Sales person and installer were great to work with. Did as promised
Service was quick and of little pressure. I was given an honest assessment on my air conditioning system with thoroughly explained options on which steps could be taken next. It’s good to have cool air blowing, once again. Thank you!
I arrived for a new customer system replacement bid. I inspected the system and found the 30 year old system to have a failed compressor. I bid a air handler and condenser replacement to match what they have now and a air hand and heatpump to upgrade their outdoor unit and help save utility cost. I will place this call on hold and follow up with the homeowner on Monday morning.
Jesse 8/2/22 arrived at job checked system out found bad capacitor talked to customer on the phone to authorize repair he gave me the approval to do it the unit has been taken good care of by the home owner I offered the blue shield plan but he was at work and wants to look it over so I took a picture of it and sent to him system working at this time
28JUL2022 Jason B Arrived for recent install no cool. Spoke with homeowners son about issue. Shirley got home and the equipment was not on/ would not come on. Inspected furnace found error for open secondary voltage. Checked wires found short on common. Inspected AC found wire jackets ripped and shorting to the frame of the AC. Stripped wires back and reconnected. Cycled system in cooling. Noticed wiggle in stat. Replaced Anchors and remounted stat. Checked temperature spilt 21 degrees delta T. System is cooling properly at this time.
I arrived for a new customer no cool call on 3 systems. I first spoke with the homeowner and confirmed the diagnostic fee of $89 per unit. The homeowner agreed to this and she showed me the location of all 3 systems indoor and outdoor. She also showed me all the papers that she had from her home warranty company and the air conditioning companies that they hired to come charge the system. I explained that we do not work for any home warranty company’s and we collect for what we agree to after I diagnose the system and see exactly what the problems are. She agreed to this. As I was inspecting the systems the homeowner contacted the shop and we changed the X3 diagnostic fee to one diagnostic fee of $89.00. We agreed to still inspect all 3 systems. As I was finishing up with the two systems that were beside each other which is the 3 ton for upstairs and the 2 ton for downstairs the homeowner approached me and demanded for me to just add refrigerant to both systems. I tried to explain that
Blue shield summer service. Replaced filter. Blower motor run capacitor tested good, motor and wheel are clean, indoor coil is clean, condensate drain line is clear. Homeowner had just recently washed condenser coil. Great job. Dual run capacitor tested, contactor points are good. Checked operation and found system to be low on R-410A. With homeowner approval I added 1lb R-410A. The required subcooling is 8 degrees +/- 1 degrees, actual subcooling is 8.4 degrees. System is operating normally at this time.
20X25 return boot and filter grill. 16” duct X2 17X21 supply plenum 4’. Taps with damper 12” X2 10” X1 8” X1 6” X1 Supply duct cfm 1330 Return cfm ‘old’ 625 Return cfm ‘new’ 1250 I arrived for a club member no cool call. I found the system to be running as best as it can with it being undersized for the house and the duct work to be undersized for the 2.5 ton system. They are having trouble with the system keeping up in some rooms. I found the supply duct to be installed poorly and making U turns. This makes the air slow down and makes it difficult to cool the house evenly. I explained my findings to the homeowner and we due to try and track down the parts and then finance the duct work installation. This will let the air through the system and help get air to the bedrooms that are having a harder time cooling. This will not fix the air flow properly. To fix it properly we will have to size each room and run new duct to every room. We agreed to start with getting the proper amo
Duct cleaning estimate for home with ceiling supplies and floor returns to a return cavity. System was put in in 2016. Inspected ductwork in attic and found it composed of black mylar duct work that is in a slight state of deterioration. The top of the ductwork is a little bit more brittle than the bottom due to years of sitting in attic heat. The supply Plenum is also cut a little short, which makes it unable to provide good static pressure to the ductwork leading to the other Ducts. Inspected blower wheel and evaporator coil and both are dirty and could use a cleaning. Went over findings with customer, and with current ductwork told customer that there’s a 75% chance that our cleaning equipment could actually tear up the ductwork due to the brutal nature. Also talked about increasing supply Plenum size and cleaning the blower and evaporator coil. Left estimates for both of these items.
