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Trust the Local Matthews, North Carolina Cooling Experts

Our Promise to You is to Perform the Correct Cooling Service at an Honest Price

When you need Cooling services, trust the experts at MTB Mechanical. Our technicians have the skills, knowledge, and tools to fix most Cooling problems on the spot.

When your MTB Mechanical technician arrives at your home they will explain all of your options before starting repairs so you can make informed decisions before any work begins. We service and repair most brands of equipment, so you can trust us to perform a professional Cooling job.

We're not happy until you're happy.

MTB Mechanical is Here for All of Your Cooling Needs!

  • BBB Accredited A+ Rated
  • Expert advice from professional, licensed & NATE certified technicians
  • Financing Options Available Subject To Credit Approval
  • We offer a Semi Annual Maintenance Plan
  • Upfront Pricing
  • Still have questions? Contact us for all your Cooling questions!
MTB Mechanical is Proudly & Professionally Offering Cooling Services in the Matthews, North Carolina area.

Can my air conditioning control humidity in my building?

Once your air conditioner has passed its seventh year, it’s likely that any major repair is going to be more expensive than replacing the unit. An older unit that’s showing signs of trouble and needs frequent visits from the repairman, that cools poorly, or suddenly creates much higher energy bills than in years past is probably ready to be replaced.

What is the average life of an air conditioner?

Many air conditioners can last 15 to 20 years, if maintained properly. You may need a few repairs along the way, but a technician can usually catch and fix small problems during your annual clean and check.

Can my air conditioning control humidity in my building?

When properly designed and controlled, your air conditioning system definitely should keep the air in your building between 40 and 60 percent relative humidity. While there are a number of methods used to help your air conditioner remove humidity from the air, the most efficient methods involve using heat generated by the air conditioner itself to cause the unit to run long enough to remove the moisture from the air. If your building is too humid or too dry, your HVAC tech can check if your humidistat is properly set, or if your system requires maintenance.

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