Lowe’s Air Duct in Maryland


One of the original 13 colonies, Maryland lies at the center of the Eastern Seaboard, amid the great commercial and population complex that stretches from Maine to Virginia. The state’s largest city is Baltimore, and its capital is Annapolis. It is named after the English queen Henrietta Maria, known in England as Queen Mary.

Among its occasional nicknames are Old Line State, the Free State, and the Chesapeake Bay State. Maryland is also called “America in Miniature” because so much is packed into its 10,460 square miles of land and water. You can find just about any kind of natural feature here, except a desert. That’s because water is almost everywhere in Maryland.


How does climate of Maryland affect HVAC performance?

Maryland has a wide array of climates, due to local variances in elevation, proximity to water, and protection from colder weather due to downslope winds. In Gaithersburg, the summers are warm and humid, the winters are very cold and windy, and it is partly cloudy year round.

The Piedmont region—which includes Gaithersburg has average seasonal snowfall totals generally exceeding 20 inches (51 cm) and temperatures below 10 °F (−12 °C) are less rare. When snow has built up around the outdoor unit and ice has formed on top of the HVAC components can’t breathe and that defrost cycle doesn’t work – thus raising electricity usage, but more importantly putting incredible wear on the entire system. Also, when components have to work twice as hard with a limited air flow, they end up short circuiting and burning out faster than expected.

When warmer temperatures come back, have your HVAC Technician come out and inspect the outdoor components of your HVAC system. The snow and ice may have knocked something lose, damaged a component or deposited debris into your condenser! It’s also just a good idea to get your cooling system inspected before you switch to cooling mode.

Because of its location near the Atlantic Coast, Maryland is somewhat vulnerable to tropical cyclones. More often, Maryland gets the remnants of a tropical system which has already come ashore and released most of its energy. Maryland averages around 30–40 days of thunderstorms a year, and averages around six tornado strikes annually. It is pivotal to have our HVAC Technician on standby when these big storms do roll through to help get your system back up and running quickly.

How does climate of Maryland affect HVAC performance

Air quality in Maryland

The Maryland Department of the Environment plans and creates policies for healthy outdoor air. Air quality is generally improving, but some counties continue to be designated as “nonattainment areas” by the U.S. EPA. Since most of us spend about 90% of our time indoors, the quality of indoor air is as important, if not more important, than the quality of outdoor air. The key is HVAC system to effectively ventilate homes and minimize sources of indoor pollution.

Where do we operate?

Low’s air duct cleaning, every technician’s goal is to make your home healthy, clean and comfortable. What makes us a professional is an attention to details, expensive and best quality equipment we use, great respect for customer’s home.

We have offices in eight states of our country: Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, D.C. (District of Columbia), Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Florida.

If you live in Maryland, give us a call for the best quality services at affordable flat rate prices. No hidden fees no surprised charges. We are serving:

Our goal is to create perfectly healthy living environment

HVAC Certified

Lowe’s Air Duct Cleaning Service technicians are HVAC certified to carry out air duct & dryer vent cleaning process, which guarantees that the cleaning service will not only clean but also restore the integrity of your duct-work.

Furthermore, Lowe’s technicians are HVAC Certified with high level of expertise to guarantee that your HVAC system is cleaned properly to assure high indoor air quality, which is essential for healthy living environment.

Please note that we do NOT use subcontractors. All of our technicians are in-house, highly skilled and trained in Air Duct and Dryer Vent cleaning process.

For more question please call us at: 1-888-666-3160.

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