Contact Presidential Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. of Gaithersburg
8000 Cessna Ave
Gaithersburg, MD 20879
Call Us: (301) 900-5559
Text Us: (240) 224-0905
Mon-Fri 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Sat 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
May, June, July and August:
7:30 AM to 5:00 PM, Sat 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
We will be closed on Memorial Day in honor of our fallen heroes.
Your HVAC system maintains comfort and indoor air quality regardless of the season. Preventive maintenance and prompt HVAC repairs will keep your furnace and air conditioner functioning at peak capacity. Whether you need HVAC repairs or are considering HVAC replacement in Montgomery County, call Presidential Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. at (301) 900-5559 to discuss our comprehensive HVAC services.
From Baltimore (northeast), take I-395 S to I-95 S. Exit onto MD-200 W, then take exit 3 toward Shady Grove Road/Metro Station. In 0.8 miles, take exit 3A for Shady Grove Rd. E. Continue on Airpark Rd., then turn right onto Cessna Ave. just after Royal Gutter Services. Follow Cessna Ave. for 0.3 miles to find us on your left.
From Washington, DC (southeast), take Massachusetts Ave. into Maryland and turn left on River Rd. Merge onto I-495 N and stay left to merge onto I-270 N. Take exit 9A to merge onto I-370 E toward Metro Station/Gaithersburg/Town Center and keep left, following the signs for Shady Grove Rd. N. Turn left onto Shady Grove Rd., continuing onto Airpark Rd. Turn right onto Cessna Ave. and continue 0.3 miles to Presidential Heating & Air Conditioning on the left.
The City of Gaithersburg began in 1725 as a small agricultural settlement called Log Town. Gaithersburg's current name did not come about until the 1850s, following the inheritance of a portion of the land by Benjamin Gaither. Much of the area's early development centered around farming and the railroad, until the area became largely urbanized in the 1970s.
Modern-day Gaithersburg is considered both a suburb and a primary city in the Washington metropolitan area. The city is home to an estimated population of more than 62,000, making it the fourth-largest city in Maryland. It is considered one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the region.