Outstanding service. Jonathan was through, professional and provided outstanding service. We will be using this company again in the future.
Outstanding! I called LBA for a second opinion on my plumbing pipes and I was blown away by the technician. He was on time, friendly, knowledgeable and thorough. He took his time and explained everything he was seeing and doing. I am seriously considering changing my service company from one that I’ve had for 10 years, this one. Highly recommend!
Great service. Fast, courteous service.
Did the job he was expected to do!
Eli was very personable! Answered all my questions as explaining what he was checking and why.
Great service. Will definitely recommend.
Regarding cost, It is what it is. I am happy to get service that is timely and thorough, and has been explained to me. I feel that Nick and his crew accomplished that.
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!
Arrived for a routine tuneup. Combustible levels and all electrical components. Were operating within the manufacture specifications. Temperature difference good. Static pressure was over its maximum, however a more pressing issue. Arise when I checked the heat exchanger. There’s a crack in the heat exchanger inside the box into the lower left. I turned off the gas as required by law and explained to the homeowner, why this is an issue. We have a supervisor coming out tomorrow to diagnose this problem further and come up with solutions to fix this issue.
Upon arriving to the tuneup everything on the AC side checked out. Everything on the furnace side was looking good until I checked the combustible gas levels. The CO2 levels were over 2000 ppm. After calling and talking with York tech-support it was clear that there was something wrong with the .67 pressure switch and the pressure sensor. The pressure sensor is in charge of communicating with the board and adjusting the inducer motor appropriately. Because this ad failed it was not pulling a strong enough vacuum and gas was building in the flu. I replaced both switches and re-tested at 37 ppm. The intake air flue was also dripping, condensation from outside onto the gas manifold, and gas valve. So I connected a drain to fix this issue.
Arrived to hvac out call. Upon arrival I spoke with the customer about the issue at hand and was shown the location of the equipment and corresponding thermostat. At the outdoor unit I found the fan coming on but not the compressor. Upon diagnostic I found the capacitor that fed these piece of equipment had fully failed. With the strain being put on the previous capacitor due to the compressor age I went over installing a kick start as well with customers approval I replaced the capacitor and installed a kick start kit. System then started and continued to run. At the indoor unit I checked the temp split and systems static pressure. System running upon departure.
Completed cooling tune up today. Temperature drop in range. Had to add less than a pound of refrigerant to system from compressor replacement. Cleared drain line. TXV is acting weird and not raising saturation temperature as well as modulating line temperature by about 20 degrees rapidly. System is cooling alright so we will keep an eye on it and move forward. Washed outdoor unit. Thank you for choosing LBA services. Your technician today, Jake.
There was no one at the house to talk to. I spoke to someone on the phone and described what the issue was. The line is completely under water and the camera is inconclusive.
Upon arrival I found that the disconnect switch for the furnace had been turned off preventing anything from turning on. After turning it on I did and inspection and found the unit was extensively dirty and upon customer approval we cleaned the unit thoroughly. The only concern was the high static pressure for the system which a supervisor will be out to evaluate Wednesday.
Return visit today to perform previously agreed upon work - install new 1/2 hp primary pump w/ secondary backup pump, new control box & a “maintenance free” battery. Installed new items but made sure pit was free of any debris. Also placed a couple bricks in the bottom of the pit to help keep any gravel that should find it’s way into the pit getting sucked up into the sump pump impeller & freezing up the unit. Before vacating the residence I did a quick 360. Water heater is an 80 gal, 9 yr old “electric” unit. He had an issue previously w/ excessive pressure but got that remedied but not before damaging the WH T&P valve which has been replaced. Expansion tank is undersized for a WH of this volume too. Thank you for choosing LBA Services. Your technician today
Out today for a sump pump issue. Us timer has a Zoeller battery backup system which comes w/ a primary pump, secondary pump, battery, control box & a battery box. The customer unit is 7 yrs old. Primary pump does not activate but the secondary pump does. Presented replacement. Scheduled replacement for Monday morning. Thank you for using LBA Services. Your technician today Shane Palmer (785) 200-5678
After jetting the customer will need some outside work as well. I have set a reminder to reach out to him in October.
LVA will cut into the concrete, remove debris, grade to negative flow, replace pipe re-concrete to grade. We will also cut out and replace two stacks, and also cut out around the toilet and the floor drain and replace concrete and piping to negative flow. We will also replace two waste pipes coming from upstairs. We will jett the line as well. All work will have a lifetime warranty except the jetting.
Arrived to remedy a system that was unable to keep up in the heat. Performed diagnostic and found that the system is slightly low on refrigerant. With homeowners approval signed up for the maintenance membership and took advantage of the complementary pound of refrigerant. Charged system to factory settings. System is functioning properly at this time.
Completed cooling tune up today. Noticed temperature split to be low. Gauged up and found system to be low on refrigerant. System has a line set that is over 30 feet. I added about 9 pounds of refrigerant to the system to obtain the target subcool. Checked welds for leaks and found none. All electrical components tested in manufacturers specifications today. Changed air filter. System operating upon my departure. Thank you for choosing LBA services. Your technician today, Jake.
Completed cooling tune up today. Temperature drop and refrigerant charge are in range. Capacitor on the outdoor unit is failed and needs to be replaced. It is testing out of variance and will completely not work shortly thus leading to the ac not running. Sent estimate to customer and they will let us know when they want us to come back out to replace it. System static is testing high and we have set an appointment for next Saturday to come back out and look into issue further. Washed outdoor coil. Customer renewed Perfect Service Family Plan today. System operating upon my departure. Thank you for choosing LBA services. Your technician today, Jake.
Company arrived Wednesday, June 28 of 2023. The customer was experiencing a backup in their kitchen and laundry secondary stack when the washing machine expelled water. Upon arrival company observed the customers plumbing and developed a layout of the system. Company preformed a branch line cabling from the customers secondary clean out access in the basement. Company cabled out approximately 20 foot and back. Company then tested for functionality by running water in the line for approximately 10 minutes. No back up occurred and company can conclude the line is open and flowing at this time. Company scheduled for a complementary camera inspection for same day arrival. Thank you for choosing LBA and have a great day.
Ac tune up Called for cool Furnace is in basement Temperature split 18 Static pressure rated for .9 tested within specs Filter replaced, 20x25x1 Condenser outside Disassembled unit Checked electrical and within specs Checked refrigerant and within specs Client stated before there was a snake that got caught in fan No snake Will need to monitor Cleaned unit Reassembled Cycled system