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Performed Quality Assurance On all Systems for the Home. Verified systems settings for each unit using the Cool Cloud App. Connected two Thermostats to the Wifi/Ecobee App that the customer could not get connected. Sealed two outside hole penetrations. Completed Checklist for Inspection. Collected final balance by check.
Installed 2nd floor gas furnace and ac. Leak checked gas lines. Installed customer provided eco bee. Installed reme air scrubber. Tested condensate with water. Re connected plenum with sheet metal. Set up system with cool cloud app, and tested. System is up an running at manufacture specifications. Installed attic heat pump system. Reconnected plenum brazed lines in. Installed ez trap and went switch water protection. Installed new drain pan and 5kw electric heat kit. Installed customer supplied thermostat. Evacuated and charged system.
Replace 6 in draft control damper for boiler number 1, talked to customer about chimney getting clean by a certified chimney company
Installed daikin miniplit system, vacuumed down to 218 microns, checked for leaks, ran system and tested. Installed erv system with outside venting going in and out. Tested and works by switch that homeowner provided.
Second opinion, per customer, they were told outdoor compressor was failing and probably would fail this summer, check indoor unit blowing pair, noticed attic unit and does not have water protection ez trap or wet switch, highly recommend installing water protection, filter ok check outdoor unit, looks like capacitor was recently change 50/5 check amp draw ok fan motor and compressor ok with in electrical range, check r22 pressures ok install d wet switch and ez trap for attic unit and also installed spp6 super boost for outdoor condenser unit test and cycle unit ok office will be calling to schedule maintenance visit under service plan
Performed two ac check ups, check electrical low and high customer has three units, only performed tune up on main unit and on heat pump, main house filter ok flushed drain check split ok outdoor unit r22 ok capacitor and contactor ok cycle unit ok for heat pump replace 15x20x1 cleared drain line, flushed drain ok, informed customer about unit not having ez trap and wet switch, r22 pressures donâ€™t and cap ok highly recommended adding wet switch and ez trap
Performed two oil boiler cleanings, check electrical low and high ok replace oil filters, and nozzles, .50x60A for #2 and .85x80B for #1 clean and adjust electrodes for #2 replace electrodes for number 1, clean heat exchanger and flue pipe, very dirty both boilers and exhaust pipe, also try to clean as much as possible from chimney base, chimney needs to be clean from base to top, almost restricting venting, highly recommend cleaning chimney by chimney professional cycle and test boilers ok combustion test on each boiler running on good oxygen and carbon dioxide test limits ok noticed 6 in draft damper not working quoted for new damper
Checked no cooling complaint on second floor air conditioner, checked outdoor unit, found compressor off on internal overload, checked capacitor ok. Compressor reset. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge, found low on charge. Also found oil in the base near the coil. Topped off charge, balanced by superheat. Checked operation ok.
Performed two ac check ups, check electrical low and high ok check filters, replace second floor 413 first floor filter ok flushed drain ok, check split, outdoor units refrigerant pressures ok r22 and 410a ok capacitor and contactor ok cycle units ok
Found disconnect was not plugged in from install and a/c breaker was turned off. Plugged in disconnect , turned on Breaker and tested a/c. Outdoor temp is 82 degrees and discharge air is 95 degrees. Pressure were 298/124 subcooling 11 and super heat is 18 very good. Delta t is 24 degrees. Also tightened some of the t stat connections at indoor board.
Performed quality assurance evaluation of system. All looks good.
Collector box gasket leaking caulked with high temp rtv, if problem would persist at all collector box with gasket would need to be replaced. Told home owner to keep an eye on it for anymore water.
Performed cooling maintenance on 3.5 ton heat pump. Checked media filter found dirty and needs to be replaced. Cleaned condensate drain and pump. Tested condensate Pump. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections. Measured capacitor values. Started heat pump, measured refrigerant charge, found low on charge. System outdoor is 11 years old matched to an older air handler. Recommend replacing system vs repairing fur to obsolete R-22 refrigerant.
Upon arrival found blank thermostat, found open wet switch little condensation underneath west switch, check all drains ok all tubing ok test pump ok, there was no other spot with water just underneath wet switch, found no issues with drain heater drain or ac drain, no charge this time
Installed 2 indoor heads for outdoor unit on right side of house, one in living room upstairs and one for downstairs bar area. Ran new line sets and drain lines in line hide tied into units using flares and new communicating wires from outdoor to indoor. Ran wire through the attic and down the line hides in seal tight to panel. Installed 4 indoor heads on the left side of the house one in the upstairs master bedroom, one in the bathroom downstairs and one in each of the bedrooms downstairs installed linehide for exterior downstairs bedroom and master bedroom upstairs.. the interior bedroom had a pump installed for the drain line which runs to a 115 v pump located near the sink in utility room near washer. I installed minis and moved breakers to accommodate both double poll 20 breakers I needed for outdoor power drew a new legend for home owner and traced out all breakers except for one number 30 on the right side which was previously labeled master bath with a ? Customer is aware the