Air conditioner troubles in the middle of a Minnesota summer is something no one wants to deal with.
So you’re thinking of adding central air conditioning to your home.
Customers often ask us which air conditioning system is best for the unique Minnesota climate: a single-stage or two-stage.
First of all, in a perfect world, your air conditioner should never need more refrigerant. Refrigerant isn’t used up like gas in a car...
The cost of replacing a central air conditioner in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area can range anywhere from $3,700 to $12,000+.
Does it seem like no matter how much you dust, sweep and vacuum the dust is all back in no time?
Today, there is a high cost of heating and cooling your home. You can harness the greatest savings through energy efficient practices, keeping your space warmer in the summer and cooler in the winter when you are sleeping or away from home and then resetting the temperature to a comfortable level when you return. In short: replace thermostat.