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kek_2
kek_2 Member Posts: 1
Looking to relocate to Alexandria,Minn. How much steam and hot water heat work do you guys have there? How about good companies to work for? Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Wayne_12
    Wayne_12 Member Posts: 62
    Ahh, you are moving to where the hunting and fishing is good

    and the recreational activies are right in your backyard.

    I live in the southeast part of the state and will help you as much as possible. There are hot water systems all over the state. I am not aware of many of the steam systems in existance. Proabably since my background is in forced air systems

    I would suggest checking with suppliers that deal with steam and hot water. I will include company names and phone numbers of various suppliers located in Minnesota. They can direct you to the contractors that deal with steam and hot water.

    Gustave A. Larson Co. 800 827-9508 [email protected]
    Minvalco 800 642-9090 www.minvalco.com
    Goodin Company 800 328-8433 www.goodinco.com
    B.J. Mulcahy Co. Inc 651 256-2425 www.bjmulcahy.com
    Sheet Metal union 651 770-2388
    J.H. Larson
    AUER Steel 800 969-2792
    Minnesota Air 800 747-8790
    DC Sales 800 582-5265


    The phone numbers are of the corporate office. They will supply the branch closest to Alex. Many of the suppliers have branch offices in St. Cloud, Brainerd, Alexandria MN and Fargo, ND.

    I know Goodin Company and B.J. Mulcahy have whole departments dedicated to steam systems.

    If I can be of additional help, please email with questions or requests.

    Thanks, Wayne

    oh yea. Check with the Alexandria Technical College at
    www.alextech.com 800 234-1222
  • George_10
    George_10 Member Posts: 580
    If there is

    a Hydronic Association up there, I would like the address or a contact. Thanks for your help.

    George
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