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Lila - Spring, TX
We were extremely pleased with Bradbury Brothers Master Electrician Jim Vancourt! We had originally had Bradbury Brothers out for Heating/Cooling check, then needed to have the plumbing side of the company out for other repairs. My husband and I decided after those two visits that Bradbury Brothers would be our go to company! During a call concerning how we felt about the service (A/C and Plumbing) we decided to take advantage of an electrical check on our home. Jim showed up to perform the free inspection - he was most professional, friendly and knowledgeable. We then hired them to work on our home - to ensure that we were up to code! Jim was again our - and most professional and knowledgeable - especially when it came to getting our garage up to code. We don't believe he was expecting to have to work an entire day - however, he was calm, cool and entirely professional through the day! Again, I would recommend Bradbury Brothers to family and friends without any hesitation.
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Gary - Spring, TX
We were experiencing a pungent smell coming from a wall. Caleb helped to identify some nails that had pierced a drain line but wasn't fully satisfied that the smell had gone away so he dug a little deeper. He ultimately found a mouse that had gotten trapped and died behind an electrical socket. If it weren't for his diligence we would not have found the issue and gotten resolved all in one call. Thanks Caleb, we really appreciate your service, kindness and good work ethic.
Brad - Spring, TX
Always impressed with their professionalism and expertise.
Paul - Spring, TX
Aaron - Spring, TX
Paul - Spring, TX
Great Service and expert advice as always!
Gail - Spring, TX
Thanks you so much for such wonderful service and installation!
Paul - Spring, TX
Great Professional Service
Mike - Spring, TX
Jeremy(Serviceman) with Bradbury AC preformed a year service on my 2 AC units. Hr explained depth of service, and then reviewed. He honored all CDC distancing during the work and review
Solid Work Again
Gregory - Spring, TX
As usual, strong efficient work from the plumber.
System- Downstairs Approx Age of System: 17 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 74/197 SLT/LLT: 55/89 VSAT/LSAT- 43/101 Superheat/Subcool- 11/11 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 86Â° Outdoor Fan FLA- 0.61 Compressor RLA/LRA- 4.95 Contactor Voltage- 236 Capacitor Rating- 35/5 of 35/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 71 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 65 Supply Temp- 56 Temperature Difference- 15 Required Difference- 15-22 Blower FLA- 6.9 Filter Sizes â€“ 12x12x1, 16x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ N Blew out drain line: N Notes- Upon arrival Mrs. Coady showed me water damage she has on her ceiling. And mentioned that she also has water draining from the emergency pipe outside. The water damage came from the downstairs unit. The downstairs unit is a 90% condensing furnace. The water is combing from the back, bottom, right side of the furnace, the furnace and coil do not sit entirely in the drain pan and so the water is dripping outside of the pan directly onto the ceiling. The
Bad smell coming from wall were the toilet drain was going threw . Cut hole and found two nails in 3â€ pvc pipe causing sewer gas smell. Repaired section of pipe and checked for smell. The order was still bad at light switch . Took cover plate off switch and found a dead mouse in light switch box. Removed mouse and took out. Put cover plate back on.
Arrived at customers house to do a complementary electrical inspection. Wrote up several estimates she did seem interested in a couple of them so I followed car would be greatly appreciated tomorrow afternoon after she talks to her husband.
