Suburban Air

1290 Osborne Rd NE
Minneapolis, MN 55432
(763) 784-6100
www.suburbanair-online.com
Contact: Houseman, Bill
Business Description: Additional phone numbers - (651) 768-8383, (952) 470-6351. Additional DBAs - Suburban Air Conditioning Company Inc, Heating & cooling Two. Additional contact name - Dick Allee.
In Business Since: 1952
Service Area: Washington, Ramsey, Hennepin, Anoka and portions of Carver, Dakota & Wright Counties
On Angie's List Since: 2/17/2004
Warranties: Yes
Free Estimates: Ask for details
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 AM-4:30 PM
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: UNKNOWN
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Senior Discount: 3%
Cities Served: Airport | Andover | Anoka | Arden Hills | Blaine | Bloomington | Brooklyn Center | Brooklyn Park | Burnsville | Calhoun-isles/kenwood | Camden | Carver County | Champlin | Chanhassen | Chaska | Circle Pines | Columbia Heights | Coon Rapids | Corcoran | Cottage Grove | Crystal | Dakota County | Dayton | Dayton's Bluff | Dellwood | Eagan | East Bethel | Eden Prairie | Edina | Excelsior | Falcon Heights | Forest Lake | Fridley | Ft. Snelling | Golden Valley | Ham Lake | Highland | Hopkins | Hugo | Inver Grove Heights | Lake Minnetonka | Lauderdale | Lino Lakes | Little Canada | Long Lake | Longfellow | Macalester/groveland | Mahtomedi | Maple Grove | Maple Plain | Maplewood | Medicine Lake | Medina | Mendota Heights | Merriam Park | Minneapolis - Downtown | Minneapolis - Near North | Minneapolis - Northeast | Minneapolis - Southwest | Minnetonka | Minnetrista | Mound | Mounds View | New Brighton | New Hope | Newport | Nokomis | North Oaks | North St. Paul | Oak Park Heights | Oakdale | Orono | Osseo | Payne/phalen | Phillips | Pine Springs | Plymouth | Powderhorn | Ramsey | Richfield | Robbinsdale | Rogers | Roseville | Shoreview | South St. Paul | Spring Lake Park | Spring Park | St. Anthony | St. Francis | St. Louis Park | St. Paul - Downtown | St. Paul - Westside | Stillwater | Summit | Sunfish Lake | University Of Minnesota | Vadnais Heights | Washington County | Wayzata | West Lakeland | West St. Paul | White Bear Lake | Woodbury
 
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