November 15th, 2018
Kevin Lane Pendleton passed away unexpectedly on November 13, 2018.
Kevin was born on December 23, 1965 to Ron and Darlene Pendleton (nee Mitchell). Kevin is survived by his wife of 30 years, Kelley Pendleton (nee Handley); loving father of Lane (Maggie), Ryan, Madison Pendleton and his faithful companion Casper; dear brother of Lance (Carren) and Curtis and loving uncle of Amber, Taylor and Brooke Pendleton. Kevin is also survived by his in-laws, Jerry Handley and Mary Maassen and his grandmother Margaret Maassen. Kevin was a dear brother-in-law, uncle, cousin and friend to many.
Kevin impacted many lives through work and friendships, as he was always putting others needs first over his own. Kevin loved the Lord and instilled that faith in his home and children. Kevin greatly enjoyed hunting and being surrounded by nature. Kevin was very generous, hardworking and could fix anything. Kevin loved spending time with his family and could always be found outside barbecuing. Kevin had a true talent in drawing and woodworking and could create anything with his hands.
It’s hard to summarize anyone’s lives into a few short words but for Kevin that would be hardworking, compassionate, loving, and committed to say a few. Kevin will leave behind a huge void due to the impact he has had on so many. Rest In Peace dear husband, father, brother, friend and loved one.
The family will receive friends from 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm on Friday, November 16, 2018 at First Baptist Church St. Charles, 2701 Muegge Rd, St Charles, MO 63303. The family will also receive friends at the church on Saturday, November 17 at 9:00 am until the time of services at 10:00 am. Interment will be at St. Charles Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations have been suggested to the Missouri Department of Conservation or to Missions at First Baptist Church St. Charles.
May 27th, 2019
The truth of the matter is that most—meaning almost all—of your air conditioning services in Chesterfield, MO, absolutely must be completed by skilled and experienced professionals. This doesn’t mean that there is nothing you can do yourself to help your air conditioner succeed, though. In fact, one of the best things that you can do for your air conditioner also happens to be one of the simplest.
What are we talking about? Tune in next week for the exciting con—no, just kidding. It’s changing your air filter. Do tune in to the rest of this blog post, though. We’ll be covering precisely what the benefits of a clean air filter are for your air conditioner, and we think you’ll be sold on it by the end. These filters are cheap and readily available, so there’s no excuse for leaving a dirty one in your AC throughout the cooling season.
May 13th, 2019
We’re not here to tell you how you should cool your home. We are here, however, to help you understand your options when it comes to the different ways in which you may choose to cool your home. There are a lot of different systems available to homeowners today. In fact, there are so many systems that it can be difficult to figure out which one is the best choice for your home and needs.
One option that we definitely recommend you consider is the ductless mini split. Ductless air conditioning in Chesterfield, MO, has really gained popularity over the years. After reading this post, we’re sure that you’ll see why. If you have any questions or if you are ready to schedule professional air conditioning services, then ours is the number to call. First, though, let’s get you more acquainted with the benefits that going ductless has to offer.
April 29th, 2019
There are very few certainties in life. Many of the certainties that we do have are not all that positive in nature. Point in case—that you’ll eventually need air conditioning repairs. There is simply no such thing as an air conditioner that is never going to require professional repairs. That being said, there are plenty of ways in which you can help to keep the need for such repairs to a bare minimum. We can help you out with that.
Keep today’s post in mind as the cooling season progresses, and be sure to schedule any and all air conditioning services in Ballwin, MO, with our team. You can always count on us to get the job done right, whatever that job may be. The fact of the matter is that it is just too hot for too long to take any chances with your home cooling system. And now, let’s get on to those tips that we promised you.
April 15th, 2019
If there’s one thing you can count on in our area, it’s hot and humid summer weather. That means there’s another thing you really need to be able to count on—your air conditioning system. Sometimes, though, being able to cool your home effectively just isn’t enough. What’s that mean? Well, consider this scenario—you’re cooling your home effectively, but it’s costing you an arm and a leg! If that’s the case in your home, then you may need air conditioning repair in O’Fallon, MO.
Of course, as is the case with so many air conditioning issues, there are many potential causes of the problem. The key to getting your AC back on track is to diagnose the actual problem accurately the first time. Then, you can address the right problem in the right away. Now, most of these problems are going to require the type of service that only trained professionals can offer. But, not all! Read on to learn about why your AC may be costing too much to cool.
