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.
Isaac was super friendly and informative! Would highly recommend.
No nonsense answered all questions got job done
Brandon was very knowledgeable and professional. He diagnosed the problem and had it fixed in a couple of hours. I'll use this service again if needed.
Jake provided excellent customer service and educated me on my options and cooling system. Thank you!
Customer stopped me at door and canceled found it was a plumbing issue not hvac
Arrived on September 6 for an air condition no cool found that the contactor had a loud buzzing sound customer was concerned about it she authorized replacement of with new contactor. Check capacitor on unit it was rated at 40/5 and it was running at 40/5.1 check charge on unit 10Â° of superheat with 8Â° sub cooling. Compressor had 8.6 A and condenser fan motor had 1.1 A also as a customer sheâ€™s in need of a maintenance as the system is fairly dirty but did not want to do it at this time.
On August 30, 2021 I arrive to a new customer nonmember upon arrival I greeted the customer and then turn the thermostat on to see what the system was doing the blower kicked on And started running and went to the air conditioner guy and it wouldnâ€™t do anything pull the disconnect checked voltage at the disconnect had 238 V I then checked voltage at the contactor had 238 at the bottom of the contactor and nothing on top pull the contactor off after testing it several times and show the customer what was going on let him know that he needs a new contactor is it OK to get it put on put the new one installed check the capacitor is a 45 five reading 45 five weâ€™re all back together disconnect in the unit fired up did amp drawls units: 13 A per leg check the charge The unit has 8Â° sub cooling everything â€˜s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
25AUG2021 Jason B Arrived for spring tune up, and spoke with Janice about the systems performance. Cycled system on at thermostat. Inspected coil, blower cabinet, motor and all electrical components at the furnace. Inspected pressures, capacitors, fan, and compressor. Washed out condenser coils. Cycled system back on. Changed customer supplied filters. Found capacitor out of specs at 38/45 and 3.8/5 we decided not to replace it today. Iâ€™m leaving attaching an estimate for the capacitor replacement.
Our shield plan summer AC tune up. Asked customer about how air ducts have been since last cleaning and how home has been cooling this summer. Everything has been doing good. Washed condenser thoroughly, checked capacitor and cleaned cobwebs from contactor. Replaced 14x25 filter included with blue spp. Checked evaporator coil, drain and blower. Cycled system on and checked electrical, delta t and refrigerant charge. System is cooling well at this time.
White shield summer service x2. Downstairs system- blower motor is ECM, no capacitor required, blower motor and wheel are clean, condensate drain is clear. Washed condenser coil compressor capacitor is good, condenser fan motor capacitor was weak, replaced capacitor. Checked operation and found system low on R-22. Added 28oz R-22. All amps and pressures are good. Upstairs system- blower motor run capacitor is good, blower motor and wheel are clean, condensate drain is clear. Washed condenser coil, dual run capacitor is good, contactors are good. Checked operation, all amps and pressures are good. Both systems operating normally.
Came out to call for a major condensation issue. Customer has a water leak coming from the furnace closet. After inspection I found the condensation line is ran into a 3/4 copper line and it is plugged up. Customer already tried to clean it out and said there was a lot of build up in it. Told customer they have a couple options. They can have a plumber out to try and clear the line, or run a condensation pump with a new water line and run it into the washer drain. Customer opted to do the condensation pump. We will be out Monday to install it. Came out to install the new condensation pump. Disconnected old pvc drain line and capped it. Ran the new pump line into the attic and across into the washer drain inlet. Wired in the condensation pump and ran the drain line to it. Tested pump to ensure everything was working. System is draining properly.
Blue shield summer service. Blower motor is ECM, no capacitor required, blower motor and wheel are clean, indoor coil is clean, condensate drain line is clear. Washed condenser coil, dual run cap is good, contactor points are starting to burn and become pitted, recommended replacement. Homeowner declined replacement at this time. Checked operation, all amps and pressures are good. System operating normally. Homeowner has 14x24x4 filter, suggested they acquire filter.
On Friday, August 6, 2021 I arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival I greeted the customer stated that the unit wasnâ€™t kicking on I checked the thermostat it was calling for cooling went to the furnace opened up the main panel the light was solid checked the float switch it was full of water causing the float to lift and shut the system off I opened up the drain line blew everything out ran three bottles of water through the drain to verify it was clearEverything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
On July 30, 2021 I arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival agree to the customer and then changed the UV bulb I wore no one gloves to make sure that no oil got on the boat self got it installed tested it showed the customer as well as took a picture Everythingâ€˜s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
On July 29, 2021 I arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival agree to the tenet and check the air conditioning did a delta T there was a 18Degrees delta T I took my thermal imaging gun and ran it to the ceiling there were some hot spots were the insulation is thin allowing a little bit of heat infiltration from the attic I informed the customer what was going on and she stated that sheâ€™ll address it when she can other than that everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Came out to give estimate for a full system replacement. Customer had some refrigerant added by us and the systems compressor failed the same day. Told customer I would take discount off the system what he paid initially. Quoted customer a Carrier 3 ton full system. Customer will talk it over with his wife on what they would like to do.
Came out to call for a system not cooling properly. Customer stated that the AC system wasnâ€™t operating, and the home was getting warm. He thought the lawn guy might have done something to the unit on accident. I checked system operation and found no signs of severe external damage. Some hail dents, but nothing major. System is from 98 and showing its age. Cycled system on and it came on with no problems. I did find the system low on refrigerant. Due to age and refrigerant the system uses, I do recommend customer look into replacement in the near future. Customer hasnâ€™t had any issues with the system until now. Customer wanted to charge system to get it cooling for now. I added 1.7lbs of R22 to get proper super heat of 20 degrees. System is now cooling properly at this time.
21JUL2021 Jason B Arrived for spring tune up, and spoke with Christine about the systems performance. Cycled system on at thermostat. Inspected coil, blower cabinet, motor and all electrical components at the furnace. Inspected pressures, capacitors, fan, and compressor. Washed out condenser coils. Cycled system back on. Changed filters.
I arrived for a while club maintenance noise issue. I inspected the system and found the condenser fan motor to be pulling high amps and running extremely hot. The motor will run and heat up then it will start making a loud squeaking noise and this will cause the motor to stop spinning and the system to stop cooling. I made this aware to the homeowner and we decided to replace the condenser fan motor and renew the blue club plan plan.