Excellent technicians very professical
I am impressed with the excellent, fast service that I received. Dominic is extremely personable and explained the problem clearly, showing me the part that needed to be replaced. If I should need any service in the future, I will always call your company and I will recommend RA Nichols to all of my friends. Thank You
Very professional service. Will highly recommend.
Great service. Thanks
Very professional and cooperative
The technician (Domenic) was very professional, helpful and pleasant. Explained what had to be repaired, the cost and even changed the AC filter. Very nice young man.
Careful professional work on complicated job.
Drained/Powered down old electric water heater. It out old piping ad gate valve. Installed new Bradford White 40 gal electric lo boy water heater. Tank was filled and flushed. Electric company came and hooked up heater. No leaks or issue at this time.
Install new Mini-Split system Removed existing condenser and head for mini split Installed new condenser outside Ran 2 sets of line sets into basement from condenser outside under porch and through existing penetration- siliconed penetration for leaks Installed 2 new mini split heads in basement Ran communication wire and connected Put system on a pressure test and proceeded from there with filling with 410A Mounted and installed condensation pump on wall * Need to return with a new condensation pump for main area that is a low profile existing did not properly work Cleaned area - electrician to bring 208 to unit and power to new head on wall
Deck arrived and was shown to master bathroom toilet to each customer presented the toilet that was not flushing or that would back up upon flush. Technician described to possible problems and gave customer options, and was granted authorization to auger the toilet. Technician augured the toilet clear and although nothing West Palm back on the auger head chunks of waste were floating in the water. Tech explain findings to the customer and asked her how old the toilet was, she explained that it was the original one for over 20 years. Tech explained that the most Probable cause of the toilet was a week/due to the age, and explain to customer that this may happen again until the toilet is replaced. Customer declined to have a new toilet installed today however will call back when she is ready. While on site tech asked customer to get eyes on the HVAC unit as well as the water heater. Customer explained that Donâ€™s heating and cooling had done the HVAC unit within the past year or two. a
Tech Discussed with customer upon arrival age and condition of her hot water heater, a general electric 40 gallon natural gas water heater. She had explained that even though the temperature setting for the water heater was maxed out she was not getting hot enough water. Test technician explained possible causes and gave the customer options on replacement. Customer authorized a new Bradford white 40 gallon natural gas water heater to be installed in place of the old one. Technician piped in the gas hook up, the hot and cold water lines, and the exhaust flue pipe. Water was then restored to the tank and a leak test was done on the water as well as the gas. Water heater was then fired up and tested to ensure that it was properly functioning without leaks or issues.
Tech found that the existing condenser has a burnt out board. Tech also found that the system is not sized correctly. Owner wants a estimate on a new system and to add an additional indoor unit. Tech will price out a 2.5 ton condenser with 1, 12,000 BTU indoor head and a 18,000 BTU head
Technician replaced customer supplied faucet sent from Toto. No leaks present at this time pop-up and faucet are functioning as they should. Customer asked tech to look at a loose toilet. Upon inspection tech found that one of the journey bolts had rotted apart. Tech explained the process and was given authorization to pull the toilet, findings were a rusty Johnny bolt as well as a rusty but functional toilet flange, when given the option customer opted to have a new repair flange installed and the toilet reset. Once toilet was reset tech sealed around the base and tested toilet to ensure that there were no leaks it was in place without movement and everything was functioning as it should.
Winterized home Drained and pumped water heater Removed filter under kitchen sink Shut water at curb Removed water from traps and put antifreeze in Turned off all electric Locked up and closed up all is complete
On arrival tech confirmed that water heater was leaking underneath the jacket from the tank. Customer was given the option of a similar model power vent water heater, or a tankless on-demand water heater. Customer opted to have similar model installed with a new expansion tank as well as having a pipe repair done in a three-quarter inch T upstream. Tech drained down old water heater, wile wain pipe repair was made . Once tank was drained , copper inlet and outlet lines were cut new tank was put in place with bonding wire and new expansion tank. Water was turned back on and lines were bled of air. no leaks are present at this time and water heater is functioning as it should.
Techs shut off water, drained old low boy electric water heater, and replaced with a similar miler model Bradford white. Replied water heater adding a new ball valve. Water was turned back on and no leaks are present at this time. Electrician I on way to hook up power.
Toilet is functioning properly, prior to arrival customer had cleared toilet and it is now functioning properly. Toilet was a dual flush glacier bay in the master bathroom
Tech removed old water heater and replaced with a similar model ( 40 gal Bradford white lo boy electric) While old heater was removed tech had noticed corrosion on pipes behind water heater and small water marks showing signs of a leak. With authorization corroded pipe and fittings had been replaced.
Technicians cut out and removed old 40 gallon electric water heater, and installed a similar model in its place, along with a new shut off valve valve. Technician cut out and removed old 40 gallon electric water heater, and installed a similar model in its place, along with a new shut off valve. Electrician will be on site tomorrow to install new electric shutoff.
Tech confirmed that disposal was not working, and upon inspection water was found on bottom of unit coming through reset button, and the motor had been ceased. Customer was given prices for installation of product and needs to discuss with her husband. Membership was offered and explained by tech as well
Replace water heater
Test Backflow Outside Irrigation Backflow passed inspection- service restored