It was good
Joseph did a great job on our winter maintenance. He even took a water heater to dispose of for us.
think you for fixing my air conddition great job
Our tech did an excellent job. He quickly diagnosed the problem and quickly fixed it. A+++
He was great, very friendly, showed how the new testing instruments worked which was very interesting. He is welcomed back to my house anytime!
Great service on time!
Joseph was awesome. Professional, showed up on time, and was fast and efficient.
White shield fall service. Left 2 filters. Blower motor run capacitor checked good, motor and wheel are good, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, inducer motor run load amps are within mfg specs, roll out switches (2) checked good, high limit switch checked good, manifold pressure is at 3.5 in wc, within mfg specs. Checked system operation with tstat, system operating normally. Carbon monoxide - 0 ppm. While furnace panels were off I brought homeowner into attic and showed him the dirt that accumulated in the return air ducts. Homeowner wants estimate for duct cleaning.
I arrived for a warranty call on a system we installed this year. I spoke with the homeowner and found that the thermostat was blinking and not running. I found the powder to have been turned off by the homeowner due to the thermostat blinking. I apply power to the thermostat and cycled the thermostat on at the thermostat with the homeowner. The thermostat started blinking and this is what the homeowner said it was doing before. I informed the homeowner that this is normal for it to blink. I explained that this is a safety to let the compressor cool down if the thermostat settings change or if you have a quick on and off power issue. We waited for the time delay to pass on the thermostat and the system came on and ran in cooling mode. I then cycled the system on heat and the system came on in heating. I then cycled it back on in cooling mode and the time delay started and after it passed the system came on in cooling mode. I am leaving this call on hold until Monday. I will follow up w
I arrived for a new customer no cool call. I spoke with the homeowner and found that the system was frozen over. I found the evaporator coil to be completely frozen over. I cycled the furnace on and melted the ice. I then checked the system and found it to be clean but rusted. I found the filter to be completely stopped up. The system is running low on refrigerant at this time. I recommended to preform a leak search to find the leaking component. The homeowner declined the lease search. I added 11OZ of R410A and set the systems superheat heat at 4.2 deg and the set point was 6.1. This system is running to the best of its abilities at this time.
On October 20, 2021 I arrive to a Blue Shield customer for a furnace tuneup upon arrival agree to the customer Iâ€™ve been climbed on the roof and access the package unit I did Ambrose on the blower motor check the capacitor for the blower motor measure the bar walls clean did amp drawls on the heat kit and cycled the system everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
19OCT2021 Jason B Arrived at Jackieâ€™s home for a no cool. spoke with him about the systems performance. We were out at 4pm today for a fall tune up, sometime afterwards their AC stopped working. Inspected condenser and found no voltage at the contactor. Inspected the disconnect and found the breaker there in to be very stuck. Removed breaker and wired the connections together after verifying adequate protection at the main panel. Cycled system on and checked amps, capacitors, hard start, temperatures and pressures. Reinstalled housing for disconnect. Cycled system in heat pump. Cycled back into cooling and verified amps. This system is running properly at this time. 44 amps at compressor on a max 50 amp condenser.
On October 19, 2021 arrive to a silver club member for a full tuneup upon arrival I greeted the customer and then went to the thermostat turn the system to heat turned it up did amp drawls on the hot surface igniter pulled and cleaned the flame sensor did amp drawls on the inducer motor and the blower motor checked the capacitor all good and then went to the condensing unit there ainâ€™t drawls on the compressor and the fan motor check the capacitor checked contactor wash the unit everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
I arrived for a inspection on a home that is being sold. I spoke with the homeowner and found that they have had a home inspector look at the house and found some issues with the heating and air system. We went over the list that was recommended to repair and improve. We agreed to add the drip leg onto the gas line supplying the furnace. I also reattached the grounding wire that was not connected to the gas line. We agreed to seal the return plenum and the floor of the furnace closet. I also installed a water switch â€œsafe-T-switchâ€ to shut the system off If the drain line were to stop up on this copper drain line. We also replaced the armaflex insulation on the indoor furnace and the outdoor condenser. I also removed the tree stump that was growing in between the condenser pad and the condenser. I also disassembled the condenser and clean the condenser coils I then inspected the duct work and found it to be all metal duct work. The duct work is connected but the insulation on the d
18OCT2021 Jason B Arrived to do startup of heating equipment. Spoke with Homeowner about systems performance. AC has been working great, and they have not turned the heating on this season. Cycled system on at thermostat then disconnect power at furnace. Test all pressure switches, then reconnect power. Cycle system on in heating. Adjust gas pressure to 1.8 (low) and 3.5 (high) IWC. Inspect HSI, burners, and all safeties. Check amp draws, inducer, gas manifold, temperature split, and CO Levels. System is running properly at this time. Thanks again for your business and take care this winter!