System- downstairs Approx Age of System: Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 125/301 SLT/LLT: 53/86 VSAT/LSAT- 43/96 Superheat/Subcool- 10/9.6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 85 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1 Compressor RLA/LRA- 9.7/137 Contactor Voltage-244/27 Capacitor Rating- 45/7.5 actual 44.9/7.4 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-75 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 65 Supply Temp- 55 Temperature Difference-20 Required Difference-15-20 Blower FLA- 3 Filter Sizes â€“ 2 20x20x1 Changed Filters â€“ N customer will Blew out drain line: Y Notes- _____________________________________________________________ System- upstairs Approx Age of System: Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 126/284 SLT/LLT: 72/86 VSAT/LSAT- 44/91 Superheat/Subcool- 27/7 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-85 Outdoor Fan FLA- .5 Compressor RLA/LRA-4.8/70 Contactor Voltage- 244/27 Capacitor Rating- 40/5 actual 39.1/4.5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-73 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 65 Supp
Customer had us out today for a condensate blockage. Found both units tied in indirectly. Ran the hand top and cleared the blockage. Tested multiple time and everything is working as it should. No warranty on drain cleaning. Found the primary line for the unit closest to where the condensates are tied in is ran uphill. Left estimates to fix this issue and to tie both units directly into the drainage system to fix the issue of water damage on the ceiling below. Found the venting and draft hood for the water heater disassembled and draft hood on the attic floor. Asked tenet if any roof work had been done and she said it had. Reconnected vent and draft hood and everything is working as it should. The heater looked to be in good shape with no further issues. Customer also stated that one unit was not functioning properly. I am unsure if this issue has anything to do with it but recommended they call our HVAC guys out if the issue continues.
System- Approx Age of System: 12yrs (Before water wash) Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 107/242 SLT/LLT: 69/81 VSAT/LSAT- 36/82 Superheat/Subcool- 32/1 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-85 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.0 Compressor RLA/LRA-10.3/72 Contactor Voltage-246/25 Capacitor Rating-40.36/10.2 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 73 Return Wet Bulb Temp-60 Supply Temp- 57 Temperature Difference- 16 Required Difference-16-20 Blower FLA-6.0 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Acceptable Blew out drain line: Y Notes- Unit was operational on arrival. Checked filters. Checked operating pressures and temperatures. Checked indoor and outdoor electrical. Superheat is high and subcooling is low. Unit is under charged. Contactor is humming, pitted and burnt. Condenser capacitor is bad rated for 45/10mfd. All other components showed no visible issues at this time. Recommend refrigerant, capacitor-(to ensure operation) and contactor-(to ensure operation). Schedul
Arrived at customers house to install GFCIâ€˜s were needed and to please smoke detectors were needed. The outdoor plugs and some of the items inside the garage are controlled by The GFI located inside the cabinet next to where his screws and miscellaneous nails are. Shown in the picture. The two gang receptacle in the garage needed to be rewired due to open ground and that is where the new GFIâ€˜s installed. Install proper covers on the outlets located by the gate and by the front door
Came out today to look at the kitchen sink that was stocked up on both sides, after running the sink machine for the clean out outside we were able to unstop the sink drain. Ran hot water through the kitchen sink for 20 minutes to share it was draining fine, and check the clean out on the main sewer outside of the house and the hot water was flowing through. Cannot warrantee drain cleanings. After discussingSeveral issues with the customer about the plumbing determine that they would most likely need to put a softener on the home at some point in the future, and left estimates on the receipt to do so. Since itâ€™s draining fine customers happy. No follow-up needed at this time they will call us when theyâ€™re ready for the softener
System- office system Approx Age of System: 8 Refrigerant Type- R-22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 23.7/130.3 SLT/LLT: 75.8/75.3 VSAT/LSAT- -0.6/74.1 Superheat/Subsoil- 76.1/-1.3 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 78.8 Outdoor Fan FLA- .9 Compressor RLA/LRA- 10.9/62 Contactor Voltage- 243 Capacitor Rating- 49/3 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 72.8 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 45.3 Supply Temp- 72.9 Temperature Difference- -0.1 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA- 4 Static pressure- return.2 supply.5 Filter Sizes â€“ 12x12x1/25x32x1 Changed Filters â€“ N Blew out drain line: N Notes- filters replace last week during visit before rescheduling, there is no service valve to blow out drain line to maintain or in the case of a restriction backing up drain line. Evaporator coil is frozen and there is no temperature difference at this time. Heavy dust and dirt build up on condenser coils, refrigerant levels very low for an R-22 system. Comfort advisor schedule to come out today 5p.m.-6p
Emailed customer estimates to replace his water heater. Estimates are subject to change.
