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
On July 27, 2021 I rode to a new customer nonmember upon arrival agree to the customer and they stated that the upstairs unit was not cooling went to the upstairs unit turn the thermostat on furnace kicked on immediately start blowing air went to the outdoor unit to check it it was running with the fan was spinning backwards or the capacitor checked it and it went from one microfarads all way to 130 ÂµF install new capacitor tested the system Fenster spin the right way check the chargedAnd did I am drawls everything is working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
04JUL2021 Jason B Arrived to new customer no cool, spoke with Brody about systems performance. Found contactor not making proper connection at AC. discussed options. With customer permission we agreed to do a tune up and replace the contactor. Inspected coil, blower cabinet, motor and all electrical components at the furnace. Inspected pressures, capacitors, fan, and compressor. Washed out condenser coils. Replaced damaged out of warranty contactor. Cycled system back on. Changed filters. 14x24 and 14x30. These are 3-month filters. Found returns undersized for system. This is a 3.5ton concord system with 1 14â€ and 1 10â€ return. Your system requires 1400 cfm for ideal performance you currently have 750 cfm. I recommend increasing both existing returns to 16â€ flex and cutting in a new return in the room thatâ€™s struggling to keep up.
On June 7, 2021 arrive to a previous customer nonmember upon arrival I greeted the customer high then inspected the furnace and aunt drawls and check the blower are then went to the condenser I checked the charge the components and then disassembled washed the condenser reassembled and tested system operations everythingâ€˜s working properly at this time thank you for your business Mike T
Gave customer estimate for replacement of a 4 ton unit that supplies one side of the home, and two 3 ton systems that supply the other half the home. Customer stated that the 4 ton system was more important to replace at this time than the other two but still wanted an idea cost wise to see if they could do them all at one time.
I arrived to inspect and replace multiple systems located in the drop ceiling of a multiple story system. I first inspected the systems and found that we would have to replace duct along with the systems there self. I suggested to replace the system with multi head mini split systems and avoid having to remove the grid ceiling throughout the building to replace multiple systems. We decided to bid mini splits in all rooms that need a new system. I bid room 6 to have its own system on its own controls. I bid the training room and 4 offices to have there own controlled rooms. We also bid to install a system in the new HS room on its own system. This is 4 separate systems that will take care of 7 rooms. Each room will have its own controls in the same room and every room can be controlled to the likings of the occupiers. Each unit can also be controlled by WiFi of the person that is over the building and can turn off systems when the building is not in use all from their phone. Each system
Performed tune up on system for new customer. She was referenced to us by OG&E. I did a thorough inspection of the entire HVAC System. AC and evaporator coil are from 2005 and the heater is from 1980. Customer already changed filter recently. I checked blower operation, evaporator coil, drain, ductwork and overall condition. Checked thermostat operation, wiring, capacitor, contactor, compressor, fan motor, amps, temperatures and pressures of condenser. Contactor was pitted and needed replacement. Customer didnâ€™t want to replace it at this time. Overall system is still operating properly, but I do strongly recommend the system be replaced soon.
Duct cleaning, blower wheel cleaning and evaporator coil cleaning.
Duct cleaning home with floor ducts.
Duct clean return restoration and biological growth remediation.
Compressor change out