• 2014 Most Improved Safety Award HR

    2014 Most Improved Safety Award in Construction

    W. L. Gary Company, Inc. was recognized by the Chesapeake Region Safety Council for the company whose Incidence Rate improved the most, on a percentage basis, every year for three years beginning with 2011.  Congratulations and thank you to our whole team, especially our safety manager, Roger Viens.

  • Water Efficiency through fixture upgrade

    Water Efficiency

    While sometimes it can be difficult to change people’s habits, you can start to curb the amount of water occupants consume by changing the fixtures they use.

    Do you know how much water can be saved by upgrading bathroom fixtures to more water efficient ones?

    Find out here

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  • proud to be a msca greenstar

    Proud to be a STAR

    As an energy solutions provider, W. L. Gary Company is proud to be among the elite group of MSCA GreenSTAR contractors. Find out what our STAR means for you!

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  • CATALYST-rooftop-units-(RTUs)-retrofit-energy-solutions

    RTU Retrofit to Save

    Save 25-50% in HVAC energy with your current system!


    Introducing Transformative Wave’s complete HVAC energy efficiency upgrade, the CATALYST.

    Learn more about CATALYST

Latest News

  • W. L. Gary Adds Three Customer Consultants to the Team

    W. L. Gary Company, Inc. announces the addition of three new customer consultants to the Service Customer Consulting team: Jerry Butler, Thomas “Eddie” Catterton, and Ronald “Lj” Roberts. Butler, Catterton, and Roberts are transitioning from service technicians to customer consulting roles.  Each has experience not only in the plumbing or HVAC field but also in…

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  • W. L. Gary Promotes Jerry Kackley to Customer Consulting Manager

    Kackley promoted for dedication and leadership W. L. Gary Company, Inc. announced the promotion of Jerry Kackley to Customer Consulting Manager.  Kackley will be responsible for overseeing and leading W. L. Gary Company’s team of customer consultants in providing full solutions to our clients. “Jerry Kackley has been an integral part of the Service Department…

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  • DC’s Stormwater Management Rule

    Washington, DC is calling on its citizens to help decrease the amount of stormwater runoff.  The new regulations in DC require new construction and significant renovations to be responsible for including and implementing plans to store and reuse stormwater on site. With about 43 percent of the district covered with impervious surfaces, such as asphalt,…

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Energy Action

HVAC Checkup - Energy Awareness

HVAC Checkup

Machines run smoother when they are maintained.  A preventative maintenance plan means lower operational costs (as much as 50% compared to reactive maintenance) and a more efficient HVAC system, which means lower energy bills (as much as 20%).

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