Came out to call. Customer stated that the outside system wasnâ€™t coming on like it normally did and was making a different noise he got it to work for a little bit yesterday after having it off, but now itâ€™s not doing anything. I checked system over and found the capacitor depleted and the system not being able to run. Hard start kit got the compressor to turn over, but thatâ€™s it. I let customer know that the capacitor is bad and needs to be replaced. Capacitor is under part warranty, so customer only has to pay labor. I replaced the capacitor and went ahead and did the maintenance owed to the customer. Washed condenser coil thoroughly. Gave customer filters to change when needed. Inspected the contactor, compressor, fan motor, and condenser coil. Checked thermostat operation, amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. System is now cooling properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
Silver club dual air handler and heat pump systems upstairs and downstairs in home. Spoke with customer about having hot water tank flushed today with tune up and they declined at this time. Asked how systems worked through recent snow storm and they did well. Customer mentioned they know filters are due to be changed and they will get fresh filters in tomorrow. Customer also mentioned they have had an ongoing issue of getting water in the downstairs ducts, and they just pump it out for the time being. Checked all capacitors, blowers sequencers and evaporator coils. Checked drain lines float switches and cabinet insulation quality. Both systems would do well to have pan treatments installed. Tested contactors and capacitors outside in heat pumps. Cycled systems on and checked electrical, refrigerant charge, reversing valves, defrost timers, and thermostat settings from heating to emergency heat modes. Fan motor on upstairs Armstrong air heat pump is reading higher than manufacturer
I arrived for a non member special tune up. I spoke with the homeowner and found no main issue with the systems performance. I first inspected the indoor system and found the evaporator coil and blower motor to have biological growth on the surface of both components. I then inspected the the outdoor system and found all electrical components to be working properly. I cleaned the heat pump and reassemble the indoor and outdoor system and rechecked all components. I suggest to clean the system out and install a UV light to clean and help prevent the system from buildup in the future. We also decide to sign up on a blue monthly club plan at this time. If you have any questions or problems with your system please contact us and we will do our best to help you in anyway possible. Your friends at Interstate. Jake, Mike.
Bad induced draft motor find part and return. Installed induced draft motor. System under parts and labor warranty. System is heating at this time.
I arrived for a fall maintenance on two systems. I inspected and tested both systems and checked all electrical components. I still found the package unit heat exchangers to still be loose and touching two burners together. This is also the same system we are biding on to replace next month. Overall both systems are running at this time.
Performed red shield protection plan furnace maintenance. Changed filters with service. Cleaned flame sensor and tested ignitor. Blower and evaporator are clean. Customer changes filters regularly. Test capacitor and motor amp draw. Test induced draft motor. All capacitors and motor amp draw in range. 90 percent drain is clear. No water leaks at this time. Test unit on high and low heat. All gas pressure and temperature rise in range. Surge protector in working order. Cycled unit multiple times to insure that all safeties are working and unit running as designed. System is heating at this time.
I arrived to a customer no heat. Customer was mentioning that the furnace blower was running and the inducer was going but no heat was coming out. During inspection I got three flashes from the control board which would indicate a pressure switch not closing while inducer is operational. I found the port for the draft inducer assembly to be plugged up. I informed the customer of the issue and she has purchased a blue membership. I performed furnace tuneup and cleared out the build up that was in the port. I checked all amp draws voltages gas pressures resurfaced flame sensor igniter is within spec blower capacitor is in spec blower wheel is clean or motor is showing no signs of leaking oil and is amping properly. I cycled the system several times with all operations being normal.
I arrived to bid a replace rooftop packing unit with new thermostat and metal duct to the first joints penetrating the roof top. This includes a crane to remove the old system and to set the new system in place with new ducts and disconnect.
I arrived to preform furnace tune up on blue membership. I checked all amp draws and voltage resurfaced the flame sensor checked gas pressures and evap coil igniter is OHMing properly replaced 3-10x20 filters. Cycled the system several times with all operations being normal as of today. Recommended to the customer a water heater flush. Customer has declined as of today.
I came out for a 2 system silver AC maintenance. I washed both condensers. I checked the filters, blowers, evap coils, drains, capacitors, contactors and all wiring. I cycled both systems and checked all temps, amps and charges. Both systems working well.
I arrived for a red member ac pm. I first spoke with the homeowner and found no issues with the systems operation. I first inspected the system located in the attic. I found the filter to be new and cleane. I also inspected the furnace and evaporator coil and for no issues. I then inspected the the conditioner and found the conditioner coil to be completely stop up. I checked the condenser and checked all electrical components in the condenser. I then cleaned the conditioner coil and check the systems refrigerant charge and the temperature drop across the evaporator coil. I found the system to be running at 12 deg subcooling and the DT be running at 19.8 deg. I fought no issue with and electric components at this time. Overall I found no major issues with the systems operation at this time.
Came out to call. AC wasnâ€™t working after a storm came through. I checked system over and found the capacitor had gone out. Capacitor is under warranty, but labor isnâ€™t. Customer had me swap out the capacitor. I cycled system on and checked amps of all electrical components. System is cooling properly.
Blue SPP ac maintenance. Asked about filters, hot and cold spots, condensate line, hot water tank and dryer vent from previous visits. Customer just changed filters at beginning of month. Customer mentioned the condensate line had a small drip, likely from condensation from cold water running out. Also mentioned new puppy had chewed on outside insulation on line set. Will replace 8â€ of armaflex insulation. Washed condenser thoroughly, inspect dual capacitor and fan side is still within range at 4.28 mfd, but will likely need to be replaced next year. Cycled system in and checked refrigerant pressure via delta t and amps. Checked outside surge protector. Went inside and checked blower and evap coil, amp draws and condensate line. Checked float switch and watched water flowing properly from evap coil into drain. Found a small piece of debris that was causing main condensate drain to possibly run higher than intended. Removed obstruction and verified proper water flow.
Dryer vent cleaning exhausting out roof.
2 System Bryant high efficient furnace winter heat tune up