Weather in Orange County is unpredictable. For example, It can be a beautiful 60 degrees one day, and be freezing rain the next. Having a quality HVAC Specialist in Orange that you can trust should be a priority. That’s why when you need affordable air conditioning and heating service in Orange, VA, you want the local Loving Air HVAC Technicians.
Our reputation as a trustworthy, budget-friendly, 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. Ready for high-quality installations, repairs, or tune-ups? Get started with Loving Air today!
Proactive AC tune-ups can save you money in the long run. We offer monthly maintenance packages to cut your energy costs.Learn More
Our team of experts has the knowledge and affordable rates to repair your AC unit. No matter how big the job is, we’ve got you covered.Learn More
Selecting a new AC unit can be daunting. Our experts will help you select the right make and model for your home, and install it at budget-friendly rates.Learn More
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
Programmable thermostats can help cut your energy bill and add an extra level of ease and comfort to you and your family’s life.Learn More
Ductless mini-split systems offer homeowners a cost-effective way to replace inefficient window AC units, space heaters, and so on.Learn More
Lack of cleaning, improper vent materials, or poor vent installation in dryer vents can lead to house fires.Learn More
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Always professional and within time given
Jeremy was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. Very pleasant to interact with!
Loving Air is always great to work with. They keep appointment time, send a photo ID so you know whose coming to your door and work quickly and efficiently.
Our A/C unit was served by an excellent technician, Cameron. He was punctual, and courteous and did his job very efficiently.
I found the defrost board and sensor. Someone previously jumped y to the Contactor to bypass the defrost board. The emergency heat is working properly at this time. The refrigerant pressures are in correct range per manufacturer specifications. I completed our check sheet. I prepared a repair quote and ordered the parts. Once we receive the parts we will call to schedule an appointment to complete the repair. I replaced the defrost board and coil sensor. Tested defrost. The system is working properly at this time. I completed the warranty paperwork.
Regular Membership for one system billed monthly. Upon arrival customer showed location of water heaters. For the main water heater rusted bottom with leaks coming from elements position also on the top valve of high side. Preformed flush on addition water which at this time didn’t have any build up. Did find small leak on the connections to hot side of system. Customer also approved for maintenance for main hvac system. Provided customer with options to address water heater at this point just needs time to think about it.
On today’s visit, I found with the help of my service manager, Ryan Goring, that either the indoor circuit board for the Mr. slim air handler in the attic, has gone bad, or the thermostat and receiver. Have gone bad. Or both have gone bad simultaneously. I am on able to check, which one could be bad. In order to do this, I would have to have an operating thermostat that I know works. I am having to give the customer an option to replace the thermostat and the receiver for the thermostat and also the circuit board at the same time, because this is the only way that we can ensure that we fix this issue. The customer has not excepted any estimates at this time because we are waiting to hear back from Mitsubishi electric about the warranty on the system. Once we figure out the #Warranty situation, we will get in contact with a customer and let them know what is happening and what we need to do moving forward.
Arrived to the customers home greeted her at the side door. Spoke with the customer about how the system has been performing and if she has any questions for me at this time. Customer took me the thermostat down to the oil furnace where we replaced her air filter And showed me the outdoor unit. Leading the maintenance inspection on all equipment found out issues or concerns at this time. System was just installed in spring of this year. Explained to customer we do not clean or service the oil furnace at this time. Explain to the customer that I would be running the furnace, confirming safety and operation of the furnace, but will not be cleaning replacing the nozzle or the fuel filter at this time. Customer is not interested in any indoor air quality at this time has a surge protectors on equipment Had a hot water heater just replaced completed the maintenance inspection sheet went over with a customer return system to service
heat would not work on system found that the t stat was not set up properly. Set stat up properly and tested system In all functions and everthing was working within manufacturers specs
During my inspection today, I found a few things I wanted to bring to the customers attention. First being that the ductwork in the home was dirty. There’s so much dust in the ductwork that is actually coming out of the supply vents. I showed the customer what I was talking about. And I also pointed out that the system is not equipped with surge protection devices. I gave the customer the option to add them to the system. She informed me that she wanted me to email all of the options to her husband who would be making the decision. Other than these items the system is operating properly at this time. All other information is in my check sheet which I’ve emailed to the customers well.
During my inspection today, I found a few things I wanted to bring to the customers attention. First being that the system is not equipped with any UV lights. I am giving the customer the option to add a UVC advantage for air quality. Secondly, I am giving the customer the option to replace the contactor for the outdoor unit. It is showing signs of burning and pitting. This can cause the system to not operate properly. I am also giving the customer the option to add surge protection devices to the indoor and outdoor units. I check the system in the heat mode today. Everything is operating at normal capacitance at this time.
Arrived at customers house to complete maintenance. I checked system in both heating and cooling. The backup heat is amping correctly. The heat pump heat is working properly. Checked charge in cooling mode and all of my measurements are within range. At this time the system is working great in both heating and cooling and all coils are clean. For more info - refer to checksheet
All wiring is tight and in good condition. The refrigerant pressures are in correct range per manufacturer specifications. Tested in cooling and heating. I completed the check sheet and emailed it to the customer. The system is working properly at this time.
I found the ez trap float switch triggered. There’s debris and algae buildup in it. The outdoor run capacitor is bad on the herm side. I cleared and cleaned the drain line and trap. I flushed with two gallons of water. I replaced the run capacitor under system warranty. I tested operation. The system is working properly at this time. System will take several hours to reach the set temperature. Please give it until morning. The customer signed up for our club membership.