Very professional, love your company is practicing social distancing until this is over.
Interstate provides excellent customer service. Tech are polite, courteous and qualified.
Very professional and friendly.
Very happy with the service!
So glad to have this done. Air ducts are clean and breathing will better.
Patrick came to do my contacted biannual service maintenance; he was great; arrived on time, went right to work and performed all the checks in no time; informed me I should have a surge protector on the system; good price, installed in less than 10 minutes; perfect in every way
We called, and Interstate was there the same day to clean our ducts. They were professional.
Came out to do maintenance on Trane AC. Customer said system wasnâ€™t cooling properly and was freezing up. She already changed the filter in home. I checked the condenser over and found system low on refrigerant. I discussed with customer about what I found. They are moving and just wanted to get it cooling properly. I added .9lbs of R22 to get systems superheat back in range. I then proceeded with checking all the components to ensure system is operating properly. Cleaned condenser coil thoroughly. Evaporator coil is old and in rough shape, so I recommended replacement in the near future.
Came out to call. Customer said newer Carrier system wasnâ€™t cooling. Outside unit wasnâ€™t coming on properly. I checked system over and found the capacitor out of tolerance. Discussed with customer about repair needed and pricing. I explained what may have caused the issue with it being in an I closed area on the hottest side of the house. Routine maintenance will help keep system running like it should. Customer had me replace capacitor. He already rinsed his condenser out. Checked amps of system and temperatures. System is cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
I came out for a blue plan ac maintenance. I washed the condenser coil. I changed their fI,tears. I checked the blower, evap coil, drain, capacitors, contactor, start kit and all wiring. I cycled the ac, from the thermostat, and checked all temps, amps and charge. All working properly.
Performed preventative maintenance on 2 AC System. Inspected blower assembly, electrical components, coil, drains, and overall condition of both the Goodman System and Carrier system. Changed out air ranger filter for customer. Cleaned condenser coils thoroughly. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, capacitors, contactors, compressors, fan motors, amps, temperatures and pressures of both condensers. Both systems are cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
I arrived for a non member no cool call. I first inspected the indoor system and found the low voltage fuse to have been blown. I inspected the condenser and found the thermostat wire to have been shorted on the lineset. I recommend to replace a section of wire and to replace the low voltage fuse. The homeowners agreed to the repair and we decided to sign up on a blue club plan. I cleaned the condenser and checked all electrical components and amp draws. I found no further issues at this time.
Silver club spring ac tune up. Carrier coil and furnace, Goodman condensing unit. Asked about hot and cold spots. Washed condenser thoroughly. Checked dual capacitor and hard start kit. Both surge protectors working well. System charged with R22. Checked blower assembly and evap coil. Checked condensate line and float switch. Asked about hot water tank and if it needed to be drained. Cycled system on and checked amps, contactor, volts and refrigerant pressure via sub cool also checked outdoor delta t. System operating great at this time! After going over our services, customer would like to have us out to do the hot water tank flush and the dryer vent cleaning (Side discharge) with the next fall tune up. Attached estimate to this invoice.
Arrived to no cool service call performed system evaluation on York air conditioner. Found bad condenser fan motor. Spoke options with customer. Customer chose to replace motor and capacitor. Installed 1/4 hp 825 rpm condenser fan motor with 70/7.5 capacitor. Tested all amp draw it is in range. Refrigerant levels appear to be in range for current temperatures. Condenser is clean. System is cooling at this time. 1yr motor warranty. Customer opted out of looking at inside unit due to coved concerns.
Arrived to no cool service call performed system evaluation. Test capacitor and motor amp draw. Test capacitor andCompressor amp draw. System getting older and showing signs of age however components are working and amp draw in range. Found system low on r22 spoke to customer. At this time customer chose to add refrigerant to unit. Charged unit with 2lbs r22 per customer request. Charge levels are in range. Due to age and condition of system can give no guarantees on refrigerant but system is cooling at this time. If system becomes low in near future new equipment may need be considered.
Spring Silver AC tune up visit on 2015 Carrier split system. Wash condenser thoroughly. Asked about filters and customer recently had them changed. Checked dual capacitor, and the compressor side is reading a little weak. Rated 45mfd reading 42.13 mfd. checked blower motor and evap coil. Recommend a pan treatment to help ensure proper water condensation flow. Checked drain pan, float switch and ensured system can make and drain water properly to drain. Verified that surge protector on furnace is working properly. Check outdoor delta t, refrigerant pressures, amp draws and volts. System operating well at this time. Talked about pan treatment and capacitor and customer declined at this time. Spoke with customer about our duct cleaning services, advanced filters and air cleaners and left some brochures behind to read up on getting better inside air quality.
I came out for a condensate leak on the upstairs system. I checked the system over and tested the drain. There is a clog in the P-trap. I vacuumed out the excess water in the drain, cut out the P-trap and vacuumed out the drain line in both directions. I poured more water down the drain to check if thereâ€™s any other clogs. The rest of the drain is clear. I reconnected the drain, without the P-trap because it isnâ€™t needed in that coil. I re-tested the drain with 2L of water. All working properly.
I came out for a silver ac maintenance. I washed the ac coil. I checked the filters. I checked the blower, drain, evap coil, capacitors, start kit, contactor and all wiring. I cycled the ac, from the thermostat, and checked all temps, amps and charge. All working well.
I came out for a silver ac maintenance. I washed the AC coil. I checked the filters, blower, evap coil, drain, capacitors, contactor and all wiring. I cycled the ac and checked all temps amps and charge. The return ducts are really undersized. There is 3-12â€ returns which equals 900cfm. The system needs 2000cfm. I recommended increasing and adding another return. The system is working at this time.
Perform two system blue SPP spring maintenance. One system is a 5 ton American standard split system. Cooling downstairs. One system is a Fujitsu 18k btu heat pump mini split cooling upstairs. Wash both condensers thoroughly. Asked about filters and will replace 2 14x30 and 1 12x24 filter with Blue SPP. Check compressor capacitor, blower wheels, evap coils and condensate lines. Noticed some signs of water buildup in condensate pan on main system in the past, but found no issues today. Cycled both systems on and checked amp draws. Checked refrigerant pressures and outdoor delta T. Both systems are operating great at this time.
Perform blue shield protection plan air conditioner maintenance. Washed condenser. Test all capacitors and motor amp draw. Test compressor amp draw it is slightly elevated but running pretty good at this time. Blower and evaporator are clean. Refrigerant levels are in range for current temperatures temperature. Changed filters. System is cooling at this time. Suggest surge protector to protect furnace electronics.
I arrived for a silver ac pm X2. I spoke with the homeowner and found no issues with the systems operation. I inspected the indoor systems located in the attic and found all electrical components to be worked per manufacture specifications. I inspect the condensers and found the coils to be stopped up. I cleaned both condensers coils out and checked the electrical components in the systems. I found the contactor on the upstairs system to start to blacken and pit. I also found this system to be running low on R-22. I suggested to have the system charged to get the system in properly working order. We decided to charge the system at this time. I added 11oz or refegerant to get this system. I found no major issues with the downstairs system at this time.