Wyatt Taylor was already familiar with MTB Mechanical thanks to the recommendation of a friend. So, when an opening in the Design and Estimating Department became available in the spring, he didn’t hesitate and he’s never looked back.
“MTB puts time and detail into choosing the right system for your house,” Wyatt says. “Rather than guessing or just estimating, they determine how much heating and cooling is actually needed.”
Originally from Kannapolis, Wyatt had previously worked in project management at a commercial HVAC company before joining MTB.
“There is so much to learn on a daily basis,” he says. “How many units does a house need and what size should they be? How much ductwork is needed for efficiency? MTB provides great guidance and I enjoy the daily challenges.”
When he’s not at the office, Wyatt can be found spending time with his family and friends, either out on the lake or playing golf. His favorite television shows include “Parks and Recreation” and, ironically, “The Office.”
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