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Contractors by City: Lawrence, Olathe, Wichita
Kansas is one of the most productive agricultural states in the country, leading the nation in wheat and sunflower production. It also produces sorghum, soybeans, cotton, corn, and many other crops. It's also known for its commercial and private aircraft production and mining. Kansas averages from the mid-30s to low-40s during the winter. In the summer months, the average temperature is in the low 90s.
HVAC contractors aren't licensed by the state of Kansas. Only asbestos abatement and water-well drilling contractors are licensed. You should, however, check with your local town hall or city government to see if they have licensing requirements before installing a new heating or cooling system. (Many towns will require a permit and the payment of a modest fee.)
If you have a problem with your contractor, contact the Kansas Attorney General's office. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is also a great resource -- before hiring a contractor, check with your local BBB to see if any complaints have been filed against her. If you have a problem, talk with the folks at the BBB to see if they can help. There are 3 different Better Business Bureaus serving Kansas.
If you're having trouble paying your heating bills, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has programs to help renters and homeowners make those payments.