Tri-R Mechanical Services provides numerous services to our industrial customers including process and containment piping, product transfer systems, dust collection and millwright services.
When you see our trucks in a Western New York mall or plaza, it’s not because we are shopping. Tri-R Mechanical installs, maintains and services HVAC and refrigeration systems for hundreds of commercial customers. Retail stores, medical offices, convenience stores, high-rise offices and big-box outlets are all among our account base.
Service is where it all started for Tri-R back in 1971. At the time we were known as Tri-R Cooling and Heating Inc. The name was changed to better reflect the wide range of services we provide from scheduled planned maintenance to our 24/7 on call service. Our well-equipped trucks and skilled technicians are ready to take care of your mechanical needs
The amount of horsepower of medium and low temperature refrigeration Tri-R Mechanical has designed, installed, maintained and serviced continues to grow. It is in the thousands of horsepower. From an 18,000-square-foot warehouse to a counter top icemaker, we sell and service a wide range of refrigeration equipment.
HELICOPTER LIFT OF 5-25 TON ROOF TOP UNITS AT GALLERIA MALL
Custom-made water cooler built for testing the new Chevy LT1, V-8 and V-6 Engines
Tom Destino’s Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning students at the Niagara Career and Technical Education Center were recently recognized by area heating and cooling professionals, Sam Parise, Kevin Passman of Tri-R Mechanical, Inc and Gary Gorenflo are members of Destino’s Craft Advisory Committee. They came to the center for the Senior Awards Assembly to honor several students for outstanding achievements in the program with scholarships and tools. From left are Art Renteria, LewPort; winner of a $300 scholarship; Matt Smith, Wilson $300 tool award; Ed Popp, Niagara, $300 tool award; Parise, Dan Miller, Newfane, $300 tool award; Brandon Galus, North Tonawanda, $300 tool award, Zach Connery, Niagara Wheatfield, $300 tool award, Passman and Gorenflo.