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Plumbing, Air Conditioning, and Heating in Anoka, MN by Air Mechanical, Inc.
When you call a service technician to your home, you expect them to show up on time with all of the right supplies for the job. With Air Mechanical, Inc., you get all this and more. Your technicians will show up with all of the right tools, keeping the area around them clean and making sure you know what steps they are taking. If anything unexpected comes up, they’ll let you know about this as well. You’ll have the finest equipment serviced by experts in their fields. What could be better?
Air Mechanical, Inc. provides a full range of services for plumbing, air conditioning, and heating systems in Anoka, MN. Call today to set up an appointment with one of our technicians.
When Do I Have to Call a Plumber
There are very few plumbing jobs you should attempt to do on your own if you don’t have the proper training and experience. Repairing a water heater could be dangerous, and leaving pipes and drains poorly sealed could wreak havoc in your home. Your best bet for your plumbing system’s longevity and performance is to make sure you have professionals dealing with your pipes and appliances only. Call us for drain cleaning, water heater installation, water testing, toilet and sink services, and more.
Your Whole–House Water Treatment Options
You can get a water softener if hard water leaves residue behind on your faucets, drains, dishes, and laundry—a sign that the inside of your pipes may be full of scaling that restricts water flow and shortens their lifespans. Standard whole–home filters and reverse osmosis systems are also options for water treatment. Schedule water testing with our professionals to find out which option is right for you.
Our Drain Cleaning Tools and Materials
When we show up for a drain cleaning job in Anoka, MN, we bring all of the tools at our disposal. We bring a selection of drain augers and snakes, as well as video camera inspection equipment to assess the problem. We also bring highly effective Bio–Clean drain treatment, a bacterial solution that eats away at all of those organic materials clogging your drains and causes no damage to the pipes.
Tank and Tankless Water Heaters for Anoka Residents
Our plumbers are happy to explain all of your options in order to help you decide between cost–effective tank water heaters and efficient tankless options. Tankless water heaters use an on–demand type system to heat up the water only as needed, cutting back on energy use. Tank water heaters are very effective, however, and natural gas models do not cost exorbitant amounts to run from month to month.
What’s Inside Your Air Conditioning System?
Your air conditioner has a blower fan, motors, contactors, refrigerant, and many other electrical and mechanical components that are tough to understand if you don’t have any training in the HVAC industry. Your air conditioner is complex, which is why you should call our professional technicians any time you need installation or service in Anoka, MN. You should also call for regular maintenance service in the spring, so that your air conditioner stays in excellent condition.
Ready to Schedule AC Repair?
You’ve gone too long in an uncomfortable home, or with a cooling system that makes noises and works unreliable. The longer you wait to schedule AC repair, the worse the problem can get. Call our technicians for a diagnosis and repair of the system you rely on to get you through the summer. We have the tools and experience to repair central AC systems of all kinds.
What Type of Heating System Do You Have?
It’s very likely that you have a furnace, a system that uses natural gas and electronic ignition to ignite the burners and heat a heat exchanger, which is what transfers the heat to your home when the air passes by. If you don’t have a furnace but your system does use the ductwork, it might be a heat pump, which simply moves heat from the air outside to the inside. Or if you have radiators or baseboard heating, the heat may come from hot water in a boiler tank.
How Your Furnace Heats the Air
Your furnace is responsible for keeping you warm on the coldest of nights, using the air duct system to move warm air throughout your Anoka home. First, a blower fan sucks in the air from your home and sends it past a heat exchanger. The heat exchanger heats when the combustion process ignites natural gas. For more information about how your furnace works, or to schedule service, give us a call.
Geothermal Heating and Cooling for Anoka, MN Residents
If geothermal heating and cooling is something you’ve considered for a while, we can give you all of the information you need to get started. We install and service geothermal heating and cooling units. These work much like conventional heat pumps. However, instead of moving heat from the air outside to the inside, they use the heat energy of the earth to make you feel more comfortable. This makes them highly energy efficient units that can save you serious money in the long–term.
Want an Indoor Air Quality Specialist to Help You?
You’ve noticed that your indoor air quality is not up to your standards, but you’re not quite sure where to go from here. Call in an indoor air quality specialist to help you. They may look inside of your ducts or perform duct testing to see if duct cleaning or sealing is right for you. Or they can listen to your concerns and recommend the whole–home IAQ product that is best for assessing them. A humidifier, air cleaner, dehumidifier, energy recovery ventilator, or UV lights could be a good choice for your home.
The Hidden Problems in Your Ducts: Schedule Duct Cleaning and Duct Sealing
There might be piles of dust and particles and contaminants like bacteria, viruses, mold spores, pet dander, and more within your ductwork. These things can make you feel sick or they can cause trouble for someone with allergies or asthma. Holes in your ducts (a very common problem) mean you have to pay to heat and cool a part of your ducts you don’t even use. Call us for duct sealing and duct cleaning service.