HVAC Services in San Francisco - Peterson Mechanical
Bay Area Plumbing & Mechanical Contractor Since 1915

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Our HVAC services keep San Francisco residents comfortable in their homes and businesses all year long.

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San Francisco Heating & Air Conditioning – Repair, Maintenance & Installation

Peterson Mechanical provides professional heating and air conditioning (HVAC) repair, installation, and maintenance services in San Francisco homes and businesses. We have the equipment, the expertise, and the training to ensure that your commercial HVAC or residential HVAC system operates at its best.

HVAC Services for San Francisco Homes & Businesses

As a locally owned and operated heating and cooling company, we understand the year-round HVAC needs of our San Francisco County customers. Experienced technicians stand ready around the clock to react to all situations—from routine maintenance to drop-everything emergency repairs.

Our licensed mechanical engineers install, maintain, and repair the following:

  • Boilers
  • Central Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Chillers
  • Cooling Towers
  • Exhaust Fans
  • Mechanical Drawings
  • Gas/LP Propane Furnaces
  • Heat Pumps
  • Packaged Units
  • High-Rise HVAC Systems
  • Swamp Coolers
  • VRF/Ductless Systems
  • Custom Flashing
  • Wall Furnaces
  • Critical Systems
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Custom Gutters
  • Mechanical HVAC Design
  • Custom Sheet Metal
  • Evaporative Coolers

Request Your Competitive Estimate

Peterson Mechanical is your trusted source for heating and air conditioning repair, maintenance, and installation services in San Francisco. Whatever your HVAC needs may be, we invite you to contact us here for an estimate.

For faster service please call (707) 938-8481 today.

Quality & Safety from Design to Build

Our full-service HVAC company has perfected high-quality mechanical engineering projects under strict safety guidelines in the following sectors:

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