Service guy never went over the details or results of the ac checkup. Just had me sign the service contract and he left.
Mike Shelor of LBA did our Summer HVAC Inspection and Tune Up and did an AWESOME job.
Mike, the service technician that came to our home and corrected our HVAC problem was knowledgable, competent and very personable. LBA personnale are the best.
From the customer service representative that answered the phone to the technician that handled our HVAC issue, they were the BEST!
Joshua did an excellent job assessing the HVAC uniys
Very professional and courteous
Confirmed boiler system leak located and repaired 9/9/19 returned 9/12/19 to confirm drive entrance and detail bay were leak free leak still exists on car wash exit gave manager information to give customer bid to repair drive exit loop and to replace boiler. Also made repair to ductwork on roof including sealing discharge air for drive heater separate charge of 1 hour
Upon arrival the hydrant in the back of the house was leaking. I replaced old hydrant with new one and tested for leaks. Everything tested good.
Replace the motor run capacitors and blower belts for both roof top systems. Returned to replace all four weak condenser fan motor run capacitors and both worn blower belts. Adjusted belt tension on both systems.
Performed the scheduled cooling maintenance for both RTU'S and the Split system. During the inspection, I found that all four condenser fan motor run capacitors tested below the manufacturers specifications. I also found both blower belts to be stretched and cracked. My recommendation is to have these issues addressed before they fail completely.
I arrived to further diagnose why there was a high CO reading when the boiler was running. I inspected the heat exchanger for a blockage and could not for any issues. The heat exchanger is in good shape. After further testing, I found that the gas pressure was set too high for the burners. I lowered the gas pressure and that resolved the high CO readings. I also replaced the thermocouple for the ignition system because it tested low. The boiler is now operating properly and safely at this time. Draft= 0.06â€...good CO= 60 ppm....good O2= 5.4%
Found damaged wires at this time causing the system to trip the breaker repaired wires and spoke with customer as long as they sign up for our yearly program I would not charge for repairs at this time. Will return next week to do tune ups.
Completed cooling tune up, replaced filter, everything else tested as it should at this time, thanks for having me out today
Conducted preventative maintenance on 1 Trane RTU. Inspected all electrical and mechanical cooling functions. Checked all motors and capacitors. Inspected the blower wheel and belt. Cleaned outdoor coils. All filters have been Changed.
Labor to install new cyclone 100 gallon 199,00 BTU commercial heater on Thursday first call. Installed new cyclone 100 gallon 199,00Btu commercial hot water heater in back of store and tested for operations. Removed old existing unit for haul off and cleaned up.
Completed cooling tune up, everything tested as it should at this time
Upon arrival tenant stated the air conditioning was not able to keep up. I found rtu-12 and rtu-11 to have very dirty air filters that need to be replaced. Rtu-11 also had a ripped belt so it was not moving any air at all. I was able to install a spare belt just to get cooling temporarily. Rtu-10 which is the space thatâ€™s currently getting remodeled had a bad condenser fan motor, and filters are very dirty as well. Currently with how late it is I will create quotes in the morning And get them approved by Fred.
Performed three full cooling inspections. Washed and cleaned outdoor unit. Checked all wires and safety switches. Units are operating within factory specifications at this time.
I arrived to find that the left furnace condensation drain was plugged and causing water to overflow internally. I was able to remove the restriction and add clean out access for both furnace drain lines. I showed the manager on site where to flush the drain lines periodically to prevent this from happening in the future. I checked the walk-in cooler system to make sure the evaporator was not leaking water. The cooler showed no signs of leaking water. The water that is in the walk-in cooler is coming from the furnace room which is on the other side of the wall.
Ran new gas line for dryer and stove. New p3 member with discount on today's work.