EMCOR Mechanical Services

EMCOR Mechanical Services (EMS) provides comprehensive, full-service HVAC and mechanical solutions.

Whether performing routine tasks as part of our preventative maintenance programs, like changing out filters, or working on large projects such as chiller overhauls or complete HVAC system retrofits, our extensive suite of HVAC and mechanical services are designed to meet even the most challenging need.

EMS technicians are available 24/7/365 and dispatched using wireless tablet technology supported by an extensive resource database. This technology allows for access to innovative industry-specific applications and helps ensure faster response times and accurate troubleshooting.

National facility services portfolio solutions

Our national footprint of over 3,500 skilled field technicians are trained to work on virtually any brand of equipment in every type of facility in nearly every major U.S. market.

Coupled with the strength and resources of EMCOR’s national portfolio of companies, EMS is well positioned to provide the same consistent, quality service in both local and national markets.

Our mechanical services capabilities include:

  • HVAC
  • Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance Service
  • Service & Repair
  • Design-Build
  • Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Programs
  • Building Automation Systems Services
  • Work Order Management
  • ?24/7/365 Response

To see how EMS can help with all of your mechanical services needs, please contact us today.

We excel at delivering mechanical services as part of our nationwide facility services.

At EMCOR Building Services, we keep facilities operating at peak efficiency for hundreds of clients. EMCORVia helps our clients keep a mindful eye on every aspect of work order management—we put the power of visibility, access and collaboration directly in their hands. Learn more.

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We can provide preventive maintenance programs that include mechanical services.

Employees at EMCOR Services New England Mechanical are rigging a 79,000 pound boiler down 16 feet into a client's boiler room.