About HGH Mechanical, Inc.

Our Vision

HVAC services in Bel AirOur vision is to be recognized as a leader with residential and the light commercial HVAC industry in and around the Baltimore Metropolitan area and also serving areas such as Edgewood, MD with our award winning HVAC. We will reach this goal by achieving high sales and a reputation for diagnosing and servicing HVAC equipment and systems promptly and correctly. In order to achieve this vision, we will sell high-quality, state-of-the-art equipment that is energy efficient and environmentally safe. We are committed to our customers, and accordingly, we concentrate our efforts on servicing the equipment we sell with trained technicians.

Our History

Manuel Gomes, Jr. with Philip Hobbs and James Hobbs, Jr. founded HGH Mechanical, Inc. in 1993 in a small office located on Route 40 in Joppa, Maryland. We started with a small fleet and installed and serviced HVAC systems. We have since moved two times, both times to larger offices.

We are currently located in Edgewood, Maryland in a large office with warehouse space for light stock and scheduled jobs equipment. We have built this business from our souls, with honesty, trust and hard work. We are ready to grow, but will continue to operate our business from the same standards that built the professional reputation we have developed over our years of business.

President's Award Recipient 2009 and 2010, Edgwood HVAC Contractors


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HGH duck call created by Service Tech Chris Rotundo

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Install a Gas Fireplace

HGH has a team of technicians dedicated to the installation of gas fireplaces or the conversion of wood burning fireplaces into gas.

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Geothermal Heat Pumps

Innovative Carrier geothermal heat pumps tap into the earth's surface to use the energy and relatively consistent heat found in soil or surface water as a heat source–instead of using outside air like traditional heat pumps.

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