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Travilah Heating & Air Conditioning

TRAVILAH

What we offer
Welcome to Davis Ford Heating & Air Conditioning serving Travilah, 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!

OUR KEY SERVICES PROVIDED FOR TRAVILAH, MD. 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 Travilah, MD customers have to say…

“We had our vents cleaned with Davis Ford. They were easy to get in touch with, arrived when they said the would, and are good value for the price. Spencer and Dmytro were thorough and professional during the job.”

Jason S.. via Google

More About Travilah, MD

Travilah is a United States census-designated place and an unincorporated area in Montgomery County, Maryland. It is 17.28 square miles (44.8 km2) located along the north side of the Potomac River, and surrounded by the communities of Potomac, North Potomac, and Darnestown—all census-designated places. It had a population of 11,985 as of the 2020 census.

Within the Travilah census-designated place at the intersection of what are now Travilah Road and Glen Road, the small rural community of Travilah existed in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The community had its own post office, general store, school, town hall, church, and a few homes. The crossroads was popular with area farmers because it was close to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (C&O Canal) and at least two mills. The name Travilah comes from Travilah Clagett, who was the community’s first postmaster in 1883.

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