For the protection and safety of homeowners, building permits are required for any furnace or air conditioner installation in Minnesota. An improperly installed heating and cooling system, along with its ductwork and accessories, can pose serious health and safety risks. Cutting corners or taking shortcuts in the work is out of the question. For that reason, Minnesota cities and counties require building permits for all installations. As an award-winning heating and air conditioning company in the Twin Cities, we serve customers in the entire 7-county metro, from Hennepin, Dakota, Ramsey and Anoka to Carver, Washington and Scott County. We understand the reasons for these permits and always comply with all building code and inspection requirements. We ensure you peace of mind when purchasing new heating and cooling equipment from our company.
As a professional heating and AC contractor in Minneapolis and St. Paul, we take care of all permit applications and requirements, so you don’t have to worry about getting a permit. When a building permit is issued, we can start the installation. Upon completion, an official city building inspector will visit your home and make sure the installation is correct and follows all applicable building codes. If any problems are noted by the inspector, which almost never happens with our company, we will make corrections immediately. Our experienced, highly-trained technicians know and follow building codes carefully, assuring you of safety. A new or replacement furnace or air conditioner includes components that require specialized knowledge of several building code areas, including:
Electrical wiring is part of every installation, and adherence to building code requirements is important for your safety.
Plumbing of natural gas lines and sometimes water supply and drain lines is required. Our technicians are trained in all plumbing work associated with your new furnace or air conditioner.
Proper venting of both forced-air gas furnace and central air conditioning systems is important for your safety and for fire prevention and carbon monoxide leak prevention. We always take special care with venting systems.
The ductwork that circulates air in your home also has specific building code requirements. We have the most experienced air duct technicians who will install air ducts properly to eliminate leaks and maximize energy efficiency.
At our Twin Cities heating and air conditioning company, building code requirements are just a starting point for our experienced crews. Proper installation also helps keep your central heating and air conditioning system operating quietly and efficiently. In addition, extra care in during the complete job also ensures the best possible appearance and function of your system, even where ductwork is exposed in unfinished basements. In addition, we take great care when the job is complete to clean up all debris and leave your home in great condition.
We serve homeowners in the entire 7-county metro. We are familiar with the building code and permit requirements in every city, from Roseville, Blaine, Coon Rapids, Maple Grove and Brooklyn Park to Richfield, Edina, Bloomington, Eden Prairie and Burnsville, and from Plymouth, Golden Valley, St, Louis Park, Minnetonka and Wayzata to Woodbury, Maplewood, Oakdale, Cottage Grove and White Bear Lake.
You can count on us for our top-quality products and services. We not only meet every building code requirement and obtain the necessary permits, we make sure that every HVAC technician treats your home as if it were our own. That’s part of our commitment to top-rated customer service in every aspect of our business. We wouldn’t settle for less, and neither should you. Call us today to discuss your Minneapolis St. Paul heating and cooling needs. Let us show you why over 35,000 satisfied customers in 20+ years of serving the Twin Cities metro area recommend us to their friends and neighbors.