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Sedgwick Heating and AC

Comfort You Can Count On

We're a locally owned Minnesota heating and air conditioning company that has served the Twin Cities community for more than 50 years. Our five decades of experience, knowledge, and customer service have built us a word-of-mouth reputation for quality heating and cooling repair, maintenance, and installation.

Award Winning Minnesota HVAC Service

Our business thrives on trusted referrals from our customers and the accolades we've received, such as the Angie's List Super Service Award and our five-time Dave Lennox and Circle of Excellence customer dedication awards. We earn this recognition because our service technicians and Comfort Advisors take the unique needs of your home and family into consideration when repairing or replacing a heating, cooling or indoor air quality system. As the premier HVAC MN provider, our goal is to provide you with a system that is right for you and your home, not just the most expensive one. We are absolutely dedicated to your personal needs and will do whatever it takes to make sure you are comfortable in your home. We look forward to serving the Twin Cities community for the next 50+ years! Whether you need Minnesota air conditioning, heating, air purification, or just advice, call Sedgwick!

Services

Heating: Furnaces Boilers Heat Pumps Combination Units

Cooling: Air Conditioning Ductless Air Conditioning Heat Pumps Air Handlers Combination Units

Other: Water Heaters Water Conditioning Commercial Air Filtration Humidification UV Purification Thermostats Air Exchangers

Dehumidification

Answers from contractors near Mendota Heights, MN

How important is ventilation if my roof and house is 30 years old and has just a little sweating in the rafters?
Feb 21, 2018
Ideally, you will have no sweating if you have proper insulation and ventialtion. Generally moisture forms by ice freezing on the bottom side of the roof sheathng or the nails sticking through tje she ... read more
What is the best way to handle unraveling carpet.

Luke Vogel of Roofs R Us PRO answered:

Apr 27, 2016
Wood on the enrty will help stop it, also find the end of the part of the carpet that has begun to unravel and cut it with a sharp knife or clip with a sissors and place a drop of glue on the end down ... read more

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