Best Furnace Installation Service in Minneapolis, MN

Maintaining Your Furnace Keeps Your Family Safe

Furnace InstallationAt Northern’s One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning, we can handle all of your furnace services, from installation and maintenance to repair. Our team of heating specialists are available for emergency heating services 24 hours per day, 7 days per week and will respond within the hour to your call.

New Furnace Installation or Replacements

Our heating and AC experts are always striving for 100% customer satisfaction and professional excellence in each and every installation and service they do. If you need us to set up your new furnace and walk you through how everything works or if you need your old furnace repaired or replaced, you’ll find that our service team will not only be at your residence on-time, but they’ll provide you with outstanding results.

Furnace Repair

If you notice any cracks or rusting within your furnace, it’s definitely time to get it looked at.  Although most furnaces are perfectly safe, good maintenance is the key to preventing carbon monoxide leaks from old furnaces.  Our team of certified technicians can test your furnace for leaks and other issues and repair them right away.

Furnace Installation Cost

If your furnace is failing, you should notice immediately. After enough repairs, you may just need a new unit. Without proper installation, however, your new high-efficiency model may still break down and require repairs. Don’t settle for anything but the best in furnace installation; trust only Northern’s One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating.

When it comes to an installation, everyone wants to know about cost. We know that you need to budget, and we aim to simplify the process. Before we begin, our technicians will provide a full quote. This quote includes materials and labor. You’ll know the approximate cost of the job before we start any work. We’ve built our company on providing affordable services – from installations to repairs.

How You Know There’s A Problem With Your Furnace

  • It produces little or no heat.  With age, components do wear out.  The ignition system, the heat exchanger and blower being worn out can affect whether or not you receive any heat.
  • It has cracks. This could possibly be a sign that you have a carbon monoxide leak. Exposure at high levels can be fatal, so do not hesitate to call us for emergency furnace repair. If you experience any of the symptoms below, seek medical attention immediately.

Symptoms of Exposure to Carbon Monoxide

Depression and memory loss can happen to those exposed to low levels of carbon monoxide over a long period of time. For low to moderate levels of exposure, you may experience mild nausea, headaches, confusion and/or vertigo. If you are exposed to higher levels you may have nervous system dysfunction, heart problems, or it can even be lethal.

Always On Time or You Don’t Pay a Dime

It’s not just a slogan, it’s something we stand behind. We want to be your choice for heating and air conditioning in Minneapolis-St. Paul MN, and we want our customers to be 100% satisfied. We’re here 24 hours a day for your furnace repair, installation or maintenance service and are happy to answer any questions you may have.

Call us today at 763-412-1197 or 952-236-3391 or schedule service now.

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