Response from RESSAC Climate Control:
Hello Tim, glad to hear the alarm problem was resolved swiftly!
Received an urgent request for a restaurant freezer in Torrance California, site reported it was up to 25 degrees. Upon arrival our technician inspected the Traulsen unit and found the whole system badly coated in grease, restricting air flow and fan operations. Will need to quote a complete, deep cleaning to bring this system back to code and normal operations.
Summer air conditioning maintenance scheduled at a commercial property in Torrance California. Filter change and basic inspection only, cleared drain lines as well. Found 3 units iced over, will need to quote additional time to troubleshoot. Site cooling at this time.
On-call tech responded to an emergency HVAC call in on Pacific Coast Highway in Torrance, CA. RTU #5 caused the fire alarm to go off. Fire department had responded. Inspected unit, found the unit's smoke detector tripped. Cleaned and reset detector, alarm off now no other issues with unit found. Confirmed all operations normal again with EMS.
Installation team completed a like-for-like replacement of the air conditioner at a shipping store. Removed existing rusted out unit and placed a new Arcoaire 5 ton. Tested all ops, confirmed site is cooling again with no problems.
HVAC technician dispatched to a juice bar in Torrance, California. AC was not responding to any commands. Inspected unit, found system off due to full drain pan and safety switch flipped. Removed water from pan, blew out and flushed the drain lines to clear. System working again, will recommend a filter change and full maintenance to customer as filters are getting clogged.
Our RESSAC HVAC technician responded to an emergency request for a coffee shop too warm and thermostat blank in Torrance, California. He found the 10 ton ICP unit off with wiring disconnected inside. He reconnected the wiring and traced problem to a lack of 24 volts going to the VFD controller. VFD board will need to be replaced. Left blower motor on for airflow to the store, quoting needed repairs to the customer.
RESSAC HVAC technician came out to jewelry store to perform preventative maintenance on a Carrier air handler. Technician inspected the unit and changed its air filters. Technician noticed while inspecting the unit's overflow pan that there was no drain line for it. Technician notified the store manager that he would recommend the addition of a drain line and that the unit was operating properly otherwise.
PM Technician was sent to discount center in Torrance, California to perform preventative maintenance on nine ICP package units. Tech changed filters, cleaned drain lines, checked unit operations and noted that a thermostat needed to be replaced for one of the units. All other units were working.