About Us

Welcome to Mulvehill Heating and Air

Mulvehill Service Company has been in the Birmingham community since 1977. Our team is committed to the customers we serve and relationships matter. We take pride in providing quality service, and every experience is met with professionalism, honesty, and integrity. We know that comfort is important to our customers, and we stop at nothing to complete every job to the satisfaction of our customers. We are passionate about our work, and value the trust our customers place in our hands.

Welcome To Mulvehill

Serving Birmingham and the surrounding areas since 1977









Liberty Park

Mt. Olive








Cooling Systems

When hot weather rolls around, you depend on your air conditioner to keep your environment comfortable and cool. It can be chaotic to have issues with your cooling system, especially in the Alabama heat. It is extremely important to maintain the upkeep of your system and extend the life of your investment. 

We provide the following services for cooling systems:

  • Preventative maintenance services
  • Unit repairs
  • New unit installations
  • Free estimates and 2nd opinions
  • Unit Additions and change-outs
  • Residential
  • Commercial

Heating Systems

When the weather is cold, we depend on an efficient heating system to keep us warm whether in the home or at the office. Our experienced team will perform the necessary checks to diagnose any issues and make the best recommendations for your budget. We will also suggest annual maintenance checks to service your unit and prevent unnecessary problems that could be avoided. 

We provide the following services for heating systems:

  • Preventative maintenance services
  • Unit repairs
  • New unit installations
  • Free estimates and 2nd opinions
  • Unit Additions and change-outs
  • Residential
  • Commercial

Indoor Air Quality

People would be amazed at the number of toxins and pollutants that travel through your doors every day. We are constantly exposed to dirt, dust, pollen, smoke, and other pollutants. If someone in your home has allergy or respiratory issues, the air quality becomes an even more critical issue. We also live in Alabama so who doesn’t have allergy issues?

Here are the services we provide to improve indoor air quality.

Duct Cleaning 

A duct cleaning will remove dirt and grime from your ducts that could potentially clog your heating and cooling system. Our team will do a thorough cleaning of your ducts to remove grime, dirt and all irritants which will improve the overall performance of your systems.
Benefits of cleaning your ducts: 

  • Cleaner air
  • Removes smells and odors
  • Improves airflow
  • Increases unit energy efficiency
  • Improve system performance


Good ventilation replaces bad air with good air and while allowing fresh air to enter into the room. Our team will inspect, repair and replace systems that need attention.

 Air Filtration 

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Air filters are on the front line when it comes to protecting your home or business against eliminating airborne contaminants from entering your air. Filters differ in efficiency levels, but their job is to trap particles and improve air quality. Regularly changing your filters is the least expensive step you can take to ensure that your home is receiving the best indoor air quality.

Water Heater Replacement and Repair

Having a reliable hot water supply is essential in any home or business. When choosing the appropriate water heater for your home, you should discuss your options with an experienced professional. If you notice signs of hot water shortages, leaks from your water tank, or odor or discoloration of your water, contact us today.

40 Years Experience

We’ve been serving Birmingham and the surrounding communities since 1977.

Satisfaction Guaranteed

We guarantee that we will get it right. We will work until you are satisfied.

Free Estimate

We give free estimates on new units and free second opinions.


We repair, replace and service residential clients within our service area.


We repair, replace and service commercial clients within our service area.

Call Us Today205.631.2040

Our Customers Matter

Our recipe for service is quite simple: Treat every customer with the respect they deserve. We have been in business for over 40 years because of the quality of our work and our customers continue to return and refer us to others. Our promise to every customer is to be honest and complete the job.

  • Professionally trained staff
  • Quality products and care
  • Free estimates and honest pricing 
  • Satisfaction guaranteed


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PO Box 251, Gardendale, AL 35071





    The 25 best DS games of all time

    We count down the best DS games and highlight the 25 absolute must-play titles

    Beef up your collection or wallow in nostalgia with the best nds roms games to grace the Nintendo handheld. Nintendo may have described the DS as its “third pillar” when it made its original debut, but it soon proved to be a far more durable system than either the GameCube or Game Boy Advance. By the time Nintendo had moved onto the 3DS, its previous console had sold over a staggering 154 million units, making it the most successful system the company had ever released. Consider this, not only did the DS outsell both the GameCube and Game Boy Advance, its sales were higher than the NES, SNES, and N64 combined, that’s one hell of a legacy.

