HVAC Services in Minneapolis, MN

With over 300 years of combined experience delivering reliable HVAC services to homes in Minneapolis, from Camden to Nokomis and everywhere in between, Blue Ox Heating & Air is the best local solution for your heating, cooling, and air quality needs.

We take the consistent quality of work we provide very seriously, which is why we only employ techs that are background checked, highly qualified, and up to date with all necessary certifications. Schedule an appointment with us today to see our “Comfort at Every Degree” promise in person.


Making sure your home’s interior is working at tip-top shape can be a stressful process, but with Blue Ox it doesn’t have to be. We’re proud to be a one-stop-shop for all the heating, cooling, air quality, and other HVAC services you’re looking for in Minneapolis.

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1428 N 3rd St, Minneapolis, MN 55411

Sights in Minneapolis

First home to the Dakota Sioux, Minneapolis was first settled by European-American settlers in the 1700s. It remained a trading area for the local fort and Native Americans as well as other settlers. In 1856, Minneapolis became a city with the name that meant “city of the falls.” Today, Minneapolis is well-known for its park system and performing arts scene. You’ll find plenty to see and do here no matter where your interests lie.

  • Minneapolis Institute of Art – This is the largest art museum in Minneapolis with 100,000 pieces in the collection besides traveling exhibits. Contemporary and modern art pieces have been added with their own wings.
  • Theodore Wirth Park – This park is home to the oldest wildflower garden in the city and bird sanctuary, which is about 90 percent of the size of Central Park in NYC with Golden Valley.
  • Science Museum of Minnesota – This museum has something for everyone with exhibits on dinosaurs and fossils, the human body, Native Americans, and the Mississippi River as well as teaching about science superheroes and RACE. Many of these exhibits are interactive to provide a fun, educational experience.
  • Mill Museum – Learn about one of the most important products to this city – flour, and how it impacted the economy in this museum which boasts 12,000 square feet of space for exhibits. Many of these exhibits are interactive for hands-on education.


Blue Ox Heating & Air

5720 International Parkway
New Hope, MN 55428