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Shana - Spring, TX
Jason was professional and fast! Corrected another company’s mistake. My AC’s are running better than they have in over a year! Highly recommended!
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We are so grateful to have Bradbury Brothers’ team. We have always had impeccable service, everyone is kind and considerate, and we have never been left with anything but positive feelings about the overall experience every time we’ve worked with their team members. Today, Jeremy was able to help us with an urgent problem quickly and earlier than scheduled on the same day as we realized we had an issue. He was the model of professionalism and was a pleasure to work with. Thanks, Jeremy!
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AC Diagnostic System: 18 Refrigerant Type R22 Metering Device-TXV SP/HP: 83.4/253.7 SLT/LLT: 87/101.5 VSAT/LSAT: 49.5/118.2 SH/SC: 37.5/16.7 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature Filter Size(s) 20x25x1 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: System was not keeping up with cooling today during the heat of the day after having the system turned off for a few hours and me arriving turning it back on checking operation system was cooling within Range. I discovered multiple issues due to the initial install and the age and condition of the equipment. The duct system is not strapped up and connected properly insulated factor is deteriorated, the drain line system was not installed properly, after slightly nudging the drain line it came completely apart and I had to reconnect the line as to continue with the diagnostic. There is a major restrictions in the drain line after cutting a piece of the drain line I was able to show both homeowners the cond
AC Diagnostic System: Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP 145/335 SLT/LLT 65/99 VSAT/LSAT 51/103 SH/SC 14/4 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 90 Filter Size(s) 20x25x1 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: On arrival unit was operational. Checked safety switches. A lot of debris is present at bottom of in-line and top of p-trap. Checked operating temperatures and pressures. No issue. Checked condenser electrical, RLA-11.3 FLA-.7 CAP-40.76/4.70 (weak but operational). Flushed drain line and checked for flow.
Arrived at job and checked in with customer. Found primary drain line clogged. Recommended installing blow out valve and over flow protection. Upon cutting pvc drain line we found pvc completely clogged with debris inside the entire drain line. Drain line and equipment are original to home. At the point we recommended replacing entire drain line to plumber stack to prevent causing a clog or package downstream. Customer approved repairs. When cutting out drain line the male pvc fitting at the primary drain pan broke. Scared to cause equipment damage or crack primary drain line we informed customer of situation and recommended best option was to replace evaporator coil due to age,condition, efficiency, safety. Customer opted to try and fix best we could. Only option was to silicone primary drain line connection and install new pvc drain line to plumber stack. We dried out evaporator coil primary drain pan and siliconed. New drain line installed. We informed customer that equipment is at
Diagnostic- compressor locked out. Occasionally losing low voltage for a split second, caused compressor to run backwards and tripped thermal overload. Jordan to follow up for replacement.
Diagnostic Unit was operational on arrival. Checked safety switches. None present. Checked operating temperatures and pressures (see photos). No issue. Checked condenser electrical. No issue. Cycled unit on and off three times. Could not recreate issue. Possible intermittent issue.
Went through and did a visual inspection of the unit to see what was sweating. I found a couple of wyes that were sweating and one wye that wasnâ€™t properly insulated. This wye has caused a small wet spot on the ceiling. I have spoken to our install manager and he said he would reach out to the Bransons on Monday. He said we could possibly get our install team back out here to make these corrections on Wednesday or Thursday.
Came out today for a bathroom stoppage. Homeowner thought it was just a shower but it was a whole master bathroom. Had to run sewer machine through the P-trap of the lavatory. Cleared stoppage everything is draining properly.
Checked water line and meter. Meter is holding still and not showing any signs of a leak on the house . Hose bib in the back was slightly turned on and leaking by. Turned off hose bib and water stopped in the back and should dry up. Home owner is getting neighborhood out to check there sprinklers . No water line off meter is in the area that the leak is showing .
