I appreciated the recommendations and will wait for the pricing. Thank you
I was cancelled once and a no call, no show then I had to call multiple times to get someone to come out.
Upon arrival technician found a failed lavatory sink. Technician replaced failed lavatory sink. Sink working properly at this time.
Upon arrival technician found that the system is working properly. With a 16 to 20Â° temp difference. System working properly at this time. The technician checked the filter, the filter is clean but the system seems like it could use another return to add airflow, The technician checked the drain lines and found that there is no clog in the drain lines. The technician checked the refrigerant and found that the refrigerant falls in the perfect specifications. The technician found no issues with this system.
Upon arrival the technician spoke with the customer, the customer explained that they accidentally broke the handle off of the toilet. The technician opened the tank and found that the arm of the handle is sheared off. The technician recommended replacement of the complete tank innards. The customer agreed, the technician went to the local parts house and picked up the supplies. Technician returned and installed the toilet tank innards. Tank flushing properly at this time.
Upon arrival technician found that the condenser is leaking our 22 refrigerant. The condenser will need to be replaced. The technician spoke with the homeowner about replacing her coil as well to ensure that the old R 22 does not cause an issue with The new 410 a refrigerant.
Technician found that the 5 ton R22 outdoor unit has shorted out due to a power surge. The attic portion of the system is in good condition but the outdoor unit needs to be replaced. Goodman . 15-20 years old estimated.
Upon arrival the technician found that the primary drain line is installed incorrectly allowing the condensate to drip onto the gas line. The water is running down the gas line towards the return air filter chase and leaking onto the decking / ceiling. Extensive water damage is present. I recommended to the homeowner that they replace the rusted secondary drain pan, re route the drain lines outside of the house and install an in-line float switch to prevent this from happening again in the future.
Upon arrival the technician determined that the downstairs system is the system that is having a problem the heat from downstairs is rising which is causing the temperatures upstairs to rise. Both systems are extremely old and in poor condition. There are also not any float switches installed on either the upstairs or the downstairs system. Furthermore the return intake is not large enough to support 3 tons of cooling. The best resolution to this problem would be proactive replacement of both the upstairs and the downstairs system due to age and overall condition. However in order to restore cooling the outdoor conditioning unit servicing the downstairs portion of the house will need to be replaced to prevent further refrigerant loss. This will restore cooling at the present time however thereâ€™s no guarantee that there will not be future failures due to the overall condition of the entire system
Upon arrival technician found that the compressor was not on. The technician opened up the system and found that the 60 x 5 capacitor has failed. The technician has replaced the failed 60 x 5 capacitor with a brand new 60 x 5 capacitor. System working properly at this time.
Technician provided estimate to replace water service line.
Find arrival technician found a failed 60 x 5 MFD capacitor. The technician replace the failed 60 x 5 capacitor. System working properly at this time. homeowner asked for a quote to replace the system.