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Park Mechanical Heating & Air
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3104 O St. , Suite A, Sacramento, CA 95816, United States
916-452-4154
Home Services Air Conditioning Plumbers and Heating Technicians
Park Mechanical Heating & Air Sacramento
About Park Mechanical Heating & Air
The last thing a homeowner wants or needs is a major plumbing issue that can ultimately cause structural damage to your home. That’s where we can help. At Park Mechanical, Inc., Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing, we provide a full range of residential plumbing services, and are dedicated to providing professional, trustworthy and affordable service on every job.

With more than two decades experience, we have installed countless water heaters in single-family homes, condos, apartments and townhouses all over Sacramento. All our skilled-technicians are background-checked, thoroughly experienced and trained to efficiently and safely install your new water heater.
Whether you’re replacing a broken, old unit, being proactive and installing a new model, or switching to a tankless water heater, our skilled technicians can answer any of your questions and, if you contact us by noon, install your new water heater the same day you call.
Most importantly, our technicians are local to the area, which means they are up-to-date on all local plumbing codes, safety regulations and regional Replacemento trends.
We install AO Smith water heaters, and are an official AO Smith service provider for Sacramento.
   
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Barney B
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Park Mechanical Heating & Air
04/10/11

Good service, right price.

A couple of weeks back, the pouring rains and frosty nights gave way to a few days of unusually warm weather. My house was built during the Eisenhower administration so it has minimal insulation and on hot days (anything above 70 degrees)...
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