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.
As always very wonderful!!
On June 11, 2021 arrive to a silver club member for a new cool upon arrival agree to the customer Iâ€™ll check the thermostat and make sure is also calibrated with my temperature probe and then did a delta T had 8Â° I went to the Pack unit engaged up the TXV is lame shirt causing the unit to freeze up I took the bulb off the suction line and put it in my hand and On the compressor to see if it would open up and it did not I informed the customer what was going on and she said to go ahead and order the part and get her fixed up thank you for your business Mike T
On June 9, 2021 I arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival I greeted the customer and then went to the thermostat to turn the system on customer stated that the master bedroom what is the Ted bit warmer than the rest of the house I went to the master bedroom and checked the airflow had good airflow I climbed in the attic to check the furnace and blower and evaporator coal I grab the liquid line going into the evaporator coil and it was extremely hotI did my test an amp draws at the furnace take a peek at the coil I then went to the condenser and looked at the Hilgard seen that the condenser coil was 100% packed full of grass and dirt from yard clippings being blown into the condenser I shut the unit off I washed it thoroughly put it back together just to check the charge And found that the charge was just a little bit off I informed the customer and she agreed to go ahead and put refrigerant in it I added 1 pound of 410 a to the system I then shut the unit off check the com
I arrived for a non member no cool call. I first inspected the system and found the condenser to be stopped up and the capacitor was not readable. I also found the blowermotor motor and capacitor to be weak and dirty. I made this aware to the homeowner and we decided to to replace the capacitor on the condenser and not do any preventative repairs at this time. We also decided to sign up on a club maintenance plan at this time.
On April 27, 2021 I arrive to a new install upon arrival I checked thermostat on so that I could charge the system system had 14Â° sub cooling unit code for 13 with a 22Â° split in the attic everything is working properly at this time unit is charged up thank you for your business Mike T
Inspect rental property for duct cleaning. After inspection of ductwork, furnace, and attic access, found that the supply ducts are dirty and in need of cleaning and so are the returns. The supply going to the living room area has a small break in it in the attic that needs to be sealed and repaired. This break has allowed a lot of attic dust into the system and will require a level two cleaning. Also, The returns will need a level two cleaning due to the way they were designed. They are not filtered at their access points but filtered at the furnace inlet point. With homeowner approval, proceeded with recommended work. Layed drop sheets and removed supply vents and return grills. Cleaned with microfiber cloth and spinning brush. Cleaned supplies with 3-7 passes each and returns with 6 passes each. Reattached vents and grills and sprayed in disinfectant spray. Sealed damaged supply duct in 2 spots. Cleaned up excess debris and set thermostat controls back to tenant preferred settings.
I arrived for a humidifier issue. I spoke with the homeowner and the main problem was the satellite wall mount weather station stated that the indoor humidity was 55% humidity and the humidifier was set on 3 and was cycling on and off keeping the house at a higher than desired humidity. I inspect the system and check the humidity in the return air duct by the humidity controller and found it to be within 1% humidity between my tools readings and the humidifier controller. I then checked the humidity at the wall mount weather station and found it to be within 4.6% humidity between my tools and the humidity readings on the wall mount device. I also ohmed out the out door resistor and found it to be within the normal 1% readings from temperature to ohm readings. I recommended to set the humidistat at 2 and let it run less to decrease the amount of humidity in the home. Agin the main issue was the wall mount device readings were not the same as the humidistat readings at the system in the
Preformed heat pm on 4 ton hp zoned system checked amps on all motors and they where within spec compressor running 9.5 a of 20 capacitor read within spec and hp operation was correct customer changes filters regularlyðŸ˜ðŸ˜ the return air was correctly sized. The system is operating correctly at this time and our records show you are eligible for duct clean in one year. Discussed earlier recommendations and the customer is still considering them.
Came out to call. Customer stated that the system stopped working all of a sudden and was only blowing cold air. The heat pump wouldnâ€™t work, nor was the auxiliary heat. I checked system over and found a blown low voltage fuse. The last time this happened it was due to the 24 volt uv lamp. I checked the lamp and found it to be the culprit again. Iâ€™ve already replaced it under warranty before, but we have a newer model now. Told customer I would have to come back out to replace it under warranty again. Customer stated that itâ€™s not an emergency, and can be done on his next service.
