Helpful and informative quick and efficient
Great job, no problems.
Devon was great. Personable , knowledgeable but your prices for a hour of work is over $560. Outrageous
I lost the fan on my A/C unit. I called and they were able to schedule a technician later that day. He arrived with a partner and they got to work and found the capacitor on the fan was not functioning properly. They replaced it and checked the refrigerant on my outside unit. Within a few hours, the system was back online and cooling my house properly. Both of the techs appeared very professional and explained as they went along with the diagnosis. I was very pleased with all they did.
Daniel was amazing, got us back up and working in no time! Great company as well getting right out to help
Tech's are well trained and on time as promised, and explain any problem found to be fixed.
A big thank you to Cory and his assistant Doug for getting my unit back up to speed. I can say now that my unit is operating optimally, and my stress level is back to normal. I appreciate their professionalism, and the attention to detail that it takes to find problems that others may have missed. Also a big thank you to Brandi in the office for coordination of a job well done.
Very professional and did a great job.
Naturally at 8:30pm my air stopped working (not sure if being a member of their maintenance program helped) and Ambient Edge sent a technician shortly thereafter as I asked if they offered emergency services. Not only did the tech get my air back on, it was a great price for being after hours!
Jack was very professional and a nice young man. He arrived right on time and I really appreciate the photos that are sent of the technicians.
Very satisfied with the service we received from Devon the service tech, very courteous and professional
Mod Bianca L Arrived on site and checked in with CS security and store manager. Gained access to roof and made my way to unit with tripped smoke detector. Did not find any indications of fire and smoke anywhere inside the unit. Or outside near economizers. Reset detector and allowed system to cool fir 20+ minutes and had no trips. System is currently operational and cooling inside store front.
Performed 1 system cooling diagnostics. Renter stated that sometimes outdoor unit would not come on. Tech inspected outdoor unit and found failing contactor. Tech ran system and checked refrigerant levels. System was low on refrigerant. With customers approval tech added missing refrigerant and replaced contractor. Customer also asked the tech to add leak seal. Customer also agreed to sign up for the eap (maintenance program) for both of his systems. Tech quoted landlord a price and got his approval before any repairs were done. Tech replaced contractor, added leak seal and added missing refrigerant. System was operating at the end of service call. Tech also added new refrigerant schrader caps for unit. Landlord gave tech approval to run the credit card that is on file. Loans lord not available to collect signatures.
Estimate for replacing two fifty gallon water heaters at same time,they are side by side, both heaters will have new water heater pans, gas drip legs, expansion tanks with brass fittings, copper sweat for ball valves and adapters with water flex’s, plumbing by jake will pull permits and haul away old water heaters. One water heater has circulating line, some additional work, heaters were not up to code.
Upon arrival found blower motor not working. After investigating found capacitor very low 4.4/10. After approval I replaced weak capacitor and blower is now working. Uni is running and cooling. 200 surcharge was added to total price of capacitor
Left ice machine- found no power to machine, located circuit breaker and noted it was tripped. Checked all wiring and tested motors for short circuit, everything normal. Reset breaker and observed operation of machine thru several freeze/harvest cycles. Unit is powered by 20 amp breaker, observed that amp draw of machine did not exceed 9 amps thru all cycles. Everything working normally at this time. Authorization number 639948610
Upon arrival. Found unit completely frozen. Took apart and checked evap coil. And checked condenser outside. Unit is still solid ice an hour later. Will need to come back when unit is thawed to further investigate. Possable low charge issues.
Arrived on site and checked in with manager, went to roof to diagnose second unit. Found no line voltage to unit, checked fuses at disconnect and found two blown fuses. Checked all motors windings and found compressor grounded. Compressor will require replacement before I am able to fully diagnose system. Please advise there may be a restriction in the coils or meter devise upon completion, more quotes may follow. Also, found condenser fan motor leaking oil from bearing failure, evaporator and condenser coil require cleaning, blower wheel and housing assembly require cleaning, disconnect fuses x3 need replaced and contactor is pitted. Highly recommend replacement of unit due to age and phased out r22. Also, I highly recommend customer get on a maintenance plan for the future, it doesn’t appear the systems have been maintained. Will submit referral forum and quote sheet for all recommended repairs. Mod: Joanne A
Reconnected and sealed return duct. All approved work completed.
Please email invoice to email@example.com Arrived on site, spoke to customer about any concerns they may have/customer stated that they would like a programmable thermostat, perform spring maintenance on two HVAC split systems and one mini split, checked amp draw‘s on all motors, checked all capacitors, checked all electrical work, checked refrigerant, check temperature splits, and cleaned outdoor coil‘s on all three. Installed two new thermostats add checked for proper operation. Unit is functioning properly at this time. Suggest replacement due to the units being 18 years old and runs on R22. Work is complete.
Arrived on site to perform cooling maintenance on Goodman split system. Data tag states unit was manufactured in 2004 and uses R-22. Customer is considering replacement of unit near August, but not interested at this time. Disconnected indoor unit and checked fan blade and motor condition. Also checked electrical connections and capacitor. Found no issues. Reconnected power. Checked amperage on indoor unit and recorded indoor air temperatures. Went outside and checked refrigerant levels and electrical components and connections. Customer was already aware but I noticed a cement block on the CFM. When the block is removed the CFM has a very bad wobble. Customer is not interested in repairs. No issues found at this time, all work is complete.
Install customer Provided Ice cuber, Condenser and line set. Ambient is to remove existing system, run new lineset, install rooftop condenser, ice cuber. Arrived on site and checked in with manager. Was shown equipment behind store to be installed. Went to roof and recovered charge. Cut away lineset from condenser. Crane removed equipment from roof and set new condenser. Welded in lineset and reattached existing disconnect switch. Went into store to ice machine next to subway in closet for fountains. Cut away lineset and removed electrical. Used lift to remove ice machine and took outside next to dumpster as per instructed. Brought new ice machine in with lift and set into place. Reattached drain line, line electrical, remote condenser whip, and water line. New ice machine came with new bin switch with sensor. Installed per factory instructions. Ran new lineset from ice machine to condenser. Welded lineset behind ice machine to keep close to wall. Pressure tested all welds and pulled
Performed cooling maintenance on package air conditioner system. Checked all components and system operations. Unit is only 5 months old. Everything is working well and at max efficiency at this time. Let home owner know system is eligible for an extended warranty up until 2 years after install.
Performed 1 system cooling diagnostics. Customer has stated that system was freezing up and not cooling home. Tech found collapsed return duct. Tech fixed duct. Tech ran system and found that system was low on refrigerant due to refrigerant leak. With customers approval tech added missing refrigerant and signed them up for the maintenance program to monitor refrigerant leak. Tech advised homeowner that adding missing refrigerant is only a temporary solution and refrigerant will continue to leak out at an unknown rate. Customer has setup time with a comfort advisor to to pricing on a new hvac system. System was operating and cooling at the end of service call. Advised homeowner that we can also perform leak search at additional cost at his maintenance visit and provide an additional estimate once the leak had been found.
Performed leak search with us light. Determined that refrigerant leak is in indoor coil. Coil needs to be replaced. Would need to quote out of office for price to replace coil if possible. System is R22, Explained that outdoor unit is 10 yrs old and the best thing to do is replace the ac system to make sure everything works properly together.
Maintenance completed. All electrical and pressure components are in good working condition. No issues found. Customer wants humidifier canister replaced next visit. Found duct work loose on unit. Tightened down. No leaks present. Unit is running and cooling as should. Replaced 2 home filters with customer provided filters.