Tech was very informative and kept me very advised on what services were taking place and what was actually needed.
They were courteous, professional, thorough and explained everything they did and found
James was awesome and very knowledgable. He fixed my AC issue the first time and the price was fair
Very knowledgeable, will recommend him to my clients
My A/C went out late one Thursday night. Figured I’d be sweating it out all weekend but James came out late Friday afternoon and fixed me up. The office gave me an update call mid-day. I was so impressed I signed up for the Savings Club. Thanks for a great job.
James was very professional and friendly. He was also very accommodating to my schedule. Thanks James!
James was here early and worked quickly to make sure all of our concerns were addressed. We feel confident our air and heating are running smoothly.
Arrived at residence to do a heating maintenance on 10 year old York system. Performed amp draws cleanliness of unit. Noticed insulation going into blower, secured it as normal. Checked defrost as well as reversing valve to make sure normal operation. Noticed sub cooling was low and made sure to get permission of adding r410a refrigerant to get up and running at normal operating pressures. Performed electronic leak search and giving client options with recommendations and explanations for decision
Performed heat maintenance on clients 1 year old Trane system, but checking all components of this heat pump system for cleanliness, amps, and performance. Also check temperature rises and split. Washed condenser coil with water hose, as well as replaced 20x20x4. Inspected drain lines for performance and cleanliness. Keeping the system up to manufacture specs.
Arrived at home to do heat maintenance of their 1 year old Trane system. Went thru emergency heat maintenance as well as heat pump maintenance, by checking all components cleanliness, amps, and performance, also checking refrigerant charge, and temperature split and rises. Performed condensing coil wash out with water house.
Performed diagnostics on duct booster fan, as well as reinstalled duct work to booster fan.
System had multiple issues upon my arrival. Main issue was the high voltage going into furnace had shorted burning up the neutral leg and wire nut. However breaker was not tripped and system was still live just dropping a leg for power. The indoor blower motor is designed for a 10 mfd capacitor and was operating on a 7.5. Also on Furnace the transformer had blown. The cause of failure was either the shorted thermostat wire on the outdoor unit or a surge caused from high voltage short. The condenser coils were a 100% restricted. Thoroughly washed condenser coils, checked refrigerant and performed amp draws. The compressor and condenser fan motor both are pulling high amp draws.
System was not cooling. It had fire ants in between bAr and post of one leg of contactor. This was not allowing unit to receive adequate power required for operation. Removed fire ants and inspected contact points and found no signs of burning or pitting. Performed first maintenance of ongoing club membership. System was installed last October during mild weather and sub cooling was slightly off. Added less than one pound of r-410a refrigerant. Thoroughly washed out condenser coils. Performed amp draws on fan motor and compressor. Also checked that dual run capacitor was operating per manufacturer specifications. System is operating as intended.
Cleared primary drain line on Trane Xv-20
Performed quality check
Replaced capacitor, installed hard start kit, and washed condenser coils
Fixed stuck dampers
Performed 3 system cooling maintenance. Thoroughly washed condenser coils. Checked electrical wiring and connections. Inspected function and condition of contact and capacitors. Monitored refrigerant levels cleared primary drain lines. Found a few seperate issues. Upstairs unit had a bad capacitor with shorted terminals and was 2 lbs low on r 410a. Located leak at service cap of suction line the shader valve was loose. Tightened shader valve and leak has been eliminated from service valve. Second issue was on the downstairs 17 seer 2 stage. Refrigerant was leaking at the common port located at the reversing valve. Tightened shader and leak was still present. So I removed abraded core and replaced it with a new core that was not defective and leak was eliminated added 6 lbs of r410a. It also had a weak capacitor operating outside unit manufacturer specs replaced both dual run capacitor. All systems are now cooling as intended per manufacturer specs.
Return chase shared wall with an thermal bypass that was insulated but not properly sealed. Thermostat had a large diameter whole behind its base plate and in the top plate of framed wall. Also the access to attic is in the same space sod the return and on three sides of ladder access there was anywhere from 1/4-1/2 inch gap you could clearly see into attic with. I sealed return at thermal bypass, top plate and insulated behind base plate and sealed it as well. I also created a seal at attic access
Unit was not cooling properly upon arrival. Found system to have a bad fan capacitor and condenser fan motor. Replaced condenser fan motor and run capacitor. Washed condenser coils thoroughly monitored refrigerant levels, took amp draws on condenser fan motor and compressor. System is cooling as intended. 1 year part and labor warranty on fan Montana capacitor