AC Repair, Heating & Plumbing near Magnolia for 30+ Years
Our family are experts when it comes to Cooling, Heating and Plumbing for your homes and businesses near Magnolia, TX. Our family gives you our personal promise that we won’t be happy until you’re 100% satisfied! Our reputation is based on your 100% satisfaction, and we take that promise seriously. It’s a part of our company mission!
We are located at 30045 FM 2978 Rd. Magnolia, TX 77354
Call us now at (281) 651-5484 or (936) 271-2030 for fast and friendly service.
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Mystic Tattoo - Magnolia, TX
I'm really glad I chose Bradbury Brothers. They were on time and serviced my AC quickly and had it running fast.
Donovan - Magnolia, TX
I’m very impressed with The level of customer service that is upheld in this company
Rhonda - Magnolia, TX
Great communication about my appointment
On time No mess
Debra - Magnolia, TX
Removed things under the sink and put them back like I had them. Fixed leak. Was on time.
Great detective work
Cindy - Magnolia, TX
Glad to find out all in order & it turned out to be a loud rattle in an unlikely place. Who woulda thought? Great response time & telephone service too.
Odie - Magnolia, TX
A/C is working. Amazing what a little sensor can do
Chuck - Magnolia, TX
Very friendly guy, he seemed knowledgeable and he worked at a fast rate.
Tina - Magnolia, TX
Mat F gave a very thorough inspection post install. He sealed up some very small leaks and went over his findings w us. All members of Bradbury who have assessed, sold, installed and serviced our new coil and ductwork have been great. Now I know the difference between an experienced thoro team Vs those we have had in the past.
Great Service, knowledgeable, very nice young man
Sally - Magnolia, TX
Very good service, was very efficient and knowledgeable.
Lyndsay - Magnolia, TX
Caleb was very knowledgeable, informative, friendly and professional. Excellent work.
Customer had us out for a stopped up toilet. Went to flush toilet to find out the flapper is not connected inside tank. Flapper is deteriorated. Replaced flapper and tested toilet. Toilet is now flushing it is not stopped up at this time
System-back part of office Approx Age of System: 3 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:114.7/434.2 SLT/LLT:61.9/104.8 VSAT/LSAT- 39.1/125 Superheat/Subcool-22.4/17.9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-82 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.7 Compressor RLA/LRA-14.8 Contactor Voltage-246.1/26.2 Capacitor Rating-68.51/10.2 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-72.4 Return Wet Bulb Temp-60.1 Supply Temp- 54.5 Temperature Difference-17.9 Required Difference-16-20 Blower FLA- 6.9 Filter Sizes â€“ 16x30x1 Changed Filters â€“ N (customer will change) Blew out drain line: Y Returned tstat to original settings: Y(72) Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes-system operational upon arrival, all readings within manufacture specs. Filters need changing but customer will change out. Set thermostat back to 72. Recommend replacing with newer thermostats so cycles for cooling per hour can be set to maintain temperature more efficiently. System-Front part of office Approx Age of System: 14
PMA x 1 PERP
Customer had us out today for a backed up ac condensate line. Blew the line out, heard water drain we blockage was pushed. Checked both sinks where the ac is tied in, both are draining as they should. Reattached pan drain line to outlet in soffit on one unit. Poured water through the other to ensure it was working as intended. Both pans are working as they should. There is no warranty on drain cleaning.
Homeowner had us out today for the upstairs bathroom to the backside of the house it is her sons bathroom. Found Moen 1224 two handle lavatory faucet cartridge bad for hot and cold. Changed both out. The handle on the master bath lavatory call side is a little stiff took it off and explain to homeowner about the water and vinegar. She is going to try to soak it for a while if that does not work she will order a handle through Moen.
Homeowner had us out today to flush out water heaters and also change anode rods in both water heaters. Flushed both water heaters and change anode rods. Tested everything out the water heaters are working properly. Homeowner also had me change one of the Moen 1222b cartridges. Tested and everything is working properly.
Went through system and found water in the drain pan possibly causing the float switch to trip. Found the vent stack without a cap. This was causing the water to not drain properly through the primary drain. I put a cap on it and we could see water coming through the primary drain. I also noticed the primary was cracked at the coil. This was causing water to leak through the threads. This could still cause a problem in the future. We checked pressures in the system and they look fine at this time. Found the fan capacitor was weak and leaking oil. We gave Ms. Dawn her options and explained this problem may continue with the cracked drain pan at the termination point. She understood and approved the removal of the water in the pan and the replacement of the capacitor. I vacuumed out all of the water from the drain pan and replaced the 5 mfd capacitor in the condenser. At this time the unit is operational and cooling has been restored. Refrigerant readings: SP 80 HP 213 SL
Came out to give a quote to install customer supplied softner . We gave the price with a bypass included using 1â€ cpvc. We are on schedule for Monday 2to 6 and if her electrician doesnâ€™t show she will give us a call. She has a price for a plug on the invoice.
