When it comes to Ashland, you never know what the weather will be like. From humid summers to bone-chilling winters, keeping up with your HVAC system ensures your family stays comfortable no matter the time of year. That’s why when you need affordable air conditioning and heating service, you want the local HVAC Specialist in Ashland at Loving Air.
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Whether your system requires cooling or heating maintenance, you’ve got you covered. Our technicians have over 20 years of knowledge and experience for checkups and tune-ups on your HVAC equipment. No matter what type of heating or cooling system you have in your home, we’ll make sure it’s running efficiently and economically. We also provide regular maintenance to ensure your machine is running properly. Give us a call and we’ll tell you about our membership maintenance plans that will save you money, and up the lifespan of your HVAC system.Contact Us
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This was my 2nd appt. with Loving Air (first time for A/C maintenance). I switched to Loving Air last year in October because the company I had been using for over 10 years had a huge increase in their prices. Their service was hit or miss, depending on what tech they sent, so the price increase was not worth staying with them. I decided to try Loving Air. Mike, the tech, was a very nice guy. However, I found it odd that he came downstairs from the attic with a "part" in his hand, telling me it could potentially go bad (a capacitor). Then he took it out to his truck, and came back in telling me he had one available if I wanted him to replace it. I have never dealt with any HVAC company that actually took a part out of the system and then took it out to his truck. Yes, I have been scammed before so I am super cautious. My first thought was, "did he bring the same part back in"? "Did he put a different part back in my system?" I did not choose to replace it since the part was still working. Just because it was not at full capacity, I cannot afford to change parts prematurely. I would think all parts have the potential to go bad? I am a new customer so perhaps this is a normal practice with Loving Air that I am just not used to. The actual time it took to complete the service took longer than I am used to as well. But if it's just because Mike was being thorough, that is a good thing.
Technician was polite knowledgeable punctual and a high-level of confidence. Worked in a heavy downpour to fix the unit in a very short period of time. Very impressed with his dedication. Trey is an asset to the company.
Chris did a great job
Response from Loving Air, Inc.:
Wally, Chris loves doing a great job for our customers. Glad you saw the value in it as well. Have a great day and let us know if there is anything else we can do for you.
Arrived to the customers house and greeted them at the front door. Talked with the customer about how the systems been performing and if had any concerns at this time. Customer showed me the thermostat location filter, location, indoor and outdoor equipment complete and maintenance inspection and checklist went over repair options with customer who declined at this time. Emailed all information and return system to service.
Upon arrival spoke with customer. Turned stat up, filter is clean. Airflow is correct. Coil and blower are clean. Wires all tight. Drain line is clean and has safety’s. Duct work is tight. Unit is level. Went outside, cleaned coil. Wires all tight. Contacter and capacitor checked within manufacturing specifications. Fan motor amped at 1.1amps, with no signs of oil. Compressor amped at 5.38amps. Refrigerant levels where 97/352. Let system run awhile. Went inside and turned system to ac. Let system run for 15 mins with no issues. Disconnect wires are tight. Priced up some comfort options for customer but they did not want them done at this time of service.
