Plumbing, Air Conditioning, and Heating Services in Edina, MN

Serving the Twin Cities Metro and Surrounding Areas

It can be tough to find a home service contractor you can trust. But after you work with us, you’ll see why so many of our customers come back time and time again. We get a lot of repeat customers and referrals, partly due to our friendly customer service representatives, but also because of our excellent workmanship and the quality of our products. We can help you with all of your most pressing air conditioning, heating, and plumbing needs, including new installations, replacements, repairs, and maintenance visits.

Call Air Mechanical, Inc. for plumbing, air conditioning and heating services and systems in Edina, MN.


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Schedule an Appointment with Our Plumbers

Looking for a quality plumber in the Edina area? Reach out to our team! We will treat your home with the utmost respect, and we can ensure that your pipes and fixtures are in the best condition possible. We can fix and install plumbing components that you need, and we also offer supplementary plumbing components that make your life easier, including sump pumps to prevent flooding, water softeners to reduce scaling, and reverse osmosis systems to make your water taste better.

Water Treatment System Specialists

Are you worried about the taste or the smell of your water? Do you notice a cloudy appearance in your water or little specks that concern you? Call our team and we can perform water testing to determine what type of contaminants could be in your water. Then, we may recommend water softeners, reverse osmosis, or whatever solution can best tackle your water quality issues.

Why We Use Bio–Clean for Drain Cleaning

Bio–Clean is not like the drain cleaning chemicals you’ll find in stores. These chemicals are toxic, and they do not do a good job of removing many of the types of debris and residue commonly found in pipes. We use Bio–Clean and we recommend this to all of our clients. This uses the natural power of bacteria to remove organic waste.

When to Service Your Water Heater

If your water heater is not heating up the water at all, you’ll probably call a technician ASAP. But you should call in a technician no matter how small the issue may seem to be at the time. This includes problems like sudden drops in hot water pressure or temperature. You should also check on the unit itself from time to time to look for leaks and other exterior problems.

Edina Air Conditioning Installation and Service

Looking for a new high–efficiency air conditioning system? We install and replace the conventional split–system air conditioner as well as the heat pump (a heating and air conditioning system in one) and the ductless mini split. We offer fast 24–hour services when you really need them, and our maintenance services help to prevent problems from happening in the first place. We can also install a zone control system for better comfort control, a new thermostat, or a supplementary indoor air quality system.

24–Hour AC Repair for Emergencies

On a very hot and humid day, some households cannot go on without a working air conditioning system. That’s why we offer emergency services. In some situations, infants or elderly residents need working air conditioners. Our air conditioning service technicians can solve the problem the right way the first time, ensuring you and your family members can stay cool in a heat wave.

Want a Heating System that Works?

Your older heating system worked well for you for many years, but it’s not doing such a great job any longer. You may notice that your energy bills have increased over time, that parts of your home are never very comfortable, or that you constantly have to readjust the temperature to feel okay. Eventually, you’ll have to replace that older heater, and we recommend doing it sooner rather than later. Get a radiant heating system, furnace, boiler, or heat pump that works from the people at Air Mechanical, Inc..

Is Your Furnace in Need of Services?

Maybe you’ve noticed that temperatures around the home seem to be dropping, or maybe the air temperature never quite seems to match the temperature on the thermostat. Longer operational times, loud noises, external damage, and potential safety hazards are all reasons to call a technician. But you can also call a technician just for a routing furnace checkup, to ensure safety and efficiency.

What Is Geothermal Heating and Cooling?

This is a system that involves a large installation underneath your property. An underground loop system absorbs heat energy from the ground rather than from the air around the property (like a heat pump or air conditioner does). This is an efficient way to collect heat and start the process of heating or cooling your home. A geothermal heating and cooling system can save you some money, and the position of the underground loop means it is less susceptible to damages that could cost you quite a bit in repair costs.

What’s Wrong with Your Indoor Air Quality?

We can help you find out what’s making your family members cough and sneeze by assessing your air quality, taking a look at your HVAC system, and asking you a few questions. An excess of contaminants like bacteria and viruses in the air can make you sick, and your indoor air quality is likely to be worse than the air quality outside. That’s why you should schedule services with the friendly people at Air Mechanical, Inc.. We can recommend a system to eliminate many of the particles that make you sick.

Your Duct Cleaning and Sealing Specialists

When you schedule duct cleaning services with our specialists, we’ll use inspection equipment to get a good look around your ducts first and foremost. We’ll use industry approved techniques to make sure your Edina home is protected from any loose debris, and to clean your air so that you might get relief from your worst asthma and allergy symptoms. We can also let you know if we see any leaks in your ducts, so that you can schedule duct sealing as well and save some money on monthly bills.

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