Our team of expertly trained technicians is ready to take on any challenge with your heating system. We provide up-front pricing for repairs and charge by the job, rather than by the hour, which eliminates any guesswork.
MTB’s technicians are up-to-date on current trends in HVAC technology. We also have long-term relationships with a variety of suppliers, so we can secure the necessary parts for a job quickly and get your system up and running in short order.
Whether it’s a conventional gas or electric unit, a high-efficiency model, or a hybrid dual-fuel heating system, a quality furnace equals a smart long-term investment.
This makes it very important to choose a well-built furnace, with proven reliability. Furnaces are rated by the Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency ratio (AFUE), which is the percentage of heat produced for every dollar of fuel consumed. An older gas furnace could waste up to 45% of the heat it generates. But today’s furnaces can operate at as much as 97% AFUE, which means instant cost savings in operation.
One size does not fit all. MTB’s comfort specialists welcome the opportunity to meet with you to discuss your individual needs and concerns. We take a scientific approach to the many factors that determine the system is just right for your home and your family, including:
- The size of your home, the direction it faces, and the number and type of windows in your home
- The amount of shade on your home’s windows, walls and roof
- The amount of insulation in the ceilings and walls
- The amount of air that leaks into your home from outside
- The amount of heat generated by the appliances and occupants in your home
No matter which heating system you choose, we install it with care, to ensure that you will get the most efficient and comfortable operation for years to come.
As an alternative to a traditional furnace, many homeowners choose a heat pump to heat (and cool) their homes. Unlike a furnace that turns fossil fuel or electricity into heat, the heat pump collects heat that already exists in the outdoor air by means of its refrigeration cycle. Heat pumps can save as much as 30 to 40% of the electricity used for heating.