FAQ / Ask an Expert
Yes—we provide our services to residential and commercial customers!
That’s correct! Water heaters fall under our Heating services.
While our main service location is Montgomery County, we do provide our services to residential and commercial customers in Frederick County.
Turn off the cold-water inlet valve, the gas supply valve if it’s a gas heater, or the electrical supply if it’s electric. Attach the drain hose to the drain valve and drain the tank.
Call ACCH at 301-216-1945.
ALWAYS use a licensed contractor. Saving hundreds now could cost you thousands later.
Do not close off vents to unused rooms. HVAC systems are designed for whole home cooling. Blocking air flow can cause problems such as a coil freeze.
If it’s a 1” filter, every 30-60 days, no more than 60. If you have a filter media of 4” or more, every 6 months to a year.
Turn the system off and give us a call at 301-216-1945.
Turn the system off at the thermostat, this will stop any further water. Give us a call at 301-216-1945.
Two times a year, once for the A/C and once for Heating.
Call Washington Gas Immediately!
Gas Emergency Line: 844-WASHGAS (844-927-4427) – Select option 1. If you smell gas, leave the area immediately and call 911 or the Washington Gas emergency line.