Universal Heat & Air LLC - VA Repair


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Website | (703) 580-8988
5550 Spriggs Meadow Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22193, USA

Opening Hours:
Monday: Open 24 hours
Tuesday: Open 24 hours
Wednesday: Open 24 hours
Thursday: Open 24 hours
Friday: Open 24 hours
Saturday: Open 24 hours
Sunday: Open 24 hours

Area Served:
Within 4 miles (6.4km) of 5550 Spriggs Meadow Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22193, USA
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VA Repair is in business to keep your heating and air conditioning units running smoothly and trouble-free with 24/7 service and repairs. Heating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems ensure a comfortable indoor environment in your home or business. HVAC systems help maintain an optimal temperature and humidity level within a property. Whether you need HVAC installation, repair, or replacement services, it’s crucial to hire a professional HVAC company that can provide high-quality services that meet your needs. VA Repair is committed to providing affordable and informed HVAC services to our customers in Northern Virginia. Because we know that every client has specific requirements, we provide individualized service. We provide a wide range of HVAC services, including setup, maintenance, repair, and replacement. We are a team of skilled, seasoned, and licensed HVAC technicians who can handle all types of HVAC systems, regardless of their complexity. At VA Repair, we understand that HVAC systems can break down unexpectedly, causing discomfort and inconvenience to you and your family or employees. That’s why we offer reliable HVAC repair services to help get your system back up and running as quickly as possible. Our technicians are highly skilled and experienced in diagnosing and repairing all types of HVAC systems, regardless of their make or model. In addition, we use state-of-the-art tools and equipment to ensure that we provide efficient and long-lasting repairs. HVAC Replacement ServicesIf your HVAC system is old or needs to be more efficient, you may need to replace it with a new one. At our company, we can help you choose the right HVAC system that fits your needs and budget. We work with leading HVAC manufacturers to provide high-quality designs that are energy-efficient and reliable. We also offer professional installation services to ensure your new system is installed correctly and optimally. Regular HVAC maintenance ensures that your AC and Heating runs smoothly and efficiently. At our company, we offer comprehensive HVAC maintenance services to help extend the lifespan of your system and prevent unexpected breakdowns. Our technicians will inspect your system, clean it, and perform any necessary repairs or replacements to ensure that it runs efficiently and safely. For affordable HVAC (AC and Heating) services in Northern Virginia, you need a company you can trust to provide high-quality services. At VA Repair, we have a team of highly trained and experienced HVAC technicians who can handle all your HVAC needs. Contact us today for more information on our services or set up a service call. The AC air filter ensures clean air circulation in your home by collecting dust and other contaminants. It must be replaced regularly to prevent the circulation of polluted air, which can be harmful to your health, and to avoid blockages of air that can cause your AC system to fail. The air handler circulates the air indoors by collecting the air from your home through the return duct, cooling or heating it, and distributing it throughout your home. It contains a blower motor and a filter that helps to remove contaminants from the air and improve indoor air quality. Heating systems in houses are typically either gas or electric furnaces. Gas furnaces are powered by natural gas or propane, while electric furnaces are less expensive to install but less efficient and more expensive to operate. Heat for your house comes from furnaces, which are the heart of your heating system. Heat pumps are a very effective means of both heating and cooling a building. The heat pump works to bring warm air from outside into your house during the colder months. In the summer, the heat pump works in reverse, drawing heat from within your house and dispersing it into the outside air. Heat pumps are an efficient heating and cooling system that moves heat from one area to another. During the winter, the heat pump extracts heat from the outdoor air and transfers it into your home. In the summer, the process is reversed, and the heat pump extracts heat from your home and moves it outside. Limit controls are safety devices that shut off the furnace if it exceeds a specific temperature limit. They are designed to prevent overheating and protect your home and family from dangerous conditions. Limit controls must be properly maintained to ensure efficient operation and avoid furnace malfunctions. Electrical heaters are heating components commonly used in electric furnaces. They work by converting electricity into heat and providing warmth to your home. Electrical heaters are typically less expensive to install than gas furnaces but are less energy-efficient and more costly. Your furnace’s gas has to be ignited, and that’s what the ignition system is for. A little flame called a pilot light is used to start the burner and generate heat. These components must be appropriately maintained to ensure efficient operation and prevent dangerous gas leaks. If your furnace’s pilot light ever goes out, the thermocouple will automatically cut off the gas supply. The gas valve remains open because the sensor picks up on the pilot light’s heat. The thermocouple detects the drop in temperature caused by the extinguishment of the pilot light and immediately cuts off the gas supply. The flame sensor is a safety device responsible for shutting off the gas supply to your furnace if it detects a lack of flame. When it senses smoke, a signal is sent to the gas valve, telling it to remain open. The gas supply is cut off if the flame detector does not detect fire. The pressure switch is a safety device responsible for shutting off the gas supply to your furnace if it detects a lack of air pressure. It monitors the pressure of the air inside the furnace and reports its findings to the central unit. If the pressure switch does not detect sufficient air pressure, it shuts off the gas supply to prevent dangerous conditions. The furnace limit switch is a safety device responsible for shutting off the gas supply to your furnace if it detects overheating. It detects the temperature inside the furnace and sends a signal to the control board. If the temperature exceeds a certain limit, the limit switch shuts off the gas supply to prevent damage to the furnace.

Google Rating: 5.0 out of 5 stars (57 total ratings)

Ashlie Brittain
5 Star
Called because outside unit was buzzing and not coming on- within 30 minutes someone was at my house, diagnosed the problem and fixed it! Sam was very knowledgeable and very quick with the fix! Would definitely recommend this company!
Monday 15th April 2024
5 Star
Universal came out quickly and fixed our issue in a timely manner. Always polite and respectful. We’ve used them for years and will continue to do so as their service is always top notch.
Friday 3rd May 2024
5 Star
Same day service. Quickly diagnosed our refrigerator's issue and fixed it just as quick. I would recommend their services to anyone in the DMV.
Monday 18th December 2023
Lisa Daniels
5 Star
We had our air conditioner stop working in August and our house was miserably hot. We were assigned Universal Heat and Air through our home warranty company after the first provider assigned was unresponsive and unable to come for a week. Universal came out the same day! Sam showed up within his quoted window time, quickly diagnosed the problem and made the repairs. We were so grateful! We would definitely recommend!
Tuesday 8th August 2023
Donna Adams
5 Star
Their tech came out the same day I called. He was very courteous and efficient. Highly recommend Universal.
Friday 1st December 2023