Mike was great. Explained everything easily to us.
Luis was very professional and was very knowledgeable.
Luis did a fantastic job and was very professional and courteous
Jorge and Mateo were great....they truly offer great service and I would highly recommend. They both stayed late on a Friday night.
Knew what he was doing. The only issue was the part that showed up at the supplier was not the right one. Mike caught it, but completion of the work was delayed a week due to the vendor.
Nick was absolutely the nicest guy to explain everything and answered all my questions. I want to ask for him to come Service my furnace next time.
Brian was thorough and considerate. A great technician
Thanks go to Brian for servicing our furnace, providing our yearly maintenance. Very informative and helpful advice.
Tested system on the cooling mode and measured indoor temperatures. Replaced air filters. Measured outdoor motor starting load and running load. Measured voltages and tested run and start components. Verified refrigerant charge. Cleaned condenser electrical panel and coils
Bring gas line up to code and strap. Enlarge return duct from 14â€ to 18â€. Modify supply ducting and run new Trunkline duct. Add Trunkline balancing dampeners. Add proper return air plenum. Permits and HERS included. Install compressor sound blanket
Performed ac diagnostic On 2004 goodman condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I found that the outdoor fan motor was spinning but compressor off. Further investigation showed that inside the service panel the secondary motor control was completely blown in the hermetic side. This was caused due to high amperage pull the compressor. Ultimately the compressors is on borrowed time due to its age and high amperage pull making it a less efficient system and putting it at a higher risk of failing in hot weather. Mr. Merril Ultimately Decided that he rather have a condenser and evaporator coil replacement then to continue to do repairs on an older system. Add it in new secondary motor control as a temporary way to give cooling to the house until new install takes place. Upon departure system is on.
NO COOL. Found system operational upon arrival. Customer stated unit is blowing warm air. Thinks it may be a freon leak since they had the same issue with the upstairs unit and they ended up having it replaced. The unit was replaced earlier this year by the customers home warranty after having to add freon twice. After inspecting unit and checking refrigerant pressures, found unit very low on freon pressures (almost flat). Gave customer repair options and he and his wife chose to do the minimal option today. We are only adding the freon charge and thatâ€™s it. There is no warranty on this type of repair and the freon will most likely leak out again. Customer also understands this can be any day, week, month, or even year from now. We cannot warranty something that will just leak out. Customer also was informed that this refrigerant is on a phaseout per the EPA and is not being manufactured anymore. With refrigerant leaks also comes the loss of oil that lubricates the compressor. We a
Performed AC Diagnostic on 2020 Lennox condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic customer stated that one supply vent Located in the kitchen was not blowing as hard as it should compared to the other. Located S 30 I comfort thermostat and ramped up CFMâ€™s on high and low stage cooling mode, Also adjusted rossi damper running to downstairs. System Had a 18Â° split And airflow was increased in velocity through weak supply vent. This may due to the long chase the supply duct has to run down due to It being A downstairs Duct Run. Also installed 8x4 supply Grill upstairs in the master closet. Upon my departure system is fully operational and cooling with better airflow.
NO COOL/OWNER-TENANT. Found system non operational upon arrival. Customer stated unit is not moving any air. After inspection found panels removed and unit with wires exposed. Customer stated company was out here a couple days ago but they only wanted to replace the unit. Another thing is coil is installed pre-furnace instead of over heat exchanger as it is normally installed. Cycled unit from mother board since thermostat was not working. When calling for cooling from motherboard, furnace also fires up heating sequence. Checked blower for operation as it did not come on. Found motor seized up and not spinning. Customer approved motor replacement. Upon removing motor, found bracket was not secured to housing which may have cause motor to fail. Removed and replaced with retrofit motor. Cycled and tested before departure. Thermostat and motherboard are glitchy. Advised customer he may have to replace. Customer holding off on additional recommendations since this is a rental property and
Installation of Single Stage 5 Ton Bronze Package
Install new Lennox air conditioning system on pre-plumbed home. Clear existing refrigerant lines and adapt existing plumbing lines to new attic coil. Re-use existing nest pro thermostat.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 2007 carrier slim line condenser unit. Condenser located on side of house. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Upon arrival spoke over with client and stated few days back he noticed home started getting warm in home as itâ€™s only blowing cold air in home. He also stated in past year he had system charged up by another company and may think itâ€™s the same issues. Had client cycle cooling mode on. Found indoor unit operational and out door was not operational. Advised client to come see that out door unit was not even operational as he did think it was. Advised I would be inspecting in door and out door units. Inspected indoor unit. Found static pressure almost double and would need more Reuter to balance air flow of system. Checked electrical wiring, connections, circuit board, and components. Found blower assembly dirty as dirt has been accumulating creating stress on blower motor. Motor has layer of oil from system working harder
Arrived on site to Diagnose a no air flow issues on a 2006 condenser and a 1998 Lennox furnace. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Upon arrival spoke over with client stated few days back noticed system was not cooling home. As well found no air flow being produced in home. He then went out side and found out door unit operating but refrigerant line set were icing up.since has left system off to allow ice to melt. He cycled system in cooling and condenser did turn on but indoor unit was not creating any air flow. Client think it may be a amp fuse and in past it was popped. Inspected indoor and out door unit. Checked electrical wiring, connections, circuit board, and components on both indoor and out door. The summary of findings are as followed. Condenser 1. 2006 condenser. Condenser coil is really dirty. 2. Refrigerant Line set insulation is almost off and exposing line set. 3. Found primary Start control to Be burnt up over years of wear
Inspected the system for faults and performance
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found outdoor system to be cooling properly. Refrigerant levels are in very good standard. Company came out and told them they were very low on refrigerant,verified charge and temp splits. Filters were dirty. Customer wants more information on membership so she can speak to husband about. System is operational and cooling properly.
Repaired supply duct joint in attic
When I was here Saturday, customer had asked me to check other system make sure everything was good. When I had done testing to the system to verify it is working, accidentally installed non working part from system right next to it. Had old part in van, replaced. System operational no diagnostic fee, techs fault.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found system to be operational outdoors. Indoor fan was not blowing. Found secondary motor control to be seized and out of range. Replaced battery cap system up and going. Customer asked to check other system. System is good and caps in range. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.