Thank you for your excellent service of the installation of our new furnace. The professional crew was excellent .. Hunter coming back to put in a new plate for the thermostat looks great. No hole from previous plate.
Arrival time at 9:30 was very fast. Tech checked system. Found problems. Service Manager came. Assessments were made. A new system was required. Measurements for sheet metal were made. Arrival at 1 or 1:30 for install was much appreciated. Over all experience was great. Happy Customers.
Service oriented company. My technician was friendly, competent, and let me know what products are available without being pushy.
Hunter was very polite and helpful in answering our questions. The office was very helpful in letting us know Hunter's arrival time.
Very professional and right on time for appointed time.
Great work, great explanation what was done when they finished.
They were the first company to respond to our weekend phone call, that was great. However, when the first Tech arrived, the only thing he seemed interested in was talking about all of the additional things we could buy, even a new furnace. The diagnostic lights on my furnace said that it had a bad limit switch, the $170 service call told me what I already knew - a bad limit switch. It look three days to arrive and a total of $520 to get it replaced.
Dan answered all our questions and we feel he did a very god job servicing our equipment
Performed furnace clean and tune. The furnace is operating properly at this time.
I installed the thermostat cover plate. System is heating properly.
Performed the new furnace start up. No gas leaks detected. Gas and exhaust levels are normal. No CO detected in the air. Drain is clear. Venting and electrical components are properly installed. Heat rise was 48 degrees. High limit passed the safety check. Unit is heating properly at this time.
Completed replacement of gas furnace. Disconnected and removed old furnace and set new one on blocks in its place. Reconnected the electric, gas, pvc vent piping and ductwork. Ran a new condensate drain hose for the furnace, new AC coil. Installed a new T6 WiFi thermostat and connected it to the furnace. Run tested the furnace but will still need a technician start up on the furnace. Thank you for choosing Black-Haak Heating. Please take a moment to fill out our online survey. Â Â
Furnace wasnâ€™t heating every now and then. There were no fault codes on the furnace when I arrived. I checked the drain, it was clear. I checked the pressure switch tubing, it was clear. Checked the flame sensor. It was dirty. I cleaned the flame sensor. Cycled the furnace multiple times. Itâ€™s operating properly at this time. We will schedule a time to clean the furnace.
2/18/19. Removed old furnace. Installed new daikin furnace. Installed metal to connect furnace to duct. Switched the space-gard filter rack around so it is facing forward. Installed filter upgrade kit and 213 filter. Connected the gas pipe to new furnace. Connected pvc to exhaust and intake on furnace. Switched venting outside. Reconnected electrical and thermostat wiring to furnace. Installed and setup t6 WiFi stat upstairs. Ran new drain hose from furnace and coil to floor drain. Started furnace and everything is running and draining properly. Thank you for choosing Black-Haak heating for your heating needs.
I replaced the main board. Wired up the new main board. Cycled the furnace. The furnace is operating properly at this time.
Upstairs fireplace. Lit pilot and cycled system. Found that front glass panel is not sealed causing possible CO to leak from fireplace into home. Fireplace is an uncertain and it is very old. No electrical ignition to gas valve. System has a knob that is located next to hearth that initiates full flame. System is not fully safe. Recommend contacting Darby Stone and Brick for solutions. Cleaned system. Operating normal at this time. Downstairs fireplace. Lit pilot. Cycled system. Found that gas valve springs are worn causing it to be very difficult to go from pilot setting to on . No electrical ignition to this system. Door is also not sealed, causing possible CO to leak into the home. Customer is aware of both doors and the possible outcome from it. Heavy rusting found in bottom of fireplace. Unable to read numbers of this unit. Cleaned unit, system operating normal at this time. Furnace. Cycled system. Checked heat exchanger. Found heat exchanger extreamly rusted and damaged. Did no
Furnace clean and tune. Cycled system. Checked heat exchanger, ok. Ch died and cleaned burners and flame sensor. Igniter was cracked and broke while trying to remove it. Replaced with new igniter. Found ventor motor bearings are very worn causing major vibration and noise during operation. Checked and adjusted gas pressures to maximize efficiency. Checked for CO and XS air in exhaust. Normal levels found. No CO found in airstream. No CO found in airstream. Ventor motor will fail, recommend replacement of motor, office to quote on follow up. System operating normal at this time. Job complete. Upgraded from safety check to full clean and tune
We will need to come back to look at the rooftop unit. Blower is running but the unit wonâ€™t ignite. Duct work in the kitchen is blowing cold air. The rest of the building is heating fine. Might be a pilot or limit issue. We will return to confirm.
Performed level 2 furnace cleaning. Burners and flame sensor are clean. Heat exchanger is showing signs of wear. Gas and exhaust levels are normal. No CO detected in the air. Drain is clear. Heat rise was 50 degrees. Unit is operating normally at this time.
Furnace clean and tune. Cycled system. Checked hest exchanger, ok. Checked and cleaned burners and flame sensor. Ignitor has signs of being worn, but no cracks found at this time. Found bearings in ventor motor to be worn. Checked for CO in airstream, none found. Normal levels of CO and XS air in exhaust. System operating normal at thus time. Job complete.
Was here for a furnace cleaning. Performed preferred customer furnace cleaning. Found that the transition assembly behind the inducer motor is cracked. Office to order the transition assembly and call in the morning to schedule an appointment to repair. Furnace is not running at this time. Customer wants to wait to pay until the repair is made.
Preform furnace cleaning and replace 413 filter. Clean out drain and all pressure tubes wipe down entire unit inside and out. Heat exchanger is good prefom combustion test. No co found in the air stream. System is operating safely at this time install water and freeze protector on sump pit. Helped customer hook up to there phone. The corrosion on the fitting is normal. Boiler system has antifreeze in it. Thanks Brad If any problems come up with the sensor let us know If you could take a few mins and fill out a survey on how I did that would be greatly appreciated
Completed installation of 2 Daikin 2 ton mini split head units, one on kitchen wall by the end of the bar and the other near the pool/womenâ€™s restroom. Set a new 4 ton Daikin mini spli condenser on the roof of the building. Disconnected original mini split ducted unit we installed in May and re-routed the lineset to connect in with the new 4 ton condenser along with new head mounted by pool area. Routed lineset for the new head unit by the bar to existing condenser on roof we installed in May of â€˜18. Ran drain lines for both new head units to the basement floor drains. Pressurized linesets with 375 psi nitrogen to test for leaks and then evacuated to 500 microns. Released charge and did a complete start up procedure. Thank you for choosing Black-Haak heating. Please take a moment to fill out our online survey.