Casey has always done a great job servicing our HVAC system. We trust him 100% to do the right thing to assure our system continues to operate efficiently and provide my family with cool air and heat in the winter. Thanks Bradbury Bros. for continuing to hire quality people!
I’m extremely happy with Bradbury Brothers - reasonable pricing, GREAT employees - forever on my contact list when I need help in the areas they handle.
I had a great experience. My technician, Caleb, did an outstanding job. The price is a little high but the work is very well done and backed by a 6 month warranty.
I couldn’t be more pleased with the service provided by Bradbury Brothers. Well, come to think of it, I probably COULD have been more pleased but I doubt if any Victoria Secret lingerie models know how to install water heaters or work for Bradbury Brothers (but I bet they would have looked marvelous crawling out of my attic all sweaty)! But I digress ... Bradbury would probably have to charge a lot more for the service if they sent Victoria Secret lingerie models to install your new water heater.
The work was done on time, professionally and in a courteous manner.
AC Diagnostic System: 1 Refrigerant Type R22 Metering Device-TXV SP/HP 77/190 SLT/LLT 87/94 VSAT/LSAT 46/98 SH/SC 28/5.7 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 82 Filter Size(s) 20x25x1 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: Upon arrival found tstat off, checked indoor unit and found in,one safety switch full of water causing switch to trip unit, I informed customer issue. Recommended flushing drain lines to clear any obstructions. Customer approved me flushing drain lines, work was performed flushed drain lines, tested for proper water flow, added a gallon of water to ensure everything draining properly, cleared water from switch, made sure everything was properly operational and draining, checked refrigerant pressures, cooling has been restored, customer is aware if this issue happens again plumber will be needed. Recommendations:
Upon arrival checked in with Mr.Cheney and located unit in the attic which has the overflow to the emergency drain pan by the front door. Since system already had blow out valve ran pressurized nitrogen through primary condensate line which terminates by the outdoor condenser. After drain line was clear ran secondary drain port to the emergency drain pan since it was capped off to prevent water from overflowing in the interior pan. Recommend re routing drain lines to a better spot.
System-main Approx Age of System: 1 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- Fixed Orifice / TXV SP/HP:145.6/389.5 SLT/LLT:58/106.7 VSAT/LSAT- 51/114.5 Superheat/Subcool-7.1/7.9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-98 Outdoor Fan FLA- R.5 A.5 Compressor RLA/LRA-R14.1/77. A10/74.06 Contactor Voltage-234/25 Capacitor Rating-45/5 A44.7/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-80.2 Return Wet Bulb Temp-67.9 Supply Temp-63.2 Temperature Difference-17 Required Difference-15-22 Blower FLA- 4.7 Filter Sizes â€“ 2-14x24x1 Changed Filters â€“ Y customer changed Blew out drain line: Y Notes-Arrived on site, performed ac tune up. System is operating within specifications, no issues found. Scheduled next tune up date: Jan 11 10-2
Diagnostic Sizing and pricing for drain pan (3ft x 5ft) replacement.
Called out because the warrens found a oil stain on the ceiling upstairs below the unit we recently repaired. They showed me the stain and I went into the attic where I found the oil was not coming from the AC it was coming from a motor for their elevator that is next to the AC. Showed Mr. Warren were the oil was coming from and heâ€™s going to call his elevator company.
System- main Approx Age of System: 2 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 128/338 SLT/LLT: 55/95 VSAT/LSAT- 44/104 Superheat/Subcool- 10/9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 84 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.17 Compressor RLA/LRA- 13.4 Contactor Voltage- 239 Capacitor Rating- 24/0.74 of 45/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 75 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 66 Supply Temp- 55 Temperature Difference- 20 Required Difference- 15-22 Blower FLA- 5.7 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x1, 12x24x1, 12x12x1 Changed Filters â€“ N Blew out drain line: Y Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- Performed AC tune up, replaced UV lamp and checked system and ducting for organic growth. There was no organic growth in the unit or in the visible ducting. The capacitor had failed, Mrs. Lemaire approved replacement of the capacitor. There was also water in the pan dripping from the suction line, I re-insulated the suction to prevent it from condensating, and dried tha
Arrived on site, called Judy and met with Walter, found that the condenser fan motor was bad. Customer wanted motor changed. Replaced the motor started the system and found it to be low on charge. Got approval to add refrigerant, added 2 lbs of R22. System is operating within specifications. System-Main Approx Age of System: 16 Type- R22 Metering Device-Txv SP/HP:81.1/293.4 SLT/LLT:71.2/120.5 VSAT/LSAT- 48.2/129.1 Superheat/Subcool-23/8.6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-91
Homeowner has back out today to hard pipe AC condensation line into drain. Hard pipe line in everything is working properly. Definitely needs an AC technician to take a look at the AC drain pan. It is rusted out.
