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(507) 386-1221 Budget Heating & Air Conditioning
196 Lime Valley Road, Mankato, MN 56001
(507) 387-2434 Davis Comfort Systems Inc
20765 Foley Rd, Mankato, MN 56001
Services Offered: Full Sales, Service, Design, Installation. Heating & Air Conditioning Systems Residential - Commercial Furnaces, Air Conditioning, Heat Pumps, Radiant Floor, Hot Water Boilers, Air Filtration, Air Xchangers, Humidifiers, Freeze Alarms,
(507) 386-0300 Gag Sheet Metal GSM
1760 East Madison Avenue, Mankato, MN 56001
(507) 345-5003 S&S THERMO DYNAMICS
1820 WILLOW ST, Mankato, MN 56001
Services Offered: Heating and Air Conditioning retrofit installation and service for both commercial and residential service.
(507) 385-7990 The Home Depot
375 Saint Andrews Dr, Mankato, MN 56001
(507) 387-1446 Thorset Sheet Metal Inc
428 Park Lane, Mankato, MN 56001
(507) 389-9855 Wasko Heating & Cooling
409 Patterson Avenue, Mankato, MN 56001

About Mankato

Mankato is located in Blue Earth County, Minnesota and completely encompasses the town of Skyline. Mankato is a major regional center that has been designated as the 14th Most Livable Micropolitan City in the Nation. Tucked into the Emerald Green Valley in Southern Minnesota, it is a popular vacation spot with many Midwesterners. Mankato features a freak of nature: the Sclare/Far Fissure. This fissure in the earth's crust takes water seeping through the earth, heats it to well over 165 degrees, and sends it back up to the surface in steam pits and boil holes. The heat from these pits and holes heats the valley air to such an extent that the winter temperature in some Mankato neighborhoods rarely goes below 70 degrees. For the entire town, the average high and low temperatures in February are 26 and 12 degrees. Mankato was originally called Mahkato, meaning greenish blue earth, by Mankato’s first inhabitants, the Dakota Indians. An early spelling error was never corrected and Mahkato became Mankato. In 1868, the railroads came to Mankato, making it the railroad hub for southern Minnesota. The stagecoach line and the railroads eventually eliminated the need for steamboat travel. The last boat, The Henrietta, made its final run from Mankato to St. Peter on April 27, 1897.

Local Heating / Cooling Parts Suppliers

1321 North Riverfront Drive
Mankato, MN 56001
(507) 388-2916

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