Heating Repair and Maintenance

Routine Maintenance and Heating Service

A typical heating and cooling system in Minnesota cycles more than 5,000 times a year—choose MMT Heating & Cooling for quality maintenance and heating service to keep your system operating efficiently. Our team of heating contractors is second-to-none. They’ve been exceptionally trained in order to better serve our customers in the Greater Duluth area.

Whether you heat your home with a furnace, boiler or heat pump, we can help you maintain its operation with regular cleanings and inspection of parts such as controls, coils, wiring and more. Homeowners who have their comfort systems serviced regularly have one-third fewer breakdowns than those who don’t maintain their units. Opting for regular maintenance can save you money by reducing the need for repairs, extending the life of your current furnace or boiler and maintaining efficiency. We can even remind you of when you’re due for service so you never have to worry about a thing.

Furnace and Boiler Heating Repair

At one point or another in your unit’s life cycle, repairs are going to be needed. It’s all part of the system’s operation—normal wear is to be expected, but that’s not any cause for concern. With a proper inspection and assessment, our team of technicians can assure you of what repairs are needed without overselling unnecessary ones—our service is honest and trustworthy. We can perform any repairs your system requires to get it running safely.

Should the repair cost be sizable compared to the age and state of your heating system, we will help you weigh out the costs of a repair versus a new installation to ensure you’re making the most of your home comfort investment. Our 24-hour availability means you’re our priority and so is your heating system. We offer personalized care because every job is unique—we don’t want to just replace your system; we want to form a long-term relationship with you and help you make the best choice. After all, we are neighbors in the Duluth area.

Fun Fact: About 60% of U.S. homes are heated with gas fired forced air furnaces.