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Potomac Heating & Air Conditioning


What we offer
Welcome to Davis Ford Heating & Air Conditioning serving Potomac, Maryland. 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!



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


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


  • Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
  • Smart Panels


  • Water Filtration
  • Water Heaters

What our Potomac, MD customers have to say…

“Fast and accurate service; diagnosed and proposed a solution within 20 minutes – offered out of the box solutions to save money and also minimize the impact to the immediate environment (like considering that others might need to come in and out and how to keep things minimal and clutter free). Offered advice on preventative maintenance which is counter intuitive to the line of work, but will save me big expenses down the road. 5/5 absolutely.”

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More About Potomac, MD

Potomac is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Montgomery County, Maryland. As of the 2020 census, it had a population of 47,018. It is named after the nearby Potomac River.

Many Potomac residents work in nearby Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia.

The land that is now Potomac was first settled by Edward Offutt in 1714 after he was granted a 600-acre (2.4 km2) land grant of a region known as Clewerwell by Lord Baltimore. His grant of land was by the Tehogee Indian Trail, an Indian trade route built by the Canaze Native American nation in 1716. Throughout the 18th century, what became known as “Offutts Crossroads” was a small, rural community which served planters and travelers. In the 19th century, a few small dwellings had been built along with a tavern established in 1820. By the time of the Civil War, the community contained two general stores, a blacksmith shop, and a post office which served a community of 100.