Commercial Mechanical Services2021-07-27T13:44:40+00:00

Commercial Mechanical Services

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Why Choose MEC for Commercial Mechanical Services?

M.E.C carry out a wide range of commercial mechanical services. From heating services such as boiler plant and equipment installations, all the way through to specialist mechanical services such as commercial sprinkler installations and building management systems. With a fully qualified and experienced team of experts, M.E.C promise a smooth and professional approach to all our clients across any of the Commercial Mechanical Services listed below.

Whatever the project and whatever the industry, M.E.C want to hear from you. For more information or to discuss any potential projects, head on over to our Contact Us page and fill out the on page form. Alternatively, you can call us directly on 01621 853883

Commercial Service Plans

Mechanical Services List

We understand that each customers situation and needs will vary depending on the job at hand. As a result, you may need to know the full extent of our commercial plumbing capabilities. That’s why we’re fully prepared to be completely transparent with any of our future clients. M.E.C is dedicated to providing as much information on who we are and what we do.

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Heating Services

  • Boiler Plant & Equipment Installations
  • CHP Installations
  • Water Treatment and Filtration Systems
  • Chlorination & Chemical Dosing
  • District Heating Systems
  • Underfloor / Radiator Heating
  • Warm Air Systems
  • Heat Interface Units (HIUs)

Ventilation and Air Conditioning

  • Mechanical Extract Ventilation Installations (MEV)
  • Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery Installations (MVHR)
  • Plantroom Ventilation
  • VRF / VRV / DX Air Conditioning Systems
  • Ductwork Distribution

Chilled Services

  • Chilled Plant & Equipment Installations
  • Water Treatment and Filtration Systems
  • Chlorination & Chemical Dosing
  • District Chilled Pipework Systems
  • Cool Air Systems Via Fan Coil Units (FCUs)
  • Chilled Interface Units (CIUs)


  • Ground Source Heat Pump Systems
  • Air Source Heat Pump Systems
  • CHP Installation Systems
  • Biomass Installation Systems
  • Solar Installations Systems

Specialist Mechanical Services

  • Plant Rooms
  • Energy Centres
  • Temporary/Pre-fabricated Plant Rooms
  • Pre-Fabrication HIU / CIU Boards
  • External District Heating & Chilled Pipework Systems
  • Gas Installations
  • Commercial Sprinkler Installations – In accordance with BS 12845 Regulations
  • Domestic Sprinkler Installations – In accordance with BS 9251 Regulations
  • Dry & Wet Riser Installations – In accordance with BS 9990 Regulations
  • Carpark Smoke Ventilation Systems
  • Environmental Ventilation Systems
  • Automatic Ventilation Systems (AOV)
  • Building Management Systems (BMS)
  • Meter Billing & Energy Monitoring Systems

Commercial Plumbing FAQ’s

When should I get a full commercial plumbing inspection?2021-06-14T12:37:13+00:00

The answer here can vary depending on the nature of the property and of your establishment.

A simple answer to when you should get a full inspection of your commercial plumbing done is:

  • Before Signing up to a Leased Commercial Property. If you’re getting ready to add a new location, make sure you have a full professional plumbing inspection done first. This can help you avoid nasty surprises later on.
  • After a Major or Natural Disaster. Here in the UK, we won’t experience the likes of major earthquakes, but high winds and heavy storms can still affect plumbing across the property. Let’s not forget major incidents like fires, flooding, and other occurrences that can damage your building’s infrastructure.
  • At Least Once a Year. Even if you’re doing everything by the book and not causing any damage to your plumbing, you’ll still want to evaluate the condition of your plumbing every year. This can help you spot major issues so they can be corrected before they become damaging to the property.
What are the minimum qualifications to be a commercial plumber?2021-06-14T11:50:21+00:00

The UK requires that anyone working on or with plumbing systems must complete a City and Guilds National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level 2 and 3 in Mechanical Engineering Services for Plumbing.

What does a Commercial Plumber do on larger sites and developments?2021-06-14T11:58:43+00:00

A commercial plumber installs and maintains large-scale waste removal and water supply systems for commercial businesses, sites and developments.

We work internally and externally to the blueprints and the Health & Safety procedures of the site. Commercial plumbers work alongside other trades against strict timelines to ensure the work is completed without hindering other jobs and, or, the overall build completion date. This and so much more is what M.E.C can do on larger sites and developments!

What’s the difference between residential and commercial plumbing?2021-06-14T11:58:07+00:00

The short answer is actually quite simple. Residential plumbing will usually consist of work on a much smaller scale across single residential properties.

Commercial plumbing consists of work that can span across multiple floors and multiple commercial properties. The extent of the jobs at hand are also much larger in nature and take longer to complete

What plumbing work can you carry out?2021-06-14T11:57:51+00:00

M.E.C carries out a wide variety of plumbing services for all Commercial properties. From leaking taps to boiler installations. For a full list of our plumbing capabilities, check out our commercial service pages

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