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Dylan was awesome! Thank you!
Awesome technician! Went right to work and was so personable and professional
Dylan provided excellent customer service. He was timely, professional and great at explaining technical terms. He also did a great job of explaining what he found.
Our systems are less than 2 years old and we needed service because a part failed. We were shocked by the cost of service while our products are under warranty! The serviceman was on time and explained the failure to my husband. He and I are dumbfounded. We are now waiting on the part and the rest of the service.
The repairman was excellent when he inspected our unit. He explained what he did and why. He also suggested other things which we will consider. He was very polite and did an excellent job!
Very helpful and explained everything well.
on time and immediately fixed the issue
Helpful, professional and knowledgeable
Today, sean and I completed a replacement of the ERV system. Once we got it done, we showed the customer the new ERV system. The new ERV system came with a dream port. The old one does not have a drain port. We read the service manual, and it said that the drain port was optional. The service manual said to drain it into a bucket. If it was in use. I told the customer if he wanted us, we could run one into a bucket. He said that he was not worried about it. If it became an issue, he would call us back out. We are not liable to hook up any drains at this time. If the customer wants one put in We will charge for it. Me and the customer both tested the ERV system out. I showed him the control panel and we watched it. Cut one and cut off. At this time the ERV system is working properly.
All wiring is tight and in good condition. The refrigerant pressures are in correct range per manufacturer specifications. Tested operation in cooling and heating. I completed the check sheet and emailed it to the customer.
Arrived at customers house and began my inspection. Emergency heat was amping out perfect. I checked refrigerant charge which was within range according to manufacturer specifications. Everything is clean and all wires are tight and secure. I mentioned a hard start kit, she is not interested right now. At this time everything is working properly. For more information, refer to check sheet.
Arrived at customers house to complete maintenance. Everything with trey system is working properly at this time. My refrigerant charge was good and the electric heat was working perfectly. I mentioned a hard start kit and she wanted to get that put on.
Arrived to the customers home and greeted them at the front door. Spoke with the customer about the current issue that they are experiencing. Customer lead me to the upstairs where the indoor mini split head was in walked me to the outdoor unit. After troubleshooting system, found lockdown on a communication code, was able to reboot system to reestablish communication between the two pieces of equipment. Found blower wheel, extremely dirty and impeding airflow, causing the system to severely under perform. Quoted the customer for the cleaning of the blower wheel today amd Confirmed operation of system after completing cleaning of the blower wheel. collected payment and return system to service.
All wiring is tight and in good condition. The refrigerant pressures are in correct range per manufacturer specifications. Tested system in cooling and heating. The emergency heat is working properly at this time. I provided the new filters to customer and replaced the filter. I changed the batteries in the smoke detectors and inspected the water heater. The system is working properly at this time.
All wiring is tight and in good condition. The refrigerant pressures are in correct range per manufacturer specifications. Heating and cooling are working properly at this time. I completed the check sheets and emailed them to the customer.
Arrived at customers house to begin inspection. Started upstairs in the attic, took amperage reading of heat elements that’s within range. Blower wheel is clean and clear. Zip tied insulation to line set a little better. Headed outside and found outdoor to be super unlevel. Quoted that up for customer. Found all components to be within manufacturer specifications. Found 2 square disconnects outside, quoted customer up to replace them. Headed downstairs to furnace. Checked gas pressures, they were slightly off so I adjusted them to 10 IWC. Cleaned flame sensor. Charge for both units is correct. Both systems are functioning properly at this time, for more information refer to check sheet.
Upon arrival spoke with customer and they have no issues. Went to stat and went over the stat with the customer. Customers son does hvac schooling and will be soon doing there service. Went over indoor unit and made sure no issues with system. Unit is level and drain is clear. Wires all tight. Indoor unit is working well. Went outside, all electrical checked within specs. Motors checked within specs. Refrigerant levels are within manufacturing specifications. Disconnect wires are tight. Surge protector working at this time. Spoke with customer about options and he was not interested at this time.
On today’s visit, I found a lot of issues with the system that I needed to go over with a customer. I found the return flex line in the crawlspace to be completely disconnected. I found the blower wheel to be dirty. I found the evaporator coil to be dirty. I found the primary drain pan for the evaporator coil to be rusted out. I found the drain line clogged. I found growth on the inside of the air handler cabinet. There was a new compressor that was installed in 2017. The capacitor was shorted out it was a 45/5. I found the contactor to be burnt And pitted. I found the condenser fan motor to be leaking oil and I also found the charge to be low. All these repairs cost around $6000. The system is 20 years old. My recommendation is that they get a new system. I have Elgin on the schedule for them to come out tomorrow and give the customer a price on replacing the system.