New Construction

Since the initial founding of Southern Maryland Heating & Air, Inc., we have upheld the status of one of the leading new construction HVAC contractors in the DC Metropolitan region. From the professionalism of our company to our exceptional installation and design services, we have consistently exceeded all expectations from both our customers and construction partners. Having the utmost integrity and dedication, we have maintained a large contract and customer database for many years.

Southern Maryland Heating & Air, Inc. can provide a multitude of Installation services. The ability to not only design and install a heating and cooling system, but offer fabrication services as well set us aside from other contractors. We are able to provide comprehensive building solutions such as:

  • Initial and Final design
  • Consultation and recommendation throughout construction
  • Project Value Engineering
  • Design custom HVAC systems or existing retrofits
  • Sheetmetal Fabrication and delivery

 

Aside from the numerous design, fabrication and installation services; Southern Maryland Heating & Air, Inc. is a commended contractor for New Construction. With numerous awards from our building partners and HVAC Distributors, our continued distinction has presented itself.

As a Quality Assured contractor with ACCA, we also provide Energy Star certification services for partners joining in this program. The ability to test and certify our installations for compliance with this program has made us exceptional. There are multiple cities, municipalities and States that we are licensed in. This means we have the ability to service the entire region. Having multiple locations throughout Maryland and Virginia, we are readily available to provide you with the incomparable HVAC services and installations that you are looking for.

Thank you for sending out Taylor today for A/C service. Not that you would expect anything different, but Taylor was very professional and courteous just wanted to pass it on. He checked everything off and suggested replacing the capacitor, which I had him do. Thanks again and appreciate all the help as always.

Nic (Clarksburg, MD)