Jeremy was prompt and extremely knowledgeable. He was able to quickly identify the problem, explain it in terms I could understand, then promptly fix the problem in a way that suited what I was looking for.
Jeremy showed up early and stayed long to do our spring check up both inside and out. Cleaned our condensers so the entire system will operate efficiently. He also took the time to quote me on adding additional zone controls and a upgraded filtration system.
I was not home. My wife said John was courteous. Explained what he did and spent time reviewing his findings and recommendations. Overall a very positive experience.
The service was quick but the tech found a problem in that the unit may need to be replaced. That is not a happy thought even though he go the unit cooling better.
They beat the other quotes I had for same hardware
Residential service call for a customer in The Colony and Upon arrival found upstairs coil draining into the emergency drain pan. Checked level on coil and it was leaning correctly. Checked drain ports, found that the main line didn’t get a strap put back on causing main drain to be higher than drain port. Reconnected lines and strapped down drain line. Watched system drain for 15min and saw no more water coming out of secondary. System is now draining at this time.
Residential service call for a customer in The Colony and Upon arrival found that the upstairs system was not cooling properly. Checked indoor unit and found everything operational. Checked inside coil and found a decent amount of rust on coil. Checked outdoor unit and found that the Freon levels were low. Gave options on adding refrigerant, replacing rusted coil or doing a complete system change out. Homeowner opted to just add refrigerant. With system being low, adding refrigerant does have the potential to leak back out. Added 4lbs of 410-a to system to set charge. System has a supply temp of 57 and return temp of 75. System is now cooling at this time.
Residential install of Warranty Evaporation Coil for a customer in The Colony. Recover, Evacuate, and Recharge: Remove and replace refrigerant from system, Flush lineset to remove all impurities, Repair refrigerant system, install new refrigerant filter, evacuate system to industry standards, and install coil.
Residential service call in The Colony for a broken thermostat and Upon arrival found thermostat off of wall. Thermostat is an I comfort and screen was blank. Equipment didn’t need the communication Tstat, Nathen was ok with just a basic Tstat for now. Installed basic Tstat. Found that the equipment is two stage heat and cool meaning Tstat wire needs to be a eight wire to get full capability of system and a five wire is what’s present. Also system only has about 1200 cfms for return air when system is calling for 2000cfms. Downstairs unit needs more return air. Needs atleast a 14in duct added with a 20x20 grill.
Springtime Air Conditioning Maintenance for a residential customer near Tribute. Upon arrival found the upstairs system not cooling. Homeowner stated that a previous company said that there was a leak in the evaporator coil. Checked indoor unit and opened up coil door, found oil residue on coil drain pan. Also found 4 one inch filters stacked in four inch section in filter rack. System only needs one one inch filter, or one 16x25x4. Adding more 1inch filters cuts down the airflow through the system. Checked outdoor unit and found pressures low system is about 3-5lbs low on 410-A. Evaporator coil is under warranty, but labor is not covered. Coil is in stock at Lennox in Lewisville. Also outdoor coil needs to be cleaned. Homeowner wanted to hold off on repair for right now.
Springtime Plumbing Repair for a residential customer near Friendship Park. Upon arrival found back yard hose bib had broken off at a solder joint on a 90 coming from the ground, with approval dug around 90 to give enough room for the torch, cut off new end for hose bib, solder joint back together and turned water back on. Hose bib is not leaking and is working properly again.
Spring Air Conditioning Repair for a residential customer in The Colony. Upon arrival pumped system down and disconnected refrigerant lines at coil. Removed old coil and installed new coil, pressure tested system and pressures held. Pulled vacuum down to 295 microns, release refrigerant back into system and turned system on. Added two pounds of 410-A to set charge on system. System is now cooling properly at this time.
Spring Commercial Air Conditioning repair service call in The Colony and found that there’s two units that cover the store. Both units were not cooling. Checked system for front of store and found air handler coming on but outside unit not. Checked outdoor unit and found that the main incoming power wire had burnt up with a few other power wires and burnt up the connections on contactor. Replaced contactor to see if there were any other damages, made wire repairs and turned system on. Condenser came on, checked pressures and they were good. Customer happy on departure.
Spring Residential Air Conditioning Maintenance in The Colony. Performed a two system maintenance checking cooling. Checked inside units electrical, mechanical, and safety components. Checked dampers, amp draw on the blower, and filters. Checked drain lines. Then checked outdoor units pressures and amp draws. Systems are operating properly at this time. Customer happy on departure.
Thermostat Installation for a residential homeowner in The Colony. Upon arrival found that homeowner had an I-comfort thermostat that was blank and wanted to know if they could switch over to a nest. With approval installed a nest thermostat and found that the system was blowing the fuse. Traced low voltage short out to the contactor in the outdoor unit. Replaced contactor and system is now operating properly at this time.
Air Conditioning Repair for a residential customer in The Colony. Came out on a service call for the upstairs unit. Checked filter, checked ductwork, checked bearings, checked bladed, checked electrical connections, and checked pressures. Found unit is low on 410a and customer chose to add refrigerant.
HVAC Maintenance for a residential customer. Performed a three system maintenance checking cooling. Checked inside units' electrical, mechanical, and safety components. Checked amp draws and capacitors. Found blower capacitor for master system blower motor reading 2.6/5 recommended replacing the capacitor. Checked outdoor units pressures, amp draws, and capacitors. Found that the upstairs unit had 86psi standing pressure. Checked the outdoor coil, weld connections, and indoor coil and did not see any oil stains or visible leaks. Charge system with 5lbs of 410-a. Will need to return in about a month to see if pressures are holding. Also found on downstairs system pressures may be a little low, it was hard to tell with indoor temps being 65 and outdoor being 55 will recheck when we come back to recheck upstairs.
Upon arrival found upstairs system not cooling properly. Homeowner stated that heâ€™s had to put Freon in upstairs system before and previous company stated that there was a leak in the coil. Did a visual check on the coil and found it rusted, found that there were signs of oil on coil. Found that the blower capacitor was reading 4.2/5. Checked outdoor units pressures and found system to be about 4lbs low. Found capacitor starting to get weak on compressor side and failed on fan motor side. Found contactor pitted from normal wear and tear. Found outdoor coil is dirty and needs to be cleaned. With amount of repair work needed and system out of warranty recommended replacing system, emailed options to repair or replace. If 14 seer system is chosen then system would need to be a 2.5ton. Homeowner wants to go over his options.
Upon arrival homeowner wanted to have maintenance done on both units will looking at thermostat. Performed a two system maintenance checking heating. Checked all electrical, mechanical and safety components. Changed customer supplied filters, cleaned flame sensors and checked amp draws. Both systems are operating properly at this time. Upstairs thermostat will need to be replaced with a icomfort s-30. Emailed estimate over to replace the thermostat. Homeowner signed up for maintenance.
Upon arrival found that the system wasnâ€™t heating. Checked inside air handler and found everything ok. Checked Tstat and found that the W wire wasnâ€™t connected. Connected wire and Tstat would say that it lost power. Disconnected wire and Tstat still said it had no power. Checked incoming 24v to Tstat and it was present. Checked continuity through wires and every was good. Manually turned on system and heat strips were coming on. System has a bad nest thermostat that need to be replaced. Also found that the disconnect outside has been straight wired through which is not code. Disconnect will need to be replaced. Found that the contactor was pitted pretty bad and the capacitor was reading 38/60mfd which is bad. Emailed estimate over to to make repairs.