AC Diagnostic System: Upstairs Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP 160/402 SLT/LLT 71/99 VSAT/LSAT 56/116 SH/SC 14/17 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 97 Filter Size(s) 20x25x1 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: U/S AC drain line is dripping outside. Found clogged primary drain line. Both primaries (U/S + D/S) tie into the same drain and plumber stack. Informed that if issue reoccurs a plumber maybe necessary to clear plumber stack or/and reroute a primary to new location.
System on north side of the kennel not operational. Transformer had failed and there is no low voltage. I do not have the transformer this unit requires on the truck. Office called a few supply houses and none had any in stock today. 4th of July weekend makes it hard for us to get parts. Weâ€™ll need to return next week with transformer.
Homeowner had his back today to install kitchen sink faucet. Changed out faucet and tested. Everything is working properly found no leaks. Also took a look at the water heaters found some corrosion on a couple of connections.Also found the T&P Valves on both water heaters not working. Gave estimate on changing water heaters also fixing problems
Diagnostic Found insulation pushed away from the supply boot. Moved insulation to fill around the supply boot. Schrader core had broke apart inside the valve. Couldnâ€™t get all of it out. Will need to go back prepared with a suction line valve as it is very likely the whole valve may need to be replaced as opposed to just the schrader core. Follow up required
AC Diagnostic System:main Refrigerant TypeR410A Metering Device-TXV VSAT/LSAT- 8/94-49/112 SH/SC-14/8 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature -95 Filter Size(s)20x25x4 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: System is low on refrigerant , added 3.5lbs to get it cooling properly. Low refrigerant indicates leak in the system . Recommend performing leak search but as of now customer would like just to add the refrigerant and will be processing a claim with his home warranty when unit gives out.
We came out today to separate both of the AC condensation lines on the left side of the attic,They are now separated running through different Vents which should Reduce the chance of stopping up. Also repaired the cold side on the master lab Faucet. Customer paid check for capture no follow-up needed today.
AC Diagnostic System:US Refrigerant Type: R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP153.6/357.4 SLT/LLT-62.4/101.1 VSAT/LSAT-54/108.3 SH/SC-8.5/7.3 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 96 Filter Size(s)20*30*1 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: Arrived on site, system was operational upon arrival. Verified system was dripping outside found that the upstairs drain line was clogged cleared drain line with nitrogen. Attached gauges suction pressures were elevated, found furnace doors were installed incorrectly. System was bringing in attic air. Installed doors in the correct position, inspected coil, coil is clean. System is cooling within manufacturers specifications. Recommendations:
Came out today to complete hard pipe condensation for drain lines for al five air conditioners. One of them has two tied into the same line. Job complete
System-Main Approx Age of System: 11 years Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 126/327 SLT/LLT:67/100 VSAT/LSAT- 44/103 Superheat/Subcool-23/2 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-95 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.3 Compressor RLA/LRA-12.2/86 Contactor Voltage-242/26 Capacitor Rating-39/6.6 of 45/7.5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-68 Return Wet Bulb Temp-60 Supply Temp-46 Temperature Difference-22 Required Difference-16-24 Blower FLA- 11 Filter Sizes â€“20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ N Clean Blew out drain line: N no valve Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes-Recommend air scrubber to help prevent organic growth and increase air quality. Recommend a blowout valve to allow drain line to be cleared if blockage occurs. Unit appears low on refrigerant according to subcooling, but could be due to a dirty coil, recommend a minor cleaning to clear buildup and increase efficiency. Scheduled next tune up date: Thursday January 14th
System- single system Approx Age of System: evaporator coil and condenser 6 years old furnace 1 year Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 125.6/360.9 SLT/LLT: 63.8/96.9 VSAT/LSAT- 43/108.9 Superheat/Subcool- 20.8/12 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 93 Outdoor Fan FLA- .8 Compressor RLA/LRA- 16.1/144.8 (high energy draws on start up) Contactor Voltage- 237 Capacitor Rating- 59/4 (Low value capacitor) Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 71.4 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 44.7 Supply Temp- 57.6 Temperature Difference- 14.2 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA- 9 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x1/20x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ Y (customer will replace at later time) Blew out drain line: Y Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- System refrigerant levels are within range There is no need for additional refrigerant in the system. There are existing airflow issues at this time and could be looked into with a deeper dive at a later time if
Customer had us out today for a backed up kitchen sink and utility room. Removed trap under kitchen sink, ran the sink machine and cleared blockage. Pulled back small amount of toilet paper. Filled and drained sink multiple times to check for leaks and functionality, everything is working as it should. Left estimate to run camera if issue becomes more common. There is no warranty on drain cleaning.
