Furnace & Air Conditioning Repair Services in Minneapolis, MN


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Preventive Maintenance

Our homes are worth nearly 10 times as much as our cars. We know that things like checking the oil and having regular tune-ups are just a fact of life when it comes to the car, but many people neglect the Heating & Cooling systems in their homes.

Remember that Preventive Maintenance is required as recommended in the furnace and AC owner’s guide to ensure proper performance of the equipment.

Repairs that are required due to lack of routine maintenance are not covered by many Warranty Agreements. Annual tune-ups also keep your Heating & Cooling systems running efficiently and help prevent unexpected break-downs during the hot and cold seasons.

Trusted service department. Technically skilled and great with customer service.

When there is an issue with your home’s heating, cooling, water heaters, water softeners or indoor air quality it’s important to get it fixed properly and efficiently. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our technicians will provide you with perfect 10 service. We are striving to WOW you with our customer service and technical ability. The total package.

If your heating or cooling is broken, we can fix it. We are a flat rate company. You will know the pricing up front. No surprises later.

Trouble Shooting Tips
I have no cooling:

1) You may have a tripped circuit breaker.
Check your home circuit breaker box and reset circuit breaker.

2) Your thermostat/control may be off or set incorrectly.
Check to make sure your thermostat/control is on and set to cool. Reset to your desired temperature.

3) Your indoor unit is running but the outdoor unit is not.
Air coming through your vent will be warm. Check temperature setting on thermostat/control. If no change, give us a call. In the meantime, try turning off your thermostat/control for 1 to 3 hours to see if it will reset itself.

I have no heat:

1) Your gas could be turned off.
Check gas valve at gas company meter, check shutoff valve at furnace and check for other shutoff valves. Contact the gas company to have gas valve turned on or give us a call.

2) Your system could be turned off or your unit unplugged.
Check your thermostat and heating unit to assure that they are both plugged in. Refer to your use and care guide or call us.

3) Your thermostat may be off or set incorrectly.
Make sure your thermostat is on and set to heat. If thermostat is on, reset thermostat to your desired temperature.

4) You may have a tripped circuit breaker.
Check your home circuit breaker box and reset circuit breaker.

I have no airflow:

1) You may have dirty filters.
Check the filters in each of your system’s components. Clean or replace filters as recommended in your use and care guide. If problem persists, please give us a call.

2) Your system may have frozen up due to a dirty coil.
Check for signs of water below unit and cold exterior surface of indoor coil enclosure. If that doesn’t work, call us. In the meantime, try turning your thermostat off for 1 to 3 hours to see if it will defrost.

My utility bill is unusually high:

1) If your system is reaching its set point, is it working correctly? Have your local temperatures been extreme lately?
Check the following: Is your system cycling constantly? Is your thermostat reaching its set value? Do you have any new appliances (e.g., a hot tub or pool heater) that use lots of power? Have you checked to see if your local utility company had a recent rate increase? If your system is not reaching its set point, please call us.