As a resident of King George, you know how crazy the weather can be. For example, one day it can be a beautiful 60 degrees, and the next it could be raining and 30 degrees. Consequently, that’s why when you need affordable air conditioning and heating service in King George, VA, you want a local HVAC company like Loving Air. Ultimately the difference is that Loving Air Specialists work hard to give each job their all while using their years of experience. Ready for the solutions to your HVAC problems? By all means, Give the HVAC Specialists Serving King George at Loving Air a call today!
We could let our reputation as a trustworthy, budget-friendly, and reliable heating and cooling company speak for itself. However, if you’re in need of residential or commercial services there’s only one place to go. Lastly, The HVAC contractors serving King George believe everyone should stay comfortable in their home or business. Ready for high-quality installations, repairs, or tune-ups? Get started with Loving Air today!
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The technician you sent was a consummate professional!! He answered all my questions and verified my units were operating at max efficiency. He was polite and was a very knowledge on the systems. He talked through several options of things I wanted to add to my house unit as I was asking if steam was better for a humidifier. We also talked about getting our ducts cleaned since we have never done it while living in our house. Send him as my technician any time.
Thank you Jeremy for being awesome. We called Jeremy out to check a wet spot on our ceiling. He was able to confirm it was not the A/C unit and identified the source. Then switched gears and gave us a quote on converting our propane water heater into an electric one. I am always ecstatic about the service I receive from Loving Air.
James is absolutely wonderful. I’d trust him with any work I need done - didn’t try to upswell me. Didn’t treat me as uneducated but was more than willing to teach me if I was interested. 15/10 would bring him back.
Great service… professional and prompt. Outstanding!!!
Always a pleasure and excellent service.
I’m very happy
Ryan was so informative and thorough and fixed all my issues professionally. Saving his card and will be using his service always.
Ryan from Loving Air was professional, courteous & knowledgeable. He showed me exactly what he was talking about & explained it so I knew what was happening.
Upon arrival spoke with customer and looked at the thermostat. Found low voltage wires to be pushing on the back of the thermostat causing unit to not make good connection. Pushed everything in and made sure stat was tight. Turned system on, had to try and re level unit and drain line a little. Coil and blower clean. Wires are tight. Duct is tight. Heat strips are working. Went outside, all wiring is tight. Unit is very close to level. Refrigerant levels are within specs. System defrosted normally. System is working at this time, issue was with stat wires pushing against the back of stat.
arrived at customers residence and was greeted by customer and was led to the indoor unit to precede with replacing blower motor at this time. Cleaned blower wheel and and,put old motor back on wheel because will need to send back new motor due to it being the wrong size and rpm load art this time.. will return back to customer after motor arrives in the near future.. After calling Trane and spoke with Simon about proper motor replacement and made mention of calling the office to make arrangements replacement motor to be sent at this time. Upon departure reset system and thermostat back to customers preferences at this time.
Upon arrival informed customer I will be going over the system ensuring there is no leak present on the system and that it is operating properly. Tested heat strips which amped within the correct range per manufacture specifications. Inspected blower motor which was clean free of debris at this time. Inspected indoor coil which was clean free of debris no leaks detected on the coil at this time. Drain line was clean and clear flowing properly at this time. Outdoor coil was clean free of debris at this time. Inspected electrical connections which were tight and secure no signs of damage. System pressures were in the correct range per manufacture specifications at this time. No leaks were detected from prior repair and no refrigerant is needed to the system at this time. Informed customer again about the capacitor on the system which failed manufacture specifications customer declined on options to address issue.