Replaced under warranty evaporator coil. Pumped down system, placed new coil replaced filter dried pressurized and leak tested at 200psi pressure held and vacuumed system pulled 500 microns. Added 1 lb of 410a left pressures at SP/HP 32/344 SLT/LLT 62/96.9 VSAT/LSAT 46.6/106.5 SH/SC 16/9.7. unit is up and running/cooling properly. (Customer gave verbal acknowledgment for signature)
We came out today to work over the customers master shower, changing out the thermostatic cartridge and cleaning out the showerheads and greasing the assembly for the thermostatic valve we were able to increase pressure and functionality For the shower. We showed the customer and he is satisfied and he paid with the card on file. No follow-up needed.
System-main Approx Age of System: 8 years Refrigerant Type-R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:125/327 SLT/LLT:58/94 VSAT/LSAT- 43/102 Superheat/Subcool-13.5/8 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-93 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.0 Compressor RLA/LRA-12/108 Contactor Voltage-239/25 Capacitor Rating-41/6.6 of 45/7.5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-77 Return Wet Bulb Temp-64 Supply Temp- 58 Temperature Difference-19 Required Difference-16-24 Blower FLA- 7.0 Filter Sizes â€“ 12x24x1 12x12x1 Changed Filters â€“ N clean Blew out drain line: N No valve Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes-no blowout valve , recommend installing one to allow drain line to be cleared if blockage occurs. Minor buildup on condenser coil recommend a minor cleaning to increase efficiency and clear buildup. Customer would like to look into coil cleaning during next AC tuneup. Scheduled next tune up date: Thursday January 28th 8-10
System- upstairs Approx Age of System: 7 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 143/335 SLT/LLT: 65/97 VSAT/LSAT- 50/103 Superheat/Subcool- 16/6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 91 Outdoor Fan FLA- 0.8 Compressor RLA/LRA- 7.7/70.3 (64) Contactor Voltage- 245/26 Capacitor Rating- 45/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 78 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 66 Supply Temp- 56 Temperature Difference- 22 Required Difference- 18 Blower FLA- 3.8 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ N Blew out drain line: N Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- performed ac tuneup. System was operational upon arrival. Compressor is over amping on startup. No condensation protection. No blowout valves. System- downstairs Approx Age of System: 7 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 149/390 SLT/LLT: 55/113 VSAT/LSAT- 51/115 Superheat/Subcool- 6/2 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 91 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.2 Compres
Arrive to home and took a look at the water heater. Called homeowner to let them know the price. They declined for now. Gave them estimates to either uninstall and reinstall the existing water heater. Also gave estimate to install a brand new water heater with comfort club pricing. Homeowner said we have a card on file she is driving.
