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Polar Bear Air Conditioning & Heating Inc - About Us

About Us

Founded in 2001, Polar Bear is a family owned and operated company. Our high quality of service and commitment to excellence has made us well known in Washington D.C. And we have some surprising news to share: we don’t "do it all". We don’t try to sell home security systems, remodel kitchens or walk your dog. Instead, we strive to be the very best in our area of expertise.

Here’s what we do:

  • We fix and install central air conditioning.
  • We fix and install furnaces, boilers and heat pumps.
  • We fix and install humidifiers and indoor air cleaners.

...and we do it in Metropolitan Washington D.C.

Polar Bear is a tight knit team. We don’t need to keep 50 trucks on the road, so we are very particular about the technicians who join our team. We work efficiently and at the very highest standard for our customers, and we stand by our work.

We respect your home, from the planning stages of an installation to the cleanup at completion.  Cleanliness is important to us and mandatory for any visit to your home.

We respect your time, and punctuality is a priority for us.  We will not give you more than a two–hour window, and we will contact you if there is an unavoidable delay.

Ask your neighbors about their experience with Polar Bear Air Conditioning and Heating.  It will be our pleasure to do business with you.

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Proudly serving Washington DC, Arlington, VA, Alexandria, VA, Mclean, VA and the surrounding Northern VA area.

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