Jimmy Garcia is a pleasure! He was on time, friendly and efficient.
Jimmy was excellent, he's very professional, verified everything with you, takes photos to show you what exactly his recommendation is based on, and is friendly about it all.
Jorge was very knowledgeable and provided us with an amazing service and our AC is now back to working!!!!
Figured out our problem with our ac fast and easy and it’s back to being nice and cool in my house!
Jimmy was very professional and personable. He located the problem and repaired it.
Arrived on site to diagnose a 2005 unit not cooling. Was not last month for unit not cooling. Got unit running and advised husband about unitâ€™s over condition and how inefficient unit is. Husband was aware of compressor condition and that itâ€™s on borrowed time. But did hold off on repairs. Came out today recently over night the unit was reining and then made a really loud noise and since she hasnt ran unit. Cycled cooling on. Indoor was operational. Inspected condenser. Found fan motor was on but did not hear compressor running. Advised inspected electrical compartment. Checked wires and found the compressor wires are burnt up from over heating and melted off. This is caused by compressor working extremely hard then it should causing wires to get hot and then melt if ran for a long time. Inspected secondary motor control. Found com terminal got a bit burnt up too and now has a lot of play and it should. Advised probably melted the connections inside part. Advised would replace burn
Arrived on site to perform spring tune on a 2009 Goodman unit. Client stated no issues and is good and operational. She stated she replaced filter this last month so is good. Cycled cooling and operational. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Advised due to bushes growing into unit they should be getting unit trimmed up so itâ€™s not blocking or growing into condenser. She is aware and will stay on it. Checked electrical compartment. Primary stater and secondary motor control are both good. Fan motor is good at this time. Checked start up and run amps on compressor. Start up is good as compressor booster kit has been added to in past. Run amps are in range. Checked pressure and found unit to hold R-22. Advised client the refrigerant used is no longer in production. Checked pressure and unit is hold a good charge and cooling home. Surge protectors have been added in past and both are good. Indoor unit is good and filter was just replaced and unit is cooling home good. Cycled unit and
Client stated air is not as cool as it used to be -Technician found refrigerant levels to be about a pound low -There a leak in the system , a dye kit was offered -1 Lb of r22 was charged into system to get colder air for client -Client would like to hear options on replacement -Darren is coming out on Wednesday to provide those options
Arrived on site to perform AC diagnostic on 2005 carrier condensing unit. Upon arrival Chris stated that the secondary drain is flowing profusely and would like this fixed so that it does not damage to the side of his house. Began diagnostic and proceeded to evaporator coal and found that primary drain line was clogged up and P-trap underneath sink is clogged. Inspected outdoor unit and found that system appeared to be low on R410a charge. Duel secondary motor control was weak on hermetic side terminal. Starter was heavily burned and pitted on contact points. Fan motor is over Amping. Discussed full diagnostic with Chris and at this time he is moving in less than a year to Massachusetts and would like to just do the mid range repair to get the system running and in a better state than it is now. He would like to hold off on maintenance plan because he is moving. Chris authorized mid range repair to be done. Electrical components and cutting clear on Condensate was complete but after re
Upon arrival unit was operational. Started at the outdoor unit, checked system pressures they were in range checked amps and secondary motor control it was in range.washed unit from the inside out closed it up and moved to the indoor unit. Checked amps they were in range checked blower wheel to make sure it was free of oil. Checked the Condensation line to make sure it was clear.
Upon arrival unit was operational. Started at the outdoor unit and checked system pressures.Checked amps the fan amps were at a .9 out of a .75. The secondary motor control was in range. Washed the unit from the inside out. Moved to the indoor unit checked system amps they were in range temp split was at 18 degrees. Condensation line was clear and blower motor was free of oil. Explain to the homeowner that the fan motor was working hard causing it to eat oil and it can cause other components to fail. Recommend to replace it as well as there may be a possible leak. Next visit he wants to check pressures before doing any repairs to see if itâ€™s lower.
Upon arrival found indoor fan motor to be inoperative. Went through entire system and made recommendations. Replaced indoor fan motor and system is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival downstairs unit was not operational. Testing found control board had failed. Fan motor is okay. Replaced board and tested unit operation. Checked charge on both units. They are good at this time. Client moved forward with comfort club. Units are operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on a 2005 unit. Client stated unit is older but has been working fine and just stopped working Sunday. He had similar issues in past so he looked thing up and went and replaced the secondary motor control and was working again. So he went to go go the same this time and unit did not operate so called us out. Cycled cooling and unit turned on inside and out and found it making really loud noise. Advised would inspect what he did and condition of unit. Opened electrical. Found starter pitted on contact points from age and operation. Secondary motor control was replay client. Found the the part had been wired up wrong and fan motor was getting 18x more capacity then it should have and why unit sounded so loud on start up. Advised found the part he replaced was the wrong size as well. Fan motor has been leaking and is pulling max amps from the wear and stress put on from all these years in operation. Replaced spaced on wires as they were about to fall
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 2 year old unit. Homeowner states that unit is short cycling, it will turn on and cool for a couple minutes and then shuts off. Believes that itâ€™s an issue with the thermostat. Started outside checking all electrical and components. Unit then shut off and lost low voltage command. Went into attic and found that safety switch was tripped due to water in the secondary port, causing unit to loose power. Drain is clogged and water is moving slowly, causing unit to turn on and off when the water builds up and finally drains out. Went over findings and recommendations. With approval went ahead and cleared out drain line on top and underneath sink. Primed p trap. Helped homeowner reconnect his thermostat to the wifi and his phone. Signed up on ESA maintenance program. System is operational upon departure.
Arrived at unit and condenser would run but wouldnâ€™t cool. I checked out electrical components in the condenser cabinet. I found a dual secondary motor control that was reading very low. I replaced motor control with new one and unit started cooling. I recommended a kickstart but owner just wants part to get it to work. I checked refrigerant levels and unit is good on refrigerant.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on 2 2017 systems. Washed coils out compellty. Refrigerant levels are in range for both systems. Both secondary motor controls are in range. Primary controls good. Compressor amps are in range. Condenser fan motors in range. Plenum is very small for lennox unit. And indoor blowers beginning to accumulate dust levels. Safety switches in range. Circuit board and electrical connections good. System is operational upon completion.
Client stated no cooling -Low voltage was shorted out in the furnace -Fuse was blown because of this -Low voltage was repaired and fuse was replaced -System is working properly now
Arrived on site, homeowner mentioned that unit stopped cooling a few days after the maintenance. Feels like everything is turning on but the unit is not cooling. Cycled system for cooling. Unit kicks on, checked outdoor unit and compressor is not turning on. Opened electrical compartment and seen that compressor wire had charred up. This more than likely happened because compressor is working so hard. Repaired wire, cycled system and compressor kicked on and unit started cooling. Advised homeowner what happened, and took care of today at no charge. Understands unit working hard and they are planning to replace soon. System is operational upon departure.
Technician arrived on site. Cleaned condenser coil with chemicals. Hosed off with water. Checked electrical components. Most of the components are new. Both compressors had high amp draws. Still not over amping. Charge and temp split are good on both. Units are older and working hard, but still working. Units are operational upon departure.