Temp Masters LLC Heating and Air Conditioning
Serving the residential metropolitan Kansas City Area
Johnson County Kansas
913-362-5832
We do new home construction as well as residential service and light commercial.
Thank you for visiting our site.  Hopefully you will find a few things that can help you regarding
your heating and cooling systems as well as some brief information about "Temp Masters"  We
make every effort to answers questions you have in a timely manner either by voice, fax or email.
We are trying to keep this site simple, to the point, and not clog it up with too much hoop la.  We are a
fair minded business that believes in providing excellent service in a timely manner and at a fair price.
PO Box 19549
Lenexa, KS 66285
We service all major brands and can install most including Lennox, Trane, Payne,
Home
Time for the furnace tune up before winter arrives. We are currently scheduling tune ups beginning the 15th of
September.  Schedule yours for prior to October 30th and receive a discount.  "Contact US" for more information.
Please review the information in this site and give us a call or email.  We would welcome your questions.
Notice          Want to upgrade your furnace and/or AC to a higher efficiency system, save on utility bills, and have
Uncle Sam reimburse you for
30% of the cost up to $1500.00?  This is a direct tax credit available to you until
12/31/2009.  So if your old system is about on it's last leg anyway, now is the time.  Don't miss out.  Give us a call and
we will be happy to show you how!!!!!  Here is link so you can see the credits for yourself.       
Tax Credits
Say goodbye to the standard R-22 freon ACs.
The year 2010 will be a milestone in the HVAC industry with the phase out of R-22 refrigeration. You should be are aware beginning
in 2010, the U.S. will require all residential air conditioner and heat pump manufacturers to produce systems that are in compliance
with the U.S. Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. After January 1, 2010 the law prohibits the use of R-22 in new construction, but you
can still install R-22 equipment to replace an existing R-22 system.  This assumes you can find an R-22 unit manufactured prior to
January 1, 2010 because manufacturers
can only manufacture R¬410 compliant products after January 1, 2010.