Heating Contractors in MinnesotaBrowse Heating Contractors in all states
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Minnesota and its slightly more than 5,000,000 residents are located in central United States, as far North as you can go before bumping into Canada. Maintaining your heating system is especially important in cold weather states like Minnesota. Temperatures in the state vary from an average of about 83.4° F in the warmest months to an average of -2.9° F in the winter.
Many states require specialized licenses for heating contractors. Minnesota does not -- although some cities have more stringent requirements. Minneapolis, for example, requires heating contractors to be licensed. Contact your local city hall to find out more about licensing requirements in your area.
Resolving a Problem with an HVAC Contractor
Every so often one will encounter problems with work they are having done on their home. If this is the case, try to resolve the issue face to face with the heating contractor. Should resolution be impossible, contact the Better Business Bureau of North Dakota and Minnesota.
If you can't pay your heating bill this winter, contact LIHEAP. Contact them as early as possible and they may be able to help.