Serving Baltimore, Maryland, and surrounding areas, you can Count on Carroll to keep you comfortable all year long! We want to be your full-service heating, ventilation, and air conditioning firm. John Neal has been in the HVAC business for 14 years and with Carroll Home Services for 8. He now supervises 16 service technicians, but John began within the industry as a air-conditioning and heating systems installer and servicer.


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  City Frederick, MD
  Zip Code 21701
  Phone Number (301) 663-4100

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There's a reason why Carroll Home Services has been taking care of home comfort services throughout the city of Baltimore and Baltimore County, Maryland for more than 100 years. We provide heating oil, propane, air conditioning and other home services all designed to help you save on energy costs - all year round. From our large fleet of residential and commercial heating oil and propane delivery trucks to experts trained to install, service and repair that latest heating and air conditioning equipment, we are always here to look after you.


Keep your home cool all summer for less by taking advantage of these special offers for cooling services and the latest energy efficient cooling equipment. Find out why your Baltimore and MD neighbors have trusted us to heat their homes for over a century. Get up to $500 in rebates from MAPDA/NORA when you purchase a new oil tank, furnace, or boiler. Hurry - these rebates are only available while funds last!


There are many great ways to improve the quality of the air and water inside your home - but none of them will work their best without proper installation and maintenance. The licensed technicians at Carroll Home Services know only one way to install your indoor air and water quality equipment: the right way. With our quick, hassle-free installations, you'll always know that your family's air and water are as pure and protected as they can be. If you have an existing air or water quality system, CHS can maintain or repair your equipment to keep it operating at its best.