Great service! Quick response!! Mike was so nice and very helpful! Had the job done so quickly!! He made sure we didn’t have any questions and explained everything to us!
This was easy a thorough. A good price for the service.
Knowledgeable polite and informative service tech! Jimmy was great!
I really like this company. They are fair priced and have gone above and beyond on their service for me. Excellent customer service, friendly, honest and knowledgeable technicians. Been with them for five years and I expect many more.
Tech arrived on site for 2 ac tune ups. Upstairs unit is flat on refrigerant and not operational. Downstairs unit is still cooling. However itâ€™s drawing high amps. Compressor is drawing 20 amps. Start components are okay. Fan motor is rusted up and amping high. Darren is scheduled for Wednesday the 12th to give estimates on new units.
Performed maintenance on an Lennox XP25 heat pump. North side of the house. Cooling split is 21 degrees. Heating temperature split is 27. Condensate lines are clear at this time. Indoor coil is clean. Duct runs are sealed and free of obstruction. Customer provided merv 11 filter was changed today. Outdoor coils were chemically cleaned. Refrigerant pressures are ok at this time. Performed maintenance on a Lennox XP25, south side of the house. Systems cooling split is 20 degrees. Evaporator coils are clean at this time. Customer provided merv 11 filter was changed today. Condensate lines are clear. Duct runs are sealed and clear of obstruction. Blower housing is clean. Outdoor coils were chemically cleaned. Refrigerant pressures are in range.
Tech arrived on site. Indoor blower motor was on. No power to condenser. Found the breaker to be tripped. Inspected electrical and made sure nothing was grounded. Homeowner signed up for a maintenance plan. Changed out 1 of 2 filters. Did a courtesy coil clean.
Performed AC diagnostic on 2010 Carrier condenser. Upon my maintenance Zachary itâ€™s stated that about three years ago the system was re-charge in a sealant was added into the refrigeration cycle. Verified that indoor system is running and outdoor system is pumping. Found that the system was significantly low on refrigerant this is due to a leak somewhere within the evaporator coil, line set or condenser coil. Informed Zachary that it is vital that the leak is found to prevent any further refrigerant loss. Add it in approximately 5 pounds of refrigerant and a leak dye to help pinpoint where leakage is occurring. Advising that the repair for the leak is separate from these repairs today. After charging the system up there was a 16 degree split. Will be returning in approximately 1 month for leak dye search. System is fully operational upon departure.
Performed A/C maintenance on a 1989 Rheem condensing unit. Systems temperature split is at 23 degrees. Compressor start amps are out of range. Run amps are high. Starter is pitted and has black smoke marks on it. Primary start control is out of range. Coils were chemically cleaned. Service panel was cleaned out as well. Fan motor is leaking oil. Indoor blower housing is heavily dusty. Indoor blower motor is also leaking oil. Went over repair options with the customer. System was cycled before departure.
Arrived on site To perform diagnostic. When calling to confirm homeowner said he would not be home but we will be meeting his tenant for back house. Went through side gate and knocked on back house. Waitied for approx 20-30 minutes and got no answer. Called homeowner left message. Could not get a hold of homeowner. Could not perform work. Tech arrived on site. Found 1 hvac mini split. Condenser and fan coil were on. Compressor wasnâ€™t. Compressor winding reading open lead. Indicating it failed. Unit is R22. Oil leakage around the suction port. Unit was manufactured in Mexico. Tech support will not help out with issues. Because itâ€™s leaking refrigerant, homeowner wanted to get an estimate on replacement cost.
Upon arrival performed heating maintenance on package unit. Cycled system on and off, let system go through order of operations, passed inspection. Heat exchanger has a lot of discoloring, very bad heat marks, did not find any type of cracks, advised home owner that heat exchanger is in bad condition. Evap coil was taken care of for signing up for membership. Very dusty inside of electrical room, cleaned and dusted off. Washed outdoor coils. Checked fuses. Recommended adding surge protector, client will hold off. System overall passed inspection. Heat exchanger still in bad condition, please keep and eye on it next visit. System is operational.
Upon arrival performed heating and air conditioning tune up. Indoor motor and wheel is in very good condition. Circuit board and electrical connection good, installed 2 surge protectors to keep system protected from electrical surges. Cycled heat on and off, verified heating order of operations good. Opened up entire outdoor condenser and washed out coils. Secondary motor control good. Amperages throughout system good. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure .
Arrived on site to perform maintenance on system. Upon arrival and speaking to homeowner, he would also like a diagnostic/inspection of new system that was just installed by another company to ensure that it was installed correctly, and/or point out anything that wasnâ€™t done correctly. Advised that if he wanted a more thorough inspection of newer system, the $69.95 would also apply to that system as well. Homeowner decided to only work on the new system, as the other company recently checked out the older system anyways. Inspected new system to see if there were any concerns with the installation. Concerns are as follows: 1. Supply and return plenums are not done correctly and are undersized. 2. Ducting is old and certain spots are no longer sealed. 3. Disconnect box was not replaced. 4. Propane conversion kit was not installed, system is running on propane. Homeowner wants prices emailed to him, but ultimately wants to see if company will correct any of these concerns. Will be
Performed AC tuneup on carrier condenser in Fallbrook. Tested electrical components and checked refrigerant pressures and verify correct operation of system. System is working correctly at this time with recommendations listed on separate invoice.
Tech arrived on site. Got access into attic. Found the hot surface igniter getting power but wasnâ€™t operating. Ohmed it out and it was open lead. Removed it and it was broken. Replaced it with a new one under parts warranty. Tested it and itâ€™s heating properly now.
Returned to perform repair. Installed new high limit switch. Cycled system for heat. Verified proper operation. System is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed heating maintenance. Dusted off all electrical and indoor furnace cabinet components, sanitized outdoor cabinet. Blower motor and inducer motor are in good condition. Found secondary motor control to be out of range, client approved to replace. Replaced filter that customer provided. Gas valve in working order. System does not have a sediment trap on gas lines. Temp splits in range. Circuit board and electrical connections good. - blower wheel starting to accumulate dust. - secondary motor control low ( replaced ) - electrical connectiongs good. - indoor motor good System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Tested furnace on both zones and recorded temperature rise. Set date and time for both thermostats. Measured voltages, amp draws on motors. Tightened electrical fittings. Tested ignitor in ohms. Cleaned flame sensor. Wiped down furnace internal cabinet. Inspected blower cabinet and motor. Inspected ducting.
Technicians arrived on site to swap out heat exchanger and service the evaporator coil. Removed old heat exchanger and cleaned off ignition components. Cleaned off coil with coil cleaner amp rinsed off with water. Installed new heat exchanger along with the burner assembly and inducer motor. Tested system and checked temp split. Unit is operating good now.