Tri-County Aire

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HVAC Contractor Serving Owings, Maryland

Heating & Air Conditioning Service in Owings, MD

Since 1988, Tri-County Aire has served the residents and business owners of Owings with distinction. The company maintains partnerships with some of the world’s most trusted HVAC brands and offers a full range of equipment in its centrally located showroom. From powerful water heaters and furnaces to efficient air conditioners and heat pumps, its selection of heating and cooling equipment is second to none. Tri-County Aire is also proud to offer indoor air quality equipment like electric air purifiers, dehumidifiers and micro-filters. Its dedicated staff members can provide customers with up-to-date information on the latest systems and equipment from Trane and other well-regarded manufacturers.

Tri-County Aire’s equipment is backed up by industry-leading manufacturer warranties as well as its own service guarantees. To ensure that its customers receive the best possible service, Tri-County Aire employs NATE-certified, Maryland-licensed technicians with years of hard-won heating and cooling experience. These professionals can handle large commercial installation and retrofitting jobs as well as smaller, more delicate residential operations. They’re on call around the clock and spend business hours making good on the company’s annual service agreements. With Tri-County Aire’s air conditioning repair specialists at its disposal, Owings stays comfortable all year long.

Owings History

Owings is part of one of the country’s oldest counties. The surrounding area has nearly two dozen well-preserved structures that enjoy National Register of Historic Places protection. Once an agricultural haven for the tobacco industry, the area’s early farmers and plantation owners quickly diversified into a range of cash crops. After the automobile boom of the mid-20th century, Owings gained favor as a vacation community. Today, it’s a fast-growing exurb.


Owings is located on the Calvert Peninsula near the head of the Patuxent River’s estuary. It’s just a few miles from the shore of Chesapeake Bay and about 40 miles to the east of Washington, D.C. Although it’s not technically part of the Eastern Shore, it retains many of the cultural and physical characteristics of that part of the state. The area that surrounds Owings is pastoral in nature and continues to maintain its agricultural productivity. Closer to the center of town, residential subdivisions and small-scale commercial areas predominate.

Population and Demographics

With a year-round population of just over 2,000, Owings is a fairly small community. However, it’s increasingly popular with tourists and vacation-home owners who enjoy its natural beauty and laid-back lifestyle. Thanks to its strategic location near Baltimore and Washington, D.C., it’s also becoming something of an exurban commuter town for white-collar professionals who work in those cities. The local school district is renowned for its innovative, forward-looking curriculum, and a number of private educational institutions attract well-heeled families from the Baltimore-Washington corridor as well.

Things to Do in Owings, Maryland

Owings has plenty of nearby attractions. Dunkirk District Park contains acres of green lawns and forest on the shore of the Patuxent River, and the nearby American Chestnut Land Trust showcases some of the oldest trees in the state. Folks who wish to get a bit more sun can check out the dozens of beaches that line the shore of the Chesapeake Bay. Families with kids in tow can spend hours exploring the boardwalks and interpretive exhibits at Battle Creek Cypress Swamp Sanctuary, one of the world’s northernmost examples of a subtropical cypress forest. Of course, boaters can launch from multiple access points along the Chesapeake Bay’s coves for a day of fishing and sunbathing on the open water.

Climate and Weather

Like most of the rest of eastern Maryland, Owings has a subtropical climate that draws a great deal of influence from the warm waters of the Atlantic Ocean. In the summer and early fall, tropical moisture occasionally spawns fearsome storms that can cause coastal flooding and other problems. Meanwhile, winter is generally dreary, chilly and rainy. The transitional seasons bring mild weather that’s conducive to outdoor activity. Rainfall occurs regularly throughout the year, and the growing season typically lasts for eight months or more.



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