Preformed fall service on variable speed heat pump checked amps on motors and elements they where good capacitor on compressor 28.8 of 30 customer informed me they have replace warranty capacitor a couple time the system is 6 years old. Tested operation of heat pump and took the top of and washed the coil the indoor coil was clean I asked customer if there where Rooms that were too hot or too cold or didnâ€™t get enough air in the customer said yes and then explain to him how static pressure works and expressed how the ductwork was incorrectly installed and why there was lacking air in places also found kinked of ducks and 4 splices with no support a.k.a. a ghost splice I found a 8 inch duct with a ghost splice into a 12 inch duct I recommend having all ductwork cut loose dampeners installed all ghost seams undone and correct splices put in turn the 8 inch duct into a 12 inch duct and re-run it seal up the Plenum where it goes to stop attic air from being sucked into the system to reat
Inspect home for duct cleaning. Spoke with tenant, and main issue was in the last several weeks the house had gotten very dusty and it was difficult to breathe. After investigating further I believe the issue was some workers had been in the attic to do some work on a shower installation, and had disturbed the insulation in the attic. The fine insulation particles were getting through large joints at the supply boot elbows and giving the tenant that gritty itchy feeling that they were dealing with. Recommend a level one cleaning on ductwork, seal those joints, clean supply vents and grills, wipe away loose popcorn texture, and spray and disinfectant spray. Went over details with homeowner and she approved recommended cleaning. Lea drop sheets were necessary, removed vents and grills. Cleaned out popcorn texture overspray in supply boots as best as possible. Sealed open joints at supply boot elbows. Duck cleaned Supplies with 3 to 4 passes each. Duck clean return cavity. Vacuumed out f
I arrived for a blower membership fall maintenance. I first spoke with the homeowner and found no issues with the upstairs system. I preformed a full evaluation on the furnace in low and high stage heating. I explained how the system runs and showed the homeowner the benefits of having a two stage system. Overall this system is running properly at this time.
I arrived for a ac tune up for a club member. I first inspect the system and found the capacitor on the compressor to be completely depleted and not operating at all. I recommended to repair the capacitor under warranty to limit stress on the compressor. I also found the indoor system to be covered with growth. We decided to replace the capacitor at this time. I will follow up with the homeowners about the whole house air purification system Wednesday.
Gave customer estimates on a 20 and 19 Seer Complete 4 Ton System. Keeping and flushing existing lineset. Customer stated that the returns were undersized and also wanted information on air cleaners as well. I made recommendations and discussed the differences. Ended up adding the polarized air cleaner, whole house germicidal purification system, and HEPA air cleaner to estimates. 2 main returns will be expanded to 16â€ and the 10â€ in the master bedroom will stay the same. We will add a 20x25 filter cabinet to furnace for the polarized media.
I arrived for a silver member ac pm. I first spoke with the homeowner and the only other issue as they wanted the heating checked out for winter. I first inspected the heater and found no issues with its operation at this time. I then inspected the ac and found the condenser coil to be stopped up. I cleaned the condenser coil and all electrical components and found the capacitor to be weak and out of manufacture range of operation. I also found the contactor to be starting to blacken and pit. I made all issues aware to the homeowner and we decided to replace the capacitor at this time and we are planning on replacing the contactor on next summer tune up. I checked the systems refrigerant charge but the out door temp was 63 deg. The subcooling at this time was 9.1 deg. I found no other issues with this system at this time. I preformed both heating and cooling pms at this time.
Inspect home for duct cleaning. Customers just purchased home about 2 weeks ago and are looking to have ducts cleaned due to a heavy amount of dust in home. Home built in 2013 and has original HVAC system. Inspect evap coil and drain pan. There is a drip in rear of air handler and coil over drain pan and a leak in the pvc behind the unit due to 2 45 degree joints not being glued or primered. Checked unit level and and drainage and with customer permission, repaired drain line and flushed system with nitrogen to ensure proper flow. Also set level to to drain towards main drain. Layed drop sheets where needed and cleaned 18 supplies and 3 returns. One return was cleaned at no charge due to it not having more than 2 feet of run. Removed filters, grills and vents and cleaned with spinning brush and microfiber cloth. Cleaned ducts with 3 to 5 passes each. Upstairs vents were not tied to studs so replaced them as is and held ducts through cleaning. Sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant sp