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Will do. I'm happy with your prompt reply and professional work. Once you submitted the pictures and diagnosis online as required, please let me know. I can follow up. Thx
Very good! Extremely satisfied with Luis. Thank you
Kudos to Luis. He arrived on time, explained what he had to do and went to work. He is a personable young man whom we were happy to have in our house. He took the time to talk to our four year old grand daughter and shared a cookie with her. We are totally satisfied with his visit.
Maintenance technician arrived on time (beginning of scheduled time window) and performed his work professionally, cleanly and quickly, all while following protocol for social distancing and wearing a mask. +++ Found an issue with AC and had the part needed. Great Job!
Kurt was curteous and informative. Response time couldn’t be beat especially since it was a Saturday. Thanks.
Professional and personable
Diagnosed problem quickly and made the repair. I think he was here about 20 minutes
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok filter ok, check drain line ok flushed it with water, check temp split, blower cap and motor ok check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures ok capacitor and contactor ok cycle unit ok
No ac found thermostat se to 72 room temp is at 82 check blower operation ok blower cap and motor ok, check outdoor unit found power to outdoor unit but nothing is working, found compressor tripped on high head, check coil and found condencer fan motor not working, found open run cap for both sides quoted for repairs once we installed new cap we will check refrigerant pressures to make sure levels are ok
Checked no cooling complaint, blower runs but no outdoor, checked run capacitor, found weak run capacitor. Replaced run capacitor. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Service call that the Heat Pump water heater was not working properly. Found system operating on arrival. Viewed Fault Code history and found the Clogged Condensation Drain error. Removed drain pipe and cleaned. Inspected the internal drain connection. Drain was clean and clear of any debris. Called Technical Support about error code. Technical support stated that the internal sensor could get tripped due to condensation or moisture in the Air. Unit is operating to standards.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned condensate trap and drain. Shut off humidifier for summer. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
No cooling, customer stated breaker at the air handler tripped, reset breaker and check all wiring low and high ok all connections are nice and tight, check amp draw on blower ok 2 amps full speed, check temp split ok outdoor unit pressures ok test pump and check ez trap mechanism ok no issues found cycle unit ok
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok replaced filter flushed drain test pump ok check temperature split ok check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures ok super heat 8 sub cooling 12 electrical ok replaced high performance capacitor for compressor and fan motor was reading 22 rated at 30 customer ok with replacement cycle unit ok washed outdoor coil system working ok at this time
Upon arrival found Refrigerant lines and Indoor Coil completely frozen. Put system in Heating mode to defrost indoor Coil. After defrosting Coil, turned system to AC mode and tested operation. Measured refrigerant charge and added 2lbs of R-22 Refrigerant to system charging by Superheat standards. Recommended superheat was 9 degrees, charged system to a 5 degree Superheat. Measured Supply Air at 56 Degrees with a 77 Degree return Air. If system is loosing refrigerant there is no guarantee on how long the refrigerant will last in the system. Due to age, 20 Years, and overall condition would recommend replacement of the Gas Furnace/AC system.
No ac found system off upon arrival set thermostat to call for ac and found compressor not running making humming sound three phase compressor, switch two leads at contactor and compressor came on cycle couple times compressor came on, monitor ac cycle, compressor amps at 10 amps, replaced filter, adjust charge r22 system is working in poor condition only 12 degree split, System will not work properly when outside temp is above 90 degrees, todayâ€™s readings outside temp 84...pressures 210/70 with liquid line temperature 87 suction line temp 68,.,,supply temp 60 return air 73, 15 sub cooling and 29 super heat, system is at maximum output
No ac found system off upon arrival, set thermostat to call for ac fan motor starts but not the compressor check voltage ok compressor pulling 3 amps, check wiring, ohm out compressor wires and found r wining open, check wiring connections in compressor terminals, found open run wire, burnt wire, also all three terminals/wires are burnt and melted the insulation, also found compressor wire cap melted, compressor had a big burnout, explained customer that I can try and repair connections but there is no guarantees that compressor will work terminals are in bad shape and donâ€™t know if will work correctly, new compressor is needed, new wiring and new disconnect due to high repair cost, is better to replace system
Checked condensate leak, found trap full and overflowing. Blew out trap, condensate drained and was pumped away. Explained that the air conditioner needs maintenance to prevent problems like this.
Pumped down existing heat pump. Removed old air handler and media filter. Installed new Amana air handler and brazed in with nitrogen. Reconnected low volt and high volt wiring. Installed new hydronic coil and propressed in. Purged air from loop. Installed new ez trap and condensate pump and wired safteys to break r. Fabricated plenum and sealed ductwork. Pressure tested to 300 and evacuated down to 167 microns. Released refrigerant and had to remove some to achieve proper sub cooling. Tested system in cooling and heating. Found broken outdoor txv in heating mode. Will contact customer about repair. Tested hot water coil. Tested pump. System working well at time of install besides od txv.
No ac found system off upon arrival asked customer to set thermostat to call for ac, check filter new filter is needed, check ac operation check refrigerant pressures low side is Reading 35 and head 220 found condenser coil restricting airflow, coil needs deep cleaning, system is low on refrigerant, coil needs to get cleaned before adding refrigerant so we can check 100% refrigerant pressures, also found contactor making buzzing sound indication plunger wearing out, capacitor was found to be reading low, talked to customer about findings and customer declined repairs at this time emailed proposal in case customer wants to call back and have repairs done, due to age and condition would recommend replacing system
Re-leveled outdoor condenser using 4â€x8â€x16â€ concrete block and two popcorn concrete bricks. Checked level and is now level with a solid base. Cleaned up stone to make look nicer. No charge for this visit as it is a new install.
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed gas furnace and air conditioning system. Looked over entire system. All wiring proper and secure. All ductwork sealed properly. All penetrations sealed properly. Outdoor unit and disconnect level. System working great at time of QA.