Chris took good care of my equipment, focusing on a couple things of items that might be a problem down the road. Meets my expectations…every time!
Chris checked our unit, cleaned our air conditioner, and changed our filters.
Excellent job as usual
Punctual, professional and fixed the issue.
Everyone at Interstate has been courteous and professional. Chris is no exception. He was meticulous in doing his job and I have complete confidence in his work and in Interstate Heating and Air. Highly recommend them to anyone.
Red club fall tune furnace up on 80% Comfort Maker split system. Changed filters for customer, and checked system over. Inspected evaporator coil, blower, blower capacitor, heat exchanger and cleaned flame sensor. Checked and cleaned debris buildup from flue. Cycled system on and checked gas pressure, carbon monoxide levels, delta t from return to supply plenum and amp draws in blower and inducer motor. System is running within manufacturer specs. Helped customer set up Nest thermostat application on mobile device and set min/max settings to 68 degrees for low and 76 degrees for high.
Blue shield fall service. Blower motor run capacitor checked good, motor and wheel are clean, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switches (2), checked good, all limits and safeties checked good, manifold pressure at 3.5 in wc, within mfg specs, air temperature rise was 50 deg, within mfg specs. Tested system operation with tstat, system operating normally. Checked for carbon monoxide, none found. 0 ppm.
Arrived on 19 October for a full tuneup system is brand new put in earlier this year. Check gas pressure it was at 3.5 inches of water column checked temperature rise and had a temperature as a 25 manufacture specifications stays between 25 and 65 checked flame sensor and induce draft motor Hot surface igniter he exchanger and flu pipe everythingâ€˜s within manufacture specifications at this time and change filters and customers house. Thank you for your business Chris.
Arrived on 15 October to conduct fall tuneups times three Blue Shield member.Started with the upstairs furnace had to adjust the gas pressure it was 5 inches water column and brought it down to 3.452 inches of water column removed cleaned and replaced flame sensor after cleaning it was at 4 DC millivolts. On the upstairs had to hand start the inducer motor it was locked up recommend replace the inducer motor. Also inspected heat exchanger on the upstairs and tested hot surface igniter checked all electrical circuits on system everything else on the system is within manufacture specifications as well as heat rise.Living room furnace gas pressure first fired up was over 4 inches of water column reduced it down to 3.504 inches of water column cleaned and reinstalled is currently running at 3.9 BC millivolts Tested hot surface igniter inspected heat exchanger temperature rose is at 36Â° manufacture specifications 30 to 60Â° living room furnace is running at manufacture specifications. Mast
Arrived on 15 October for a fall tuneup silver club change filters in customers unit removed cleaned and reinstalled flame sensor ohmed Hot surface igniter tested gas pressure took a temperature rise in at 42Â° temperature rise and manufacture specifications states between 40 and 70. Heat exchanger was inspected tested induced raft motor specked it flue. Everythingâ€˜s within manufacture specifications.
Arrived on 15 October for a full tuneup blue club change filters in the house upon section of the unit noticed that the union had a small gas leak was able to take the union apart clean the meeting surface reinstalled retested with soap bubbles no leak was present. Inform the customer of a previous condition of the unit was a collector box threads were damaged upon install it is not leaking at this time but wanted to reiterate the potential failure points. Cannot check gas pressure on gas valve due to stripped service port informed customer of this checked heat rise flame sensor all electrical components it is currently running at manufacture specifications at this time. Customers complaint was last winter that his 90% furnace froze up due to cold conditions previously gave customer estimate to install heat tape customer does not want to do it at this time. Thank you for your business Chris.
I inspected a 2 ton air handler and heat pump for replacement. The owners will be responsible for contacting the neighbors about removing their fence and gaining access to get the units into and out of the back yard. The system will not be up to code if we install it in the same location with the same electrical set up. We will have to move the disconnect and add a condenser pad and pump ups to bring the system up to code. We will be following up with the customer Friday after 2 Pm.
Arrived on site for fall tuneups times for inspected blowerâ€˜s here exchangers flame sensors hot surface igniterâ€™s gas pressure readings temperature rises expected limits pressure switches Indus motors Flues all these units are 90% furnaces check drains to ensure proper flow.
I arrived for a blue club member on a system that is having a noise issue and a water problem. I inspected the system and found the duct to not be insulated and sweating and dripping onto the dip ceiling. I also found the system to be stopped up in much the same condition as it was when we first cleaned the system. The blower wheel is getting stopped up with dust and heavy debris causing the wheel to become unbalanced and cause the system to vibrate. I recommend to clean the evaporator coil and blower wheel at this time. They are going to try and change their product and have us clean the system after their product change. Then we will proceed with the systems normal maintenance to keep the systems running properly.
Came out to a call for an AC not cooling properly. I checked system over and found it completely frozen over all the way out to the AC unit. It has 2-3â€ of Ice on the compressor. Told customer I wouldnâ€™t be able to do anything about the unit today due to how much ice it has on it. The evaporator coil is a solid block of ice and the heater would trip on high limit due to lack of air flow. No one is in the home this weekend, so we scheduled to come back out Monday.Arrived on October 11 for a follow up on frozen system conducted minor leak search only found the net going to be fixed orifice where is the small leak on it and this was a combination of extremely dirty air filter in a small leak customer topped off after we check no leaks system is working as it should after adding 1 pound of 410 A
Arrived on 11 August for fall tuneups times three inspected all evaporators he exchangers induced draft motor flame sensors hot surface igniterâ€˜s tested humidifiers both humidifiers are not working at this time customers think about replacing them.Induced draft motor on the southside has a bearing going out gave customer an estimate for replacement but also just thinking about replacing that system tested gas pressure temperature rise customer changes on filters the upstairs unit flu does not have enough clearance around it customers gonna get a roofer to fix the issue the drain for the main system that goes into the slab is overflowing customers going to get a plumber to fix that issue. Thank you for your business Chris.
On October 9, 2021 I arrive to a silver club member for a full tuneup upon arrival I greeted the customer I then went to the furnace in the attic I did amp drawls on the blower motor and the inducer motor and then pulled and cleaned the flame sensor then amp draw on the hot surface igniter and check the gas pressure everythingâ€™s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike t
Arrived on 7 October for a full tuneup inspected blower hot surface igniter flame sensor induce draft motor flu pipe change filters in the house customer provided took temperature rise and gas pressure was within manufacture specifications.
Dryer vent cleaning attic discharge, inspected dryer vent in attic and it is making a fairly straight run, ran spinning brush from below with 5 passes and shop vacced out about 5 gallons of dryer lint. Cleaned dryer exhaust in unit by hand up to the impeller, cleaned surrounding area and back of dryer with shop vac. Verified dryer exhaust is clear with inspection camera. Set everything back in place and verified proper dryer function.
Arrived on 7 October for two full tuneupâ€™s Blue Shield checked hot surface igniterâ€˜s on both units flame sensors blowers induce motors check heat rise on both units I was within manufacture specifications change filters customer provided filters does not like our filters also checked gas pressures on both units.