Saucier Mechanical Services Inc.

About Us

Saucier Mechanical Services, Inc., provides heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration services for commercial, industrial and residential customers throughout the state of Connecticut. Commercial and industrial customers include municipal buildings, factories, churches and health care facilities.

We service, maintain and install all types of commercial HVAC systems including oil and gas boilers, steam systems, chillers and chilled water systems, rooftop equipment and split system air conditioning systems and commercial refrigeration.

Our office is located at 148 Norton Street in the Plantsville section of Southington, with satellite offices located in Norwalk and New London.

Within our newly-renovated 35,000 square foot facility, we have a complete sheet metal fabricating shop with roll feeder and plasma cutting equipment. It is staffed and operated by a full-time licensed sheet metal journeyman and overseen by our sheet metal manager.

Founded in 1991 by Gary Saucier, the company has grown from a one-man operation to a firm with over 30 employees.

The management staff has over seventy years of combined experience in the HVAC industry. We hold State of Connecticut S-1 Contractor or S-2 Unlimited Journeymen licenses and can often be found working at our jobsites as well as managing them. All technicians are registered with the State of Connecticut holding either S-2 or D-2 Licenses.

Our fleet of service and construction vehicles is radio-dispatched and equipped with GPS tracking systems to help ensure that when emergencies occur, we can respond in a timely manner. Prompt and efficient service is our first priority.

At Saucier Mechanical Services, Inc. our mission is to focus all of our experience, energy, facilities and equipment for the customer’s benefit.

Professional Affiliations

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State of CT Licenses

  • S-1 #303635
  • SM-1 # 3108
  • Mechanical Contractor #1129

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