During the cooling season, you cannot afford to be without an efficient, high-performance air conditioning system. Air conditioners cannot operate effectively if they are not installed and handled with care. The friendly folks over at MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling take great pride in making sure your new or existing system is in top shape, so we’re the number to call for any and all air conditioning services in Overland Park, Lenexa, Olathe, Shawnee, and Kansas City, MO.
When one of our trained and certified technicians visits your home, you can count on a job well done, whether it’s for repairs, maintenance, installation, or any of our optional upgrades. MVP Air Conditioning, Heating & Electric provides comprehensive air conditioning services in Kansas City, MO, and the surrounding areas. Contact our team today to schedule a consultation.
Our team of trained experts takes the time to make sure that every facet of your air conditioner is working in top shape before we leave your home. You can depend on a job well done when you call our skilled team today to take advantage of any of the professional AC services we offer. We specialize in:
To find the right air conditioner for your home, you must, of course, take into account your own particular situation. If you don’t have any ducts in the home, for example, you’ll need a ductless system. If you’re trying to save money from month to month, we recommend an air conditioner with a high-efficiency rating. However, the only way to ensure you’ve found the best model is if you schedule installation with a professional who can assess your home and your needs to help you find the ultimate cooling system.
Even though there are many different types of cooling systems available on the market, central air units remain king. Central cooling systems that blow cool air through the ducts are the most common type of units because most homeowners have ducts installed already, and not to mention that today’s models have greatly advanced efficiency. However, there are plenty of other options available that you may want to consider, and our team of technicians are here to help find the unit that is best suited to your needs and your budget.
Finding a quality air conditioning system is key to ensuring your system runs effectively and efficiently through the years, and choosing the right contractor to install it for the job is just as important. Our technicians take their time to make sure that the new unit is the right size for your home, as this is of priority when determining whether a new air conditioner will last for years to come.
Not sure whether you need a few repairs or a complete AC replacement? Call one of our technicians to evaluate your system. We’ll give you an honest evaluation of your older system so that you can make an informed decision.
Ductless Air Conditioning – You may think that any whole-home air conditioning system involves a set of ducts for air delivery, but this isn’t always the case. Ductless air conditioning involves the use of individual indoor air handler units which also help to break up the home into different temperature zones, keeping everyone inside more comfortable without the need for ducts.
Heat Pumps – A heat pump is an air conditioning and heating system all rolled into one. It uses air conditioning technology to remove heat from the home but reverses in the colder months to bring heat into a home. Many homeowners prefer to use these units year-round as they are remarkably efficient in our area.
WiFi and Smart Thermostats – The thermostat is the primary portion of your air conditioning system with which you interact, so why not upgrade to a model that gives you greater control over your system? A new wireless, digital, or smart thermostat can help you to save money over time while keeping your home at an ideal temperature.
Zone Control System – Why keep the entire home at a single temperature when every person in your home has different needs and preferences? With a zone control system, you can control each room or zone of the house independently of the other areas with separate thermostats. Call the team at MVP Electric, Heating & Cooling today to learn more.