Nash Mechanical has provided maintenance, service and construction abilities for many Houston area businesses for over 17 years. We bring an honest, economical approach to assembling, installing and maintaining reliable HVAC systems. Some of our customers include businesses in Houston's Galleria, the Katy Mills Mall, several area churches and many public schools.

We will tailor a regular maintenance program to change filters, belts, and the like while also keeping a close eye out for potential problems and system failures. Most importantly, regular maintenance allows for us to provide a financial heads-up for budget conscious business owners and managers while ensuring them priority service in times of heavy call volume. Ironically, many large commercial businesses have more budgeted for their landscaping needs than for something as crucial as air conditioning for their customers and employees. Some of our maintenance customers include regional, multi-branch banking institutions and day care centers. We would be glad to offer references for such customers.

Nash Mechanical does not maintain a "replace it, don't repair it" approach to service. We help business owners make educated decisions about the costs and potential costs involved with servicing and replacing aging equipment. Our goal is to let the customer decide which route better fits their needs by providing honest professional opinions about the condition of their equipment. Our service technicians in no form or fashion receive"commission" for new equipment sales.

Nash Mechanical has completed several construction/installation projects for small and large businesses alike. Such projects have included total system installations including ductwork and well over a 100 tons of air conditioning. We also house our very own sheet metal fabrication facility, avoiding costly build-out delays. For bidding information, please click here.



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