Very thorough. Checked the entire system from top to bottom and corrected problems as he found them. Explained everything, both positive and negative.
He listened and really helped us with questions and then put what we wanted into action!
Was very nice and thorough.
Very nice and informative.
Quick response, professional work. They helped identify a major design flaw with the system that was installed by the previous owner.
Being on program well worth it.
Adam our tech went above and beyond to get our AC running again. The whole team is very friendly and helpful.
Issac came and concord our Hvac problem.
On October 15, 2021 arrive to a Blue Shield customer for a fall tuneup I went to the thermostat turned it to emergency heat and then went to the air handler did amp draws on all the heat kits and the blower motor are there and checked all the ductwork measures are still tight and good to go after that I went to the condensing unit after tourney to regular heat did amp draws on the compressor and the fan motor checked the capacitor is good check the charge the charge is spot on unit code for 14Â° sub cooling it had 15Â° sub cooling I washed the unit everythingâ€˜s working properly at thisTime thank you for your business Mike T
On October 12, 2021 I arrive to a New customer nonmember upon arrival agreed the customer they stated that the unit sounds like heâ€™s doing something but thereâ€™s no air coming out I went up into the attic and checked the blower motor it was just humming check the capacitor capacitor was good I tried to spin the fan motor did not spin and it was extremely hot I inform the customer that the motor was bad called the distributor verify that the unit was still under manufacturer warranty it is covered until September 2022Explain that today will be just a labor call plus diagnostic installed the new motor that I picked up from the distributor tested it it is working like it should I did amp drawls itâ€™s pullin 4.7 A Everythingâ€™s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
On September 9, 2021 arrive to a new customer nonmember upon arrival I agree to the customer they stated that the indoor unit is blowing with the outdoor units not doing anything so I went to the thermostat make sure it was running I heard the blower going went to the condensing unit contactor is pulled in there was no voltage going to the unit pull the disconnect checked the fuses they were good check voltage at the disconnect no voltage went to the breaker the breaker was tripped and then reset the breaker went to the condensing unit check the compressor did continuity from the compressor windings to ground compressor windings to compressor windings and ohmed it as well When all those tested good I did amp drawls on the compressor as it was firing out compressor was pulling 14 hours upon fire up but the fan motor did not do anything checked capacitor 50/7.5=37/0 Change the capacitor the fan started up did amp draws on the fan motor and itâ€™s pulling 2.3 amp Everythingâ€™s working pr
All right September 5 for an air condition no cool found the system is froze up will have to return on the sixth to diagnose problem after it is unfrozen. returned September 6 found Streamley low on our 22 needs a leak search and repair recommend replace unit will leave an estimate for a leak search and repair with top off customer was not home to authorize the repairchris
Came out to call to discuss with customer about systems performance. Customer notices a difference in the rooms as far as air flow goes, but the master bedroom still struggles to stay comfortable at night. Customer keeps the door closed at night and has 2 dogs in there as well. Told customer that we would add a small return in the master bedroom, and a scoop in the plenum to help move the air more fluidly. We will come back Tuesday to make the adjustments. Added return in Master bedroom to draw air when the door is closed. Air will now be circulated when they close the door at night.
