The fleet of uniformed technicians from Clover Services don't have to show up to repair your air-conditioner during the day––they can also make emergency house calls at 3 a.m. The plumbing and HVAC maintenance company provides 24-hour repairs and replacements for residential plumbing, heating, and cooling systems throughout the greater DC area.
The company's technicians receive up-to-date manufacturer training on their equipment. Translating this education into precision work, they can repair or install plumbing, replace water heaters, install gas lines, and even add plumbing to new home additions. Alternatively, they maintain and replace entire heating and cooling systems, and fix issues in individual components ranging from boilers to heat pumps. This attention to detail is evident in the company's credentials, which include a rating from the Small Business Association as well as a certification from Virginia's Small, Women-Owned, and Minority-Owned Business program.
Sean, the owner of Murphy Family Electric, first worked alongside his electrician father when he was a mere 14 years old. The experience stuck with him, and in addition to a college degree, he went on to attain his master electrical tradesman license. Today, he and his team at Murphy Family Electric carry on the tradition of servicing plugs and switches, upgrading electrical panels, wiring appliances, and meeting other electrical needs.
Founded in 1958, Air Treatment Company's licensed, insured, and certified technicians have worked to provide solutions to indoor heating and air-conditioning issues. They repair, replace, and service furnaces, heat pumps, and central-air systems, and they gladly provide maintenance for a variety of makes and models. They offer exhaustive service plans that check out heating and cooling systems and can help lower utility bills and increase efficiency.
John C. Flood?s skilled service technicians deftly ready homes and cooling systems for warmer climes, taking air conditioners through a thorough check list to get them in shipshape condition. Daydream about upcoming summer months while chillbox wranglers check evaporators and operating pressures and ensure that motors are running properly. Possible leaks will be addressed, as will all air filters and thermostats. Meticulous mechanics will then inspect the AC?s belt and make necessary tension adjustments, then clean the condenser coil and condensate drain and lubricate the breeze unit?s moving parts for optimal motion and killer line-dancing skills.