April 1st, 2019
Winters aren’t all that extreme in our part of the country, but we’re sure that you’re ready to see it gone regardless. April is here now, and that means that we’re ready to ease back into the cooling season. And you know what that means—it’s time to get your air conditioning system back in fighting shape! No, the fact that your system was working fine at the end of the previous cooling season does not mean that your system is going to jump right back into the swing of things.
If you are serious about getting the most from your home cooling system, and we assume that you are considering how hot and humid things can get around here, then you need to put in a bit of effort. Fortunately, we really do mean just a bit. It’s as simple as working with the trained professionals on our team, and you’re already reading this, after all. So here are some tips about how you can prep your air conditioner in Chesterfield for summer successfully.
March 18th, 2019
We’re moving out of the heating season, and you may be tempted to put your heater out of your mind entirely at this point. We want to advise you to do otherwise, though. Why? Because there is at least one serious question that you should still explore relating to your heater, even if you’re past the point of relying on it much this heating season. That question is whether or not your heater should be kept in the game any longer.
We understand that you may be hesitant to think about replacing your heater in Chesterfield, MO, right now. You probably want to divert your attention to your air conditioning system, which you’ll be relying on pretty heavily in the coming months. The fact is, however, that now is the perfect time to make such considerations. You don’t want to wait until you actually need your heater again before you accept that, yes, its time has passed, after all. Consider the following.
March 4th, 2019
While there are a lot of areas in the country where heaters are more heavily used than they are around here, you still need to know for sure that your heater will be there for you when you need it. Of course, that means more than just having a heater that functions effectively or reliably. It also means having a heater that functions safely. If yours isn’t, then you need immediate heating repair in St. Charles, MO.
We are going to be talking about gas furnaces specifically today, but we want to make clear that there is nothing inherently dangerous about natural gas furnaces. Modern systems, when installed, maintained, and repaired properly, can keep homeowners comfortable for years and years without issue. Still, there are some situations that can develop and which you should be aware of. So read on, and remember that our team is here for you when you need gas furnace services of any kind.
February 18th, 2019
Because our winters are relatively mild in this part of the country, the heat pump is a great option to consider for year round comfort. These systems work just like central air conditioners in the summer, evaporating refrigerant indoors to remove heat from the air in the house and then condensing that refrigerant outdoors in order to release it into the air outside. In the winter, however, that process is reversed and heat from the air outside is absorbed, the refrigerant is then compressed, and it is condensed indoors to heat the house very efficiently.
Like any other residential HVAC system, of course, heat pumps are subject to occasional operational problems. And, like most other HVAC system problems, issues with your heat pump may not always be what they seem. If you see ice on your heat pump, then you certainly may need to contact a professional HVAC contractor in Wildwood. Sometimes, though, that ice is actually to be expected. Let’s take a closer look at the issue, and remember that we can answer any questions that you may have.
February 4th, 2019
You might think that we are going to pull something of a bait and switch and tell you that there are no heating services that you can handle on your own. Well, we’ll admit that we’re going to focus a lot on those services you cannot handle and, more importantly, why you need to hire a pro. However, we’ll also be looking at some steps that you can take on your own in servicing your own heater.
It may not be that extensive of a list, but they are tasks that you should be aware of. As always, we encourage you to reach out to a trained professional if you are uncertain about any HVAC services in O’Fallon. Even if it is technically something DIY appropriate, you still don’t ever want to bite off more than you can chew. Different homeowners will have different comfort levels in terms of what they’re willing to take on. Here are a few tips to keep in mind.
January 21st, 2019
Furnaces, like any other whole-house heating system, need to be sized, installed, and serviced by trained professionals. They are complex in that regard, but they’re also pretty straightforward in terms of actual operation. Basically, they generate heat, they use that heat to warm up air, and then they force that air throughout the house via ductwork in your home. See? Simple. You know what is even simpler, though?
Recognizing that a furnace that is blowing cool air is not a furnace that is functioning properly!
If your furnace seems to be struggling to distribute sufficiently warm air throughout your home, especially if it used to do so without trouble, then you want to get in touch with a member of our team right away. Chances are that you’ll need professional furnace repair in O’Fallon, MO, and we’re the pros that you’ll want on the case. Remember, cool air coming from a furnace can have a number of different potential causes.