System-downstairs Newer Approx Age of System:6 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:119.5/367 SLT/LLT:61.9/96.7 VSAT/LSAT- 30.7/110.3 Superheat/Subcool-22.1/13.2 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-72 Outdoorb Fan FLA- 1.2 Compressor RLA/LRA-17.3/89 Contactor Voltage-243.1/26.8 Capacitor Rating-76.36/9.42 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-69.8 Return Wet Bulb Temp-60.1 Supply Temp- 51.9 Temperature Difference-18 Required Difference-16-20 Blower FLA- 7.4 Filter Sizes â€“20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Y Blew out drain line: Y Notes- System-upstairs Older Approx Age of System:15 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:69.1/207 SLT/LLT:63.8/92.2 VSAT/LSAT- 40.4/103.8 Superheat/Subcool-23.6
System- Downstairs Approx Age of System: unknown Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:123/337 SLT/LLT:46/87 VSAT/LSAT- 42/104 Superheat/Subcool-4.6/17.2 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-88 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.34 Compressor RLA/LRA-14.5/91.6 Contactor Voltage-237 Capacitor Rating-60.7/5.4 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-72 Return Wet Bulb Temp-62 Supply Temp- 56 Temperature Difference-16 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA- 4.6 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Yes customer provided Blew out drain line: Yes Notes- *Condenser is very dirty need to be cleaned * drain line clogged, blew out drain lines now they are clear __________________________________________________________ System- Upstairs Approx Age of System: 1 year old Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:130/283 SLT/LLT:61/85 VSAT/LSAT- 45/91 Superheat/Subcool-16.2/6.2 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-88 Outdoor Fan FLA- .65 Compressor RLA/LRA-5.58/64.3 Rate
System- Office Approx Age of System: 18 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 70/224 SLT/LLT: 60/82 VSAT/LSAT- 41/109 Superheat/Subcool- 18/26 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 80Â° Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.35 Compressor RLA/LRA- 12.68 Contactor Voltage- 242 Capacitor Rating- 56/5.4 of 60/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 73 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 65 Supply Temp- 54 Temperature Difference- 19 Required Difference- 15-22 Blower FLA- 6.6 Filter Sizes â€“ (2) 20x20x1 Changed Filters â€“ N, clean Blew out drain line: N Notes- Performed AC tune up. Filters were clean, not able to blow out drain line due to no blow out valve. The condenser coil is pretty dirty and could use a cleaning. ______________________________________________________ System- Lobby Approx Age of System: 18 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 69/234 SLT/LLT: 75/82 VSAT/LSAT- 40/113 Superheat/Subcool- 34/29 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 80Â° Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.37 Compresso
System- DS/ master Approx Age of System: Refrigerant Type- R22 / R410a Metering Device- Fixed Orifice / TXV SP/HP: SLT/LLT: VSAT/LSAT- Superheat/Subcool- Outdoor Entering Air Temp- Outdoor Fan FLA- Compressor RLA/LRA- Contactor Voltage- Capacitor Rating- Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-72 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 64 Supply Temp- 51 Temperature Difference-21 Required Difference-15-20 Blower FLA- Filter Sizes â€“ Changed Filters â€“ Y/N Blew out drain line: Y/N Notes- dirty blower, gas flex has selant System- living room Approx Age of System: Refrigerant Type- R22 / R410a Metering Device- Fixed Orifice / TXV SP/HP: SLT/LLT: VSAT/LSAT- Superheat/Subcool- Outdoor Entering Air Temp- Outdoor Fan F
System- single (3z) Approx Age of System: 9 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 127/319 SLT/LLT: 59/92 VSAT/LSAT- 43/99 Superheat/Subcool- 15/7 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-82 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.3 Compressor RLA/LRA- 15.4 Contactor Voltage- 246.8 Capacitor Rating- 70/10 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 71 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 61 Supply Temp- 52 Temperature Difference- 19 Required Difference- Blower FLA- 2.8 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ N (clean) Blew out drain line: N Notes- did not enter the home per Janet. Performed ac tuneup. System was operational upon arrival. No issues at this time. Heat Tune-up System: single (3z) Age of System: 9 Combustible Gas Leak Detection Pipe and fittings leak-free: yes Valves and orifices leak-free: yes Carbon Monoxide Testing Walk-around CO: pass/ppm 0 Airside CO: pass /return ppm 0 supply ppm 0 Flue gas carbon monoxide: pass /ppm 28 Ignition and Combustion Delayed ignition: no Flame distur
Diagnostic System: Upstairs Notes: Customer noticed that there is a slight drip that is coming from the AC vent in upstairs bathrooms. Checked ductwork and register boxes in attic and out at both vents. No issue. Checked temperature split, RP-68 SP-48 TS-20. No issue. Registers are in close proximity to exhaust fans. Hot and humid air is likely trickling in restrooms and causing registers to sweat. One fan vent is not connected. Recommend running exhaust fan over the next few days to see if issue reoccurs. If not exhaust fans should be relocated. If so issue is elsewhere. Sent 30-40min in communications with office and field supervisor.
System- left side ( looking at the house) Approx Age of System: 7 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 130/237 SLT/LLT: 54/80 VSAT/LSAT- 45/80 Superheat/Subcool- 10/6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 75 Outdoor Fan FLA- .8 Compressor RLA/LRA-6.4 Contactor Voltage-243/26 Capacitor Rating-50/5 actual 49.8/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-73 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 65 Supply Temp- 56 Temperature Difference- 17 Required Difference-15-20 Blower FLA- 7.8 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ N customer will Blew out drain line: N Notes- Scheduled next tune up date: System- right side (looking at the house) Approx Age of System: 7 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 137/253 SLT/LLT: 52/79 VSAT/LSAT- 45/84 Superheat/Subcool- 9/6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-75 Outdoor Fan FLA- .8 Compressor RLA/LRA- 6.8 Contactor Voltage-242/26 Capacitor Rating-50/5 actual 49.9/4.8 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 71 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 6
Checked stopped up sink drain upstairs. Upon arrival sink is not stopped up, customer used draino. Recommend blowing out ac drain lines. Went in attic and there were no blowout valves. Installed 2 blow out valves as the drains tie together and go to the upstairs sink. Blow out both drain lines and snaked out sink drain and flushed with lots of hot water.
System- Approx Age of System: 2 years Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 116/255 SLT/LLT: 49/77 VSAT/LSAT- 39/85 Superheat/Subcool- 10/8 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.14 Compressor RLA/LRA- 9.91/132.0 (73.1 after install of start capacitor) Contactor Voltage- 26 volts Capacitor Rating- 44.37/7.18 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 70 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 64 Supply Temp- 50 Temperature Difference- 20 Required Difference- 16-23 Filter Sizes â€“ 16x25x1 (2) Changed Filters â€“ No. Blew out drain line: Yes Notes- Found inrush current was high on the compressor starting amperage. I recommended a start capacitor to assist in reducing the starting amperage. Ms. Gail approved and I installed a start capacitor. My inrush current went from 132.0 amps down to 73.1 amps. The unit is rated for 109 amps at start up. This is proof that the start capacitor is doing what itâ€™s designed to do. Scheduled next tune up date: 10.15.20 8-10
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Diagnostic- No cool Found drain pan full again. Water is leaking from the connector point at the evaporator pan. The fitting feels snug and the fitting doesnâ€™t appear to be damaged. It seems the primary pan is damaged. Unit is 14 years old and attempting to replace that pan without replacement of at least the evaporator coil is strongly discouraged. Jeff opted not to look into it any further for the time being and said he has an idea on something he can do to make it work for now. Vacuumed out pan and temporarily restored cooling.
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) Notes: upon arrival customer stated that unit would not blow any air. Turned unit on and heard blower struggling to turn on and then it would shut off. Motor is very hot to the touch and got a burnt smell. Unit is not locked out but itâ€™s over amping itâ€™s self out making it turn off. Opened up coil and also found coil frozen over because of it. Unit is 15 years old and installing a new blower motor will not make it new again only patch it up until more failures happen. Talked to customer on how it would be better to upgrade system instead of patch it up and customer agreed and have Jordan coming tomorrow 9-10. Could not get staticâ€™s due to blower.
