Kara got someone out today and Marc got the job done. I appreciate their efforts.
Courteous and informative
Michael was timely and installed our new ADA toilet, while fixing several other minor issues.
Michael was great! He came in, diagnosed the problem, and took care of it.
Quick professional and accurate. What more could you want?
Excellent experience, professional technician, caring and thorough!
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AC Diagnostic System:1st/2nd floor Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP144.4/353.9 SLT/LLT72.8/99.8 VSAT/LSAT50.9/107.8 SH/SC22.6/8 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 90 Filter Size(s)20x25x4(2) Returned tstat to original settings: Y(didnâ€™t touch) Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: Upon arrival Mrs. Livermore said she heard noise coming from the drain line for the 1st and 2nd floor. And also saw small amount of water in the emergency drain pan. Found that the noise is from when only one thermostat is calling for cooling and the blower speed slows down and itâ€™s the noise of the water hitting the ptrap. Also found the water was from small amount of air spilling from the seams and creating condensation from meeting with attic air. Explained that I did not have metal/foil tape since it was all used yesterday so had to tape up with duct tape, did not apply duct sealant so we could apply metal tape to the seams to keep all cold air in and keep it from mixing with
Return and Supply Solution AC Diagnostic System:3rd/4th floor Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP124.7/342.1 SLT/LLT57,6/99,7 VSAT/LSAT42,6/105 SH/SC15/5.3 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 85 Filter Size(s)20x25x4(2) Returned tstat to original settings: Y(74) New Honeywell t6 thermostats Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Static pressure readings 3rd and 4th(bothzones) Furnace cabinet .24/furnace supply .61/supply plenum.32 1st and 2nd Furnace cabinet .22/furnace supply.72/supply plenum .4 Notes:follow up visit to complete install work. Installed two new return plenums, new transitions with second media filter to increase airflow back to the unit. For the third and fourth floor system we had to re route the copper lines going to the evaporator coil to accommodate for the new transition and media filter. Replaced supply plenum for the 3rd and 4th floor unit due to large amount of organic growth due to airflow issues and attic air mixing with conditioned air. Added 2
Homeowner had us out today due to condensation trap backing up. Ran hand spinner through clean out and cleared. Everything is draining properly. Homeowner used $20 gift certificate
AC Diagnostic System:York front part of store Refrigerant Type R22 Metering Device-TXV Pressures before repair SP/HP95.8/392.8 SLT/LLT58.7/135.9 VSAT/LSAT56.7/152.4 SH/SC2/16.5 Pressures after repair SP/HP78/230.9 SLT/LLT77.3/89.9 VSAT/LSAT55.7/102.1 SH/SC21.6/13. Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 88 Filter Size(s)18x24x2(4) Returned tstat to original settings: Y(75) Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: Upon arrival checked in with Mark and located unit which controls the front part of the store. Manager explained it was blowing air but it wasnâ€™t cold. Went to outdoor package unit and found a trip on high head pressure. Reset system and made the call for cooling, after 5 minute delay one compressor came on and only one fan motor came on the other one was seized and not spinning. Tried to force it to spin but failed. Since the second fan motor doesnâ€™t kick on the compressor head pressure gets too high and shuts down to protect the compressor. Took video of the unit reac
Filter Size(s) Returned tstat to original settings: Y(74) Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes:Upon arrival checked in with Mrs.Livermore and went to attic to take measurements and record readings. Have gathered all information needed to provide estimate for the scope of work to correct airflow issues. Reduced airflow to 1st and 2nd floors by switching pin from 30% down to 20% for the first floor and trimmed the second floor from 50% to 30%. When both zones are open blower is now running at 83% capacity to lower static pressures.
Upon arrival caretaker let me know itâ€™s on just blowing hot air. Went to attic and found furnace operating and touched the suction side and it was burning hot. Went to condenser and found fan not operational fan is not locked out Itâ€™s pulling 4.6 amps and itâ€™s rated for 2.1 meaning unit has over amped and burned the universal motor up. Called edwin and he told me to talk to Mimi/Annie since this is such a big decision whether they still patch this up or look into replacing the unit. Called both Annie and Mimi but they are on vacation and not picking up due to no one being available will have to leave for today until someone reaches out to the office on a decision on what they would like to do. Did also mention to Edwin this fan motor is just a band aid on the unit would have to check if anything else is wrong after I get motor running. So it could be one of many problems. Mike answered and said to go ahead and repair it for now. Office sent me to a parts town to get motor. Came b
System- downstairs Approx Age of System: 11 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 128/299 SLT/LLT: 59/94 VSAT/LSAT- 44/95 Superheat/Subcool-16/6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-86 Outdoor Fan FLA- .9 Compressor RLA/LRA-7.1/52 Contactor Voltage-240 Capacitor Rating- turbo Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-72 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 64 Supply Temp- 54 Temperature Difference-18 Required Difference-15-20 Blower FLA- 1.6 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ N customer will Blew out drain line: N no access Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- Scheduled next tune up date: System- upstairs Approx Age of System: 11 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 133/309 SLT/LLT: 61/97 VSAT/LSAT- 46/96 Superheat/Subcool- 20/6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-86 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1 Compressor RLA/LRA-7/47 Contactor Voltage-239 Capacitor Rating-Turbo Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-74 Return Wet Bulb Te
System-ds Approx Age of System: coil 2 condenser 3 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 129/291 SLT/LLT: 53/88 VSAT/LSAT- 45/94 Superheat/Subcool- 10/7 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-86 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.1 Compressor RLA/LRA-12.3/117 (rated 109) Contactor Voltage- 243 Capacitor Rating-45/10 actual 45/9.8 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-72 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 64 Supply Temp- 54 Temperature Difference-18 Required Difference-15-20 Blower FLA- 4.9 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ N Customer just changed Blew out drain line: N No blow out valves Returned tstat to original settings: Y/ Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y/ Notes- Scheduled next tune up date: System- up Approx Age of System: 4 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 121/293 SLT/LLT: 68/92 VSAT/LSAT- 42/94 Superheat/Subcool-21/5 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-86 Outdoor Fan FLA- .8 Compressor RLA/LRA-8.7/94 Contactor Voltage-244 Capacitor Rating-45/5
We came out today to change out the downstairs guest bathroom toilet, we used a western pottery ADA elongated to go back in with. Change out went well made all the necessary adjustments fixed all the leaks. Flushed and tested about 50 times. They are good to go and they paid with credit card no follow up today.
