You may not give your heating and cooling system a second thought — until it’s not working. MTB has something that can put your mind at ease, and ensure your HVAC system is on its A-game year-round: our Priority Comfort Agreement (PCA) for regular maintenance.Think your HVAC system is running fine? It may be now, but regular maintenance, like yearly checkups at the doctor, can catch potential issues before they grow worse. No one likes being without air conditioning in July.
3 benefits of regular maintenance
HVAC systems that receive regular maintenance are 80% less likely to break down
Your HVAC system can operate up to 30% more efficiently
Your HVAC manufacturer requires annual maintenance to keep the warranty intact
MTB wants to make it easy for you. That’s why we offer our Priority Comfort Agreement to keep your HVAC system running smoothly through every season. Your comfort is our top priority.
Benefits of the MTB Priority Comfort Agreement
One heating and one cooling visit per year
50% off diagnostic fees
57-point maintenance tune-up
Two-year warranty on all repairs
Zero after hours, overtime or emergency fees
Earn $50 in loyalty credits annually toward total system replacement
Complies with manufacturer warranty requirements
Automatic reminders when it’s time for maintenance
We’ve been a family-owned business for more than 40 years, charging by the job (not the hour) and giving up-front estimates to our customers. MTB’s trained technicians are up-to-date on current trends in HVAC technology and are excited to help you. Put your comfort in our hands and let us take the guesswork out of your HVAC costs and maintenance.
Want to learn more about our Priority Comfort Agreement? Contact us.
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