Doug and Edwin came by to help assess a noise in our water pipes. The water main needed some pieces replaced. They were early and quick. Not sure if the price was good, but they seemed to know what they were doing and did it with a smile!
Justin was very courteous and helpful. He arrived quickly and fixed the the sink that had no water pressure after having someone work on the water main earlier today.
Alek is an asset to LBA. He was prompt to the appointment. He conducted himself in a professional manner and handled his tasks with efficacy.
Ryan quickly figured out the problem and made the repair. Great service!
Both guys were great. Did amazing work & super nice. Felt terrible it poured heavy most of the day with them needing to work partially outside
LBA has always taking good care of me And my company
Great service and Lauren was very professional! Best wishes always to the entire staff at LBA!
Michael arrived on time, which is a really big thing. For both our safety, he was wearing a mask and gloves. He explained what he needed to do inside and outside and took the time to answer some of my questions, which I appreciated. Very pleased with the service and courtesy.
A/C was low on charge causing it to not cool properly. Customer chose bandaid repair which allowed me to recharge A/C to proper pressures and temperatures. Checked temperature drop. A/C is operating under manufacture specs.
Arrived in site to complete service on the unit in room 301, and service the unit in room 407. Room 301 was suffering from an obstruction at the TXV. 2.5 lbs of R410A was reclaimed, the unit pressurized with dry nitrogen and evacuated. The run capacitor for the compressor was out of tolerance and was replaced with a new 30mfd run capacitor. Per manufacturers recommendation, 2.75lbs of new R410A was added to the system and system performance was evaluated. The system was providing A19Â° temp split and is operating properly at this time. Room 407 was observed to be running with low pressures, consistent with a low charge. Approx .75 lbs (11 oz) of R410A was added to system. Compressor run capacitor was observed way out of tolerance. New 30mfd run capacitor was installed. Unit performance was evaluated and observed to be within the manufacturers specifications. Unit was providing an 18Â° temp split. Five pounds of R410A is cumulative amount from 4 and 5 June 2020.
Upon arrival kitchen sink had low flow. Removed aerator and found some debris blocking it. Asked customer to check all other fixtures in home to make sure they were working properly. They were. Replaced aerator
I performed a safety and maintenance inspection on the cooling system. The work I performed included, changing the air filter, cleaning the condensate drain, checking temperature readings, 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
Installed new entrance valve with Watts 3/4â€ pressure reducing valve and set to 80 psi. In front wall threw access cover. Cleaned up and checked for leaks.
Conducted CPMA on (1) Rtusystem system.. Inspected all electrical and mechanical cooling operations. Inspected all motors and capacitors electrical tolerances. Inspected condition of the blower wheel, and belts. Cleaned all outdoor coils, and replaced all filters. All deficiencies have been quoted for repair. ***Blower belt has been replaced. Blower belt is worn and cracked, will need to be replaced to prevent unit failures.
Customer is aware that there is a lack of air flow closed some dampers and push air toward other rooms.
Arrived on site to address lack if cooling in apartment 301. Unit acted low on refrigerant by demonstrating low subcooling and low pressures. Just under one pound of R410A was added to system. System started immediately acting as if it has an obstruction at the TXV. The TXV started freezing at the diaphragm, making the system build high pressures and going out due to the high pressure. A repair proposal will be forwarded to ripped the TXV, filter drier and add new R410A. Apartment 305 was not cooling. Upon investigation of unit, the distributor tubes were encased in ice. I de-iced the hit and observed low pressures with 0 subcooling. The system requires 6-8Â° of subcooling. Just under one pound of R410A was added to system. 7Â° of subcooling was observed as unit was providing a 19Â° temperature split and is operating purposely at this time.
Upon arrival the customer informed me that their Rheem AC system was running but it wasnâ€™t able to satisfy the thermostat. After completing further investigations I discovered that the refrigerant circuit was low on refrigerant as well as the VEC testing outside of tolerance. I then performed an electronic refrigerant leak search and I was unable to locate any large obvious leaks. I spoke with the customer about my discoveries and presented repair options. The customer chose the silver level HJ8C main refrigerant system renovation option. Work completed was replacing the VEC which also had a MLPWC of $125.25, adding 410A to the refrigerant circuit to bring it within the manufacturers tolerances, administering a direct inject refrigerant circuit sealer and performance and safety testing. After completing the repair I recorded a 18.5Â° temperature difference across the indoor coil and a sub cooling value of 9.4 and the manufacturer requires 9. I encouraged the customer to sign up for o
Arrived on site to address lack of cooling on west side of bldg served by Daikin VRV system. System is showing a loss in communication between inside units and condensers, and Joe wasn't able to remotely control the system. Reviewed manufacturer documentation to diagnose connection problems. Contacted Daikin support and observed there was an additional loss of communication between the master and slave condensers. Connection was re established between condensers and finally with inside units. The system takes considerable time to re establish connections. Connections between units and management system will be checked in the morning to see if the connections have positively been re established.
Lennox split system not operating. The compressor has failed, contactor has fail, and 30 amp breaker has failed. The outdoor unit will need to be replaced. A replacement quote has been submitted.
Apon arrival I found that the system was low on refridgerant. I found that the system was leaking from the heat media transfer coil. I gave customer estimates and she decided to go with the platinum option. I charged system to get the system temporarily working before the install can be done and completed all work on outdoor system.
Lennox RTU leaking condensation into the space below. The condensation p-trap was found detached from the drain pan, not allowing for proper drainage. P-trap has been reinstalled, unit is draining properly.
Checked all electrical and mechanical components. I changed the filters and washed out the coil and flushed out the condensate drain.
I performed a safety and maintenance inspection on the Trane AC system. During my inspection I discovered a couple of things I found concerning. First was the growth near the outdoor condenser coil. I explained to the customer that they should do some landscaping to keep vines and stuff from growing on and near the condenser to prevent damage to the OFM and extend the life of the equipment as much as possible. I also found that copper lines inside the condenser were rubbing against a door and I have included pictures for records. There are several grooves etched in the copper lines that contain refrigerant. At this point there are no active leaks that I could find and the refrigerant circuit is within the manufacturers tolerances also. I bent the copper lines inward and bent the door outward and I believe I have created enough space to stop the progression of rubbing a hole in the refrigerant circuit. I spoke to the customer about his as well and explained that hopefully we avoided a m