Garden City Plumbing & Heating, Inc. is a full service residential and commercial contractor. Our expert technicians are prepared to work, plan, install, and construct the perfect system for your home or business. Whether you're putting an addition onto your home, developing a new building, or retrofitting your current space, Garden City Plumbing & Heating, Inc. is ready to partner with you.
Since 1985, Garden City Plumbing & Heating, Inc. comes highly recommended by the locals in Missoula, Montana for residential and commercial plumbing and HVAC. We have the expertise and knowledge to work with you to plan and construct the perfect system to fit your home or business.
Here are some of the construction services available for your home or commercial space:
Preconstruction Management - We work with General Contractors and Building Owners to provide mechanical system selection and help with budgeting.
Design Build - We work with the construction team and owners to identify design and build mechanical systems. Our goal is to install the best system for each building.
New Construction & Retrofit - We work on multiple levels of new construction and retrofit projects including;
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