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My hvac AC failed to come on. Wr called and the had a technician out with In 12 hours. When the technician arrived he was very professional and checked the entire system and confirmed the system was working properly before leaving. He kept me updated on his progress.
Nice young man. Checked the unit throughly
Trey did a great job. Showed up on time. Was very professional and explained things clearly. Excellent service overall.
Loving Air staff and technicians are great. They are very respectful professional. They explain everything
Response from Loving Air, Inc.:
Angela, Friendly is just in our nature. We strive to give customers a 5 star experience and I see we only gave you a 5 star experience please let us know what we could have done better to earn that extra star.
Great service as always
Response from Loving Air, Inc.:
Elizabeth, Great service for great customers. Thank you for the review and let us know if you need anything else.
Response from Loving Air, Inc.:
Vince, We thank Cameron is a great technician too. Have a great day and thank you for the review.
Response from Loving Air, Inc.:
Paul, Thank you so much we are glad that we provided a service that you are very pleased with. Have a great day and let us know if we can do anything else.
Response from Loving Air, Inc.:
Caryn, Thank you for the five star review. Great service is what you deserve and am glad we provided that for you. Have a great weekend. Sincerely, Shane Loving
. Upon arrival the filter was clean. Set the thermostat to ac and went up into Attic. Leak searched the coil due to age and didnâ€™t find any leaks at this time. The coil is clean but very rusted. The blower is clean. The blower motor amped at 2.09. Inspected low and high voltage wiring. All wiring is good and tight. The drain is clear. The 5 uf cap for the blower motor checked out at 5.01. This is in range. All duct work is good and tight. Went to outdoor unit. The condenser coil is a little dirty and needs to be cleaned. The compressor amped at 6.99. The condenser fan motor amped at .54. Both are within the range per manufacture specifications. The contactor has some pitting. The capacitor checked out in range. All wiring on outdoor unit is good and tight. The disconnect is working properly. The refrigerant pressures were 75/180. 8.2 degrees of Subcooling. System is working but is old and could fail at any time. Went over quotes with the customer and she said she will call us back to
Arrive to the building location, noticed that I did not have the proper size to filter. Call the shop spoke to Marcello and Ryan they said to drive to Loweâ€™s and pick up the correct size filter. After leaving Lowes and picking up the right size filters return to 84 lumber and installed two 20 x 20 x 1 filters. System is running properly at this time. also checked the cleanliness of the supply vents, vents are clean and free of debris at this time.
this was not a maintenance,it is a demand . And the customer dose not want us to check the 2nd system only the one that is not working. *** On my arrival I talked to the customer and he noticed that there is no cold air coming out of the vents. After our conversation I started by checking the outdoor unit. When I hooked up my gauges and found my pressures to be 37/205 with a 88 degree superheat and a 1.4 degree subcool and the indoor coil was starting to freeze up. this led me to believe there was a leak. I went into the attic and performed a leak search on the evaporator coil but found no leaks. While I was up there I checked all other components including the cleanliness of the indoor evaporator coil and blower motor/wheel. Also I took amp draws of the system it was amping around 1 amps this is within manufacturer specifications. All air filters were clean as well. After finding no components inside I went and performed a leak search on the outdoor condenser coil on the coil I foun
Arrived at the home knocked on the front door and customer greeted me at the front door. Customer than allowed me inside and explain to me what was going on with the system. Customer said him and his kids were away for the weekend but his wife remained home, customer explained that the AC had gone out over the weekend sometime but the thermostat remain to say that it was still cooling. Customer said once he returned home he turned the thermostat off and then turn the thermostat back on again and proceeded to the indoor unit customer then stated that he removed the door to the indoor unit in the unit then kicked on and has been running fine ever since. I I began my inspection by inspecting all low-voltage wiring on the indoor unit jiggling and twisting to see if any kind of voltage loss was happening and did not find any at this time. Also check the drains in the drain safeties for any kind of voltage loss or signs of drain blockage and did not find any at this time. Systems pressure
