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Repair | Maintenance | Installation | Building Efficiency Improvements 

North Valley Mechanical supports local establishments, big or small, by providing professional and high-quality HVAC services. Our expertise has solved problems for buildings in Cave Creek all the way to Mesa. The highest priority for every project is keeping your business/tenants comfortable from open to close. No mess, just expert workmanship.

Building upgrades lead to better air and better air leads to happy tenants or customers. Duct upgrades, insulation improvements, and air loss evaluations can save you dollars and exponentially improve comfort.

You may have seen our work at ​The Buffalo Chip Saloon​ in Cave Creek, ​Equality Health (Formerly Cooperstown) in Downtown Phoenix, ​Optima Camelview​ in Scottsdale, ​Grace United Methodist Church​ in Mesa or ​Residence Inn​ in Peoria.

“I have managed the concierge office at Optima Camelview in Scottsdale for the last 8 years I have worked with a handful of vendors over the years and made many lasting relationships. It’s our job to ensure the residents there get top quality service no matter what the issue…

– Julie –

Maintenance tailored specifically to your needs.

We evaluate your system and create a maintenance plan that will extend your system’s operating life, lower your bills, and keep your business and/or tenants comfortable.


Meet lease requirements by letting us handle them for you. Cleanings, filter swaps, replacements, air tests and more are our job to handle, not yours.


Tenant improvements like better air flow and improved air quality keep properties full. Lower tenant turnover with comfort investments for your building today.

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Renewable Energy Made Effortless

SunTrac Solar hybrid climate systems boost efficiency and salvage wasted operating costs by replacing mechanical energy used by your system with solar thermal energy.

Positively impact the planet while reducing cooling expenses by 25-40%