Very knowledgeable and friendly service.
Very informative about function types ACs
There were two guys that came over they were amazing they had great service everything was good they didn’t leave any mess and did an amazing job awesome service
Good job, respectful, explained everything, very knowledgeable
Best service ever!!
Jorge was very professional and thorough. Knowledgeable about the service. I appreciate that Jorge.
Jorge did an excellent job! He cleaned both A/C units. He explained what parts of A/C units were not working or showed them to me. He was polite and very thorough. Thanks for everything!
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on 2 (2004). Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issues. She cycled in cooling mode on both units. Went and inspected both indoor and out door units. Checked all electrical components and connections. Checked evaporator coils. Temperature splits. Washed out both unitâ€™s inside and out. Checked temp splits. The summary of finds are as followed. Down stairs Condenser 1. Condenser coils is corroded and Deteriorating. 2. Thermostat wires is exposing wires and could bea big risk of a shortage. 3. Primary control is burnt. 4. Secondary control is bad and out of range. 5. Fan motor is leaking oil from over working. 6. Compressor amp drawls while running is almost to max. 7. R-22 refrigerant Furnace 1. Filters was dirty. 2. Blower assembly is dirty creating stress on motor. 3. Blower motor is leaking oil. 4. Blower is having high start up amps. 5. Secondary control for blower motor is
Clients report that their system stopped working a day or so ago. Blowing non-cold air. Met with the homeowner's parents at the visit. Findings: (1) Turned on the AC system and found the indoor motor turn on. (2) The filter is extremely dirty. Very little amounts of air can come through the filter and this can lead to a decrease in performance, or even failure. (3) Found that the outdoor unit only had the outdoor fan on. (4) The compressor is inoperable. (5) The condenser fan motor is over amping during operation. (6) The battery cap, or capacitor, is out of range and not providing enough energy to the motors. (7) Ohmed out the compressor. The internal windings of the compressor are good. (8) Installed a new battery cap and tried the system. The compressor did not turn on and the motor is in locked rotor. (9) Next, installed an easy start kit (these help turn on compressors that get locked rotor). The compressor attempted to turn on but did not successfully start. (10) All courses
Performed AC diagnostic on condensing unit and found that evaporator coil was flooding over and secondary pan. Unclog P-trap under sink and Blow out secondary and primary lines with nitrogen system is flowing out properly upon.
Performed Ac maintenance On upstairs condensing unit. During my maintenance I came across a few points of concerns Upstairs unit- 1. Found motor leaking oil from bearing and shaft. This can Lead to motor locking up or burning out. 2. Found high voltage rely pitting on contacts points.can lead to voltage failure to system.
Performed AC maintenance on 2000 Goodman system. Cycled system for cooling. Checked indoor and outdoor unit electrical and system components. Replaced 1 inch filter. System is producing good temperature split and cooling correctly. Pulled off condenser fan motor and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Thoroughly evaluated indoor and outdoor systems, concerns are as follows: 1. Compressor saver kit has small burn on yellow wire coming off of relay. 2. Primary motor control has burn and pitting marks at contact points 3. Compressor is working very loudly 4. Indoor blower motor is leaking oil, secondary motor control has already been replaced at one point 5. No condensation safety switches on drain lines. Thereâ€™s no emergency drain pan underneath the furnace 6. There are water stains on platform, water was leaking onto platform at one point 7. System is operating on R-22 refrigerant, which was phased out at the start of this year. 8. System is old and inefficient.
Upon arrival found unit unresponsive. Found defective secondary motor control. Replaced with titan HD. Added hardstart kit to system to keep amperages low on compressor on start. Replaced 12x24 & 20x24 filter. System is operational. Have to email customer authorization form for esa.
System #1 Opened up and washed out condenser coils. Primary power distributor is rusting and pitted at contacts. Secondary control rusted at terminal an borderline out of range. Condenser fan motor is leaking excessive oil, this is premature failure. System is very low on charge, evap coil is starting to freeze up. Indoor blower motor is leaking oil with a dirty blower wheel. Returns are undersized. System#2 Opened up and washed outdoor system. Primary power distributor good. Secondary control losing capacity. Outdoor fan motor is leaking oil & bad bearing, premature failure. Running fan motor can cause motor to over heat & seize up. Compressor has high start amps. Indoor blower motor is leaking oil with a very dirty blower wheel Replaced both filters 20x36x1 & 14x14x1. 1. Condenser fan motors leaking oil x2 2. Indoor blower motors leaking oil & bad bearing x2 3. Downstairs system very low on charge, -9 subcool 4. Evap coil starting to freeze. 5. Refrigerant leak. 6. Dirty blow
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling system. New AC system was just added in recently. Upon arrival found thermostat and furnace had power but out door unit did not turn on. Opened electrical compartment found primary control did not halve low voltage. Inspected low voltage wires on condenser. Found wire nut lose and not secured and cut low voltage. Resecured wire nut low voltage was live again and primary engaged and condenser turned on and was operational and cooling. Advised client of simple fix. Vibration May have made wire nut lose and cause to cut low voltage. System is now operational and cooling. Did not collect Any payment due to it being install warranty. Cycled system. System is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling system. We have been out to install a new Ac on downstairs unit. Client stated install came out to re rout drain lines and she stated maybe a hour and half up stairs unit started blowing hot air. Client call the office and got us scheduled back out same day and upon arrival client stated system is working fine now and she did call back to cancel but we stated we still just want to inspec and see whatâ€™s going on. Upon arrival I client had system running. Went to inspect outdoor unit with client and advised I was gunna get stated and go get my tools. When I came back found compressor had Shut off. Shut system off and checked electrical compartment. Components and refrigerant pressure. Found secondary control was bad. Creating stress and wear on compressor to work even harder. As compressor is at. Ac start up when turn on. Replaced secondary control to test system and checked pressures. Found pressure to be good. Checked temperature split and was
Arrived on site to diagnose a blank thermostat on a new system install. Found thermostat blank. Spoke over with clients on what happened. They stated just went blank 2 hours later after install. Went and inspected indoor Equipment and drain lines. Found safety float switch is tripped causing thermostat is blank. Found drain line dirty. Primary drain line is clogged. Under skin is clogged. As well P-traps where dirty as well. Vacuumed all drain lines. Used nitrogen to clear lines as well at T coupling. Over all eliminated system having a clogged line. Cycled system to test drainage. Found due to the way installers routed drain line there is no down flow of water allowing it to drain properly. Advised the office as well as clients of issues now and will have install come back out and rout drain line right. Client did want to go forward with adding a safety float switch and replace P-trap with upstairs unit. Units were operational but advised to client to not use downstairs system to pr
Performed AC diagnostic. During my diagnostic Found that low-voltage T-Stat wiring was disconnected at Line set connecting to furnace circuit board. Respliced low-voltage wiring system and system is fully operational.
$16,813.00 Due Upon completion. After rebates $16,438
Upon arrival performed maintenance. Outdoor condenser was completely opened up and washed out. Customer just wanted routine maintenance done hasnâ€™t done in a couple years. A few components have been replaced this past year and parts are still in very good condition. Condenser fan motor leaking oil. Compressor running at very high amps. Refrigerant levels in good condition. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Diagnostic and repair of the cooling system
Performed AC maintenance on 14-year-old weather king condensers