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Harford County HVAC Contractor a Proud Part
of Harford’s First Tiny House Project

HGH Mechanical called upon to install duct-work in Bel Air’s premier tiny house.

 

Harford County, MD – Harford County HVAC contractor, HGH Mechanical announces their role in the construction of Harford County’s much celebrated first ‘tiny house’ project. Their road-side sign on the much-traveled Route 24 is added to the others from Pinnacle Design, Home Depot, and 84 Lumber

Tiny houses are becoming popular across the country thanks to exposure on national TV, the much smaller costs of building and maintaining these homes, and the general trend to simpler living. They are often attractive and charming and are now an acceptable way to significantly downsize and still have creature comforts.

“Our crew was only there for a day, since the ductwork run was so short,” says partner Manny Gomes.  “Although Harford’s tiny house is larger than the original tiny homes seen on TV, the 20-30 feet of ductwork was still squeezed into a small area.”

HGH Mechanical has been serving the Harford, Cecil and Baltimore County areas for 25 years as of this March. They provide residential and light commercial HVAC sales, service, and installation. They also specialize in geothermal and gas fireplace installation.

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For more info about HGH Mechanical call 410-679-3794, email info@HGHmechanical.com or visit http://www.HGHmechanical.com.

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