My technician was great and very informative!
Highly recommend Bradbury. From design, scheduling, installation, startup to follow up inspection everything went extremely well. The day of installation was very hot, but the installers performed their work in a professional manner - including their time running electrical lines in the attic.
Great job, very thorough
Technician was very personable. Was very polite, answered all questions & gave some good advice.
Superb all around
Response from Bradbury Brothers Cooling, Plumbing & Electrical:
Thank you so much, Jackie!
Always receive great service!
Eric was very good, friendly and knowledgible. did a good job
We came out because the customer had a whole house stoppage, but by the time we got there it had managed to unstop itself probably from head pressure. We had the customer go in and run everything in the house and watched it all run through the clean out even pulled the manhole and everything seem to be running fine. Customer has the comfort club information and says she will think about it but we went ahead and left an estimate to run a machine in case it does back up in the next few days so we can run over here and go ahead and unstop it without the extra service fee. We did not have any work inside the home so we did not check the water heater at this time customer will keep us posted.
Recalled error codes. Found the unit low on refrigerant. Found leak at outdoor flare fitting. Added 1 lb R410 to the system to restore cooling until we can get back out here tomorrow morning. At this time cooling has been restored temporarily so he can continue to work in the garage. Install to come out tomorrow to make repair.
New install mini split in the garage stopped cooling. When I entered the garage I found identified that the float switch was tripped. Opened the unit and found the sensor had fallen into the pan and was shutting down the unit. Remounted the sensor and put the mini split case back on. System immediately came back on. Mr Lewis also mentioned that he was concerned about the ground always being wet were the French drain was dug, and being so close to the house. I let him know that I was not sure if that was a problem or not and would bring up his concern to the install manager.
System- D/s Approx Age of System: 5 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 113.3/359.5 SLT/LLT: 63.2/92.4 VSAT/LSAT- 37.7/108.6 Superheat/Subcool- 25.5/16.2 (Dirty coils) Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 82 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.1 Compressor RLA/LRA- 12.6/124 (high energy draws on start up) Contactor Voltage- 244.4 Capacitor Rating- 42/7 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 67.1 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 42.4 Supply Temp- 46.9 Temperature Difference- 20.1 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA- 4.2 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ N (Clean filter) 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- I was approved to replace the insulative material on the refrigerant lines outside before and after pictures were taken and present it to Miss Kim. I went over some concerns regarding the outdoor unit the drain lines and indoor air quality. Scheduled next tune up date:
System- 1 Approx Age of System: 5 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 132/334 SLT/LLT: 64/104 VSAT/LSAT- 46/103 Superheat/Subcool- 18/7 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 90 Outdoor Fan FLA- .82 Compressor RLA/LRA- 9.87/100 Contactor Voltage- 244/25 Capacitor Rating- 44/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 73 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 65 Supply Temp- 57 Temperature Difference- 16 Required Difference- 15-20 Blower FLA- 3.80 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x30x1 Changed Filters â€“ customer stated she will replace Blew out drain line: Y Notes- performed ac tune up x1, checked indoor air handler unit for proper operations, coils and blower are clean. Inspected drain lines No issues were visible inside. Outdoor unit washed condenser coils, checked electrical components and connections, refrigerant pressures. No issues were visible. Recommended condenser coil cleaning to keep unit working efficiently and prevent cooling issues, comfort club membership renewal and plumbing special
We came out today to see why the customers dishwasher wasnâ€™t draining since he had his neighbor install the garbage disposal. We remove the knockout plug and turn the drain on for the dishwasher and everything was fine, also looped the dishwasher drain high as the airgap the line properly and Clamped the flange Just a little bit more just secure it better this all took us a total of five minutes so we charged accordingly and customer paid with a card on file also giving the technician a $10 tip. No follow up at this time.
Homeowners were concerned that theyâ€™re new system was short cycling. They timed 3 cycles at 4, 10, and 7 minutes. I checked turned the thermostat down 1Â° and then cycle lasted 8.5 minutes. It came back on sometime later and ran 6.5 minutes to maintain the temperature. The average cycle time is about 10-15 minutes. Although ambient temp right now was 73Â°, I explained the when the weather is cooler like it is now the unit will have shorter cycles and that normal. I asked when they seem to notice is short cycles most often and Mrs Jackie mentioned it seemed to do it most in the evenings. Which at this time of the year our outdoor temp cools in the evening to the point where you they not even need to run through the night and will have shorter cycles.
Checked leaks in kitchen. The faucet is dripping when turned on and best solution is to replace faucet cause repairing it would be hard to find the parts for . The garbage disposal is leaking internally and can not be fixed or repaired. Need to replace the disposal to solve the leaking underneath. The master bath tub has slow drain and is backing up when ran. Need to run snake down overflow to clear out derbis inside the drain.
As Per Agreement
System- 1 system house Approx Age of System: 3 years old Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:103/215 SLT/LLT:59/82 VSAT/LSAT- 37/88 Superheat/Subcool-22/6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-71 Outdoor Fan FLA- 0.73 Compressor RLA/LRA-6.55/91.8. Contactor Voltage-246 Capacitor Rating-4.7/44.7 45/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-73 Return air wet bulb- 63 Supply Temp- 56 Temperature Difference-17 Required Difference-15-20 Blower FLA- 2.7 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x1. 12x12x1 Changed Filters â€“ No (clean) Blew out drain line: No way to blow out drain lines Notes- System does not have any overflow protection to help prevent water damage to the ceiling. Then secondary drain line that is meant to redirect the water into the emergency drain pan is not over the pan so in the event of the primary drain backi