Our company has been in business in Auburn since 1984 delivering service locally, as well as the Sacramento and Sierra Foothill area. We provide Service and Installation of all kinds of heating and air conditioning equipment. Cheryl and Randy Maki have built their business based on delivering ongoing dependable service to all of their domestic, commercial, and industrial customers.


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  City Auburn , CA
  Zip Code 95604
  Address PO Box 5544
  Phone Number (916) 782-9242

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It's time for a Friday Fun Fact! Did you know? Air conditioning helped grow populations in states like Texas, Florida, Arizona, and Nevada in the 1960’s. The first Sun City retirement community opened in Sun City, Arizona in 1960. The Southwest regions
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The men are serving up Maki Meatballs tonight at the 30th annual Celebrity Chefs community service fundraiser. Get 'em while they're hot!
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Join us at the 30th Annual Celebrity Chefs fundraiser on Thursday March 3, 2016, sponsored by the Auburn 49er Lions! We are excited to be among over 80 “chefs” from our local community including businesses, service organizations and individuals. The
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Come support a wonderful non profit and at the same time have some of our famous Maki meatballs!
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Happy Leap Day! What will you do with your extra day?
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It's time for another Friday Fun Fact! Did you know? Scientific studies have shown that the introduction of air conditioning has actually lowered the natural human tolerance for heat.
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Are you ready for some laughs? Join us at the 15th Annual Comedy Gala fundraiser on March 12th, hosted by Soroptomist International of Auburn. This year's event takes place at the beautifully restored Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center! We hope to see
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Fun Fact Friday! Did you know? The first air conditioner was invented by Willis Carrier in 1902. He worked at a publishing company and needed a way to keep his paper from expanding and ink from running.
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