Arrived at customers residence and was greeted by the customer and was led to the thermostat and put it in heat mode and also reset all reminders on thermostat at this time and thermostat is functioning properly at this time. Inspected tape and duct work joints and they are tight and neat and have no visible evidence of air leaks at this time.Refrigerant lines are tight and neat and Arma flex insulation is intact and without any visible defects at this time. Inspected condensate drain and it is clear at this time. Inspected a 60 and 25 amp circuit breakers and the are functioning properly at this time. Inspected evaporator coil and it is clean at this time. Ins-extend blower motor and wheel and they are clean at this time. Inspected heater kit and it is clean and is functioning properly at this time. Heater kit has an amp draw of 17.6 amps at this time. Inspected drip pan under air handler and it is dry and without any visible defects at this time. Inspected control board and function
arrived at customers residence and was greeted by customer and was led to the thermostat and it is functioning properly at this time. inspected condenser coil on outdoor unit for downstairs system and the sitting level at this time inspected 45 over five capacitor and it’s within range at this time. Outdoor disconnect is tighten need to the side of the home. It is a Square D circuit breaker Disconnect and Circuit breaker is functioning properly at this time. tested start up for Lock rotor amps maximum is 84 received an 89.2 reading upon start up. I asked her start a second time LRA would not show reading at this time. Compressor is starting on and off intermittently at this time. Condenser coil is clean at this time. Inspected fan motor and blade. Both are clean. Inspected seals on fan motor. Found no evidence of seals. Leaking at this time. Fan motor has an amp draw of point 6 AM at this time. Inspected single pole contactor. Found it to have 244.3 V coming in and going out and has 2
Upon arrival spoke with customer. He explained noise coming from indoor. Coil is clear, blower is dirty. Blower is amping high. Coil is rusted but no leaks at this time. Heat strips checked out good. Motor is reason for noise. So I explained to customer I would get a price on motor. Went outside and looked over outdoor and all electrical and motors checked out good. Refrigerant pressures are within specs. Spoke with customer about price of repair. Explained we could also look at a price for replacement and customer was on board and then explained he has a home warranty and wants to try and go threw them first but he will give us a call and let us know. System is working at this time, just very noisy and could fail at any time.
Upon arrival spoke with customer and explained what I would be doing today. We started at stat and it is working well. Went to basement, coil and blower are clean. No leaks on coil. Drain is clean and safety is working. Wires are tight and heat strips are working properly. Unit is level and we spoke about duct cleaning along with humidifier. Customer has in line humidifier at this me but he was curious about the steam. We went outside, coil is clear. Wires are tight. Fan and compressor amped within specs. Refrigerant levels are within specs. Disconnect wires are tight. System is infinity system, board checked out good. Spoke with customer about surge protection but he explained they didn’t have many power outages and he was not worried about it. Outdoor unit is level and checked within specs. Went to garage unit. Coil is clean, found no leaks on coil. Cleaned flame sensor. Heat exchanger checked out good. Wires all tight. Blower is clean. Unit is level and drain is clear. Safety’s are
Arrived to the customers home and greeted him at the front door. Talked to the customer about how the system had been performing and if he had any questions or concerns at this time. Customer showed me the thermostat location indoor equipment in the basement and outdoor unit. Completed the maintenance inspection of Goodman heat pump system found no concerns or issues with the equipment on today’s inspection. Customer has decided to join our club membership. Completed the maintenance inspection, checklist uploaded pictures and videos. Went over concerns found during today’s inspection with the customer. Completed all paperwork collected payment and return system to service.
Arrived at customers residence to replace reducer valve on storage tank upon arrival found out that per is half inch instead of 3/4 inch had to make and hour drive to local Ace Hardware to buy parts to install new reducer valve. After installing new valve started sytem back up and restarted circulation pumps and the storage tank temperature is beginning to increase at this time. Storage temperature has met set point temperature of 89.2 degrees. Upon departure system is functioning and circulating water to radiant floor heating system and also meeting set point temperature as well. Informed customer if they have any further issues to call for us to come back for another service.
Arrived at customers residence and was greeted by the customer and was led to the thermostat and put it in heat mode at this time. Started up system isn heat mode and put refrigerant gauges on system and after running system for about 10 to 15 minutes found that heat pressures side of the unit was increasing beyond 415 psi on gauges also took a mega ohm reading and it showed bad at this time.. Took RLA reading on compressor and it was 14.8 amps with maximum range of 24.4 amps put system in cool mode and tried to pump down system and system would not pump down at this time. Which is an indicator that compressor has suffered some internal garage which will cause compressor not to circulate refrigerant properly this through the compressor and system at this time.. attempted to call Carrier twice was unable to get warranty information about customers equipment.. Built estimate for compressor without knowing warranty coverage due to being unable to contact Carrier for information.. up