Loving Care Heating & Air, LLC provides service to your Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems for homes located in Central Texas.
Our company provides exceptional and timely service for maintaining your air conditioning and heating system needs. We specialize in service calls, maintenance, inspections and installations. The Loving Care name is a representation of the owners, as well as the reliable and affordable services our family provides to yours. We are fully licensed and insured.
We are 100% family-owned and operated, and we value your complete satisfaction as it is our #1 priority. Contact us today to schedule your service!
Frequently asked questions
Frequently asked questions
How often should maintenance be performed?
Preventative maintenance should be performed twice a year. Ideally it should be every 6 months, once in the spring before summer hits and once in the fall before winter temperatures drop.
How often should I change my filters?
Check your air filters once a month to establish the proper frequency for replacement. Most filters should be replaced at least every three months. This simple task prevents a dirty air filter from forcing your air conditiong and heating system to work harder, increasing costs and leading to wear and tear.
Should I close vents in the rooms I'm not in or using?
Check supply and return vents around your house and make sure they are clear of clutter such as furniture, rugs and anything that could reduce airflow and make your system work harder. Air conditioners are desgined to deliver a specific amount of air based on your home's size and specifications. Supply and return vents are strategically placed so that the amount of air that comes out of your supply vents is equal to the amount of air that is sucked in by your return vents. If you close off the vents in a room, you throw off the intended pressure balance that your system is designed to operate under, which can lead to higher energy bills and system break down.
How important is insulation and how do I know if I have enough in my home?
Insulation is a material that resists the flow of heat. When it is installed in and around your house it acts as a barrier, blocking heat from coming into the house in the summer and holding heat in the house in the winter. Having the proper amount of insulation in your home can increase your comfort year around and also save you money by making your home more energy efficient. The attic of your home is a key place for insulation and many homes do not have the recommended amount. You can do a quick check by looking at the rafters in the attic. Any visable roof rafters are an indication that you should have more insulation.