Jimmy was friendly and very thorough. He figured out what the problem was with my AC. Thankfully he had it up and running quickly!
Was very meticulous and detail oriented when troubleshooting our hvac system. Explained steps he took and problems he found, made sure all our questions were answered and got us the help we needed to make things right.
Jimmy always does such a great job! He is knowledgeable, professional, and efficient!
Your representative was punctual and very knowledgeable. Honest with pricing and explained everything in detail.
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Tech arrived on site. Condenser was not operational. Found the capacitor had failed. Fan motor was extremely rusty. Installed temporary capacitor for testing purposes. Found the condenser fan motor to be amping at MAX. contractor was pitted. Went over repair and replacement options. Client wants to replace in the off season. Went forward with the electrical rebuild. Condenser is now operational and cooling great. Charge and temp split are good. Motor amps are within range. Cleaned condenser coils for AC tune up. Unit is operational upon departure.
Performed AC diagnostic on two system 2005 Goodman system. Upon my diagnostic client noticed about three months The system began blowing hot air and it was no longer cooling the downstairs temperature. During my diagnostic I performed a full evaluation and troubleshooting and found multiple points of concerns. Downstairs 3 ton- 1. Found that duel secondary motor control has become weak on hermetic and fan side terminal 2. Starter has significant pitting and burning on contact points which can lead to failure on start up 3. Compressor is using high amperage on start up and compressor saver kit should reduce power consumption and act as a steroid boost on start up 4. Condenser fan motor has oil leakage coming from bearing and can lead to premature failure if bearing locks up due to lack of lubrication. 5. System contains R22 refrigerant which was completely phased out on January 1, 2020. Discussed full condition of system with Tiffany and Richard And they understand how it is running and
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Upon arrival performed maintenance on 2 hvac system. Refrigerant levels are in range and cooling. Compressor amperages running are about 50% less then max amps. Hardstart kits can keep amperages on compressor low. Secondary motor controls are beginning to get weak. This can cause problems by not kicking on motors or compressors. Found duct to be disconnected, tried to put back in but duct sealant is tough. Blower wheels are dirty and need some cleanings, client has not replaced filter since last year. Condenser fan motors are running at max amps, this can cause motors to burn out or cause secondary control to give out. Refrigerant lines are not fully covered with insulation. Client will speak to husband about repairs or replacement. Replaced all filters that client provided. 1. Condenser fan motors running at max amps 2. Secondary motor control low 3. Dirty blower wheel 4. Damaged insulation on refrigerant lines Systems are operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 2005 Goodman units. Condenser are both located in attic. Spoke over with client and he stated up stairs unit as it is not cooling. Cycled unit and airflow was producing just warm. Out for unit operating advised I would inspect out side and doo a system evaluation as well to ensure no other issues are present. Inspected upstairs electrical compartment and found compressor wires leads to have been burnt and melted off. Compressor is working hard and pulling a lot of amps causing wire leads from compressor to melt off. advised finding and would further evaluate system. Inspected all components. Found primary starter burnt up on contact points. Secondary motor control was completely bad on compressor. Client is aware system are old as in past 2 years heâ€™s been told system is on borrowed time and could cause issues or fail at any time. Blower motor is leaking oil and is original to system. Compressor advises was over working as this could happen ag
Returned to perform repairs on downstairs unit. Removed old blower motor and secondary motor control. Installed new blower motor and secondary motor control. Secured all wiring. Cycled system. System is fully operational and indoor blower motor no longer short cycles. System is fully operational and cooling upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2004 unit. Unit seems to be original to home. Condenser in back yard and furnace and Evaporator coil located in attic. Spoke over with client and she stated they had system running and was only blowing warm air. They havenâ€™t had maintenance in a while and lack it. cycled unit and found both units not operating and no airflow produced. Advised would inspect both unit to see why unit is not working she stated sheâ€™s had issues in past and husband replaced fan motor and secondary motor control for fan in past himself. Found it not the best connection and recommended rewiring with new good connections and spades. Found no low voltage advised would have to trouble shoot for low voltage to get power to the outdoor unit. Found cooling terminal to have been pulled off or lost connection. Got indoor unit to turn on. Inspected out door unit and found compressor not on. Advised client of findings outside now that we got power to it. Inspected ele
