Dan did a excellent job. He was very professional and a really nice guy. And very helpful.
I have used your electrical services twice. Both times your electricians have been great. All work has been well done and timely efficient.
Very professional, quality service. Thank you!
No cool. Customer stated that they had lost power for a few days due to major storm damage in the area. When power came back on, they heard a noise from the thermostat and smelled burning wires. No power to thermostat after that. When I arrived the breakers were off to the furnace and the ac. Turned on both and checked furnace. Had power to the switch, but no low voltage at the board. Found inline fuse tripped. Reset fuse and had power to main board. Reattached old thermostat and inline fuse tripped again indicating short in thermostat. Reset fuse and attached new thermostat. Cycled fan, heat, and ac, all working from new thermostat. Customer will have to set up WiFi for new thermostat. System operating normal at this time. Ac clean and tune recommended. Job complete.
Ac not cooling sounds like it going to start but nothing happens. When I arrived I checked the filter and thermostat and both are good. Turned the unit on and tested the condenser. Found the capacitor bad and it needs to be replaced. Compressor is getting weaker but still testing good. The back side of the condenser is very dirty and the unit should be cleaned and check for other issues. Talked to the customer about the options. Replaced the capacitor and the u it started up. System is operating the beast it can at this time. Thanks Brad
Performed the AC check and investigated the water around the furnace. I found the drain trap for the indoor coil was plugged and wouldnâ€™t drain the water properly. I removed the debris and cleaned up the water. There didnâ€™t appear to be any water damage to the furnace. Upon further inspection of the AC, I found the capacitor and contractor wearing out, along with a noisy compressor motor. R22 refrigerant levels are low to the point of almost being empty. Due to age, condition, and cost for repairs, I recommended a second opinion with Dan Fox to discuss options.
Performed the level 2 AC cleaning. No leaks detected. Electrical components are wearing out. The capacitor tested below the required zone. Refrigerant is starting to get low. Subcool was only 4Â° with a 15Â° temp split. Due to age, condition, and cost for repairs, second opinion is recommended. Customer would like Dan to call with pricing for parts and new units.
Pkg clean and tune. Ac. Checked indoor coil with refrigerant sniffer, no indications of leak found. Cycled system. Checked and cleaned electrical compartment. Capacitor and contactor are normal. Compressor and fan motor tested normal. Found condenser coil plugged with cottonwood. Used coil cleaner on condenser coil. Hooked up gauges and checked pressures and temps. Found system lower on charge. Indoor coil temp was 25. Subcooling was 0. Added 1pound of R410-A refrigerant to system and rechecked pressures. Coil temp is now at 40, subcooling is now 10 degrees and indoor temp split is 19. This will cause system to run more efficiently. System operating normal at this time. Cycled furnace. Checked heat exchanger, ok. Checked and cleaned burners and flame sensor, both ok. Checked and adjusted gas pressures to maximize efficiency. Normal levels of CO and XS air found in exhaust. No CO found in airstream. System operating normal at this time. Job complete.
Performed the level 2 AC cleaning. No leaks detected. Electrical components tested good. Condenser coil is clean. Refrigerant pressures were normal. Superheat was 23Â° with an 18Â° temp split. Unit is cooling properly.
Replaced the main board in the furnace. Cycled the units. The furnace and air conditioner are running at this time.
Performed AC clean and tune; inspected the condenser electrical compartment and tested components capacitor and contactor showing signs of wear as well as the fan motor is currently running at 60%, sprayed condenser with coil cleaner and checked pressures which do seem off, inspected evaporator coil and did see substantial dust, system is currently operating but future failure is expected. Job complete
No cool. Checked indoor coil with refrigerant sniffer, found weak indications of possible leak. Cycled system. Contactor pulled, no fan or compressor. Replaced capacitor. Cycled unit. Fan started, no compressor. Unable to unwire compressor to test due to wires seized onto contactor. Hooked up hard start kit, compressor still not starting. Hooked up gauges and found system low on R-22 refrigerant. Unable to get model, make, or serial number due to age and ware. Customer believes it is over 20 years old. Second opinion to be set up. Second opinion set for 10am today with Dan F. Charges pending results of second opinion. Not cooling at this time. Job complete.
Performed the new furnace start up. No gas leaks detected. Combustion readings were normal. No CO detected in the air. Drain is working. High limit passed the safety check. Heat rise was 26Â°. Unit is heating properly. I also left a pack of dynamic filters that were paid for.
Performed package clean and tune; inspected the exhaust and intake PVC ensuring all connections were secured, removed and cleaned the burners along with the flame sensor, cycled the system on and checked gas pressures, performed a combustion test verifying no CO in the airstream, blew off and wiped down air cleaner (due to current condition I am including a quote for the upgraded air cleaner). Inspected condenser electrical compartment, sprayed condenser coil with cleaner, cycled the system on and checked pressures and temps, this system is currently operating normal and cooling at 19 degrees job complete
Repaired violations found during home inspection. Bonded the gas line to the water line, replaced breaker to ensure proper protection (20A changed to 15A), sleeved wire in conduit.
Performed preferred customer air conditioning cleaning. Did not find any issues with the air conditioner. Recommended changing the furnace filter. Also, the customer may be interested in a furnace cleaning this fall. Office to call in the fall to schedule a possible furnace cleaning.
Performed AC start up; hooked up gages to verify charge was dropped, cycled the system on and added 1 pound of refrigerant to the system to bring the sub cooling up to 8 degrees. This system is currently operating normal and cooling at 18 degrees. Job complete
Performed the new AC start up. I hooked up my gauges and started the unit. Pressures were low so I added in more refrigerant. After adding 2 lbs of R410, the pressures stabilized. Subcool was 7Â° with a 17Â° temp split. Unit is cooling properly.