i Have a leak on my property that is not mine. The service tec walked out the whole block and mapped it out. He is going to the City for a plumbing map which the city has no interest in helping me.
It is a pleasure to work with such competent people!
Jeremy came to fix one of our a/c units. He was thorough, competent and very polite. We love Bradbury Brothers.
Superb all around
I was so grateful to get new service on a weekend! Juan was so pleasant to work with. His honesty on his findings and how he taught me what needed to be fixed in priority. He got down to earth with me about the current national crisis and our jobs. So I’m blessed to have someone like Juan come fix my ac. Thank you so much!!!
So glad I called and used your service
As Per Agreement
Kitchen sink was backed up. Ram machine down outside cleanout .cleared line about 5 ft in and was running water. All water was draining and not having issues . Recommended getting camera to inspect line and see whatâ€™s going on. Could not get cable to run all the way to the cleanout in yard. Camera would be able to tell us why
Gas line had been shut off by gas company . Found leak and was able to back off 90 but do not have the necessary parts to make connection . Will have to reschedule for Monday morning to make repair on gas line . Have pictures of pipe and where the repair is needed on the left side of the house
Diagnostic System: Downstairs Notes: On arrival blower motor was operational. Condenser was not operational. Found faulty thermostat wiring at connector junction. Wiring is weathered and no more can be drawn from house. New thermostat wiring will need to be ran. Will require two techs and saws-all.
Retuned to see what was wrong with frozen coil. When opening coil door sniffer would go off was getting pings on the back of the coils mostly but could not see any oil in the pan. Went outside to see if I could get any ping on the outside condenser and had none. Customer would like to see if his coil is in warranty first before scheduling a comfort advisor because he said itâ€™s not that old.
Diagnostic Follow Up Needed Blower motor + Capacitor Pricing New customer has one system total in her one story home. It is approximately 10 years old and currently having problems. She think sit is either not working right because her grand kids keep messing with the thermostat or that there is a leak in their coil that a previous AC guy they use said when he was out last. She says her son noticed there was ice on the coil and there could be a leak. Possibly freezing up too. On arrival called for cool. Humming could be heard from blower motor. Checked furnace. No error codes present. Checked blower motor. Blower motor capacitor is bad rated for 20mfd and operating at 14.44mfd. Blower should be able to turn. Checked voltage to blower motor, 122v. No issue. Checked blower motor bearings and shaft. Blower motor is seized. Recommendations: Comfort Advisor, blower motor, capacitor
Returned because downstairs was still getting too cold. Mrs Jureczki said that unit stays on and downstairs will get way below the set point. Upon arrival I cycled system multiple times. The downstairs zone is supplied by two dampers one damper on the back side of the plenum was never reconnected to the zone board so that is always open, whenever the upstairs zone calls half the downstairs also gets air. While performing by diagnostic I found a number of other issues with the system. There is arts if growth inside the supply plenum, the emergency pan is holding water, if it rusted through with time there could be serious water damage caused to the house. The water is there because the drain line is not properly run. The emergency drain pan was cut so that PVC could run, which may cause pan to overflow before setting off safety switch. The gas line has no sediment trap to keep degree from entering and damaging the gas valve or orifices in the furnace. The return plenum or duct work was
System- single system Approx Age of System: 5 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 115/276.9 SLT/LLT: 62.8/80.9 VSAT/LSAT- 38.3/90.4 Superheat/Subcool- 24.2/9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 76.1 Outdoor Fan FLA- .4 Compressor RLA/LRA- 7.4/82.3 Contactor Voltage- 245.4 Capacitor Rating- 41/2 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-69.8 Return wet bulb- 43.7 Supply Temp- 55.5 Temperature Difference- 14.3 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA- 5.70 Static- return .3 supply .4 Filter Sizes â€“20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Y Blew out drain line: N Notes- no service valve to blow out drain line. Condenser capacitor should be a value of 45/5mfd +-5% it is far bellow recommended value and is causing strain on the systems components. Maximum inrush amps tested and recommend by the manufacturer is 72amps At this time system is pulling 82.3amps straining the compressor and other system components. Comfort advisor to come out Wednesday between 12p.m. To 1p.m. Next Scheduled Tune up Date: wi
Ran sewer machine down bathroom tub cleanout . Ran all 100 ft and cleared line. Pulled back roots on end of cable . Line backed up again while here and had to run again multiple times to clear. Got line clear and coming back Monday to run camera down the line to see where the break is and pull and reset powder bathroom toilet .
Diagnostic System: Refrigerant Type R22/R410A Metering Device-Fixed Orifice/TXV SP/HP SLT/LLT VSAT/LSAT SH/SC Outdoor Entering Air Temperature Notes: upon arrival customer stated that air was blowing but not air. Went into attic to see if blower was operational. Then went to see condenser found that cap was rated 45/5 and it was at 0/2.1 went and told customer what happened and she agreed on changing cap and adding hard start kit to regulate compressor. While checking system out found multiple issues also outside line isnâ€™t insulated, unit does not have any overflow protection and supply plenum is covered in organic growth presented issues to customer but she would like just to get the unit running for now and have this stuff brought up again on tune up. System is operating at this time. Recommendations:
Very quiet man, said he takes at least a few days to think about everything
Diagnostic System: AC 19/ services units 2093-2110 Refrigerant Type R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP 66/177 SLT/LLT 53/80 VSAT/LSAT 38/93 SH/SC 14/12 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 77 Notes: Talked to Brandon over the phone. Explained to him that the system has a refrigerant leak and that due to its age of 15 years and using the phased out R22 refrigerant I highly recommend replacing the system. He said that due to the current situation with the Coronavirus, he would like it have the system topped off with refrigerant to hold over until the coronavirus issue passes, although he would also like to get an estimate to replace, because they plan on doing so as soon as theyâ€™re able.
Diagnostic System: Refrigerant Type R22/R410A Metering Device-Fixed Orifice/TXV SP/HP SLT/LLT VSAT/LSAT SH/SC Outdoor Entering Air Temperature Notes: customer stated that system would not cool but would blow air so went to check condenser and found fan not working but compressor was. Popped open door and was getting 24 volts from the contactor but fan motor was not operating. Fan motor is a multi speed motor that is not powered by capacitor itâ€™s connected directly to contactor. Told customer that office will check for availability and warranty and will be in contact with her on Monday to see what she would like to get done. If we could get a senior tech to see how we could fix her ductwork she would like that as well. Recommendations:
Has gotten 6 other quotes, they were all 2000 less