Asked Madison if everything put back together, he said yes. I checked evaporater and lid was not screwed on and one side was bent up and not fixed. I found the tray under the evaporator very clean with no oil.? The picture he showed me was not my evaporator. So what a waste of money and trying to get to the bottom of my problem. Madison was polite but I’m not convinced he got to the bottom of my problem
They were very knowledgeable, analyzed the issues, and came up with a resolution in a timely manner at a reasonable cost. You can’t ask for more.
Did what they said. They were on time, professional, patient, and explained what transpired answering all my curious questions.
Tech arrived on site ready to do a combo tune up. Was advised that the concrete had been sealed so no ac tune up. Checked the heater and it fired up. Good temp split and static. No drip leg. Condensate pan had been rusted out. Flushed oil primary drain line. No back pressure. Primary pan most likely leaking, however did not see leak present at this time. Recommend replacing secondary drain pan.
Tech arrived on site. Found the system to be flat. Found the leak in the evap coil. Will follow up with estimates to replace.
Customer called saying no heat after last visit. Confirmed no heat. I Left ignitor unplugged on last visit. Fixed the issue system is running back to normal. Customer was understanding.
Performed AC maintenance on 2 27 year old Rheem units. Homeowner has lived in the home for about 10 years, has never done a maintenance on them. Has always felt like they just donâ€™t cool the house down enough and they run for ever, stays away from using them too much because of the cost and they just donâ€™t do the job. Cycled units for cooling. Checked indoor and outdoor units electrical and system components. Pulled condenser fan motors and washed outdoor condenser coils. Ran systems through point inspection. Concerns are as follows: 1. Neither unit is producing a proper temperature split and are not cooling effectively. 2. Indoor motors are starting to leak oil, blower wheels have slight dust build up. 3. Filters were dirty, downstairs unit filter was completely clogged, homeowner was unaware that there was a filter in that unit. 4. Outdoor condenser fan motors are leaking oil. 5. Refrigerant levels on both units are not up to manufacture specifications, which explains why units
Performed combo tuneup on a Comfort Pro system. Heating temperature split is 35 degrees. Flame sensor had light wear, it was cleaned and reinstalled. Ignitor is reading in range. Primary blower wheel had a piece of insulation stuck in the fins that I cleaned out today. Combustion blower is amping good. Duct runs are sealed and free from obstruction. A/C unit cooling split is good at 22 degrees. Refrigerant levels are in range. Condensate lines are clear. Compressor start and run amps are in range at this time. Both systems are not protected. System was cycled before departure.
Tech arrived on site, condenser were extremely dirty. Cleaned out both condensers. Electrical panels are super dirty. Cleaned them out as well. Found the downstairs condenser cap to be reading low. Most likely will fail this summer during the heat wave. Refrigerant charge is low and not cooling by 20. Both compressors on start up are high.
Arrived to perform combo tune up on 2020 lennox system. Client stated no issues. Washed condenser coil inside and out on both systems. Checked electrical compartment and components on both units. Both primary and secondary motor controls are good and in range. Fan motors are good. Amps draws are good on both systems. System are both cooling at 20 degrees. Cycled units. Inspected indoor units. Filters were okay and could last another 3 months and will need replacement. Blower assembly and motors are both good on units. Both inducer motors are good. All safety switches are operational. No protection on either system recommended adding surge protectors to protect units. Cycled system. Advised client of findings and recommendations with client. Client is aware of how system is running. Both systems are operational upon departure.
