Sander Mechanical is an HVAC service and mechanical construction company that’s been helping building owners
and facility managers create and maintain optimal indoor environments since 1965.
We proudly deliver comprehensive mechanical services and turnkey projects to commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities throughout New Jersey, southern New York, and eastern Pennsylvania. As an MSCA GreenSTAR contractor, the company’s energy solutions have helped many facilities reduce energy consumption, eliminate energy waste, and improve operating costs through intelligent controls, building automation, and high-efficiency HVAC systems.
When it comes to 24/7 emergency HVAC repairs, preventive maintenance plans, predictive maintenance, air balancing, hydronic balancing, and retro-commissioning, we have experienced technicians ready to take on equipment of all types and sizes. We service commercial air conditioning and heating systems, including boilers, furnaces, chillers, cooling towers, heat pumps, packaged rooftop units, split systems, air handlers, condensers, exhaust fans, compressors, motors, pumps, and controls.
Extensive experience in designing, planning, building, and commissioning commercial and industrial mechanical systems, including retrofits, upgrades, new construction, and replacement projects. We install all types of commercial heating and cooling systems, including chilled water systems, DX systems, variable air volume (VAV), variable refrigerant flow (VRF), hydronic and radiant heating, humidification, heat recovery systems, insulation, duct work, steam and process piping.
As an energy partner, we can help your facility effectively manage energy consumption and save money through: energy audits, performance benchmarking, building management systems, intelligent controls, utility bill analysis, commodity procurement, and energy-efficient retrofits and upgrades. We can also increase revenue with ongoing energy management utilizing power metering, energy monitoring, peak demand limiting, and automated demand response.