Mechanical Systems Service

Energy costs are on the rise; buildings are expensive to construct and even more expensive to operate and maintain. Building owners’ operations and capital improvement budgets are shrinking and thus facility managers are being pressured to do more with less. Prairie Mechanical is committed to partnering with our clients for the lifecycle of their facilities. Whether it is properly maintaining your existing equipment to ensure optimal performance or creating a strategic plan to phase out antiquated equipment, Prairie Mechanical collaborates with our clients to create a plan that meets each of their unique operational constraints.

Industry-leading service technicians; that is the Prairie difference!  Not only does our staff of service technicians have over 200 years combined industry experience, they are continuously trained through our United Association affiliation, they stay current on the most advanced heat transfer technologies.  Many of our technicians hold MSCA Star Certifications through the Mechanical Service Contractors of America.  To further develop our service technicians and provide value to our clients, many technicians are sent to manufacturer-specific equipment training to provide factory-authorized start-up and warranty services.


24/7 Emergency Service:

Service issues don’t just occur Monday through Friday.  Prairie Mechanical has service technicians on-call 7 days a week, 24 hours a day so we can quickly mobilize for unexpected failures. Our service fleet also includes two welding trucks for those impromptu piping failures.


Planned Service Agreements:

Ensuring that mechanical systems are properly functioning is the best way to control and minimize operational budgets. Routinely maintaining  mechanical equipment improves equipment reliability, extends equipment life, and reduces energy consumption. Prairie Mechanical works with our clients to create a maintenance plan that is specific to their operational constraints and/or needs.


Planned Equipment Retrofit:

When energy as a resource was relatively inexpensive, facility managers tended to make maintenance decisions based on first cost  as opposed to lifecycle cost. Today, many organizations are paying the price for years of deferred maintenance in the form of excessive energy bills and antiquated equipment. Prairie Mechanical partners with our clients to create a retrofit strategy that works within their operational and capital improvement budgets

Mechanical Services:

• 24/7 Emergency Service

• Planned Service Agreements

• Planned Equipment Retrofit

• Laser Pump Alignment

• Combustion Flue Gas Analysis

• Thermographic Imaging

• System Chemical Treatment

• Refrigerant Management

• Boiler Burner Controls

• Pneumatic Controls


Plumbing Services:

• 24/7 Emergency Service

• Planned Equipment Retrofit

• Backflow Prevention Testing

• Water Efficient Fixture Retrofits

• Drain Cleaning / Camera


Mechanical Equipment:

• Water-cooled / Air-cooled Chillers

• Cooling Towers / Dry-coolers

• Condensing / Non-condensing Boilers

• Burners

• Computer Room Air Conditioners
(CRAC Units)

• Hydronic Pumps

• Air Handling Units

• Rooftop Units

• Condensing Units

• Medical Air Compressors

• Variable Frequency Drives

• Pneumatic Temperature Controls