Louis Genz and John Ryan first founded Genz-Ryan in 1950, with help from Louis's wife, Greta, and John's mother, Rose. As the business expanded, so did Louis's family: four sons—Dan, Mike, Bob, and Jon—were born, and in 1997, they took hold of the reins to continue the journey their father started.
To this day, they strive to retain their small-business values while pursuing industry innovations, such as geothermal technologies, tankless water heaters, and waterless water. Their 7,000-square-foot design center features an interactive showroom with a fully functioning kitchen, bathroom, and HVAC system. When they aren't providing supplies for upgrades, renovations, and new homes, technicians tweak appliances 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
When the technicians at AirTech Heating & Cooling perform tune-ups on furnaces and air conditioners, they're not simply keeping them from breaking; rather, they're looking for ways to make them run better. That's why they keep a comprehensive checklist handy during routine maintenance services. They have developed this checklist according to their mission to help their clients whittle down their energy bill without sacrificing indoor comfort.
The techs at Bonfe's Plumbing, Heating and Air Service have been tweaking climate-controlling devices of all makes and models for more than 15 years. They arrive at homes wearing uniforms and shiny badges, which indicate their employment with Bonfe and distinguish them from communist-propaganda inspectors. Techs don shoe covers to protect floors and furniture from damage and dirt, and if their work areas aren't tidy when they leave, Bonfe will compensate customers either with money or three magic beans. To ensure satisfactory same-day and emergency service, a staff member is always available by phone—day and night, all week long.
Metro Heating & Cooling?s team of 10 trained and certified technicians draws upon a combined 160 years of industry experience to install and service every make and model of HVAC product. The bonded team tends to broken and tuckered-out water heaters, air conditioners, and furnaces, ensuring that homeowners remain comfortable in spite of winter?s cold, summer?s heat, and fall?s crowds of poets rambling on about dead leaves. The technicians? timely attention can prevent utility bills from spiraling out of control due to inefficiency or breakdowns.
Minneapolis St. Paul Plumbing Heating Air began dispatching technicians to homes throughout the Twin Cities in 1918. Though the ensuing century has seen a number of advancements in plumbing and air-conditioning technology, not much has changed in terms of the technicians? care and expertise. The employees, all of whom go through a background check and training, fix plumbing, heating, and air conditioning, and guarantee customer satisfaction on each job. Each job is preceded with a cost estimate, and the company also offers same-day service for emergencies.
With 20 years of experience providing climate-control installation and maintenance to the Twin Cities, Residential Heating & Air Conditioning keeps homes temperate despite outdoor extremes. Those entirely lacking an air conditioner or furnace, or those who wish to replace a clunky old model with a more efficient update, can avail themselves of the $400 discount toward a unit and installation, with new units running anywhere from $2,500 to $5,000 depending on size and brand. In the AC inspection, a licensed, bonded, and insured technician performs a thorough physical on cold-air-creating units, cleaning filters, and checking the yeti blood that serves as coolant. Replacement parts or adding refrigerant for AC tune-up is not included.