At Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning in the Minnesota area we want to keep you and your family healthy and comfortable, so let us inspect and test your home’s indoor air quality, and maintain your heating and cooling systems. We can also install new systems and repair your current system.
When you’re dealing with an emergency HVAC situation, the last thing you want to deal with is deal with a company that doesn’t show up on time or acts unprofessionally. That’s what sets Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning apart from the rest.
Whether your HVAC system has stopped working altogether, is putting out a strange smell, making strange sounds, not maintaining the temperature properly, we have your back.
There is no shortage of Minneapolis air conditioner repair companies, but we’re confident that we have the years of experience and the reputation to say, we’re one of the best. We know that you and your family are busy and can’t afford to stand around waiting for a technician to show up and lazily look at your AC problem. That’s why we take pride in scheduling a service time that works for you and we guarantee we’ll arrive on time. If it’s time for routine maintenance to be performing on your system or you think you might have a larger problem, give us a call to schedule a time from one of our trained technicians to come out to your home.
If you’re looking at heating options for your Minneapolis home or business, we know it can be overwhelming. A variety of technologies are available for heating your house. In addition to furnaces and boilers, heating options can include:
In addition, a combination of proper insulation, air sealing, and energy-efficient windows and doors will help ensure that your home is both comfortable and energy efficient for you and your family.
This is a question we get all the time at Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning. SEER is the acronym for “Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio” and it tells you as the homeowner how energy efficient your air conditioning system operates. This rating is calculated by the cooling output for a usual cooling season divided by your total electric energy input of that season. That’s why it’s called a “seasonal” energy efficiency ratio. A higher SEER rating means greater energy efficiency, therefore the lower your energy bill can potentially be. Contact us to talk about lowering your monthly energy bill by installing a more energy efficient air conditioning unit.
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