With so many heating options on the market today, our goal is to make sure you know exactly what choices you have. Every home has unique heating needs and requires a system to match. Our team is trained to give you the best options while keeping within your budget. We will walk you through the good, better, best and even fantastic options! We understand that this may be a once in a lifetime purchase, so we want to make sure you are as informed as we are when it comes time to make a decision. Go ahead, give us a call and put us to the test.
Forced Air Heating Systems
This is the most common heating system in Minnesota. These systems rely on duct work and vents to distribute warm air throughout your home. The heating system draws the air through the duct work to the furnace. The furnace filters it, warms it, and blows it back out to heat your home. There are many different types of forced air heating systems. Mechanical Energy Systems will help you choose a furnace that is right for your home and for your budget. We will also help you assess indoor air quality needs and recommend the right equipment, such as a humidifier. Regardless of your heating needs, we can explain and help you make the best choice available.
Ductless Heating Systems
Ductless is the trendy heating and cooling system on the market. Think of it as your personalized comfort remote control. Unlike forced air systems, ductless systems don’t rely on any duct work or vents to heat or cool your home. Instead, ductless systems can be easily mounted on a wall or ceiling. Do you need to heat and cool a small space that you don’t often use? Then a ductless system is your new best friend. We offer a full line of high-efficiency ductless solutions that can fit your needs and budget.
Hot Water Heating Systems
Many customers feel more comfortable with the radiant heat that hot water heating systems provide. These systems keep the air at a more even temperature throughout the home, which prevents uncomfortable drafts that other heating systems cause. Hot water heating systems take up less room, have more efficient zonal temperature control and are beneficial for those with allergies, as it does not blow dust around the home.