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Performed Precision AC Tune Up on the First Floor and Second Floor System. Replaced the High Efficiency 413 Filter for the First Floor and the 213 Filter for the Second Floor System. Cleaned Drain Lines, Condensation Pump, and EZ Traps on Systems. Inspected Electrical Components on the Furnaces and Outdoor Units. Measured Refrigerant Charge on both Units and took Supply and Return Air Temperature Readings. Both systems are operating to standards at this time.
Removed thermostat from wall and extended wire to relocate thermostat to other side. Completed all connections and tested operation. Removed 2 duct fittings and installed top takeoffs on top of duct and reconnected flex and panned off other openings. Tested operation and ensured thermostat had a program in schedule.
Inspected ductwork in attic space and found one run kinked feeding Father Michaels bedroom. Recommend installing top take off and panning off other supply. Checked all dampers and found only chapel and supply runs where bedroom is located dampened down. Measured airflows to each space. During visit encountered a problem with thermostat no reading correct temperature. Thermostat reading 68 and setpoint at 71 and thermostat not starting. Removed from wall and placed back on wall and temperatures went to 74/74 and unit came on. Replaced thermostat with Honeywell T6 wifi and setup and tested operation. Left fan in On position.
Performed quality assurance inspection on unit. All looks good.
Arrived onsite to perform Precision Heating Tune Ups for the First Floor System and the Second Floor System. Spoke with Father Micheal upon arrival about issues with the Far rooms on each side of the Second Floor and the First Floor Bedroom that is Supplied by the Second Floor System. Found Thermostat in the Downstairs bedroom was set to "Cool" at 75 Degrees. While this thermostat does not directly Control the System, it does Control the Zone Damper and the Booster Fans. With its setting the Zone Damper was closed causing it to not receive any Heat. After changing Modes to Heating tested, turned the Second Floor System on. Bedroom was at 65 Degrees upon arrival and had reached 72 before leaving. Adjusted the Dampers for the two Far Side Bedrooms/Bathrooms on the Second Floor. Performed Heating Tune Ups on both Systems. Replaced the 213 High Efficiency Filter on the Second Floor Unit and the 413 High Efficiency Filter for the First Floor. Cleaned Drain Lines and inspected Electrical C
Installed new amana outdoor unit on a new plastic pad. Installed new whip and disconnect. Ran new line set into basement of the home. In the basement we installed a new amana gas furnace with a new amana coil on the gas furnace. Adapted to the gas pipe and ran new flue piping to the exterior of the home. We adapted the the return drop and supply plennum. Ran a new condensate drain line to a new condenspump. The pump runs back into the sink but with new vinyl tubing. New outlet and switch was installed onto the side of the new unit. New copper line set was ran. New Honeywell T6 pro thermostat was installed on the first floor. The system was tested in heat and is running to factory standards. *we will need to come back when itâ€™s warmer to test the AC.* Installed a new Bradford white water heater and removed the 3 inch flue piping and capped off the chimney and furnace cemented it so itâ€™s sealed. Water heater was tested and is running to industry standards.
Performed Precision Tune Up on newly installed system which supplies the First Floor of the Home. Chenaged the High Efficiency 213 Air Filter. Performed Humidifier Cleaning and Service. The Humidifier is in very poor Condition. The Humidifier had mold and a lot of corrosion inside. While cleaning the Water Panel Tray, it was breaking due to being brittle. After turning System on tested the Humidifier. The Humidifier is not turning on and is not receiving the proper power. We will have to further diagnose the Humdifier to determine the cause of the issue. When we return to perform the Tune Ups on the other Two Systems we can further troubleshoot the Humdifier. Measured Gas Pressure and Performed Combustion Analysis on further.
