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Sievert Mechanical Services Inc.

Service Division

Sievert Mechanical Services offers custom preventive maintenance solutions and equipment replacement and installation. We service and repair HVAC, refrigeration and other process equipment systems.

When you’re looking for service, you need to know you can get it. Now. At Sievert Mechanical Services, we’re here for you. We provide 24-hour emergency service, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Our services include:

  • Preventative maintenance contracts for refrigeration and HVAC/R
  • HVAC/R: commercial/industrial/institutional, repair, retrofit and replacement, design and engineering
  • Energy management: Building automation and monitoring
  • Boiler Service — steam, hot water, thermal oil — repair, replacement and installation
  • Make-up air equipment
  • Piping: design, repair and installation
  • Re-tubing of boilers
  • Compressor overhaul
  • Training for HVAC/R service operation
  • Water heater installation and service
  • Rooftop package unit repair and replacement
  • Steam, hot water and condensate
  • Air/water testing and balancing
  • Chillers: inspection, repair and replacement
  • Refrigerant: reclaim, recovery, recycling and conversion
  • Refrigeration: coolers and ice machine display cases
  • Oil/refrigerant analysis
  • Leak detection (pressure or chemical)
  • Combustion air analysis
  • Field bearing replacement and vibration analysis
  • Oil/refrigerant analysis
  • Water treatment
  • Design, inspection, troubleshooting and repair of computer support systems
  • MRI service
  • Electronic and pneumatic control systems
  • Building commissioning and re-commissioning services
  • Building energy and operational studies

Our energy surveys have helped countless companies evaluate various mechanical and electrical systems to determine the most economical way to operate equipment. Changes we’ve suggested in operation and maintenance procedures have resulted in more efficient operations and provided substantial reductions in utility costs.