Adam Rockwell is a very knowledgeable and efficient service tech.
I arrived to replace two micro electric air filters. I remove both inserts and installed new inserts. We do not need to order new filters at this time.
Performed blue shield protection plan air conditioner maintenance. Washed condenser, washed filters. Test all capacitors and motor amp draw. Test compressor amp draw. Refrigerant levels are in range. Megaohmed compressor. Surge protector in working order. System is starting to show signs of age a little but is cooling as designed at this time.
Carrier 16 seer x13 80% furnace and matching coil with filterbase
Came out to call. Customer said system wasnâ€™t cooling like itâ€™s supposed to be. We recently installed part of the mini split last year because of multiple issues. I checked system over and found a dirty condenser coil. I washed condenser coil off, and checked pressures. The system was basically pumping itself down. My pressures never regulated, and I even added 5 Ozâ€™s of 410a to see if my pressures would change. Still didnâ€™t change anything. The liquid line is freezing up at the valve. I discussed with manager, and we are to come back out to be able to spend more time on it to diagnose the problem. Told customer that the office will get in contact with him about day and time. 10JUN20-I returned to double check the diagnosis. The line was still freezing up. I added some more refrigerant which brought the pressures up and the line thawed. I shut the system off and performed a leak search, I found a leak in the evaporator coil, in the head unit. The system is still under warranty
I came out for a blue plan ac maintenance. I only serviced the newer system. The older system isnâ€™t operating and is being replaced on Friday. I washed the ac coil. I checked the filters, blower, evap coil, drain, capacitor, contactor and all wiring. I cycled the ac and checked all temps, amps and charge. All working well.
I arrived for a blue ac pm. I first spoke with the homeowner and found one issue with the thermostat. They would have to set the thermostat down to 70 deg to keep the housing at 77/78. I inspected the indoor and outdoor system and found the the system to be running low on 410A. I suggested to have a leak search preformed on the system to find and fix the leaking component. We decide not to preformed a leak seal at this time. I added 23oz of 410A and set the superheat at 16 deg. The system calls for 17 deg superheat on a 73 deg day. Overall this system is now running to the best of its abilities at this time.
I arrived for a blue member X2. I inspected the new system installed and the main issue was the front room dose not have good air flow. I adjusted the dampers to push more air to the font of the house. I left all other damper to the kitchen and other areas open. I inspected both systems and found the return ducts on the older system to be dusty and dirty. I made this issue aware to the homeowners and we decided to do a level one duct cleaning at minimum and address any issues at that time if a higher level is needed. I replaced all filter and found no issues with the performance on both systems.
Perform blue shield protection plan furnace maintenance, clean flame sensors, gas pressure and temperature rise in range
Carrier heater fall preventative maintenance. Blower capacitor low.
Goodman furnace fall tune up. Replace filter media
Tune up for furnaces on dual carrier systems. Install surge protectors.
Perform a tune up on the carrier air conditioner
AC repair, found a failed capacitor at a 2014 Amana condenser. Replaced capacitor and system is working properly