A Long History With ABEL
For more than 70 years we’ve provided furnace and cooling services along the Minnesota River for Chaska area residential and commercial customers. Many of our clients are second, even third generation homeowners or business administrators. Their parents and grandparents recommended ABEL Heating and Cooling because they valued quality workmanship and honest, fair dealings.
Residential Services – Chaska
For residential heating and cooling services in Chaska, we include routine maintenance, updates to existing systems, emergency service calls, and new installation of energy efficient HVAC systems and Wi Fi programmable thermostats. Our technicians have extensive experience with all brands of furnaces, heating and air conditioning equipment. You can elect a system inspection, or check out our ABEL Performance Plan.
Business and Churches in Chaska – HVAC
For commercial buildings, businesses and churches in the Chaska area, we offer skilled technicians familiar with the challenges large spaces can present for heating and cooling. We can fix existing systems, install new several ton commercial HVAC systems, or develop a maintenance schedule for your current system.
Improving Your Indoor Air Quality
There is more to excellent indoor air quality than your air conditioning system can provide alone. With our Air quality assessment and indoor environmental consulting available in Chaska, our expert can give you suggestions based on your household or business logistics. And we can’t remind our customers enough to check and replace the HVAC system filters frequently. A good air conditioning system also reduces humidity and prevents mold problems from developing.
Call ABEL Heating and Cooling Today
ABEL Heating and Cooling offers friendly and dependable service for Chaska area homes, businesses and churches.
Please call us at 952-472-COOL (2665) or Contact Us today for more information.
Interesting things about Chaska, MN
Chaska’s history truly embraces the influence of the Native American culture. The first inhabitants are believed to be the Mound Builders whose ancient communities are marked by mounds in the City Square. Later, the Dakota (commonly known as the Sioux) were the primary nation in this region known as the Big Woods. 1769 is the year Chaska’s recorded history began, although the Indian mounds indicate the immediate area was inhabited years before then.
The name “Chaska” is derived from a Dakota word often given as a name to the first born male child.
In 1776, Jonathan Carver explored the lands along the Minnesota River and chronicled his journeys. French Canadian fur traders traveled the waterways, trading with the Dakota in the early 19th century. During this time, Jean-Baptiste Faribault established a trading post in Chaska.
An abundance of high quality clay led to the start of brick making in 1857. By the 1880s, as a result of the clay resources, Chaska was a thriving brick manufacturing center. Bricks were shipped by boat to Saint Paul and, although the City grew as a result of steamboat trade, it was not until the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railway was built through town in 1873 that rapid expansion began.
With the advent of the 20th century came other industries, including the processing of beet sugar and other agricultural products came flour making, butter making, the canning of peas, corn, and tomatoes, and the curing of sauerkraut and pickles.