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Christopher was friendly, efficient, complete, patient, knowledgeable, and took all safety precautions.
Brian was Friendly, knowledgeable and did a complete service for our Heating and A/C systems at our house. He took his time, and answered all questions. Excellent service!!
Found water pressure coming into home spiking at over 120 psi. Measured water pressure at both where the water comes into the home and at the water heater both were pegging the gauge at over 120 psi. Recommend to homeowner to install a pressure reducing valve on the 1â€ copper main. While I was there on site homeowner contacted his neighbor and the neighbor said that they have pressure reducing valves installed at the street to feed the homes. Recommend to homeowner to contact the water supply company to have this pressure issue addressed. Let homeowner know that this can damage the water heaters relief valve and other plumbing fixtures inside the home if let un- addressed. Homeowner will contact the water company at this point.
Arrived at customers home and checked out upstairs toilet. Water was off to the toilet at the time. Checked flapper and that was in good shape. Did clean a little debris off the flapper. Turned on the water to the toilet. Would not stop flowing water even with the bobber all the way up. Tried flushing it a couple times and still does it. Lifted shutoff level all the way up and still flowed water. Replaced fill valve in toilet. Filled and flushed toilet multiple times. Works perfectly now. None of the faucets have any flow issues. No charge for this visit.
Drain, disconnect, and remove existing water heater. Install a new 75 Gallon Natural Gas Atmospheric Water Heater with Auxiliary Drain Pan, water alarm, and expansion tank. Fill and purge system and measure water temperature and pressure of system upon completion. Drained and removed old water heater. Installed new Bradford white water heater in drip pan elevated on bricks. Tied pan into sump pump and added water alarm. Replaced shutoff valve and installed new expansion tank. Reconnected gas line and leak checked. Reinstalled flue piping. Purged air and lit water heater. Tested temperature and pressure. Replaced hot service igniter in attic furnace and verified operation.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Gas Fired Ultra Boiler. Cleaned Drain Line and Condensation Pump. Disassembled Heat Exchanger and cleaned. Cleaned Flame Rod and Ignitor. Tested Expansion Tank for Air Pressure. Put system into operation and performed Combustion Analysis. The Radiant floor Heat was in operation but the radiator heat for the whole house had not been turned on yet this season. Checked radiators to ensure they were getting hot. Boiler was still running to get up to water Setpoint but Supply and return water temperatures were within the 10-12 Degree standard of each other.q Would recommend during next heating tune up to replace the Gaskets on the Boiler using the Weil McLain Kit which includes new Gaskets and Flame Rod Assembly for Boiler. Included an estimate for the Gasket Kit.
Performed Precision Heating tune up on the First Floor and Second Floor Gas Furnace systems. Replaced 24x30x1 And 16x25x1 air filters for both systems. Humidifier for the first floor system is not being used and is shut off. Inspected electrical components on each system. Cleaned flame sensors and inspected burners and heat exchangers. The Hot Surface Ignitor for the First Floor unit is worn and has discoloration present. Would recommend replacement of Ignitor before any issues occur. Tested Combustion and measured Air Temperatures on both systems. The second floor system in an attic. Would highly recommend installing an EZ Trap onto the AC drain Line for this system as it will add additional water safety protection to the system. Also noted that the Hot Water Heater is 22 Years old. Water heater is making banging and popping noises when it is heating indicating that it is not heating the water evenly. Due to the age and condition of the Water Heater would recommend replacement before
Performed cooling maintenance on 2 air conditioners, replaced air filter. Cleaned condensate trap and drains. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioners, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coils
Performed gas boiler tune up and also ac inspection, check electrical low and high ok clean flame sensor and clean boiler trap, check inputs and outputs ok all parameters are with in specifications performed combustion test ok water pressure and temperature ok on the scale side check low and high electrical ok, replace filter check and flushed drain ok check split ok check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures contactor and capacitor ok customer has heat pump with electric heat as back up,
24x30x1 Upstairs filter needs ordered and changed when we come back to change out the blower cap on the downstairs unit 15 micro fareds also when we come back we need to install the 18x18x1 register downstairs to cover up hole underneath steps. Need slip and the register. Customer paid for cap and register. Already.. preformed precision heat tune up on both systems. Both systems looked good and checked out. We installed a April air humidifier in the craw space and added a 8 inch supply and 8 inch return to help pull from the basement. 2 10 inch were installed with a damper and tapered to pull more airflow from main basement area. We also installed a reme halo downstairs on the furnace to combat the mold smell. The dehumidifier needed a pump installed in the pan on furnace feet. Ran vinyl to discharge line.
Service call that the Gas Boiler was not working and was not Heating the Home. Upon arrival, spoke with Homeowner about issue. Found Thermostat set to Heat at 66 Degrees with an indoor Temperature of 55 Degrees. Proceeded to the Boiler to troubleshoot. The Boiler was not in operation and after troubleshooting found that their was not Power going to the Boiler. Found the Emergency Shut Off Switch at the Top of the Basement Steps was Turned Off. Turned Switch on and Boiler began operating. Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Boiler. Disassembled and cleaned Heat Exchanger and Ignitor Assembly. Clean Boiler Drain Line and Condensation Pump. Inspected Electrical Connections. Tested Expansion Tank to ensure Air Pressure was present. Performed Combustion Analysis on Modulating Boiler. Monitored operation of Boiler to ensure it was Heating properly and the Radiators were getting hot.