Upon arrival technician found that the two water heaters were not lit. The technician relit both water heaters. Upon further investigation the technician found that the attic is spray foam insulated, the technician believes that the water heaters are not getting enough airflow in order to keep the water heater. The technician would recommend installing a vent fan to supply air flow to the attic or a draft vent.
Rebuild both bathroom faucets at jack and Jill due to low water pressure per homeowner. Install backflow at hose bib on rear of house. Replace main water shut off and repair copper pipe to stop leak on right side of house. Replace water heater. Repair leaking pipes near water heater. Rebuild both kitchen sinks to stop leaks.
Upon arrival technician found that both systems had failed capacitors. One was a 70 x 5, the other was a 45 x 7.5. Upon finding this the technician spoke with the homeowner, and informed her that the technician had concerns that this may happen again before they are able to sell the house if they do not install hard start kits on the system. The customer agreed to having a hard start kits and capacitors installed. The technician installed new capacitor and hard start kits, all systems working properly at this time.
Upon arrival technician found that all the vents are facing the wrong direction and are facing inward towards the room and not facing towards the heat load that are coming in through the windows. Half the vents are metal vents that will end up molding due to the condensation. And the other half of the vents are plastic vents, this will not mold due to the vents not holding heat. The technician also found that the systems are extremely dirty on the inside. The technician took photos of the dirt on the cabinet door and the blower motor. Considering the amount of dirt thatâ€™s on the blower motor the coils are most likely extremely dirty as well. The technician check the filters and the filters are currently dirty and clogged. The technician checked the outside systems and the coils are completely clogged with dirt. The technician checked the voltage on the contactor and the contactor is not losing any voltage. The technician checked the amperage on The condenser motors, the condenser mo
Customer is waiting for husband to get home will sign online
Upon arrival technician found that the Obstruction in the evacuation line had moved from the sink down to the tub. The technician staked out the clog and cleared the line properly. The drainage is working properly at this time.
Upon arrival the technician found that the drain for the sink is clogged. The technician disassembled the sink drain, could not see the obstruction immediately. The technician then ran an air snake, the air snake did not clear the obstruction. Finally the technician ran an electronic snake. The technician was able to clear the blockage with the medium sized electronic snake. Sink draining properly at this time.
COSTS OF WORK NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE REPLAEMENT OF THE WATER HEATER THAT ARE NOT COVERED BY THE HOME WARRANTY COMPANY. THESE ITEMS ARE NECESSARY TO COMPLETE THE JOB TO MY GUYS PLUMBING STANDARDS.
Upon arrival technician spoke with the homeowner, homeowner stated that he could hear the water heater flexing from the other side of the wall. Upon further investigation the technician cannot light the water heater, due to the fact that the pilot light continuously goes out. This water heater will need to be replaced in order to keep the house from flooding due to a water heater leak. 50 gallon capacity, 40,000 BTUs, February 2003 18 years old, 5 foot tall, copper flex lines, three-quarter inch cpvc, three-quarter inch PVC for the drain pan. Drain pan looks to be a 2â€˜ x 2 1/2â€˜ size pan. Spoke with customer about installing emergency shut off electronic valve. Considering the position of the water heater in the home, the shut off valve is highly recommended to prevent any damage.
Install approximately 7 supply runs to upstairs apartment, Install 1 return air intake in upstairs apartment, Replace existing plenum and install two additional sub plenums (one for each zone). , Install new zone control module in the attic, Install 2 electronic damper motors (one for each zone), seal all duct connections and ensure proper system operation.
Upon arrival technician performed an AC inspection. The technician found no failures at the time of visit. The entire system is working perfectly fine.