Get your home ready for the summer months ahead

To be sure that you’re A/C unit is ready for warmer temperatures, Spring is the time for your annual A/C maintenance. And because your comfort is our top priority, we will check your bathroom, kitchen and dryer vents for free!

Why Vent Checks are Important to Your Whole-Home Comfort

Proper venting for your bathroom, kitchen and dryer are essential to your home’s performance. Oftentimes, vents are installed improperly, meaning that moisture from cooking, bathing and clothes drying directs back into your home. This can contribute to moisture build-up that affects your home’s A/C performance, and can make you uncomfortable. Excess humidity and moisture can lead to mold, which can contribute to additional health problems such as allergies and asthma.

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Minnick’s is committed to your whole home comfort. Let us check your ventilation systems for free!

Your house contains several systems that work together to provide comfort and safety. When one is not functioning correctly, all of the others have to work harder, which leads to more frequent breakdowns and costly repairs.

Minnick’s approach to the heating and cooling systems in your home is holistic, we review all of the different parts and systems, along with entry and exit points such as windows, doors, and roofs, to make sure everything is working together.

Minnick’s offers high performance, energy efficient heating and cooling services for both residential and commercial customers. For more information about our services, please click on one of the links below:

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If you need an emergency service performed, please call us at 888.483.5740 or fill out the contact form on the right.

You can also book your appointment online!

“The whole experience was very professional. The technician not only did a complete and thorough job, he went out of his way to answer my questions and thereby assist me in making decisions on work that needed to be done now and that which should be done in the future.”

- Allen J., Silver Spring, MD