Mathis-Salfi Mechanical Services, LLC is a residential and light commercial HVAC contractor in Cape May Court House, NJ. For years, we've had customers across the area count on us for heating and air conditioning services.
We complete everything from general maintenance to retrofit installs and new construction HVAC installations in Cape May Court House and the nearby New Jersey communities. Whether your heater's broken or you need an AC check, Mathis-Salfi Mechanical Services is here to help.
Call our heating and cooling specialists today at (609) 967-7584 to schedule an appointment, or at any hour for emergency service.
We provide nothing less than exceptional customer service. Any time HVAC is involved, you may feel anxious about the cost and quality of service. Don't worry - Mathis-Salfi Mechanical Services can provide you with:
We at Mathis-Salfi Mechanical Services believe that our customers make our business; they are the most important asset we have! Without the trust of our customers, where would we be? That's why we continue to offer the best in HVAC related products and services.
We're a family here, and that's how we treat our customers and employees as well. We want you to feel comfortable with us and our mechanics, and that's why we back up our workmanship with a one year guarantee. If something we installed or serviced isn't working to your expectations, we will make it right, free of charge. We also offer after hours emergency service for those times when the unthinkable happens.
When it comes to your home comfort, you want the best available HVAC system to ensure you remain comfortable for the life of your home. That's why we offer TRANE heating and cooling equipment. TRANE has some of the most advanced and serviceable HVAC equipment on the market and we are proud to be able to offer these top notch products to all of our customers.
DISCLAIMER: Any guarantee made in this statement is on OUR WORKMANSHIP only - we do not personally guarantee/warranty any HVAC equipment. All equipment is warranteed through the manufacturer.
Everything you put into your home is an investment. A properly installed, high efficiency HVAC system is one that could provide the highest return, and not just a financial one. It could mean the difference between liking your home and loving your home. When considering a new, high efficiency system, price should not be the first consideration - although it is important to not feel taken advantage of and only spend what you feel comfortable with. Next to the purchase of a home, an HVAC system is typically the second most expensive purchase a homeowner will make. That is why we strive to provide you with all the options when upgrading or installing a new HVAC system.
The higher the efficiency, the lower the energy bills and the more comfortable you'll be when spending time at home. Not everyone wants or needs a super efficient TRANE XV20i condenser paired with a TRANE XC95m modulating furnace or HYPERION air handler, but we would be willing to bet that the family with that system is very content with their low energy bills, superior comfort and their ability to hear themselves talk when their heat or air is running.
Another upside to a high efficiency system is its ability to modulate to the need of the environment. Say it's a mild winter day around 40 degrees with the sun shining. The furnace might only need to run at 40% capacity to keep the house up to temperature, and at night when the temperature drops to 25 degrees, the furnace might run at 70% capacity. The savings the system could offer would end up paying for itself. Most all standard furnaces, air handlers, condensers and heat pumps operate in two stages, on and off. Meaning when the system is running, it is running at 100% capacity, or all the way on. When it is off, it is not operating at all. In most cases, a home very seldom ever needs 100% of the heating or cooling capacity that the system can produce. When a system is sized, the rule of thumb is size for the hottest day of the summer and the coldest day of the winter. Which in our area is usually 95 degrees and 0 degrees.
How many of those days do we actually see? Not many, so why pay electricity and gas for those days if 95% of the time you don't have them? Doesn't make much sense, does it? So, when considering a new HVAC system or an upgrade, don't just go for the standard or bottom dollar piece of equipment.
Think about what the system can offer you and your family, not to mention the resale value of your home. If you are interested in finding out more about high efficiency systems and what they can offer you, give us a call and we will design a system to meet your home's needs.