Technician was very professional and courteous. Provided detailed explanation of services
Thank you for educating us and giving us good options. Thanks for the great service.
My answer will always be the same, excellent service no matter who may come! All of your employees are, very courteous and knowledgeable!
Brandon was the technician who checked my heating unit for maintenance yearly. He did a great job , was prompt, knowledgeable and professional.
Knows his service
Issac filled me in on current and past status. Answered my questions in full. Discussed what would be looked at in the spring. Gave a good summary of what he looked at. Very professional. Thanks Issac.
No nonsense answered all questions got job done
Replace ductwork with correct sized ducts and metal plenum
Blue shield protection plan summer AC tune up. Asked about filters and how home has been cooling. Changed filters, which had become pretty plugged up, tested thermostat function and home has been cooling well. Washed Lennox condenser thoroughly, there has been a lot of home building in the neighborhood and the coils were backed up with dirt from it blowing in the air. Checked contactor and dual capacitor. Dual cap fan side is reading slightly low at 4.5 out of 5 mfd. checked blower, blower wheel, evap coil, and drain line. Primary drain line is clear at this time with no recent signs of water backing up into pan. Checked amp draws inside delta t and refrigerant pressure. System is running well at this time. Spoke with customer about the fan side capacitor and they want to wait until next ac tune up to possibly have it replaced.
Performed preventative maintenance on 2 American Standard AC Systems. Inspected the blower assemblies, electrical components, evaporator coils, drains, and overall condition and operation of equipment in attic. Upstairs blower capacitor is below 10% of the value 5.6/7.5 I recommend it be replaced before it goes out. Cleaned condenser coils thoroughly. Checked and tested thermostat operation, wiring, capacitor, contactor, compressor, fan motor, amps, temperatures and pressures of condensers. Both AC systems are cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
Silver club summer AC tune up. Checked filter and it was recently changed. Checked thermostat and batteries need to be changed, customer supplied batteries. Asked how home is cooling and it has been doing great. Washed condenser, checked contactor and dual capacitor. Checked blower, evap coil, drain line, float switch and plenums. Return plenum has some construction dust, possibly from tile work. Recommend having air ducts cleaned at some point. Cycled system on and checked amps, volts and refrigerant charge. Checked inside and outside delta temps and AC system is running great!
Made adjustments to charge and txv. Used less restrictive filter. Will leave ticket open for now
I arrived for noise issue within 30 days of a time up. I cycled the system on in all modes. Blower motor to on from auto, ac mode, heat mode first stage and heat mode second stage. I checked all electrical components and wheel balance on both the blower motor and induce motor. I cycled the system on from the control board and from the normal operation of the thermostat and I couldnâ€™t get the system to mimic what the homeowner said it was doing. Are diagnostic/tune up is good for 30 days from your time up day. If you have any issues beyond that time frame we will be happy to help in anyway we can. As of now this system is running and operation properly in every mode at this time. Jake Kring.