    Blessed with a diverse library of games, and built around a distinctive stylus that anyone could get to grips with, Nintendo’s handheld reached beyond just gamers and was just as much a hit with grandparents as it was with traditional gamers. Yes it has an insane amount of shovelware and yes some of its games rely on naff gimmicks, but there are an incredible amount of gems in the machine’s 2000+ library. The following titles will help highlight why Nintendo’s DS became so popular. Third pillar indeed…

    Hotel Dusk: Room 215

    Developer Cing may have long since disbanded but its legacy lives on thanks to titles like Hotel Dusk and its equally enjoyable follow-up, Last Window: The Secret Of Cape West. Played with the DS held vertically, Hotel Dusk feels like a virtual book where you read engaging dialogue but can use your stylus to traverse the titular hotel and solve numerous clever puzzles. The mystery behind the hotel unfolds beautifully thanks to engaging characters, a strong narrative, and great pacing, while the distinctive art style also helps it stand apart from similar games on Nintendo’s system. Cing’s Another Code: Two Memories, is equally worthy of your time.

    Viva Pinata: Pocket Paradise

    The original Viva Pinata was planned for Pocket PCs, so it’s nice that Tim Stamper’s original idea has come full circle and is now playable in your hand. One of the most impressive aspects of Pocket Paradise is not only its distinctive isometric visuals but just how similar it is to the original Xbox 360 release. Granted, it lacks its spectacular aesthetics and certain elements have been cut, but the core game is all here, allowing you to tend your garden and breed new Pinatas to your heart’s content, while the clever stylus controls and context-sensitive top screen makes it easy to tend the needs of your many cute critters.

    Pokémon Conquest

    Nintendo’s decision to pair its popular Pokémon series with Tecmo Koei’s Nobunaga’s Ambition franchise makes a lot more sense when you realize just how popular Koei’s strategy game is in Japan. While some will be disappointed that only 649 Pokémon are included and that many of their special moves are missing, you can’t fault how solid the game’s many battles are or the balanced combat mechanics at its core. Like the best crossovers, it pulls key elements from both games but isn’t afraid to forge its own identity as you explore the gorgeous Ransei Region with your loyal Eevee.

    Trauma Center: Under The Knife 2

    Turn your humble stylus into a scalpel, laser, or even a defibrillator as you attempt to patch up patients in Vanguard’s enjoyable sequel. Set three years after the events of the DS original, the plot is delightfully absurd and focuses on returning Doctor Derek Stiles, who is struggling to use his famed Healing Touch (which allows you to slow down time during play). Each patient you encounter requires various techniques, from blitzing viruses and suturing up wounds, to performing delicate skin grafts and even fixing broken bones. It makes for a ridiculous blend of pressure and fun as your trembling fingers and sweating forehead would happily trade it all in for a simple game of Operation.

    The Legend Of Zelda: The Phantom Hourglass

    Interestingly, Zelda’s DS adventures didn’t quite match the majesty of the earlier Game Boy games, although they remain compelling releases in their own rights. We’ve opted for The Phantom Hourglass over Spirit Tracks because we feel it makes far better use of the touchscreen and we like the way you continually have to return to and explore a gigantic dungeon rather than tackling smaller ones like in other Zelda titles. It looks lovely too, retaining the distinctive cel-shaded look of The Wind Waker and its mechanically rich, offering new items to use, while the Phantom Hourglass of the title gives you a unique way to explore the vibrant game world.