No cool/ blue shield summer service. Homeowner maintains own filters due to allergies. Found both sides of dual run capacitor to be bad, replaced dual run capacitor and checked operation, all amps and pressures are good. Required subcooling is 10 degrees +/- 3 degrees, actual subcooling was 10.2 degrees, superheat was 11.9 degrees. System is operating normally.
I arrived for a new club member recall on a tune tup. I inspected the system and found the condenser to be installed by a dryer vent. I cleaned the condenser and the dryer vent cap. I inspected the indoor system and found no issues. I reprogrammed the nest thermostat so it will start learning her schedule and stop following the previous homeowners schedule. We also spoke about the club maintenance plan and what they include. We decided to price a duct cleaning and sign up on the white club maintenance plan.
16JUN2022 Jason B Arrived for blue club not cooling well. Spoke with homeowner about issue. Itâ€™s running and cooling, but not removing humidity. Inspected system, verified tonnage to sq/ft. Coil & blower clean, charge reading slightly high. Adjusted blower speed to Med High. Verified charge. Reading 66 humidiity in home, and 50 in supply air stream. Please allow the system to run for an entire day to adjust to new settings. System is running properly at this time. I will follow up with you tomorrow morning, and see if adjustments corrected the issue. We will not charge you for the next service call if the issue is not resolved.
Blue shield summer service. Homeowner just replaced filter, left replacement, blower motor run capacitor tested good, motor and wheel are clean, indoor coil is clean, condensate drain line is clear****. Washed condenser coil, compressor side of dual run capacitor tested out of tolerance. 35/5 uf, actual is 28.2/4.9uf, recommended replacement. Homeowner declined at this time. Contactor points are good, all electrical connections are tight. Checked operation. All amps and pressures are good. System is operating normally at this time.
Arrived on 27 May for an AC tuneup system is 36 years old the furnace and evaporator are still in good condition check evaporator for cleanliness and blower motor very clean. Flush drain line in Clearwater to ensure proper flow check contactor and capacitor on condenser all checked out this is 22 system and it had 7Â° of superheat with 21Â° and subcooling and pressure was about 320 psi G and compressor amps are running about 26 A condenser coil is not in the best condition which is probably due to the high head pressure and high amps on the compressor. Wash condenser.
Performed preventative maintenance on AC system. Inspected filter blower assembly, electrical components, evaporator coil, drain and overall condition of equipment in attic. Changed filter for customer. Cleaned out electrical panel. Checked capacitor, contactor, compressor, fan motor, thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. Capacitor is out of range on system. I recommended replacement before it goes out. Itâ€™s no longer covered by warranty. Customer wanted to wait at this time.
Blue shield plan AC tune up on 2008 RUUD r-22 3 ton split system. Spoke with customer and they have not yet turned on their AC. They have left system in off setting since this first warm temp drift this spring. Checked filters and they are still good from recent cleanings. Left spare filters with customer. Checked attic and inspected drain, evaporator coil, blower and blower capacitor. We were recently out and did a duct and system cleaning on the system. Washed condenser thoroughly from excessive debris buildup in the coils. Tested system wiring and found contactor and spade connection points to be burned and pitted in several spots. Recommend replacing contactor to help prevent any over summer premature breakdowns. With approval, I replaced contactor and burnt wiring points. This may have been caused from intermittent power surges either from the hubs or electrical storms. Cleaned excess debris around condenser and tested electrical. Fan amps are .6/.8 and in range. Condenser amps a
Red shield summer service. Homeowner just replaced filters, left replacements, blower motor run capacitor is weak, rated at 20uf, actual 9.56uf, condensate drain line is clear, indoor coil is clean, motor and wheel are clean. Washed condenser coil, dual run capacitor checked good, contactor is good. Compressor run load amps are good, rated at 17.9 fla actual is 7.05 fla, condenser fan fan motor run load amps are high, rated at 1.5fla, actual 1.55fla. Fan motor will probably fail this summer. Pressures are good, have 10 degrees of subcooling. System is operating normally at this time. Homeowner declined repairs at this time