HVAC Emergency Service

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There are a few things that might cause an emergency HVAC breakdown. If you do have an emergency, our Arctic Mechanical team offers 24/7 emergency service. More often than not, the older your system is the more likely it is that you will have a system emergency. Hopefully reading over this list will help you prevent an emergency later on.

Improper Preventive Maintenance

Improper preventive maintenance is the number one reason for emergency calls. Have all of your appliances inspected and maintained according to the manufacturer’s guidelines. Check your filters every month and change them at least every three to six months, again depending on the manufacturer’s recommendation.

Inexperienced Service

You must get professional service for your heating and cooling equipment. Expert service will prevent the need for costly and possibly dangerous emergency repair needs later. Our experts have more than 45 years of experience serving residents in the Twin Cities metro area.

A System in Need of Replacement

Your aging system is more likely to leave you cold or hot at and inconvenient time. Paying for repeated repairs and emergency service is a sign that you need replacement. Talk to your service technicians about the state of repair or disrepair of your HVAC system. And aging system can malfunction at the most inopportune time.

What to consider when looking to upgrade your HVAC system

  • The Realistic life-expectancy and reliability of your current system.
  • Energy cost savings vs. the cost of a new unit.
  • Available tax incentives and system rebates.
  • The benefits of a warranty.
  • Eco-efficient options benefits and avoiding costs associated with replacement.
  • Comfort and air quality.
  • The convenience of avoiding unexpected breakdown hassles.

Will You Need Emergency Service?

Remember to call Arctic Mechanical at 612-741-9297 for emergency service!

Call Arctic Mechanical today and let us show you why we’re the right choice for your heating and cooling needs.