Kansas City Clean Air
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Kansas City Clean Air

Kansas City Clean Air

Kansas City Clean Air is your complete indoor air quality service company in Kansas City. We provide professional duct cleaning, air purification, mold remediation and more. Contact us to schedule a consultation.

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Bob S.

Review of Bone Dry Roofing by

· Villa Ridge

We were very pleased with the tuckpointing we had done with Bone Dry Roofing. From the estimate until the finished project, they were polite and professional. Scott, who did the actual tuckpointing, kept the area clean and took us around and showed us the work he had done and asked if we had any q... more

Phillip H.

Review of Zipco by

· Kansas City

I had a very poor experience. They did not have any follow-up. There did not seem to be any management. People just kept showing up. The punchlist was completed in 45 days.

Helen S.

Review of DHI Roofing by

· Kansas City

Brian was very dependable, he responded promptly and was very professional. When Brian could be at the job he sent Johnathan who was just as dependable. It was a job well done. I was very pleased.

Daniel K.

Review of Kohler Bathroom Design Service by

· Omaha

Working with Kohler Bathroom Design Service is an easy and cost effective way to take all of the concepts, notes, measurements and pictures that represent our ideas for remodeling and transform them into more practical, actionable forms. In our case, we've discovered that walking through the process... more

I have cracks in my basement concrete. What type of expert can tell me if the problem is serious? How do I find someone who can give me an unbiased appraisal?
Nov 19, 2015
All concrete has cracks. The difference is if it leaking or getting worse. Call the local wterproofing or mudd jacking contractor for a site visit.
Is it normal for new gutters to "snap" as they cool down in the evening?
It is tough to say allthough tt can be normal assuming the gutters/fascia are metal and in an area of the home that receives direct sunlight (enough to cause expansion and contraction).  IMO

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Kansas City Clean Air

115 SE Green Street,
Lee's Summit, MO
https://kansascitycleanair.com (816) 349-5017