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Our primary customer base includes project owners, architects, engineers, as well as general and specialty contractors.

We offer our broad expertise, efficiency, and a quality-driven professional workforce. Our activities include mechanical system construction, and proven quality control procedures.

You can choose either:

  1. The "design-build" approach whereby you have a guaranteed price and one contractor who coordinates a team (architect, engineer, and subcontractors), or,
  2. The "plan and spec" approach whereby you are in control of specific project costs and consultants.

With the "design-build" approach, both the design and construction are handled under one contract. Some of the advantages to the owner can include savings of time and money, and less stress in working with one competent contractor.

Peak Mechanical Partnership offers you:

  • Mechanical Contracting
  • Commercial Plumbing
  • Commercial Heating and Air Conditioning
  • Commercial Repair, Service and Installations

Our Mechanical Expertise is in:

  • Air Balancing
  • Air Cleaners
  • Bath Fixtures
  • Boiler Systems
  • Chilled Water Systems
  • Computer Room Units
  • Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication
  • Exhaust Units
  • Fire and Smoke Dampers
  • Heating and Air Package Systems
  • Heating and Air Split Systems
  • Hospital and Laboratory Installations
  • Humidifiers
  • Kitchen Fixtures
  • Medical Gas Installations
  • Multi-Zone Systems
  • Process Piping
  • Refrigeration
  • Rooftop Units
  • Vent Hoods
  • Ventilation
  • Water Balancing
  • Water, Gas and Sewer Lines

To see photos of some of our past Commercial projects, click here.

If you'd like more details about a specific project, or are interested in how Peak Mechanical can help you meet your needs in a realistic, cost-effective manner, click here to contact us directly.

To view the Code of Conduct, by which we run our business, click here.

We were honoured to receive a Certificate of Recognition (COR) from the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) in June 2005 that acknowledges our strong commitment to health and safety issues.