Thanks, Richmond Times Dispatch readers, for voting us Best HVAC Company! It’s our mission to delight our clients, and we always enjoy hearing that we’re succeeding!
As you may have heard, new regulations went into effect earlier this year that required design changes in residential water heaters. The new style is more efficient, but has a significantly larger diameter. Here’s a “Pre-2015” model on the left along with a “Current” model on the right.
If you think your water heater might be due for replacement, take a look at the space that’s available where it’s installed. Plan ahead so that if and when your water heater does fail, you’re not caught by surprise with a space that won’t accommodate the new style heaters.
Here’s some video of the application of spray foam insulation to the walls in our new residential call center at our office. We used the same type of insulation at our Solar Idea House. We consider all aspects of your home, including insulation. Contact us today to learn how to make your home more efficient!
It’s with mixed emotions that we say goodbye to one of our longest-serving employees. Our commercial special projects supervisor, Bruce Allsop, is retiring after 43 years of service with James River Air.
For many years now, Bruce has managed our commercial equipment replacement jobs. He’s been a link between the engineers and supervisors that design the projects and the technicians that complete the actual install. Whether you needed help designing the best solution for a client, assistance on the job site putting the equipment in, or troubleshooting on difficult circumstances, Bruce was your guy.
Bruce worked with the founder, Hugh E. Joyce, during his time leading the company and has always demonstrated the great qualities that Hugh, Sr. taught his employees.
We wish Bruce the best, and thank him for his many years of service! His wife, Mary, also a long-time employee, still works with James River, so we’re sure we’ll still see plenty of him around!
It’s time again to look at preparing your home for cold weather. Here’s a helpful set of tips:
James River Air Conditioning is always here to help with any of your home’s heating, cooling, plumbing, or electrical systems – and we service appliances as well!
James River Air Conditioning is proud to be the official heating and cooling contractor for Richmond International Raceway. We’re excited about the races coming up September 10th through 12th! Click here to get information on how to get tickets, and call James River Air Conditioning if you’re interested in getting the same great service we provide RIR for your home or business! We are your one source for heating, cooling, plumbing, electrical, and appliance repair, maintenance, and installation.
Did you know that James River Air has it’s on in-house sheet metal shop? Here’s Hugh Joyce along with one of our sheet metal mechanics, Gordon. The computer-controlled plasma cutter (the machine that says Lockformer Vulcan) can cut duct fittings so there’s very little waste. What little waste is left, we recycle!
Hugh Joyce, president of James River Air, was on with Jimmy Barrett this morning talking about the hot water we’re experiencing in Richmond right now. Listen below!
WTVR has a helpful article on money-saving tips from Dominion Virginia Power for coping with the hot weather we’re experiencing.
Keeping your system maintained is key! Call or e-mail us today to set up an inspection on your system to make sure you’re prepared for this summer!
James River Air and The Children’s Museum of Richmond want to give You the chance to win a free college education.. The proceeds from this raffle will benefit the Children’s Museum of Richmond’s mission, programs, exhibits and the winning raffle ticket will be drawn at Short Pump Town Center. Purchase tickets and view detailed rules and regulations at www.c-mor.org/cmor-tuition-raffle-2015.
The First 50 Clients who purchase a Residential Heating and Cooling System, between May 29th and June 29th will have a chance to win a 529 College Tuition Plan.
Below are a few simple, but important Rules: