As a resident of Mechanicsville, 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 Mechanicsville, 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 Mechanicsville 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 Mechanicsville 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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Dylan’s experience and expertise was A+. He was very thorough and consulted us on everything we needed to know. Recommend Dylan very highly.
Excellent and caring service
We are extremely satisfied with the service. Technicians were amazing. So professional and thorough. They were polite and found a problem that needed corrected since our home was built. We can’t say enough about Loving Air. I give them 26 stars.
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Arrived at customers house to begin inspection. I checked both units in heating and cooling. Both furnaces have nice pretty blue flame, and are working excellently. I checked both systems in cooling and both are looking good. At this time all components pass inspection and both systems are working great.
Arrived at customers house and began my inspection. Tested the units in both heating and cooling and at this time everything is working properly. Gas pressures are spot on and we have a pretty blue flame. Blower motor is clean and passes inspection. They are interested in a hard start kit, but would like to move forward with it in the spring. At this time all components are working properly and pass inspection.
(8-14-23)During my evaluation today, I found the unit indoor and out to be covered in ice. I gave the customer the option to deice the coil today or return at a later date once the ice has melted off. The customer chose to return at a later date. The office needs to call him and get him back on the schedule. (8-16-23) During my inspection today when I came out, the coil was completely thawed out. I did not find any leaks on the system. I did end up finding the TTXV sensing bulb was not insulated anymore. I gave the customer the option to insulate the bulb and he went with it. After doing so I noticed that the filter was causing a restriction in the airflow. It was clean, but too dense of a filter. I told the customer he needs to get a less dense filter. At this time the system is performing well, and does not freezing up.
Upon arrival customer showed location of thermostats filters which customer is going to change out. When looking at the attic furnace found the blower clean free of debris. Inspected coil which was clean free of debris no leaks present. Inspected drain which was clean and clear of debris. When going to the outdoor unit found the coil with slight debris. Inspected capacitor which is to manufacture specifications at this time. When looking at the charge on the system found it low 1 degree sub cooling. Provided customer with options to get charge in proper specifications. Customer declined at this time has prior financial obligations to address.
Upon arrival found the control module to system had gone bad not allowing thermostat to come on provided customer with options to address issues which they approved. Once done putting new wire and thermostat to system it began to operate properly. Spoke with customer about life expectancy on the system once they return from there vacation they would like to have manager provide estimates on a system.
Arrived to the customers home and greeted them at the front door. Talked with the customer about how the system has been performing unit had any concerns at this time. Customer showed me the thermostat filter locations attic access an outdoor unit went through both indoor and outdoor equipment completed maintenance inspection completed checklist went over all items discussed during inspection, customer opted to replace the capacitor today while here install new capacitor and confirmed operation and return system to service
Upon arrival, spoke with customer. Explained where I would need to see and what I would be doing today. Customer showed me thermostats, and all returns. We went into the attic. Coil is clean with no leaks. Blower is clean. Wires all tight. Heat exchanger showing no signs of cracks. Blower amped at 1.4amps. Unit is level. Gas pressures are 3.4IWC within recommended range. Went outside, coil is clean. Contacter showing no signs of pitting. Capacitor checked out at 45/5MFD. System has pressure on it and the system turns over. Disconnect wires are tight. Priced up membership for customer so we could make sure the system stays clean and working properly. Customer did not want to sign up for the membership at this time due to not wanting to be locked into anything
Upon arrival spoke with customer and explained what I would be doing today. Customer explained she had no issues, just wanted system and dryer vent checked out. Started in attic, coil is clean, no refrigerant leaks. Blower is clean. Flame sensor is clean and gas pressures are set to 3.5IWC. Let system run awhile and system is working great. Went and pulled dryer vent out and vent doesnâ€™t have much lint caught up in it due to home only being a year old. Put everything back together and went outside. Outdoor unit is clean. Contacter and capacitor checked out within manufacturing specs. System has pressures on it. Fan and compressor both turn over. System is working great. Spoke to customer about filters, and brought up about the membership for the system. Customer did not want membership at this time said she will call in the spring and will sign up then.
Upon arrival spoke with customer. Customer stated nothing would come on. Went into attic and found pressure switch closed when it shouldnâ€™t be. Tested system, found water in the line for the pressure switch. Cleaned it out and started system. Let system run awhile. Gas pressures are within specs, blower is clean and amped within specs. System is working good at this time of service.