Upon arrival checked in with Mrs. Livermore and located both systems, system one controls first and second floors while the other system controls the third and fourth floors. The second system was not running upon arrival. Went into the attic and found in line float switch had tripped. Re worked drain line and found water was being forced to secondary drain port due to the force of the air inside of the supply plenum, I explained to homeowner that with one zone open the blower motor trims back its speed but with both zones open it is too much pressure inside of the supply plenum and ductwork is undersized. To combat this issue recommend adding a static bypass damper to open up when both zones are calling to alleviate the static pressure in the supply plenum. Also found widespread organic growth inside of the supply plenum. Recommend replacing with new supply plenum to have fresh insulation without any growth. This is being caused by airflow issues, improper sealing of the supply p
We came out today to give estimates to repaint the house with all new expansion water piping and an estimate to change out the water heater or converted over to tankless. Customer has all the estimates in his email and he said he is shopping around a little bit to compare pricing but will definitely get back with us heâ€™s also going to look through our financing to see if the option to finance the job would be better.
Came out today because AC tech said our plumbing stacks were clogged so we priced out to run a hand rod, and ended up running ahead and ride down both stacks and physically blowing out both AC lines with my mouth. After this was done Both AC lines started flowing really good. Customer paid with card on file and we gave estimate to repair or replace a toilet in the downstairs guest bathroom and also an estimate to hard pipe both AC condensation lines to nearby that stacks. Customer will let us know what they choose to do and have us back out make a note if we need to rebuild the tank it is a 3 inch flush tank.
AC Diagnostic System: Kennel Room Trane MN: THC033A3E0A1500 SN: 838101995L Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP: 89/279 SLT/LLT: 71/108 VSAT/LSAT: 53/125 SH/SC: 18/17 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature: 90 Filter Size(s) Returned tstat to original settings: Yes Unit operational; prior to leaving: Yes Notes: Found rubber coating to low voltage wiring had dry rotted and exposed the copper wiring. The copper wiring was touching the metal cabinet. This caused the resettable fuse to on the transformer to pop. I brought my findings to Mr. Heath, the office manager, and he approved the repair to cut back the wire and clean it up. I cut back and reconnected the wiring with new wire nuts. I reset the fuse on the transformer and the unit was operational. I checked pressures and found we had a high superheat and only a 10 degree split. I asked Mr. Heath if I could add refrigerant and he approved. I added 1 lb of R22 to the system. The superheat came down but only to 20 deg
Diagnostic Customers have 2 units. She has a leak in the master closet and she thinks that its one of the drain pans over flowing. On arrival upstairs unit was operational. Downstairs was not. On downstairs unit found tripped safety switch (prevents operation). Water is present in emergency drain pans at both units. Primary drain lines is are clogged. Both unitsâ€™ primaries indirectly tied to plumbers stack (recommend plumber to seal). Downstairs unit has no service stack. Neither unit has a blowout valve. Although both units have clogged this does not account for leaking in master bedroom bathroom (two story home both units in attic space above 2nd story). Recommend having plumber out to inspect leak. Recommend condensate repair-( to install service stack), blowout valve-(to clear primary drain line) and in-line and pan float safety switches-(to protect ceilings.
AC Diagnostic System: Back of warehouse Refrigerant TypeR410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP SLT/LLT VSAT/LSAT SH/SC Outdoor Entering Air Temperature Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y/N Notes: System that covers the back of the warehouse not working. System was locked out and showing code form VFD failure. Looked at the VFD and it was displaying code for over amping and system locked out. Reset system then checked motor. Motor drawing 9 amps and rated for 6.1 then the system locked out again. Loosened the fan belt as this should lower amp draw, reset and restarted system. The blower was still showing 9 amps. Determined that the motor has failed. Sending information to office to get an estimate written up and emailed over.