Professional installation, both installers arrived in a timely manner and completed their work in a satisfactory manner. They were courteous, professional and did the job properly. They explained each step of the process, and any issues that they may have encountered during the installation. They showed me how to use the system and cleaned up after themselves. I have no issues with the service provided by these installers.
The service I received was outstanding. I was contacted, he arrived on time, was courteous and professional the entire time. He found and repaired the problem within a very short period. He broke down the invoice and showed me service plan options to maintain our system. I would definitely use your service again.
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.
Tech arrived on site. Checked pressures. They appeared low. Opened up evap coil and found the txv to be icing up. Charge appeared good last visit. No oil stains around unit. Leak detector didnâ€™t find anything. Need to order new valve to get ac going again.
Tech arrived on site. Found the operating pressure of the unit to be low. Inspection revealed the evaporator coil had iced up with a thick block of ice. Was unable to open coil due to ice. Left fan on to thaw out the ice. Will return to diagnose the issue.
Tech arrived on site. Found unit operational but not cooling. Filter was restricted snd condenser was also restricted. Did tune up and cleaned unit. Found the capacitor was weak, causing intermittent issues. Replaced the cap. Once everything was cleaned checked charge. It was good. Unit is operational upon departure. 1 year parts/labor on capacitor.
Upon arrival performed maintenance maintenance on rheem systems. Replaced all filters. Advised client motor has very little play when spinning, bearings are beginning to wear out. Temp splits and refrigerant levels in range. Washed off condenser coils. Tested fuses. Secondary motor controls are in range. Systems are a bit older but amperages on compressor and fan motors are in range. Dusted off all electrical connections. Cycled systems on and off, systems are running and have no trouble starting up. Tested refrigerant levels. 1. Condenser fan motor leaking oil 2. R22 refrigerant 3. Tested refrigerant 4. Washed off coils 5. Swapped filters System is operational upon departure.
Installed condensate pump in crawl space and ran drain loop outside to the front of the home, terminating at the garden hose. Reattached two disconnected ducts under the home. Ran wiring through the drywall to a socket to supply power to the condensate pump. Filled the pump with water and confirmed drainage.
Performed maintenance on a Goodman condenser. Upon arrival customer explains moldy smell from vents, this has been happening for a year now. Inspected condensate lines under the house snd found the condensate line was disconnected under the house and releasing the water into the dirt. There is also a supply duct run that had became disconnected. This duct has been absorbing moisture from the wet dirt and is supplying the house with a foul smell. Outdoor unit was heavily caked in dirt and pollen. The coils were chemically cleaned. Outdoor amperage are ok at this time. System was working before leaving.
Collected 1182 as a deposit. 25000 will be financed
Performed AC maintenance on 2000 ICP Condenser. Upon my maintenance there were a few points of concerns there weâ€™re noticed 1. Outdoor Condenser fan motor has significant oil leakage coming from Bearing and can potentially lead to motor locking up overheating 2. Duel secondary motor control is weak on hermetic side terminal 3. High voltage distributor had an ant build up on contact points. This can lead to contact point having an imperfect connection which results in the system not turning on 4. System Contained R22 refrigerant which was completely phased out on January 1, 2020 5. System Has major air Restrictions which resulted in very low superheat reading on my refrigerant gages. This is resulting in colder temperatures inside the evaporator coil which will cause a suction line to ice up overtime 6. Filter needs to be swapped every one to three months Will be sending over maintenance information due to homeowner not being here at the property. Upon departure system is fully opera
Found water In the primary condensate line not draining properly due to lack of a trap on heat pump system. Removed the old primary line and added a trap with a clean out and vent, primed the trap so no water will fill the drain pan and trip the safety switch.
Replaced defective capacitor, stripped and cleaned the high voltage connections on the starter. Tested voltages and amp draws. Inspected fan motor.
Technician arrived on site. Found the upstairs system flat on refrigerant. Got permission to do pressure test leak detection. Was unable to locate the leak. Uv dye was added to the system previously. Used black light and located dye in the evap coil. Ordering coil for warranty. Field supervisor will come out Friday to give estimate on equipment.
Upon arrival custom complaint is no cooling, system is operational upon arrival. Upon inspection there was significant oil around the valve cover, system had little to no refrigerant. After inspection we Proceeded to perform a leak test pressurizing the system, we were able to deuce the leak came from the Schrader core and liquid line flare fitting. Replaced the schrader core and applied nylog onto the suction and liquid line threads. System held pressure. Proceeded to properly vacuum system to below 500 microns. Weighed in 1.7 pounds of R-410A into the system, recharging it. System functioning properly and cooling efficiently upon departure.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on the Lenix heating and air system. Opened up entire doors on condensing unit space washed off all coils and inside of air-conditioning unit. Tested all electrical components. Dusted off all electrical components. Refrigerant levels in range. Electrical fuses in range. Condenser fan motor in range. Replaced merv 16 filter. Cleaned down air handler, dusted off all electrical components. insulation is in very good condti9on same as ducting system. Verified system is operational before departure,.
Replaced very dirty filter. Measured temp splits and refrigerant pressures. Adjusted refrigerant charge by 7 ounces to achieve a higher sub cooling value. Inspected ducting and checked the txv mounted bulb. Tightened down txv compression liquid line connection just as a precaution. I did not notice any odd squeaky sounds at the outdoor unit.