I arrived to inspect a red membership fall tune up. I first inspected the filter and replace the filter. I then inspect the system located in the attic and found the metal duct to be intact but the insulation around the duct has been torn apart from animals in the attic. I inspect the evaporator coil and found it to have small amount of debris on the evaporator coil. I cycled the heat on and found all components to be running properly at this time. I suggested to replace the filters more often to prevent the system from getting clogged up with debris. Overall this system is running to the best of its abilities at this time.
I arrived for a red member fall tune up. I first cycled the system on at the thermostat and checked the systems operation. I found the furnace to be running properly but the main control board has burnt spots and diodes that are discolored. I recommended to start planning on replacing this system due to the age of this system.
I arrived for a red membership ac pm. I inspect the system and found the evaporator coil to have been replaced. The new coil is install in the old coil box. The coil is to big for the coil box and the drain pan extends into the plenum. The plenum has been cut and the drain pan is sticking out of the front of the coil box and supply plenum. There is water overflowing into the secondary drain pan. Options to put a band-Aid on this is to put the horizontal system on a extended drain pan but this will only divert the water a different direction and not fix the coil issues. The coil would need to be replace in a coil box that it is made for for this to be corrected.