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!
When your air conditioning and heating system begins to malfunction beyond repairs, it may be time to consider a replacement. With continuously improving technology, oftentimes the newer equipment will save you more money on your energy bill. At Loving Air, we make sure to give you the best and most efficient option for HVAC systems that will fit your home. We’ll perfectly size your system so you get the most from your HVAC units. Don’t be fooled, larger equipment is not always better, and can end up costing more money. Make sure to consult a professional before making a big purchase on your HVAC system. Schedule an appointment and learn more about our HVAC deals!Contact Us
Tired of troubleshooting your HVAC system? At Loving Air, we provide stress-free repairs on your heating and cooling system. Our team has experience with all kinds of makes and models and has the right tools to get your equipment back in working order. Sometimes maintenance just isn’t enough, but we are dedicated to giving your family expert services. Contact us today to learn about some signs it may be time to repair your HVAC system.Contact Us
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. Contact Us 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
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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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.
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Dennis Great customers like yourself deserve great service. Thank you for your continue support of Loving Air. Have a great weekend
James was so polite and explained the problem and how to get it resolved.
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Ashley, Customer service is #1. We are happy to provide that type of service. Have a great weekend
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Arrived to the customers home and greeted them at the front door. Talked with the customer about how both systems have been performing and if they have any concerns at this time, customer showed me a thermostat location, indoor and outdoor equipment completed maintenance inspection on both heat pump systems completed checklist for both heat pump systems. Went over all options discussed during maintenance with the customer. customer declined all options for today. Emailed estimates to customer to continue to look at for future work.
Upon arrival customer showed location of thermostat and filter which was clean when looking at the furnace the blower was clean and operating properly. Inspected and leaked searched the coil. When looking at outdoor unit system had call for ac but the contactor was not pulling in. When taking the wire off it arched burning the control board alone with the 3 amp fuse and 1 amp fuse and thermostat. At this point if original thermostat can’t be obtain one that works with communicating would be accepted.
Upon arrival spoke with customer we turned stat on. Went to the basement, leak searched coil. Found no leaks. But showed customer how much rust was on coil, and explained it’s only a matter of time before it fails. She explained she wanted a price on just the coil. Cleaned drain line. Blower is clean and checked within specs. Duct work is tight. Went outside, coil is clear. Wires are all tight. Contacter and capacitor checked within specs. Refrigerant levels are within manufacture specifications. Compressor Megohmed green. Disconnect wires are tight. Spoke to customer about water heater while we where standing next to it and she explained they work on there own. Also brought up surge protectors and they explained they where not concerned at this time. Customer is happy with the service and system is working at this time.
Upon arrival spoke with customer. She explained the issue she was having with the outer turning off and on went to indoor and made sure unit was clean and clear. Wires all tight. Drain is clean. Coil showing no signs of leaks. Blower amped within specs. Turned system on and return air was 76.6°, supply air was 49.1°. Let indoor run awhile and went outside, wires all tight. Contacter is clean, capacitor checked out at 40/5mfd. Fan motor amped at .47amps. Compressor amped at 6.19amps. Refrigerant levels where 117/315, 9° subcool. Let system run awhile and system was having no issues. Made sure each vent was allowing good airflow out. Explained to customer it could be an exv on the indoor closing down causing unit to trip off on high head pressure but the system is not showing this issues. Have a price for it just in case. Also spoke with customer about surge protectors and uv light for the system. She is going to speak to her husband about this. System is working at this time of servic
Arrived at customers residence and was greeted by customer and was led to the thermostat and it is functioning normally and according to manufacturers specifications at this time.. Inspected tape and duct work joints and they are tight and neat at this time inspected duct runs throughout attic area and they are tight and neat at this time. Inspected condensate drain and it is clear at this time.. Air handler is sitting level on 6” snow legs in drip under air handler. Drip pan is dry and has no visible issues at this time. Inspected pan float safety switch and it is functioning properly at this time.. inspected refrigerant lines coming into air handler and they are tight and neat and Arma cell insulation is intact at this time and without any visible rips, tears and or defects at this time.. Inspected return duct tape joint and found that tape has failed to seal duct board tape joint at this time.. Drip pan drain is clear at this time.. inspected 2- 60 amp circuit breakers for heater k
Arrived to the house and greeted the customer at the front door. Talked with the customer a few minutes about how the system been performing. Started inspection at the thermostat down thermostat working properly at this time. Customer provided me filter for carrier infinity air cleaner. Cleared the main drain and confirmed safety switches were working properly. Found evaporator coil, blower, housing and blower wheel all clean and free of any debris confirmed or high and low voltage is good and tight. Took Amp draw on the blower motor and found within the manufacture specs. Went to the outdoor unit and found the refrigerant level within manufacturer specifications for current ambient condition. Found all high and low-voltage wiring was good and tight. Found contactor and capacitor both in good condition and working properly. Found amp draw on condenser fan and compressor both within spec. Cleaned condenser coil for mini debris per membership went over options with customers water heate
Upon arrival spoke with customer. Went over everything I’d be doing today and asked if there where any questions or concerns about system. Customer explained no, we went to stat, customer just changed thermostat. Turned system up and made sure we had proper airflow. Went downstairs, filter is clean. Coil is clean, duct work has a lot of dust. Coil showing no signs of leaks, coil has been replaced. Blower is dirty. Blower capacitor failed the inspection. Wires are all tight. Can no clean drain line. Customer was with me so I was able to show him and explained how the system was looking. Went outside, wires all tight. Capacitor checked within specs. Contacter is very pitted and failed the inspection. Fan motor and compressor amped within specs. System is r22 and the pressures are within specs. Jumped system into ac mode for 15 mins with no issues. Checked disconnect and wires are all tight. Megohmed compressor and it is showing green(windings are good). Turned system back on, coil is di