Thanks Corbin for a thorough inspection and service of our HVAC system.
Need to keep him around is and will be one of your best employees
We were very pleased with Jacob’s attention to details and the evaluation of the condition of our heat pump. Repairs were done the same day .
Noah did a great job.
Step by step breakdown and solution of problem and findings. Work completed immediately.
Everyone from LBA has been professional and checked everything out completely.
After installed our new thermostat, Nick took time to show how it works & new features that our old one didn't have & equipment we'll probably need next year
Scheduled a service call for my air conditioning system; the guys were spot on time and after showing them the unit in the basement and outside. They did what was necessary to the unit and sat down with me to discuss their Family Plan which I took advantage of. I would highly recommend LBA for AC servicing work; extremely professional.
Nick was prompt and explained everything well! Very courteous!
Arrived to furnace maintenance. Upon arrival I made my way to the indoor unit. Here the flame sensor (cleaned), ignitor, inducer motor, and blower all performed within spec. I performed a combustion analysis with this being proper as well. The air filter was still in good condition. I performed a humidifier tuneup by replacing the humidifier pad and cleaning its housing. HVAC running upon departure.
Company arrived Thursday, September 22 of 2022. The customers having issues with one side of their kitchen sink backing up. Upon arrival company determined the issue to be specific to one branch of the kitchen drain before they both tie together. Company removed the P-trap and cleared both the trap and run of the drain pipe. Company then reassembled the p-trap and tested for functionality. Company verified with the customer and can conclude the drain is functioning properly at this time. Thank you for choosing LBA and have a great day.
Company arrive to home Thursday, September 22, 2022. Customer was having a leaky faucet. I replaced the seats and springs and cartridge in the faucet. I turned water back on and checked for leaks, everything functioning properly. Thanks for choosing LBA.
Performed a heating maintenance checked all operations check filter replaced filter upon customer request check drain lines check temperature split check all electrical components check blower motor check inducer motor clear inducer port clean flame sensor check igniter check CO levels check heat exchanger check for gas leaks check humidifier set humidifier to winter system is running within manufacturer specifications system was running when I left thank you for having me out today Alex View visual findings from this job here - https://visionshare.xoi.io/?id=XA-0D78-6A8CF3BEABB74A6FA4FB0146EF14DB99
Completed heating tune up today. Gas pressure is in range. Tested downstairs unit in low and high stage heat. Performed combustion analysis in the flue and everything checked out today. Cleaned furnace. Replaced humidifier pad for customer and tested humidifier and it is working properly at this time. Flame sensors tested in range. Accidentally missed step on ceiling joist in attic and stepped on ceiling and it is cracked slightly. We will send someone out to repair this issue. I apologize for my mistake. Thank you for choosing LBA services. Your technician today, Jake. View visual findings from this job here - https://visionshare.xoi.io/?id=XA-0D78-69903F53220A4B79B499CAB249C3E6D5
Arrived to HVAC maintenance. Upon arrival made my way to the indoor unit. Here the flame sensor (cleaned), ignitor, inducer motor, and blower performed within spec. The combustion analysis showed proper burning. I performed a safety inspection of the heat exchanger finding rust and pitting throughout but no cracks. I replaced the air filter with one the customer supplied. On the outdoor unit the capacitor, fan, and compressor were within spec. The refrigerant temps/pressures showed proper heat transfer but with a high head pressure. I cleaned the coil with water to bring this down. HVAC running upon departure.
Pmht, checked all task. Checked indoor unit checked temperature split. Checked flame sensor and clean. Checked igniter. Checked inducer port and clear. Checked inducer motor. Checked blower motor and wheel. Checked filter and changed. Checked carbon monoxide levels. Checked UV light. Checked humidifier. Make sure system ran before leaving. View visual findings from this job here - https://visionshare.xoi.io/?id=XA-0D78-EC8C133150B142E8967D491EC179C320
Checked all operations in the heating mode. Cleaned all safety systems customers take care of filters. Performed a combustion analysis. Resealed test hole. Furnace is heating properly at this time. View visual findings from this job here - https://visionshare.xoi.io/?id=XA-0D78-1F9E2F1CC18E4950BB861A11AE68091B
Upon arrival I found that the system was tripping and high pressure due to the coil being extremely dirty. I cleaned system with chemical wash with customers approval. After system was clean everything was operating as it should at this time. Thanks for having me out today, Eli View visual findings from this job here - https://visionshare.xoi.io/?id=XA-0D78-2F54736A541F4304A97D2D176E63F99C
Arrived at customers home Saturday 09-17-2022 1:35pm. Dishwasher overflowed onto kitchen floor. Removed p-trap to diagnose source of leak. Found Brussels sprouts clogging dishwasher line. Cleaned food out and tested dishwasher for drainage. Treated drain with Endure. Left bottle with customer for future treatments every 30 days. Advised to only put small amounts of food in 1/2 Hp disposal and to upgrade to higher grade disposal. Unable to warranty foodclearing.
Heating maintenance. Checked all task. Checked inducer motor and and cleared port it has hole on side of inducer port still running fine at this time. Checked capacitor to inducer it has failed cx was okay with replacement. Checked flame sensor and cleaned. Checked igniter. Checked blower motor and wheel, wheel very dirty. Checked CO level everything within range. Checked air filter. Made sure system ran before the leaving.
Company arrives Friday, September 16 of 2022. Customer was having issues with their mainline backing up. Upon arrival, determined the mainline was the cause of the back up due to toiletries and debris in the floor drain. After purchase of the perfect service family membership, company preformed a mainline cabling using one of the two free mainline openings under the membership. Company cabled out approximately 20-30’ feet when the blockage cleared. Company cabled approximately 5 feet afterwards to ensure an open drain. Company then inspected the line via camera and can conclude the line is open and flowing. Thank you for choosing LBA and have a great day.
Checked all operations in the heating mode and inspected furnace filter. Filter was dirty and replaced with a customer supplied filter. Checked all electrical components and completed a combustion analysis of the unit. Furnace was burning fuel properly at this time. Checked the condition and stability of the the blower wheel. System is operating properly at this time.
Checked all operations in the heating mode and inspected furnace filter. Furnace filter was dirty and replaced. Checked all electrical components and completed a combustion analysis of the unit. Everything was operating within factory specifications at the furnace. System is operating properly at this time. View visual findings from this job here - https://visionshare.xoi.io/?id=XA-0D78-09FC792BE7E4498DA1A412C55357A366
Arrived to perform a dual maintenance. Controlled the system through the thermostat and set the system to heat. Measured a temperature rise and performed combustion analysis to ensure the system is heating efficiently. Verified operation of all mechanical and electronic components. Checked blower for cleanliness and to see if there is any play in the bearings. Verified operation of the humidifier. Checked heat exchanger for damage and evaporator coil for cleanliness. Switched system over to cooling. Measured a temperature split between return and supply air. System is cooling perfectly at 20 degrees. Moved inspection outside to the condenser. Upon opening the condenser electrical cabinet found a mouse nest. Shorted out one of the wires for call for cooling and cooked the thermostat. Installed a new thermostat. Tested system operations from the thermostat and got back to the cooling part of the maintenance. Checked coil for cleanliness and excessive vibration. Verified operation of all