A recent chiller rental project: Mechanical Services answered the call and responded quickly to deliver a Ware chiller to the Augusta Civic Center – a convention and exhibition facility, with 49,000 total square feet, owned and operated by the City of Augusta.
In the News
Courtesy of WAGM-TV
(August 2009) — When the Aroostook Centre Mall in Presque Isle determined that its energy technology was obsolete and more importantly, uneconomical, it looked to Mechanical Services to help.
The mall conducted an energy audit and found it was using an excessive amount of electricity to heat and air condition its vast retail space. One of the first solutions was to upgrade to a more efficient propane heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit — and recycle the old electric-fired 20-ton units.
It’s the first step to a greener mall says General Manager Patti Crook. See the full report from WAGM-TV 8.
(April 2008) — In a recent news story about the Governor’s Energy Conference on WCSH 6 — the local NBC TV affiliate — expert Jim Poitras from Mechanical Services pointed out that the cost savings from installing energy efficient systems can be very real.
“We’ve done projects with less than a year payback and a substantial amount of money. We’re talking sixty, seventy thousand dollars with a one year pay back on high efficiency combustion controls.”