Came out today to reconnect the pool heater to the gas line that we tested the other day. Since we did to have to make a small alteration and the normal service fee was charged at this time customer will let us know if he ever wants to move forward on the pricing we gave him for the gas lamps. Gas is back on to the pool heater no leaks found soap checked it itâ€™s good.
Arrived at customers house to go over some of the items I would like done. One of them was to get power from the entertainment area to the TV at the fireplace cost just to get power, HDMI and cord for Apple TV was $1000 The other option was for us to do all that and hang the TV for $1500 The plugs that were not working in the master bedroom are controlled by a switch and the humming noise from the lights is due to the lightbulb in the wrong tape for that dimmer. Went over everything with the homeowner and he will be thinking about the TV option.
Toilet in powder room the fill valve is sticking and not filling up properly . Need to replace fill valve for the toilet. Replaced toilet fill vaLve and tested . Toilet was flushing properly and not having issues.
Trash got in screen for hot side on the faucet . Cleared out and tested and faucet was working as it should with no issues . Trash is possibly from water heater flush.
System-amana Approx Age of System:21 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:76.8/209.6 SLT/LLT:62.1/98.4 VSAT/LSAT- 46.1/104.7 Superheat/Subcool-16/6 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-75 Outdoor Fan FLA- .6 Compressor RLA/LRA-9.1/ Contactor Voltage-242.1/25.2 Capacitor Rating-39,7/5.02 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-75.4 Return Wet Bulb Temp-68.2 Supply Temp- 57.4 Temperature Difference-18 Required Difference-16-20 Blower FLA- 5.3 Filter Sizes â€“12x36x1/16x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ N (Recommend replacing) Blew out drain line: N Notes-Upon arrival for a/c tuneup, checked in with Javier who is the current tenant at the Rush residence. Located equipment and made the call for cooling, system came on loudly. Refrigerant pressures were within range for current outdoor temperature but both fan mot
Replaced water heater vent through roof for water heater. Sealed and painted.
Husband doesnâ€™t know she is getting a quote yet, needs to talk to him. She just wants to get it done
As Per Agreement
System- Downstairs Approx Age of System: 8yrs Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 120/308 SLT/LLT: 57/81 VSAT/LSAT- 40/98 Superheat/Subcool- 17/16 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-82 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.2 Compressor RLA/LRA- 10.8/130 Contactor Voltage-241/26 Capacitor Rating- 43.56/9.57 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-68 Return Wet Bulb Temp-57 Supply Temp- 48 Temperature Difference- 20 Required Difference-16-20 Blower FLA-5.1 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Acceptable Blew out drain line: Y Notes- Unit was operational on arrival. Checked filters. Checked operating pressures and temperatures. Checked indoor and outdoor electrical. Condenser LRA is over rating of 112a. Unit has no overflow protection. Organic growth is in supply plAll other components showed no visible issues at
Did whole home inspection and all drains, Faucets , showers and stems were working good and had no issues at this Time . Heaters were new and working greAt
Returned to replace media filter from last visits recommendations dated with todayâ€™s date, before leaving I disposed of the old filter and took out a bag of trash that was sitting by the door for the best service experience. mrs.Kim said she would disinfect any surface a touch so that I may not worry about it at the end of the call, thank you for being a valued member from Bradbury brothers. Tech Fernando Garcia
Checked 2 40 gallon water heaters not working. Heaters are 18 years old and in need of replacement. Replaced 2 40 gallon heaters with new 50 gallon heaters. Install new water heater pans. Install new valves and water flexes. Install new sediment traps and gas flexes. Master shower valve is a delta and is new and does not have a cartridge and is crossing over. Customer will not have hot water til cartridge is installed
System-upstairs Approx Age of System:5 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:140/268 SLT/LLT:57/88 VSAT/LSAT- 45/96 Superheat/Subcool-12/8 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-82 Outdoor Fan FLA- .9 Compressor RLA/LRA-7.8/70 Contactor Voltage-28/220 Capacitor Rating-45/5 reading -44/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-72 Supply Temp- 53 Temperature Difference-19 Required Difference-16-22 Blower FLA- 3.2 Filter Sizes â€“20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ N(Clean) Blew out drain line: Y _______________________________ System-downstairs Approx Age of System:4 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:133/290 SLT/LLT:55/87 VSAT/LSAT- 40/97 Superheat/Subcool-15/10 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-82 Outdoor Fan FLA- .5
Performed whole home inspection. Found a few things that need to be corrected. Homeowner took list and said she would go over it with her husband. Found water softener system from rain soft is not working properly. She is getting a hold of them and then she will call us back to flush her tankless.
