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Residential

We understand you have many jobs in your daily life. Work, family, and social responsibilities consume your time. Worrying about being comfortable in your home isn’t something you need added to the list! At Cates Heating and Cooling, our purpose is bringing comfort home, and with over 400 years of combined team experience in the HVAC industry, Yes, we can fix it, and Yes, we fix that model. Our annual maintenance programs are the best way to ensure comfort, but in the case of emergency, we can always fix it in a timely and honest manner the first time.  Learn more about our residential services.

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Commercial

What’s an uncomfortable customer mean to your business? How about uncomfortable employee? The indirect and direct costs can quickly add up. With preventative maintenance, our team’s expertise will ensure the comfort of your business is not interrupted. From office buildings to medical facilities, apartment complexes to manufacturing plants, trust that our 400+ years of combined heating and cooling expertise will fix it right the first time, giving you the confidence of continuous comfort in serving your customers and employees.

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How Does an Electric Furnace Work?

There are numerous different kinds of furnaces, and they all tend to work a little differently than each other. Electric furnaces are unique machines, and Cates Heating and Cooling realizes that some people may not really understand how an electric furnace works to heat their home—especially in an area where gas furnaces are more common….

Why Is My Heater Blowing Cold Air?

When it is cold outside, the last thing you want is to be bombarded by cold air in your home. Sometimes, heaters stop functioning properly and deliver cold air instead of warm. This can be caused by a few different things, and Cates Heating and Cooling in Lenexa, Kansas, wants you to be aware of…

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Fall and winter tend to bring about dry air. As the air in your home dries out, you will notice changes, such as static electricity and dry, irritated throats. To keep your home comfortable and safe, it is important to understand humidity and how it should be set for these colder, drier months. Cates Heating…