Central Air Conditioning

Savage Minnesota based Air Conditioning repair and installation.


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South Metro Twin Cities Air Conditioning Repair & Installation

Central Air Conditioning Repair Savage Minnesota & South Metro

Our mission is to help people get the best value, longest lasting air conditioning for their home.  We're on a mission to make sure that people are treated the way we would want to be treated, which means honest recommendations, fair pricing, and customer service that we'd expect for our family.

We provide: 


  • Check thermostat
  • Inspect heat exchanger
  • Check / lubricate fan or pump motor
  • Check blower motor amps
  • Check filter system (clean / replace filter)
  • Check & clean pilot burner / flame rod
  • Check safety controls
  • Check & adjust heat rise
  • Test for carbon monoxide
  • Check humidifier damper
  • Inspect gas piping
  • Inspect chimney / venting system
  • Clean burners
  • Check & clean condensate pump / lines
  • Check & adjust firing rate
  • Inspect & adjust electrical connections
  • Check system airflow
  • Identify system switch and/or breaker


  • Inspect coolant levels & pressure
  • Check & adjust thermostat
  • Inspect wiring, contacts, capacitors & relays
  • Inspect evaporator coil
  • Inspect and clean condenser
  • Inspect condensate drain
  • Inspect outdoor disconnect
  • Inspect condenser fan motor & blades
  • Inspect compressor at startup
  • Check blower motor amps
  • Check filter system (clean / replace filter)

5 Things to get your Air Conditioning ready for summer

  • Check and verify the furnace filter is clean
  • Make sure the thermostat is set to cool and set at a temperature lower than what it is in the home
  • Assure the outdoor coil is free from any debris

What are the benefits of spring air conditioning maintenance?

Proactive maintenance plans will help extend the life of the equipment as well as possibly catch some issues before they arise and leave you stranded without cooling at a time of need. Maintenance plans will not catch all issues however keeping the air conditioner clean will assist in not having breakdowns and keep it operating as efficiently as the manufacturer intended.

What are the 4 most common AC problems you see?

The most common AC issue we find are a dirty indoor filter, a dirty outdoor coil, the thermostat is programmed and at times of high demand can not cool fast enough, and the most common is a failed capacitor.

What are the best Air conditioning models you tend to see?

All AC models have benefits as well as down sides. Our preferred AC brand is Payne which is part of United Technologies. The best brands are dependent on the service the contractors get from the distributors in the area, due to part availability and service. We have a great relationship with our vendor to assure we can give the service and satisfaction we strive for.

What should people look for in a new air conditioning?

People should assure that the AC system is not undersized or oversized for the home. All duct systems are designed for a certain size system and will most of the time not operate properly if an improper wiring system is installed.

What are the 5 Coolest features on modern HVAC units?

The best feature of current HVAC systems are the efficiency capabilities that are available, and  the indoor motors that are designed to run 24/7 to assist in keeping a balanced and comfortable home. A great feature of modern HVAC systems is the Controls/Thermostat with Wifi capabilities to control the thermostat from a phone, tablet, or computer, as well as movement learning, and wireless room sensors. The HVAC system technology is changing at such a rapid pace and equipment is getting more and more efficient. The outdoor units are also getting quieter and are gaining the capability to store fault codes, which can help a technician if there are intermittent issues.

Do you have to replace your air conditioning along with your furnace?

The furnace and the AC do not have to be replaced together, however you can capitalize on rebate incentives as well as save some money in the long run typically due to it being slightly less labor to do both systems at the same time.

How to Use your Air Exchange

If you have an HRV or ERV they are set to specific CFM rates based on the code when the house was built.

Condensation and moisture typically appear on windows in the winter since the air outside cant hold as much moisture as the air inside the home. If it's colder outside, that means the humidity in the home needs to be lower and some humidifiers operate on a curve based on outdoor temperature automatically adjusting the requested humidity level. If you have condensation on the windows and you have a humidifier, it is recommended to turn the level down to prevent this. If you do not have a humidifier and have this issue the home needs to cycle more outdoor air into the home to assist in dehumidifying the air. It is not recommended to use stand alone humidifiers if you have a forced air system due to the humidifier putting a very fine dust in the air which can cause the furnace filter to plug up faster.

What tips do you have to help your air conditioning run more efficiently in the hot months?

The best thing to keep an AC running efficiently and reliably is to keep the outdoor coil clean. If the coil is dirty it causes the AC to work harder to get the heat out of the unit, leading to longer run times as well as more wear and tear on the unit. The outdoor coil can be cleaned with a garden hose spraying the coil in the downward pattern similar to rinsing soap off a cleaned car.

What Makes MMS Different?

Excellent Pricing

We're a small local company, and rather than spend on billboards and radio shows, we pass along a great value to our customers.

From our family to yours.

Integrity Advice & Recommendations

We're on a mission to help your furnace and AC last as long as possible, which isn't typical in this industry.

We shoot straight with our customers, and help them out like we would our own family.

Treat You Like Family

We feel a deep accountability to everyone we get to serve.  We give you the advice we'd provide our own family, and we'll provide you with the same value & care as well.

You're more than just another customer.

Our Services

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Central Air Conditioning

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MMS : Minnesota Mechanical Systems Savage Minnesota

Premium Quality

Minnesotta Mechanical Systems is licensed, bonded and insured.

Innovative Problem Solving

Multiple systems? Re-working existing systems? We can provide solutions to repair, replace or upgrade existing systems.

Experienced Team

Our experienced team can provide cost effective solutions to keep your residential or light-commercial building at the perfect temperature.

Free Consultations

We will be happy to talk over your heating and cooling needs. Call us today at: 952-454-7334


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5112 W 145th St, Savage, Minnesota 55378