We know the weather in Fredericksburg can be unpredictable. That’s why when you need affordable air conditioning and heating service in Fredericksburg, VA, you’ll want to call Loving Air. We’re local HVAC contractors serving Fredericksburg. Our HVAC technicians work to keep you and your family comfortable in your home, so you don’t have to DIY an issue. We’re proud to provide budget-friendly services and get the job done right the first time. As a result, you won’t have to spend tons of money on multiple repairs. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so you can be confident that you’ll get top-notch services.
Our reputation as a trustworthy, affordable, and reliable heating and cooling company proceeds us. No matter whether you need residential or commercial services, we believe everyone should stay comfortable in their home or business. If you’re ready for high-quality installations, repairs, or tune-ups, call Loving Air today. We’ll provide you with excellent services. Let’s get started!
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Shawn is an incredible tech. Very knowledgeable and a great communicator. They were able to come out the same day I called in and he had all the required parts on hand.
Very good experience. Very knowledgeable
I will recommend Loving Air to people I know needing service.
Chris is very detailed. I can truly trust his guidance, opinion, and work on my carrier HVAC system. A great technician.
James came for my fall maintenance I always request him he is great!! Always very friendly answers all my questions and knows everything about the AC/heating business
We want to thank you for sending Mike to look at our water leakage problem that had been ongoing over the past few weeks. Mike immediately listened to our evaluation, looked at the trouble area and identified options to help narrow down the exact problem. Mike was great with thinking outside the box to put together a more effective configuration with PCP pipes to eliminated our water stoppage/leakage problem. He also took time to explain everything he was doing and what we should expect. His problem solving expertise and customer service were greatly appreciated.
I always have a good experience with whomever is sent by Loving to my home or to our Church. Knowledgeable, friendly and helpful, easy to work with.
Tech appeared to be very knowledgeable and thorough. Took the time to explain actions and answered guestions thoroughly
Shawn was a pleasure to have in my home. Loving Air made sure I knew who was coming, when, and what he looked like. I was prepared for the amount of time he would spend at the house. Everything went great. He was knowledgeable, recommended only what was necessary for my systems, and left me feeling like I had gotten my money’s worth.
Upon arrival customer informed me when she arrived home from trip found water in the basement. She explain she cut the water off going to the humidifier. When examining the water panel found it deteriorating and with slight build up. Customer had gotten and water panel for the humidifier. Once in place turned water on and inspected humidifier. No leaks at this time while having system operate. Showed customer new pad in place explained on the no glue joints that one is leaking but they keep it that way for cleaning purposes.
All wiring is tight and in good condition. The heat exchanger is in good condition. I completed a complimentary refrigerant leak search on the system. No leaks found at this time. The outdoor run capacitor is weak on the compressor side. I completed our check sheet and emailed it to the customer. I prepared a water heater replacement quote per the customers request. The customer signed up for our club membership. Regular Membership for one system billed monthly.
Arrived at customers residence and was greeted by customer and was led to the upstairs thermostat and put thermostat and heat mode. Customer had thermostat off due to system not working properly at this time. Inspected all low-voltage wiring and found no issues at this time. Period inspected 60 amp circuit breaker and it is functioning properly at this time. Tape and tape and duck work connections are tight and needed this time. Refrigerant lines are tight and neat to the airhandler in the attic. Inspected blower motor and wheel and they are functioning properly at this time. Blower motor has an amp draw of 1.0 amps at this time. Inspected evaporator coil and it is clean on both sides at this time. Electrical connections are neat and tight to the components and wiring connections are tight and neat as well. Inspected float switch and it is functioning properly at this time plastic drip pan under air handler is dry and without any visible defects at this time. Inspected condensate drai
I arrived to the customers home and greeted him at the door. Spoke to the customer about the current issue that he’s experiencing. Customer explained was 2nd opinion from home warranty company who denied his claim and wanted price on motor replacement. Explained to customer would need to verify issue and could move forward from there. Went to attic where found blower motor housing removed from unit a sitting on top. Was able to verify motor was locked up with no power. Explained to customer wouldn’t be able to confirm pricing and availability until spoke with the manufacturer. Went over maintenance plans with customer who is interested but declined at this time until outcome is resolved with current issue. Collected payment and left system how I found it.
