Michael was very professional, gave me the straight poop on the condition of the heating system. We talked options, there was no pressure just a factual discussion. I very much appreciated working with him. Plus he likes cats!
We have had Jimmy come out twice now and his professionalism and expertise is blaring. Last night he was here at the end of his day and he was as energetic as if it was the beginning of the day. He walked us through everything he saw with our furnace. We really really appreciate that he was not pushy in selling us on repairs but instead was able to show priority repairs which is great for a layman and the anxiety that come with lacking knowledge in this area. You want to keep Jimmy in your company for sure ,he will bring in good business and give you a good reputation. I’d give him a raise!!
The motor I had to buy was pricy for me but if I had to buy it for it to work.
Had great service
Jimmy is super knowledgeable and taught us everything about our AC and furnace...how they work, what parts are in good shape, what parts are deteriorating but don’t require changing yet, and what needs attention now and then he prepared three different lists with prices of what kind of repair we could make at this time. Jimmy is very personable and is an asset to your company. Give him a raise, he’s the type of employee you want to keep around because he’s making your company look great and I will be a repeat customer because of him!!
Tyler was very informative and on point with his answers. He was a gentleman and very professional.
Performance tune up on the heating equipment. Tested all electrical components. Measured temperatures. Wiped burner assembly and internal cabinet. Cleaned flame sensor and tested ignitor. Replaced filter.
Performed furnace maintenance on 19 year old Goodman unit. System is heating only. Cycled system for heat. Verified proper heating sequence of operations. Temperature rise across heat exchanger is high, and is basically at max allowed range. Static pressure on system in fan only mode is high as well. Ductwork is not set up correctly, and is all very undersized which is causing a lot of pressure and heat retention inside the unit. Blower wheel is in good shape, as well as blower motor. Indoor secondary motor control within range. Tested and verified heating components are workinG accordingly. Wiped down heating compartment as well as blower wheel compartment. Pulled blower wheel out to inspect heat exchanger. Heat exchanger has hot spots throughout chambers. Informed homeowner that due unit location there is a 2x4 in front of heating compartment that would not allow us to pull heat exchanger out to thoroughly and properly inspect it. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner
Performance testing and maintenance for the heating equipment
Install listed equipment In attic above the garage. Add A/C including all lines, electrical and plumbing. Install new supply and return plenums, replace existing asbestos exhaust pipe with new B-Vent, professionally roof in new flashing and patch old existing roof flashing, install new air distribution system and add supply to kitchen, back bedroom, office and rear bathroom. Provide commercial spiral metal ducting Trunkline thru master bedroom to feed back 3 rooms. Strap from beams (snug or hanging below beams. (Paint is excluded) All gas, electrical and plumbing is included. 7k down by check $9,900 financed with 25 months 0% interest ($396 per month equal payments)
Arrived on site to perform combo tune up on 13 year old system. Upon creating a time expectation, homeowner mentioned that she had to leave to work in a few and that her daughter will be home to take care of payment, wants me to email recommendations and pricing over to her so she can take a look at everything, and also mentioned that she does have a friend That she will run everything by and see if he can do any of the work for her. I cycled system for heat. Upon realizing that heat is not working, I brought it up to homeowners daughter and she was aware of the problem, she stated that itâ€™s never worked and they have never used it, they only use the air conditioning. After further diagnosis found that thermostat is not sending the furnace heating signal and thermostat needs to be replaced. Still removed burners and assembly to inspect heat exchanger. No concerns at the moment still looks brand new. Cycled system for cooling. Checked furnace and condenser electrical and system compo
Performed furnace maintenance on 1998 comfort maker system. Upon my maintenance I came across a few points to concerns that were addressed with Dan. 1. Found that the secondary motor control is becoming weak due to fan motor using more power than needed. 2. Circuit board shows signs of burn marks and overheating. 3. Mercury style thermostat showing intermittent behavior this may due to mercury oxidizing and interfering with 24 v connection. 4. Inducer motor beginning to over amp 5. Indoor blower cabinet has dirt and debris buildup Due to 1 inch filters not efficiently stopping dust 6. Return Plenum and supply Plenum made up of fiberglass ductboard this material tends to break down after five years and will begin to release fiberglass particles into the airstream
Performed furnace maintenance on 2001 Rheem system. Upon my maintenance I came across a few points of concerns 1. Found the indoor blower motor is leaking oil and was very dirty. Oil leakage could lead to the motor locking up or overheating 2. Flame sensor was in very bad condition due to age and corrosion occurring on it 3. Spark igniter had multiple hotspots and was beginning to show signs of failure 4. Single secondary motor control is beginning to become week due to fan motor over amping
Performed system tuneup and sensi predict installation
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic. Homeowner states that a piece broke off of the unit. The piece that broke off of the valve is the control knob. Valve appears to be stuck in the pilot setting and will not click on. Homeowner is going to order a valve online and just take the knob off to put it on his gas valve. Also mentioned to homeowner that gas line should be hard piped out of the furnace. Recommended ESA maintenance program. Homeowner states that they are not sure what theyâ€™re gonna be doing with the home and wants to hold off on anything. System is not operational upon departure.
