Complete HVAC Systems Design / Build
Our HVAC system design / build services help to bring cost and time efficiency to your project and ensures that it fits right, installs right and works as it should.
Our in-house design team brings decades of experience to the table for you. Whether you’re looking to integrate geothermal, traditional fuel or a mix of heating and cooling technologies, we have the experience and know how to handle the project from start to finish.
The professional staff at Mid Coast Energy Systems will craft a complete, fully integrated and energy-efficient mechanical system guaranteed to provide years of reliability and comfort.
We are your one stop problem solvers for your customer design / build needs, including:
- Geo-Thermal Heating & Cooling Systems
- High Efficiency Gas & Oil Heating Equipment
- Radiant Indoor Floor / Outdoor Walkway heating
- New & Replacement High Efficiency Boiler/Furnace Installation & Service
- Ductless Mini-Split & High Velocity Air Conditioning
- Heat & Energy Recovery Ventilation Systems
- Ground & Air Source Heat Pump Systems
- Eco-Friendly Pumps, Water Systems, Water Treatment & Filtration
Common Question: If I replace my heat system, why should I use propane over oil?
Well, there are several reasons why you may or may not want to go with propane over oil. If you have an existing oil system and it needs to be replaced, there are a couple of factors that may cause you to decide you want to go with a propane system instead.
Propane out of the box, as far as the equipment and the installation, is probably going to be more expensive than staying with oil. But if your oil tank is not up to current code standards, there’s going to be an investment into bringing the oil tank up to code or replacing it. If your chimney is not currently code complaint, if it’s not lined, there’s an investment, a significant investment, inlining the chimney.
So you could be looking at $2500 to $3000 to line your chimney, anywhere from $500 to $2500 to bring your oil tank into compliance. And then, when you look at the differential cost of upgrading to a propane system, it may be advantageous for you to consider that.
Also, propane is going to be cleaner, it’s going to operate at a higher efficiency percentage, and you don’t have to have a tank in your basement, which can free up space and alleviate the liability of storing that hazardous fuel in your home.