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.
David was upfront, honest , professional! He came in and repaired what was wrong. He didn’t make any repairs up!
Very professional. Gave me confidence about doing business with your company.
Installation of a 2 ton silver
Inspected system for faults and replaced faulty component. Tested system for functionality. Measured indoor temp splits and checked filter.
Installation of 4 surge protectors. Installed surge protectors on both heat pump units outside. As well installed surge protectors on both Air handlers in attic. Ensures LED lights are on and have protection. Cycled both systems in cooling. Both systems are operational and cooling after install. Both systems are operational upon departure.
Performed AC diagnostic on 2 1990s York condensing. Upon my diagnostic I found that the left side condenser of home was not working and right side was. Upon Further investigation many points and concerns were addressed. 4 ton left side of home- 1. Secondary motor control was blown on hermetic And fan side terminals 2. High voltage really burnt on contact points 3. Compressor pulling incredibly high amps 4. Condenser fan motor completely rusted and over amping 5. Compressor saver kit added to reduce start up amps of compressor 6. System contained R22 which is a completely phased out refrigerant as of January 1, 2020 4 ton right side- 1. Compressor pulling high amps on runtime. 2. Secondary float switch is being tripped due to primary clog 3. Compressor failing on start up amps adding compressor saver kit 4. System contains R22 refrigerant as well 5. Fan motor also not in good condition due to rust
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 2002 rheem system. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Spoke to client upon arrival she stated sheâ€™s tried to have home warranty come out but has had a hard time getting them out here. System has been down supine August 18. So had us come out. Upon arrival had client tune systems on. Indoor unit was operating. Found out door unit on to operational. Inspected both systems. Checked electrical compartment and components. Checked amp drawls and recorded reading for compressor, fan motor and Blower motor. Advised the summary of finds are as followed. Condenser 1. 2002 rheem system. 2. Found disconnect was set to off. Replace and system turned on but compressor shut off right away. 3. Primary control is completely burnt and pitted on contact points and is bad. 4. Secondary motor control is not weak and below range from compressor and fan motor working hard to turn on in past years. 5. Compressor will no
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 2009 Goodman system. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Spoke with client and stated about 3 days ago she notice she would run system to cool and few hours passed by and home was getting warmer. She want out side and noticed condenser system would not operate but indoor unit would. Inspect out door unit. Checked electrical compartment and components. Found system to be getting high and low voltage. Found secondary control good and in range. Found primary start control was actually bad and shorted out as a bug did get stuck in at point of contact and cause primary start control to fail. Advised I would need to replaced Bad components to get system operating and continue system evaluation. Client approved to replace starter. System is now operational. Checked amp drawls on compressor. Found start up amps are above max range as system has developed self wear over its 11 years of operation and from lack o
NO COOL/GOOGLE. Found system operational upon arrival. Customer stated unit was running with warm air and the previous owners told him it might need to be recharged occasionally. Upon inspection found unit running fine. After about 5 mins unit shut off. Found condensation line backed up. Customer stated he could clear it and redo some of the pvc pipe. Customer agreed to add maintenance agreement for 1 year. Unit operational departure. Customer will take care of issue since he was a mechanic for many years and is mechanically inclined.
Per Dave, return to replace txv. Pumped down system. Removed existing txv and installed new txv. Pressurized with nitrogen to ensure no leaks. Pulled vacumm down to 512 microns. Released refrigerant. Ensured system was charged correctly. Sealed up evap coil. System is producing proper temperature split, system fully operational upon departure.
NO COOL. Found system operational upon arrival. Customer stated that she ran system all day and the temperature was not dropping. She suspects it may have a pinhole leak. Upon inspection found system very low on charge. Informed customer of the possible leak but also due to the pressures and numbers on the gauges, it was possible there was an issue with the refrigerant flow valve. Customer approved adding freon and going from there. Added freon and system began to start cooling. Added charge to manufacture recommendations. Customer also approved leak search/leak seal at this time. Explained leak seal may seal the small pinhole leak but that if it doesnâ€™t it will leave a trace behind for us to locate the leak. Customer ok with this. She also added one year esm to check system and also inspect for leak during those visits. Unit operational upon departure.
System cooling properly on arrival, found excessive condensation on the evaporator coil and condensate drain lines. Filter was completely clogged and the primary trap was clogged, this was cleared and filter was changed.
Tested cooling system and replaced filter. Measured indoor temperatures. Checked blower motor. Measured outdoor electrical loads and motors. Tested starting and run components. Checked refrigerant charge. Inspected ducting.
Tested system on the cooling mode. Replaced filter, cleared condensate drain. Measured indoor temperatures. Inspected outdoor condenser. Measured voltages and recorded motor loads. Checked battery cap and inspected fan motor, cleared debris from inside condenser, washed condenser coils. Verified charge.
Improved the slope of the primary condensate drain. Removed the water from the safety switch. Replaced the clogged filter. Tested the condensate pump. Disabled the â€œfan always onâ€ thermostat setting.
Upon arrival performed circuit board installation. System is operational.
Performed diagnostic on 10 year old Rheem system. Homeomer states that system was running and cooling last night. System ran all night before he noticed that thermostat had gone completely blank. Turned breakers off to shut the unit off. Upon arrival, flipped breakers back on to diagnose system. System immediately kicked into cool mode, and thermostat was blank. Checked for power at thermostat and it is recieving proper voltage. Thermostat has a bad display screen and has locked itself into cooling mode. Thermostat needs to get replaced. Also found that UV germicidal light in the coil is no longer working. It is recieving power but not turning on. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. With approval, went ahead and replaced with brand new thermostat and brand new UV light. Because the UV light was installed last year, it was still under parts warranty, labor was chargeable. Programmed thermostat accordingly and cycled through heating and cooling. System is programmed c