Performed AC diagnostic on 2005 Goodman condenser. Upon my diagnostic Mr. Vincent had stated the system hasnâ€™t been working for the last couple days and was blowing hot air out of the supply vents. Further investigation shows that the compressor was locking out on lock rotor amps Which means the compressor was using too much power on start up causing it to go into a lock out. Found at the duel secondary motor control was reading at 4 MFD when manufacture specification is rated at 40. Installed new duel secondary motor control And condenser fired up. Upon measuring my amperage I found that the compressor was pulling at 20 A when the max amps is rated at 21. This is a major indication that the compressor is beginning to fail Due to the electrical windings becoming weak. Also found that contactor had major pitting and burn marks occurring on contact points due to the high amperage pull over time. System also contained R22 refrigerant which was completely Phased January 1, 2020. Power di
Upon arrivals on air conditioning system. Found outdoor motor to be leaking excessive oil and play on shaft, client requested to replace . Advised client disconnect is stuck, tried to fix it, ended up replacing with new one. Hardstart kit and secondary motor control in range. Primary start is in good condition. Programmed high efficiency motor. Cleaned outdoor coils. Replaced filter. System is operational upon departure - bad outdoor motor - replaced filter - hardstart in working order - secondary good
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 2003 unit. Condenser placated on side of home. Only upstairs is not working or cooling. Upon arrival spoke over with real estate agent and Matt seller of home. As they had just sold home and wanted to see what wrong with system and get it up and running for buy of home. Found out door unit not operational. Indoor unit is producing air flow. Filter dirty. Inspected out door unit electrical compartment and component. Found primary controls all burnt up and pitted on contacts points. Secondary motor controls is completely bad. Would recommend adding a compressor booster kit to help preserve compressor and run easier. Fan motor is very old condition and has been leaking oil from self wear of operation. Could fail due to conditions and oil that has been leaking in past. Advised client of findings. Did light maintenance on unit to see if thatâ€™s only issue of what is happening. Inspected indoor unit. Blower assembly has accumulated dirt over years o
Performed maintenance on a 2013 air flow furnace. The System is zoned. When running on 1 zone the static pressure is out of range. The temp split is also out of range. Duct runs look tight and free from obstruction. I am recommending using both zones simultaneously or getting rid of zoning all together. Amperage for combustion and primary blower Motors are in range. Ignitor is reading within specification. Flame sensor was cleaned and reinstalled. Condensate lines are clear. Performed maintenance on an Airflo condensing unit. Upon inspection the customer had told me the condensing unit had been moved recently in order to make room for pool equipment. The coils were heavily caked with dog hair and dirt. Coils were cleaned and panels reinstalled. Compressor startup amps are within spec. Fan motor is also in range. Secondary start motor is holding charge within spec for that component. The starter contact points are pitted and showing burn marks which are two signs of failure. The refrig
Performed furnace maintenance on 1985 Trane Heater. Upon my maintenance there were a few points of concerns that were addressed with Matthews 60,000 BTU FURNACE TRANE- 1. Inspected indoor blower motor and found massive amount of oil leakage occurring from bearing. Blower motor is used for AC, heating and fan mode it is at high risk of failing due to the amount of oil loss and cause the it to potentially lock up or overheat. 2. Preformed safety inspection On heat exchanger and found multiple points of corrosion and potential crack points although was not able to confirm any cracks were present at the moment. Recommended that he exchangers checked before every winter to insure the safety of everyone at home. 3. Indoor blower scroll wheel is heavily covered in dust and debris due to 1 inch filter inefficiently stopping dust particles. 4. Recommend filter swapped out every 1 to 3 months 5. Transformer was replaced in the past 6. Nox rods are completely Disintegrated. Discussed full condit
2 lbs of r410a and reflare copper fittings. Found fitting to be lose, declared tightened connections, added refrigerant. 90 day warranty on flares. City hall, cannot collect payment. Invoice .
Arrived to find system not cooling properly. Upon inspection of the system found low charge. The system was charged in September without leak dye. The system has a leak and must be repaired before the cooling will work again. The evaporator coil is an all style coil and likely the cause, unable to determine without using nitrogen or leak dye. Tested electrical for the system and inspected fan motor. Controls look good but the fan motor is on its way out and should be replaced if the condensing system is going to stay in use. Washed condenser coil / left replacement filter. Measured refrigerant pressures and temperature splits.
Arrived on site to perform combo Tune up on a 2019 lennox unit. Client stated no issues just wanted to replace filter cause client has allergies. Furnace and Evaporator coil located in attic. Cycled cooling. Washed condenser inside and out. Checked electrical and primary and secondary motor controls are both good. Start and run amps are all good and in range. Fan motor is good and in range. System pressure are good. No protection on unit. Inspected indoor unit. Filter was dirty and clogged and client wanted to replace. Blower assembly is good. Motor is good and in range of amp draws. Inducer motor is good and in range. Evaporator coil is good at this time. Drain lines are good at this time System is cooling at 21 degrees and heating at 48 degrees. All other safety switches are operational. No protection on unit recommend adding a surge protector on unit to protect if from getting damaged from electrical surges and power outages that can damage or even short out systems and components