System-1 DS Approx Age of System: 8 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:132.2/324.4 SLT/LLT:61.7/100.6 VSAT/LSAT- 45.7/101.4 Superheat/Subcool-16/0.9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-88 Outdoor Fan FLA- R.93 A.89 Compressor RLA/LRA-R19.9/109. 11.3/121.6 Contactor Voltage-242/25.2 Capacitor Rating-45/7.5 44.71/6.83 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-75.2 Return Wet Bulb Temp-64.3 Supply Temp- 57.5 Temperature Difference-17.7 Required Difference-15-21 Blower FLA- 4.24 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Y customer supplied Blew out drain line: N Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- System was operational upon arrival performed AC tuneup during tuneup found TXV bulb was not secure to suction line, secured bulb, compressor was over amping on start up, recommended compressor saver, and system low on charge. Found no blowout valve, in-line safety switch, or pan switch. Recommended adding refrigerant and lea
System- Guest Suite Approx Age of System: 12 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 128/300 SLT/LLT: 59/89 VSAT/LSAT- 44/95 Superheat/Subcool-15/6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-88 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.17 Compressor RLA/LRA-5.98/43.2 Contactor Voltage-240/26 Capacitor Rating-40.33 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-72 Return Wet Bulb Temp-60 Supply Temp-55 Temperature Difference-17 Required Difference-16 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ No. clean filters Blew out drain line: Yes Returned tstat to original settings: Yes Unit operational; prior to leaving: Yes Notes: Unit is cooling properly at this time. No visible issues at this time. System- Upstairs Approx Age of System: 12 years Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 124/320 SLT/LLT: 54/97 VSAT/LSAT- 43/100 Superheat/Subcool-11/3 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-88 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.12 Compressor RLA/LRA-9.50/38.2 Contactor Voltage-240/25 Capacitor Rating-38.76 Indoor R
System- D/s Approx Age of System: 1 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 115.8/324.4 SLT/LLT: 48.5/92.1 VSAT/LSAT- 38.8/101.2 Superheat/Subcool- 9.7/9.1 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 88 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.0 Compressor RLA/LRA- 14.1/132.5 (high energy draws on start up) Contactor Voltage- 236.2 Capacitor Rating- 66/4 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 70.9 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 44.4 Supply Temp- 53.8 Temperature Difference- 17.1 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA- 9.9 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x30x1 Changed Filters â€“ N (customer will replace at later time) Blew out drain line: N (no service valve to blow out drain line) Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- Found multiple issues due to improper install by different company, there are major air leaks all around the equipment on the return the supply and seems between the furnace and coil. Static pressure readings are extremely high causing the system major strain a
Arrived to check running toilet. Half bath toilet water is turned off, removed tank lid and is still full of water to top of flush tube. Turned on valve and fill valve is not shutting off. Replaced fill valve and dye tested. Also tighten up handle in master toilet. Toilets are vortens 2010 informed customer of issues with some vortens toilets. Left estimates for replacement options per toilet
System- single (2 zone) Approx Age of System: 12 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 125/325 SLT/LLT: 66/89 VSAT/LSAT- 43/101 Superheat/Subcool- 23/12 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 88 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.4 Compressor RLA/LRA- 13.8/101.1 Contactor Voltage- 241/26 Capacitor Rating- 70/10 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 75 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 65 Supply Temp- 57 Temperature Difference- 18 Required Difference- 17 Blower FLA- 4.8 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x30x1, 16x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ N Blew out drain line: Y Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- Performed ac tuneup. System was operational upon arrival. Condensating furnace drain needs a blowout valve to insure a full drainage isolation - installed blowout valve. Cleared drainline. Scheduled next tune up date: 01/07 8-10
We came out today to install three ADA Kohler elongated toilets, we hauld the old ones off. We flushed each toilet numerous times to test them and all is well they are ready for use. They also signed up for AC comfort club for two systems and are on schedule in November for the first tuneup also signed up for comfort club plumbing I donâ€™t on scheduled the same day for the first annual home inspection. Customer paid with the card on file no follow up at this time.
Arrived to check backflow leaking. Found vacuum breaker put on from hosebib was removed and reinstalled and leaking, replaced with new vacuum breaker and tested. Customer stated people have been working on home and on roof. Went in attic to check water heater and found vent was completely disconnected from water heater, this causes carbon monoxide leaking in attic which is very dangerous. Reconnect vent to water heater.
Returned today to clear the kitchen and utility sink drain. Ran the sink machine with a bigger head. Shane watched the main clean out while I ran the cable and he saw grease come out of the line. When I pulled the cable back, had a wad of wipes on the cable. Advised customer to not flush wipes. Filled and drained both sinks multiple time to check for leaks and functionality, everything is operating as it should.
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Customer had us out today for a backed up utility sink and kitchen sink. Ran the machine through both the sinks drainage twice and could not get the blockage to clear. We will return tomorrow in the 8-10 timeframe to clear the drain. Advised customer not to use either sink tonight.
