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Ray F. 7/12/22 Arrived to a new customer no cool service call and the customer met me at the front door. I introduced myself and asked what ac issues he has been experiencing. He stated the ac fan motor having trouble starting so he has been using a blower to help start it. We went to inspect the ac together and found the 7.5 mfd capacitor for the fan motor was reading 1.0. Quoted price for new capacitor and Mike agreed so we replaced it. Checked system operations after replacing capacitor and found the refrigerant levels normal. The contactor, wiring and disconnect are in good condition. Compressor and condenser fan motor amps ok. Offered the blue maintenance program to keep the system in good working order. System is R22. System cooling at this time. Thank you for your business.
I arrived for a free second opinion on a system replacement with a water heater. I bid to replace the system with a 14” wide furnace vs a 17” wide furnace to save space on the new water heater taking up more space. We also bid to replace the flue on both the water heater and furnace. The water heat Will have new water lines and a new overflow pan. The water heater will have a 6 year parts warranty. The 2.5 ton carrier 16.5 seer will have a 10 year parts warranty and a 1 year labor warranty. I will be following up with the homeowner on Thursday. If the system is payed upon completion without financing there will be a 10% discount to the cost of the replacements. This bid is good for 30 days.
Came out to call for a system not keeping up during the heat of the day. Customer has it set to 70 but it was 78 in the home. System was installed last year. I checked the unit over and found a dirty filter, blower speed set too low, and the condenser coil needing to be cleaned. Discussed with landlord about what I found and also recommended. Customer had me clean the condenser coil and do a check on the rest of the systems operation. I took out the filter, changed the blower speed, then washed the condenser coil thoroughly. Rechecked system operation and temperature dropped from 78 to 76 before I was finished. System will need to the rest of the day to cool back down due to it having to battle the heat of the day. Attic is also not very well ventilated which can attribute to heat transfer through the flex duct in peak hours. Recommended customer add wind turbines to the home. System is cooling properly.
Came out to call. Customer stated that the system was freezing over and the unit wasnâ€™t cooling properly. I checked the system over and found the unit low on refrigerant. AC unit is from the late 80â€™s and is in rough shape. The interior system was replaced in 2008. I informed customer about the condition of the system and let him know that there is a significant chance the system has a leak in it. Went over leak search pricing and discussed replacement as well. Customer is planning to replace the system next year and wanted to see if this unit will get him through the summer. He had to add refrigerant to the unit last year and it held up. So he wanted to just charge it for now, and see if it can make it through the summer again. I advised him that I couldnâ€™t guarantee that it would last the summer. I added 30ozs of R22 to the system to get proper readings. Unit is cooling properly the best it can given the condition of it. Told customer to give us a call when they want to move f
No cool. Found and replaced bad condenser fan motor and capacitor. Checked operation. All amps and pressures are good. System is operating normally
I arrived for a new customer no cool call. I first spoke with the homeowner Blake and found that they have two systems, one upstairs and one downstairs. We first inspected the upstairs system and found multiple major issues with the system. We found the duct work to be missing itâ€™s insulation and completely disconnected or mangled to spreads by animals. I we also found the evaporator coil to be non accessible due to the location itâ€™s installed in. The frame work of the roof like in blocking the doors and the system is installed so close to the roof line there is no room to connect duct work to properly. I suggested to have the system and duct work replaced due to the poor condition of the complete system. We then inspected the downstairs system and found the furnace to be located in the basement and the furnace is sitting in about 1/2â€ to 1â€ of water. I inspected the evaporator coil and found it to be clean but extremely rusted. The duct work to the downstairs is in fair condit
26APR2022 Jason B Arrived for a not cooling well, spoke with Tenants about issue, everything comes on but no cold air. Looked over entire system. Found cause of the no cool to be dual run cap out at the AC. Also found growth forming in the coil, and around the indoor equipment. Spoke with Homeowner about issues, we agreed to replace capacitor with a turbo (5yr warranty) and clean the indoor coils. I am waiving the cost of the coil cleaning as I could not get it as clean as it should be. System is running properly at this time.
