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Kalorama Heating & Air Conditioning

KALORAMA

WHAT WE OFFER
Welcome to Davis Ford Heating & Air Conditioning serving Kalorama, Washington DC. We are a fully licensed and insured local Heating, Cooling, Air Quality, and Electrical Services company. Our reputation is built on quality, honesty, and a deep dedication to our clients.

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No matter the service need, our trained and licensed service team can come to you. Make an appointment today!

OUR KEY SERVICES PROVIDED FOR KALORAMA, WASHINGTON, DC INCLUDE:

HEATING

  • Hybrid Heating
  • Furnace Services
  • Heat Pump Services
  • Zone Balance Heating
  • Boiler Services
  • Duct Cleaning

COOLING

  • AC Repair and Replacement
  • Smart Thermostats
  • MiniSplits/Ductless
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Duct Cleaning

ELECTRIC

  • Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
  • Smart Panels

PLUMBING

  • Water Filtration
  • Water Heaters

What our Kalorama, Washington, DC customers have to say…

“Davis Ford is awesome. Their technicians, Dina and Spencer, came to our house to clean our ducts and dryer vent. They were amazing and did a fabulous job–all with a great attitude! They were meticulous and thorough and we would use them again in a heartbeat.”

Phil K. via Google

More About Kalorama, Washington, DC

The Kalorama Triangle Historic District is a mostly residential neighborhood and a historic district in the northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C. The entire Kalorama Triangle neighborhood was listed on the District of Columbia Inventory of Historic Sites (DCIHS) and National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 1987. In addition to individually listed landmarks in the neighborhood, the district is home to roughly 350 contributing properties. The neighborhood is roughly bounded by Connecticut Avenue to the west, Columbia Road to the east, and Calvert Street on the north.

The area was originally home to the Nacotchtank and Mattawoman tribes until the 17th-century when tracts of land were granted by Charles II of England. Land was deeded and tracts split until the present-day neighborhood was a tract named Widow’s Mite. The tract was renamed to Kalorama, which means “nice view” in Greek, in 1807.

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