HVAC Services in St.Paul, MN
24-hour heating and cooling services in St. Paul means that if your furnace needs help in the middle of a harsh Minnesota winter or your AC breaks down during an equally harsh summer, Blue Ox Heating & Air can send someone to fix it quickly, safely, and well.
Not only do we focus on providing reliable emergency services, we’re also happy to be your one-stop-shop to provide regular maintenance for your home’s heating, cooling, air quality, and other HVAC systems. Our technicians are the best in the area due to our stringent hiring process that includes background checks and qualification tests. Schedule with us today to see our quality guarantee in action.
SERVICES WE PROVIDE
Blue Ox makes the process of keeping your home at a comfortable temperature year-round simple with our suite of heating and cooling services. In addition to that, we also are able to help you keep your in-home air fresh and breathable with comprehensive air quality as well as other HVAC assistance programs in St. Paul.
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THINGS TO LEARN FROM OUR BLOG:
- Space heaters can save you money and simplify your in-home heating solution, but they can also be potentially dangerous. Take a closer look at the pros and cons of using a space heater in your home.
- Blue Ox is known for our signature 20 point furnace tune up, so let us give you a step-by-step guide to exactly what our technicians are doing when they’re called in.
- Have your energy bills been higher than usual? Is there ice accumulation on your house where it shouldn’t be? Can you see through the insulation in your attic? If the answer to any of these questions in yes, it might be time to replace your home’s insulation.
Sights in St. Paul
The Capital of Minnesota, St. Paul was known first as Pigs Eye because of the tavern built on the location. This building was the first for the future town, and it was constructed in 1838. The name was changed for the St. Paul chapel that was constructed just a few years later. Located on the river, the city soon became a main stop for steamboats as well as railroads. In the early 1900s, St. Paul became a safe haven for criminals with the agreement that they could stay as long as they didn’t commit any crimes in the city. Some famous names during that era included Ma Barker, Baby Face Nelson and Al Capone. Today, St. Paul has become a major metropolis with plenty to see and do in the area.
- Como Zoo and Conservatory – Owned by the St. Paul Parks and Recreation, this attractions includes the zoo, an amusement park, carousel, golf course, conservatory and more with no admission fee.
- Wabash Street Caves – A group of sandstone caves, which were home to speakeasies and mobsters with historical tours and live music nights, featuring big bands.
- Minnesota Children’s Museum – Hands-on interactive exhibits create a fun learning environment for kids at this museum.
- Alexander Ramsey House – Visit the home of one of the early politicians in this area as the first governor of Minnesota and see memorabilia from the mid-1800s as you learn more about the city and its early history.