AC Diagnostic System: single stage on zoning Six year old furnace and condenser evaporator coil one year old. Refrigerant Type: R410A Metering Device- TXV SP/HP- 114.8/347 SLT/LLT- 56.5/99.6 VSAT/LSAT- 38.3/106 SH/SC- 18.2/6.4 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 88 Filter Size(s) 20x25x4 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: Upon arrival system was completely frozen from the evaporator coil all the way to the compressor. Found that the system had the evaporator coil replaced last year through carriers warranty but when replace the filter dryer was installed improperly and may have caused damage to the TXV. This is lead the system to freeze over as itâ€™s running. The six-year-old system is a single stage on zoning 9 out of 10 units with this design do not have a long lifespan and may have premature system and component failures. Thereâ€™s heavy organic growth within the supply Plenum at this time, in the past there has been water damage
Psig 131/346 Slt 57/95 Vsat 45/105 SH 12/10 Outdoor 95 Customer stated unit was cooling fine but then unit was getting a little warmer. Turned upstairs zone on and damper would open turned downstairs damper on and damper would open. Coil wasnâ€™t frozen, no water in the pan or inline then saw bypass was stuck on thermostat wire and would not close, moved thermostat wire and by pass closed. After that system is cooling properly
AC Diagnostic System:US Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP-141.9/333.8 SLT/LLT-50.1/92 VSAT/LSAT-49.6/103.4 SH/SC-.6/11.5 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 90 Filter Size(s)20x25x4 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: Arrived on site, checked furnace it was operational, checked condenser it was not operational. Removed panel and found the capacitor was bad. Replaced capacitor, found that system was low on charge. Charged system with 3 lbs of R410a. System is operating within specifications. Recommendations:
Did not want to use us as we were twice as much as all the other quotes
Came to Reilly residence since one of our plumbers noticed water dripping off one of the drain pans on the side of the home. Located â€œcasitaâ€ unit and found the water was backing up in the primary drain line. Attempted clearing with blow out valve which had been installed a month ago and it blew out water on the main house system. Traced both lines and found they are tied in together to the same sink. Added blow out valve to each drain line before they tie in together to be able to isolate each line and clear each one without it blowing back into the other system. Attempted clearing from the clean out stack but had no success. Had to take apart black hose underneath the sink and blow nitrogen from the sink into the attic which finally cleared the blockage. Opened up blow out valves and let systems run for 30 minutes, drains are clear for now. Explained to homeowner if this is an ongoing issue one of our plumbers will have to choose a designated spot for each primary drain line to d
System analysis x1 Drain line was clogged causing water to enter the inline float switch and cut power to the thermostat. We usually clear lines during install but since we didnâ€™t I cleared line at no cost. Made sure lines were clear and now system is fully operational.
We came out today to replace both the hose bibs on the home, the one on the left we had to chisel some concrete and sweat on a new fitting but we did put an escutcheon to cover it and both hose bibs are replaced and good to go. Water is back on the home. Customer paid with card on file.
Arrived on site met with customer went to upstairs thermostat verified the code G (aux) shutdown was previously set. Went to the attic verified the connections were tight to the safety switches. No water present in pan or in-line switch. Drain is clear of debris. System cooling and operating. Advised customer to let the office know if the code comes back on. May be a switch going faulty.
