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Lynn - Montgomery, TX
Robert G. - Montgomery, TX
Juan M. found the problem and same day fix. I have had nothing but great things to say. Prices are Amazing and the work they do is great. Very informative to all questions and concerns I had.
Excellent service techs!
Josh - Montgomery, TX
Robert - Montgomery, TX
Found the problem and was very knowledgeable.
Very good service
George - Montgomery, TX
Very well done
Donald - Montgomery, TX
Great AC Service
Rick - Montgomery, TX
Jose - Montgomery, TX
Juan is an outstanding profesional
Efficient and professional
Mark - Montgomery, TX
James continues to maintain the Bradberry Brothers standard of good service and professionalism.
Hot water heater service
John - Montgomery, TX
Very informative visit regarding how and when to flush your hat water heater
Great plumbing service!
Rick - Montgomery, TX
Jose - Montgomery, TX
Very friendly operator.
Gene - Montgomery, TX
Jim gave us great service on our electric
Tom - Montgomery, TX
He was great! We would like to have him every time if possible
Howard - Montgomery, TX
Caleb was extremely patient with the old man.
Eric - Montgomery, TX
Completed job in a timely manner
Great service! Shane is wonderful
Mary - Montgomery, TX
Shane is always the one sent to our house. Not sure if he is just the one for this area or draws the short straw. Regardless, glad Shane is the one! He knows our house, our requests upon arrival, and ALWAYS gets the job done! Price wise, don't know how they compare to others. Frankly, they get the job done, have the necessary inventory ON THE TRUCK, preventing someone else to have to bring it delaying completion OR having to schedule another visit! The office calls you when he's on his way, even including a bio sheet so you know what he looks like and his interests, keeping all safe. The office staff is always so friendly, and there's always someone answering three phone!!! A very professional group! ABSOLUTELY, YES, I highly recommend Bradbury plumbing👍
Great service again from Ken
Chuck - Montgomery, TX
Ken worked efficiently and safely as always. Found a few issues and resolved while here.
Great plumbing service!!
Rick - Montgomery, TX
Peter - Montgomery, TX
Very appreciative of Kens hard work
Fantastic service to replace two toilets!!
Rick - Montgomery, TX
Nate - Montgomery, TX
Very friendly and quick to provide needed parts and service.
Robert - Montgomery, TX
Juan was a great tech. He found the problem and was able to fix it same day.
Service was good and very knowledgeable.
David - Montgomery, TX
Terrific service from our technician Ken!! He did an excellent job . Very thorough inspection
Peter - Montgomery, TX
Ken provided us excellent service. He did the inspection and tune up in a very thorough efficient manner. His detailed inspection identified an issue which needs to be addressed.
Mr Cowan called us out because his primary pan on the upstairs unit is cracked and leaking water into the emergency pan. I did a courtesy leak search on the coil. Was not able to find leak in evaporator coil, but Cowan said the upstairs unit is leaking because heâ€™s had to add refrigerant to it in the past. I went outside and found the leak in the evaporator coil with electronic leak detector. Recalibrated the refrigerant leak detector outside and went to double check the evaporator coil. Upon going through from door leak detector went off sensing refrigerant in the air of the home. Went upstairs and the leak detector stopped. In the attic, checked the upstairs coil again and still was not able to find a refrigerant leak in the evaporator coil. Did a courtesy check of the downstairs evaporator coil because my electronic leak detector was sensing refrigerant in the air on the first floor, and it did find a leak in the downstairs evaporator coil which is where the refrigerant it sensed
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Customer had us back out today because there was a break further up the line. Found a piece of pipe snapped off at the 90. Made the repair, waited 20 minutes for glue joint to cure and returned water service. There were no leaks and everything is working as it should.
Customer had us out today for a water leak. She believed it may have came from the water heaters. Found no water in the pans, no leaks on the connections and the vent seems to still be sealed. Most likely the water entered the home during the storm and the customer will have a roofing company come out to check the roof out.
Came back out today to install part that Rheem sent for the boiler on the left side of the building all the way to the back. Turn power back on everything is working properly. Explain to customer that it will take about an hour to get hot water back through that system.
Customer had us out today for a broken water line at the meter. When we arrived the MUD was working on installing the meter. We installed a 1â€ schedule 80 male adapter. The MUD will be able to tie their meter into the male adapter. Due to being unable to test the glue joint we can not warranty this repair.
