Kennies Service Team

Our phones are answered 24 hours a day by a real person. When our office is closed, we forward to an answering service that gets in touch with the “on call” Service Technician for a prompt response. At Kennies we do not charge time and material. We have a diagnostic fee for repairs. Our experienced, factory trained, and EPA certified Service Technician will arrive and diagnose the problem.
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Kennies Office Staff

The office staff at Kennies is always friendly and helpful. Whether you're are setting up a service call, installation or simply requesting a quote, the office staff here at Kennies are here to help.
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Kennies History

It all started around 1937 when Kennie Laughlin went to work for Marco Vucovich Radio (refrigeration was a side line at that time). Because it was during the depression years and money was tight, Kennie received an interest in the company in lieu of a paycheck. Marco and Kennie worked as partners in downtown Hanford until 1954 when the partnership dissolved.
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Kennies Replacement Team

When you have work done on your house, you literally have to live with the result. When the work involves your home comfort system, it takes on even more meaning. So, when the time comes to add or replace the central air conditioning and heating system of your home, allow our qualified team to create a properly sized system that will deliver the maximum amount of airflow.
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Kennies New Construction Team

Our New Construction division works with area builders to plan, design, and build energy efficient comfort systems. We offer design services, installation, air testing and balance, efficiency options, zoning options, warranty options and filtration options for new homes.
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How to Save Money on Unnecessary Service Calls

No heat checklist

  1. Nothing works:
    • Make sure that the thermostat is turned to the heat position.
    • Make sure that the furnace has power by checking that the furnace switch is on or check by the furnace for power.
    • Check circuit breaker or fuse.
  2. Burners won’t ignite:
    • Check if pilot is lit.  If the unit has a spark or glow rod, is it broken?
    • Make sure the furnace has gas.
  3. Pilot’s lit, blower does not work:
    • Does the fan run if put in the fan on position at the thermostat?  If not, check and see that the switch on or by the furnace is turned on.
    • Make sure the blower door is on correctly.
    • If you recently changed the filter, make sure the filter is in right and not bumping the blower door.
    • If the unit has a belt, check to see if the belt is broken or has fallen off of one of the pulleys.  Check to see if anything is wrapped up on the blower wheel (i.e. hair; string; etc.)
  4. Insufficient heat:
    • Check furnace filter or Electronic air cleaner, if dirty, clean or replace as needed.  Furnace may need to be cleaned and burners adjusted.
  5. Insufficient air flow:
    • Are you changing your filter regularly? Make sure the filter is clean and installed properly.
    • Make sure interior doors are not closed.  If doors are kept closed, it will restrict proper air flow.  Without the doors being open, additional air cannot flow through the rooms as designed.
    • Is the belt loose on the blower wheel or motor pulleys?
  6. Not heating, but everything working:
    • Call Kennies for service 559-584-3916

No cooling checklist

  1. Nothing works:
    • Check thermostat is turned on to the cooling position.  Check for power at the outlet.
    • Check the switch on or by the furnace.
    • Make sure the blower door is on correctly.
    • If you recently changed the furnace filter, make sure it is in right and not bumping the blower door.
  2. Outside unit not working on split systems:
    • Reset the circuit breaker or fuse and check the disconnect.
    • Sometimes in hot weather the electric supply can vary, which can interrupt power to the condenser.
    • Even if the blower motor in the furnace is running, you can still have a tripped breaker or blown fuse on the outdoor unit, - they are usually on separate supplies.
  3. Unit is blowing warm air:
    • Check your utility company’s website (SCE or PG&E) to see if they are cycling the air conditioners on the energy saving plans.  With units that are on this plan, there is a box with a light that is flashing when being cycled.  Units should begin working properly again within a few hours.
    • Check and see if the outside unit is running.  If no, follow No Cooling step 2 above.
    • If outside unit is running, call Kennies for service 559-584-3916
  4. Insufficient cooling:
    • Make sure the furnace blower motor is running.  If no, follow No Cooling step 1 above.
    • Check the furnace filter or Electronic Air cleaner, -if dirty, clean or replace it.
    • You should replace the disposable filters or clean the non-disposable filters once a month.  Even filters labeled “90 day filters” need to be monitored monthly.
    • The outside unit may need cleaning.
  5. Insufficient air flow:
    • Are you changing your filters regularly?  Check to see if the filters are clean and installed properly.
    • Make sure interior doors are not closed.  If doors are kept closed, it will restrict proper air flow. Without the door being open, additional air cannot flow through the rooms as designed.
  6. Not cooling, but everything working:
    • Call Kennies for service 559-584-3916

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Address:
7767 Hanford-Armona Road
PO Box 1168
Hanford, California 93232
Phone:
559-584-3916
Toll-Free:
1-888-WE DO AIR (933-6247)
Fax:
559-584-3983
E-mail:
kennies@sti.net
Office Hours:
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.