I called LBA because we have an older unit and I knew I could trust them. The fix was simple and performed quickly. Glad I didn't have to replace the entire unit yet, but when it comes time to replace, will definitely call LBA back out.
The service people were very nice, proficient and courteous.
Service was performed in a timely fashion and I was made aware of what steps of the process was being done. Any questions I had about HVAC not even related to the current service was answered.
Checked the building for high humidity complaint. Found the building with 55% humidity and room temps 71 deg. Checked the thermostats and found all of the fans set to run 6 am to 10 pm continuously causing the recycling of the humidity. Set all of the stats to fan auto mode to prevent the recycling of the humidity.
Installed 3 ton Lba hero series outdoor condenser, with matching cased coil, and a 60k btu Lba hero series furnace. Also installed a aprilaire wi-fi thermostat.
Today I performed the preventive maintenance for the cooling season. I washed the coil and cleaned out the P-trap. I took amp draw readings of the blower motor and the compressor. Checked the condition of the blower wheel, belt, and pulleys.I got a temperature split between the return and supply. Checks the contactor and capacitor and I changed the filters
Conducted PM equipment site survey.
I performed the full preventative maintenance today. I replaced the filters, also checked the heat exchanger, capacitor, flame signal, amp draws, and contactor. The unit is operating properly at this time.
Checked all operations in the heating mode. Performed a combustion analysis on furnace. Examined heat exchanger. Cleaned all safety sensors. Equipment is operating within factory specifications. Furnace filter was OK at this time. Drain lines were OK at this time for hvac system. Re-insulated outdoor refrigeration lines. Repaired garbage disposal to allow garbage disposal to operate under factory specifications. Systems are now operating properly.
Installed (1) 4 ton Carrier rooftop unit. This installation included the following: â— (1) 4 ton Carrier roof top unit. â— Disposal of old unit. â— Hail Guard. â— Disconnect. â— Economizer. â— Thermostat. â— All electrical, gas, condensate tie ins. â— Start up and commissioning. â— (1) year labor and material warranty.
Checked all operations in the heating mode. System has taking Water that couldâ€™ve caused premature damage to the unit. Equipment was operating within factory specifications at this time so itâ€™s possible that no damage was done but there is a water line that was high enough to where the water was inside the furnace. Cleaned all safety systems and tested all operations.
I inspected the rooftop unit in cooling and heating mode. I found the system unsafe to operate due to a very large crack in the heat exchanger. The power is turned off to the unit for safety. I have left a quote for repair. But due to age of the system we will be leaving. A quote for replacement.
Cleared debris from inducer motor housing on unit #7 & reset board configuration on unit 1 on roof. Systems are online and operating within factory specifications at this time.
Installed battery back up sump pump, whole house dehumidifier.
***VEC failed*** ***Air movement system fault motor shaft has side to side movement*** I performed a safety and maintenance inspection on the furnace. During my inspection I discovered a couple of different faults. First fault was the voltage enhancement component tested outside of the manufacturers tolerances which tells me that it is near failure. The second fault was within the air movement system. The motor bearings are failing which allows the motor shaft to have side to side movement. If repairs are not made, either component failing would lead to a no heat situation and could also possibly cause damage to the heat exchanger due to overheating. I presented repair options to the customer and at their request I will attach quotes for repairs so they may go over them with their spouse. I also spoke to the customer about our P3 membership but again the customer would like to speak with their spouse before making decision. After completing my inspection and going over my findings wit
Arrived to find that the condensate trap was plugged in causing water to overflow from the condensate pan. The condensate trap was plugged. This was caused by excess oil on the evaporator coil from the manufacture when they make the coil. I flushed the drain line and the drain is now flowing properly. I also checked refrigerant level and it is within factory specifications. The system is operating properly at this time.
Found water for irrigation Will be tested tomorrow Tested backflow device all passed
We were called about a backflow test. I opened pit to access backflow and preform test. No water to backflow has been disconnected. They do not have a functioning irrigation system