Customer supplied gas control , change out went well the water heater is lit again. No follow up needed at this time. Customer paid cash with a 10 $ tip.
Took apart drain underneath and tested toilet. Was still having a bad flush . Ran sewer machine down the line to clear and tested drain still was not draining right. Could be the tank and the Hugh flush valve or something restricting the flow in the drain, going to get master plumber out to see what he comes up with. Home owner gets home at 3
Disposal was jammed and tripped. Reset and unjammed disposal and tested. Was working and draining good .
Arrived to the Klewer residence to install a new outlet next to the new tankless water heater located in the attic. At this time I do not see a reason for a follow up call.
Remove leaking 50 gallon gas water heater in attic. Frame up and install new navien tankless, new pan, water lines and gas lines to heater and vent through roof and painted.
System-main Approx Age of System: 4 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:119/301 SLT/LLT:59/93 VSAT/LSAT- 44/100 Superheat/Subcool-15/7 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-81 Outdoor Fan FLA- .83 Compressor RLA/LRA-12.2/65 Contactor Voltage-220/28 Capacitor Rating-45/5 of 45/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-69 Supply Temp-50 Temperature Difference-19 Required Difference-16/22 Blower FLA- 3.2 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ N(clean) Blew out drain line: N (no blowout valve) Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes-System is running well , only recommendation would be adding and air scrubber to kill air contaminants. No other issues were visible.
Arrived to check leak under kitchen sink. Found leaking basket strainer not put in correctly. Replaced with new and tested. Ultimate service experience cleaned out cleaning supply container that was full of water from leak and put back in.
AC Diagnostic System: Refrigerant Type R22/R410A Metering Device-Fixed Orifice/TXV SP/HP SLT/LLT VSAT/LSAT SH/SC Outdoor Entering Air Temperature Filter Size(s)20x25-4 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: System was operational upon arrival met with customer listened to recording of the noise. Turned system on noticed the noise at the return grill by thermostat. Went to the attic did not notice any noise coming from the blower or furnace. Went back to the return grille pushed on the grille and the noise went away. Added a spacer to give tension on the filter grille. Previous to install return grille had 1 inch filters, system now has a media filter. Recommendations:
System-DS Approx Age of System:19 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- Fixed Orifice SP/HP:55.3/199.3 SLT/LLT:27.4/76 VSAT/LSAT- 30.2/101.1 Superheat/Subcool-0/24.6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-78 Outdoor Fan FLA- R1.5 A 1.5 Compressor RLA/LRA- R23.7/129 A16.3 /135.6 Contactor Voltage-240.5/25.1 Capacitor Rating-60/7.5 45.53/7.5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-70.2 Return Wet Bulb Temp-59.3 Supply Temp- 49.9 Temperature Difference-19 Required Difference-15-21 Blower FLA- 5.4 Filter Sizes â€“12X12x1 20x30x1 Changed Filters â€“ N Customer will change Blew out drain line: Y Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes-System was operational upon arrival performed AC tuneup found no overflow protection system, emergency drain pan had water in it, noticed it was rusti
Homeowner had us out today due to no hot water. Found gas control valve on a 20 year old water heater not working. Talk to homeowner and let them know the price of the gas control valve versus changing the water heater out. Also let them know that they could pay the price to have the gas control valve changed out in six months down the road have to change the water heater anyways. Homeowner wanted to change water heater. Installed a 40 gallon natural gas short water heater in the attic. Test it out and everything is working properly. Homeowner paid the $29 service fee plus the first install of the $9.95 for the comfort club monthly. Green sky is financing the rest.
Check ac drain stopped up. Drain is not piped to where it can be serviced properly. Was able to blow out line with minimal mouth pressure. Recommend rerouting line to where it can be serviced. Owner will talk with his partner and get repair on schedule. Everything is operational at this time, no warranty til itâ€™s piped right
Checked water heater leaking in attic. Found 15 year old water heater rusted badly on bottom. Gave option for replacement with tank and tankless. Tankless on schedule for tomorrow and electrician for Friday for the plug outlet.
Air handler has a blockage in the primary and it needs to be cleared. Drain line is short and goes directly into wall with no room to add blowout valve. Spoke to Master Plumber and determined it would be something he would have to clear. Scheduled Master plumber to come back out and clear line.
Retuned to replace a bad outdoor sensor. Replaced sensor and reset system. Had to wait for equipment to read sensor. System is operational at this time.
Checked and looked at new water lines home owner wants ran and new sink to set will work up bid and send over as soon as we can .