Phone: 816-628-6711
105 W. Washington - Kearney, MO 64060
M-F: 7:30AM-5:30PM; SAT: 8:00AM-NOON; SUN: CLOSED
24 Hour Emergency Service on Heating and Cooling


Call Us: (816)628-6711

  • New Home Construction

    In any new construction, whether residential or commercial, it is very imporant to use a well experiences, qualified and efficient HVAC company.

    Pence's HVAC & Appliances has maintained our excellence in this field. Over recent years, we have been one of the leaders in the installation and design of air conditioning and heating systems for residential and commercial new construction. We work with both volume and inidividual home builders to maximize your indoor air comfort level at prices that are both cost effective in during installation and ongoing usage.

    In the last several years we installed our air conditioning and heating systems in a number of new homes. We work with the largest builders in the area but also love the personal nature of working with individual home builers. What sets us apart is our attention to the detail in your new home's air handling system.

    Whether you are building a residential or commercial building we know how important it is to maximize the comfort level of your home while keeping the system as efficient from a cost perspective as possible.
    Other companies will size your air conditioning and heating equipment by the square footage you are building. We run a load calculation for every job we do that gives us the precise size of equipment that you require to be as comfortable and efficient as possible.

    Call Bob today to discuss our new construction services with us:

  • Service Agreements

    In addition to new home construction we offer service agreements to new home owners.

    Our service agreements offer ongoing peace of mind to owners of new HVAC systems.

    Heating and cooling systems have a way of breaking down when the weather is at its worst; on the coldest day of a frigid winter, or during a sizzling summer heat wave; times when your comfort system must work the hardest, and when you need it most.
    Regular check-ups will help to maximize the life expectancy of your system; unfortunately, even the best maintenance won't prevent normal wear and tear.

Preventative Maintenance

With regular maintenance you will prevent small problems from becoming big problems and ensure optimal performance of your comfort system.
We also offer annual service agreements, which can reduce the cost of a Performance Tune-Up.

Regular maintenance will entail the following:

Performance Furnace
Tune-Up

  • Test for carbon monoxide leaks
  • Clean burner assembly
  • Clean ignition assembly
  • Clean blower motor
  • Inspect filtration system
  • Adjust blower components
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Test and adjust safety controls
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Calibrate thermostat
  • Check flue draft
  • Check combustion
  • Inspect vent piping
  • Inspect humidification system

Performance Air Conditioner
Tune-Up

  • Clean condenser coil
  • Inspect evaporator coil if accessible
  • Clean condensate drain
  • Clean blower motor
  • Inspect filtration system
  • Adjust blower components
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Inspect for refrigerant leaks
  • Test condensate pump
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Test starting capabilities
  • Measure air temperature differential
  • Monitor refrigerant pressure
  • Measure amperage and voltage

Performance Fan Coil
Tune-Up

  • Inspect evaporator coil
  • Clean blower motor
  • Inspect filtration system
  • Adjust blower components
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Test and adjust safety controls
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Calibrate thermostat
  • Inspect humidification system
  • Inspect electrical heating elements

Performance Heat Pump
Tune-Up

  • Clean condenser coil
  • Clean condensate drain
  • Check defrost controls
  • Inspect auxiliary heaters
  • Inspect filtration system
  • Lubricate moving parts as required
  • Inspect for refrigerant leaks
  • Test condensate pump
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Test starting capabilities
  • Measure air temperature differential
  • Monitor refrigerant pressure
  • Measure amperage and voltage