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For your plumbing, heating & air conditioning needs after 5pm call:

  • 516.394.2000
  • 516.887.4000

Yes, we service all 5 boroughs.



Par is a union labor company. We are affiliated with:

  • Plumbers Local #1 in NYC
  • Steamfitters Local #638 in NYC, Nassau and Suffolk
  • Plumbers Local #200 in Nassau and Suffolk

Contact Sheri Sofio at 516.394.2051 or

Contact Kristy Nilson at 516.394.2329 or

For Plumbing Service, contact:
Laura Bobb-Sebro 516.394.2047

For Heating & Air Conditioning Service, contact:
Larry Kleinman 516.394.2310
Tina Rizzo at 516.394.2057

For estimates, please contact Theresa Herold at (516) 394-2011 or

Please contact Human Resources at (516) 394-2093 or .

Jennifer Santina at 516.394.2024 or

Par’s Heating & Air Conditioning division has been performing HVAC work since 2002.

Our HVAC service contracts include:

  • All labor for performing maintenance on your HVAC systems
  • All emergency service calls, billed at preferred contract customer pricing
  • Belts & filters

Yes, we are capable of working on:

  • Refrigerant systems including large-tonnage split units
  • Rooftop units & cooling towers

  • All fire sprinkler systems need to be maintained according to local, state and federal codes.
  • An annual inspection will ensure your fire safety.
  • Under NFPA 25, it is now necessary for all buildings to engage a licensed fire suppression piping contractor to perform the required maintenance duties.

  • Yes, there usually are discounts associated with installation of a rated fire sprinkler system. Ask your contractor for the specific description of your system and then call your insurance agent with the information.

A. Wet Fire Sprinkler Systems:

  • The wet-pipe system employs automatic sprinklers attached to a piping system connected to a water supply.
  • The water discharges immediately from the sprinklers activated by fire.

B. Dry Pipe Systems:

  • The dry-pipe system employs automatic sprinklers attached to a piping system containing air or nitrogen under pressure.
  • When released, the water flows into the piping system and discharges only from those sprinklers which have been activated by the fire.
  • Dry-pipe systems are installed in lieu of wet-pipe systems where piping is subject to freezing.

C. Pre-Action Systems:

  • Pre-action sprinkler systems are specialized for use in locations where accidental activation is undesired, such as a museum with rare artwork, manuscripts, or books and Data Centers, for protection of computer equipment from accidental water discharge.
  • In a pre-action system, the action of a heat-responsive device releases a pre-action valve, the water fills the piping system, and an alarm is given in advance of the activation of sprinklers.

  • Fire sprinklers are the most visible part of a fire sprinkler system – an integrated array of pumps, piping and detection devices. Pipes hook into your building’s water supply which is pushed through pumping or pressurization to upper floors in multi-level structures.
  • Sprinkler heads are the distribution devices that spray water over a fire.
  • Sprinklers are activated by high heat, usually between 165-175°F. When they sense temperatures in that range, they release water over the hot area, dousing the fire.

Automatic sprinkler systems are able to disperse water evenly over a pre-determined area and efficiently extinguish fires when necessary.

We can accommodate clients who prefer their projects to be open shop.