Mon 10/9/2023: All wiring is tight and in good condition. I found the collector boxes on both furnaces bad and leaking condensation from the combustion process. I called the supply house and prepared repair quotes. The refrigerant pressures are in correct range per manufacturer specifications. The furnaces are working properly at this time. I completed the check sheets and emailed them to the customer. Wed 11/29/23: Removed old collector box and inducer motor due to bad seals. Had to remove old seals by cutting them out, sanded lightly to get old adhesive removed. Installed new sealant, followed by installing collector boxes. Added new seal for inducer motor draft as well. This was performed on both systems. Customer is very happy with the of the work done today.
Arrived at customers residence and was greeted by the customer and began installing new. Installed new collector box for first floor furnace and also installed collector box for second floor furnace. Removed all remnants of old seals and lightly sanded old adhesive and wiped clean before applying new seals at this time. Removed and then reinstalled inducer motors for both furnaces. Reinstalled all screws for collector boxes. Reattached pressure switch hoses to inducer draft motors. Removed flue vent to be able to get to last two screws and also reattached flue pipe 90degree connector on both units and tighten ring clamps snugg on both units. Started up unit and it is functioning properly at this time. Reset thermostat to customer preferences at this time. Removed old failed gas valve from the basement furnace after collector box had been installed. First shut off the gas to the furnace and then removed lead wires from old valve. Disconnected gas line from one side of the valve
the customer informed me about what was going on when I got here. They said that they were getting an error code on the thermostat 32–55. Which is a low pressure fault. I went through the entire system and I did not find anything wrong today. I called Tech Support and did every test and check that they wanted me to do and came up empty-handed on that. I also did a reset on the thermostat which Carrier tech-support told me to do. I also called James and Mike. To see if they could think of anything that I was missing. And everything they told me the check was in proper range. I also checked all the thermistors for the outdoor unit and everything on those checked within range as well. Airflow is set correctly and the pressures are within range with a 80 psi suction and a 280 psi head this matched up with the heating charging chart for the system.. I had a 20° Delta split Without the electric heat running. I told the customer to watch the system if it stops working altogether then give us
Upon arrival customer showed location of thermostat and filters which were clean free of debris at this time. Found some debris on blower motor amping in the correct range. Heat strips when activated were in the correct range per manufacture specifications. When petting thermostat into the emergency heat system failed to respond when putting jumper was able to get emergency heat to operate. No surge protector for either indoor or outdoor unit. Found the coil clean free of debris a lot of rust build up due to age on the coil. When going to the outdoor unit found the coil clean free of debris. Inspected capacitor and compressor savor that was on the system both are weak at this time. When inspecting found found bearings to be intact and amping properly. Looking at the charge on the system found it to manufacture specifications at this time. Spoke with owner who is aware that it’s getting to that time of replacement with the system, but it is meeting his needs at this time.
All wiring is tight and in good condition. The heat exchanger is in good condition. I completed a complimentary refrigerant leak search on the system. No leaks found at this time. The condenser coil is dirty. I prepared system options for review. I called and discussed the options. The customer requested the options be emailed for review. I emailed the options to the customer.
Arrived at customers residence and was greeted by the customer and was led to the thermostat to put it in heat mode at this time. Inspected tape and ductwork and they are tight and needed this time without any visible evidence of air leaks at this time. Inspected your home under a airhandler Hwy Attic, and it is dry and has light attic debris in it, but no visible evidence of defects at this time. Refrigerant lines are tight in heat to the air handler and Arma flex. Insulation is intact and without any evidence of defects at this time. Inspected float safety switch in drip pan and it is functioning properly at this time. inspected condensate drain and it is clear at this time. Electrical connections are tight and neat to the components and wire nut connections are tight in need as well. Inspect blower motor and we’ll both are very dirty and are in need of cleaning or covered with black bacteria. Power wires are covered in black growth as well. Inspected evaporator coil and it is cover