Joel performed semiannual maintenance service. As usual, he was professional, thorough, and friendly.
I appreciate AC Pros for sending someone out quickly when AC broke down. Thanks! Jeff is fast, talented and cares about his customers so appreciated him too.
As usual Francisco did a great job.
HVAC unit leaking massive amounts of refrigerant for 2 years. Refrigerant regularly being added, sometimes $800 - $900 dollars worth at a time and sometimes at no cost to me but prior technicians never found any leak. Finally Jeff came out, recharged the refrigerant late one evening and found the leak. Thank you Jeff! My Hero!
Jason noted a few inefficiencies. Very professional. Appreciate his attention to detail.
Joel came for seasonal check and discovered a coil leak, arranged to replace coil that’s under warranty. Very thorough, and glad to discover now instead of July or August.
Had a problem with my AC, still under warranty. AC Pros came out immediately, and though the problem was difficult to diagnose, they stayed on it and found the cause, and completed the fix. I’ve been very pleased with their service.
Cole did an efficient job on the service check on our HVAC. Nice guy!
Damon got us fixed from a surge problem due to constant power failures during a storm a few weeks ago. Got a new thermostat that has an IPhone app.
Heating performance tuneup times one system. Check ductwork and blower assembly. Test emergency heat. Checked refrigerant levels in both AC and heating mode. Pressures are 122/278.13Â° sub cool. System is operating at manufacture specs at this time.
Compressor was not coming on. Repaired hi voltage wire from contactor to run capacitor.
Perform 1 system main checked and refrigerant levels changed customer supplied filter washed condenser coil specs are on maintenance form system cooling properly at this moment
Maintenance check out is complete, condenser coils and drains are clear. Compressor/ blower amps and refrigerant levels, has a 8 degree sub cooling.
Compressor was over heated. Upon arrival, ran water over compressor. Added 6 pounds of 410a, also expansion valve is closing down. Found small leaks in evaporator coil. We. Need to call customer and schedule a change out, and replaced expansion valve at evaporator coil too. M# TAm9A0C60V51DAA S# 17264TE61V
Completed diagnosis, found breakers off at main panel. Turned breakers on, checked charge working properly. Declined club membership.
Perform leak search found leak in evaporator coil and condenser coil added 4 lb of 410A to get unit to 10 degree subcool for the time being. Will have comfort consultant come out later on today and give options to Dan
Arrived to unit frozen low on refrigerant will need to come back tomorrow and conduct leak search the system needs to unfreeze
Perform 2 system maintence washed condenser coils both systems are starting to show signs of age upstairs pvc was sweating and dropping water on drain pan insulated it both systems cooling properly
AC performance tuneup times one system. System as a zone with an upstairs bedroom. System does not have a bypass damper. Which causes the upstairs to blow away too hard when it is the only zone calling. Treated drain lines with white vinegar. Checked thermostats for proper operations. Check outdoor unit. Refrigerant level is good at this time. Test capacitor and contactor. System is cooling properly at this time. System is 15 years old and is our 22. Recommendation is changing complete system
Customer wants to reschedule for a day itâ€™s warmer and would like the correct grills installed. 2 returns and a supply
AC performance tune up times one system. Change the oil filter client Supply. Verified primary drain is clear. Inspect blower, evaporator. Evaporator is leaking. Check outdoor unit. Refrigerant level was extremely low. Added nine pounds of AZ 22 system. Office will call and schedule if the 13th or sooner that we can install the evaporator coil wash condenser coil. System is cooling properly at this time.
Return today to diagnose system. Found the outdoor eev not responding. I reset the board on the heat pump outside has system started operating properly. I ran first and second stage cool and Heat. System is operating at manufacturer specs at this time. Also added 6 oz of supco 88 additive from Trane.
Leak search on heat pump system. Pump down condenser and put 375 PSI on system for 1.5 hours. Did not drop any at all within that time. Check outdoor unit. Use bubbles to try to locate leak. Could not find leak. When I started the unit backup it ran perfect and the AC mode. Upon starting the Heat the circuit board outside gave me an error code flash 7. Which stated that the valve was responding but system was not operating properly. I put EEV through test and it said it was opening and closing just fine. I will need to get with Trane tech support to find out what revolutions can be taken.
Heat performance tune up times one system. In fact blower, evaporator and ductwork. Test all safety features. Tightened on wire connection. Located two broken spades on the heat strip relay. Repair those and they are operating properly now. Test if he tries. 40 degrees temperature rise. Check outdoor unit. Refrigerant level good at this time. Test capacitor ,contactor and defrost cycle. Wash condenser coil. System operating at manufacturer specs at this time.