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Performed cooling maintenance checked media air filter ok. Inspected cooling coil. Blew out condensate trap and drain. Tested condensate pump. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil. Found no reason for no cooling.
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on Amana Heat Pump System. Replaced High Efficiency 413 Air Filter. Cleaned Condensation Drain Line and Pump. Inspected and tested Electrical Components on Air Handler and Outdoor Unit. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. Measured Supply/Return Air Temperatures. System is operating to standards at this time.
Performed PECO Heat Pump Tune Up on System. Checked the 16x20x1 Air Filter. Air Filter was clean and in good condition. Performed PECO Checklist. While measuring Refrigerant Charge on system, found system to be low on Refrigerant. The Air Handler is over 30 years old and the Outdoor Unit is 20 Years old. Due to age, and overall poor condition of the system, the recommendation would be to replace the Heat Pump system rather than make repairs. Provided an estimate for the cost to add Refrigerant.
Service call that there was a leak after the AC was turned on recently. Spoke with Homeowner about issue upon arrival. The Condensation Pump Discharge Tubing runs into a drain that is shared with the Washing Machine Discharge. Filled Pump to test. Water was filling the drain and leaking out around the piping below. The Vinyl Tubing was not pushed very far into the Drain Pipe. Moved the Discharge tube so it was deeper into the Drain Pipe. Filled and tested Pump 10-15 times to ensure there were no further leaks. Homeowner is going to monitor and is also going to run the washing machine. If the leaks persists, recommend having a plumber repair/replacing the Drain Assembly.
Returned to site to Install a new 40/5 Mfd Capacitor for the Outdoor Unit. Turned Power off to System and removed the old Capacitor. Installed new Capacitor and made all wiring connections. Restored Power and tested Operation upon completion.
Performed PECO Heat Pump Tune Up. Checked 20x20x1 Air Filter. Filter was clean and did not need to be changed. Performed Audit using PECO Form Checklist. No receipt is needed by Homeowner.
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on American Standard Heat Pump System. Replaced 20x20x1 Air Filter. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Unit. Found the Dual Capacitor on the Outdoor Unit was testing lower than the recommended rating on the Hermetic Side. Recommendation is to replace the Capacitor before any issues arise. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. System is operating and refrigerant Charge is to standards at this time. Outdoor Fan Motor is running at its rated Amperage. While the system is operating, recommend begin planning/saving for replacement due to the age of the system (17 Years).
Performed peco heat pump tune up, new filter, check electrical low and high check 15 kw back up heat ok outdoor unit 410 capacitor and contactor ok test defrost ok coils are clean, all motors ok no lubrications needed,
Performed heat pump precision tune up. Checked all electrical conections , and checked moter amp draw. Also checked condensate pump operation and tested. Also checked refrigerant pressures and replace Aprilaire m# 413 air filter. System is running well at time of service.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Bryant Heat Pump System. Replaced High Efficiency 401 Air Filter. Inspected Electrical Components on Air Handler and Outdoor Unit. Blower Motor Capacitor was testing at its highest recommended rating. A preventative measure would be to replace the Capacitor before it reads out of rating. Mold and growth were found inside the Air Handler and on some wiring inside the Air Handler. Tested operation of system in Heat Mode and measured Refrigerant Charge. Tested the 15 Kw Electric Auxilary Heat Kit. Forced system into Defrost to ensure it was switching over properly.
Performed quality assurance visit on home. Looked into ductwork issue in front bedroom. Registers are barely moving any air to room and room is fairly large with outside exposure. Recommend tracing and inspecting duct system and possibly adding booster fan to system.
Installed new amana outdoor unit on a new pad. A new whip and disconnect was installed as well. A new Honeywell 4000 pro thermostat was installed in the living room of the first floor. Inside we also installed a new amana air handler on the existing return box. We adapted to the existing supply plennum and re tied the power back in. We installed. A new condensate drain line that goes into a new pump. The ez trap and pump were both wired into the unit. Flushed the existing line set and pressure tested for leaks. The system was evacuated and tested in heat and the system is running to industry standards.
Install a new 50 Gallon Electric Water Heater with Expansion Tank, Water Alarm, and Auxilary Drain Pan. Completed all mechanical and piping connections and electrical connections. Filled and purged water heater and tested operation. Water pressure at 60 psi.
Service call that the Water Water Heater was not working properly. Arrived onsite and spoke with Hoe owner about issue. Found Panels taken off of the Water Heater. The Top Element has a lot of rust and corrosion forming around it and the Insulation was Wet indicating that it is leaking. Found the Top Element Thermostat tripped. Reset and tested operation. After the Top Thermostat was satisfied the Bottom Heating Element was not reading proper Amperage. Exact age of the Water Heater is unknown due to having no Label. It is estimated that the Water Heater is between 10-15 Years old. Due to age and the overall condition it is not recommended to repair. Recommendation is to replace the Water Heater. An estimate for replacement is included.
Inspected for signs of smell in area. Found smell in main living area. Found excessive bacterial growth in basement area. Found bacterial growth and water leak in living room area. Windows were open in basement and humidity reading 65%. Found stagnant water sump pump area. Inspected heating and cooling system, removed covers and inspected coil and blower components. Smell on main floor is consistent with wet laundry. Recommend having mold condition assessed immediately.