Performed preventative maintenance on 3 furnaces. Changed out filters for customer. Inspected the blower assemblies, motors, other electrical components, burners, heat exchangers, inducer motors, and overall condition of equipment. Cleaned flame sensors and brushed dust off the burners. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and gas pressures. All furnaces are heating properly within manufacture specifications at this time. Lennox unit had no visible cracks in the heat exchanger, but is showing signs of wear.
17OCT2021 Jason B Arrived for new customer no cool. Spoke with William about systems performance. Cycled system on at thermostat. Inspected furnace. Found voltage to variable speed indused draft motor, but motor is not coming on, we will have to call for availability on Monday.
14OCT2021 Jason B Arrived for for fall tune up. Spoke with Terry about the systems performance, the furnace has not been ran this season and this is a new home and still within builder warranty period. Cycled system on at thermostat then disconnect power at furnace. Inspect blower compartment motor, coil, and heat exchanger. Reinstall blower pull and clean flame sensor. Test all pressure switches, then reconnect power. Cycle system on in heating. Adjust gas pressure to 3.5 IWC. Inspect HSI, burners, and all safeties. Check amp draws, inducer, gas manifold, temperature split, and CO Levels. System is running properly at this time. Checked filter, ductwork, return and supply plenum. 1600rcfm 1990scfm This furnace is designed to move 2000 cfm of air, I recommend increasing some of the return ductwork to accommodate the designed load and reduce stress on the blower motor. This is a brand new system and the ideal time to address this.
On October 14, 2021 I arrive to a Blue Shield customer for a full tuneup upon arrival I greeted the customer then went to the thermostat turned it to heat and turned it up and then went to the furnace did amp draws on the inducer motor and the blower motor Iâ€™ve been poured and clean the flame sensor and check the gas pressure gas pressure was sitting at 4.1 I just it down to 3.2 I then did amp draw on the hot surface igniter and changed three 12 x 24 x 1 filters everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
On October 13, 2021 I arrive to a Blue Shield customer for a full tuneup upon arrival I agree to the customer I then went to the thermostat can you turn the system to heat and turned it up customer stated that the back light on the thermostat flashes when you touch the button and then goes right back off pour off the wall ask the customer for some batteries install the batteries to see if that will change anything on the thermostat and the back light stayed on when the button was pushed until it shut off like it supposed to I then went to the furnace did Did amp drawls on the blower motor I did amp drawls on the inducer motor pool and clean the flame sensor did amp draw on the hot surface igniter and check the gas pressure it was at 3.8 I regulated down to 3.3 everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Duct cleaning inspection for home with 2 systems upstairs and downstairs with 14 supplies and 3 returns. Inspected ductwork and spoke with homeowner about a quote and they decided to not have work done at this time.
I arrived for a silver member no cool call. They are selling the home and need it cooling. The fan blade was hitting the coil housing causing the condenser to vibrate and putting stress on the condenser fan motor. The motor is leaking oil at this time. The system is also Lea refrigerant and freezing up. We decided to replace the fan blade and charge the system with R22. I added 3 Pounds of R22 and set the systems superheat at 17.2 and the system calls for 18 deg superheat. There is no warranty on refrigerant. This system is in need of replacement.