Great as usual!
Knowledgeable, fast fix. Eli was GREAT!!
So glad that Michael was able to come to my home and repair my water heater issue. He also spent time reviewing what my future water heater options will be, so that when my current old electric 80 gal kicks the bucket, all I will have to do is make a phone call for a Hybrid upgrade. Great Job & EXCELLENT customer service!
All is well, except I thought that the teck was going to replace the filter in the furnace. I had a new one by the furnace. This morning I noticed he didn’t, so I replaced it myself. Maybe he thought a new one wasn’ t needed.
Angelena was very informed on my problem with my electric water heater. Showed me several options for a fix.
Call for no heat. System is an Air-handler matched with a heat pump. Thermostat was calling for heat along with auxiliary heat. Blower on air handler is running. The filter is clean. Inspected the heat pump and found the fan running but the compressor was not. Inspected all the electrical components and was not getting the proper voltage shift from the voltage enhancement system. Replaced the failed part and tested the system. After the compressor cooled down the heat pump turned on right away. All voltage readings are within manufacturers specifications. Supply heat measured at the plenum is 122 degrees. No further issues at this time.
Performed maintenance and safety inspection on the furnace. Inspected all electrical connections to ensure secured properly. Performed a combustion analysis on the heat exchanger and found zero issues. Replaced filter with one customer had on hand. Air scrubber was install April of 2020 and is working at this time. Furnace is running safely and within manufacturers specifications.
Arrive to customers home Thursday, October 8. Call home plumbing inspection. Water heater five years old. water pressure and home at 85 psi. Only issues found during inspection or leak underneath master bathroom lavatory faucet as well as constantly dripping back hose spigot. Customer chose to replace rear spigot and repair drain underneath lavatory faucet. Replaced rear spigot with 8 inch frost free hose hydrant. Had to make access and rear of cabinet in basement to access hose hydrant. Customer is responsible for repair to cabinet. Repaired drain underneath master lavatory faucet used Fernco to attach onto ABS piping. Replaced trap for lavatory drain with new inch and a quarter P-trap. All install items today will come with six month warranty. Thank you for choosing LBA have a wonderful day
Performed full heating preventative maintenance on one rtu checked all electrical and mechanical components, changed all filters.
Customer complaints that theyâ€™re smelling gas fumes in the booth area, we leaked check all Fittings, gas valve and pipes, didnâ€™t find any leaks , started up operation of heat to view flame and checked safety ,everything appears to be ok, we then checked the exhaust system , which seem to be the problem, weâ€™re not exhausting enough air , explained to Kyle that they might have overlook their exhaust system and possibly up grade
Upon arriving spoke with Scott and Patrick of issue with Mini Split Mitsubishi Serial 57M03649 tripping the breaker on occasions. They had electrical company out and they replaced breaker but could not find issue. Started with the mini split evaporator, found it to be working correctly with .3 amp out of .36 amp. Cleaned filters. Found at condenser a short in wire due to condensation water and the wire rubbing on metal inside unit where entering the unit. Replaced conduit to disconnect and wire inside. Rerouted wire to avoid rubbing and zipped tied to keep clear. Verified operation. Compressor pulling 7.7 amp of 12. Unit has 21 degree split across evaporator coil with return air of 72 and supply of 51 degrees. Unit is operating correctly at time of departure. Patrick approved all repairs on site.
Arrive to customers home August 26, 2020. Customer was concerned about upstairs guest bedroom bathroom toilet very loose on floor and leaking water from handle and lid. As well as upstairs hallway bathroom toilet leaking from tank to bowl gasket and water marks around base of toilet. Toilets were both original to home from 1970â€™s. Customer opted to replace both toilets with extended height Gerber avalanche toilets. Upon managers approval customer was charged for silver level toilet replacement for bedroom toilet and bronze level toilet replacement for hallway toilet. Toilet flange in bedroom bathroom toilet had to be repaired due to broken piece where toilet bolt fastens. Replaced emergency stops for both toilets with new 1/4 turn stops as well as both toilet supplies. Tested both toilets multiple times for leaks and proper function. Both toilets installed today are functioning properly and no leaks are to be found. Company will honor one year silver level warranty on both toil
Performed cooling tuneup on air conditioner. Inspected air filter. Adjusted refrigerant charge. Installed new electrical disconnect, did not have one installed customer wanted to install one to bring system up to code. Ran new low voltage wires from the air handler inside to the outdoor heat pump. System is running within manufacturers specs at this time. I did recommend new voltage distribution system because itâ€™s starting to get pitted but customer did not want to repair at this time since air conditioner is running. Left with air conditioner running at this time.
We preformed a scheduled maintenance and safety inspections on two rooftop package units. The filters were changed and condenser coils were washed. Both units are operating properly within factory specifications at this time.
Upon arrival the customer wanted me to install a customer supplied kitchen faucet. They also wanted to replace the old sump pump in the basement next to the water heaters with a new Zoeller sump pump. I tested for leaks and everything tested good.
Upon arrival manager took me to the water heater in the back. I did a diagnostic. And called customer support. I checked Continuity on igniter. Igniter Has failed.I tried to source a new igniter to get the water heater up and going today. I called all plumbing supply houses in the area none stock igniter.After talking to a manager about state of water heater. Theyâ€™ve decided to replace water heater and are going to call the office and set an appointment for us to install owner supplied water heater.
Meeting canceled customer a no show
Performed maintenance inspection on a Ruud air conditioner. Checked all the electrical components and refrigerant for proper pressures and temperatures. Checked temperature drop and washed outdoor condenser coil. Air conditioner is operating under manufacture specifications.
Arrived on site for no cooling. Checked 7.5 and 8.5 Lennox RTU'S for no cooling. Found both units low on refrigerant. Added 6lbs of refrigerant to 7.5 ton unit and 3lbs of refrigerant to 8.5 ton unit. The units are cooling now with a 20* temperature split. Inspect both systems for obvious refrigerant leaks. Did not notice any obvious leaks. Both systems will need a electronic leaks search performed to point source of refrigerant leak.
Today I added half a pound of refrigerant today split system that supplies the office spaces in the front of the warehouse. I also removed ductwork from the air handler so I could clean the evaporator coil it was very dirty. I used a chemical cleaner after brushing it. Note that we need to make sure when replacing the air filter that we secure the door to the air filter because it is a very dusty warehouse. The unit is cooling has designed up this time with a 21Â° temperature split.