The service tech got here at 2:30 right on time, looked at my unit, took lots of pictures. Showed us all that was wrong with it. Was very honest, said he could fix it for a few thousand, but not guaranteed. We opted to replace the unit. Darren came over gave us some options. Now we are just waiting for installation.
Tyler was very curtious, efficient and informative.
Marvin was very informative and thorough
Honest, gave me my options, and didn't try to push me into making a decision. From first phone call when they did the best they could to find a time to come that worked for me, to the technician that actually arrived early, (and Brian was extremely knowledgeable, professional, and friendly) everything was great. Listened and took time to explain what was needed.
Excellent service above expectations, Brian was very detail in his explanation.
Adam explained everything he did and where we were at with our system. He took his time so we understood exactly how our system bus doing
Very pleasant and helpful information.
Collected $1000 deposit by check. Balance due $10641 on the day of installation
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found system to be non operational. Condenser fan motor leaking excessive amounts of oil. Coils are complete covered without any breathing room. Indoor coil is completely covered in dirt and debree. Very low refrigerant. Secondary motor controls low. Return insulation falling into duct, very poor airflow. System has not ever been maintenanced. Darren came out as customers request to give replacement options. System is non operational.
Performed diagnostic on 2 2008 York systems. Homeowner states that she is having some issues with both of her units. She is good friends with Jay and will be signing up on ESA maintenance program today. Homeowner states that her system for the bedrooms feels like sometimes air is not coming out as cold as it used to. She also stated that her kitchen system is working periodically as well. Cycled both units for cooling. Indoor units both kicked on and are blowing air. Bedroom system kicked on normally. Refrigerant pressures are within range and system is producing proper temperature split. Checked all electrical and system components. Secondary motor control is within range as well as compressor hard start kit. Amp draws are within range for both compressor and condenser fan motor. Primary motor control is completely full of ants inside the contact points. Kitchen system compressor is not kicking on. Checked unit electrical and components. Primary motor control was also full of ants and
Performance tuneup and service. Cleaned condenser, cleared condensate drain, measured voltages and amp draws, checked battery cap. Checked filter, made sure living room duct was not disconnected. Verified charge.
Performed AC diagnostic on 20-year-old train condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I found out the house was 86Â° upon arrival found that indoor blower was blowing air although hot air I then proceeded outside to find that the condensing unit was not on. Further investigation showed that the capacitor on the hermetic side was blown and this is why the compressor was not moving refrigerant up and down The System. Replaced run capacitor and system is up and operational although it was slightly low on R22 refrigerant charge. Added in approximately 1 pound of refrigerant in house had exactly a 20Â° split in home. Also cleaned off condensing coilâ€™s outside to improve subcooling. Upon departure system is fully operational and cooling but may experience problems down the road the systems are only designed for 10 to 15 years after that failure is possible.
Post job walk
Checked new furnace for faults
Performed inspection of both system for faults and performance. Replaced defective part on the main system and the filter (provided by customer). Mini split in the guest house was tested and is working properly. The insulation is ch keeps these systems running consistently in the hottest days of the year.
Replace existing furnace with below listed equipment. Uninstall evaporator coil and seal supply plenum and re-install coil properly. Previous contractor didnâ€™t seal it very well. Re-insulated closet plenum. Seal all supply cans and install new high flow register set. Re-insulate 2 attic duct runs and add secondary safety switch. $5,400 due upon completion.
Replaced the faulty circuit board and weak blower battery cap. Replaced filter and cleaned return grate. Tested system on both modes to verify operation.
Tested the system and measured temperatures. Inspected outdoor system electrical and motors. Cleaned condenser coil. Cleaned filter grate. Tested thermostat.
Arrived to perform an ac tune up on a Mini-Split system. Cycled system on customer said he hasnâ€™t changed the filter since it was installed. Airflow even throughout the house. Climbed into attic. System has a merv 11 16x25x5 inspected condition was completely hammered. Heavy with debris, reducing system efficiency and lowering indoor air quality due to more dust cycling thru the system. Customer upgraded to merv 16 16x25x5. Outside condenser, heavy debris in the coils. Sprayed chemicals inside and out. Washed completely down inside and out. Checked electrical components all within range. Refrigerant pressures are good. Cycled system off and on. System is operational upon departure. Merv 16 filter must be replaced 8-12 months. More can cause system suffocation and begin loosing system efficiency, longer run times to get to desired temperatures, and cause more wear and tear on system.
Tested cooling system and measured indoor temperatures. Tested thermostat. Inspected filter and cleaned return grille. Measured outdoor voltages and motor amp draws. Measured outdoor electrical components. Cleaned outdoor coils. Inspected disconnect fuses
Replace existing system with below listed equipment. Proper start up and testing of the system. Customer will pay $4466 with credit card and Finance the rest ($,4466) with service finance.