I believe the gentleman's name, who I dealt with was Luis. Your crew did a great job. Thanks 🙏🏼
Very thorough and answered my questions well.
Casey was professional and friendly, answering all my questions
Response from Bradbury Brothers Cooling, Plumbing & Electrical:
Thank you for the 5 stars, Kathy!
Michael was the best! Truly awesome. He was very knowledgeable and extremely helpful to my husband and I during our bathroom renovation and our plumbing needs. This was our first experience with Bradbury Brothers and definitely won’t be our last because of his great craftsmanship. Thank you so much!!!
Returned to complete work from yesterday. And put lineset cover of the refrigerant lines that we had to run outside.
System was newly installed. They asked me to look at it because it wasnâ€™t cooling. I found the unit had non condensables in the Freon. Recovered all the old refrigerant. Pulled vacuum again to 500 microns and recharged with 7 pounds all new refrigerant.
Cut and abandoned old line set. Ran new line set down the outside. Pulled vacuum and charged with fresh refrigerant. Will need to return tomorrow to complete installing line set cover.
Upon arrival customer we stated main unit (zoned). Outdoor unit compressor wasnâ€™t on but fan was on. Checked capacitor found 70/7.5. Found capacitor rating 10/3. Capacitor is no longer operational on compressor side. Informed customer and he stated he will replace capacitor himself. Couldnâ€™t check refrigerant pressures due to unit not being operational. Customer didnâ€™t want for me to check indoor unit. Recommended turbo200x and membership customer declined. He stated he does his own maintenance, customer is aware any other issues may appear.
Returned and replaced blower fan belt
AC Diagnostic System: single Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP 134/351 SLT/LLT 58/95 VSAT/LSAT 46/103 SH/SC 12/8 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 94 Filter Size(s)20x25x4 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: system was operational upon arrival. Outdoor temperature sensor reading 89 at all times. Disconnected sensor, adjusted the plug probes and reconnected sensor - temperature sensor reading accurately again. If this changes, it is very likely the sensor will need to be replaced.
Came out to repair the tankless navien. We changed several sensors and the pc board. The tankless is back up and running again, while we were testing it noticed one of the tubs was barely draining and were able to pull a ball of hair out as a courtesy. Customer paid with card on file.
System-MB Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:149/393.4 SLT/LLT:63.2/99.5 VSAT/LSAT- 52/115.3 Superheat/Subcool-11.3/15.9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-95 Arrived on site customer went to attic and found the master bedroom system blower motor was bad. Replaced the blower motor and capacitor. System is operating within manufacture specifications
AC Diagnostic System: Kitchen unit Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device- TXV Circuit 1 SP/HP 126/368 VSAT/LSAT 43/110 Circuit 2 SP/HP 142/421 VSAT/LSAT 49/120 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 90 Notes: Kitchen unit was not cooling, manager showed me the thermostat was blank. I went onto the roof and found the smoke detector was shutting down the system. After resting the smoke detector the system came on a made a loud screeching sound from the blower compartment. I opened blower section and the shaving of the belt where all over the place and the belt was slipping making the screeching sound. The belt rubbing on the pulley could have been producing smoke with set off the smoke detector. System is currently operating with work out belt. We have placed a new belt on order will be returning to replace belt.
AC Diagnostic System: Apt 1031 Refrigerant Type: R410A Metering Device-Fixed Orifice SP/HP 0/0 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: N Notes: Met with Isaiah owner of the apartment complex. The system for Apt 1031 was completely void of refrigerant. His maintenance team had nitrogen which I used to pressure the lines and check the complete indoor and outdoor units finding no leaks. Determined the leak is inside the wall like we found on the apt I checked here a couple months ago. Heâ€™s going to have his maintenance team cut open the wall To expose the copper line then have us return to replace the copper line set. I will have have office call Isaiah to coordinate work. Isaiah mentioned that he would also like to us replace the lines in the other apt we found leaking. In another week or so.
Came out today to change out customer supply faucet. The Faucet is changed out in the box with the old Faucet is in the mudroom area. We tested the new one and no leaks, and we also diagnose the issues with the tankless water heater. We have an estimate coming their way to change the parts out and will get them ordered so we can get that fixed. Customer paid with credit card, and we will get the parts quickly and get back out to fix the tankless.
AC Diagnostic Site Contact: Roger System: Server room Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device- EXV SP- 30 VSAT- -15 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 85 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational prior to leaving: Y Notes: Server room unit not cooling. Found system low on refrigerant. Talked to Jeff and he authorized added 2 pounds of refrigerant. Found the leak with electronic leak detector in the Indoor coil. Will have office check warranty and send estimate for repair. Once he receives estimate Jeff will decide if we wants to proceed with repair or wait and see how long refrigerant lasts. After adding refrigerant Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device- EXV SP- 122 SLT- 90 VSAT- 41 SH- 6 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 85
Arrive to the customers house to do an annual home inspection. At the time of the inspection everything looks safe and in good working order. I only found two items which I wrote estimates for. The one item I was able to fix the other item will need a return visit. . Make sure that the 2nd floor GFI is working properly in bathroom ( unable to fix the GFI IT HAS BAD WIRING AND WILL NEED TO COME BACK ) We temporarily bypassed the outlet for safety reasons. We need to re-attach plug and cover to the eve on the side of the house so that it will be working properly again.
Came back out today to replace Vortens Dual flush flush valve on downstairs powder room bathroom. Tested out and everything is working properly.
System- Goodman Approx Age of System: 2 Refrigerant Type-R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:137.3/321.9 SLT/LLT:50.6/90.7 VSAT/LSAT- 47.8/101.1 Superheat/Subcool-2.6/10.1 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-75 Outdoor Fan FLA- .8 Compressor RLA/LRA-9.3/95.6 Contactor Voltage-248.2/26.1 Capacitor Rating-44.72/5.02 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-72.1 Return Wet Bulb Temp-62.6 Supply Temp- 54.8 Temperature Difference-17.3 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA- 3.9 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Y( customer provided) Blew out drain line: y Returned tstat to original settings: Y(75) Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes-Upon arrival, located equipment and made the call for cooling, system kicked on accordingly. Refrigerant pressures are within manufacture specifications for current outdoor temperature. Found compressor was exceeding LRA value on the data plate. Compressor has a strain on it when starting up. Recommend adding compressor saver to the system to aid