Ronald was very polite and professional. Diagnosed the problem, had the parts with him, and executed the repair efficiently and in a timely manner.
Professional, knowledgeable and efficient. Great job!
He is fantastic, and a real trooper for getting into that HOT attic
Bradbury and my tech Jason are great. I had a simple drainage issue Jason assessed the problem and fixed the problem quickly. I couldn’t be happier. Great experience. Thank you!
Jeremy was professional, knowledge, and efficient. Overall, top quality guy.
The Plumbing repairman arrived at the time scheduled, and promptly diagnosed the problem with our leaking sink. The repairman inspected all the sink drain pipe and fittings and the water supply valves and faucet connections. He quickly made the repair and then carefully checked the sink to ensure there was no further leakage.
They pretend to be profesional and honest but they are a big disappointment. I call to request an AC filter change. As simple as that. First they came and told me they did not stock filters then send me the info on the filter so I could order it myself. They told me they will come back and change it for free, they did try to charge but finally they did not, the problem is that they email me the wrong filter spec. I need to return the first one I order, order the new one and they will kindly come back for a 98 dollars fee.
Arrived to ac leaking when itâ€™s running. Found condensate drain is not tied in direct and leaks when water is poured through. Cut out ptrap under unit in return plenum. Install new ptrap and extend piping down from unit. Retested with hot water found plumbing vent to be stopped up. Went in attic and cut vent pipe and snaked drain. System is now draining properly and tied in correctly.
AC Diagnostic System: 1 Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP 145/315 SLT/LLT 85/101 VSAT/LSAT 51/100. SH/SC 28/4.0 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 99 Filter Size(s) 20x25x4 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: Upon arrival customer stated that unit has been cooling at all, checked indoor unit, indoor unit was operational, checked outdoor unit unit wasnâ€™t on, checked for proper voltage coming in, wasnâ€™t getting 240, checked breaker, breaker good. Found high pressure reset button had tripped. Reset button and compressor came on but fan didnâ€™t, which caused unit to overheat and shut down. Checked motor, tested continuity on motor. Tried to freely spin blades motor had seized up and not operational, unit is 12yrs old, recommended replacement of condenser due to its age and condition. Home is for sale, and customers are moving out of state soon. Customer requested to replace motor. Recommended OEM motor, availability wa
System Main Sp/Hp 148/369 SLT/LLT 66/104 VSAT/LSAT 52/110 SH/SC 16/6 Outside Temp 97 Notes - Arrived to house with compressor not turning on. Went outside to check electrical and checked capacitor first. Immediately saw that capacitor had blown out, checked for mfs and found that compressor side was dead, fan still had power which is why she was still seeing the unit â€œrunningâ€. System is still under parts and labor warranty so installed a turbo 200 as replacement and informed customer no charge was needed at this time due to warranty. System is now cooling and running within manufactured specs.
Main line outside of building was not having any water come out. Ran big machine up the line until all water came flowing by. All water drained and toilets had no issues flushing.
AC Diagnostic- Clogged drain line System: Downstairs Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP: 127/340 SLT/LLT: 64/100 VSAT/LSAT: 44/105 SH/SC: 20/5 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature: 90 Filter Size(s) 20x25x4 Notes: Found downstairs drain line clogged and water in the emergency drain pan. The pan looks to have dropped over on the decking but Iâ€™m currently not seeing any ceiling damage. I spoke with Mr, Clayton over he phone and he approved installing blowout valve to clear the lines, removing the water from the drain pan and adding a pan float switch to shut the unit down if this happens again. I then proceeded to do the recommendations. Unit has been returned to operational status after the repair. Recommendations:
AC Diagnostic System: Refrigerant Type R22/R410A Metering Device-Fixed Orifice/TXV SP/HP SLT/LLT VSAT/LSAT SH/SC Outdoor Entering Air Temperature Filter Size(s) Returned tstat to original settings: Y/N Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y/N Notes: customer just wanted me to go to the attic and no where else. Couldnâ€™t even go into the room where the water damage is in but from what he said a light fixture had water dropping down. Looked at both ac units and found no water in the pans or in the primary line set. Couldnâ€™t check sinks all I was able to check was the primary lines, pans and I checked the Duct leading to the room To see if it was sweating or wet on the inside and found no traces of water. Could not see if there was more lineset since that room drops down and also has insulation. Asked customer if I was able to go into the room and he said no that it didnâ€™t matter if I went in there because there is no water there at this moment. Customer also did not want to sig
Arrived to the Moore residence to complete the sump pump electrical estimate. At this time there is no need for a follow up call.
