When it comes to Culpeper, 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 Culpeper at Loving Air.
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James was professional, courteous, polite and FAST!!!
Awesome service from the lady on the phone to James...everyone was so polite, helpful, and thorough!
The best this man needs a pay raise
The technician was very polite and knowledgeable. Took his time and very thorough. He explained everything he was doing and what he found.
Good job! Very knowledgeable.
Upon arrival customer met me outside. He explained he had a tree fall on the outdoor unit so he wanted to see what all was wrong with it as well and would be turning it into the insurance. Found unit out of level and the feet are messed up under the unit so priced up to fix due to the tree falling on it. Went inside, found coil leaking, spoke with customer and he wanted a price to replace coil. System is r22. Wires all tight and motors check within specs. Unit is level. Went back outside and cleaned coil. Contacter and capacitor checked within specs. Refrigerant levels are a little low. Spoke with customer about some options. Customer is going to speak with insurance and then get back with us about moving forward
installed new heat pump system in basement started and tested all functions of the system everthing working within manufacturers specs
What today’s visit I found that the reason the fan was running constantly is because the last time we were here and did repairs we forgot to turn the fan back into the auto mode on the push/pull switch on the Oil Furnace. I talked to Ryan and he deemed this a callback. At this time the system is operating properly for the customer. And the customer is happy.
During my inspection today, I found a few things I needed to bring to the customers attention. First, being on the indoor unit, I found that everything needs to be cleaned. This includes the indoor blower motor wheel, the evaporator coil, the drain pan, the drain line, and the inside of the air handler cabinet. I also found that the blower motor and capacitor are failing. I then made my way outside where I found the liquid line service valve to be leaking refrigerant. We cannot replace the sparks because it is an R 22 system. I talk to the customer and he wants a price on replacing the system. I have Elgin scheduled to come out and give the customer his options.
During my inspection today, I found a few things that need to be sent over to Jefferson Home Builders. First being, I found that the duct Work was extremely dirty. It needs to be cleaned immediately. Secondly, I found that the system was double filtered. This is not good for the system, seeing as it is restricting airflow. The customer needs to remove the filters inside of the return grills inside the house and then change the media filter at the system. That filter size is a 16 x 25 x 4. I then found that the drain line for the system was very dirty and needs to be cleaned. lastly, on the indoor unit I found that the blower motor is leaking oil and needs to be replaced, the 7.5 capacitor is also bad. And the blower wheel needs to be cleaned. On the outdoor unit I found that the single Pole contactor to be chard and pitted this part also needs to be changed. Lastly, for the outdoor unit, the outdoor coil needs to be cleaned. System is operating when I arrived. There was no repairs to
during my inspection today I found a few things I wanted to bring to the customers attention. First thing that the unit was not equipped with surge protection devices I’m giving a customer the option to add a surge protection device. I then also found that the hole going into the crawlspace was not sealed. I gave the customer the option to seal the crawlspace. She said that she would have her son look at it. At this time system is operating properly. All other information is in my check sheet.
Upon arrival customer explained how she would spray water at the fan to get the system going. Found the filter with debris build up failing inspection notified customer it was time to change. Found the capacitor for the condenser motor failed not allowing system to operate. When looking at the blower motor found debris build up failing inspection along with bearings as well. The coil was clean free of debris no leaks detected on coil. Found gas flex running into unit this code violation failed inspection. When looking at operation on outdoor unit motor was burnt out. Replace condenser motor to get system operating. Charge on system off with filters needing to be replaced. With age of the system and issues found while operating system is prone to failure.
Upon arrival spoke to the office lady and she explained what was going on. She showed me the stat and the indoor unit and outdoor unit. Stat had no power to it. Started with indoor unit and had no voltage to it as per the video. Went to breaker panel and found same wire and breaker for a 60amp and found 52v. Shut breaker off and back on and it stayed the same. Checked in main lugs coming in and had 209v. Went back and checked voltage again at the air handler and had 0v. Turned indoor breaker off and went and spoke to a gentleman in the office sense the lady had left. I explained the breaker will more then likely need to be replaced but on top of that we are not getting any voltage threw to upstairs so I believe there is a break in the wire. They explained they have had “rodents” do that before and they have an electrician they would be calling to check it out. I explained once they get power correctly to the indoor unit we could come back and go threw the system and check over it and