Hunter was very courteous and friendly in completing our annual check-up. I respect the fact that he was thorough and communicated with us the entire time.
I called on a Saturday afternoon and had their technician, Brad, at my house in about an hour. He was friendly and professional throughout our A/C being serviced. He explained everything thoroughly and made sure we understood what needed to be taken care of. We appreciate the quick response!
he got it done, thank you
Technician was super nice
Hunter did a good job explaining what he did and what we needed to do with settings. Very personable young man.
Performed AC start up; cycled the system on and checked pressures, added 1 pound 6 ounces of R410 refrigerant for a perfect 10 degrees of sub cooling with a 17 degree temp split. This system is currently operating normal at this time. Job complete
Performed the level 2 package cleaning. Furnace: Burners and flame sensor are clean. Heat exchanger looks good. Combustion readings were normal. No CO detected in the air. Heat rise was 51Â°. AC: No leaks detected. Electrical components tested good. Condenser coil is clean. Refrigerant charge was normal. Temp split was 18Â°. Customers said they had air escaping the plenum and it made the basement very cold. I caulked the gaps where I found air escaping. I told them to give us a call if itâ€™s still an issues. All HVAC equipment is operating properly.
Performed the level 2 furnace cleaning. Burners and flame sensor are clean. Heat exchanger looks good. Combustion readings were normal. No CO detected in the air. Temp rise was 43Â°. Unit is heating properly.
Performed preferred customer air conditioning cleaning. Checked the indoor coil for leaks. Cleaned the air conditioner. Electrical is ok. Checked the refrigerant levels. The refrigerant levels are good. No issues with the air conditioner at this time.
Performed the level 2 PKG cleaning. Furnace: Burners and flame sensor are clean. Heat exchanger is starting to rust. Combustion analysis was normal. No CO detected in the air. Temp rise was 61Â°. AC: No leaks detected. Electrical components tested good. Condenser coil is clean. Refrigerant charge was normal. Superheat was 14Â° with a 17Â° temp split. All HVAC equipment is operating normally.
Ac not maintain temp over the last few days. Customer said unit runs but loses temp in the middle of the day. 22 degree split inside and when I went to go outside to inspect the unit i found the coil plugged up with dirt and cottonwood. Rmoced hail guard and cleaned the coil. Recheck pressures, high side pressure dropped by 50 psi. This should help in cooling the house now that the condensers and reject the heat outside. System operating properly at this time. Highly suggest yearly maintenance on both ac and furnace. Thanks Brad If you could fill out a quick survey on how I did today I would greatly appreciate it.
Found a gas leak on the 2psi side of the gas line. Tighten up the union on all three joints retested and found no other leaks. This prolly happen when we put the gas line in for the stove. No charge at this time. Customer said the lot is dry enough for the ac to get put in. Thanks Brad If you could fill out a quick survey on how I did today I would greatly appreciate it.
I was here to check air conditioner pressures and to see why it wasnâ€™t cooling. I gave the thermostat a cooling call. The furnace fan would run but the air conditioner wouldnâ€™t run. I found a loose wire in the furnace for the air conditioner. I fixed the wiring. Cycled the air conditioner and checked the pressures and temperatures. The air conditioner is operating properly.
Ac pressure check. Hooked up gauges and checked pressures and temps. Subcooling was 10. Indoor split was 18. System operating normal at this time. Job complete
Performed free AC inspection. Found a confirmed leak in the indoor coil. Checked the refrigerant levels. Found that the air conditioner is running low on r-22 refrigerant. The electrical is all original. This unit is 25 years old. Average life of an air conditioner is 15 years. Recommend my supervisor give the customer a call to discuss repair options.
Performed the new furnace start up. No gas leaks detected. Combustion levels are normal. No CO detected in the air. High limit passed the safety test. Temp rise was 50Â°. Unit is heating properly at this time.
Performed the start up on the new AC. I connected the electrical at the unit and the main board. I removed the nitrogen and pulled the AC into a vacuum. Once that was done, I released the refrigerant into the lineset. I had an 11Â° subcool with a 19Â° temp split. Unit is cooling properly.
No heat on the furnace, thermostat was blank. Found the switch for the furnace was off, turned it on. Cycled the furnace, itâ€™s operating properly. Office will call to schedule furnace and air conditioner clean and tune.
Ac clean and tune. Checked indoor coil with refrigerant sniffer, found two spots that give indications of a refrigerant leak. Cleared drain line. Cycled system. Checked and cleaned electrical compartment. Found contactor and capacitor are very worn and should be replaced. Tested fan motor and compressor, both tested in caution range. This indicates that both of these motors will fail in the near future. Used coil cleaner on condenser coil. Hooked up gauges and tested refrigerant pressures and temps. System is low on charge. Sub cooling is 20 and superheat is 3. Temp split is 13. This system is very worn and fails the inspection for efficiency and reliability. Average life of this unit is 14 years, this system is 21+ years old and in very poor condition. Second opinion is recommended. Future failure is expected. Job complete.
Completed gas furnace replacement. Disconnected and removed old furnace from the basement. Set new furnace on blocks and reconnected the gas, electric, AC drain and duct work. Re-worked the existing vent pipe to accommodate connecting the 4â€ RV pipe the new furnace vents with. Also reworked the water heater vent pipe to shorten and allow reconnection to our new RV tee. Thank you for choosing Black-Haak Heating. Please take a moment to fill out our online survey.