Andrew did great, knows his stuff and took care of us.
They did a nice job, turns out we have a fried system.
Available, courteous, ease of scheduling work
Jose was a very knowledgeable and professional HVAC technician. A pleasant person as well and a credit to LBA.
Had a service call on an install from last year, no issues with install, still running great. Tech was professional and good to work with.
Very courteous, professional and helpful! LBA also fit me in when I needed the service asap!
Rigo did an excellent job and was a very likeable as well as professional.
Arrived quickly, explained the issues so we could understand them.
The saleman, Scott, was very professional and quick to respond to any problems/questions. Jim and Mason who installed my Ruud split heat pump system did an exceptional job. The troubleshooter Eric was extremely impressive. LBA is definitely top-shelf in this field.
Andrew did a great job installing my humidifier!
Mike arrived sooner than I expected, got right to workv and quickly homed in on the problem -- gnawed wiring. Repair was fast, and he advised me on future maintenance.
Always looking forward for rusty's arrival
Mike Carter is an amazing plumber who knows what he is doing and talking about.
Checked all operations in the cooling mode and inspected the furnace filter. Checked all electrical and refrigerant components. All electrical and refrigerant components were good at this time. The condenser coil was very dirty and upon customer approval we preformed an extensive coil cleaning. System is operating properly at this time.
Plumbing Repair near Allcutt Ave. I came out to the residence to begin installing a new drain trap in the shower of the master suite bathroom to alleviate the issue of hair clogging the drains. The client expressed their gratitude for the assistance, and the installation process proceeded seamlessly. The new drain trap will effectively prevent hair from causing further blockages, ensuring improved drainage for the client.
Estimate for belt replacement on Rtu 1(ax47)
Estimate for condensate trap replacement on Rtu 2&3 4/27/23– replaced condensate traps on unit 2&3
Arrived to AC tuneup. Upon arrival I spoke with the customer who showed me the location of the furnace and air conditioner. I began by checking the systems static pressure. Here I found it to be extremely high so high that it had my magnahelic maxed out. Next I checked for proper temp split and blower operation. The blower wheel has started to develop debris build up. On the outdoor unit the compressor, fan, and capacitor performed within spec. The refrigerant temps and pressures showed proper heat transfer. I am having my supervisor out to solve the high static pressure issue. System running upon departure.
On-site determined location of meters for each business. Meter in front of ATF and Salvation Army are same service. Meter on NW corner of roadway serves Dollar Tree. Also sending over estimates for electric water heater and mechanical meter for Salvation Army.
Performed maintenance on 3 rtu’s washed out condenser coils that had been plugged. Unit 1 had a ax46 belt that is cracked and going to fail (sending estimate). Units 2 and 3 both needed to have repairs made on the condensate lines. Repair the lines and replacing both damaged traps. No other issues found at this time everything functioning per manufacturer specifications.
3/22 SIGNED ESTIMATE ATTACHED Replace the existing Lennox 60,000 btu combination unit with gas heat serial 5605B10546 marked as #23. Price includes a York 60,000 btu combination unit with gas heat, custom curb adapter and outdoor electrical disconnect.
Arrived to hvac call to go over a previously diagnosed cracked heat exchanger. I checked the systems total static pressure in the cooling mode and found it to be at .9” W.C. while the system is rated .5” W.C. Recorded all data so we can give a quote not only on replacement of the system but to also fix air flow issues. I also found the heat exchanger to be cracked and red tagged the furnace. Scott will be out shortly to quote repairs and replacement.
Completed unit evaluation roof top unit SN: 5605B10546 Found burnt wire harness and blower motor and evaporator has leak caused from electric short.other problems may exist beyond these visible problems.
Completed heating tune up today. Upon arrival customer informed me of heat pump not running. Set call for heat and found that the low pressure switch was open. Hooked up gauges and found system to be flat on refrigerant. Discussed performing leak search with customer. Customer told me he is selling home to a contractor in the summer and that he has to leave to go to Leavenworth and didn’t want me to do the leak search as he doesn’t have time. I made sure that the customer understands that the AC won’t run this summer if he is still here due to low refrigerant levels. Customer understands this and still chose to have me go and will think about options. Heat strips are operating properly and there is still heat in the home. Thank you for choosing LBA services. Your technician today, Jake.
Checked all operations in the heating mode and inspected the furnace filter. Checked all electrical components and completed a combustion analysis of the furnace. All electrical components were operating properly at this time. Today I found that there was a crack present in the heat exchanger meaning there’s a risk of carbon monoxide being leaked into the home. The crack was most likely caused by airflow issues with the boot coming to a square ninety and the blower also being extensively dirty. The system is currently nine years old and due to the age and condition of the system customer is looking into replacement before deciding to make repairs.
Company came out for estimates on water softener replacement system.
Checked all operations in the heating mode and inspected the furnace filter. Checked all electrical components and completed a combustion analysis of the furnace. Furnace was burning fuel properly and all electrical components were good as well. Today I talked with the customer about having a electrostatic filter installed to protect the system and improve air quality. System is operating properly at this time.
12-28-22 wed<br> Break room and crew bathroom no heat.<br> <br> Spoke to Mike on site<br> Showed me where the split system furnace is for the break room.<br> <br> Visually the furnace control board, hanging from its wires and not mounted.<br> The blower wheel casing is extremely hard to the touch.<br> The blower motor is not hot at all.<br> Set the thermostat for heat. With a cold for heat the control board LED light is not lighting up.<br> When I moved the board the light came on and the burner ignition start it.<br> Burners came on but when call for the blower, motor only hummed.<br> I did check the motor run capacitor, it’s OK.<br> <br> Answer about 15 seconds the LED light on the board tripped off again. <br> <br> The blower motor needs to be replaced also the control board is failing.<br> The ignition glow coil is in pretty bad condition lotta calcium buildup.<br> The inducer motor casing looks that have been quite hot.<br> <br> I spoke to Mike about the quote to replace the uni