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Anne Arundel County Air Conditioning & Heating Service & Repair

Tri-County Aire has served the Southern Maryland area for over 30 years. If you’ve decided it’s time to install an air conditioner in a home without one, you can rely on our decades of experience installing air conditioning in Maryland’s older homes.

If you're ready to replace your HVAC with a system that will conserve energy and the environment. geothermal is the way to go. We are a WaterFurnace Geo-Pro.

We also replace existing air conditioners and furnaces when it’s time for a newer, more energy efficient model. If it’s not quite time for a new unit, we offer preventive maintenance plans to help keep your unit running at maximum efficiency and to detect problems early on when they are cheaper to fix. We also offer emergency service when needed — call 800-890-5123.

Anne Arundel County History

Anne Arundel County was named for Lady Ann Arundell, (1615/1616–1649), the daughter of Thomas Arundell, 1st Baron Arundell of Wardour, members of the ancient family of Arundells in Cornwall, England. She married Cecilius Calvert, second Lord Baltimore, (1605–1675), and the first Lord Proprietor of the colony, Province of Maryland, in an arranged marriage contract in 1627 or 1628.


Anne Arundel County has a humid subtropical climate, with hot summers and cool winters. Annual precipitation averages around 40 inches. Annual snowfall totals around 20.1 inches on average at BWI Airport. Winter temperatures are slightly colder with higher snowfall in higher elevations and slightly lower snowfall closer to sea level. 


Sandy Point State Park is located at the end of the Broadneck peninsula near the west end of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. The park features a beach and marina hosting many festivals and special events throughout the year. 

The Department of Recreation and Parks maintains "a comprehensive system of recreational programs for county residents and the preservation of valuable land," including indoor and outdoor sports facilities, community parks, green ways, archaeological, environmental, and historical preserves, and large regional facilities. Some of the major facilities include the Baltimore & Annapolis Trail, Downs Park, Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary, Fort Smallwood Park, Kinder Farm Park, and Quiet Waters Park.

Other major attractions include the Maryland Renaissance Festival in Crownsville, the Maryland State House and the Colonial Annapolis Historic District.

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