Customer had us out today for a blocked condensate line. Was able to clear the blockage with the handtop. Blew through the line and observed water running through the line. Everything is working as it should. There is no warranty on drain cleaning.
System- Amana Approx Age of System: 8 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:110/278 SLT/LLT: 63/85 VSAT/LSAT- 38/90 Superheat/Subcool- 29/7 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- Outdoor Fan FLA- 1 Compressor RLA/LRA-15.6/n/a Contactor Voltage- 246 Capacitor Rating- turbo x Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-73 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 65 Supply Temp- 56 Temperature Difference-17 Required Difference-15-20 Blower FLA- 5.3 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ N Customer will Blew out drain line: Y Notes- System is operational upon arrival. Performed tuneup and found unit has isolation valve but no safety switches recommended safety switches to prevent any water damage to go on the ceiling. Also found a little bit of organic growth in the supply Plenum so recommended air scrubber to stop
System-upstairs Approx Age of System:7 years old Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device-TXV SP/HP:132/300 SLT/LLT:65/87 VSAT/LSAT-45/95 Superheat/Subcool-19/9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-86 Outdoor Fan FLA-.67 Compressor RLA/LRA-7.88/63.2 Contactor Voltage-243 Capacitor Rating-passed Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-71 Return wet bulb- 62 Supply Temp-52 Temperature Difference-19 Required Difference-16-20 Blower FLA-4.9 Filter Sizes â€“16x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ no clean Blew out drain line: Yes Notes- Everything is running and cooling properly Recommend installing inline safety switches as a first line of defense against clogged drain lines. Next Scheduled Tune up Date: . . . . . . . . . System-downstairs Approx Age of System:6 years old Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:125/289 SLT/LLT:55/87 VSAT/LSAT-42/93 Superheat/Subcool-13/6.8 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-85 Outdoor Fan FLA-.89 Compressor RLA/LRA-12.1/79 Contactor Voltage-242 Capacitor Rating-p
System- upstairs Approx Age of System: 5 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 120/287 SLT/LLT: 55/80 VSAT/LSAT- 40/93 Superheat/Subcool- 14/11 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 73 Outdoor Fan FLA- 0.9 Compressor RLA/LRA- 8.2/98.4 (83.0) Contactor Voltage- 240/26 Capacitor Rating- 45/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 73 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 64 Supply Temp- 55 Temperature Difference- 18 Required Difference- 18 Blower FLA- 4.9 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Y Blew out drain line: Y Notes- performed ac tuneup. System was operational upon arrival. Compressor is over amping on startup. Recommend hardstart kit. Noticed some organic growth in the supply air plenum. (Non-ozone per preference) Scheduled next tune up date: System- downstairs Approx Age of System: 5 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 116/292 SLT/LLT: 58/82 VSAT/LSAT- 38/92 Superheat/Subcool- 20/9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 74 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.2
Customer had us out today to flush both conventional water heaters, they had mentioned they want to get another year out of them so theyâ€™re not changing them out at this point but will definitely consider in the future since they were pretty rough to flush. Also while we were there we serviced both the kitchen Faucets. Everything is back together and running well and customer also signed up for comfort club yearly for the discount. They would like the first home inspection scheduled five months from now and just need one follow up call to confirm the appointment when the time comes. Customer paid with the card on file no more follow up this time.
System-downstairs Approx Age of System:17 years old Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:58/160 SLT/LLT:56/83 VSAT/LSAT- 32/86 Superheat/Subcool-23/3.9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-82 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.2 Compressor RLA/LRA-12.3/79 Contactor Voltage-243 Capacitor Rating-passed Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-74 Return Wet Bulb Temp-63 Supply Temp- 55 Temperature Difference-19 Required Difference-16-20 Blower FLA- 5.3 Filter Sizes â€“20x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ no clean Blew out drain line: no way to blowout drain lines Notes- Recommend installing blowout valve to keep lines clear of debris System-upstairs Approx Age of System:3 years old Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:116/267 SLT/LLT:63/85 VSAT/LSAT- 39/87
1/4 pex line had pin hole leak. Cut back behind pin hole and reconnected water line back to check for leaks l found none and water was holding .
