Excellent service! Knowledgeable and fast
Jason took great care of us, very happy with his service.
Blue shield club heating maintenance. Joe(JC)Ritchal 11/28/2023 Performed full system evaluation and safety inspection. I arrive from the customers annual fall service. The customer didn’t have any questions but said that we would not be able to get to the furnace due to a broken brace in the attic. He did not want us attempting to go across state. We will continue with the maintenance whenever the customer has us out again.
Came out to call for a no cool on a system from 1999. Customer stated that we had serviced it a few months ago and was running okay until today. Customer noticed that the temperature in the home was rising, and the outside unit was operating. I checked the system over and found the contactor was deteriorated on one side. Asked customer about power surges or anything like that, and customer couldn’t recall anything recent. The contactor was in pretty rough shape and I couldn’t determine if it was due to surge or the heat. Discussed with customer about repair needed and also about the condition of the system. Customer wanted to get system operational, so I installed a new contactor in AC system and washed condenser coil. Told customer that we could turn it back on, so I can check operation and determine if anything else is damaged. Customer turned AC back on and unit cycled on with no issues. Amps, temperatures and pressures were still within range. I did make customer aware that he was
Sam J - derived for summer service on a blue club member. Customer explained that the pool down staircase to the attic is damaged in a way that it cannot be climbed on or moved. He suggested to not worry about the indoor unit unless there was an issue. Replaced all the filters while testing. The thermostat operation then began servicing the system. Shut the power off to the condensing unit and clean the coil and also check the capacitor. Capacitor was weak and had been replaced previously due to the fact that the fan and compressor capacitor’s had been separated overtime. Customer approved replacing the bad capacitor which I did. Powered up unit and check the start up amperage of the compressor and condenser fan motor as well as run load amperage. Attached gauges and temperature probes to calculate superheat and sub cooling values. System is charged an operating to the manufacturer specifications. Spoke with homeowner and advised him on the status of the system, including
21OCT2022 Jason B Arrived for fall tune up spoke with homeowner about the systems performance. Cycled system at the thermostat. Inspected coil, cabinets, burners, gas pressure, HSI, flame sensor, and all components at the furnace. Checked ductwork, heat exchanger, and C0 ppm. 0ppm CO ~15 min run time. Replaced filters blower cap 15/15 all amps within manufacture specs. This system is safe and ready for heating season. It was good catching up with you, we’ll see you in the spring!
17JUN2022 Jason B Arrived for new customer no cool. spoke with homeowner about the issue they donâ€™t know but itâ€™s just not cooling. Inspected system found 3 14x24 filters very dirty, and condenser coils plugged up. Evap coil is in okay shape. Cycled system at the thermostat and moved to AC. found AC tripped on thermals. With customer permission I changed all the filters with fresh customer provided filters. and washed the condenser coil. Reset thermal overload switch system is cooling properly at this time. We decided to go ahead and get this equipment on a maintenance plan. Please give us a call if you have any questions or issues in the future. It was great meeting you two!
Arrived with gas valve prior technician had diagnosed. Install gas valve. Leak checked pipe. Adjusted gas pressure to 3.45 w.c. Temperature rise in range. Performed silver club furnace maintenance. Capacitor and motor amp draw in range. Induced draft motor in range. Cleaned flame sensor and tested ignitor. Cycled unit multiple times to insure that all safeties are working and unit running as designed. Replace batteries to thermostat. Found water on top of furnace flue was leaking due to some issues with prior service call I sealed flashing at no charge to customer. System is heating at this time. Customer had 25.00 gift card I applied towards balance.
I arrive for a silver membership no cool call. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that they have turned the system off day before when they were not home. I first inspected the condenser and checked all electric components in the system. I then inspect the indoor system located in the attic of the the masters bedroom. I inspected the evaporator and all electrical components in the furnace. I checked the system temperature drop across the furnaces and evaporator coil. I check the systems refegerant charge and found the system to be running at 9.8deg superheat and the system called for 10 deg superheat. I cycled the system on and off and found no issues with this system at this time. I do recommend to add or increase the return duct to help recirculate air in that section on the home. I recommend to give the systems some time to cool the masters bedroom area down. I found no issues with this system at this time. If you have any problems please contact us and we will be right out
I arrived for a non member no cool call. I first inspected the system located in the garage closet and found the system to be running properly. I inspected the condenser and found the coils to be compressor stopped up. I checked all electrical components and found no issues. I check the system refrigerant charge and found the the system to be running low on R410A. I recommend to preform a leak search to find the leak and see what we needed to do to fix the leaking area or component. The homeowner declined to just add what refegerant was was necessary to get the system running properly. I cleaned and added 5LBS 2OZ of R410A to the system and set the systems subcooling at 12 deg. I told the homeowner that they will have this problem again if the leak is not found and fixed. This system is running to the best of its abilities at this time.
Repair the comfort maker system by replacing the dual run capacitor
Move trane AC and install air conditioner pad
Gave estimate o install a pad under a trane AC
Duct cleaning and return duct repair.
Replace capacitor and tested all components to trane furnace
Estimate to replace 3 ton system. Standard AC and ductless mini split estimate
Heater tune up