New high efficiency gas furnace and AC installation. Removed old equipment from house . Installed new high efficiency gas furnace. Retied supply and return trunk to furnace. Installed new Aprilaire 413 box and filter to the return . Retied gas line to furnace. Retied low and high voltage wiring to furance . Retied exhaust and intake vents to new furnace. Installed new condensate pipe , Pump and eztrap to furnace and coil . Installed new copper lineset from new coil to new outdoor unit with low volt wire . Installed new outdoor unit on a plastic pad . Retied low and high voltage wiring to outdoor unit . Installed new disconnect. Pressure tested , evacuated and charged AC system to factory standards. Set indoor fan speeds to the recommended speed . Tested the heat . Tested combustion and air temperature splits . Tested gas pressure to furnace and after gas valve . Tested air temperature splits for the AC . Re installed 24 volt cutout thermostat wire to the outdoor unit cutting y to the
Had previously beeen onsite and found system frozen up due to being very low on Refrigerant. Returned to fill system with Refrigerant before the installation of a new system can be installed. Added 6 lbs 8 oz of Refrigerant to system, Charging by Superheat. Temperature Split was at 20 Degrees - Supply 50 Degrees, Return 70 Degrees, and Superheat was at 19 Degrees upon completion.
Service call that the First Floor System was not working properly. Arrived onsite and spoke with Tara about issue. System was set to 68 Degrees and the temperature inside the house on the First Floor was 75. The Compressor and Outdoor Fan weâ€™re running and the Blower Fan was running. The Indoor Coil was completely Frozen solid and the Refrigeration Pipes to the Outdoor Unit and Compressor were completely Frozen. While performing Tune Up in May had found He system was low on Refrigerant and had added 3 lbs. For the Refrigerant to leak out and Freeze the Coil within this short amount of time indicates that there is a significant leak present. Due to the age of the system, 20 Years, and its current condition of loosing refirgerant, recommend replacement of the Furnace and AC. Turned AC off for the First Floor system and put Fan in the On Position. The office will follow up Monday to schedule install for replacement of the Furnace/AC.
Had previously been onsite and found that the Air Conditioner was not working due to the Breaker trippin and had found the Breaker to be failing. Returned to site to install a new Breaker. Homeowner had the replacement breaker. Removed the faulty breaker and installed a new Double 50 Amp Breaker which supplies two Air Conditioning Condenser Units. Turned Both Systems on and tested Operation. Checked Amperage on both Units: The Amana system which is for the Second Floor is drawing 11.4 Amps while in operation. The system for the first Floor of the House is drawing 14.9 Amps while in operation. Turned both systems on multiple times to test operation.
Upon arrival found Breaker tripped . After reviewing and checking unit again , walked down and felt Breaker which was warm to the touch. Breaker needs replaced. Cutter hammer 50/50 breaker. It's the two in the middle. Odd breaker
Upon arrival found outdoor Breaker tripped and dirty filter. Reset, tested operation, amps 10, charge: low 124 high 258 sh 15 sc 15 piston metering. Supply temp 52. Installed new filter .
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on the First Floor and Basement Systems. Was informed upon arrival that the First Floor system was not cooling properly. Replaced the High Efficiency Air Filter for the First Floor System, and installed a Standard 1â€ Filter for the Basement System. Found both systems were low on Refrigerant. Also found Blower Capacitor for the First Floor System was testing below Rating. Both contactors for the First Floor Unit and the Basement Unit were very worn and pitted. Also found Dual Capacitor for the Basement Unit very rusted. The following repairs were presented to homeowner and completed: Add R-22 Refrigerant to system and Charge by Superheat. Install a new 30/5 Dual Capacitor,and a new Single Pole Contactor for the Basement System. Test operation upon completion. Add R-22 Refrigerant to the system and charge by Superheat. Replace Single Pole Contactor, and 10 Mfd Blower Capacitor for the First Floor System. Test operation upon Completion
Installed new condensate pump and completed drain and wiring connections and tested pump operation. This pump is much quieter than old pump and has standard reservoir so it should not come on as much. Performed startup and testing of both air conditioners. Tested system charge on units. Replaced air filter for 1st floor unit.