Summer is far from over! Well, at least the heat is far from over here in Charlotte.Charlotte residents can expect to use their AC until around October and these days you probably have your system running overtime. Think it’s time to talk to a local HVAC expert about a new air conditioner? Or have you been putting off AC maintenance for months? Maybe your system doesn’t seem to work as well as last year, or you’ve been hearing clanging noises in the walls?
MTB Mechanical has the deals for you. We take pride in offering our customers competitive pricing on equipment and service all year long, but this summer we’ve been running some of our best specials in ages. Take a look at our soon-to-expire offers and be sure to schedule your appointment with MTB in the coming weeks!
$30 Off ANY Repair
Does your condenser need servicing? Or maybe your furnace broke last winter and you’ve been waiting to have it fixed? MTB Mechanical is offering $30 off ANY repair in Charlotte, no matter what size! Be sure to mention your coupon when you call and present your technician with a copy at the time of service.
$89 AC Checkup
Perhaps your AC unit started working less efficiently at the end of July, or maybe you’ve been putting off maintenance on a 10+ year old HVAC. Whatever your reason, your air conditioner should be professionally inspected at least once a year…and you’re past-due! Right now, MTB Mechanical is offering Charlotteans a full AC systems inspection for only $89.
And don’t forget…if you need a new air conditioner, you could be eligible for some huge rebates. Qualifying equipment sold by MTB may make you eligible for up to $400 in Duke Energy Rebates and $225 in PNG rebates. Talk to your technician about what you need to get started.
Ready to schedule your appointment?
Contact MTB Mechanical at 704.321.9250
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