Again, Micheal was here right on time, finished very quickly..
Michael was right on time, very personable, found the problem quickly fixed a/c. He made suggestions that we are hopefully getting repaired within the next week.
A very nice young man, very skillful, spotted the problem in under 1 minute! I was very impressed! Highly recommended! 5 Star Company! 5 Star Service! 5 Star technician!
Good customer service
Super friendly guy that’s very intelligent and works his ass off
Luis showed up on time and completed the work on time. I also appreciate the communication during this process to let me know when he would arrive. Thanks.
Replaced the starter and installed compressor assist start kit
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found system to be extremely low on refrigerant. System was blowing 64 degrees out of supply vents. Brought system up to 5 subcool, added 5 lbs of r410a . Injected leak dye w/ seal. Supply vents blowing at 49.9 degrees. Return visit to look for leak. System is operational upon departure. ( this does not cover leak )
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2002 rheem system. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issues. Had client cycled cooling mode on. Advised. Would be checked and inspected indoor and out door units. As well checked system operation and components and electrical connections. Replace filter and wash out door unit. Advised the summary of findings are as followed. Furnace 1. 2003 rheem system. 2. Filter was heavily hammered and Clogged and long over due which is allowing dirt to enter system. 3. 5 ton unit with only one return vent which is causing a a air flow restrictions on the amount of air going into system which Cause says to ice up as it not reducing all the air flow out. 4. Static pressure is really high about double what system static pressure should be at as this is caused by not enough return air going in. Should have at least another return on home. 5.Due to lack of filter change out slight dust is accu
Installation of 5 Ton Variable Speed Lennox XP20
Performed diagnostic on 1 year old carrier system. Homeowner states system is not cooling. Blowing air but it is not cold. Cycled system for cooling. Indoor unit kicks on normally and is blowing air. Outdoor condenser is only kicking on the condenser fan motor, compressor is starting to turn on but it is not kicking on. Checked system electrical and components. Found a bad secondary motor control not allowing compressor to start. Condenser coil has a fairly big wet oily stain on bottom of coil. This can indicate that system developed a leak which could have caused compressor to be run hot and take out the secondary motor control. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. He just purchased the home, and wants to check that this isnâ€™t covered under warranty through the builder or the contractor before he moves forward with any repairs. Shut system off, system is not operational upon departure.
Inspected the system for faults and replaced defective component
Performed AC diagnostic on 20-year-old Rheem condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I found that the 30 amp fuse was blown and that the hermetic side secondary motor control was weak. 1. Found that 30 amp fuse is blown due to high amperage pull of compressor. 2. Secondary motor control hermetic side weak although still power and compressor but not supplying proper voltage. 3. High voltage relay has burn and pitting marks on contact points will lead to failure of system start up 4. Compressor saver kit is weak and no longer in range. Standard Specifications rated 189-277 MFD ACTUAL 185 MFD 5. Compressor pulling incredibly high amps due to age and wear and tear. 6. Ductwork in the attic is hard pipe and not insulated in certain areas 7. Suction line not insulated on evaporator coil causing condensation and water to drip. 8. System contains R 22 refrigerant which was completely phased out January 1, 2020 9. Previous company had charged Up system with refrigerant which indicates to me that t
Installation of 2-Stage Comfort Pro Condenser & SL280V FAU
Remove all old ducting and debris. Install new Class 1 R-6 Re-designed duct system. Install trunkline balancing dampeners, Remove all supply registers and seal the air gaps and install new high flow bar style registers. Remove all old insulation and clean/sanitize, basic attic seal and blown-in R-38
Performed diagnostic on 20 year old rheem system. We were out here last week to diagnose the downstairs unit, did not look at upstairs unit. Homeowner states that his upstairs system is not working, seems like it is doing the same thing as the downstairs one. Cycled system for cooling. Indoor unit is not blowing any air. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. System is recieving proper low voltage command as well as high voltage power, but fan motor is not turning on. Found a bad secondary motor control for indoor fan motor that was not allowing fan motor to turn on. With homeowner approval went ahead and replaced secondary motor control. Cycled system, indoor motor came on normally. Checked temperature split and found unit to only be producing a 10 degree split. Checked refrigerant pressures and found unit slightly low on refrigerant. Explained to homeowner what it means when a unit is low on refrigerant, and that system has most likely developed a leak. Recommended ad
Installation of 3 Ton 2 Stage 16 SEER Comfort Pro A/C with Lennox Variable Speed FAU, resealing of all the ducts. LENNOX FAU UPGRADE.
Customer cancelled due to COVID outbreak in home. Wife AND son have COVID.
Performed diagnostic on 2000 Rheem system. Homeowner states that he noticed refrigerant lines on outdoor unit were icing up. Also noticed that the fan command setting on the thermostat was not turning on the fan. Cycled system for cooling. Outdoor unit is kicking on normally. Indoor unit is unresponsive. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Circuit board is recieving proper command and is outputting command as well. Found a bad secondary motor control that was not allowing the indoor fan motor to kick on. Fan motor is leaking oil and was very hot to the touch. With homeowner approval went ahead and replaced secondary motor control. Cycled system on and fan motor came on. Fan motor is still operational but is pulling in high amperage. Performed full evaluation of system. Refrigerant levels are within range and system is producing proper temperature split. Primary motor control on outdoor condenser is burnt and pitted on contact points. Compressor amp draws are high and
Performed diagnostic on 4 year old system. Homeowner states that system Is not cooling as it should. It is not cooling the way that they remember it before. System was in cooling mode and running. Indoor temperature was 83, set point was set for 70. System was only producing a 9 degree temp split. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. All components are turning on and operating, but not cooling. Checked refrigerant levels and found system to be low on refrigerant, which is why it is not cooling correctly. Went over findings and recommendations with Leslie. With homeowner approval, went ahead and added 3 pounds of r410A refrigerant levels. Also added leak seal & dye. System is now producing a 20 degree temp split and cooling as it should. System is fully operational upon departure. Customer gave the OK to run card that was on file.
Performed diagnostic on 1998 system. Upon arrival, homeowner stated that system is working fine at the moment, but earlier the system was having a hard time keeping up with set point temperature. Still wants the system looked at. Has lived in the home for a little over a year now, has never had a maintenance done. System was in cool mode and running upon arrival. Set point temperature was 72 degrees, indoor temperature is 75 degrees. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Condenser fan motor is over amping, and has started to leak oil. Primary motor control is completely burnt and pitted. Secondary motor control is out of range for compressor side. Compressor is pulling in high amperage, and is extremely close to overamping. It could be very possible that system is overamping, and compressor is shutting off during the peak of the heat during the day. System is very old and inefficient, and is operating on r-22 refrigerant which was phased out at the start of the year.