AC Diagnostic System: Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-Fixed Orifice SP/HP 130/315 SLT/LLT 57/87 VSAT/LSAT 46/99 SH/SC 10/11 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 88 Filter Size(s) 20x25x1 Notes: came back to see why unit was freezing. Checked levels and had 0SH. So went inside and found coil caked recommended major was of coil to get some air flow through the house. Also recommended blower cleaning but itâ€™s rusted up so I could do more damage cleaning it. Customer approved major evap cleaning. brushed, and used shop vac to clean and used coil cleaner. Levels went to normal after washing. System operational at this time Recommendations:
Shower on both sides was not working properly in master bath. One was not getting hot and the other was not turning on. Showed home owner pricing for replacing both cartridges for shower and they approved. Turned water off and pulled old cartridges and installed new ones. Checked for leaks and found none . Toilet in hallway had the chain to long. Shortened chain and tested .nwas working great
AC Diagnostic System: goodman Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP 102/296 SLT/LLT 72/92 VSAT/LSAT 32/94 SH/SC 40/2 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 90 Temp split 13 Filter Size(s) 20x25x1, 12x24x1 AFTER SP/HP 128/318 SLT/LLT 60/97 VSAT/LSAT 45/100 SH/SC 20/5 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 90 Temp split 17 Notes: system could never reach temp recently customer stated. Checked levels and found system low on refrigerant told customer we could find the leak and replace the part thatâ€™s leaking. Customer is selling home so he would like to just add refrigeration for now. Customer never knew if his unit is under warranty so he would like to know if it is still for future reference. Recommendations:
System analysis x1 Txv has a restriction, sh/sc-4.0/5.0 And vsat/lsat -59/105, added refrigerant As suggested by supervisor and subcool rose to 14 as it should be per name plate and superheat stayed the same along with the vsat temp. Low side never rose . Txv seems to be restricted , will attempt to see if carrier is open tomorrow , if so we will have a tech come out tomorrow to repair unit.
Getting price together for installing washer machine box drain line and water . Will need to get electrical put to bid for plug as well.
AC Diagnostic System:DOWNSTAIRS Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP 80.7/254 SLT/LLT 87/92 VSAT/LSAT 21/84 SH/SC 65/0 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 90 Filter Size(s) 20x25x4 Notes: Diagnostic on downstairs unit, customer stated it hasnâ€™t been cooling the past days. Checked indoor unit found indoor unit working properly inspected coils coils are slightly dirty. Customer is getting poor airflow due to them having media filter and 1in filters. Checked outdoor unit refrigerant pressures, found unit to be low on refrigerant, performed a quick electronic leak search, found leak at evaporator coil. Showed customer video detector finding leak. Gave customer options, informed customer I wouldnâ€™t recommend adding refrigerant due to system having a leak and it is not guaranteed that refrigerant will stay. I informed customer best option would be having a comfort advisor here for a free estimate on a evaporator coil due to its condition and age, and explained benefits of
Arrived to the Vickery residence to look at a bathroom exhaust fan not working. It is making a humming noise as if the motor had burned up I let the customer know it would be best if he were to go pick one out at Home Depot( only because thereâ€™s multiple choices and he could get the one that he wanted. He said he would have me come back out once he has a new exhaust fan.
Upon arrival no cooling due to system being froze. More than likely there is a refrigerant leak in system, returning 05/23/20 between 12-4 to properly diagnose. Pulled disconnect on condenser, and left fan in the on position to help de-ice coil faster.
Checked for leak By the pool. And checked the front meter . Did not see any signs of a leak on the main line. Where the leak is by the pool there are no water lines that we would work on by it . Only lines are the irrigation. and pool lines maybe. The leak is coming from irrigation that I can tell. Inside I found one toilet leaking by fill valve and not shutting off all the way. Will need to get the correct parts to install for that toilet do not carry that specific fill valve or handle . Will let home owner know when we receive the parts . Lamp out side needs new pilot assembly for the gas lamp have pictures of assembly that we need to order or get . Also let home owners know to take a picture of the water meter numbers now and at the end of the money to compare what they have to the what the mud district has as well
Returned to install warranty coil. Removed old leaking coil and added warranty coil. Took old filter drier off and replaced with new one, performed pressure test and had it a 200psi for 20 minutes, performed vacuum and got it down to 178 microns, added 7 pounds off refrigerant and got unit to factory charge. Unit is up and running at this time. Had to re install new in line switch. Customer would like us to call her in two weeks to schedule her plumbing and inspection and electrical inspection.
4 zone house. (Zone 4 front of house, zone motor went bad. Replaced motor.) Everything is working properly now and cooling
Came out today to do our annual home inspection The water heaters are 12, 6 and 3 years old. Left estimates to replace all three