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At the end, when we were discussing best price and he said he could cut his own money he has allotted for advertising and that he would cut his fee to lower my out of pocket cost, I felt that I would not be able to move forward because I would always feel bad about receiving a lower cost/price at his direct expense and it was making feel guilty for something I have not even agreed upon.
James was great. He was very professional and still very friendly at the same time. James was very thorough with his inspection and equally thorough explaining what he found and also educating us on our system.
Response from Loving Air, Inc.:
Amy, thank you for the great review on James. He is a great technician and takes great care of all our customers.
Upon arrival filter was dirty, pulled filter out, customer explained there was two crawl doors, one was under a deck where we canâ€™t get to. Went in crawl that we could get to and found duct not insolated and fallen. No indoor unit to be found. Duct goes into second crawl. Went outside, outdoor unit has some brush around it, with poison ivy in it. Showed customer. Explained first duct would need to be repaired along with all weeds gone and the entrance to indoor unit opened. Priced up duct repair for customer, would need 1 guy 4 hours. Insolation and duct strap.
Upon arrival found filter dirty. Checked coil and found coil leaking and frozen. Heat exchanger checked out good no cracks. Drain is clear at this time. Blower is clean and amped at .8amps. Wires all tight. Turned gas side on and let gas run for a couple mins, gas side is running correctly. Went outside, coil is clean. Wires all tight. Contacter and capacitor checked out within specs. Fan amped at 1.1amps. Compressor amped at 5.46amps. System has refrigerant in it but can no be true on pressures due to coil being partially frozen. Compressor megohmed green. Priced up to replace coil, txv, new refrigerant. Went over everything involved in replacing the coil with the customer and explained the only concern I had is with its age if she puts that kind of money into the system if somthing fails the amount she pays for repairs could equal out to be a new system. Adam is on his way to verify my findings and give the customer more options. CUSTOMER HOME IS UNIT B
Upon arrival filters are all clear. Started upstairs. Indoor unit, blower and coil are clear. No leaks found on coil. Blower is clean. Blower amped at .8amps. Can not clean drain line properly, recommended eztrap. Wires all tight. System has a pan safety. Indoor unit is working well. Went to crawlspace, coil and blower are clean. No leaks on coil. Wires all tight. Blower amped at .7amps. Can no clean drain line, recommended eztrap. No wires are loose or broken, all duct work is tight. Went outside, both coils are clean. Attic outdoor, contacter and capacitor checked out good (35/5mfd) fan amped at 1.12amps compressor amped at 5.45amps. Refrigerant levels are 110/310, 70Â° outside, 67Â° inside. Crawl outdoor, contacter and capacitor checked out good(35/5) fan amped at 1.14amps. Compressor amped at 5.71amps. Refrigerant levels where 108/312. 70Â° outside, 68Â° inside. Disconnects both checked out good with no issues. Both systems are working well, priced up safetyâ€™s for the systems t
Upon arrival filter was dirty. Went into attic and drain pan was full of water. Explained to customer drain line had backed up and pan needed to be cleaned out. Coil is rusted but found no leaks. Coil is clean, blower is clear. Wires are tight. Explained to customer with age system is prone to fail, customer called his wife to get approval before we did anything. Customer approved work to be done, he is payin half and his mother in law is going to call in to pay half. $223.68. Went into attic and cleaned water out of drain pan and drain line is now clear. Explained to customer with drain not always being cleaned is why it backed up as well as the rust off the coil. Everything is clear now, and outdoor unit came on. Went outside, coil is clear, wires all tight. Contacter and capacitor checked out good. Fan amped at 1.1amps. Compressor amped at 5.4amps. Refrigerant levels are 110/315, 9Â° subcool, 73Â° inside, 66Â° outside. System is working properly at this time but as I explained to c
Upon arrival went to indoor unit, cleaned off filter. Brushed blower off. Wires all tight. Coil is clean, no leaks at this time. Found no cracks in heat exchanger at this time. Gas lines are tight. Turned humidifier off as asked per customer. Capacitor checked out at 10mfd. Fan amped at 1.1amps. Indoor unit is working well. Coil has been replaced before but furnace has not. Went outside, coil is clean. Contacter showing no signs of pitting. Capacitor checked out at 60/5mfd. Fan amped at 1.1amps, compressor amped at 5.6amps. Refrigerant levels where 111/309, 72Â° inside, 64Â° outside, 10Â° subcool. Disconnect wires are tight and hit and low voltage in system checked out good. Compressor megohmed in green. Capacitor does have some rust on it but not showing signs of failure yet. Spoke to customer about comfort options.
Upon arrival filter is clear. Turned stat on cool and went to basement, indoor coil is clean and found no leaks. Blower is clear and wires are tight. Heat exchanger shows no signs of cracks. Blower amped at .8amps. System inside is working good. Went outside and cleaned outdoor coil. Wires are tight. Contacter and capacitor checked out good. Contacter has very small pitting but not enough to be and issue yet at this time. Will need to keep an eye on it. Fan amped at 1.3amps. Compressor amped at 5.3amps. Refrigerant levels where 100/311. 40Â° outside, 64Â° inside. Megohmed compressor and it is green at this time. Disconnect wires are tight. System overall is working well, found no major issues. Priced up comfort options for customer.
Customer did not answer door or phone calls.
. Upon arrival filters were clean. Went to attic and found fan running on low speed. Made sure everything was wired correctly and it was. Control board isnâ€™t letting fan go into high or medium speed. Called east coast and ordered a control board. The blower is clean. The coil is clean. No signs of leaks at this time. The drain is clear. Went to outdoor unit. Need to checked refrigerant pressures when I return and after coil is sprayed off. The contactor is free of pitting. The compressor amped at 5.84. The condenser fan motor amped at .56 both are within the range per manufacture specifications. The capacitor checked out good. Coil is a little dirty. Sold club membership. Need to return with board to complete repairs.
Inspected humidifier found it to not be making any noise at all tested it a few times nothing had customer cut furnace off at t-stat and humidity stat was chattering really bad, checked wiring found that the humidifier was not wired right had all the fan wires going together, took them apart g from humidistat goes to the t-stat g fan wire and the g out on humidistat goes to the furnace rewired and tested all is working good at this time,