Upstairs system Found system low on refrigerant. Found visible leak in the upstairs evaporator coil. The evaporator coil is under warranty. Due to the condenser I highly recommend replacing the condenser as well with the warranty evaporator coil. I recommend doing this because the condenser uses the old R22 refrigerant. Since we are getting a new clean coil then there isnâ€™t a better time to switch the condenser to get the new refrigerant in the system. The condenser is about 15+ years old and could begin to have problems in the near future. Static pressures: R: 0.45 FS: 0.24 SP: 0.19 Scheduled comfort advisor for 7.2.20 1-2pm
Came out to do our annual home inspection. The water heater is a 40 short NG Rheem. It is approximately 5 years old. The heater itself looks to be in good shape. There is no pan, the vent is held together with tape an looks to be single wall, and the T&P terminates where water could enter the home if it fails. Recommend bringing the heater up to code. In the half bath, toilet would run. Found the chain on the flapper too tight and this would sometimes hold the flapper up allowing water to pass from tank to bowl. Adjusted chain as a courtesy service. Customer is not interested in these recommendations at this time
We came out today to address some plumbing issues the customers was having, We ended up changing both P traps in the master lavatories and repairing the cold side on the powder bathroom faucet and also on stopping the drain on the upstairs hall bath. We showed the customer where to pour solution in their AC condensation lines in the attic and when we did a service courtesy to check the water heaters we found one was leaking in the other didnâ€™t look far behind it. We gave estimates for two conventional water heaters or tankless and the customer knows the urgency but theyâ€™re going to take a few days to go over their options and do their own research they will let us know which option they decide to go with so we can move forward. Everything we repaired was tested numerous times and customer paid with a credit card, also signing up for comfort club we scheduled them for a cc home inspection October 5 from 8 to 12 but they need it moved to October 12 on 8 to 12.
System- right side Approx Age of System: 7 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 109/344 SLT/LLT: 53/101 VSAT/LSAT- 36/104 Superheat/Subcool- 17/3 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 93 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.6 Compressor RLA/LRA- 14.1/126 Contactor Voltage- 240/26 Capacitor Rating- 70/7.5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 76 Return Wet Bulb Temp-66 Supply Temp- 58 Temperature Difference- 18 Required Difference- 17 Blower FLA- 3.9 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x1 (needed) Changed Filters â€“ N Blew out drain line: N Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- performed ac tuneup. System was operational upon arrival. Condenser coil is very dirty. Recommend cleaning the condenser coil and installation of a hardstart kit. System- left side (Upstairs) Approx Age of System: 16 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 57/289 SLT/LLT: 64/101 VSAT/LSAT- 32/128 Superheat/Subcool- 32/27 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 9
Came out today and checked the 1-1/2 Drain where the 3/4â€ condensation line ties into. The plumbing line is clear so is the condensation line. Everything is draining properly and working as it should
Came out today and performed a QAC On the water heater that James installed. Everything is up to code and looks great. Did have to reseal vent from the rooftop.
We were out today for our annual home inspection. We found no issues at this time and everything is working as it should. There is no follow up.
AC Diagnostic System:US Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP 138.8/346.6 SLT/LLT 56.7/98.7 VSAT/LSAT 48.4/106.1 SH/SC8.4/7.5 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature93 Filter Size(s)2 20x25x4 Notes: Arrived on site customer system was operational went to attic with customer. Found that the suction line was sweating and dripping into the emergency drain pan. Sealed termination at coil panel, customer then mentioned that he had grills that were sweating. Removed a metal elbow and reattached flex duct to box in closet. Bathroom duct is a short run and all flex to box. Dampers are closed at 80% on closet and bathroom. Advised to change grilles from metal to plastic. System cooling 18* delta t. TESP .7 supply plenum .27 Recommendations: . .
Came out to look at replacing customer supplied hose bib and filter at the main, customer mentioned he would like to get an estimate to install a better whole house sediment filter at the main, and an estimate for resetting toilets after his tile gets re done. The tile man is going to pull them. We changed the hose bib and the cartridge for the filter, water is on to the home.
Returned to install warranty coil. Recovered refrigeration from unit, took out old coil and brazed it in. Removed both filter driers that were in the system and put new one in the attic. Performed nitrogen test to see if any leaks were present and nitrogen held at 302 psi for 20min. Performed vacuum and got it 108 microns. Added a total of 13 pounds to get unit operating within manufactured specs. Also added blow out valve and in line switch and air scrubber that was also recommended.
