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Luis had to climb into the attic and fish wire to the new themostat. Took the time to walk us through the setup of the wireless thermostat. Very professional and attentive to cleaning up after the job was completed.
Came at the time stated. He was friendly and spoke to us about the problem we were having. He went right to work. Told us what happened and showed us a broken wire that he replaced. We were thankful that someone was able to come on such a hot day.
Chris is great takes his time,i trust him explicitly
Chris has been servicing out heater and air condition for a few years. We bought both units from DiBase when we moved into our home.We could not give anything but positive reviews about Chris and look forward to seeing him. The person that scheduled our appointment was so professional and pleasant. We recommend them whenever we can.
Performed Quality Assurance on Amana Gas Furnace/AC System. Reviewed installation with homeowner and answered all questions about the system and the Thermostat. Completed Checklist Form in system.
Found leaking coupler and replaced. Vents in good shape.
Performed heating maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started gas furnace, measured fuel pressures and performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Performed heating maintenance, checked media filter ok. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections. Started gas furnace, tested limit and safety switches, measured fuel pressures. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Reclaimed and removed old system. Installed new Amana high efficiency gas furnace with new coil and condenser. Leveled new pad and ran new lineset. Brazed in with nitrogen. Pressure tested to 300 psi. Evacuated down to 162 microns. Installed new whip and disconnect. Reconnected ductwork and sealed. Reconnected gas line and leak checked. Reconnected venting and supported with strapping. Installed new condensate pump and vinyl to discharge line. Installed new outlet and switch on furnace. Installed new Honeywell t6 pro WiFi thermostat and set up Honeywell home wireless with customer. Tested heat and adjusted gas pressures. Tested cool and adjusted charge. System working great at time of install.
Performed heating maintenance, checked air filter ok. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections. Serviced humidifier, cleaned and replaced water panel, started for winter. Started gas furnace, measured fuel pressures, performed combustion test. Tested limit and safety switches. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Checked no hot water, found natural gas water heater not running. Checked hot water temperature, getting 86 degrees. Checked thermostat, set to lower temperature and water heater started. Cycled thermostat from low to high. Water heater is running now. Recommend replacing water heater thermostat. Want to hold off on repairs due to wanting to replace furnace and water heater at the same time.
Installed new thermostat t10 had to run new set of wires due to bare wires on the current thermostat current stat was not using common or red due to both not having plastic shield were just bare, run new set of wire from attic to thermostat went over settings and connected stat to internet and also set up customer app, thermostat is fully setup on customer phone/app, also performed quality assurance during same call,
Installed a new furnace in existing locations on snow feet. Installed a new coil on top of furnace and adapted all duct work as needed. Taped and sealed all Connections. Ran a new condensate drain with a new ez trap . Ran new vinyl tubing over to washer box. Used existing coppers lines flushed, Brazed and leak checked all joints from indoor to outdoor unit with soapy bubbles and 300 psi of nitro. . Reconnected gas pipes and leak checked. Installed a new ac on a new plastic pad . Added a New whip and disconnect to unit. Checked a tuned ac charge. Ran flue piping into garage and out the back on the house. Insulated all piping threw garage. Tested heater in low and high stage unit is running at manufacture specifications.
Performed heating maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Started gas furnace, tested limit and safety switches, measured fuel pressures. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Checked water in water heater pan, found relief valve wet. Checked water pressure, found 92 psi. Checked prv, adjusted valve and pressure went back to 90 psi. Need to replace pressure deducing valve.
Service call that the AC was making a loud noise. Upon arrival spoke with Homeowners about issue. Was informed that there was a partial power loss/Spike earlier and that several appliances were reset. When this occurred the Outdoor Unit was making a very loud noise until it shut off. When it cycled on/off again there were no further issues. Put system in operation to test. Measured Voltages and Amp readings on the system. Checked Electrical Components and measured Refrigerant Charge. System is operating to standards. If the Compressor experienced a power drop/power loss and did not have enough time to stabilize before immediately turning on again it would cause the internal Windings to run improperly and could have caused the loud vibrating noise. No issues with the system were found, and system is operating to standards at this time.
Inspected equipment and discussed problem with customer. Unit is 2 stage Carrier system 410A with variable speed blower. Problem is unit is not cooling second floor to temperature. Turned fan in on position and checked airflow settings. Recommend leaving fan in on to balance system better. Recommend service plan and full maintenance on unit with new air filter and inspecting unit.
Second floor unit not keeping up when outdoor temperatures are above 94 degf. inspected ductwork and found to be in poor condition. Insulated R6 flex ducts everywhere and distribution boxes were present on each side. There are only 2 8â€ flex runs and 1 10â€ flex duct coming off of plenum. Sealed all areas around coil cabinet and return that were leaking air. Tested system operation. Solution would be to add more ductwork off of plenum for increased airflow if problem persists.
Checked poor cooling complaint, found thermostat set for 75 reading 77. Air conditioner is running, checked refrigerant charge, found 32 degree superheat. Added refrigerant and balanced charge to 8 superheat, added 2lbs 6 oz.