    Planet Puzzle League

    Nintendo’s dual-screen console is awash with great puzzle games, but this is the puzzler that rarely leaves our console’s cartridge slot. Known as Panel De Pon in Japan this gem of a title from Intelligent Systems requires you to match colored tiles into groups of three or more before your bin fills up. Blocks can be moved with a simple swipe of the stylus and there are a number of different gameplay modes to enjoy as well that range from clearing all the blocks above a Clear line to scoring as many points as possible in a set time limit. Throw in some fantastic multiplayer modes and a fun selection of Daily Challenges and Planet Puzzle League becomes incredibly hard to put down.

    Professor Layton and the Unwound Future

    The third game in Level-5’s popular puzzle series remains the best one to date. Professor Layton and Luke’s new adventure doesn’t just impress thanks to the cleverness of its puzzles, but also in their sheer diversity. There are over 160 different puzzles here for the pair to solve, which will have you tackling everything from number-based conundrums and visual-based headscratchers, to simple sliding puzzles and cerebral logic ticklers. Even if you do find certain puzzles too tricky to manage there’s a generous hint system in place which means you’re never too far away from enjoying the excellent unfolding story at the heart of the game.

    Castlevania: Dawn Of Sorrow

    All three Castlevania DS games are worthy of your collection, but Dawn Of Sorrow is the one we continually return to the most. While its touchscreen uses are poorly implemented (you draw seals to finish off bosses) everything else is pure Metroidvania and it’s a worthy follow-up to the GBA hit, Aria Of Sorrow. Protagonist Soma Cruz returns and so too does the Tactical Soul system, which has been enhanced in numerous ways so souls can be also traded in to upgrade and create new weapons. Graphically it’s a staggering update over its GBA predecessor thanks to atmospheric locations and some gargantuan and loathsome-looking bosses.

    Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective

    In addition to creating the Phoenix Wright games, Shu Takumi also bamboozled gamers with this excellent adventure. Protagonist Sissel is an amnesia-stricken spirit and it’s your task to discover what happened to him as you traverse both the Ghost World and the real world. Being a spirit Sissel has to rely on inanimate objects to move around in the Ghost World, but he can also possess corpses and even question them to learn clues about their deaths. Once armed, he has four minutes to go back and potentially prevent them from dying. It’s a neat mechanic and Sissel can perform similar feats in the real world where he can use his tricks to manipulate events that will help progress the excellent story.

    Bangai-O Spirits

    The DS is very underserved when it comes to shoot-’em-ups but it does have this wonderfully chaotic offering from Treasure to even things out. Everything about Treasure’s game is absolutely crazy, from its absurd plot to the insane amount of missiles that can fill the play area when things get heated up. It effortlessly blends hardcore shooting with clever puzzles and constantly keeps you on your toes with inventive curveballs that ensure no two levels ever feel the same. And when you do get bored of the 160-odd stages that Bangai-O Spirits throws at you there’s the option to create your own, cleverly encode them as sound files and then share them with others.

    New Super Mario Bros

    As Nintendo continued to push Mario’s 3D games to outrageous new heights, his traditional side-on adventures fell by the wayside. When New Super Mario Bros made its debut in 2006 there hadn’t been a mainline side-on game since Super Mario World in 1990. You soon forget that lengthy gap once you dive into the game’s cleverly constructed levels and discover delightful new power-ups like the mega mushroom that causes Mario to increase in size, destroying anything he comes into contact with or the Mini Mushroom that shrinks him down and is essential for reaching certain levels. It’s a brilliant return to form for the popular plumber and 30 million copies were sold as a result. Have we missed one of your favorite titles? Click ‘next page’ to continue our countdown of the best DS games.

    Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story

    The DS has a huge number of great RPGs, but none of them can compete with the brilliance of Nintendo’s dynamic duo. Alpha Dream’s achingly funny adventure continues to build on the combat mechanics introduced in the earlier games but mixes things up by introducing Bowser as a playable character, who doesn’t realize that Mario and Luigi are carrying out their own adventure inside his body via the bottom screen. It’s a superb set-up for a game and the action routinely switches between the two screens as the trio attempt to take down Fawful. Filled with inventive touches – enemies Bowser inhales are then sent to the Mario brothers to fight – and blessed by a razor-sharp script, Bowser’s Inside Story is the most fun you can have on Nintendo’s dual-screen console.

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