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The service was great! Chris came out and made sure everything was working how it was supposed too. He went over everything with me.
The service was great! They did a great job and I was explained how to work the system
Barry was very professional and was aware of keeping his feet clean on his trips to his truck and back into the house. He did a thorough job with both our heating systems and gave me some pointers on thermostat settings.
great guys who knew their stuff and promptly found problem
Installers were great
Kurt came to repair my heating system. He was prompt, courteous, and resolved the issue we were having with our heating/ cooling system.
He and dave did great professional job and explained everything we asked
This company added a heating and cooling system to our second floor. They were very professional and so easy to work with. They came up with a great HVAC system for our major home renovation. Their work was excellent and they tailored the stages of the job to work perfectly with the other professionals who were here working as well. Their workers are very polite and clean up meticulously. My husband and I are really pleased and impressed with the job they completed.
AC Tune Up for 4 Ton Trane AC system: Replaced 20x22x1 Filter Measured temperature split. Measured static pressure. Cleared trap and tested pump. Checked all wiring, controls, electric motors and components: found weak 7.5uF capacitor at outdoor unit. Recommended replacing weak capacitor. Homeowner agreed. Replaced capacitor. Checked refrigerant pressures and diagnostics. Recommend plan membership for 2.5 Ton American standard system. Emailed estimate.
Checked no cooling on first floor air conditioner, found burnt wires and a failed dual run capacitor. Checked second floor air conditioner, found air conditioner low on charge and is r22 refrigerant. Explained the r22 has been phased out and the only option is to replace the system. Recommend replacing systems due to age and condition.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced air filter. Cleaned condensate drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced air filter. Cleaned eztrap and drain. Shut off humidifier for summer. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil.
Performed QA on Amana Gas Furnace installation. Completed checklist form in system. Tested system in Heating and measured Combustion, Gas Pressures, and static. Tested operation of existing humidifier and found humidifier panel very dirty. Informed homeowner that this needs to be serviced before next winter. Also spoke to homeowner about condition and age of Water Heater. There is a lot of rust and corrosion on the top of Water Heater. He said we have already provided a quote for the replacement of the water heater. This install passed the QA: no corrections were needed, guys are doing a good job!
Ripped out old 90% natty gasâ€™s furnace and braced up ac coil with drive slid old furnace out and slid new 90% furnace in same place re attached Return duct and made supply transition in between furnace and coil, reattached PVC 2 inch venting to new heater reattached three-quarter inch PVC drain line installed new condensation pump on isolation pads and tested wired and pump in the series, also hooked back up humidifier installed one T6 thermostat and program taped and seal all holes tested for gas leaks found no bubbles at time of completion, tied in horizontal drain kit and pumped into condensate pump adjusted gas pressures and set up dip switches set cfm airflow to D 2-1/2 ton ac unit, install new vinyl tubing ran tubing to inside on sewer pipe with barb fittings and hose clamp on both ends tested for leaks,
We came out for a no heat call and system was in lockout, when previous tech cleaned the flame sensor the burners were not put back in correctly, removed and put back in correctly and system is working correctly at this time.
Checked no heat complaint, found furnace locked out on failed to light. Reset lockout. Started furnace, furnace started and ran. Checked flame sensor, cleaned sensor. Cycled furnace, found no reason for lock out.
Replace heat exchanger, check all electrical connections, Perform combustion analysis, purge boiler of air. Test operations of system. Boiler is working fine at time of service.
Found the system had locked out because return temp was higher then supply temp. The plugs were switched from the flue temp and return temp. Also found water in the bottom of the unit upon farther inspection found a hole in the heat exchanger, used high temperature silicone to plug hole until replacement of heat exchanger or of unit is done.
Installed factory blower guard kit per recall directions. Inspected drain pan, unable to find any problems with it at this time.
Heat Tune Up for 5 Ton Carrier Heat pump system (basement). Washable filter ok. Measured static pressure and temperature rise. Checked defrost operation and electric heat amp draw. Cleaned EZ Trap. Checked all controls, electric motors and components. Heat Tune Up for 2.5 Ton Heat Pump System. Replaced 20x20x1 filter. Measured temp rise, static pressure. Checked refrigerant pressures/data. Defrost operation/electric heat ok. Checked all controls, wiring, electric motors and components. Both systems are operating well at the time of this maintenance.
Steam humidifier was working when we arrived, cycled the humidifier and tested operation. Checked what the solid red light on fill meant and checked the corresponding components. Water was on, electrodes and fill sensor were plugged in, went into attic and found the hose had a slight s shaped curve to it that when moved drained water back to the humidifier. Attached strapping to steam feed hose in attic to keep it from bottoming out and so that the condensate can drain back to the canister for correct operation. System was working correctly at this time.
Installed reme air purifier, also whipped out indoor air handler mold as much as possible. Re-leveled mini split with rock. Insulated condensation line in garage for furnace.
Performed precision heat tune up on all systems except (2) mini splits that are a/c only. Replaced (3) Aprilaire 213 air filters. Replaced (1) #35 humidifier pad. Provided estimates for repairs. Systems are working fine at time of inspection.