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Goodbye, Seasonal Sneezes: How to Get Rid of Allergies in Minnesota

Posted on May 6, 2019Rick Welter

Sneezing Man Wants to Know How to Stop Allergies

Achoo! Sound familiar? For allergy sufferers, enjoying the beauty of the great outdoors is often compromised by sniffles and sneezes. In fact, more than 50 million people in the United States are affected by allergies, the most common of which include trees, pollen, mold, dust, cockroaches, and pet dander, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.

So, how can you prevent yourself from being plagued by pollen and other irritants throughout the year? Follow these tips to help you get rid of allergies once and for all. Read More ›

9 of the HOTtest Ways to Enjoy Minnesota in the Spring

Posted on April 5, 2019Rick Welter

Visit an Aquarium to Stay Warm in Minnesota in the Spring.

Shorts with sweatshirts, socks with sandals, sunglasses with snowsuits … only in Minnesota will you find locals dressed in outrageous combinations like these. And only because the weather around here is always unpredictable.

One day, it could be 80 degrees and a few days later, you might get hit with an epic spring snowstorm — ahem, all the more reason to make sure your HVAC system is running properly all year long. Read More ›

How to Prepare for a Minnesota Snowstorm: 7 Ways to Brace Yourself for a Blizzard

Posted on March 4, 2019Rick Welter

Ways to Prepare for a Minnesota Snowstorm.

Minnesotans pride themselves on toughing out some of the coldest, windiest, and snowiest winters in the country. Subzero temperatures and three-foot piles of snow are no match for us.

We’re experts at waking up early to start and scrape ice off of our cars, shoveling our driveways at record speed, and bundling up in all the right layers to stay warm.

Winter isn’t over yet, so here are a few tips to help you prepare for all possibilities during a Minnesota snowstorm. Read More ›

What’s Wrong With Your Furnace? [Quiz]

Man in a Winter Coat Checking the Thermostat

Noises. Smells. Cold air. There are a lot of signs that something could be wrong with your furnace.

But with so many signs of trouble, it’s often hard to tell what’s actually wrong.

We want to help clear that up for you and give you a diagnosis. Take our quick, five-question quiz below to find out what’s wrong with your furnace and how you can start getting it fixed. Read More ›

Winter Survival Guide: 6 Tips for Surviving a Minnesota Winter

Bundle Up to Survive a Minnesota Winter

Winter in Minnesota has a reputation for being long, grueling, and cold. But having lived here for over four generations, we can promise it’s not all bad. Ice, wind, and subzero temperatures aside, winter in Minnesota can be the best time of the year — if you know how to handle it.

We know what it takes to make it through a Minnesota winter and live to tell the tale. Here are six ways you can not just survive, but make the most out of this cold-weather season. Read More ›

Air Conditioning and Furnace Blog

Goodbye, Seasonal Sneezes: How to Get Rid of Allergies in Minnesota

Posted on May 6, 2019Rick Welter

Sneezing Man Wants to Know How to Stop Allergies

Achoo! Sound familiar? For allergy sufferers, enjoying the beauty of the great outdoors is often compromised by sniffles and sneezes. In fact, more than 50 million people in the United States are affected by allergies, the most common of which include trees, pollen, mold, dust, cockroaches, and pet dander, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America.

So, how can you prevent yourself from being plagued by pollen and other irritants throughout the year? Follow these tips to help you get rid of allergies once and for all. Read More ›

9 of the HOTtest Ways to Enjoy Minnesota in the Spring

Posted on April 5, 2019Rick Welter

Visit an Aquarium to Stay Warm in Minnesota in the Spring.

Shorts with sweatshirts, socks with sandals, sunglasses with snowsuits … only in Minnesota will you find locals dressed in outrageous combinations like these. And only because the weather around here is always unpredictable.

One day, it could be 80 degrees and a few days later, you might get hit with an epic spring snowstorm — ahem, all the more reason to make sure your HVAC system is running properly all year long. Read More ›

How to Prepare for a Minnesota Snowstorm: 7 Ways to Brace Yourself for a Blizzard

Posted on March 4, 2019Rick Welter

Ways to Prepare for a Minnesota Snowstorm.

Minnesotans pride themselves on toughing out some of the coldest, windiest, and snowiest winters in the country. Subzero temperatures and three-foot piles of snow are no match for us.

We’re experts at waking up early to start and scrape ice off of our cars, shoveling our driveways at record speed, and bundling up in all the right layers to stay warm.

Winter isn’t over yet, so here are a few tips to help you prepare for all possibilities during a Minnesota snowstorm. Read More ›

What’s Wrong With Your Furnace? [Quiz]

Man in a Winter Coat Checking the Thermostat

Noises. Smells. Cold air. There are a lot of signs that something could be wrong with your furnace.

But with so many signs of trouble, it’s often hard to tell what’s actually wrong.

We want to help clear that up for you and give you a diagnosis. Take our quick, five-question quiz below to find out what’s wrong with your furnace and how you can start getting it fixed. Read More ›

Winter Survival Guide: 6 Tips for Surviving a Minnesota Winter

Bundle Up to Survive a Minnesota Winter

Winter in Minnesota has a reputation for being long, grueling, and cold. But having lived here for over four generations, we can promise it’s not all bad. Ice, wind, and subzero temperatures aside, winter in Minnesota can be the best time of the year — if you know how to handle it.

We know what it takes to make it through a Minnesota winter and live to tell the tale. Here are six ways you can not just survive, but make the most out of this cold-weather season. Read More ›

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