Came out today to see why the sink in the upstairs bathroom was draining slow, we ended up using the hand rod and we also check the tub drain and it seems fine no debris found and everything is draining good. Do not warranty drain cleaning. Customer paid with the card on file no follow-up needed.
We came out today to install a hose bib on the back of the house connecting to hose bib on the front right corner of the home. The line is buried no utilities were hit water is on to the new hose bib and the customers happy. We also added a shut off valve in case the customer ever has a problem with the line he can shut it down. Customer paid with credit card no follow up needed today.
System- Carrier MN: 50TC-A07A2A6A0A0A0 SN: 1617C76075 Approx Age of System: 3 years Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- Fixed SP/HP: 138/376 SLT/LLT: 51/98 VSAT/LSAT- 48/112 Superheat/Subcool-3/14 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-87 Outdoor Fan FLA- 0.76 Compressor RLA/LRA-7.10 Contactor Voltage-475/24 Capacitor Rating-4.83 of 5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-74 Return Wet Bulb Temp-65 Supply Temp-54 Temperature Difference-20 Required Difference-16 Blower FLA- 2.85 Filter Sizes â€“ 16x16x2 (4) Changed Filters â€“ Yes Belt- AX41- Good condition. Blew out drain line: No Returned tstat to original settings: Yes Unit operational; prior to leaving: Yes Notes- System- Lennox MN: KCA150S4BN1G SN: 5612J01782 Approx Age of System: 8 years Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.38 , 1.42 Compressor 1: 6.63 Compressor 2: 6.58 Contactor Voltage-480/24 Capacitor Rating- 11.35 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-75 Return Wet Bulb Temp-67 Supply
Came out today to see what was leaking on the customers washing machine box, and ended up replacing the whole box with valves included in the customer knows we do not fix the sheet rock but do you have a guy if you need someone. He said he has his own sheet rocker so will not need that service. Customer also signed up for monthly comfort club plumbing and heâ€™s on schedule in October for his home inspection. Customer paid with credit card and no follow-up needed today.
Replaced the inverter board on the main 4ton unit. Checked operation after replacement and everything is operational. Checked pressures and pressures look good at this time. Cooling has been restored after the repair.
AC Diagnostic System: Upstairs Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device- TXV SP/HP 134/318 SLT/LLT 70/99 VSAT/LSAT 46/99 SH/SC 24/1 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 92 Blower Amps- 1.64 Return Temperature- 76 Supply Temperature- 56 Temperature Difference- 20 Filter Size(s) 20x25x4 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: Called out because fan for upstairs was not working. Upon arrival Mr. Yuskiewicz said that the upstairs actually seems to be working and he thinks his son just had the unit turned off. He asked that I check the unit out anyway. The temperature Difference and blower amps are within manufacturers range while in attic I found water draining into the emergency pan, the primary drain line is backed up and the emergency pan had no overflow safeties. The refrigerant pressures are low per manufacturers specifications could be due to a leak would need to perform leak search to confirm although pressures are still high enough for un
Complete recommendations - minor blower wheel cleaning and condenser coil cleaning. Performed condenser coil cleaning and cleaned blower wheel as well as access would allow. 69/205 psi 40/103 sat 13/13 shsc 53/90 lt 90* oat
Checked out board. Office to have warehouse pick up and return to install. Inverter board looks to have had an internal failure.