Isaac is very knowledgeable and explains things in a manner where everyone can understand!
Another good job.
Tyler did a great job servicing our AC! Thank you!!
Couldn't have ask for better service.
Kianoosh and Jerimiah did a great job on spraying insulation into my attic. I'm very pleased.
Kianoosh was great. He explained everything in detail. Work was done in manner described and Kianoosh cleaned up everything before he left.
Great service, provides enough detail and very timely
Excellent Service, Average price, will recommend to friends.
Jason was very polite and professional. Great asset to your company.
Came in for a quote, was very informative, very friendly 👍
The experience was great and was courteous and professional
Great job. Professional work attitude. Knowledgeable.
I arrived for a previous customer no cool call. I spoke with the homeowner and found that the tenant will meet me at the house. When I arrived I inspected the system and found the condensers capacitor had failed. I made it aware to the homeowner that I can replace it and check the systems operation. The homeowner agreed and I replaced the component. I checked the systems refrigerant and and amp draws and found the system running at this time.
I arrived for a new customer no cool call. I spoke with the homeowner and found that the outdoor system will not run. I inspected the system and found that the condenser fan motor has locked up. I recommended for me to replace the motor and the homeowner agreed. The old motor was a 1/10th HP and the now motor is a 1/6th HP. Both motors are the 42Y frame pancake style motor. I replaced the motor and cleaned the condenser coil. I checked the systems refrigerant charge and found the system to be working to its best abilities. This system is getting in poor shape due to age and lack of maintenance. There is a one year warranty on the motor only.
Came out to call for AC unit not working. Customer stated that we were out recently to fix an issue with the unit this month and it worked until recently again. I checked the system over and found the unit tripped on high limit. Washed the condenser coil thoroughly. Rechecked system operation and found condenser fan motor seeming to struggle. Units lineset size is a little undersized as well. Told customer that I could replace the fan motor, but the lineset poses an issue with system performance as well. Customer would like to replace fan motor and see how unit does. I will need to get part from manufacturer as it is a 1/10hp motor. 8/5/2022 Came back out to customers home to replace the condenser fan motor. Disconnected power and pulled existing motor from system. Installed new OEM motor and wired fan motor into existing controls and capacitor. We replaced the capacitor recently, so I gave customer a discount on motor repair since the repair comes with a new capacitor. I cycled syste
Ray F 8/1/22. Arrived to a previous customer no cool service call and the customer met me out front. I introduced myself and asked what ac problems she was having. She informed me where the equipment was located and that the ac started blowing warm air last evening. We inspected the air conditioner together and found the 40/5 dual run capacitor to be reading 4.7/4.8. Condenser coils are dirty. Wiring, contactor and capacitor in good condition. Quoted customer pricing for a new capacitor as well as our preventative maintenance plan. She declined the maintenance program but approved the capacitor. Installed a new run capacitor and cleaned the condenser coils. Refrigerant levels are normal. Condenser fan motor and compressor amps ok. Did not inspect the rest of the system as the customer was in a rush. System cooling at this time. Thank you for your business.
No cool. Evaluated system and found blower motor to be bad. With homeowner approval I replaced blower motor and cap. Checked operation. System is operating normally
Ray F. 7/25/22. Arrived to a blue customer service call and the customer met me at the front door. I introduced myself and asked what ac issues she was having today. She stated there was a strange noise coming from near the furnace. We inspected the furnace and evaporator coil and the noise is coming from the evaporator near the metering device. Sounds of refrigerant cycling through the system. Evaporator coil is clean and free of obstructions. Blower motor is clean and no obstructions present. Inspected condenser and fo7nd refrigerant levels normal. Compressor and condenser fan motor amps ok. Contactor, wiring and disconnect in good condition. Cleaned condenser coils. System is cooling at this time. Thank you for your business.
I arrived for a no cool call. I inspected the system and found that the condenser fan motor has failed. I made this aware to the homeowner and we decided to replace the motor vs getting pricing on a new system. I removed the old motor and had to track down a motor with the correct mounting brackets for this systems set up. Once I had the correct motor I replace the motor and capacitor and checked the systems operation. I found the amps to be correct and the refrigerator charge to be within normal range at this time. Tho it was a little on the high side due to the indoor temperature and outdoor temperature to be hotter at this time.
