Michael did a great job, was very courteous, friendly, and thorough in checking out our AC system. The only reason I gave them 4 stars vs 5 was because we waited the estimated time for his arrival and he did not come. He had called earlier and told us he would be here at the latter end of the time frame but he ended up being unable to make it do to another job. We remade the appointment for the following Monday from 8-10. They called and said it would closer to 10 as he was waiting for a delivery. Unfortunately, it ended up being closer to 10:30, which would not have bothered me if it had been the first appointment. Either one alone would not have been a problem but since there was a seeming lack of respect for OUR time two times, I wondered if it was indicative of the attitude of the company as a whole, although he did mention that someone had recently quit which could definitely have caused the delays.
Tom was on time, informative, thorough and non-judgmental of why we needed a plumber. If we ever need your services again, we are calling you...definitely recommend you guys!
Sean came out and did some toilet rebuilds for our home and everything went perfectly ! He was very thorough and rechecked his work to ensure all was in perfect working order and kept the work areas picked up and clean. Thanks CBP for a Great Job ! -Kevin
Performed ac diagnostic found system low on refrigerant, looks to be indoor evaporator coil, quoted repair options client want to think about it. Performed ac diagnostic
- Remove plants and shrubbery - Remove landscaping rocks and railroad timbers - Clear out chrushed gravel and stone - Excavate main sewer for replacment - Install up to 20 ft (linear ft) of heavy duty sewer piping - Replacemnt includeds new more accessible cleanout - Back fill piping and hand rack area - Replant previously removed plant life and vegetation - provide landscaping rock as decorative feel to walkway area - Provide Approx. 250 lbs. of concrete as added reinforcement at septic tank connection - Replace Previously removed landscaping stones and timbers
Except the down payment for work to be done on Thursday and Friday of this week left clean out open to relieve pressure and drainage for the next two days until we can arrive on Thursday to make necessary
To add ac to house would need, 20 feet high voltage wire, new breakers, disconnect and whip with fuses. Ac condenser and coil with 10-12 feet of lineset. Also need to rerun the drain line out from under house. Would also need to run new thermostat, new thermostat. Permits and title 24 testing
Performed furnace diagnostic 2003 Trane split system outside closet. Found gas valve not opening, checked for power at gas valve getting signal. Check control board, everything looks ok took picture. Tested gas valve needs to be replaced. Replaced Gas valve, switched lp kit. Tested system system fired right up. Due to age of equipment want to watch how much money we are putting into it, also keep an eye on the rust and water marks on platform unit has or is leaking water. Equipment operational at this time.
Clients have 2 split system westing house, one in the attic for upstairs. One in the basement for down stairs. Plus 2 tankless water heaters in basement. Downstairs furnace tested unit, unit cycled on, ran system tested system safety features. Cleaned burners and flame sensor. Tested blower capacitor email@example.com unit has had a control board replaced. Hot surface ignitor has been replaced. Upstairs furnace tested unit, unit cycled on. Found burner compartment door not attached. Cleaned burners and flame sensor. Tested blower capacitor firstname.lastname@example.org. Drain pan has rust in. Furnace drain lines ok keep eye on slope. Resigning up for the same plan they had before.
Run snake through outside cleanout to clear drain going to septic tank. Ran snake through clean out between septic tank and clean-out. Cleared blockage. Ran water and flushed toilets several times to assure blockage was clear. Uploaded pictures.
Performed annual heating maintenance on a 15 yr carrier heat pump package unit on the roof. Found unit still doesnâ€™t have a service disconnect. Have to turn unit on and off and main breaker box, not to code. Also the drain line has separated on the roof. See pictures. Re attached drain line, just pushed them together. Wonâ€™t last. Fix would be to remove and repair/ replace to make it go all the way to the gutter. Cleaned off leafs from behind unit. Checked parts ok for now. Capacitor bad email@example.com, dropped since last time. Control board ok.
Out to quote standby generators. Emailed quotes to client. Performed load calculation to see how big a generator they would need. And with room to expand recommend the 20kw
Cannot add ducts to needed rooms due to no access to the rooms location. Furnace showing signs of failure with rust building up in heat exchanger. Potentially a hazard if heat exchanger breaches.
Removed the wall heater and pulled the vent out of the wall, closed both sides with plywood. Ran a loop system after the well tank and attached to the softener, filled the brine tank with 5 bags of salt. Turned the water on with no leaks, flushed the system for 25 minutes and 30 minutes of regen. Set the hardiness to 17, let the water run and tested at the bathroom sink which showed no hardness. Customer is provided a one year parts and labor warranty.
Took pictures and ordered parts through Ferguson in Rocklin, delivery will be tomorrow to the shop. We will schedule the job when parts have arrived.
Performed a whole home plumbing inspection, a lot of fixtures have a lot of calcium buildup. Discussed this with the customer and they agreed it has been a concern for them. Softener would go downstairs where the main water line is, electrical and a floor drain are there. Tested the water and found no iron but there was 17 grains of hardness, informed the customer that is very high. Provided estimate and the customer will let us know when he decides to get the work done.
Performed diagnostic Colfax. Found leak behind furnace in copper pipe. Checked condensate pump working and appears to be fine. Thereâ€™s a 1/2 in of water on ground behind unit canâ€™t tell if thereâ€™s water coming from anywhere else. But inside of unit has some water marks so re sloped furnace for better drainage. And cleared drain line out of coil. Flushed multiple times. Set to have plumber come out tomorrow and see what itâ€™s going to take to fix leak.
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