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!
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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.Contact Us
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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 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.
Upon arrival filters are clean. Spoke with customer and they explained no issues at this time. Went to stat and stat was clean. Went to attic. Heat exchanger checked out good. Coil is clean, no leaks at this time.cleaned flame sensor. Gas pressures where 3.5IWC. Tested safetyâ€™s and they are working at this time. Blower has film on it, still recommend to clean. Wires all tight. Blower amped at 1.1amps. Drain line is clear. Spoke to customer about duct work and blower and customer wanted to fix duct work. Re did duct so it was not pinched off. Showed customer pictures and they are happy at this time. System is working well at this time of service.
Upon arrival, upstairs system. Filters are clear. Went to thermostat, system set to 79Â°, turned system down and went into attic. Coil is clean, found no leaks on coil. Drain line is clear. Blower is clear, amped at .9amps. Heat exchanger checked out in good shape. Wires all tight. Indoor unit is running well. Went outside, coil is clear. Contacter and capacitor checked out within specs. Fan amped at 1.1amps. Compressor amped at 6.43amps. Refrigerant levels where 75/280 psi. Disconnect wires are tight. Upstairs system is running good at this time but with its age it could fail at any time. Downstairs, turned system up, went into crawlspace. Coil is clean. Blower is clean, amped at 1.0amps. Drain line is clear. Wires are tight. Unit is level. Heat exchanger looks good at this time. Went outside, coil is clear. Wires are tight. Fan amped at 1.1amps. Compressor amped at 6.16amps. Refrigerant levels where 115/320. Contacter and capacitor checked out within specs. Disconnect wires are tig
Upon arrival started upstairs. Turned stat on cool. Went to attic, no ladder needed, filter was clean. Coil and blower are clean. Wires are all tight. Blower amped at .93amps. Drain is clear but is not a eztrap. Padpn does have pan safety in it. Leak searched indoor coil with no hits. Turned system back on and let it run. Went to garage unit, coil and blower are clear. Heat exchanger showing no signs of cracks. Leak searched coil with no hits but is very rusted. Brought customer out to see coil and explain what can happen over time. Wires all tight and drain is clear. Blower amped at 1.4amps. Went outside, upstairs outdoor, wires are tight. Contacter is working good. Capacitor (45/5) checked out at 45/5mfd. Fan amped at .53amps. Compressor amped at 5.53amps. Pressures are 115/325. Disconnect wires are tight. Coil is clear. Upstairs is working good at time. Downstairs outdoor, coil is dirty, fan amped at .31amps. Compressor amped at 3.99amps. Contacter and capacitor checked out withi
Arrived to the house and knocked on the front door, customer customer greeted us at the door and allowed us to enter inside. Asked customer if we could see the indoor unit and the thermostat. Customer then showed us through the house on where everything was located. Customer has goodman straight ac system located in the attic. Attic furnace Visually inspected the unit and the duct work and noticed some of the Supply flex duct work was kinked off feeding some of the upstairs bedrooms. Will quote to repair. Took and amp draw off indoor blower wheel of 5.4 which is in range per manufacturing specs. Inspected indoor blower wheeler and is slightly dirty will recommend a cleaning. Inspected indoor evaporator coil and is clean and free of debris at this time. Checked 12.5 run capacitor on the fan motor and got a reading of 12.6 which is in range per manufacturing specs. Indoor unit is running properly at this time. Outdoor unit Turned system in cooling to properly check charge, systems cha
Upon arrival found duct work for main truck laying on the ground, return has a water line threw it. Indoor blower and coil are very dirty. Coil is leaking oil. Outside unit, contacter is very pitted. Capacitor checked out ok. Fan amped at 1.3amps. Compressor amped at 6.8amps. System has refrigerant in it but with system being dirty and leaking can not be exact on charge. Priced up repairs for system and replacement. Customer wanted an email copy of proposal, he is going to speak wi5 home warranty company. Explained to customer price and availability is subject to change.
Upon arrival filter is clean, found unit is in garage. Shut power off and tried to restart system and found ignitor was bad. Checked heat exchanger for cracks and found non with the camera. Put ignitor in to check rest of operation. Coil is rusted but clear with no leaks at this time. Blower is clear, wires are tight. Started system, system came on blower amped at 1.1 amps. Gas pressures had to be adjusted from 5.0 to 3.5. Checked for carbon monoxide and got no hits. Let system run awhile and found no further issues. System is older and can fail at any time but at this time system is working. Spoke to home owner about membership and all and they already have an HVAC company they use but they could not get to them today