Had a great experience! Super helpful!
Josh provide info on the system as he was checking the heating system.
Representative was clean and friendly, feet covered in and out in about 30 min.
Very thorough and appreciate johns suggestions
Our A/C started warming up, They were here in about two hours, we have used CHROME in the past and were glad that they sent someone we had seen before
30 minutes after i called Nathan was at my dooe
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, everything is operating correctly at this time
Checked amp draws blower motor, checked air filter, checked condenser fan amp drawls checked compressor amp drawâ€˜s, the homeowner informed me that the heat pump was not hooked up, at the condenser unit y1 was jumped out to the O terminal, homeowner was unsure about hooking up the heat pump function
Assisted hunter with maintenance
Disconnected incorrect zone board and installed correct zone board. Connected 2nd stage heat and cooling. Set zone board to where when both zones call it puts system into second stage. Tested system and system is now working properly.
Installed 2 Navian exterior tankless water heaters. NPN199E
Assisted hunter on maintenance.
Upon arrival found study area system not coming on. Checked inside unit and found no incoming power, checked light switch and it was on. Checked breaker and it was on. Checked power coming Into switch and I had power. Put switch back together and disconnected furnaces incoming power and checked for power. System had power. Reconnected incoming power and checked power at board, power was present, disconnected high voltage on trans form and power was present. Reconnected transformer and turned system on. System came on no issues. Cycle system 3 time and unit came on every time. System is working properly at this time but told homeowner to keep an eye on it because the control board may be going bad causing power to enter board but not sending it out to transformer. Gave quote to replace board just in case.
Checked amp draws on your blower motor and heat strips, amp draws were good but there was need for minor wire repair on incoming power at the air unit, the amp draw at the outside unit were good and the pressures were good, customer said to go ahead and fix the minor wirie problem, and cleaned out the dryer vent Assisted hunter on maintenance
Upon arrival found that in the game room area by door was a vent making a loud air noise. Was able to open grill more on register to allow more air to come out. Took pictures of all equipment and power meter. If noise is still to much will need to install 8in mechanical damper
Upon arrival found that the whistling noise was coming from the blower door. Air was being sucked in through bottom of the blower door. Taped bottom of door and sound went away. Brought customer over to see if she could hear noise again and she stated that it was much quieter. Also set control board up for 2stage compressor. System is cooling properly at this time.
Upon arrival found downstairs system not cooling. Checked pressures and found unit extremely low on Freon. Homeowner was having siding replaced and a worker hit the line. Siding company had ac guy come and patch the leak but Freon was still leaking out of the system. With approval pumped system down and pressurized lines to perform a leak search. Checked outdoor unit/connections checked indoor coil, txv, and weld connections found no leaks. System was dropping 30psi over 15min. Thinking that they hit the line more than once. Homeowner will have siding company expose the line set and will return tomorrow. Upon arrival found it to be low on Freon. Explained to homeowner that the system could be low due to leak or no being charged properly. Homeowner wanted to perform another leak search. Pumped system down, then leak search the line set. Lines were holding pressure. Released nitrogen. Put system on a vacuum pump, 504 microns. Added 4 pounds of Freon. Pressures look good and system is
Performed a three system tune up checking cooling. Checked all inside units electrical and mechanical components, amp draws, capacitors, filters and drains all looked good. Then checked outdoor units pressures amp draws and capacitors. Found pressures to be good and amp draws good. Did find that the capacitor for the upstairs unit had a burnt start wire for the compressor and it also melted capacitor terminal. With approval replaced capacitor and made wire repair. System is now cooling properly.
Upon arrival found system not cooling. Checked Inside unit and found every Operational. Unit does have some age to it. Checked outdoor unit and found fan motor running but compressor not. Found that the capacitor and the start assist was bad on the system. Homeowner approved both repairs. Once repairs completed turned system on and checked pressures, pressures were good. System is now cooling properly at this time.
Replaced ptrap primer in womenâ€™s restroom. Utilized pressurized co2 to un clog trap primer drain into floor drain.
Performed a two system maintenance checking cooling. Turned thermostats down and checked inside units electrical and mechanical components, amp draws, drain lines and changed out customer supplied filter all looks good. Checked outdoor units pressures amp draws and capacitors all components checked out good. Both systems checked out good with no potential issues at this time.