LBA has some great HVAC techs, especially Austin who has been to our facility several times. Very thorough, diagnoses the problem, explains it to me, and then fixes it.
Excellent work and clean up.....
Rick came out and reset our thermostats for our front office area and showed us how to program the thermostat and lock our settings in. Rick to the rescue... again!
The young man who did our service was friendly and efficient.
Check a.c. Unit in room 205 for water leak. Found condensate drain coogged. Clean drain lines and float tray. The unit is drain fine now.
Bad element again , ordered parts
Checked the 24,000 btu Comfort Pack self contained unit for no cool. Found the condenser plugged causing the low capacity condition. Washed the condenser. Started the unit and verified operation. Found the evaporator split 16-17 deg after repairs. Noted to the customer that the compressor is noisy but pumping normal at this time. Compressor has been stressed due to the high pressure condition from the plugged condenser. Replaced the filter that was removed by the customer.
Did a whole home plumbing inspection and gave the customers quotes
Checked all operations of both units and found unit to be: 22Â° and charge correctly at this time found both units to be extensively dirty cleaned both units with an extensive coil clean r and tested all operations system is cooling within factory specifications if customer is still having issues we will come back access the heat load that is in the space.
Estimate to install water lines
Flue pipe, voltage enhancement component, outdoor safety disconnect. I performed a safety and maintenance inspection on both the furnace and AC systems. The furnace I found to be operating within the manufacturers tolerances. However, I do have concerns with the flue piping that is in place due to the condition and how it is affecting the furnace. I recommend the flue pipe be removed and replaced from both the hot water heater and the furnace all the way to the double wall piping at the ceiling. The AC system I discovered a very heavy buildup of cotton/dirt/debris on the outdoor heat transfer media. I offered to perform a chemical cleaning of said coil but the customer declined. Additionally, I discovered there to be a faults within the voltage enhancement component and the outdoor safety disconnect. The voltage enhancement component is currently operating outside of the manufacturers tolerance which indicates an oncoming failure. I recommend repairs be made to avoid a no cooling sit
Cabled master shower drain , pulled hair ball out , tested all ok.
Checked all operations in the cooling mode. Checked all electrical components on the outdoor unit. Washed out the outdoor unit as well as changing the furnace filter. Spoke with customer about getting back on P3 agreement which customer did not want to do so at this time. System is operating within factory specifications at this time.
Conducted preventative maintenance on all RTU systems. Inspected all electrical and mechanical cooling functions. Checked the condition of blower wheels, belts, capacitors, and motors. Cleaned all outdoor coils, and washable filters. All air filters have been changed. All discrepancies found have been quoted for repair.
Check all operations in the cooling mode. Checked all operations In the heating mode. Iâ€™m not housing furnace and washed out the outdoor unit cleaned all safety sensors and checked all electrical and refrigeration components. Went over air purification products with the customer due to indoor air quality issues they were having and sent customer an email quote. Furnace filter of at this time. The outdoor unit was extremely dirty at this time which could have caused premature damage to some of the equipment no damage was seen at this time tho. Explained to the customer to only keep one filter in the system to prevent from overworking the air movement
Checked the 18,000 btu mitsubishi mini split for the IT room in suite 200 for no cool. Found the unit low on refrigerant. Leak searched the system and found a leak at the suction line flare fitting at the indoor section. Repaired the leak by tightening the connection. Added R410a to the proper charge. Evaporator split was 24 deg after repairs with the indoor blower on high. Warranty as we were here for the same repair on 7/29/19.
Arrived to move refrigerant piping. Moved piping so new water heater can be put in. Do not move pipe anymore than what it is now. Pipe is not kinked at this time.
Found high voltage wiring coming into unit burned. Removed burned wire insulation and cleaned connection. Reset system disconnect. Checked system operations. System operating within factory specifications at this time.
Upon arrival customer stated air commissioner was not turning on the day before. Or conditioner has worked properly today cooling to the proper temperatures with a 20Â° temperature split and went through all electrical fittings and tightened all electrical fittings at this time. Was unable to find a reason the unit would not turn on at this time.