Not a problem, fast efficient and showed up on time. The only problems are that I was distracted by a neighbors dog in the yard and did not receive the info needed to cover the one year warranty on the pump. The second problem was that everyone, myself included, failed to open the drain from the holding tank that went to the pump. I realized there was a problem when the water pressure dropped on the front area irrigation area. I opened the valve and the system worked as it should.
Samuel came out and was very professional and informative.
Experienced , smart
Smart, good problem solving
This is a company that is reliable and honest . Highly recommended
They were excellent
- Shut water off to toilet for removal - Disconnect existing water supply and unbolt toilet anchors - Remove toilet and cable snake drain line up to 5 ft. - Cable snake toilet to ensure free and clear - Reinstall toilet with new anchor bolts and seals - Test toilet by operating - Shut water off to toilet for removal - Disconnect existing water supply and unbolt toilet anchors - Remove toilet and cable snake drain line up to 25 ft. - Cable snake toilet to ensure free and clear - Reinstall toilet with new anchor bolts and seals - Test toilet by operating
Clear secondary line in bathroom. Dropped p trap in hallway bathroom and snake secondary line. I ran both bath to back sinks for several minutes to ensure the blockage was clear. Gave customer a quote to install customer supplied kitchen faucet when customer gets it. Cleaned up work space. Uploaded pictures. Customer would like invoice mailed to her. Collected payment by check.
- Tie into customer supplied install point at corner of house - Install approx. 35 ft gas piping under house, up interior wall and in attic - New gas lines installed in a manner that will be safe and meet or exceed California Minimum Safety Standards - 2 New shut off valves will be installed (1 at stove, 1 at attic furnace) - Material of piping will be Steel pipe and all joints will be threaded - Pressure test will be carried out on the piping system installed to verify not leaking
â€” Diagnostics â€” - Shut power off to well and begin diagnostics - Verify voltage and amp draw to pump - Inspect pressure switch and test by forcing to engage and disengage - Verify voltage to pump â€” Pressure Switch â€” - Shut down power to existing pressure switch for removal - Remove pressure switch by cutting out housing - Disposal or switch included - Reconfigure wiring to accommodate for new pressure switch wiring requirements - Test unit by operating using power provided â€” 3/4 HP Pump Replacement â€” - Shut water down and drain system to prep for removal - Disconnect piping at unions and keep - Disconnect electrical from pump for removal then reconnect - Utilize as much of existing parts onsite as possible - Install new pump identical to existing pump at owner request - Pressure up system and verify operating properly - Install new large face gauge in place of existing small face gauge - Provide new filters for existing filter port near by
This proposal is for the entire repipe of Clients domestic potable water system. Crystal Blue Plumbing, Heating, & Air will furnish and install all labor and materials necessary to complete the following scope of work: - Protect Clients belongings - Pull permits and stand inspections (up to two) - Shut off water to home to accommodate install - Access basement and crawl spaces to accommodate install - Cut out all hot and cold PEX pipe from under home - Run new type L copper in crawl spaces and basement to all existing connections, per code - Strap new copper pipe, per code - Dispose of all old removed plumbing properly - Clean work area of all excess spoils and debris - Collect payment and pull off ***Techs fully explain process and cost to homeowner. Techs asked if homeowner would like anyone to go read over it before signing. Client refused and stated she â€œhandles it all herselfâ€. Techs tried to reach out to clients daughter. Homeowner did not want to provide contact informatio
Customer has a toilet that is leaking from the bottom and is very old, he has purchased another toilet that he wants installed. Upon talking to the tenant I determined that they also have a sewer clogg that only effects the toilet and the lavatory sink. Presented a customer supplied toilet install and while the toilet is removed we can snake the sewer line as well. pulled the old toilet and cleared out the carpet on the ground in the bathroom, ran the snake down the toilet and cleared the line, pulled back some roots. Presented the option to camera the line but the customer denied that service at this time. Installed the new toilet with new wax ring, shimmed the bottom of the toilet to secure the connection to the toilet flange. Turned the water on and there were no leaks, flushed the toilet multiple times and there are n issues at this time.
Performed annual heating maintenance 13 yr split carrier system Penryn. Honeywell Zoned system, down stairs and upstairs. Tested zoning working correctly at this time. Filter 20-30-1. Tested system, system operational. Single stage heat high efficiency furnace. Ran system thru safety features all working at this time. System hasnâ€™t been serviced regularly, blown in insulation in furnace, removed. Silver ducts sealed. Checked drain lines, no leaks looks ok at this time. Hot surface ignitor ok. Blower capacitor 10mfd ok. Cleaned burners and flame sensor.
Customer has considered multiple options for installation but would like to verify which option to go with after discussing with his wife
Text performed inspection of home and found pinhole leak and clients basement from a hot PEX line. Technicians noted dozens of other locations where rats had chewed through portions of pecs line that were likely to start leaking. technicians provided two proposals one for a spot repair and one for an entire copper replacement of pecs line under home only. Technician explained process to homeowner. Homeowner decided to do the re-pipe. Technicians collected signature and called office for scheduling.
Replaced primary control board, and tested system with filter in to see what happens. Ran system for 15 mins no issues at this time.
Customer had us out to service there hvac system and a couple days later they noticed they no longer have hot water. Water heater is located in a closet next to the hvac in the middle of the home. tried re-lighting the pilot light and th unit started up just fine, Unit ran for at least 20 minutes before we left. I left the customer a couple of estimates if it goes out again and they will call us if they have any more issues.
Performed furnace diagnostic, split downflow in closet. System throwing error code for blower failure, blower seems to be ok. System over heating. Pulled blower so I could see high efficiency heating coils, looks ok no major blockage, cleaned blower motor and fins. Then put system back together and tested system, system operational. Blower coil clean
Customer has a septic tank and a sewer pump that is not working, she had a company pump out all the waste before we arrived. Upon diagnosis the electrical for the floats is all covered in waste and the water tight electrical box is compromised. Techs discovered floats to be malfunctioning, when removed from septic tank the wrong floats would se o the alarm. Techs shut of power to pump and continued to investigate. Techs removed cover of electrical hookup inside tank to discover it was not screwed in propoerly since last service and had filled with sewage. Techs believe this is the cause of the malfunctioning float. Techs documented with photos. Techs typed up estimate for a replacement float and electrical box and presented to Client. Client accepted proposal and Techs set up return appt. for tomorrow morning, Friday 02/07/2020. Techs also informed Client of membership options. Client stated they had a neighbor taking care of their hvac but no one for their plumbing system. Techs infor
Performed diagnostic found system off, turned on. System turned right on. Tested system found it had over heated, trying to figure out why. Recommend leaving filter out for now and testing, might have to go back to the Walmart filter. I wanna test run the system as is, and see what happens. Running good for now. Adjusted blower off delay. 150 to 120... house heated from 65 to 68 without a problem.
Upon arrival the notes stated they needed a closet auger due to backed up toilet. After inspection the fill valve no longer functioning as it should. Intermittently filling the tank causing a weak flush due to not enough water in the tank. Gave estimate to do a new fill valve and flapper. I Draied toilet tank down. Replace the fill valve and the flapper. Tightened the toilet handle. I cleaned my working space and test flushed several times. No leaks or faults at this time.