Welcome to Aerotek Heating & Cooling
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Minnesota's Heating & Cooling INDOOR AIR
Aerotek Heating, Air Conditioning, and Duct Cleaning Services has been servicing Minnesota and Wisconsin
for many years now. As a new customer, we would like to inform you what our company has to offer.
We are a full service company that strives for customer satisfaction.
We offer both Residential and Commercial Heating and Cooling. We are a licensed company that offers Installation, Service, and Maintenance Cleanings. Our staff is available to our customers 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Each of our technicians are EPA Certified and up to date on all the latest mechanical technologies, which keeps our company ahead of the curve. We do this to bring our customers the best possible indoor climate control and air quality available.
Starting with our professional office staff all the way to our experienced service
technicians, you will have no doubt that you have made the right decision
choosing Aerotek Heating & Air Conditioning.
We offer complimentary proposals on installation of new equipment. We are very competitive in our pricing, and offer a variety of different brands and models to fit your budget. We offer Installations for Forced Air Gas Furnaces, Central Air Conditioning Systems, Hot Water Boilers, Hot Water Heaters, Heat Pumps, Air Exchangers, Humidifiers, and various forms of electric heat.
We service all manufacturers of all HVAC equipment. Our technicians do so in a professional and timely manner. You will be informed and involved throughout the repair process.
Our maintenance technicians specialize in full house Air Duct Cleanings, Furnace Tune-ups, Central Air Tune-ups, Boiler and Water Heater Tune-ups, Dryer and Vent Cleanings, and more. The EPA suggests you have a Tune-up once a year and a Duct Cleaning at least every two years
INDOOR AIR QUALITY HAS BECOME CRITICAL!
For years Americans have thought of air pollution solely as an outdoor problem. However, a recent study at Yale University has revealed that the air inside of 19 out of 20 homes was considerably more polluted than the outside air. The major cause of indoor air pollution is the dust, dirt, and moisture that accumulate within a home’s air conditioning system and duct work. The moisture and debris commonly found in the HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning) systems provides an ideal breeding ground for harmful microbes. Microbial contamination poses a major health risk to people who suffer from allergies, asthma, and other respiratory ailments, as well as those who do not. The American Lung Association and the E.P.A. say that dust particles and other allergens can aggravate allergies and cause breathing problems, lung damage, and pain, especially in the very young and the elderly. Typical symptoms are fatigue, runny nose, nasal congestion, headaches, chills, fever, coughing, and wheezing.