MEGA HVAC ❄️ Quality HVAC Products for Commercial and Industrial Construction


Quality HVAC products for every construction project



At MEGA HVAC, our focus is on the extensive fabrication of ductwork and supply of ancillary HVAC products to suit the unique requirements of commercial and industrial construction within Australia.

As one of Australia’s leading suppliers in ductwork for the HVAC industry, MEGA HVAC combines quality products and outstanding service with innovation and technological advances to deliver high-performance heating and cooling products nationwide.

Send in your custom drawings for manufacture according to your specifications. Our design team will ensure that all design work is compliant before your products are released. We custom-make ductwork, steel sheets, loose parts and more, for all our customers who require them upon request.

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