09JUL2022 Jason B Arrived for noise issue. Spoke with homeowner about the systems performance. It’s been off and on making a much louder noise , of course it’s not now. Looking at the cleanliness of the AC we decided to go ahead and turn this into a tune up. Checked both stats for proper mounting, operation and batteries. Cycled systems into cooling. Inspected coils, blower cabinets, motors and capacitors. Inspected filters, compressors, fans and electrical connections/ components at the AC. Washed condenser coils. Found run cap out at back air handler, and drain clogged up. With customer permission I replaced the run cap and cleaned out the drain line. Buttoned everything up and cycled systems back on. Both systems are cooling properly at this time. Left pamphlets on maintenance plans. It was great to meet y’all!
Ray F. 7/7/22 Arrived to previous club member no cool service call and the customer greeted me at the front door. I introduced myself and asked what ac issues he was experiencing. He informed me that he had air from the vents, but not cold air and he showed me where the thermostat and hvac equipment was located. I ensured the thermostat was on cooling mode and proceeded to inspect the condenser. Found the fan motor running, not no compressor. 45/5 dual run capacitor out. Quoted customer pricing to replace and he agreed. Replaced capacitor and inspected system operations. Found compressor and condenser fan motor amps ok, refrigerant charge normal, contactor, wiring and disconnect in good condition. Cleaned condenser coils. Recommend routine maintenance of hvac system. System cooling at this time. Thank you for your business.
Arrived for a no cool. Evaluated system and found compressor side of dual run capacitor to be bad. With approval I replaced dual run capacitor. Washed condenser coil and checked operation. All amps and pressures are good. System is operating normally.
Came out to give estimate for replacement of a Carrier Ptac Unit. System is a 12,000 BTU heat pump, and wall mounted. Quoted replacement with grill, sleeve and plug included.
I arrived for a new customer no cool call. I spoke with the homeowner and found that the system will cool but it on a day over 100 deg. I inspected the indoor system first and found it to be hanging from strap that has been mounted to the evaporator coil door and this makes it non accessible. I inspected the outdoor system and found it to be a R22 1996 module. I found the temperature drop across the evaporator coil to be 12/17 deg. I also found the head pressure on the condenser to be running above 300 psi and the suction pressure to be running above 100 psi. This systems compressor has a leaking bypass valve or the refrigerant has non condenseabls. I went over all options with the homeowner and explained that trying to get this system cooling could be costly. We discussed new systems and he is going to talk to his partner on what they want to go with. If you have any questions please contact me and I will be happy to help you in anyway possible. Jake Kring.
I arrived for a new customer no cool call. I spoke with the homeowner and for that the outdoor system will not come on at all. I inspected the system with the homeowner and found the condenser coils to be completely stopped up and the manual high pressure switch was tripped. I disassembled the condenser and completely cleaned the system. I then reassembled the system and reset the high pressure switch. Once the system was clean and dried out I checked the system refrigerant charge and temperature drop across the evaporator coil. I do the DT to be 9.8 deg and the system to be running a little low on refrigerant charge. This system uses R22. I made this aware to the homeowner and explained that I need to preform a leak search on the system to find where it’s leaking from. I explained all three levels of leak searches and the homeowner decided to just add one pound of refrigerant to the system due to the charge being slightly out of charge. I added one pound of R22 and set the superheat t
No cool. System is 1yr old. Straight cool with heat strips. Found low voltage wiring at condensing unit shorting against cabinet, repaired wiring and replaced 3A fuse. Checked operation. All amps and pressures are good. Non txv system. Superheat was 10.4 degrees. Suggested to homeowner that Jake or Isaac come out and evaluate duct work to ensure proper sizing. Return is a little small. 2 ton system, 1000 sq ft house
This is an estimate for replacing an existing furnace and AC unit with a 2 Ton 16 Seer Carrier AC and new furnace We will be using the existing evaporator coil on this estimate and will need to flush the lineset and coil Includes: 16 seer 2 ton AC 3 ton drive 80% furnace Leveling out ground and laying new condenser pad for the outdoor unit to be set on Fresh air intakes for the closet space Reinsulate the refrigerant line on the outside of the home Warranties: 10 year parts 10 year coil 10 year compressor 20 year heat exchanger 1 year labor