Dominic is very pleasant and does a great job in a timely fashion
Dominic always presents himself professionally and knowledgable. Explains what needs to be done clearly and in detail. I am glad and prefer when he comes to do any service to our system.
Our technician Dominic was very professional and knowledgeable. The repair to the furnace was done quickly and for a fair price. I would highly recommend RA Nichols.
Nice guy, explains everything
Dylan was very professional, polite and good at his job.He was also very neat, laying a tarp from the front door to where he was working (very rare these days).Excellent work!! I will call again if I need any work done. Thank you!
Dylan was professional, efficient and a very polite and kind young man !
I was very happy with their service people...both office and & installers...Very polite and answered all my questions....
Trip Charge Turned water off under sink to dishwasher There is no visible signs of corrosion on water lines Took line off valve and line is holding Dishwasher is ready to be replaced - no issues seen with replacing unit Marked line where valve is that needs to be connected into Customer does not want to move forward with us replacing the dishwasher for her.
Tech arrived customer explained she had a shower with no hot after and a 30 y/o water heater. Tech explained pricing and procedure of options. While looking at the hot water heater tech noted the laundry valve had a small drip. Customer was given prices of replacing heater, shower cart., and laundry valve. Once tech was authorized to proceed, cartridge and valve had been replaced and tested to ensure no leaks were present and everything was functioning properly. Water heater had water and electric shut off prior to tank being drained. Tech replaced water heater with a similar model (new Bradford white 40 gal electric lo boy). Tank was then piped and wired in, once piping was complete, water was restored and lines bled, insuring no leaks had been present. Electric was then turned on to unit, tech let tank heat up and tested water to ensure it was working. At this time there are no leaks or issues.
Tech confirmed laundry supply shut off valve had been leaking and could not be rebuilt. Tech installed a new watts laundry valve, currently there are no leaks and label is functioning properly without issue.
Technician arrived for annual heat inspection for the year. Customer voiced concern over a noise coming from unit. During inspection of unit technician found where noise was coming from and, the draft inducer motor. Took apart motor cage and found blower wheel was rubbing against frame. Showed customer and was told to replace part. Continued inspection and everything else on unit is running good within specs. Cleaned flame sensor and checked all voltages also changed the filter that was customer supplied. Tech had left old filter in room with unit as spare being that it wasnâ€™t really dirty.
Tech arrived we shouldnâ€™t a kitchen faucet by customer. Customer explained that it was leaking from the base of the faucet as well as the handle and underneath the sink. Tech found that the pullout handle hose had been loose from the Fossett. Put a Teflon sealant around the thread and tighten down the sprayer head ceiling the leak. At this time for faucet is functioning properly and there are no leaks present. Tech discussed membership plan with customer, customer is interested however declined at this time.
Technician return to expose ceiling in search of leak coming from the second floor bathroom. Upon removal of Sheetrock tech found large amount of water damage along with black mold, customer was made aware and advised to call a restoration company immediately. Leak was not coming from piping below the second story subfloor. Customer authorized closet wall , backing shower valve , to be cut and opened . Upon opening the sheet rock none of the piping had been leaking or dripping while being tested for several minute on hot, cold, shower, and tub. However mold and water marks had been forming around the trim plate and the downspout. The shower head that was leaking had been leaking water down behind the trim plate and down spout. Tech informed customer and had given options. Customer opted to have the trim all reset and reseed along with a new shower head. Included with the work preformed in this bathroom a new shower head was also installed in the other 2nd story common bathroom. At thi
Shut off water to the house and drain down all water in lines. Once all water is drained, unsweat failed angle stops serving bathroom lav and the straight stops serving rear master bathroom lav sinks. Install new compression quarter turn stops. Turn water back on and test work completed.
Install (3) 1â€ propress ball valves on line for a bypass. Install pre filter two tank softener an additional filter and a drain on line to flush lines. Install unions between units as per manufacturer. 1 year labor warranty - these are customer supplied parts and only warranty the copper lines that we install, not the units or tappings themselves. Tested no leaks - supported all pipes and bled air from lines- all is complete and in working order Job total 910.00 Deposit 273.00 Trip charge to be credited 40.00 Balance due 597.00
Transaction code : 02225P
Shut water to heater Disconnect electric Drain heater Remove 40 gal heater electric Install new Bradford white 40 gallon electric Cleaned area All phase connect electric Bled lines of dirty water and air Tested no leaks all is complete and in working order
Replace hot surface
Technician arrived and was shown to master bathroom shower stall by customer. She had explained while showering the water began to fill up the pan. She tested surrounding fixtures and drains and ensure that everything else in the unit was properly draining aside from this shower. She had explained how the mainline had problems in the past with root intrusion. After making first initial pass with snake a small amount of hair was pulled out. However drain was not clear and after multiple passes numerous wads of roots were pulled from the shower drain line. Once snake was sent through line and pulled back without roots while flowing, tech determined the line to be clear. At this time there are no issues as far as drainage, and shower drain has sufficient flow.