Call the experts at Bradley Mechanical today (714) 964-4600.
We hold both a C-20 HVAC Contractor’s license and a C-43 Sheet Metal Contractor’s license.

Orange County’s leading provider of comprehensive heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC) sales, installation, maintenance, and repair services.

Our owner, Michael Bradley, has worked in the HVAC industry since 1984, and established Bradley Mechanical with the goal of providing commercial, industrial, and residential clients throughout Orange County with the highest quality heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration products available in conjunction with expert maintenance and repair services, and offering both for the most affordable prices possible.

Since 1998, Bradley Mechanical has provided thousands of satisfied Orange County business owners, homeowners, industrial clients, and construction industry professionals with top quality heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems at competitive prices.

All of our expert technicians are NATE-certified, and are factory-trained and approved by most major manufacturers. In addition, they are required to participate in a rigorous schedule of ongoing training in the latest developments in the field concerning product design and energy efficiency standards. Moreover, our team of service professionals is very experienced, and has over 100 years of collective experience working in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration industry.

The purchase of a new heating, cooling, or ventilation system for your home, business, or industrial facility is an investment in the equipment as well as in the contractor who installs it.

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Choose a professional who will be reliable and responsive to your needs throughout the design and installation process, as well as on into the future.

At Bradley Mechanical, our affordably-priced, comprehensive preventative maintenance and repair services will help to extend the life of your system, guard against unforeseen system problems, and will enable your system to operate at its peak performance level, preventing disruptive system malfunctions, and helping to save you money on utility bills.