Our History in Waconia
Steeped in history, especially that of Native Americans in the early settlement days, Waconia has remained a delightful small town nestled on the shores of Lake Waconia. Since 1944 we’ve provided services for Waconia area residential and commercial or church customers. Because they valued quality and reliability, many of our clients are second, even third generation homeowners referred to us by their parents and grandparents.
Residential Services – Waconia
For residential heating and cooling services in Waconia, we offer 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.
Commercial and Churches HVAC Services – Waconia
For Waconia commercial buildings, businesses and churches, we offer skilled technicians familiar with the challenges large spaces can present for heating and cooling. We will fix existing systems, install new several ton commercial HVAC systems, or develop a regular ABEL Performance Plan maintenance schedule for your current system.
How we Can Improve 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, our expert can give you suggestions based on your household or business logistics. And we can’t remind our customers often enough to check and replace the HVAC system filters frequently.
A good air conditioning system also reduces humidity and helps prevent allergens and mold problems from developing.
ABEL Heating and Cooling offers friendly and dependable service for Waconia area homes, businesses and churches.
Please Contact Us or phone 952-472-COOL (2665) today for more information.
Did you know that a post office has been in operation in Waconia since 1860? The city took the name from the bordering lake. Several buildings exist on the National Register of Historic Places, including some located on Coney Island in Lake Waconia, where cottages, boathouses and a hotel attracted tourists from 1884 to the late 1920s.