Thank God for Ryan Brennan! He saved the day for sure! He was able to fix the issues we had from and improper install and we are up and running! Thanks so much!
Keagan and Darius were great even with our five crazy dogs running around.
John came in to inspect my system. He was professional and polite. He left my come clean and provided excellent customer service. I highly recommend him for all your HVAC needs
Very professional and did a great job.
From scheduling to the actual completion of the service, everything went smoothly. Service tech was very professional and courteous and was able to answer all questions. He performed the service in a timely manner and made adequate recommendations. Can definitely recommend this company's services.
After signing up for the service plan they have been on time and here twice a year. George was great and professional. Went over everything he did before he left.
Jorge was a pro tech and super nice. Fast and efficient and was in and out quick. Thanks for the service Sir. You will be my go to tech from here on out. Happy Fathers Day!
Checked amp draws on inducer fan motor and blower motor, cleaned flame sensor checked air filter, checked safety devices, checked heat exchanger it was good, check igniter
Found condensing unit randomly cutting out. Float switch seemed to be tripping condensing unit out. Checked condensate trap. Condensate trap was at an angle and trap is very shallow not allowing trap to fill with water creating a vapor barrier. Water wouldn't drain out tripping Float switch. Repiped condensate trap and ran system through cooling. Checked drain for proper draining. Unit is draining and drain doesn't seem to be clogged. Unit ran for an hour straight without tripping out or condensing unit cutting off. System cooling at this time.
Upon arrival hung up bypass damper and adjusted weight accordingly. Checked level of coil, added extra screws to straps. Checked outside unit and herd reversing valve solenoid making a buzzing sound. Tighten reversing valve solenoid screw and sound stopped. System is operating properly at this time.
Upon arrival found that the downstairs system had been leaking water onto the ceiling. Checked inside unit and found that the main drain line had been broken off the coil. Was able to re-pipe a new male fitting in and P-trap. Found that the filters were clogged, outdoor coils were clogged and a contactor burnt up on the downstairs. Homeowner approved replacement of drain section, cleaning coils and replacing contactor. System is now draining and cooling properly at this time.
Upon arrival pumped system down and replaced txv with a 5 ton piston. Pressure tested lines to 397psi and pressures held for 20min. Released nitrogen and started vacuum. Pulled vacuum down to 500microns and then purged system with Freon. Released charge back into system and added 1lb 13oz. System is now cooling with a 56* supply and 77* return
Upon arrival found that the system wasnâ€™t cooling. Checked inside unit and found everything operational, checked outdoor unit and found the compressor not running but fan motor running. Checked capacitor and found it dead, replaced capacitor and compressor came on. Checked pressures and amp draws both looked good system is now cooling at this time.
Upon arrival homeowner showed me where water was leaking. Checked in attic and found spot where water had been leaking onto ceiling. No hvac equipment in area of water. Water looks to be entering through the roof. Recommended having a roof inspection. Also homeowner signed up on maintenance.
Upon arrival found system not cooling. Checked system and found that the blower was receiving its high and low voltage to come on but motor wasnâ€™t coming on. Replaced blower and turned system back on. Blower came on and system began to cool. Checked supply and return temperatures and supply was 67 return was 88. System is now cooling properly and found no issues with control board.
upon arrival found system cooling but downstairs was cooling two 6061 while it was set for 72, found that The battery on thermostat were low replaced batteries and when thermostat would turn off damper would close, noticed that when the downstairs was done calling for cool upstairs would kick on heat from thermostat but Tstat wouldnâ€™t be calling for heat. after looking at wiring found that none of the commons were wired in for thermostat so they can get power from unit. Wired in common. And still didnâ€™t fix issue. Went through Tstat settings, checked wiring, changed Tstat and it still was doing the same thing. I still a 2ft section of wire and connected the Tstat to it and it was still doing the same thing. Also noticed that the drain line was clogged up. Homeowner approved blowing out drain line. After speaking with office will need to come back and complete diagnosis. Upon arrival moved w1 on Tstat to w2, set downstairs Tstat to 1 heat 1 aux heat. Tested Tstat and Tstat is now
Upon arrival found system leaking water into return. Found main drain clogged and secondary drain detached from unit causing system to not drain properly. Checked outdoor unit and found system slightly low on Freon. Found evaporator coil rusted pretty bad. Recommended replacement of system. Homeowner wanted to move forward with repairs. Added 2lbs of R-22 to system and cleared and repaired drain line. System is now functioning properly at this time.
Lee said vp office was 10 degrees warmer than the rest of the area. Adjusted dampers in ductwork to force more airflow to office. Closed down supply register near thermostat. Front/bathroom damper wasn't in it( no rod). Took temp reading where thermostat is, in return at the unit, and in the vp office. After adjusting airflow, temp is within 1 degree apart. Front supply register was already closed. Opened register a little more. System is cooling at this time.
Wrap Spiral supply duct in closet due to condensation on duct.
Gave estimates for replacing system. Henry would like to move forward with installing a new xp-20 and running new Tstat wiring to Tstat and condenser. New disconnect and pad. Checking on availability for condenser.
Turned thermostat to cool and ran system through cooling cycle. Took temp reading on supply and return air. Checked static pressure on duct system. Checked electrical components. Delta t is higher than it should be (temp difference is very high). Blower capacitor is weak and needs to be replaced. Blower motor is leaking grass out of bearings and may be on its way out. Evaporator coil is installed improperly causing low airflow through evaporator coil. Should have had a transition between furnace and evaporator coil. System will flood liquid back to compressor and/or freeze up due to improper installation. Condensing coil is very dirty and needs to be cleaned. Dual run capacitor is bad in condensing unit (35/1.7 out of 55/5). Recommend replacing dual run capacitor. Couldn't check refrigerant levels due to dirty condensing coil and rain. Ductwork is undersized. Unit is ducted for a 3 ton and system there is 4 tons. Ine duct run is collapsed. Recommend to correct ductwork. Need to send la
Recover refrigerant from system, flush lineset and evaporator coil with r11, change txv, change dryer, pressure test, pull vacuum, weigh in refrigerant, run system through cooling cycle, and test operation.