When it comes to Locust Grove, you never know what the weather will be like. From humid summers to bone-chilling winters, keep up with your HVAC system. Ensure your family stays comfortable no matter the time of year. That’s why when you need affordable air conditioning and heating service in Locust Grove, VA, you want Loving Air the local HVAC specialists in Locust Grove.
Our reputation as trustworthy, budget-friendly, and reliable HVAC specialists in Locust Grove proceeds us. No matter whether you need residential or commercial services or heating and cooling, we 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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My first interaction with Loving Air was when I met Marcella (while I was working) and she told me she worked for a HVAC company. I told her my husband and I wanted to get a 2nd opinion on a new unit. She made the appointment for someone to come out. When Adam arrived he was so nice and walked me through everything he was going to do. Adam made the process so easy and we cannot wait for our new unit to get installed. We will definitely be recommending Loving Air and their team to others. Thank you!!!
Adam was very knowledgeable & very efficient in getting us our estimate! He was very personable and a very nice guy.
Trey arrived on time and was very professional. He checked our unit and recommended cleaning and sold us a service plan.
The technician was very polite and knowledgeable.
Excellent service. Technicians were helpful, informative and got my air conditioner fixed promptly. Would highly recommend and will use again!
Prompt, quick fix.
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during my inspection the customer told me that there was water on her floor. Upon further inspection of the system I found that where the drain line comes out the hole right above that was knocked out previously Iâ€™m guessing during installation of the system. And the drain line was clogged in the trap. This was causing the water to back up in flood out of the secondary drain hole and into the bottom of the box and then onto the floor. I then after finding that checked out the system entirely and found that the indoor coil was dirty (also did a leak search and found lo leaks) the indoor evaporator blower motor/wheel was clean . And then took a Ampdraws of the indoor unit they came on to be 1.5 A. All electrical connections were tight and secure as well as all ductwork was intact. I then made my way to the outdoor unit where I checked refrigerant pressures my pressures looked a little low my guess is because she had someone working here before when they would hook up their gauges So
. Upon arrival talked to the customer about her air quality issues. Went to the crawlspace and inspected the system. No signs of mold. Drilled holes in the duct work and inspected duct. No signs of mold or any kind of growth anywhere in the system. The filters are clean. She just had the duct cleaned. Quoted a uv light. Customer approved. Installed uv light and tested. System checked out good. Uv light is working properly.
. Upon arrival the filters were clean. Had the customer turn the thermostat to cool and turn it on for me. Went to the crawlspace. The pan was dry. Let system run for about 5 minutes. The coil started to condensate. Poured a gallon of water down the drain and went outside and it was draining. The coil is clean. The blower is clean. The blower motor amped within the manufacture specifications. All wiring is good and tight. Went to outdoor unit. The Refrigerant pressures were 126/311. 9 degrees of Subcooling. The compressor has a hardstart on it but it amped within the manufacture specifications at 5.98. The condenser fan motor is spinning freely and amped at .56. Both are within the range per manufacture specifications. The contactor is clean and free of pitting. The condenser coil is clean. All wiring on outdoor unit is good and tight. The system is working properly at this time. The indoor does have safeties on it so if the drain backs up it will cut off. Went out to drain and it was
Upon arrival filter is clean, coil and blower are clean. Wires are tight, blower amped at .67amps. Drain is clear, duct is tight, showed customer the dampers in the system. System has safetyâ€™s. Went outside, contacter checked out good, capacitor was readying 45/5mfd. Fan amped at .67 amps, compressor amped at 6.54amps. Refrigerant levels where 120/328, 9Â° subcool, outdoor coil is clean. Fan showing no signs of oil. Disconnect wires tight. Over all the system is newer and working well, everything is clean at this time of service.
Arrived at the home customer greeted me outside and allowed me inside the home. Customer said that the indoor unit was running and the outdoor compressor was running but the outdoor fan was not running. I then turn the system on and cooling and proceeded to the crawlspace indoor unit. Customer has a one system home that is an American standard heat pump system Indoor unit When walking around with a crawlspace access noticed that the heatpump Compressor was running but the outdoor fan was not and then proceeded to the indoor unit. Took an amp draw of indoor fan of 2.4 which is in range per manufacture specs. Checked evaporator coil and blower wheel for cleanliness blower wheel is clean but evaporator coil is slightly dirty will recommend a cleaning. Check condensate drain, drain is clean and free of debris at this time. Indoor unit is running properly at this time. Outdoor unit Turn outdoor unit off and checked capacitor. After cutting off the disconnect checked the 40/5 capacitor
. Upon arrival set the thermostat to ac. Customer was saying that the upstairs gets a little bit warmer. Quoted a nest sensor sense she already has a nest thermostat. Went to indoor unit. The blower is a little dirty. The coil is clean. The blower motor amped at 1.23. Inspected evaporator coil for refrigerant leaks. No leaks at this time. Inspected low and high voltage wiring. All wiring is good and tight. The drain is clear. Went to outdoor unit. The coil was dirty. Cleaned the coil. The compressor amped at 5.09. The condenser fan motor amped at .63. Both are within the range per manufacture. The capacitor checked out in range. The contactor is clean and free of pitting. Inspected low and high voltage wiring. All wiring is good and tight. The Refrigerant pressures were 125/275. 8 degrees of Subcooling. The system is operating properly at this time. Will need to inspect water heater on next visit. Signed the customer up for premium membership.
. Upon arrival customer had just changed the filter. Went to the thermostat and set it to ac. Went to indoor unit. Inspected blower motor and housing. The blower motor is spinning properly and amped at .99. The blower housing is clean and free of debris. Inspected evaporator coil. The coil is clean and free of debris. No signs of leaks on the coil at this time me the drain is clear. Drain safeties are working properly. Inspected low and high voltage wiring. All wiring is good and tight. All duct is good and tight. Went to outdoor unit. The coil was dirty. Quoted up to clean it. Customer approved quoted. Cleaned the condenser coil. Condenser coil is now clean. Let system run for 20 minutes. The Refrigerant pressures were 125/275. 8 super heat and 7.5 Subcooling. The compressor amped at 5.67. The condenser fan motor amped at .58. Both are amping within the range per manufacture specifications. The 35/5 capacitor checked out in range at 34.5/4.98. The contactor is clean and free of pitte