COrnelius HVAC – Kansas City, Missouri’s Professional Heating and Cooling Service
Cornelius HVAC can assess and make recommendations for your heating and cooling needs. We can work witin any budget.
We provide the following services to residents of Kansas City, Missouri and its greater metropolitan area:
Free Inspection and Estimate
Furnace Repair or Replacement
Air Conditioner Repair or Replacement
Water Heater Installation
Custom Duct Work Fabrication
Cornelius your HVAC Professionals
Not all heating and cooling experts have the credentials to deliver the caliber of service you need to protect your family and home. With Cornelius HVAC, you can have confidence knowing you’ve trusted a professional HVAC service. All of Cornelius HVAC technicians are certified to work with all major brands and have the know-how to provide expert and courteous service. Our technicians continuously expand upon their education to keep them up-to-date on the heating and cooling systems of both older and newer homes. Our dedication to your safety paired with our expertise is what has kept us in business since 1993.
Kansas City, Missouri
Kansas City, Missouri was founded in 1830 as a port on the Missouri River. The majestic rivers, limestone cliffs and bluffs, and the remainders of the primordial glaciers are the perfect backdrop to the modern progressive city that is now the largest municipality in Missouri.
People, Places & Things
Walt Disney. As a youth, Walt Disney lived in Kansas City and had a delivery route for The Kansas City Star. Disney’s love of art developed during his time in KC, and he took classes at the Kansas City Art Institute.
Casey Stengel. Stengel (1890-1975) was born in Kansas City, and was a legendary manager in the American Major Baseball League. Stengel was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1966 and was known for his winning teams as well as his comical antics on the field. Prior to pursuing his love of baseball, Stengel was a dentist in Kansas City.
National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial. This unique memorial to the historic significance, courage, and patriotism of those who fought in WWI draws visitors to the museum from all over the world. The museum honors, preserves, and retells the events of WWI through first-hand accounts in film, objects, and testimonials. The Museum is a living history lesson, a badge of honor to its soldiers, and an emblem of our freedom.
Swope Park. Is one of the largest parks in the U.S.; it is twice the size of New York City’s Central Park. Inside the park, there lie some of the most popular attractions in KC. The Starlight Theatre, a KC favorite since the 1950’s, offers concerts, Broadway shows, and a Walk of Stars. The Park also boasts picnic areas, sports fields, a golf course, and a swimming pool. Writer Robert A. Heinlein also referred to Swope Park in many of his famous books.
Russell Stover Candies. Russell Stover is the largest manufacturer of boxed chocolates in the U.S. The family-owned company moved its headquarters from Denver to Kansas City in 1932.