Heating & Cooling

Northern Virginia Heating & Cooling Services

Providing Heating & Cooling Repair in the Great Falls And Surrounding Area

Call Conde Tech Services, LLC for furnace or A/C repair, service, and replacements. We also deal in professional air duct cleaning, ventilation problems, and heat pump repair or furnace cleaning, maintenance, and seasonal safety inspections. We are your complete Home Air Comfort Specialists. Call the HVAC Specialists, Conde Tech Services, LLC today for high-efficiency furnace installations that will keep you and your family in low cost, eco-friendly comfort all year! Now with financing available for all your comfort needs.

Summers in the Loudoun County area can be brutal. That’s why a home with reliable air conditioning is on the top of many buyer’s shopping lists. When your AC unit stops working, life can quickly become a sweaty mess. Instead of suffering through the heat, give Conde Tech Services, LLC a call instead. Whether you want an inspection on the condition of your system, needing a simple repair, or a full AC replacement, we’re here for you.

Heating and Cooling Services

  • Furnace repair
  • Air Conditioning repair
  • Furnace service and cleaning
  • High-efficiency furnace
  • Home filtration
  • Indoor air quality
  • Coil and duct sanitation
  • Duct cleaning
  • Home protection- smoke alarms, co detector, whole house surge protector
  • Heat pump service
  • Ductless mini systems
  • Whole-house humidifier
  • Duct repair/ reroute/ modification
  • Wifi/ smartphone thermostats
  • Residential zoning systems
  • Whole-house dehumidifier
  • Thermostat service
  • Filter replacement

Heating and Cooling FAQ

How To Tell When It's Time to Give Us A Call

Has your system been working well up to this point but no longer operating correctly? Have you checked the basics: tripped breakers, replaced the filter every 3 months, or replaced the batteries in your thermostat yearly? If you have checked these most homeowners don’t know when it’s time to call a Great Falls-area HVAC contractor. Here’s a shortlist of circumstances where you should be aware:

  • The unit hums but refuses to turn on
  • You can’t trigger the AC or furnace on from the thermostat
  • You hear strange noises or feel vibrations
  • You see water pooling around your furnace or air conditioner
  • The fan runs but the air is not tempered
  • Extensive ice build up in winter or any ice in summer
  • The unit abruptly ceases operation
  • Excessive electric bills

If any of these fit your experience it is time to call in the experts who specialize in the comfort of your home and require specialized tools to further diagnose the situation. Your issue could be any of the following even if your system is only a few years old:

  • Faulty Electrical Components
  • Refrigerant Leaks
  • Frozen Coils
  • Damaged Fan Blades
  • Bad Compressors
  • Faulty Thermostats
  • Skipped Maintenance Visits

When Is It Time To Replace My HVAC System?

We get asked this extensively, since the adoption of planned obsolescence in to the industry standard the average life of an AC/Heat pump is 12-15 years for standard residential equipment. For a furnace average life is 15-20 years. These lifespan of equipment is also dependent on installation of the equipment and regular maintenance performed. Beyond this much like any piece of equipment it can have premature internal failure.

What Refrigerant Do I Have?

In 1987 under the Montreal Protocol set forth and regulated the harmful products which damage the ozone layer. At that time Freon, also known as R22 was widely used, but slated to be removed from manufacturing starting 2015. Since 2015 manufacturing of R22 refrigerant was greatly reduced and completely stopped in 2020. If you have replaced your system since 2015 most likely you have the new refrigerant R410A. Due to the lack of ability to obtain the refrigerant if your system has Freon and develops any leak or damaged components replacement will most likely be recommended. Furthermore the advancements in technology and U.S. Government minimum efficiency requirements have made many models obsolete.

EER vs SEER, BTU vs Tonnage or KW What Do They Mean?

If its time for system replacement your representative might have given you a whole bunch of numbers but what do the acronyms mean? Well let Conde Tech Services, LLC explain that for you. There are several industry standard acronyms used and either have to do with the capacity of the system or efficacy. EER is the Energy Efficiency Rating incorporating electricity used to its output in cooling capacity, the higher the number the more efficiency it is. SEER is the most common one but also is for cooling capacity. One of the best ratings to be looking at if you have a heat pump is HSPF, this rating factors in heating values. Other ratings you may see is tonnage (2.5 Ton, 3 Ton) this is the capacity of you old or new system specific to cooling capacity. BTU is for British Thermal unit and used for both cooling and heating. KW stands for kilowatt, this is used for sizing the electric heat kit on an air handler.

Trust Us To Fix Any AC Problem In The Ashburn Area

When you need AC service in Ashburn, Leesburg, or the D.C. Metro area, Conde Tech Services, LLC is the company to trust. We service all models and makes of air conditioning equipment including Trane, Rheem, Carrier, and Amana. We also promise to treat every customer with the respect and autonomy they deserve. Please reach out to us by phone or E-mail to schedule your AC repair or installation today!