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!
Fall service- non club. Blower motor run capacitor checked good, wiped dirt off of blower motor, recommend that for spring service that blower assembly be removed and blower wheel be cleaned, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, all limits and safeties checked good, inducer motor run load amps are .89A, within mfg specs, manifold pressure at 3.5 in wc, air temperature rise was 41 deg. Carbon monoxide 0ppm. System operating normally.
On October 1, 2021 I wrote to a Blue Shield customer for a full tuneup I greeted the customer then went to the thermostat turn the system to heat turned it up and then went in the attic and check the filter itâ€™s good I didnâ€™t did amp draws on the inducer motor and then check the capacitor on the inducer motor it is good and then did amp draws on the blower motor check the capacitor on the blower motor itâ€™s good as well are then pulled and cleaned the flame sensor I then check the gas pressure it was 3.3 everythingâ€˜s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Arrived on 14 September for a furnace tuneup change filters checked all limits in furnace pressure switch ohmed the hsi it read 48.7. Removed and cleaned flame sensor checked blower and capacitor checked heat exchange measured flame sensor find sensor read 2dc checked gas pressure 3.5 inches of water column took temperature rise reads 41 with range of 25-55 induce Motor amps were .3 Rla from that motor is .9 inspected flu. Tested for carbon monoxide no parts per million were found.
I arrived for a no cool non club member. I spoke with the homeowner and the main issue is the system will run but not cool. I gained access to the indoor system and found the suction line to be leaking refrigerant at the TXV access point and the copper to aluminum fitting. The fitting was overhead when it was installed. This is why itâ€™s leaking refrigerant at this time. I replace the shredder core in the TXV access port and put a new metal cap with a new O ring to prevent this fitting from leaking agin. The copper to alumni fitting is still leaking. I made this aware to the homeowner and we decided to just add refrigerant to the system at this time. I gave her options on replacing the evaporator coil. I also found the gas line to splitting and leaking gas. I showed the homeowner this and I strongly recommended to replace the gas line at this time. The homeowner did not want to replace the gas line at this time. I tightened the gas fitting and this stopped the gas leak for now. The li
I arrived for a system replacement bid. I first spoke with the homeowner and found that the compressor was condemned from a previous company. I inspected the system to see if the system was repairable. I found the run terminal to have been burnt off of the compressor. I recommend to have the system replaced vs repaird due to the age and condition of the system. I gave two options on replacing the system with a 80% and a 90% furnace. I also gave the homeowners a option on financing or a 10% discount off the equipment but not both.
I arrived for a non member no cool call. I first spoke with the homeowner and the main issue in the outdoor system will not run. I inspected the system and found the condenser coil to have been stopped up. I also found the capacitor to be un-readable. I recommended to replace the capacitor and see if the compressor and condenser fan motor will run. The homeowner agreed to the repair and I replaced the component. I cycled the system on and found the amps on the compressor and motor to be within normal range. I then disassembled the condenser and pressure washed the condenser coils clean. I then checked the systems refrigerant charge and found it to be running low on refrigerant. I recommended to top the systems refrigerant charge off and preform a leak search to find the leaking component. We decided to just leave the system running without adding refrigerant at this time.
On June 28, 2021 I arrived to a Blue Shield customer for spring tuneup upon arrival I greeted the customer I then went to the thermostat and shake its operations and they went to The furnace and checked the blower and did amp drawls check the ductwork everything looks good there are then went to the condenser Iâ€™ll check the components checked The charge the unit had 8Â° of sub cooling and the unit code 49 are then disassembled washed reassembled tested system operations everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Arrive 25 June for a call back on a no cool drain was still clogged up cut and remove drain cleared pipes ran 2 gallons of water down the pipes flowed smoothly set on the system while running for 20 minutes with no issues..
I arrived for a non member no cool call. I spoke with the homeowner and found that the outdoor system turns off and on at random. I inspected the system and found the drain line to be clogged up and the drain switch was causing the system to turn on and off with the air pressure of the pushing water into the safety switch. I blew the drain line out with nitrogen and emptied the safety switch drain port. It will let water in but not out. I checked the evaporator coil and all electrical components and the refrigerant charge and found the system to be running properly. I also inspected the duct work and found it to be undersized. I recommended to have them sign up on a maintenance plan due to todayâ€™s problem could have been prevented on a tune up and it would have not costed anything. We decided to dig up on a blue club plan. We also bid duct work at this time and we will follow up with the homeowner at a later date about the duct work. Jake K.
Dryer vent clean through attic, attic discharge. Spoke with homeowner and inspected dryer vent. It is impacted about 30% and has an improper exhaust connection, with homeowner permission, I removed screen and corrugated exhaust pipe, and reattached with proper hard pipe connections and sealed with mastic. Cleaned exhaust vent with 3 passes from above and 1 pass from below. Vacuumed excess debris, and cleaned dryer hose and dryer up to impeller. Cycled system on and it is properly running, although the homeowner mentioned the timer being out. Gave 5% military appreciation discount.
Came out to call. Customer stated that the system wasnâ€™t cooling properly. Shut off yesterday, but is somewhat cooling today. I checked system over and found the condenser completely clogged with debris. System is a lennox unit with a built in high pressure switch. System most likely shut off due to high head pressures/temperatures because of how dirty the system is. Told customer I would need to clean it and then check the pressures and temperatures again. I washed the condenser coil thoroughly. Checked amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. System is within range of manufactured specifications for cooling. I checked upstairs to make sure everything was together and working properly. Noticed attic was significantly hotter. Checked attic temperature and it was reaching 145-150. Told customer that the attic needs more ventilation and recommended some attic fans to be installed. The hot attic is causing heat transfer in the ductwork and making the system work harder and longer
Blue shield plan summer tune up on AC. Spoke with customer and everything has been working well. Washed condenser thoroughly. Check the capacitor, hard start kit, contactor, evaporator coil, blower wheel and initial amp drawâ€˜s on equipment. Changed filter included with Blue Shield plan. Checked amp draws, refrigerant charge, Delta T. System is working well at this time. Spoke with customer about hot water tank, and it is up for being changed out soon. Customer is looking to price shop before commuting to having us do it.
Arrived for blue club summer maintenance. Spoke with homeowner and found no issues with systems performance. Inspected indoor equipment and found no issues. Motor amp draw at 5.2 of 7.4, return cfm at 640 of 1200 and supply at 1150 of 1200. Cleaned condenser coils, washed off AC pad and Checked charge. Informed homeowner of undersized ductwork. This system is running properly at this time.
On April 5 2021 I arrived to a previous customer non member for a ac tune up. Upon arrival I checked the furnace and did amp draw and checked the capacitor both are good. I then went to the condenser and checked the components and charge everything looks good. Everything is working properly at this time Thank you for your business Mike T