I arrived for a blue member ac pm and a heat pm. I first inspected the furnace located in the attic and checked all electrical components and gas pressure. I found no issues with the heater at this time. I then inspected the evaporator coil and found it to be clean with no issues. I then cycled the ac on and checked the condenser. I found the condenser coil to be stopped up. I cleaned the condenser coil and checked all electrical components and the refrigerant charge. I found the capacitor on the condenser fan motor to be weak at this time. I also found the system to be running at 9 deg subcooling and the system calls for the system to be running at 15 deg subcooling. I recommend to have both issues addressed. We decided to wait till next summer to address the issues on the condenser. I noticed that they are running the blower motor constantly to help filter the air. I recommend to have UV - UV/Ozone air purification system installed alongside with a electrostatic filter to completely
Dual system Blue shield protectiion plans for fall maintenance. Both systems have 90% propane gas furnaces and heat pumps. Pulled all washable filters. Filter in upstairs sun deck is still. A pleated 12x12 and replaced. Washed out all filters and set in sun to dry. Downstairs; checked and cleaned flame sensor on American Standard. Opened blower cavity and checked capacitors. Checked and inspected drain and flue. Checked evaporator coil and float switch. Cycled system on and off between emergency heat to check propane and heat to check heat pump in reverse mode. Replaced gas cap after checking propane gas pressure. Heat pump fan motor capacitor reading low at 3.7/5 mfd, with customer permission I replaced it. Checked amp draws inside and outside at starting, high and low speeds. Replaced filters after they were dried. Upstairs; checked and cleaned flame sensor on Amana 90% gas furnace. Opened blower cavity and checked insulation. Checked and inspected drain and flue. Checked evapor
Performed preventative maintenance on 2 Lennox AC systems. Customer changed filters recently. I did a thorough inspection of the blower assemblies, electrical components, evaporator coils, drains, and overall condition and operation of equipment. Washed condenser coils thoroughly. Checked and tested thermostat operation, wiring, capacitor, contactor, compressor, fan motor, amps, temperatures and pressures of condensers. Both systems are cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
I arrived for a no cool call. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the system freezes up. I inspected the indoor system and found the evaporator coil to be covered in oil. I made this issue aware to the homeowner and we discussed what it would take to replace this evaporator coil with R-22 refrigerant. I recommended to have the condenser replaced with the evaporator coil to gain the benefits of the new system refrigerant and warranty. I gave the homeowner options on replacing the evaporator, replacement of the condenser with the evaporator and replacing the condenser, furnace and a free evaporator coil. The system will come with a 10 year warranty. If you have any questions please contact me. Jake Kring.
Performed preventative maintenance on 2 Goodman Furnaces. Customer changes filters regularly and changed them recently. Cleaned flame sensor and brushed dust off the components. I inspected the blower assemblies, electrical components, heat exchangers, flame sensors, ignitor, burners, evaporator coils, heating drains, and overall condition and operation of equipment. Checked and tested thermostat operation, wiring, safety switches, pressure switches, amps, temperature rise and gas pressure. Downstairs inducer motor is making a whining noise on start up, but goes away after furnace ignites. The amps are within range 2.9/3.7 and continued to stay between 2.9 and 3.1 throughout the duration that the heater was one. Overall both systems are heating properly within manufactured specifications.
Cleaned floor furnace. Made sur pilot was lit. Cycled floor furnace. System is heating at this time. Washed floor furnace grill.
I arrived for a silver member fall maintenance. I first inspected the filters and found both filters to be dirty. I replaced with ones the homeowner provided. I then inspected the furnace and found the system to be in the same condition as last service. I cycled the furnace on and checked all electrical components gas pressures and temperature rise. I found two leaks in the gas line at the furnace. I made the homeowner aware of this issue and and we decided to reface and pipe dope both components. I repaired both leaks and rechecked the gas line. I found no other issues at this time.
Silver club fall furnace tune up on 2018 Carrier furnace. Asked customer about filter and how unit has worked this summer and filter needs to be replaced, but unit has been working great. Checked and cleaned flame sensor. Cycled system on for preliminary check to test order of operation. Checked flue, evaporator coil, blower and drain. Checked thermostat connections and found heating and cooling lead wires from thermostat to w and y to be loose, so I tightened them down. Cycled system in again and tested blower motor, inducer motor and gas pressure. Replaced gas cap. Checked temperature rise. System is operating well for winter time.
Silver club jewel tuneup for heating and cooling system on 2008 American Standard equipment. The filter needs to be changed, will come back on Monday, 9/21/20 to replace 4x16x25 filter. Left a 1â€ filter in place for the weekend. Washed condenser. Checked capacitors. Checked flame sensor, flue, contactor, evap coil and blower. Cleaned flame sensor and crossover points. Cleaned out blower cabinet. Cycled system in cooling and heating. Checked inside delta temps, and heat rise. Checked outside delta temps and refrigerant charge. System is working well at this time. Arrived Monday, 9/21/2020 and replaced fresh 16x25x1 filter. Customer would like to be direct billed for filter.