Mr. Vasquez did a fine job in spite of the killer hear wave. Found and fixed an issue in one of the modules that was functioning, but that would have caused problems later on. Nice. Thanks
Jose Perez was great. Answered all our questions and figured out the problem. Definitely would recommend him.
LBA technician, Jose Perez, was knowledgeable and courteous. He figured out the problem with my A/C right away. Thank you so much.
Lauren did an outstanding job.
Andrew is AWESOME. His Customer Service skills are second to none. I was considering leaving LBA due to several service issues I had prior to meeting Andrew. He takes the time to explain the work done and answers all of my questions. He is courteous and respectful, and frankly, he is the reason why I renewed my P3 membership.
Always thorough and professional
Thank you for everything
Professional and informative
Justin was really nice, went through all the options, was very quick and efficient! We also go to LBA and every time we get great service.
Upon arrival floor drain in mechanical room was holding water. Augered 3â€ floor drain. No major obstructions hit. No debris on cable Recommend flushing drain with water monthly via bucket or hose.
After attempting to level the existing pad to find out it wasnâ€™t the best option we have decided that to appropriately repair the condenser pad is to remove the existing pad entirely. Work included will be to pump down the system and isolate all refrigerant within the outdoor condenser, remove the condenser from the pad, break up and remove the existing concrete pad, using customer provided fill dirt we will fill the footprint and tamp creating a solid base, using customer provided landscaping rock we will cover the area with rock and level the area the new condenser pad will sit on, install new composite condenser pad, reinstall condenser unit and conduct safety and performance testing. The additional diagnostic fee charged on 6-4-20 will be credited towards this repair. If you have any questions please call the office and they will be able to get you in contact with myself or another capable technician to address those questions. If you would like to move forward with this repair s
Performed an air conditioner tuneup and safety inspection. Air condition is operating and performed to manufacture specification based on compressor running amps fan motor running amps and refrigerant levels. Compressor enhancer was not secured properly and made contact with metal. My fault, replaced part. Performed a safety inspection, secured all electronic Enhancers and made sure all low voltage and high voltage wiring were stable and secure. all drains are draining properly.
Perform maintenance inspection on a Lennox air conditioner. Check all the electrical components and refrigerant for proper pressures and temperatures. Checked air filter and temperature split. Washed outdoor coil. Air conditioner is currently operating under manufacture specs. Customer wanted pricing on a zoning system.
Upon arrival the womenâ€™s first floor bathroom toilet in the last stall wouldnâ€™t full tank up with water anymore also the flapper was in bad condition. I preformed a tank rebuild by changing out the old fill valve and flapper with new ones. I also replaced the old metal supply line with a braided supply line going to the fill valve. I turned the water back on and tested for leaks. There were no leaks and everything tested good.
Tested all operations after customer let system completely thaw and everything tested as it should at this time
Upon arrival customer took me to the master bath or the right side lavatory pop-up was leaking I made simple adjustment .And charge trip charge no warranty.
Found that ac was frozen and I was unable to diagnose the issue due to the amount of ice on coil. Recommended having us back out tomorrow after system had time to thaw
Performed maintenance inspection on a 16 year old carrier. Checked all the electrical components and refrigerant for proper pressures and temperatures. Air conditioner is amping a little high due to age. AC is operating under manufacture specs.
Checked the Trane Rtu #2 for condensate leak into the space below. Found the leak from around the penetrations into the return section bottom for the wiring. Sealed the penatrations. Noted to David Hughes that the insulation is missing from the return air door allowing the door to sweat into the bottom of the return section. Recommended that the door be insulated if the leak returns.
Installed air scrubber plus and performed chemical wash on outdoor coil
Checked the Trane Rtu serial L041011390D mark #4 for no cool. Found the low voltage fuse on the ECM board open due to a shorted #2 contactor coil. Replaced the contactor and fuse. Also found the #1 contactor not rated for the compressor amp draw. Replaced the #1 contactor. Warrantied the #2 contactor as it was recently replaced during the PM by LBA.
Found that system was low on refrigerant. Fixed leak under warranty and charged system. Informed customer to let system thaw before running ac
System will not accept refrigerant, system will not corporate and compressor will not come out of lockout
Found unit #1 frozen, shut unit off and thawed out system. Discovered system low on refrigerant causing system to freeze up. Added 5lbs of refrigerant to set proper superheat and subcooling.