He did a good job cleaning our AC. He is very professional
Austin was here and did a thorough assessment for us. Found several issues that need attention. He was very professional and friendly. Have recommended LBA to friends and family. Very pleased.
Nathaniel Reece did a great job! Very pleased and impressed by his input and the job he did.
David Ruiz was really great and he wear his mask anytime he was around me.
Joes was kind , efficient , polite and he got the job done ! Jose was great but I am not happy with LBA .
Izzy came last night, got my AC running for my comfort for the night. He returned this morning, repaired my AC, checked it out to make sure it was back running fine! I am completely satisfied with Izzy’s service.
very polite. seemed very dependable.
Upon arrival the customer informed me that there was water coming from what they believed their attic AC system. After further investigations I discovered that there was in fact a restriction in the condensation drain line. I also found that the air handler system had an ez trap installed. I spoke with the customer about my discoveries and presented repair options. The customer chose the bandaid level HF2A water removal system rejuvenation option. Work included purging the condensation line with compressed nitrogen to clear the blockage and performance and safety testing. As a courtesy to the customer I also removed the ez trap and rebuilt the drain trap using a 3/4â€ pvc trap with a 3â€ offset as those ez trapâ€™s have sometimes been known to cause draining problems although todayâ€™s issues were not caused by the ez trap. While completing the repair I also discovered microbial growth within the air handler and I spoke with the customer about the addition of an iWave or Air Scrubber
At time of arrival found system low on charge, advised homeowner of his options he chose The Bronze Option which allowed me to recharge system and add leak sealer. Recharge system with 2 pounds of 410 a. AC system is working properly at this time
Upon arrival the tenant informed me that their Ruud AC system wasnâ€™t operating. They went on to tell me that for the last week or more it just hasnâ€™t been able to maintain the thermostat setpoint. After further investigations I discovered that the IFC board has failed due to water damage. I have included a picture of the board and evidence of the water damage. I also bypassed the IFC board and energized the blower motor to verify it still would operate and it did operate when supplied with 120V. After speaking with the property owner, they decided to have the bandaid level HE3A electronic control circuit system rejuvenation repair option completed. We will return on Monday to complete the approved repairs. Thank you
Customers indoor coil was still frozen customer said he was calls back once itâ€™s not frozen. Set fan to on to help.
Today I completed your annual cooling tune up. I tested all indoor operations. Tested temperature split and checked filter. I tested all outdoor operations. Checked refrigerant and cleaned outdoor system. Everything tested as it should at this time. Thanks for having me out today, Eli
Performed cooling tune up on air conditioner. Replaced air filter customer supplied. Washed outdoor condenser coil. Checked refrigerant charge. Checked indoor air temperature split. Inspected all electrical components and electrical wires. System is running within manufacturers specs at this time.
Upon arrival I determined that the sump pump was working as suppose to but found grade of yard in back of home not to have enough natural grade for pump to run off from foundation as suppose to, and also was made aware that electric had recently been off for a longer than normal time causing pump not to work as suppose to and flooding basement. Recommended installing a battery back up system in place of existing pump and re-route discharge to front of property to drain to natural swale near by. Left quote with homeowner and would like scheduled for Weds. the 12th at 9:00AM $1200.00 No charge visit.
Performed cooling tuneup on air conditioner. Found defective voltage enhancement system, customer proceeded with band aid repair. Washed outdoor condenser coil. Inspected all electrical components and electrical wires. Checked refrigerant charge. Checked temperature split inside the home. Verified operation of thermostat. System is running within manufacturers specs at this time
Performed preventative maintenance. Checked all electrical components, changed all filters, washed all condenser coils.
Upon arrival commodes in 1500 and 1502 were not properly flushing. Backup could be seen in 1500. Womenâ€™s restroom in 1506 also had a flush valve trip lever that was failing. Work done: Augered line through cleanout in 1500 restroom. Line cleared at approximately 80â€™. No obstructions hit. Nothing retrieved on cable. Flushed with water. Replaced Sloan handle in womenâ€™s restroom in 1506. Tested for leaks and proper function.
Performed cooling tuneup on 3 year old Lennox air conditioner. Washed outdoor condenser coil. Inspected all electrical components and electrical wires. Checked refrigerant charge. Checked indoor air temperature split. Inspected air filter. Air conditioner is running within manufacturers specs at this time.
Upon arrival found that the New York unit on the southeast side was shut off at the breaker. Turned breaker on and system came online. Checked system operations. Checked safetyâ€™s on system. System is operating with a 21 degree temperature split. Per lab tech there was another unit leaking water on ceiling tiles. Pulled filters and cleaned evaporator coil. Cleared out drain line and condensate pan inside system. Installed pan tablets to treat condensate pan to break down debris and calcium.
I preformed a whole home plumbing inspection for the customer and found a few issues with some stuff. First the customer toilets in the master bathroom and hallway bathroom rock back and forth and the shut offs are corroded. The water heater is 8 years old and the psi is at 80. Customer didnâ€™t want to do work at this time nor wanted quotes on repairs.
Checked the Carrier Rtu serial 1804G40561 for no cool. Found the 50 amp breaker tripped in the main electrial panel. Reset the breaker and found the breaker tripping on reset. Checked the Rtu for short to grounds. Found the 460 volt electric heat package shorted due to the two contactors being grounded. Disabled the electric heat. Verified the cooling operation and quoted the repairs to the customer. Customer has cooling and will not have heat until the quoted repairs are made.
Upon arrival I preformed a whole home plumbing inspection on the customers house. Everything checked out beside the hallway bathroom. The faucet was leaking and the customer wanted to replace the old round bowl toilet with a elongated toilet. After showing options on repairs customer decided to go with it. Everything tested good.