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About Us


Brandon Dietl

Being Dedicated, dependable and efficient is what we pride ourselves on at Due North Mechanical. As Co-owner of Due North, I strive to incorporate these traits into our everyday operations.  

I grew up with my family in Burlington, Ontario. Our family was very close and we always supported one another. We were taught at a young age to be honest, respectful, and kind.  I believe those traits are a must when supporting our employees, clients and contractors.

I started my plumbing career during my final semester of high school and instantly fell in love with the trade. Plumbing can be a stressful and demanding line of work. It isn't the ideal profession for most, but that is why I love it. No two problems are ever the same and there is always something new to learn. 

After high school, I graduated from Conestoga College, obtaining my Red Seal in plumbing. While completing my apprenticeship, I worked for a small local plumbing company in Burlington for 5 years doing custom renovations, institutional and commercial service. From there, I moved to the ICI sector where I delved further into commercial and industrial jobs. 

In 2020, after working in the trade for some time, I decided to take the next step in my career.  Matt Sexsmith and I decided to join forces and Due North Mechanical was born.

My goal as Co-owner of Due North Mechanical is to consistently bring the highest form of professionalism and customer service to meet our client’s needs and exceed their expectations.

Matthew Sexsmith

My plumbing career began in Woodstock, the city where I was born, raised, and had lived for 37 years before relocating to Ayr. I was fortunate to begin working for a multi service contractor offering heating, cooling as well as plumbing services. I learned early on how a diverse skillset could benefit both a company and a tradesperson. After completing my gas license and plumbing apprenticeship, I carried forward to gain exposure in different environments. I spent time in the construction sector as well as within the education system performing maintenance. From there I spent my most recent years servicing industrial, institutional, and high-rise multifamily buildings as a plumber/gas fitter and finally as a manager with one of the larger mechanical contractors in Ontario.


From the onset, I had been intrigued by the option of
self-employment. Now, 15 years into the journey, I am pleased to be stepping into this arena with a fellow tradesperson Brandon Dietl, whom I respect and enjoy working with. I look forward to meeting new clients, facing new challenges and helping our customers meet their objectives.

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