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PMC Southwest delivers comprehensive commercial and industrial refrigeration and electrical solutions to customers throughout California, Nevada, and the western United States. We lead the industry nationwide through the innovation that our teams bring to:

  • Refrigeration and electrical
  • Engineering
  • Design/Build
  • Installation
  • Service & maintenance
  • Regulatory compliance

From keeping our team members up to date on the latest technologies through the PMC Southwest Training Academy, to design engineering the next generation of environmentally-friendly, ammonia-based coolant systems, to our 24-hour-or-less responsiveness with service requests, we strive to maintain our record of 100% client satisfaction.


Commercial Refrigerators

PMC Southwest’s integrated team of professionals design, built and maintain commercial refrigeration and electrical systems that define innovation with state-of-the-art craftsmanship and time-tested durability.


Refrigeration service tools

The proven PMC Southwest service model and in-house Training Academy ensure that every team member is empowered with support and the latest technology. Customers can depend on emergency 24-hour service with a 2-hour response time.

Design & Engineering

Design and engineering blueprints

Our dedicated design and engineering team delivers unsurpassed quality and service with a track record of efficiency that’s unknown to our multi-national competitors. We deliver the personal accountability that they cannot.

Refrigeration equipment

PMC Southwest's refrigerant management compliance professionals — we can help you keep your cool!

When it comes to helping our customers with environmental compliance issues, the PMC Southwest CARB 3 Compliance  professionals lead the industry and the nation. We have operated successfully in the California business climate since 1994. In fact, with our nothern California office’s proximity to the State Capitol, our professionals are often called upon by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to help train the regulators who conduct the environmental reviews.