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Make a Positive Difference Every Day
If you're ready to move into a role where you can share your love of HVAC with people who really value it, we want to hear from you! Whether you're a seasoned heating and cooling professional, looking to kick-start your career with a knowledgeable team, or enjoy solving technical problems, Minnesota Air has an abundance of opportunities for you to grow in your HVAC career.
Our purpose statement is to Make a Positive Difference Every Day – striving to make a real impact in our community, both within and beyond the walls of Minnesota Air. That means giving back through volunteer options, charitable gifting to the causes you care about, and working together to accomplish a goal.
Our employees live our purpose statement through their interactions with our customers, our suppliers, and each other. All of our employees at Minnesota Air know that they take care of our customers better than the competition, and they take great pride in it. That pride has kept many of us at Minnesota Air for more than 10 years. Along with hard work, having fun is also one of our core values.
As an employee of Minnesota Air, you will be joining the longest tenured full-service HVAC distributorship in Minnesota. What does that look like?
- Access to the leading brands in the heating, cooling, and refrigeration space
- Dedication to continuous improvement
- Belief in ongoing education for our team and customers
- Opportunities to help small and large businesses grow and succeed
- Fun, positive, and family-oriented work environment
- Core values that all team members abide by
- Employee-driven giving, wellness, and events committees
HVAC Careers with Minnesota Air
Rated a Minnesota Healthist Employer
Minnesota Air is a family owned business serving the HVAC industry. Our roots go back to the early 1950s when our first generation owners founded one of the largest independent plumbing wholesalers in the United States. Minnesota Air was created in 1981 as a wholly owned subsidiary of that company. In 1999, Minnesota Air spun off and became a separate corporation concentrating solely on the HVAC industry.