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AAA Wicks Furnace

102 County Road C W
Little Canada, MN 55117651-770-1263

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Dust Doctors

1223 Sunrise Dr
Woodbury, MN 55125952-314-1188

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Zero Rez

1957 County Rd W #C-2
Roseville, MN 55113952-937-6739

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AAA-Anderson's Furnace Duct & Appliance Repair

22033 Elston Ave
Forest Lake, MN 55025651-784-2150

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CenterPoint Energy

800 Lasalle Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55402612-332-0414

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Aspen Air Heating & Air Conditioning

308 15th St SW
Forest Lake, MN 55025651-982-2626

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Air Duct Cleaning Specialists

12035 Hart Ave NW
Annandale, MN 55302763-370-5244

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Air Mechanical

16411 Aberdeen St NE
Ham Lake, MN 55304763-434-7747

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KMS Air Duct Cleaning

3648 Snelling Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55406612-823-2288

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Dryer Vent Wizard

19456 Ellington Trl
Farmington, MN 55024651-792-5626

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Rasmussen Cleaning Service

7308 Aspen Ln #124
Brooklyn Park, MN 55428763-208-2144

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Twin Cities Furnace Cleaning

5 7th St W Apt 310
Saint Paul, MN 55102612-558-1737

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Advanced Cleaning Technology

1602 73rd Ave N
Minneapolis, MN 55444612-483-6916

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Air Quality Experts

3970 Victoria St N
Shoreview, MN 55126651-493-7333

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Allied Furnace Cleaning

5660 Memorial Ave N Ste 2
Stillwater, MN 55082651-481-7005

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Coit Services

1043 Grand Ave
St Paul, MN 55105651-698-4835

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Brouillette Home Service

1125 Harbor Ln N
Plymouth, MN 55447763-205-2689

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Duct Dogs

5701 Shingle Creek Pkwy #200
Minneapolis, MN 55430866-886-3828

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Ductz of NE Metro St Paul

2009 W Broadway Ave
Forest Lake, MN 55025651-408-1900

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Golden Valley Heating & Air

5182 W Broadway Ave
Crystal, MN 55429763-535-2000

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To make sure your heating and air-conditioning systems work when needed, they must be properly installed and maintained. We’ve rated area heating and air-conditioning services for quality and price.

Even if you turn into "that host" who makes everyon leave their shoes inside the front door, there's no way to avoid it: You'll eventually need to have your carpet and rugs cleaned.

If you want to hire a company, our ratings tables show how customers we surveyed rated local housecleaning services and the results of our price shopping.

Many consumers prefer to hire an individual for housecleaning help, rather than a service. But doing your own hiring brings the responsibilities associated with the role of an employer, such as filling out paperwork and paying various taxes.

The National Committee on Household Employment, before it closed its doors, developed a set of standards for employers and their household employees. The guidelines presented here are from its Code of Standards for Household Employment.

Before considering insulation improvements, first find and plug air leaks—holes, cracks, and gaps that let cold air in and warm air out in the winter—and do the reverse in the summer.