Heaters are appliances whose purpose is to generate heat into your conditioned space. There are things that every homeowner should be mindful of, like the carbon monoxide detectors, smoke detectors and filters. However, for the more technical parts of a heater such as the heat pump, reversing valve, heatstrips, combustion intake, induce draft motor, flue pipe, heat exchanger etc, we recommend a qualified technician.
Whether you’re looking for AC installation for a new-construction home or you’d like to replace an old unit, we're here to help. Once your air conditioning unit is installed and tested, it needs to be maintained to ensure it lasts. Depend on Loving Care to take care of the future maintenance and repair needs of your unit.
Fungal contamination in HVAC units is a widespread issue that shouldn’t be ignored. Utilizing ultraviolet lights can be used in a variety of applications, including air purification. The UV light can help eliminate many types of fungi, bacteria, germs, viruses and pathogens. UV lights are also a good deterrent for odors and allergens.
An air conditioner's filters, coils, and drain lines require regular maintenance for the unit to function effectively and efficiently throughout its years of service. Neglecting necessary maintenance ensures a steady decline in air conditioning performance while energy use steadily increases.
Common Air Condition Problems
-- Air conditioner won't turn on
-- Weird noise or vibration at startup
-- Warm air exits through your vents
-- Fan doesn't turn on
-- Fan runs but the compressor isn't working
-- Lack of maintenance
-- Hot and cold spots
-- Poor air flow
-- Clogged drain
-- Filters, filters, filters
How well a condition space is insulated, ventilated, and sealed is often over looked. Windows and doors play a vital part in how efficient a conditioned space is, however there are other contributing factors, such as the ventilation, insulation, and the duct work.