System- Approx Age of System: 7 years Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 124/341 SLT/LLT: 55/100 VSAT/LSAT- 43/105 Superheat/Subcool-12/5 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 92 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.17 Compressor RLA/LRA-13.29/127.8 Contactor Voltage-242/26 Capacitor Rating-45.65/9.93 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-73 Return Wet Bulb Temp-64 Supply Temp-53 Temperature Difference-20 Required Difference-16 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x30x1, 12x12x1, 12x24x1 Changed Filters â€“ No. Mr. Adrian changes them Blew out drain line: Yes Returned tstat to original settings: Yes Unit operational; prior to leaving: Yes Notes- Unit is cooling properly. Refrigerant levels look good at this time. The starting amperage exceeded manufacturer spec. I recommended start capacitor. Ms. Chanti works for Granger and will look at getting one from her job. Scheduled next tune up date: 1.20.21 8-10
AC Diagnostic System:Main Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP-153/370 SLT/LLT-68/104 VSAT/LSAT-54/110 SH/SC-13.9/6.8 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 91 Filter Size(s)-20x25x1(caked) Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes:System is cooling fine and refrigerant levels are good. Did inspect the filter and the filter was caked. Replaced filter and tested system to see if it turns on and off as it should, it is working properly at this time. Filter was replaced by customer at todayâ€™s visit and Recommended the they change it out every month being that it is at floor level and gets dirtier faster then one in the ceiling. No other issues were visible.
Came out today to give an estimate to change out the customers Moen flow valve, when we took a look we realized that it was installed on the hot side only and will not be useful to the customers home unless he was just worried about the hot side leaking. So we are giving an estimate to move it to the garage wall with a PRV valve and expansion tank and a new shut off valve on the water heater. The customer will have an estimate as quickly as possible so we can move forward with putting him on schedule to get this done. Customer paid with the card on file
System- master Approx Age of System: 18 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 70.7/225.8 SLT/LLT: 63/94 VSAT/LSAT- 41.6/110 Superheat/Subcool- 20/15 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 86 Outdoor Fan FLA- .82 Compressor RLA/LRA- 9.50/64 Contactor Voltage- 240/24 Capacitor Rating- 44.9/5.1 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- Return Wet Bulb Temp- Supply Temp- Temperature Difference- Required Difference- Blower FLA- Filter Sizes â€“ Changed Filters â€“ Y/N Blew out drain line: Y/N Returned tstat to original settings: Y/N Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y/N Notes- Scheduled next tune up date: System- downstairs Approx Age of System: 18 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 70/204 SLT/LLT: 64.6/102 VSAT/LSAT- 41/102 Superheat/Subcool- 24/5 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 86 Outdoor Fan FLA- .83 Compressor RLA/LRA- 10.87/97 Contactor Voltage- 240/25 Capacitor Rating- 50/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- Return Wet Bulb Temp- Supply Tem
Replaced the mother board for the ICM 493 surge protector due to the transformer failing. All repairs were covered under manufacturer and labor warranties. I have recalibrated the voltages and setup the shutdown parameters. 230 volts +/- 10% And calibrated the voltage within 1-2 volts of the actual voltage. Unit is back up and running after the surge protector was replaced.
Faucet is leaking from the body and dripping down to the cabinet . Can not repair faucet and it needs to be replaced . Home owner is getting new faucet for us to install and would like us back tomorrow to install.
System-5 Approx Age of System: Main Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:117/331 SLT/LLT:58.9/92.8 VSAT/LSAT- 39.7/102.9 Superheat/Subcool-19.2/10.1 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-87 Outdoor Fan FLA- .89 Compressor RLA/LRA-15.3/110 Contactor Voltage-28/220 Capacitor Rating-45/7.5 of 45/7.5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-75 Return Wet Bulb Temp-64 Supply Temp-56 Temperature Difference-19 Required Difference-16-22 Blower FLA- 5.3 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ N ( dirty , homeowner will be replacing them) Blew out drain line: Y Returned tstat to original settings: N (homeowner controlled) Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y _____________________________________________ System-bedroom/office Approx Age of System: 1 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:127.2/325 SLT/LLT:59.8/94.7 VSAT/LSAT-43.7/101.4 Superheat/Subcool-16.1/6.8 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-87 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.0 Compressor RLA/LRA-13.2/56 Contactor Voltage-220/2
Shower diverter was broke. Replaced with new chrome tub spout diverter and tested. Was working and not having any issues