Notes- could not do tune ups found 3 coils frozen over coming back tomorrow to see how low units are and finish tune ups.
System- mobile home single system Approx Age of System: 6 condenser air-handler 10+ Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 107/303.8 SLT/LLT: 50.5/87 VSAT/LSAT- 35.1/96.4 Superheat/Subcool- 15.9/9.9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 83.7 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.2 Compressor RLA/LRA- 10.8/123.2 Contactor Voltage- 244.1 Capacitor Rating- 45/4 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 73.7 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 46.1 Supply Temp- 47.2 Temperature Difference- 26.6 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA- 1.9 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ Y (customer supplied) Blew out drain line: N Notes- there is no service valve to properly blow out drain line, I did test it with a gallon of water and drain treatment flowing well at this time. There is heavy dust and organic growth that has impacted the evaporator
Diagnostic- no cool upstairs Found - breaker wasnâ€™t engaged. System started up. Pressures were consistent with prior visit.
System- Main Approx Age of System: 10+ Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 64/181 SLT/LLT: 62/94 VSAT/LSAT- 37/ 95 Superheat/Subcool- 25/1.0 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-79 Outdoor Fan FLA- .90 Compressor RLA/LRA- 1.80 Contactor Voltage- 239/24 Capacitor Rating- 60/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 71 Return Wet Bulb Temp- Supply Temp- 55 Temperature Difference- 16 Required Difference- 15-20 Blower FLA- 11.60 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x1 (2) Changed Filters â€“ customer will replace Blew out drain line: N Notes- performed ac tune up x1, checked indoor unit for proper operations, couldnâ€™t find proper age of unit, unit seems original to home. Evaporator coil is dirty which is restricting airflow, unit has proper amp draws from blower, there is a uv light installed not by Bradbury. Unit has no overflow protection w
Performed a whole home inspection. Found a couple miscellaneous problems. Did find the water heaters approximately 15 years old give estimates also the main shut off for the house is not working properly gave estimate on that. Homeowner did not want to tackle any issues today. Gave homeowner all estimates
AC Diagnostic System: downstairs (5 ton) Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device- TXV SP/HP 14/14 (idle) SLT/LLT VSAT/LSAT SH/SC Outdoor Entering Air Temperature Notes: immediately found the leak at the condenser. Confirmed it with electronic leak detector. Double checked evaporator. Skylar scheduled this afternoon. Staticâ€™s FR 37/ FS 37/ FS 30
Came out today to conduct plumbing home inspection annually. The only things noted that could be fixed with the upstairs toilet shut off valves and supply lines, in the washing machine shut off valves. Gave estimate to repair both he opted to go ahead with the washing machine valves water is back on everything looks good other than that, the water heaters are fairly new no problems there either no follow-up needed.
As Per Agreement
Installed new return in home for the office area, also added 2 media cabinets with filters in home.
Used this ticket to find information for another job
Customer had us out to look at water damage on the baseboard in the downstairs powder bath, we determined it was the wax seal under the toilet. Changed it and buttoned it up for the customer. Not interested in c.c. At this time no follow up at this time.
Upon arrival obtained verbal approval for the work. Installed sediment traps and properly installed gas flex connector on both furnaces. And replaced the Romeâ€™s wire from disconnect switch to the furnace for casita unit, in order to run wire all the into the furnace and bring it up to code and make is safer.
Found leak coming from nipple coming out of a 90 that I did not touch. Took that nipple out I was able to put another nipple in. See video. Turn the water back on and checked in that area for any other leaks found none.