Performed FAU maintenance on 8 year old intherm system. Cycled system for heat. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Vacuumed and blew out blower assembly to the best of my ability. Wiped down interior of unit. Changed out washable filter with a pleated 1 inch filter. Temperature rise across heat exchanger is within Range. Burner assembly in good condition. Wiped down unit door. Recommended homeowner sign up on ESA maintenance program. Stated unfortunately can not do it at the moment, has too many medical bills. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure.
Replaced outdoor condensing fan motor need to return with 1/4 PVC line stick next maintenance visit
Performed AC diagnostic on 1994 carrier condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I found that the system contain D restriction within the refrigeration cycle. 5 ton Carrier condenser- 1. Compressor was opening up on relief valve due to skyrocketing head pressure 2. Amp draw exceeded max rating of 28. Actual 35 3. Restriction must be located and fixed to take further steps to see condition of compressor once restriction is cleared 4. It is possible that even once restriction is cleared may occur again due to high amounts of debris within the refrigeration cycle. It is unknown how far these contaminates have reached. 5. System contained R22 refrigerant which was completely phased out January 1, 2020 Recommendations- 1.Perform repairs and locate restriction although this would be considered a Band-Aid repair for the meanwhile 2. Ac System replacement options
Thermostat is blank. Furnace won't work. Findings: (1) Opened the system to find the low voltage fuse had popped. (2) Took off all the thermostat wiring and tried restarting the system with a new fuse. (3) System ran through heating and did not pop a switch. (4) Hooked up the low voltage wiring and the system was in standby with the fuse not popping. Thermostat was still blank. (5) Found no batteries in the thermostat. Added batteries and the display worked. The client stated that he replaced it about a day prior. (6) The fuse most likely popped when he was replacing the thermostat. (7) Ran system for 5 minutes in heating. The fuse never popped and all heating switches were working properly. The inducer motor will need to be replaced sooner rather than later, however. (8) System is operational upon departure.
Performed furnace diagnostic on 29-year-old Recalled premier furnace. Reyna Had stated that the termite company found pieces of ductwork ripped apart within the attic. Upon further investigation I found that the Duct work was was not in good state due multiple Tears and Rips. The furnace is a recalled brand and has been deemed unsafe for use. Turned propane gas line off upon departure, supervisor will return to go over options regarding furnace and ducts
Performed Inspection/diagnostic of ductwork 2015 Payne furnace. Upon my diagnostic I came across a few points of concerns that were addressed. Duct work- 1. Duct work contained Asbestos. Duct Runs were completely made up of asbestos and contains no hard pipe. This is an extremely harmful material and must be removed So that harmful particles are not Absorbed into lungs. 2. Insulation was below 14 inches standard code of today. Signs of insulation shrinkage after so many years is present and studs are now visible with in attic. This can cause more heat loss in the house rather than retention Payne furnace- 1. No signs of overheating temperature rise 2. Static pressure was .60, Data plate is ready for .50. This is indication of airflow across heater Recommendations- 1. Asbestos is removed and new ductwork is Sized and sealed properly. 2. Insulation removed with sanitize and clean out of old insulation.