Great Customer Service !
Very detailed person. Checked out everything and explained what he did to us.
Aubrey, the All Seasons service tech was professional, friendly, and knowledgeable. He efficiently repaired our a/c, had the need parts with him and thoughtfully answered all of our questions even after performing the repairs in the searing 100 degree heat. All Seasons service price was reasonable and we were appreciative of their prompt response.
He is knowledgeable and will trained.
They did great work in a timely fashion
Prompt service, very courteous
Logan Stover was very professional, polite, and diligent.
Aubrey resolved my problem with the filter sizing and I am very pleased with the new filter.
Logan really explained everything he was doing. I need to stay with him because of the cats so it helped to see there was breakers in the furnace. And how he tightened screws due to vibration and how he cleaned coils to keep the system clean. So much in ffg ormation thank you Logan.
We were out of town when our 15 year old furnace developed a coil leak. Logan called us & discussed various options with us. We decided to go with a new furnace. All Seasons personnel got us the new furnace, coordinated with our neighbor’s schedule & was able to install the new furnace during the same week (earlier than they quoted). The price was great!! Service excellent. On both visits, Logan called & kept us posted on his progress.
Aubrey was very efficient and knowledgeable. He did a great job.
All Seasons responded very fast and Aubrey did a great job determining what was wrong and fixing our air conditioner
Installing new Lennox 14 seer heat pump system
Replaced heat strip relays and two buss fuses. Went over system operation and thermostat operation. System working good at this time.
Complaint of no heat, outdoor unit runs but not indoor blower. Diagnosis- Found system blower bearings bad, locked up and needs replaced. Got motor on order and will be replacing wensday.
Complaint of pressure switch failure on Gibson gas furnace. Diagnosis- Found pressure switch failing causing furnace to short cycle when pressure switch should be staying closed. Solution- System needs new pressure switch.
Doing a tuneup on a Lennox Heat pump system
Working on a carrier electric furnace that is not heating due to a burned out transformer
Bidding on a heat pump system and ductwork.
Planned maintenance checkout on lennox heat pump system.
Troubleshooting a blank thermostat call with no system operation. Found bad control board. Replaced control board and found shorted to ground blower motor, which burnt up the new control board. Ordered new parts to install when they come in.
Planned maintenance checkout on lennox gas furnace and carrier heat pump. Both systems look great at this time.
Troubleshooting a ameristar heat pump not coming on. Found high voltage breaker tripped. Tried to flip breaker on, and went back to trip. Turned off power and tested Ohms on compressor. Compressor found shorted to ground. Recommended compressor replacement or system replacement as system is 14 years old.
Performing a planned maintenance agreement heating checkout on a Lennox communicating heat pump system. Checking/replacing air filter. Inspecting thermostat for error codes or faults. Testing emergency heat functions and inspecting wiring. Checking system refrigerant charge. Testing outdoor electrical components and wiring. Testing defrost functions. And checking overall system performance.
Performing a planned maintenance agreement heating checkout on a Lennox 80 percent gas furnace. Inspecting flue pipe venting. Checking/replace air filter. Inspecting wiring. Inspecting burners, flame sensor, and spark ignitor. Testing temp rise on furnace. Performing a combustion analysis on system. Testing themselves operations. No issues found at this time.
Performing a heating tune up on a Lennox heat pump system. Cleaning washable air filter. Testing emergency strip heat and inspecting wiring. Checking blower for operation and cleanliness. Inspecting coils for cleanliness. Checking system refrigerant charge. Testing and inspecting outdoor electrical components and wiring. Testing thermostat operations and looking for fault codes. And testing overall system performance.
Complaint of no heat. Diagnosis- Found loose or blocked contact on low voltage going to contactor. Solution- Got wasp nest out and tested system. Looks good at this time.