Upon arrival spoke with customer and explained what I would be doing today and explained I would be going threw the entire system. Customer showed me where thermostat was and filters as well as indoor unit. Went into attic and started checking coil. Coil is clean and showing no signs of leaks. Drain line is clean. Heat exchanger showed no signs of cracks. Wires are all tight, safetyâ€™s are working. Cleaned flame sensor. Gas pressures are at 3.5IWC. Indoor unit is working properly at this time and is very clean. Went outside, coil is clean. Wires are tight. Disconnect wires are tight. Capacitor checked out at 35/5mfd. System has charge on it. Pushed contacter in to test system and fan motor and compressor both came on and ran good. Over all system is working great. Spoke with customer about a 90% furnace in an attic and the issues that come with it and she agreed she had issues at one time. I explained we had a â€œfixâ€ to try and help the drain line from freezing. Priced up fix as w
Upon arrival spoke with customer. Asked if there where any questions or concerns about the system and she explained no everything had been doing good. I explained what I would be going threw today and would be checking the vents and customer had no issues. Thermostat is clean, honeywell stat, and it is level. Stat is set to 68Â° cool, Turned system on to 74Â°. Went into hallway to evaluate the indoor unit. The coil is clean, along with the blower and found no leaks coming from the coil. Blower amped at 1.1amps. Wires are all tight. Drain is clear. Duct is clean and tight and The Drain is clear. All low voltage wires are tight. Went outside and evaluated the unit. Coil is clean. Wires low voltage and high are all tight with no burn marks or broken. Contacter is showing good at this time. Capacitor assessed at 45/5mfd and is a 45/5mfd capacitor. Fan motor amped at .68amps and showing no signs of oil leakage at this time. Compressor amped at 4.8amps. Refrigerant levels where found at
Upon arrival cleaned glass on both sides for fire place. Cleaned inside of fire place and tested gas and made sure fire place lit up. Gas pressures where 2.6IWC. Fire place is working good at this time of service, customer would also like to set up when he comes back in town to do a maintenance for his two systems. Tried to call customer and let him know system is good to go, but got no answer.
Upon arrival filter is clean, stat was on. Went outside, breaker was off. Started system up. Blower is clean, evap coil is clean. Condenser coil is clean. All wires are tight. Checked pressures to find txv shutting down showing it has failed. Checked windings on compressor after 3mins of run time and found compressor failing at this time as well. Believe txv failure has been causing stress on the compressor. Called Trane and system is under warranty until next year. Priced up repairs for customer along with a membership. Explained it would take 3-5days for shipping and everything. Customers wife owns the home so they have to talk it over. Showed customer and signed iPad in front of customer.
During my inspection I started with the outdoor unit. I found that the compressor was not running so the first thing I checked was proper voltage going to the system after confirming the correct voltage I checked the capacitor and it was reading zero on the 40 side of the 40/5 capacitor after replacing the capacitor I checked the unit started it up and watched the system run my refrigerant pressures were 125/387 with a 7.3Â° superheat and a 6.7Â° sub cooling these are the correct measurements are then took a Ampdraws of the outdoor system the compressor was 5.2 A in the condenser fan was .5 A these are also within manufacture specifications the outdoor unit is dirty and should be cleaned. The capacitor is still under warranty but the customer decided to replace the capacitor outside of the 10 year manufactures warranty due to price. I then made my way to the indoor unit were started by checking cleanliness of the evaporator coil and evaporator blower motor they were both dirty and a
Upon arrival filter is clean. Cleaned drain line and went over the bleach in the drain again. Coil and blower are clean. Blower capacitor is 10mfd. Wires are tight. Blower amped at 1.1amps. Indoor unit is working good. Went outside, contacter checked out good. Capacitor checked at 40/5mfd. Fan amped at 1.3amps. Compressor amped at 4.7amps. Refrigerant levels where 110/309. 60Â° outside, 72Â°. 8Â° subcool. Disconnect wires are tight. System is working good at this time, went over comfort options wih5h customer.
Upon arrival filter is clean. Coil is clear, blower is clear, wires are tight. Heat strips work good. Drain is clear. Blower amped at 1.1 amps. Indoor unit is working good. Went outside, coil is clear, wires are tight. Contacter and capacitor is within specs. Fan and compressor amped at 7.2amps. Refrigerant Levels checked out spot on per spec. Defrost this working properly. System is working good at this time. Customer signed up for membership.
Performed a maintenance on a gas fireplace. Removed glass face and cleaned debris from the burners. Confirmed thermocouple is in good condition and clean. Cleared all debris from fresh air intake and exhaust. Confirmed incoming gas pressure was correct. Checked outgoing gas pressure as well and it is at 2.7inwc. Gas valve recommends a range between 1.7-3.5. Relit the pilot and confirmed itâ€™s operation. Fireplace is burning better and cleaner that it has previously. Fireplace is operating properly at this time.