520 Trestle Place
Downingtown, PA 19335
(610) 873-1244

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for west chester, pa

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 71 customer reviews

Great service— quick response time

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Excellent

He is as very professional, informative and courteous

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Great service

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On time and professional

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First time customer. I’ll be back.

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Great

On time wore safety equipment and and explained everything to owner of property and a family member very satisfied thank you kurt

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He did a great job

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Great service

On time, Covid-19 aware, efficient service. Brian is always professional and reliable.

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VERY GOOD SEVICICE

MY SERVICE WAS DONE EFFICIENTLY AND ON TIME.

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Job Locations
for west chester, pa

Brian B.

Brian B. Job Checkin

Performed cooling maintenance, replaced main system air filter. Cleaned mini split filters. Cleaned condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started heat pumps. Checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coils.


Brian B.

Brian B. Job Checkin

Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter. Cleaned condensate drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.


Paul W.

Paul W. Job Checkin

Reclaimed and removed old ac and coil. Removed heater . Installed a new amana gas heater in existing location. Installed a amana coil on top of furnace and adapted all ductwork as needed. Taped and sealed all duct. Flushed copper lines and adapted piping as needed. Brazed and leak checked. New ac unit is on a plastic pad . New disconnect box and electrical wiring to unit. New condensate drain with a ez trap wired in. Installed t4 stat. Tested unit in all modes and unit is working great .


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

No ac found system off and fan on, when approaching indoor unit, fan was not running but thermostat was set to fan on, check blower operation and works ok, found control board relay intermittent not closing based on demand, also check refrigerant charge dueling toddy’s visit and found system to be slightly low on 410a with 7 sub cooling day plate calls for 11 degree, check temp split supply 63 rerun air 77 emailed proposal part takes 2 to 3 days


Christopher B.

Christopher B. Job Checkin

Service call that there was water leaking from the Air Handler. Upon arrival found water stain on ceiling below where the Air Handler sits. Proceeded to the Attic to diagnose. After testing system and pouring water through the Coil Drain Pan, found a leak coming from the drain line fitting. Removed drain line fitting and found the actual connection at the drain pan was cracked. Installed a new fitting with glue and then silicone sealed around the connection. This is part of the coil drain pan and may continue to leak. There is no guarantee that the this repair will work. System is in poor condition and needs to be replaced and water safety devices installed with the new system.


Kurt M.

Kurt M. Job Checkin

Found that amana heat pump system installed 1 year ago locked out on an 04 error code. Found air handler board on a c2 status for cooling but nothing running. Call amana tech support since system is newer to go over what I was finding. He suggested to test the capacitor, capacitor was a 45 mf cap, testers at 45.15 mf. Checked over electrical wiring going to compressor, no burned wires. 04 code is a locked rotor code. After talking to tech support he said this code can also happen when you have a low incoming power for a short amount of time which outdoor board can see a spike in amp draw and lock out system on this code. Reset board and found heat pump amp draw to be 13.1 amps ( within range) voltage right now is 243 volt. Refrigerant pressures were 272/121 with 6 degrees of subcooling. System seems to be working fine at time of service. Told homeowner to let us know if problem would persists.


Brian B.

Brian B. Job Checkin

Performed cooling maintenance, checked media filter, will need to be replaced in the fall. Shut off humidifier. Cleaned condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.


Joseph D.

Joseph D. Job Checkin

Returned to site to inspect Indoor Coil and determine reason for leak. Opened Cased Coil Cabinet and inspected coil. Coil was not pitched towards the Drain causing water to collect on the back side of the pan and overflow. Elevated coil to pitch towards the drain line. Filled drain pan multiple times to ensure it was flowing properly. Resealed cased coil and put system in operation. While onsite, noticed the Drain Pan for the water heater was filled. We had been on site previously for this issue and had recommended a new Water Heater and installation of a pressure reducing valve. Included previous estimate for these repairs.


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok replaced filter test pump ok check temp split, blower wheels is clean, found thermostat not working correctly uses 3 heat 2 cool heat pump quoted for new t10 and customer ok, check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures capacitor and contactor ok cycle unit ok we need to comeback to install new thermostat 6-30-20 Luis, installed new t10 thermostat added sensor to unit and cycle heat pump ok helped customer set up WiFi and how to connect thermostat and app customer met ok with thermostat


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Water leak found water around and inside furnace cabinet, check drain ok found water dripping fro, evaporator coil pan, pan is not draining the water, might have cracked, new pan is needed, coil is uncashed coil, wrapped with sheet metal around coil, we will get back to customer with proposal 21 1/2 wide by 20 1/4 depth, 20 height


Brian B.

Brian B. Job Checkin

Checked no cooling complaint, indoor coil was icing up. Checked air filter, started air conditioner. Checked refrigerant charge, found low on charge. Topped off refrigerant charge and balanced by superheat. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil.


Paul W.

Paul W. Job Checkin

Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new leveled pad, disconnect, whip, line set, and Amana condenser. Brazed in line set with nitrogen. Connected high volt and low volt connections and sealed holes. Installed new Amana gas furnace and evaporator coil and brazed in line set with nitrogen. Pressure tested to 300 and evacuated down to 115 microns. Reconnected return , plenum, and sealed all connections. Installed new switch and receptacle and wired in high volt. Installed new ez trap and condensate pump and wired safety’s to break r. Reconnected gas line and leak checked. Installed new vinyl to discharge. Ran new flu piping to tee. Tested system in heat and adjusted gas pressures and performed combustion test. Tested system in cool and adjusted refrigerant charge. Tested condensate pump. System working great at time of install.


Brian B.

Brian B. Job Checkin

Performed cooling maintenance, checked media air filter. Cleaned condensate drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.


Brian B.

Brian B. Job Checkin

Checked humidity in the home, measured between 46 and 48% rh. This agrees with the thermostat.


Brian B.

Brian B. Job Checkin

Performed 6 month quality check, checked media air filter. Checked furnace setup. Tested water safety. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil.