Was very pleased with the service She was very efficient Thank you for sending her
I would like to say it was a pleasure to have a young man who was very professional and knowledgeable about our furnace a air conditioner, he was very respectful and the company should be proud to have an awesome young man working for them
Andrew was very professional and knowledgeable, he answered our questions respectfully he is an asset to your company
Love love love Andrew! He answers all my questions he explains everything he is diligent he is polite he is such a joy to see when I open my door and it's Andrew! I can't say enough about Andrew! He gets 10 out of 10
He was polite, he was efficient, and he was overall a very nice gentleman to have come and work on my furnace. Thank you
Matthew was our technician. He called to let us know when he would be here and was on time. He was friendly and very knowledgeable and professional. We will request him again (if need be) and recommend him to anyone needing services.
Very professional and personable employees. We always use LBA because their techs are so knowledgeable and friendly. The office personnel is very efficient and professional as well. We have complete confidence in this company.
As always, the company is top notch, starting with the office staff and dealing with the service people. I had Nick yesterday, very helpful and professional. Today I had Drew to assist me - LBA is so very lucky to have him - professional, courteous and very caring.
Upon arrival the customer informed me that their AC system wasnâ€™t working. They went on to tell me that they believe there was some electrical issue because there are lights and outlets not working within the residence. After completing further investigations, I discovered that the customer has lost a phase in the split phase electrical service panel. The main breaker meters 120V on each leg but every other breaker metered 5 volts. There was also some scorch marks around the main breaker which alerts me it is likely that the main breaker has failed and burnt open on one side. So the main breaker appears to be in the closed position but it is only supplying one wavelength of 120V causing every other breaker, or the breakers on the failed wavelength, to have no power supply. I recommended that the customer call a licensed and insured electrician to address the faults within the electrical service panel. Thank you
Performed maintenance inspection on a Daiken air conditioner. Checked all the electrical components and refrigerant for proper pressures and temperatures. Replaced filter with customer provided filter. Washed outdoor condenser coil. A/C is currently operating under manufacture specifications.
Replaced run capacitors for condenser fan motor on units 1,4, and 6. Also replaced contactor on unit 6 and confirmed cooling operation on all 3 three units.
RTU's 2,3, and 5 all had their condenser fan capacitors read below the factory recommended tolerance and needs to be replaced. Replaced run capacitors in RTUs 2,3,5 and confirmed cooling operation
Arrived to find a restriction in the air conditioner. Also the outdoor exhaust motor is starting to fail. Customer wants to look into replacement than fixing. Unit is not operating at this time.
I performed a safety and maintenance inspection on the AC system. Workout performed included, checking air filter, cleaning the condensate drain, checking temperature readings, checking amp readings, and cleaning the outdoor coil. After my inspection I found the system to be operating within factory specifications at this time. Thank you
Perform maintenance inspection on a Ruud Air conditioner. Checked all the electrical components and refrigerant for proper pressures and temperatures. Filter was clean at this time. Checked temperature split and washed outdoor condenser coil. Air conditioners operating under manufacture specs.
I performed a whole house plumbing inspection. Water pressure 72 psi within range. Home is all electric no natural gas. Age of water heater is a 2006 making water heater 14 years old. I suggest water heater replacement due to age. And explained To homeowner to watch for moisture under water heater meaning tank is rusted out. I checked all plumbing fixtures everything in good working order. Sump pump cycled and operated.
Upon arrival all units were backing up and holding water in floor drains. Cleanout on low side outside building is broken. Made customer aware Work done: Located cleanout in ortho surgeons building. Ran 200â€™ of cable through that cleanout and flushed with water. Obstruction hit at approximately 170â€™ Also ran 100â€™ of cable through high side cleanout outside dental office. Flushed with water and checked for flow. .
I performed a safety and maintenance inspection on six split system units and cooling mode. For the most part all systems are operating properly and safely within factory specifications however I did notice a few potential future issues. The capacitor for the outdoor condenser for unit one is low on capacitance, the capacitor for unit four is low on capacitance and the capacitor for unit five is low on capacitance and it also has pitting on the contactor. These are all maintenance type issues, the units are operating properly at this point.
Performed cooling pma. Replaced air filters, test capacitors, checked wiring and test cooling operations.
Assisted gary with maintenance
Checked the Lennox Rtu second from the East marked #2 serial number 5606B02119 for no cool. Found one of three fuses open in the disconnect. Replaced the fuse. Started the unit and verified operation. Found the amp drawn on the leg of the failed fuse 6.9 on a 30 amp rated fuse. Evaporator split after the repair was 20-21 deg. Noted the repair to the tenant and advised them that the unit was ready to use.
Upon arrival I performed a whole house plumbing inspection. I checked the natural gas system with a leak detector. No leaks detected. Water pressure 70 psi within range. All plumbing fixtures appear to be operating normally. Age of water heater appears to be 17 years old.I recommend replacement due to age.
I performed a safety and maintenance inspection on the Trane XB13 AC system. During my inspection I discovered three separate faults. First fault I discovered was that the contactor is badly pitted which lets me know that it is near failure. Secondly, I discovered that there is an active refrigerant leak at one of the schrader valves which I have included a picture of. Third fault was that due to there being an active leak, the refrigerant level was below the manufacturers tolerances. I have included an estimate that shows the appropriate repair options. Outside of those concerns, I found the AC system to be operational. Additionally, the customer purchased an annual non-recurring standard P3 membership using the AC tuneup today. Thank you