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!
When your air conditioning and heating system begins to malfunction beyond repairs, it may be time to consider a replacement. With continuously improving technology, oftentimes the newer equipment will save you more money on your energy bill. At Loving Air, we make sure to give you the best and most efficient option for HVAC systems that will fit your home. We’ll perfectly size your system so you get the most from your HVAC units. Don’t be fooled, larger equipment is not always better, and can end up costing more money. Make sure to consult a professional before making a big purchase on your HVAC system. Schedule an appointment and learn more about our HVAC deals!Contact Us
Tired of troubleshooting your HVAC system? At Loving Air, we provide stress-free repairs on your heating and cooling system. Our team has experience with all kinds of makes and models and has the right tools to get your equipment back in working order. Sometimes maintenance just isn’t enough, but we are dedicated to giving your family expert services. Contact us today to learn about some signs it may be time to repair your HVAC system.Contact Us
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.
Proactive AC tune-ups can save you money in the long run. We offer monthly maintenance packages to cut your energy costs.Learn More
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Heat pumps are essential to the function of your HVAC unit. We install and repair heat pumps so your family can enjoy energy-efficient heat.Learn More
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I recently used the A/C service provided by Loving Air, Inc. and had an excellent experience. Their customer service was outstanding, from scheduling the appointment to answering my questions. Trey Maslock, the technician arrived on time, conducted my annual service, and explained everything clearly. He conducted a thorough maintenance check. The pricing was fair and transparent. Overall, I highly recommend Loving Air, Inc. for their exceptional service and knowledgeable technicians. I am a satisfied customer and will rely on them for future A/C needs.
Excellent customer service
Very thorough, took his time and did all work correctly. Explained in detail what he did. Very happy with the service
James is an awesome technician he always goes above and beyond!
Very professional and reviewed his visit with me and informed me on what he completed.
Showed up early and service was great
Very pleased with work today, very professional and accommodating. Thanks for a great job p
Upon arrival spoke with customer and they showed me where everything was. System was a 2ton but lacking cfm. Coil and blower are clean and no leaks. Wires all tight. Found cfm was set to 685cfm. Bumped system up to proper cfm and turned system on. Went outside, found txv for indoor has failed. Customer wants to go with home warranty.
06-02-2023 Replaced failed ambient sensor and SOV solenoid as quoted Inspected condenser coil , customer cleaned condenser motor himself Also after performing repairs found system low on refrigerant R410A. Added 1 Lbs or R410A to system to bring it up to manufacturer specs. 77/319 and 49/92 SH 24 SC 8 System is operating properly at this time. Upon inspection found : Dirty condenser coil System going out on head pressure Error code on defrost board 7/8 flashes Faulty ambient sensor and SOV solenoid Upon further inspection found air filter MERV 11 causing airflow restriction ( removed filter for testing ) Failed cabinet door insulation, customer removed it door is left without insulation customer knows that the door will condensate and will have tear dripping into overflow pan. Evaporator coil and blower motor , wheel and housing are clean at this time. Temperatures and pressures on heat mode 131/608 and 45/180F Temperatures and pressures on cooler mode 84/190 and 27/59 SC 7F
Upon arrival spoke with customer and she showed me around we went to indoor unit and found system completely frozen. Blower was working well, heat exchanger was clear. Went outside and unit was frozen over. Contacter and capacitor checked within specs. We called the territory manager and he is coming out to give customer some options. System is r22. Left outdoor disconnect off so it doesn’t hurt the system even more.
All wiring is tight and in good condition. I cleaned the condenser coil under the club membership agreement. I replaced the filter and changed the batteries in the smoke detectors. I completed our check sheet and emailed it to the customer. The system is working properly at this time. I completed the water heater inspection and flush during this visit. The gas valve and inducer are working properly at this time. No faults. I flushed the water heater. Fittings are air and water tight. The expansion tank is in good condition at this time. The gas assembly is in good condition. No water leaks. The system is working properly at this time.
Upon arrival inspected filters which were clean at this time. Inspected over the coil which was clean free of debris leaked searched found no leaks at this time. Blower motor amps were in correct range and the capacitor with it as well. Inspected which was operating properly at this time. When looking at the outdoor unit found capacitor had failed off the compressor side. Inspected condenser motor which has oil residue along the shaft. Provided customer with options to address the issues which customer accepted put new capacitor in and order condenser motor for customer. 6/2 Arrived to remove condenser motor and put new one in place. Once installed allowed system to come on and operate to make sure system is operating properly.
went to building met with Randy system was running but it was very loud sound like a bearing vibration. went to roof found belt we put on way to tight. took motor loose and moved motor to take tension off the motor put everything back together and started system back up checked amps 7.1 this is good per manufacture specs. went back down got with Randy and system is good now. also the black piece are from the old belt that was on system and piece of it had got into the duct work and sum up top at the rooftop i cleaned out all I could and let Randy know he mite see that from the system.
Upon arrival customer showed location of thermostat and furnace. Inspected blower motor which clean free of debris and amping witching correct range. When inspecting coil found no leaks at this time. Inspected drain which was operating properly at this time. When making way to outdoor unit found the coil dirty. The coil was cleaned no leaks detected at this time And is operating properly at this time.
All wiring is tight and in good condition. The condensate pump has algae build up in it not allowing it to pump water efficiently. Inside of the ductwork is dirty. I cleaned the condenser coils under the club membership agreement. The refrigerant pressures are in correct range per manufacturer specifications. I completed our check sheets and emailed them to the customer.
Upon arrival spoke with customer. Customer showed me thermostat, went to indoor unit, changed dirty filter. Coil is clear and checked out with no leaks. Blower was dirty so cleaned blower. Wires all tight. Drain is clean. Went outside, laves and everything built up around system. Spoke with customer and got approval to clean around system. Cleaned around system, cleaned coil. Wires all tight. Contacter and capacitor checked within specs. Fan and compressor amped within manufacture specifications. Refrigerant levels checked out within specs. Compressor Megohmed green at this time. Disconnect wires are tight. Could not check every vent in the home due to things all over in the home. Vents I could check where putting out good air temps. Spoke with customer about duct cleaning and surge protection for there home and customer is going to speak to her husband.
Upon arrival customer showed location of thermostat and indoor furnace. Inspected blower motor which was clean free of debris could see oil residue on shaft on wheel. When inspecting coil found it clean free of debris rust do to age of the system. Inspected drain which was clear checked expansion tank for water heater found that it was full of water notified customer and provided options. When looking at the outdoor unit found the system isolated in the corner between decking and cement wall. The dryer vent is placed over top of the ac when inspecting fan was over amping at 5.56. When looking at the coil one side was coated in dryer lent leaked search the coil to find both valves leaking. Provided customer with options to address the issue.