Customer had us out today to replace a flange. While attempting to chip the old flange out, the hub on the tee broke. Quoted to replace the tee under the floor. Removed old tee and replaced with new. Installed new closet flange and reset toilet. Flushed multiple times to check for leaks and functionality, everything is working as intended. There is no follow up at this time.
AC Diagnostic System: main Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device- TXV Stage 2 SP/HP 119/290 SLT/LLT 50/87 VSAT/LSAT 40/93 SH/SC 9.7/6.4 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 84 Stage 1 SP/HP 118/289 SLT/LLT 47/88 VSAT/LSAT 47/88 SH/SC 7.4/5 Filter Size(s) 16x25x4 Notes: System not being able to keep up in the middle of the day. Checked unit and the pressures are within manufacturers range and the motors are all working properly. 70Â° return, 50Â° supply for a 20Â° temperature split. Found the filter was completely impacted, the filter restricts airflow and can definitely cause a loss efficiency. Replaced filter with one provided by the homeowner.
AC Diagnostic System: Unit operational; prior to leaving: N Notes: weak cap was making fan not work and compressor over heat so much it felt like heater was on in the home. Told customer she should really look into replacing unit since she just replaced compressor last year and now this. Customer agreed and have comfort advisor out tonight. Recommendations:
System- single system Approx Age of System: furnace 19 condenser/evaporator coil 18 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 66.3/249.5 SLT/LLT: 60.7/106.7 VSAT/LSAT- 38.5/117 Superheat/Subcool- 22.2/10.3 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 95 Outdoor Fan FLA- .9 Compressor RLA/LRA- 22.1/177.8 (high energy draws on start up) Contactor Voltage- 241/240.9 (potential for failure) Capacitor Rating- 66/3 (Very low value high risk of failure in the future) Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 74.8 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 46.3 Supply Temp- 56.7 Temperature Difference- 18.1 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA- 7.2 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Y (customer supplied) Blew out drain line: N (No service valve to blow out drain line) Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- provided an estimate for multiple repairs and ways to maintain the system, highly suggest replacing the equipment due to age and condition. Static pr
AC Diagnostic System: Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 62.1/233.7 SLT/LLT: 80.2/102.5 VSAT/LSAT: 35.4/112.3 SH/SC: 44.8/9.8 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 88 Filter Size(s) 20x20x1 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: System not cooling due to a bad capacitor, I was approved to replace the capacitor with a turbo 200, add a compressor saver, and replace the double pull contactor. System is back up and running cooling but highly suggest replacing the system and adding blown in insulation. Recommendations: full system replacement, duct system replacement, blown in insulation Static pressure: Return: .42 Supply: .24 Comfort advisor visit: Friday, July 17th, 1-2 PM
Customer had us out today for a leak under the kitchen sink. Found water spraying from the sprayer hose. Customer would like for us to call them Monday with pricing to replace the hose through us rather than wait for a warranty hose to be sent by Moen.
Customer stated neighbor said his unit sounded weird and wanted to get it checked out. Upon arrival fan was making a funny noise when checking amps it was FLA for CFM rated 1.2 actual 1.4 Which means itâ€™s starting to over amp next I checked the capacitor and it was 45/7.5 actual 27/2. Weak capacitor is making fan work harder then it needs to that is why itâ€™s over amping. Recommended new cap, hard start and CC. Customer does not like memberships so he would like to just fix the problem. Installed new cap and hard start and After new cap FLA is at .8 Checked pressures and they were at Psig 137/368 Slt 61/100 Vsat 46/110 SH 19/10 Outside 100 Also recommended overflow protection since there is none in the home to prevent ceiling damage from water but customer was not interested at this time. System is up and running at this time.