Minnetonka Air Conditioner Repair & Furnace Repair
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We are privileged to service the city of Minnetonka. Comfort Solutions is your one stop shop for all of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning needs. Just a few of the services we offer include duct cleaning, HVAC repair, and A/C maintenance.
Minnetonka is a suburban city in Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States, eight miles (13 km) west of Minneapolis. The word “Minnetonka” comes from the Dakota Indian mni tanka meaning “great water”. The city is home to Cargill, the country’s largest privately owned company and United Healthcare, the state’s largest publicly owned company.
Part of the city includes the eastern tip of Lake Minnetonka, one of the largest lakes in Minnesota. The outlet of Lake Minnetonka is Minnehaha Creek, which winds through South Minneapolis before ending at Minnehaha Falls and flowing into the Mississippi River. Minnetonka is located 8 miles (13 km) west of Minneapolis in Hennepin County.
Since the mid-19th century, Minnetonka has evolved from heavily wooded wilderness through extensive farming and thriving industrialization to its present primarily residential suburban character. The Dakota and Ojibwe Indians were the first people to settle in the area. They believed the land around Lake Minnetonka (minne meaning water and tonka meaning big) was the legendary home of an extinct race. The first recorded exploration of the area by European settlers was in 1822, when a group from newly constructed Fort Snelling made its way up Minnehaha Creek (then known as Brown’s Creek or Falls Creek) to the lake. In 1851, the Dakota sold the area including Minnetonka to the United States with the Treaty of Traverse des Sioux.