Prompt, quick, respectful, professional. Couldn’t ask for more.
Ray F. 7/1/22. Arrived to non member ac tune up x2 and the customer met me at the front door. I introduced myself and asked how his air conditioners have been working. He stated they are all working good since we were out to add refrigerant to one of the systems recently. Previous work order says there is a leak at the king valve on one of the condensers. Customer states he is changing the air filters tomorrow. He showed me where the equipment was located and I proceeded to check all three evaporator coils and blower motors. Attic insulation is sufficient. Ductwork is strapped and in good condition. Blower motors, wheels and housings are clean. Evaporator coils are clean. Blower motor amps are normal and blower wheels are in balanced. Wiring in good condition. Condensate drain lines are clear. Return and supply temps good. Inspected condensers. Refrigerant levels are normal. Compressor and condenser fan motor amps are ok. Contactors, wiring and disconnect in good conditio
No cool upstairs. Found system very low on R-410A. Added 8lbs R-410A with homeowner approval. System is now operating normally. Homeowner is aware of suction line service valve leaking and cost to repair.
Arrived on 15 June for a no cool Blue Shield found that the heat pump capacitor was out replaced in warranty capacitor check charge on unit it has 16 super heat within degrees 10 sub cooling everythingâ€™s working with a manufacture specifications at this time.
See notes on blue tune up. Found system double filtered dual run cap at AC is slightly out on herm side. 56 degree heat rise in heat pump and 32 degree heat rise in emergency.
18MAR2022 Jason B Arrived for two system fall tune up. Spoke with Homeowner about systems performance. Cycled both systems on at thermostat then disconnect power at air handler/pack unit. Pull blower and coil doors,inspect heating elements sequencers and amps, capacitors and blower motors. Take delta Ts and heat rises. Changed filters. Found dual run cap at split system slightly out of specs at 41.5/45 systems are clean and working well. Found split system double filtered pulled 20x20 filter at air handler.
Silver club fall service. Homeowner maintains filters. Blower motor run capacitor checked good, motor and wheel are clean, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, inducer run load amps are good, rollout switches checked good, high limit switch checked good, manifold pressure is 8.67 in wc. (LP). Checked system operation with tstat, system operating normally. Conducted carbon monoxide testâ€”0ppm
Dryer exhaust vent attic discharge- customer has had some work done by appliance companies recently and asked to have dryer vent cleaned. After inspecting it is lightly clogged, about 20-30% but not enough to cause dryer malfunctions. After going over options, customer opted to go ahead and have dryer cleaned out. After cleaning, and cleaning area around dryer, I inspected user manual on dryer and believe the moisture sensors on the dryer either need to be cleaned or replaced. Customer has an appliance company coming back tomorrow to have it looked at.
Giving an estimate to install 8 units. A 12.5 ton AC unit in the front of the building, two 15 tons installed in the main grow room and five 10 ton systems.
On August 16, 2021 I arrive to a silver club member for a spring tuneup upon arrival I greeted the customer then went to the thermostat to check thermostat operations I then went to the furnace did amp drawâ€˜s on the blower motor a check to capacitor 10 ÂµF Readington micro ferret I took a peek at the evaporator coil it was clean just had rust on it checked the drain and blew it out thatâ€™s good I then went to the condensing unit to check the capacitor 80 Dash five reading 80 Dash five Did amp drawâ€™s on the compressor and condenser fan motor both are good flip the condenser fan motor checked it out check the bearings it is good to go check the charge unit had 5Â° of superheat I didnâ€™t wash the condensing unit and put the disconnect back in tested system operations everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
On July 20, 2021 I arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival I greeted the customer and had them show me around to all three thermostats as well as the furnaces and the AC units I then went to all three furnace units and did amp draws check the drains blue drains out after that I went to the condensing units I check the charge on all three of themTo condensing units by the garage door needed a combined amount of 5 pounds of 410 a customer just wanted to get them going theyâ€™ve got family coming in and didnâ€™t wanna do anything but charge them up the third unit I checked all components checked charge everything is good there just at all system operations everythingâ€™s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
On June 24, 2021 I arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival I greeted the customer then went to the Thermostat to check thermostat operations are they went to the attic to the furnace did amp draws check the blower I then went to the condenser the check to charge had 10Â° superheat there is a piston in the coil capacitors and contactors both are good did amp drawls disassembled washed reassembled the unit tested system operations everythingâ€˜s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Arrived on 15 April to conduct to a C PMs found that one is extremely old and dirty customer does not want to do anything with it clean condensers check capacitors and contactors everything checked out with that area changed filters everythingâ€™s running well.
Gave estimate to replace 3 Ton AC and Exposed Coil on Trailer home. Customer wants to move forward with the installation.
Came out to call to address issue with upstairs thermostat. Customer stated the thermostat was not operating properly, even after changing the batteries. Found the R terminal on thermostat not allowing power into the thermostat. Jumpered wires to ensure there were no issues with the wiring. Discussed with customer about replacing thermostat, and went over options. Customer wanted to replace both the upstairs and downstairs thermostats with the Honeywell T6 programmable. Took old thermostats off the wall and installed the new ones. Set up thermostats according to equipment and operations. After I set the thermostats up, I went over programming with customer and set up program for them. Showed customer how to operate the thermostats and also tested all functions to make sure equipment was operating properly. Discussed with customer about maintenance plans for the units and the benefits of having them on a routine to decrease breakdowns and keep them running efficiently.
I arrived for a non member no heat call. I first inspected the system and found that the blower motor was overheating and leaking oil. I also found the capacitor to be completely depleted. I let the system cool off and cycled the system back on with a new capacitor. The motor came on and the system is heating normally. We did not have the proper motor brackets to mount a new motor. I told the homeowner that if the motor fails within 30 days we will replace the blower motor on the package unit and subtract the $221.85 capacitor replacement from the blower motor cost. This will also have no diagnostic cost to install this same blower motor. The homeowner signed up on a white and blue club plan. The package unit is on the white club plan but it does not have any duct on this system. The main system to the home is one we installed and we and we are going to use the free duct cleaning from the white plan to cover the duct cleaning on the split system we installed.