Our mission is to establish lasting relationships with our customers by exceeding their expectations and gaining their trust through exceptional performance by EVERY member of the silver Tree team – EVERY TIME. Our commitment to this mission will allow Silver Tree Plumbing and Heating to be the premier and most sought after plumbing and heating company in the Twin Cities.
Silver Tree Plumbing & Heating
Since the summer of 2010, Silver Tree Plumbing and Heating has been providing residents in Eagan, Mendota Heights, Lakeville, and surrounding Minnesota communities with experienced plumbing and heating services.
While Silver Tree was a business thirty years in the making, the combined expertise of the owners today totals over 100 years in the HVAC industry. We provide our customers with unmatched plumbing & heating that stems from our attention to detail and years of experience showing that our roots run deeper and our workmanship is built to last.
The Silver Tree Annual Maintenance Plan
Silver Tree Plumbing and Heating LLC proudly gives customers the “STAMP” of approval.
Dirt and Neglect are the top causes of heating and cooling system inefficiency and failure. To ensure efficient system operation, it’s important to perform routine maintenance. Proper maintenance by a qualified technician is one of the most important steps you can take to prevent future problems.
We proudly offer full service, from installation to repair or replacement, of the following:
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Air conditioning isn’t exactly a stimulating topic to bring up at parties. It’s not something most people think about too excessively. But at Silver Tree, we’re obsessed with it! We want to share with you some things that you may not have known about your air conditioner (AC). We’ve made this list to help you become an informed consumer and get the best out of your purchase.
Here are four things you might not know about your air conditioner:
1. It doesn’t actually produce cold air.
Believe it or not, your air conditioner doesn’t actually add any coldness to the air. Instead, it extracts heat. It does this with a chemical solution known as refrigerant. The heat that is removed is then transferred outside. This leaves cold air, which is circulated through the ducts.
2. It balances the humidity.
Lower humidity means you’re less likely to feel hot. The dehumidifying process helps you breathe higher quality air and lowers the chance of mold growth. This is one of the reasons that a well-maintained central air conditioning system is the perfect ally for those with allergies.
3. Air filters should be cleaned or replaced regularly.
It’s important to replace your filter routinely. The filter can only hold so much dust and particles before the system becomes clogged. Clogs can cause all sorts of mechanical errors, as well as decrease your air quality while increasing your electric bill. Check the manufacturer’s recommendations to see when you should clean or swap out your filter.
4. Maintenance is a requirement.
You should schedule a maintenance tune-up for your air conditioner at least once a year. Serious problems can go undetected, sometimes till they’re too late to fix. During a service visit, you’ll get an expert pair of eyes to see if there are any problems. Also, your air conditioner will be cleaned to restore the machine’s components and to make sure it runs like new.
Call the experts
We at Silver Tree hope you’ve learned something new from our list. Call us today at 651-319-4200 if you have any questions or would like to schedule maintenance for your air conditioner. We’re proud to share the gift of cold air here in Shakopee, Minnesota!
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Silver Tree Plumbing & Heating provides professional heating, cooling, and plumbing services to residents in Apple Valley, Burnsville, Chaska, Cottage Grove, Eagan, Eden Prairie, Farmington, Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, Minnetonka, Prior Lake, Rosemount, Savage, Shakopee, Woodbury, and surrounding Minnesota communities. Visit our service area page to learn more or contact us today at 651-319-4200 or request service online.