Izzy was very knowledgeable. Friendly and professional. Would recommend to a friend.
Aaron was professional and friendly. One you can trust to make a genuine recommendation for your home and HVAC system. Thank you LBA.
Felt very comfortable with visit. Welcome rusty back to work on our unit again. Knowledgeable and professional.
Excellent service via knowledgable professional
I thought the service we had was wonderful. The LBA employee was very professional and did a wonderful job. It was one of my best visits from a heating and air visit.
Checked all operations in the heating mode. Performed combustion analysis on the furnace. Performed a humidifier tuneup. Furnace filter was OK at this time. Cleaned out housing of furnace and humidifier. Furnace is heating properly and humidifier is humidifying properly.
Checked all operations and found that the system had major restriction issues due to the failures and problems customers going to look into replacement.
Customer stated that the a/c outside would kick on than kick off for certain time. After further diagnostic discovered that the a/c was tripping on the plenum discharge sensor when zone 2 was the only zone calling for cool. The only to correct and keep the discharge sensor from tripping is to open up the barometric damper to lower air pressure and cool properly. A/C is currently operating under manufacture specifications.
Upon arrival customer stated the neither the furnace or a/c would kick on. After further diagnostic discovered that the fuse was blown. Replaced fuse and I still wasnâ€™t receiving any control voltage. Than discovered that the voltage conversion transformer had failed. Replaced transformer to test where the low voltage short was coming from. Discovered that the inline fuse that was protecting the transformer is bypassed internally in the circuit board and not protecting the transformer. After further investigation discover that the outdoor voltage distributor is whatâ€™s causing the short. Informed the customer that to get system properly fixed we would have to replace the outdoor voltage distributor, the voltage conversion transformer, and the electronic control board. The customer approved to only get the voltage conversion transformer to at least have heat running. I did inform him in order to prevent shorting out another transformer I would have to disconnect the control wires that
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Estimate for gas line to stove. Proper sizing requires a 3/4â€ line
Installed new fan blade to complete the work previously formed system is clean and operation within factory specifications.
Upon arrival found that the outdoor exhaust removal system and the Voltage enhancement system has failed. After speaking with the customer customer chose gold option allowing me to rebuild the outdoor electrical control panel, replace the exhaust removal system, and return at a later date after ordering parts to perform extensive cleaning as well as to replace the outdoor exhaust removal fan blades. System was slightly low on refrigerant due to customer being a good customer and choosing a top option I went ahead and recharged the outdoor unit back to factory specifications. (Adding the refrigerant is not included in the 18 month warranty) everything else done it covered. System is cooling properly at this time.
Checked all operators in the cooling mode. Replaced furnace filter that was very dirty. Checked all electrical and refrigerant components outdoors and found the system. To be low on refrigerant. Upon customers request I added refrigerant and internal leak sealer to the system. System is now cooling within factory specifications.
Installed two heads mitsubishi mini split
Apon arrival I found that the refridgerant in your system was overcharged, I gave estimate to have refridgerant removed and customer excepted, after removing refridgerant system cooled as it should, before removing refridgerant the superheat was 1 degree and after I removed refridgerant it was 24 degrees as factory specifications recommend. Thanks for having me out today, Eli
Preformed a whole home plumbing inspection and gave them a quoted them on a new 50 gallon gas water heater. The old 40 gallon gas water heater is 8 years old and doesnâ€™t have a expansion tank. There water pressure is at 80 psi but informed the customer that a pressure regulator would only help if the city decided to turn the water pressure up. Last I quoted the customer on a new outside faucet on the front of the house. Also quoted them a yearly p3
I performed a safety and maintenance inspection on the cooling system. The work I performed included, changing air filter, cleaning the condensate drain, checking temperature split, checking amp readings, and cleaning the outdoor coil. After my inspection I found that the system is operating within factory specifications at this time. Thank you
Found that thermostat had failed. Gave customer options to replace. He decided to sign up on maintenance agreement and have us come back out to install thermostat after he bought his own. Thanks for having me out today, Eli
, I tested all safety operation, checked refrigerant, checked all electrical operation and everything tested as it should. Performed chemical coil wash Turned off humidifier. Thanks for having me out today