about us

Hi, I'm Kyle, owner and founder of Breeze Heating + Cooling. I have 16 years of industry experience and am excited to be running my own HVAC company here in Forest Lake, MN. We serve the surrounding metro, 24/7.

I graduated from college after studying HVAC, and interned with Centerpoint Energy focusing on furnace and AC tune ups. After college I landed a gig with one of the largest HVAC companies in the Twin Cities where I cut my teeth on the trade day in and day out.

I achieved my Journeyman Pipefitter Compency card in 2010 and NATE certification in 2012. Shortly thereafter I also got my Power Limited Technician license. In 2014 I transferred to sheet metal and also gained my Journeyman Compency card for Warm Air.

In 2016 I designed a new install concept for better efficiency at my former employer. In 2019, I ventured out on my own and haven't looked back. The balance it affords to me and my family is great. Our #1 focus is on quality products and service and keeping prices affordable for the average family in the Midwest.


Frequently asked questions


Frequently Asked Questions

When is it time to replace your HVAC system?

Take the simple test to see if it is time to consider a new, more efficient HVAC system.* - Your furnace or air conditioner is more than 14 years old. - Your equipment needs frequent repairs and your energy bills are going up. - Some rooms in your home are too hot or cold. - You do not have a programmable thermostat. - Your home has humidity problems. - Your home has excessive dust. - Your heating or cooling system is noisy.

Do you work with my gas and/or electrial company to provide rebates?

Yes! Your local gas and electrical company offer some great rebate incentives for install a new furnace and/or air conditioner. The more efficient the unit the greater the rebate. It depends on which company you have your gas and electical with but we would love to help you save $$.

Why does my HVAC filter get dirty so quickly?

If you check your filter at replacement time and find that it’s completely covered in dust, hair and other particles, you might start wondering what causes it to clog up prematurely. Pet hair. If you have one or more shedding pets in the home, this is almost certainly contributing to filter build up. Daily vacuuming and weekly pet brushing can go a long way toward helping this problem. Your fan is set to “on”. There should be two fan settings on your thermostat -- “on” and “auto”. When the fan is set to “auto”, it only blows when your system is actively heating or cooling your home. But when it’s set to “on”, it runs continuously, which means air is passing through that filter 24/7. Switching to the other setting will help you get more life out of your filters. Extreme temperatures. Even if your fan is set to “auto”, extreme hot or cold weather will keep your system running almost continuously. You may need to shorten your replacement intervals until the seasons change. Dusty home. Whether it’s from a recent home construction project or just accumulated dust. We recommend changing your filter monthly