System- Approx Age of System: 6yrs Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 130/260 SLT/LLT: 55/84 VSAT/LSAT- 44/87 Superheat/Subcool-10/3 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-75 Outdoor Fan FLA- .5 Compressor RLA/LRA-5.3 Contactor Voltage-242/25 Capacitor Rating-33.59/4.98 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-73 Return Wet Bulb Temp-60 Supply Temp-54 Temperature Difference- 19 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA-6.0 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x1 Changed Filters â€“ Acceptable Blew out drain line: N (no blowout valve) Notes- Unit was operational on arrival. Checked filters. Checked operating pressures and temperatures. Checked indoor and outdoor electrical. Unit has no overflow protection. All other components showed no visible issues at this time. Recommend condenser coil cleaning-( to reduce amp
Replaced capacitor on both units and added compressor savers. Made sure units were fully functional before leaving.
System- left Approx Age of System: 27 Refrigerant Type- R22 Metering Device- Fixed Orifice SP/HP: 63/191 SLT/LLT: 51/87 VSAT/LSAT- 36/99 Superheat/Subcool- 14/12 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 71 Outdoor 1.1 Fan FLA- Compressor RLA/LRA- 16.7/143.4 (119) Contactor Voltage- 243 Capacitor Rating- 54.0 (?) 2.9 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 62 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 56 Supply Temp- 42 Temperature Difference- 20 Required Difference- Filter Sizes â€“ Changed Filters â€“ N Blew out drain line: N Notes- performed ac tuneup. System was operational upon arrival. Found unit pulling 23.4a inrush during operation. Compressor is over amping on startup. Disconnect has been hardwired. Suction port and valve was cut out of the line set. Attached hose to suction line dryer. System is very old and in very poor co
Arrived at the customers house to look at the scope of work he would like done on his new outdoor kitchen told him what we should do and he wasnâ€™t scheduled for this Saturday.
System- Comfortmaker Approx Age of System:1 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:126.6/266.4 SLT/LLT:58.4/80.3 VSAT/LSAT- 43.4/88 Superheat/Subcool-14.7/7.7 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-70 Outdoor Fan FLA- .8 Compressor RLA/LRA-5.9 Contactor Voltage-246.8/27.4 Capacitor Rating-41.1/4.8 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-70.8 Return Wet Bulb Temp-62.3 Supply Temp- 51.6 Temperature Difference-19.2 Required Difference-16-20 Blower FLA- 5.2 Filter Sizes â€“16x25x1 Changed Filters â€“/N (Recently replaced) Blew out drain line: Y Notes-Upon arrival for a/c tuneup, checked in with Mr.Doss and he has shown me to the equipment. System is less than a year old(condenser and coil). Called for cooling and system came on accordingly. Refrigerant pressure readings and electrical readings were within manufacture specificat
Checked water heaters needing maintenance. Heaters are both 16 years old. Recommend replacement and or repairs. Repairs needed are flushed and new temperature and safety relief valves. Customer went with repairs today. Flushed out and drained both water heaters and installed new temperature and pressure relief valves on water heaters. Heaters are heating back up and water will be discolored from depressurization till it settles back down. Customer has 2 circulation pumps, one has dedicated line and the other is a comfort series but there is no crossover tee installed anywhere in home. Estimates will be provided to install a crossover tee in casseda.
System- Main Approx Age of System: 3yrs Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device-TXV SP/HP: 124/270 SLT/LLT: 56/80 VSAT/LSAT- 42/89 Superheat/Subcool- 13/8 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-76 Outdoor Fan FLA-1.3 Compressor RLA/LRA- 10.3/94 Contactor Voltage-240/26 Capacitor Rating- 44.01 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-70 Return Wet Bulb Temp-60 Supply Temp- 54 Temperature Difference-16 Required Difference- 16-20 Blower FLA-4.7 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Y (customer supplied) Blew out drain line: N (No blowout valve) Notes- Unit was operational on arrival. Checked filters. Checked operating pressures and temperatures. Checked indoor and outdoor electrical. Gas flex connector is improperly installed. All other components showed no visible issues at this time. Recommend gas flex connector-(to prevent gas leak), compressor saver-(to reduce amp and extend equipment life) and blowout valve-(to service primary drain line). ________________________________