Great guy! Very knowledgeable
My water heater was replaced in a timely manner and LBA had options that didn't cost a premium
Chris was very profession and kept on schedule so I could make my appointment.
I appreciate the dependability of this company to send quality service representatives who can diagnose the problem quickly and recommend a solution that doesn't require taking out a loan! The service representative was clean, personable and professional and made the experience easier. I appreciated the fact that the office called just prior to the representatives arrival to let me know he was on his way.
$173.25 to hose out Condenser Coil was extremely high, since I supplies the hose and water and it took only about 15 min. to complete. I had offered to do it myself but he said that it would be no problem for him to do it. I did not realize it would have costed $176.25 and I would have done it myself. Also $326.99 for a Dual Run Capacitor seems extremely high. I thought the whole service work was overpriced and I will not be using LBA in the future.
Checked RTU for lobby for no heat. Unit was locked out on fault code 1 (ignition failure). Cleared fault code and checked heating operation. Checked incoming gas pressure and had to adjust form 11"w.c. to 7"w.c. Checked gas pressure at manifold. Pressure at manifold is correct 3.5"wc. Found low voltage at gas valve (19.9v). The voltage at the gas valve should be between 21-24v. Discovered the unit transformer was tap for 240v with only 208v present. Tap transformer with the correct voltage and recheck secondary volagte. The secondary voltage is 24v now. Ran unit through several heating cycles. The unit is heating properly now.
Made temporary repairs to the Polaris water heater condensate drain. Will return to replace the drain outlet pvc.
The rooftop unit for the front lobby of the dentist office was not getting the room up to temp. I got on the roof and check that unit, only stage 1 heat was working even though it should have been kicking into Stage 2. The initial for 40 minutes with no issues other than it wasn't satisfying the stat. I swapped the thermostat with a new one and second stage heat came on. After going through the owner's manual I was provided by Michael with Pacific Dental I found no way to adjust the controls at the stat. Michael reassured me that it wasn't just what's that and got me in contact with their in house HVAC technician. He walked me through the steps to get into the programming of the thermostat, and that was where I was able to enable the stage 2 for heating and cooling. I did this to both of their thermostats oh, it appears it was never done. The unit is heating as designed at this time and engaging both stages of heating and cooling.
Performed light inspection on refrigeration equipment. Verified cleanliness of coils. Checked box/ bin temperatures. Refrigerataion equipment is clean and operating normally at this time.
Assisted with heating maintenance
I performed a light heating inspection on 3 RTUâ€™S and a MUA, and light inspection on 4 exhaust fans. I checked all electrical connection and the blower motor belts. Inspected units for any damage, none at this time. All filters were changed as well. No issues were found during the maintenance and observation of the units.
Performed a full diagnostic on furnace, all components are working correctly up until gas valve. Gas valve is not making a full connection, gas valve is faulty. Customer wants to wait for her husband to get home to talk about the options Gas valve option level 1. silver an up. Customer is aware of pricing and options.
Performed a full heating inspection. Checked all wires and safety switches. Cleaned indoor unit. System is operating within factory specifications at this time.
Check furnace in southeast closet for no heat. Found the furnace on the left not operating due to pressure switch error. Discovered pressure tubing cracked and disconnected from inducer port. Repair tubing and secured to inducer port. Verified heating operations the furnace is heating properly now. Also verified operation of the Furnace right. Found thermostat satisfied at 74*. Cycle furnace several times. The furnace is working properly at this time
The A49 blower belt was replaced today.
I spoke with Scott when I first got here he said that heâ€™s been having issues about once a month with both furnaces they also have issues with cooling. When I got to the roof I checked out rooftop unit one the unit that controls the office area and it was flashing an error code for an open safety. I checked all of the safeties and all of them are working properly I did however go through and re-crimp the The speed connections on the wire terminals at all safeties to ensure proper voltage flow. At that point I reset the system and it came on and ran properly. I tested voltage through the safeties all safeties were operating how they should and clean the flame sensor. The temperature split was about perfect 37Â° it calls for between 25 and 55 in stage one. However after the system was satisfied it Received a call for heat fairly soon, this could be causing the high limit switch To trip because it didnâ€™t have a long enough rest time to cool off. Everything seems to be operating proper
Checked all operations in the heating mode. Cleaned out housing of and housing of humidifier. Replaced furnace filter and humidifier pad. Performed a combustion analysis on furnace set humidifier to proper specifications. System is operating within manufacturing specification.
Upon arrival, the customer informed me that the furnace system would shut down right as the blower was getting ready to energize. After further investigations, I discovered that the flame sensor read <2.0 microamps upon ignition and dwindled quickly until reaching a zero reading. I removed the sensor and cleaned it and re-installed to test it in operation. After cleaning the flame sensor, I recorded 4 microamps upon startup and a range of 3.0-3.6 while in operation. I stood with the system while it operated to ensure there were no other issues and recorded a 41 degree temperature rise which is within the manufacturerâ€™s tolerance. There is no charge for todayâ€™s service as the customer has a complimentary P3 membership that expires July 2020 from purchasing the furnace and it is within the two years from the original installation date. Thank you
Upon arrival, the customer informed me that their carbon monoxide detectors were going off this morning. They went on to tell me that they called the fire department and gas company out and they stated that they couldnâ€™t find the source but they did record CO at the supply vents so they suggested having an HVAC company check the furnace. After further investigations I discovered that he furnace system was operating within the manufacturers tolerances at this time. I performed a combustion analysis with normal readings of 16 ppm CO 9% O and 0.02â€ WC draft. All accessible flue piping was in tact and in good shape in the mechanical room in basement and attic. I took room CO readings throughout the home and in the attic and recorded 0 ppm the entire time with the furnace system operating. I also relit the hot water heater for the customer as the gas company must have shut it off. The temperature rise on the furnace was within tolerance and the equipment was 7 years old so without any e
$88.00 main line special, ran 100â€™ of cable from 3â€ c/o in garage to street. Found problem to be on inside of house not towards street, cabled main for special pricing.