Performed preventative maintenance on furnace. Changed out filters for customer. Inspected the blower assembly, motor, capacitor, electrical components, burners, flame sensor, ignitor, gas valve, inducer motor and overall condition of equipment. Cleaned flame sensor and dust off the burners and components. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, amps, temperatures and gas pressure. System is heating properly within manufactured specifications at this time.
Arrived for new customer no cool. Spoke with homeowner about systems performance, itâ€™s blowing, but not cooling. Cycled system on at the thermostat. Inspected coil and found evidence of a bad leak at the lineset connection. Coil is badly rusted. Inspected Heat pump. Found compressor pulling a vacuum on the lines. Contactor is badly pitted. Fan and compressor pulling properly amps. Spoke with Homeowner about repair vs replace options. We decided to hold off on repairs for now until we can have a senior tech out to talk about replacement options. Mercury mechanical stat Cap 48/50 7.8/7.5 Fan amps 1.2 Compressor amps 10.8 R-22 system with fixed orifice Leaking at lineset connection with coil. Tech lead.
Duct cleaning inspection, customer had an air duct come loose from the plenum and a booster fan go out. The repairs were done, but insulation got pulled into the ductwork. Customer just needs ducts cleaned today. Will give Military Appreciation discount for their service. Customer already removed supplies. Inspected ductwork in attic and spoke with customer about adding extra plenum to the supply to get optimal static pressure. This in turn helps distribute air more evenly throughout the home. Duct cleaned 11 supplies and 2 returns with 2 to 6 passes each. Sprayed in hospital grade disinfectant spray and left fan to cycle for 15 minutes to help cover the entire duct runs. Went over filtration tips and recommended having supply boots sealed to keep attic insulation from getting pulled in through the cracks.
This is an estimate to replace the existing 12x24 return grills with 14x30 and increase the size of the returns from 12â€ ducts to 16â€. System is a 3 1/2 ton system with a 3/4 line set. I recommended increasing the copper line set to 7/8.
Came out to inspect supply ductwork with video camera, I was only able to move camera about 8 feet into trunk lines at most, due to sand coming into ducts. I saw no major breaks at the joints that I could see with camera, though. I went to garage air handler, and found the plenum to have a significant amount of sand it was letting in. After going over options with customer, they would like us to come back and remove the air handler with other work being done (increasing returns and suction line), shop vac as much sand from plenum and surrounding ducts as possible and seal bottom of plenum with concrete. Will coordinate to have all work done at same time. Since we were unable to see the entire duct system, we cannot warranty any of the in slab work from future water intrusion, or fill sand coming into ductwork.
Came out to give estimate for some repairs or possible replacement. After discussing with customer about options and looking over what he had, I gave him options on what I recommended be done to help his unit work more efficiently and effectively.
Blue shield fall service. Blower motor is ECM, run capacitor not required, motor and wheel are clean, hot surface ignitor checked good, cleaned and checked flame sensor, pressure switch checked good, inducer motor run load amps are within mfg specs, roll switches (2) checked good, high limit switch checked good, manifold pressure is3.5 in wc, within mfg specs, cycled system with tstat, system operating normally. Carbon monoxide - 0 ppm. There is only 1- 14 x 24 x 1 filter for 2100 sq. ft. Office to set up time for estimate to size system.
On August 17, 2021 I arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival I greeted the customer and went to the thermostat to turn the system on to check system operations after that I went to the furnace I open the blower compartment check the blower wheel blower bearings both are good check the motor itself it was good is not hot did amp draws units pulling 3.7 A checked capacitor 10 ÂµF reading 10 ÂµF open the evaporator coil to check to see if his dirty it was not it was clean after that I went to the condensing unit checked the capacitor is a 45 5 ÂµF and it read 43 three uf recommended replacement Due to it being out of tolerance customer agreed install new capacitor did amp drawls Checked contactor and check the charge the unit had 8Â° sub cooling in the system called for 10 are they disassembled washed reassembled and tested system operations as well as changing 2-14 x 30 x 1 filters Everythingâ€™s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike t