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In business since 1983, we are a third generation plumbing/HVAC family, committed to our word and work.
Terrell Barden, CEO & Founder
Terrell’s grandfather started West End Plumbing in 1918. At 16, Terrell officially began his career in plumbing, working with his eldest brother, Howell, at General Plumbing Corp in College Park while on summer break from Woodward Academy. He would eventually join General (later) Mechanical Corp full time after high school. After gaining several years of valuable experience, he decided to strike out on his own, extending the family plumbing heritage. He hired one employee, Charlie Lewis, who he met at General. Within a year, he was able to incorporate and Tebarco Mechanical Corporation (TMC) became official in February, 1983. On one of his first projects, a beautiful GA Tech graduate named Nancy, showed up on the construction site to manage the mechanical engineering aspects of the job. Within two years, Terrell would marry her and together they would build their future on love and plumbing!
Tebarco is a full service, licensed mechanical contractor & engineering firm. We provide complete design and installation of site utilities, plumbing, HVAC, refrigeration, industrial process, medical gas, gray water recycling, and automatic control systems. We are ready to facilitate your new construction and system maintenance needs. Since 1983, we have been committed to integrity, expertise, and service.
- Marukan Chooses TMC as Mechanical Subcontractor for New Griffin PlantIn the year 1649, Yasutsugu Hanzaemon Okada started producing refined vinegar in his native Kiyosu, Japan. His product was so delicious that he was eventually assigned as the exclusive provider of vinegar to the Emperor’s household. In 1961 the company changed its name to MARUKAN and in 1974 established an … Read more
- Maintaining your own HVAC vs. purchasing a PSA- which one is for you?Consider the story of a facilities manager who took over at a local private school. He decided to cancel the school’s existing $10,000 per month full service maintenance program (all repair and parts covered) in order to save money. Was this the right move?
- 7 Things You Should Know Before Hiring Your Next SubcontractorAs a contractor, you know it’s your name on the line if construction is delayed or errors are made. The client doesn’t care if mistakes are made by subcontractors, the G.C. is ultimately responsible. This is why choosing a new subcontractor is such an important and challenging decision. Keep in … Read more
- Northwest Medical CenterOur Northwest Medical Center project, started in October 2015, is approaching completion. This 150,000 square foot medical office building, located in Vinings was one of our trickier jobs. Complete renovations were needed for the lobby and terrace level of the four-story building. The office was originally constructed on top of … Read more