We don’t waste your time making empty promises – we give you the honest truth, commitment, and accountability you deserve on every job.

We fix it right the first time

Our commitment to quality is paramount. We don’t cut corners, offer band-aid fixes, or sacrifice quality. Your job gets fixed right the first time, every time.

In addition to that, we are an ISO 9001:2015 registered company, following a rigorous set of quality control procedures that ensure we always do things right.

We’re not afraid of the tough jobs

We have the know-how, equipment, and determination to take on some of the toughest jobs that others won’t.

We’ve serviced the biggest electric motors in Saskatchewan.

We put you, the customer, first

Our team cares about every job we do as though we were the client. We work to understand what the problem is, and how we can fix it so you leave happy.

Need pickup and delivery service? We do that. Have to get a fix fast? We can handle rush jobs, no problem.


When you call or drop by Precision Electro-Mechanical, you’ll most likely be dealing with Jonas Taillon, the General Manager in the shop. Jonas is a recent graduate of the University of Saskatchewan’s school of Mechanical Engineering. He knows the background of the Precision business inside out. He’ll be there to hear out the motor issue you’re having, guide your job through the shop, and make sure the solution we have leaves you nothing short of satisfied.


Located in the north industrial of Saskatoon, Precision Electro-Mechanical has been selling and servicing electric motors and pumps for some of Saskatchewan’s largest industrial businesses and municipalities since 2003.

Founded by Marc and Marianne Taillon, the business started in a modest-size shop. Since then, it has remained a family-owned business, undergoing three major expansions and more than quadrupling its footprint to serve more customers and take on the toughest jobs.

Having worked for 17 years in the potash industry, Marc developed a passion for electric motors and how proper predictive maintenance, including vibration analysis and repair, could save thousands of dollars and reduce downtime for major operations. As President & CEO of the company, Marc still uses this knowledge today to get customers the right solutions.