Arrived at the home knocked on the front door customer greeted me at the front door and allowed me inside. Customer then asked if I could see the outdoor unit first and I except. I turn the thermostat in cool and proceeded to the outdoor unit. Customer has a one system home a carrier gas furnace AC system. Outdoor unit Took an amp draw off outdoor fan. 30 which is in range per manufacture specs. Took an amp draw off compressor of 4.51 which is in range per manufacture specs. Outdoor unit is an inverter outdoor unit it does not have a contactor or a capacitor to check. Systems pressures were 114/285 with an outdoor temperature of 66Â° in an indoor temperature of 71Â° With a 8.6Â° superheat and a 10.9Â° sub cool indicating proper charge at this time. Outdoor condenser coil is clean and free of debris at this time. Indoor unit Took an amp draw off indoor fan motor of 2.49 which is in range per manufacture specs. Checked indoor evaporator coil and blower wheel both are clean and free
during our inspection we started by checking both indoor evaporator coils and blower motors/wheels for cleanliness, we then made sure all drains and pumps were performing properly and had no clogs. We checked all electrical connections and duct work to make sure it was all tight and secured with no damage, we made sure the fans were spinning freely with no hesitation (they were). Both coils were leak searched to the best of our abilityâ€™s and we found no leaks at this time. We changed the filters for the customer. We took amp draws of both systems attic 1.4 A basement 8.9 A these are within manufacturer specifications. At this time everything is performing properly inside. There is some slight growth buildup in the system and should be properly taken care of by adding a uv photomax to the attic system. ***** During our inspection of the outdoor units we started with the basement system. We found that the compressor wire going to the capacitor was fried into two separate parts we to
. Upon arrival went to the thermostat and set it to ac. Went to indoor unit. The blower housing is clean. The blower motor amped within the manufacture specifications at 2.1. The evaporator coil is clean. Leak searched and it passed at this time. Inspected low and high voltage wiring. All wiring is good and tight. The drain is clear. Customer stated they donâ€™t want to replace it yet. Went to outdoor unit. Refrigerant pressures were 100/220. Had 4.5 Subcooling. Quoted customer and she approved. She only wanted to add refrigerant. Added 1.1 pounds of refrigerant. 120/250. 10.1 degrees of Subcooling. The 45/5 capacitor checked out at 44.8/5.01. The contactor is pitted and burned up. Inspected low and high voltage wiring. All wiring is good and tight. The condenser coil is clean. The compressor amped at 6.68. The condenser fan motor amped at .65. Itâ€™s are within the manufacture specifications. The disconnect is working properly. System checked out ok at this time. It is older and cou
Upon arrival filter is clean, turned sspystem on and went into the attic. System is newer, put new model and serial numbers in. Blower and coil are clean. Wires are all tight. Can not clean drain line. System has a drain safety. Indoor unit is working good. Went outside, coil is clean. Wires are tight. Contacter and capacitor checked within specs. Fan amped at 1.1amps. Compressor amped at 4.7amps. Refrigerant levels are 115/311. 66Â° outside, 70Â° inside. Disconnect wires are tight. No surge protector. Priced up membership as well as system safetyâ€™s. Customer did not want membership and felt it was ok with the safetyâ€™s at this time.
Drive to the home rang the doorbell and customer greeted me at the front door. Customer then allowed me inside show me where the thermostat was located and gave me directions on where to find the indoor unit. Customer has a one system home that is a Goodman furnace AC unit. Indoor unit Took an amp draw off indoor fan of 1.26 which is in range common factor specs. Examine indoor blower wheel and evaporator coil both are clean and free of debris at this time. Checked all ductwork that was visible and is in good shape at this time. Checked All high and low-voltage wiring and are in good shape at this time. Checked condensate drain drain is clean and free of debris at this time. Outdoor unit Took an amp draw off the compressor a 5.42 which is in range per manufacture specs. Took an amp draw of outdoor fan of .49 which is in range per manufacture specs. Systems pressures were 100/202 with an indoor temperature of 71 in an outdoor temperature of 59 indicating proper charge at this tim
Arrived at home knocked on the front door and customer greeted me at the front door. Customer then allowed the inside and and shoot me where the indoor unit and the thermostat were located. Customer has a two system home I inspected the basement system which is a trane AC furnace Indoor unit Took an amp draw a variable speed indoor motor got a reading of .75 which is in range per manufacture specs. Examined evaporator coil and indoor blower wheel both are clean and free of debris at this time. Due to age a system performed leak check on evaporator coil, coil does not have any leaks at this time. Checked and verified that Remi halo installed all the system was working also check and verify that condensate pump is running properly at this time. Outdoor unit Took an amp draw of outdoor fan of .12 which is in range per manufacture specs. Took an amp draw off the compressor of 7.63 which is in range per manufacture specs. Systems pressures were 106/204 with an indoor temperature of 71