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What Providing Exceptional Heating Services in Minneapolis Means to Us

Posted on July 28, 2020Rick Welter

Heating Technician Working in Minneapolis Home

Go on and do a quick online search for heating services in Minneapolis. Here’s what you’ll find: a lot of different companies all offering the same services. It’s obvious that not all heating services are created equal, but how can you tell them apart? How can you know which choice is the best choice for you, your home, and your family?

Some companies just “get the job done” while others “go above and beyond.” At Welter Heating, we believe we’re one of the few heating services providers in the Twin Cities that go above and beyond to provide truly memorable, exceptional service. 

We’re not the type to state our beliefs without backing them up, though! Here’s what exceptional heating services means to us: Read More ›

The Best Places to Dine Outdoors in the Twin Cities

Posted on July 14, 2020Rick Welter

Minneapolis Skyline During Summer

There’s nothing quite like summer in the Twin Cities. The air is warm, the lakes are sparkling, the trees wave in the breeze, and birds chirp away on every street-corner. 

Because the community is filled with people who know that winter chill is never too far away, Minnesota residents never waste potential time in the sun. We go to the beaches, ride our bikes, and enjoy the plethora of local parks and wildlife. We also flock to our favorite restaurants so we can take advantage of two of our favorite things: sun and food.

But where are the best places to dine outdoors? And who’s open for business during these strange times? We’ll answer both of these questions today. If you’re interested in supporting local businesses while enjoying the great outdoors, here’s our list of our favorite outdoor dining options in the Twin Cities. And, just in case you were wondering: they all re-opened for service on June 1, 2020.  Read More ›

How to Clean & Remove Mold From Your Home

Posted on June 23, 2020Rick Welter

Common Suburban Home - Grey With White Trim

Mold is no joke. Studies have found that each year mold ends up destroying more wood than all fire and termite damage combined. Not to mention the troubles it can cause for people’s health, especially those with pre-existing conditions like asthma. 

But what can – and what should – the average homeowner do about it? 

First, make sure you know the signs of an infestation. Second, make sure you know what to do if they have one. Today’s post will help answer both of those questions. Read More ›

Buying a Home? 4 Reasons You Need to Inspect the HVAC

Posted on June 9, 2020Rick Welter

Man Inspecting His Home’s Ductwork

Summertime is here. With it comes ice cream cones, endless sunshine, and a marked increase in the percentage of people looking to buy and sell their homes. 

There’s no denying that buying a home is a complicated process. There are papers to sign, plans to make, boxes to pack, loans to acquire, and so on and so forth. That’s not all, either. There are school districts to consider, nearby shops to map out, and, of course… inspections. Inspections are arguably one of the most important parts of the home buying process since they make sure the home you’re buying is safe for your family to live in.  Read More ›

How to Run a Successful Family-Owned Business for Over 100 Years

Posted on May 27, 2020Rick Welter

Rick and Ray Welter Stand in Front of Welter Heating

It’s rare that a business lasts over 100 years. 

It’s even more rare when that same business is family owned and ran. 

We are proud to be one of those businesses. We’re also grateful for the chance to have lived and worked in the Twin Cities for over a century. That’s four whole generations (and counting!). For a familiar point of reference, that means Welter Heating began serving Twin Cities residents 44 years before Byerlys first bagged groceries and 80 years before Caribou Coffee served its first cup of coffee. Read More ›

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What Providing Exceptional Heating Services in Minneapolis Means to Us

Posted on July 28, 2020Rick Welter

Heating Technician Working in Minneapolis Home

Go on and do a quick online search for heating services in Minneapolis. Here’s what you’ll find: a lot of different companies all offering the same services. It’s obvious that not all heating services are created equal, but how can you tell them apart? How can you know which choice is the best choice for you, your home, and your family?

Some companies just “get the job done” while others “go above and beyond.” At Welter Heating, we believe we’re one of the few heating services providers in the Twin Cities that go above and beyond to provide truly memorable, exceptional service. 

We’re not the type to state our beliefs without backing them up, though! Here’s what exceptional heating services means to us: Read More ›

The Best Places to Dine Outdoors in the Twin Cities

Posted on July 14, 2020Rick Welter

Minneapolis Skyline During Summer

There’s nothing quite like summer in the Twin Cities. The air is warm, the lakes are sparkling, the trees wave in the breeze, and birds chirp away on every street-corner. 

Because the community is filled with people who know that winter chill is never too far away, Minnesota residents never waste potential time in the sun. We go to the beaches, ride our bikes, and enjoy the plethora of local parks and wildlife. We also flock to our favorite restaurants so we can take advantage of two of our favorite things: sun and food.

But where are the best places to dine outdoors? And who’s open for business during these strange times? We’ll answer both of these questions today. If you’re interested in supporting local businesses while enjoying the great outdoors, here’s our list of our favorite outdoor dining options in the Twin Cities. And, just in case you were wondering: they all re-opened for service on June 1, 2020.  Read More ›

How to Clean & Remove Mold From Your Home

Posted on June 23, 2020Rick Welter

Common Suburban Home - Grey With White Trim

Mold is no joke. Studies have found that each year mold ends up destroying more wood than all fire and termite damage combined. Not to mention the troubles it can cause for people’s health, especially those with pre-existing conditions like asthma. 

But what can – and what should – the average homeowner do about it? 

First, make sure you know the signs of an infestation. Second, make sure you know what to do if they have one. Today’s post will help answer both of those questions. Read More ›

Buying a Home? 4 Reasons You Need to Inspect the HVAC

Posted on June 9, 2020Rick Welter

Man Inspecting His Home’s Ductwork

Summertime is here. With it comes ice cream cones, endless sunshine, and a marked increase in the percentage of people looking to buy and sell their homes. 

There’s no denying that buying a home is a complicated process. There are papers to sign, plans to make, boxes to pack, loans to acquire, and so on and so forth. That’s not all, either. There are school districts to consider, nearby shops to map out, and, of course… inspections. Inspections are arguably one of the most important parts of the home buying process since they make sure the home you’re buying is safe for your family to live in.  Read More ›

How to Run a Successful Family-Owned Business for Over 100 Years

Posted on May 27, 2020Rick Welter

Rick and Ray Welter Stand in Front of Welter Heating

It’s rare that a business lasts over 100 years. 

It’s even more rare when that same business is family owned and ran. 

We are proud to be one of those businesses. We’re also grateful for the chance to have lived and worked in the Twin Cities for over a century. That’s four whole generations (and counting!). For a familiar point of reference, that means Welter Heating began serving Twin Cities residents 44 years before Byerlys first bagged groceries and 80 years before Caribou Coffee served its first cup of coffee. Read More ›

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