Performed AC diagnostic on 2018 Carrier Condenser. Upon my diagnostic client stated that he is only able to get the fan spinning on the system by pushing it with a twig. Upon arrival I found that the fan motor was not spinning and the compressors was off. During the diagnostic I found multiple points of concerns 1. Duel Secondary motor control has become defective and was mostly caused by the compressor or fan using more power or also by a power outage. 2. Compressor is using high amperage on start up. 3. Both Power disconnect were not supplied with fuses nor surge protection. 4. Outdoor condensing fan motor has oil leakage coming from bearing. This can lead to premature failure and overheating. 5. Recommend maintenance is done twice a year to keep system at standard and full efficiency. Discussed full condition of system with client and he is aware of how it is running at the moment. Presented options regarding repairs and Ronald Chose to go with the premium long-term options. Will n
Performed diagnostic on 12 year old York system. Met with Richard who is the son. They had pro flo out recently to do work on indoor units and also installed 2 phenomenal air whole house purifiers. Downstairs system is not cooling, Richard noticed the outdoor fan motor was not spinning. Cycled system for cooling. Outdoor fan motor unresponsive. Found a weak secondary motor control for fan side causing fan motor not to turn on. Put in temporary secondary motor control to cycle system and fully test. Concerns are as follows. 1. Condenser fan motor is over amping and has started leaking oil. 2. Compressor amp draws are high and causing system to work inefficiently. 3. Disconnect box is not fused. 4. Compressor start up is high. 5. System uses r-22 refrigerant which has been phased out. Went over findings and recommendations with Richard who relayed them over to Dianne the homeowner. They are fully aware of the condition of the system. They also asked if I could take a look at other s
Upon arrival found upstairs to be getting most of the air flow. Advised client dampener would help fix that solution. Client wants to try premuim registers before anyth8mg else.
Performed AC maintenance on a 2 system house. Living area unit is a Duncane. System was cooling 20 degrees. Indoor amps are ok as well as the start component. Outdoor unit starter had burned out the load wires. Start component was completely dead and the fan motor was leaking oil. The customer decided to go with a full rejuvenation at this time in order to buy some time until replacement. Bedroom area system is a new Lennox. System is cooling 20 degrees, filter was very dirty due to construction in the house. Filter was changed today. Outdoor unit was chemically washed. Electrical components are good. Refrigerant levels are in range. Compressor and fan amps are healthy. Surge protection was added to this system. Both units were tested and running at end of appointment.
System qualifies for $1500 clean air rebate
Upon arrival performed maintenance on hvac system. Found secondary motor control to be running low on charge. Replaced and got it up to standard spec. Added a compressor hardstart kit to keep amperages low on compressor, and prolong life. Opened up entire cabinet and washed outdoor coils. Washed inside of ac unit. Filter is brand new. Primary starter is in range. Amperages for compressor and fan motor are in range. Thermostat in working order. Went ahead and put system back together, with brand new replacement parts. Secondary motor control has a 5 year warranty with constant membership to keep system maintained.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 2001 comfort maker system. Spoke to client and he stated just recently system stopped producing airflow but outside unit would still turn on. Cycled unit and no air flow coming out. Advised I would inspect indoor unit. Found board was bad as it would not send 120 to turn on blower motor. By passed unit to check motor and found it pulling 10 amps and max rated at 12 and is going to be failing soon. Secondary motor control for blower is out of range and weak from blower motor over working and going bad. Blower assembly and wheel are really dirty due to the lack of maintenance not done to system in past years. Went over all find and in furnace as unit is not operating properly due to bad board. Went over all repairs and recommendations with client. Client stated they didnâ€™t want to put a lot of money into unit that could fail at any time. As they are considering replacement and would like to get someone out to go over replacement options. Turned