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Great service and arrived right on time. Explained all repairs to me and showed me pictures of the items to be repaired.
Very professional team who quickly got job done
Good- thanks to Chris for the quick service
My wife and I were devastated that our AC went on one of the hottest weeks of the summer. On Tuesday we were informed our system was done. Although we could have requested just the AC it was pointed out that the heating system was the same age. Had I not dealt with Joe for these many years I probably would have assume he was just up selling me. Rather I knew he has never done that before. Back to installation, which was accomplished on Friday. Later follow to be sure everything was set up correctly, assured us that things (AC) was running correctly. In all happy to continue to deal with Joe.
Had my AC fail in a heat wave and Chris was slotted in to take a look at my system ahead of schedule. He came out and diagnosed my problem and was able to replace the parts and service the heat pump quickly and easily.
Checked water leaking from water heater relief valve. Checked water pressure, have 100 psi at the tank. Found failed expansion tank also. There may also be damage to the relief valve. Recommend replacing pressure reducing valve and water heater expansion tank. Does not want repairs done at this time.
Upon arrival found heater not running, would go off after seconds of running, no error codes, check venting ok pressure switches, ok flame sensor ok, when blower come on burner cabinet is starving for air, check intake and exhaust ok, performed heat exchanger test with blower on and off, heater stays on with cover on and intake connected, as soon as we connect blower unit goes off, looks like air is leaking into combustion chamber inspect heat exchanger and noticed some cracks, I going to have joe out here to verify situation and re inspect heat exchanger, also for price on new heater
Checked no cooling complaint, the outdoor fan motor isnâ€™t running. Checked outdoor fan motor bearings are ok. Checked run capacitor. Found open capacitor. Replaced outdoor fan motor run capacitor. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge ok.
Performed two propane gas furnace check ups, check electrical low and high ok clean sensor and burners ok check gas pressures ok combustion test cycle heaters check split, second floor furnace checked out ok, on first floor found heater, would not come on, code 31 pressure switch problem, found seized motor, free the motor and run heater motor runs but makes noise, bearings would go bad any time, quoted for repairs new assembly customer has two humidifiers he takes care of them
Performed precision heat tune up on Goodman gas furnace. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked gas pressure and performed combustion test. Blew out condensate drain. Found no water protection on Goodman gas furnace and finished basement. Recommend installing a wet switch. Homeowner to possibly install at a later date. Gas furnace is working fine at time of service.
Service call that there was a whistling noise coming from the Unit. Upon arrival, spoke with Homeowner about issue. Was informed that the Whistling noise was intermittent and has no been present in the past few days. Turned System on to test and monitor system. Was unable to replicate the whistling noise in the system. Did find that the Blower Cabinet door had insulation around the frame of it to seal it. The insulation was worn in several areas. Removed the Insulation and installed new strips of Foam Insulation around the Cabinet door to better seal. Checked positioning of Air Filter and Inspected Blower Wheel to ensure there was no debris on it. Put system back in operation and monitored for several minutes.
Checked water in water heater safety pan. Found bottom wet, checked relief valve. Found dry. Found no leaks around fittings. Checked tank itâ€™s dry. Found top of water heater has water stains canâ€™t tell where the water came from. Checked water pressure, found 92 psi standing. Ran water pressure dropped to 88 and recovered to 92 when water was off. Water pressure is high but stable. Dried pan and installed alarm. Set dry paper towel under relieve valve to see if valve is dripping that would be caused by a bad pressure reducing valve.
Checked condensate leak around the 2 gas furnaces in the basement. Started both air conditioners, checked condensate drains, ok. Tested condensate pump. Started air conditioners, checked refrigerant charge, found the second floor air conditioner low on charge. Recommend replacing air conditioner due to age and r22 refrigerant. Will wait until spring to replace air conditioner.
Diconected supply plenum from supply trunk moved over about 1 1/2 inches. Re screwed plenum to trunk duct and tapped and caulked seems. Filter now slides past poll for easy filter replacement.
Performed Quality Assurance On Amana AC/Coil Installation. Reviewed installation with Homeowner and corrected issues. Completed Checklist Form in System.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on System. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter. Cleaned Condensation Pump and Furnace Drain Lines. Filled and tested operation of Pump. Inspected electrical Components on system. Inspected Intake pipe and removed debris that was present. Inspected Burners and found Burners to be rusted. While testing the system, the Burners did not light off completely multiple times and the system had to restart itself. Recommend replacement of the Burners and LP Orifices to avoid any further issues. Provided estimate for the replacement of the Burners and Orifices. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace and adjusted Gas Pressure to nominal levels.
Checked no cooling complaint, checked air filter ok. Started air conditioner, blower runs, checked outdoor unit, found only fan running. Checked run capacitor. Found weak dual run capacitor. Replaced dual run capacitor. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge, found slightly undercharged. Recommend having air conditioner checked in the spring to check charge again and topping off.
Preformed heat tuneup. Checked indoor unit. Cleaned electrostatic filter. Checked heat kit operation. Checked temperature split. Blew out condensate lines. Inspected electrical connections. Tested outdoor capacitor and checked all connections. Measured temperature output. Checked charge in out door unit and found to be low. Refrigerant was added 6 months ago so leak dye was injected with 2 lbs of refrigerant. Will check system for dye in 30 days. Everything else checked out good. Recommended surge protectors for indoor and outdoor ecm motors.
Performed precision heat tuneup on Goodman heat-pump system. Replaced 22/22/1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Blew out condensate drain. System is working fine at time of service.
Performed four gas heat check ups, and four heat pumps check ups, check electrical low and high ok check electric heat on all four air handlers ok, replace all filters, check outdoor units refrigerant pressures ok test reversing valve ok, cycle all four heat pumps ok, also performed tune up on four gas package units, check belts replace filters and combustion test on three units, will need to return to perform a combustion test on middle unit due to economizer is on and it does not let furnace run it has to be below 60 degrees outside temp