Blue Shield plan AC service. Spoke with customer and we will be cleaning and tuning up the upstairs system, as the downstairs system is serviced by another company. Asked about filters and how system has been cooling since we replaced a variable speed motor on the furnace. It has been doing well. Checked filters and changed with fresh 14x25x1 included with blue shield plan. Washed condenser and cleared area if spider webs. Checked fuses, capacitor and contactor. Cleaned contactor connection points and capacitor. Capacitor is reading 32.9/35 and 4.8/5 microfarads. This puts it in range, but just barely on the compressor side. Checked evaporator coil, drain line and blower. Cleaned built up dust off return grill and mildew buildup in drain line. Coil looks to be draining well at this time. Cycled system on and checked amps and delta t from return to bathroom supply. System is running in manufacturer specs at this time. Spoke with customer about changing filters more often, about every tw
Includes replacement of equipment Increasing return sizes Adding filter grills inside for filter change out Replace it 6â€ broken elbow in the kitchen area Strap up trunk line that is loose Vacuum debris out of vents Warranties: 10 year parts 10 year coils 10 year compressor 20 year heat exchanger 1 year labor
Silver Club summer AC service. Customer had our old 24v Germicidal lamp system that had given issues of blowing 24v fuse while connected to system, while it was still under warranty. Today we will upgrade the system to our replacement 24v whole house system. Inspected air handler voltage, evaporator coil and drain pan. Drain pan was keeping water at the blower end of the pan due to the pull from the blower unit, so I shimmed up the pan to slope the water back towards the drain. I cleaned the drain pan and air handler cabinet surfaces from microbial growth and retrofitted the new lamp to fit in the old lamp spot. Tested and verified proper voltage and function of the new lamp. The new lamp system has a 2 year warranty on the bulb, but does not have a labor warranty on it, since the warranty time since the old system was purchased has expired. If any work is done for this unit while under parts warranty, we will have to charge for the labor involved. Inspected dryer vent and sealed it p
Red SPP summer AC service, spoke with customer and they have had humidity issues this summer, leading to mildew buildup in home and on objects. Checked dryer vent and it does not need to be cleaned at this time. Went over tips on maintaining it though. Spoke with customer about mildew issues in coil, and explained the nature of air handlers, especially in hot attics. We will put in a UVC lamp today and work on the drainage from the unit and wipe out / clean evaporator coil from excessive mildew buildup. Customer changes filters every 2 weeks, so they are in great shape. Washed condenser, checked capacitor and contactor. Addressed drainage issues in attic, wiped out air handler cabinet, evaporator coil and used foaming cleaner in it as well. Added pan treatment to coil. The blower wheel has a fair amount of rusting from the excessive moisture, and has a slight warble to the spin in it. Adjusted the motor in the squirrel cage and it has much less of a warble. Cycled system in and made
On August 12, 2021 I ride to a silver club member for a spring tuneup upon arrival I greeted the customer and asked him to show me around went to the thermostat turn the unit on Wiles turn the thermostat on the customer stated that there was a vibration sound or a rattle so I sit there and listen and found that the picture on the wall was vibrating made adjustments to the picture and stop making noise I then went to the furnace and opened it up check the blower wheel it is clean check the motor did amp draws unit was pulling 4.5 A I checked the capacitor 10 ÂµF reading 10 ÂµF after which I open the evaporator coil checked it it was clean then I went to the condensing unit I checked the capacitors 70 ÂµF reading 69.9 ÂµF and a 10 ÂµF reading 9.9 ÂµF I then did amp draws on the compressor 13.5 A fan motor had 3.6 A I disassembled the unit washed it reassembled ran until it dried check the charge and the unit had 9Â° Superheat everything is working properly at this time thank you for your
This estimate includes full system replacement and level 1 standard duct cleaning
Came out to give estimate for replacement of existing system with a new system. Customer had issues with heating and cooling the back bedrooms. I inspected the ductwork and made recommendations that would help increase airflow and balance temperatures in home better. After discussing options customer was interested in the 3 1/2 Ton 16 Seer variable speed unit. Gave estimate based on what was discussed. Told customer that I can offer a free duct cleaning, or 10% off total price. Customer will discuss with significant other and look over their options.
I arrived for a blue member ac pm. I spoke with the homeowner and found that they replaced their own condenser fan motor and they are worried about the noise itâ€™s making. I inspect the work done to the condenser and found the condenser fan motor to be running at 1.6 amps and the motor started that it can run between 1.5-2.0 amps. The motor is noisy while itâ€™s running. I found the motor to be extremely hot to the touch and the bearings do not have any play from side to side at this time. I also found that the fan blade was installed to low on the shaft and itâ€™s so close to the condenser coil that it has nicked the condenser piping in the condenser. I strongly recommend for a experienced technician to replace the condenser fan motor. If the condition coil gets damaged and looses its chart he repair cost can be extensive due to the system using R-22 refrigerant and the task to repair the system. I also found the full to be running with no filter at this time. I cut a 20X30X1 filter
On July 22, 2021 arrive to the previous customer nonmember upon arrival agreed in the customer stated that the house wasnâ€™t cooling right went to the condenser checked it is pretty dirty when he rinsed it off check the charge unit was 1 pound low Freon inform the customer to go ahead and fill it up I checked amp drawâ€˜s and everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
05JUL2021 Jason B Arrived to non club no cool. Spoke with homeowners about systems performance and history. They mentioned they recently charged the system themselves in April and are aware they have a leak. They just want to get through this hot spell and address the leak later I am adding 2lb 3oz of 410a to get them cooling. I cannot guarantee systems charge as there is a known leak.