Our family-operated business manufactures only top-quality hydronic heating equipment. Acknowledged as a leader in research and product development, NTI is a pioneer in developing the most advanced and efficient home heating equipment.
NTI boilers are developed using state-of-the-art computer assisted design techniques and in accordance with the guidelines of the Canadian Standards Association and A.S.M.E. industry codes. Our on-site laboratory and training facilities at our head office in Saint John, New Brunswick ensure that we maintain our commitment to ongoing quality control, product development and contractor support.
Our customer service hotline and extended warranty program maintain our commitment to you. With NTI, you're buying quality, North American-made comfort.
A new home heating system is a decision you will live with for a very long time. When considering the price and financing options of the equipment, also review the energy and cost savings it provides.
Complete your limited lifetime warranty registration for your NTI Boiler. Simply fill in the online form or download a PDF version to complete by post.
NTI very much discourages the practice of consumers buying our products online. Our boilers are sophisticated appliances, and require extensive training to install and service.
On Tuesday, February 17, 2009, President Obama signed into law H.R. 1, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (version 8), which is comprised of two primary parts.
Division A is a series of appropriation provisions while Division B is primarily tax and other provisions and includes specific incentives for residential high-efficiency HVAC equipment.
I spent a month searching for the right boiler for my application and believe I have chosen correctly. I am a journeyman electrician and did the electrical installation for this unit. I was very pleased with the ease of set-up and installation of the unit. It is probably the best boiler I have ever had the pleasure of wiring. Keep up the good work quality equipment is becoming harder and harder to find.
M. Zummack (Journeyman Electrician)