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Prince Frederick, Maryland HVAC Contractor

Heating & Air Conditioning Repair & Service
Prince Frederick, MD

Whether you need a new air conditioner installed or repair work for your entire HVAC system, Tri-County Aire offers commercial and residential cooling and heating service to customers in Prince Frederick. Tri-County Aire’s reliable HVAC technicians prioritize customer service and have experience working with all types of systems.

Check out the top benefits you’ll enjoy when you choose Tri-County Aire for your next furnace or air conditioning service:

  • Air Conditioning Repair and Installation
  • Duct Cleaning and Ductless Systems
  • HVAC Repair for All Major Brands
  • Qualified, Experienced Technicians
  • Convenient and Affordable Financing Options

From ductless system installation to regular air conditioner maintenance, Tri-County Aire delivers top service and high-quality performance to Prince Frederick residents. If you’re interested in lowering your heating and cooling bills and keeping your HVAC system in good condition for years to come, call Tri-County Aire today.

History of Prince Frederick, MD

Located in Calvert County, Prince Frederick is a census-designated place in central Maryland. The area has served as the county seat since 1722. With a long, rich history dating back nearly 300 years, Prince Frederick has taken on many forms throughout its life. The town was rebuilt after fires in 1812 and 1882 and has continued to expand over the past century. Today, Prince Frederick is known for having a range of public services and entertainment options despite its small size.

Population and Demographics

At the time of the 2010 census, Prince Frederick had a population of approximately 2,538 residents, an increase of 77.2 percent over the 2000 population of 1,432 people. About 54 percent of Prince Frederick households were made up of families with children under the age of 18 years old.

Things to Do in Prince Frederick, Maryland

Though Prince Frederick covers an area of just 3.3 square miles, there are plenty of things to do within the town and nearby cities. With the county’s only movie theater, five major shopping centers, a number of restaurants and three hotels, Prince Frederick is widely considered to be the commercial hub of Calvert County. Visitors should also check out area attractions like the Battle Creek Cypress Swamp Sanctuary and the Edward T. Hall Aquatics Center.

Museums and Schools

Though there are no museums located directly within Prince Frederick, there are several surrounding towns and nearby cities that offer a wealth of opportunities for cultural and historic education. Visitors can learn about the history of Maryland and local nature at museums like the Calvert Marine Museum and the Bayside History Museum. The Jefferson Patterson Historical Park & Museum also offers an impressive collection of archaeological artifacts.

The Calvert County Public School District serves students in the Prince Frederick area. Families can choose from several public and private elementary and middle schools for younger students. High school students typically attend Calvert High School, which is located in Prince Frederick. The area is also home to The College of Southern Maryland’s Calvert County branch.

Prince Frederick Climate and Weather

Residents in the Prince Frederick area enjoy a moderate climate with fluctuating weather throughout each season. During the winter, high temperatures reach to about 43.4 degrees and low temperatures fall to 25 degrees at night. Summer high temperatures reach an average of 88.5 degrees in July, while low temperatures are typically about 67.5 degrees. Each year, Prince Frederick receives an average of 43.78 inches of precipitation and an average of 13.72 inches of snow.


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