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Good to have long term relationship with reputable company. Looking forward to the new Heating/AC system. Unfortunately it can’t happen fast enough during this heat wave. Can’t imagine being at the bottom if we were not already a revgular customer.
Kurt, our tech was timely, courteous and knowledgeable
Technician, Kurt, was very polite and professional. Arrived on time and cleaned the AC system and did a repair on unit. Work was done well and at a fair price!
Kurt did an excellent job. Efficient yet thorough. Would be happy to have him again.
Found ac pressures to be 312/112 at 91 degrees. Went up in attic to check temperature split and it was 87 return and 56 supply. Found a spot on the return duct where tape had came loose resealed with silicone then went to run system and the power went off several times. Told homeowner to let us know if they experience anymore issues with system.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on System. Checked 14x30x1 Air Filter. Filter is starting to get dirty. It is not blocking Air Flow but should be replaced to prevent any issues. Homeowners are going to replace filter. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Cleared Condensation Drain Pipe. Tested Auxiliary Pan Float Switch which shuts off the Outdoor Unit. Recommend installing an EZ Trap onto the Drain Line. The EZ Trap gets wired into the system to break R Terminal. If the Trap becomes clogged it will trip the Float Switch and shut the unit down to prevent the drain line from backing up and overflowing. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. The Disconnect on the Outdoor Unit is broken at the Top Wall Clamp. There is also a crack along the top of the Disconnect Box. Would recommend replacement of the Disconnect Box and whip to prevent any issues. If water gets into the Disconnect Box it could cause electrical issues. System is operating to standards a
Pump Down Refrigerant and remove the old TXV. Install a new TXV Metering Device. Pressure test system for 10 minutes at 300 PSI of Nitrogen to ensure there are no leaks. Perform a triple evacuation on system. Release Refrigerant to the entire system and test operation. Add additional Refrigerant to system if needed. Complete AC Tune Up on system. Please be advised that there may be further issues that are found after the TXV is replaced that cannot be diagnosed at this time due to the restricted TXV. Replace txv, pump system down into the outdoor unit. Removed failed txv. Pressure tested to 350 psi for 5 minutes. Evacuated system to 425 microns, held for 5 minutes. Open refrigerant valves. Started air conditioner, balanced refrigerant charge by sub cooling, checked operation and temperature drop across coil.
Replace control unitary control on heat pump cycle and test unit ok
Found 45/5 mf cap blown and burned double pole contactor. Replaced both double pole contactor and capacitor. Outdoor unit then came on. Temperature inside the house is 89 degrees. Temp outside is 94 degrees. Pressures on 410a system are 325/155 very good.talked to homeowner about membership, they do not want it at this time. System is back up an working again.
2nd floor Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new pad with stone and whip. Flushed lineset. Set new Amana condenser. Brazed in condenser and wired. Installed new gas furnace and evaporator. Brazed in evaporator and pressure tested to 300. evacuated lineset down to 278 microns. Reconnected electric and gas. Leak checked lineset and gas. No leaks found at time of install. Installed ez trap and condensate pump and tested. Replaced flu pipe up to b pipe. Cut in new filter rack. Tested system and adjusted charge as necessary. Everything working great at time of install. 16/25/1 1st floor Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new pad with stone and whip. Flushed lineset. Set new Amana condenser. Brazed in condenser and wired. Installed new gas furnace and evaporator. Brazed in evaporator and pressure tested to 300. evacuated lineset down to 265 microns. Reconnected electric and gas. Leak checked lineset and gas. No leaks found at time of install. Installed ez trap and
Performed ac check up, check electrical low and high filter ok, check split increase speed to 2000 com, 5 ton ac outdoor, flushed drain ok, installed ecm protector for x13 motor, outdoor unit r22 ok capacitor for compressor ok, fan cap reading very low and burnt contacts, replce capacitor for fan motor cycle unit ok
Service call that the AC for the Back Office was not Cooling. Upon arrival, spoke with Shaun about issue. Found Blower Fan was running but the Compressor and Outdoor Fan were not running. The Control Board was not displaying any fault codes. Tested system and found the Compressor and Fan were not receiving the correct voltage. Traced voltage back to the 3 Phase Contactor. One of the legs of the Contactor was not passing the correct voltage. Found Ants had gotten into the Contact Pads of the Contactor and caused this Contactor to fail as well. The Contactor that was replaced previously for similar issue was for the Blower Motor Fan. This 3 Phase Contactor operates the Compressor and the Outdoor Fan Motor. Removed failed Contactor and installed a new 3 Pole 24V Coil Contactor. Made all wiring connections. Put system back in operation to test. Tested system and components and completed AC Checklist Form. Sprayed bug spray around the outdoor Unit to kill the Ants. Spoke with Shaun about
replaced indoor evaporator coil and filter dryer. Pressure tested at 250 psi nitrogen and soap checked joints. Vacuumed down system to 380 microns and charged system with 8 lbs of 410 a. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures. Outdoor temperature was 93 degrees. Pressures were 362/144 with a subcooling of 15. Also checked temperature split at evaporator coil. Had a 22 degree temperature split, ac system is back working again.
Upon arrival found unit off, customer explained me what was going on, noise from outdoor unit, set thermostat to call for ac, heard refrigerant leaking, found distributor rubbing against reversing valve leaking, due to age and condition, would recommend replacing system, for repairs unit refrigerant has to be recovered, try to braze leak, pressurize system, and triple evacuation, bill to come out later today for price on new system
Performed quality 6 month check, replaced standard air filter. Checked leak at eztrap. Brushed out trap itâ€™s clean. Tested with water, filled trap found no leak. Started air conditioner, checked for air leaks ok. Checked refrigerant charge, topped off charge, balanced by sub cooling. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil.
Performed ac check up on geothermal unit, check electrical low and high ok capacitor ok flushed and check drain ok check split supply 43 return 68 water temp in 72 return 80, check filter ok 30x36x2 cycle unit ok
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filters, inspected cooling coils. Blew out condensate traps. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values, found second floor capacitor getting weak, also repaired burnt wire on contactor. Started air conditioners, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coils.
Performed Quality Assurance On recently installed Amana AC system. Reviewed Installation and made corrections as needed. Completed Checklist Form in System. Recommended to homeowner to use the Circulate Fan feature on thermostat and possibly closing some vents off to try to push more air to the second floor.
Performed 6 month inspection check up, check electrical low and high ok test and flushed drain and pump ok filter 313 ok outdoor unit 410 pressures and electrical e unit both zones working ok