Excellent service. Very professional.
Brandon is very courteous and knowledgable.
We had a tune up service today with Issac. He did a great job. Very professional.
On September 10, 2021 I arrive to a Blue Shield customer for a two system spring tuneup upon arrival I agree to the customer we then went to the thermostats and turn them on and then Went to the upstairs air handler checked blower wheel clean checked evaporator coal itâ€™s clean did amp draws units pulling 1.1 amp went to the downstairs air handler check the blower wheel itâ€™s clean Checked the evaporator coil itâ€™s clean and then went to the outdoor units the upstairs condensing unit washed it checked capacitor and contactor both are good check the charge unit had 8Â° sub cooling I then checked the downstairs condenser and I washed it then I checked the capacitor and contactor both are good check to George unit had 10Â° sub cooling everything â€˜s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Duct cleaning inspection- home has floor ducts over crawl space and is a converted single wide manufacturer home with a solid over cinderblock addition for the master bedroom. The floor ducts are flex and laying pretty loosely on the ground in the crawl space. There are 12 supplies and manufacturer return setup in hall closet. There is evidence of animals having gotten into the ducts at some point, and I explained to the customer that at best we could do an air balance test and search for ductwork to repair under the house. Complete replacement is not really an option due to the way the plumbing is run under the home. Duct. Leaning is also not a feasible option since wenâ€™t thoroughly clean the ducts - we can clean about 5-10 feet in with a shop vac, and the customer said he could do that work with his shop vac. Left an estimate to repair one duct, will need two men to do the work. If we need to repair more than one duct, the repair price will be added on. Customer will test the syst
14AUG2021 Jason B Arrived at new customers home for a call about not cooling well. Spoke with Charles about his systems performance. His thermostat had stopped working and once he got it back up the system wasnâ€™t cooling the home off. Cycled the system on at the thermostat, checked pressures, contactor, and electrical components at the condenser. Inspected the Airhandler and found tape coming off covering a missing plate at the coil. Checked delta T and found a 20 degree temperature split. This system is running properly, but struggling in the humidity. This is a converted trailer home with older windows, and not sealed very well. Taped over coil panel with metal tape.
I arrived for a friends and family bid to replace the air conditioner. I inspire system and found the evaporator coil to be dirty and in need of a heavy cleaning or replacement. We decided to bid the outdoor condenser replacement only at this time. I made them aware that if they do decide to replace the evaporator coil that the cost will change. I also bid to clean the coil at the time of the condenser replacement. The bid is to replace the condenser only but the replaced components will have a 10 year parts warranty and a 1 year labor warranty. We also talked about financing but if the system is financed it will not have the 20% off system replacement. If you have any questions please contact me and I will do my best to help you in anyway possible. Jake Kring.
Came out to call for a second look at a system weâ€™ve been out to a couple of times. Customer stated that the system wasnâ€™t cooling properly and would shut off and not come back on. We recently were out and found no issues with how the system was operating, but we replaced a fuse. I found the low voltage fuse blown again. So replaced the fuse and I went through the wiring and tested system operation. Fuse didnâ€™t blow, but I had a hunch that the low voltage was being tampered with given there was mouse droppings present. I checked the two wire out at the condenser unit and found a decent sized mouse nest in the electrical panel of the AC system. Under its nest I found the 24v wiring chewed to shreds. Showed customer and explained what had happened and how to fix it. I fixed the 24 volt wiring, removed the nest and cycled unit back on. System was cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time. Recommended customer change filters more often as well. He bought 3 filt
On June 10, 2021 I arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival customer stated that the house was not cooling I checked temperature throughout the entire house with my thermometer and infrared thermal gun the house was saying 75 throughout But the thermostat was reading 80 the thermostat is on the opposite side of the ductwork the ductwork is on one side of the house and the thermostat is on the opposite side and there was heat infiltration through the wall
On June 9, 2021 I arrive to a new customer nonmember on arrival customer stated that his unit wouldnâ€™t do anything check the thermostat is set for call and 75 and it read out 93 room temp I went to the air handler seeing that the unit had a popped fuse I unwired everything checked continuity unit had continuity between are in common causing the fuse to pop I remove common from the thermostat everything back up start of the unitAnd it fired up immediately I tested system operations everythingâ€™s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
On May 26, 2021 arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival customer stated that The AC is not working I checked the voltage at the AC unit I have no voltage I checked the breaker in the breaker was off they had turn the breakers off to the AC unit to the oven and the dryer I turn the breaker back one tested system operations everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Performed preventative maintenance on 2 heat pump systems for customer. Replaced both systems filter with a fresh new filter for customer. Inspected both air handlers, blower assemblies, evaporator coils, electrical components, heating elements, wiring, and overall condition and operation of air handlers. Cycled emergency heat on both systems and checked amp readings on the heating elements and blower motor. Cycled both heat pumps on and checked operation, amps, temperatures and pressures of both heat pumps. Tested defrost mode and reversing valves. Both systems are heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time. Recommended a duct cleaning to customer.
Came out to call. Customer stated that the tenants to her that the system wasnâ€™t heating properly. They moved into the rental property in November. I checked system over and found the furnace running in lockout, and the fan was running continuously. I checked filter and found it severely clogged, and it hadnâ€™t been changed since April. New tenants had no idea where the filter was located or what size. I showed tenant where it was located and how to change it. I also recommended it be changed every 2-3 months. I found the flame sensor also needing to be cleaned. Cleaned the flame sensor and reinstalled it. Cycled system on to test and verify that the furnace is operational. Furnace is now heating properly.
Blue SPP summer AC maintenance on 2 2019 heat pump and air handler systems. Asked customer about filters and hot and cold spots. Customer mentioned being concerned about a fuse that went out on previous no cool call out. Washed condensing units, both units had frogs that had died and heat fused onto the outer surfaces of heat pumps. Removed frogs and wiped down units. Checked both dual capacitors. Checked amp draws and volt drop for fan motor and compressors. Both units are still under warranty and working great at this time.checked evap coils changed filters, and checked drain lines. Also checked breaker box for both units. Tested amps on inside blowers and thermostats. Cycled both systems on and checked refrigerant charge via delta t. Both systems operating well at the low end of manufacturer specs as a new system should be. Talked briefly about our UVV and UVC lamps for air handlers and sent customers email video with more info. Also talked briefly about our surge protectors and
Arrived to no cool service call system under warranty. Found bad 25 amp fuse. Replace fuse. Tested all amp draw. Cycled unit multiple times. System is operating as designed at this time. Found no reason at this time fuse should have blown. Will leave ticket open to see if unit fails again. Set up appointment for Friday July 10th to have maintenance to both systems performed.
I arrived for a no cool on a newly installed system. I spoke with the homeowner and and the main issue was the house keeps getting hotter the longer It runs. I inspected the system and found the Eva coil to be frozen over. I turned the heater on to melt the ice. I inspect the outdoors system and found the solder joint on the high side service valve to be leaking refegerant. I pumped the system down and fixed the leak. I pulled a vacuum and charged the system to run at 11.6 deg subcooling and the system calls for 12 deg subcooling. I added 4.4 LBS of 410A. This call is under warranty.
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