The Bradbury Family has been providing Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing Needs for Tomball, TX residents for 30+ Years
Our family are experts when it comes to heating and cooling your homes and businesses. 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!
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Jeremy did a great job! He’s very thorough and polite!
Katie - Tomball, TX
Convenient and safe
John - Tomball, TX
Sandy - Tomball, TX
Caleb was awesome! A bit pricey but it was on Sunday so after hours applied. You can’t plan for a pipe burst so gotta pay to get water back on. Was appreciative they got to me within 4 hours of calling and technician was super knowledgeable, friendly and respectful. Would use them again in future.
Rosemarie - Tomball, TX
Good price great service
Jenna - Tomball, TX
Mario was professional and on time.
Excellent Service as Always
Lance - Tomball, TX
We always receive excellent and on time service from Bradbury Brothers
Eva - Tomball, TX
Bruce - Tomball, TX
I've dealt with Jim before. Always a great experience.
He was great
Linsey - Tomball, TX
Great follow up service-Juan
Vic - Tomball, TX
Juan Parra/ Installation manager/ followed up to check on a couple of issues with our install of 3 systems. One issue was found quickly in a noise was the return air register which was fixed quickly, The other was resolved by adjusting the duct dampers for air flow. Thank you Bradbury Team!
Knowledgeable and very friendly
Rosemarie - Tomball, TX
I learned more about what is needed to be successful with my choices
Walta - Tomball, TX
Harold - Tomball, TX
They came out rapidly after we came back from vacation, we realized our ac stopped working. They were quick and efficient getting the job done
Rusty - Tomball, TX
Samuel - Tomball, TX
John - Tomball, TX
Ken Pate was the technician that came out to fix the issue of the drain leaking. Offered suggestions and solved the problem. Called at 9:15 and he arrived 10:30. Very professional and courteous.
Ted - Tomball, TX
Excellent and complete
Great service. Thank you Jeremy.
Ricardo - Tomball, TX
Vic - Tomball, TX
Matt performed an installation review for the 3 new systems that were installed by his team a couple of days before. Matt was very nice and spent the entire day doing Performance analysis on the Systems and confirming all was installed correctly. My overall assessment is that Bradbury did a great job and has created an atmosphere within of excellence and great customer service! Thank you so much for caring!!
They did very well
Forrest - Tomball, TX
Great service, fast service
Ellery - Tomball, TX
Shane arrived on time, very friendly and very knowledgeable. Resolved the issue in just a few minutes.
Great Customer Service!
Rebecca - Tomball, TX
Peter - Tomball, TX
Great and efficient service by Mario Silva. Thank you!
Jim V- great service
Vic - Tomball, TX
Jim was so nice and very thorough on the electrical related to our AC install. He walked me through what he was doing and even showed me dome other things to consider! Thank you Jim and The Bradbury family!!
Debra - Tomball, TX
Prompt, Quick, Polite & Neat
Response from Bradbury Brothers Cooling, Plumbing & Electrical:
Thank you for the 5 stars, Debra!
Run a 30amp 120volt Circuit from the breaker box through the attic and pipe down the wall on the exterior of the house and set an RV plug.
System- Approx Age of System: Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 127/309 SLT/LLT: 57/95 VSAT/LSAT- 43/98 Superheat/Subcool- 12/2 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 85 Outdoor Fan FLA- .9 Compressor RLA/LRA- 12.4/134 Contactor Voltage- 244/25 Capacitor Rating- 69.90 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 70 Return Wet Bulb Temp- 60 Supply Temp- 53 Temperature Difference- 17 Required Difference- 16-20 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x5 Changed Filters â€“ Y (customer supplied) Blew out drain line: Y Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes- Unit was operational on arrival. Checked filters. Checked operating pressures and temperatures. Checked indoor and outdoor electrical. Subcooling is a little low. Temperature split is normal. Condenser LRA is over rating of 117a. All other components showed no visible issues at this time. Recommend compressor saver-(to reduce amp and extend equipment life). Scheduled next tune up date: 01-
Shower head was tightened but the arm would not stay up. Keeps falling down and will not stay up. We tightened it up to much and it will not stay at the right position . Home owner is going to get new shower head
AC Diagnostic System: Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP 123/375 SLT/LLT 62/95 VSAT/LSAT 43/102 SH/SC 23/8 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 92 Filter Size(s)20x25x1 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes: Previous visit found fan motor weak but customer wanted home warranty to check it out. Home warranty came and added a 45/10 cap and A couple days later the motor stopped working again. Found motor locked up and not spinning anymore. Recommended replacement of unit but customer just wanted to get universal motor put in. Replaced motor and got condenser fan motor put in. Unit is operational at this time Recommendations:
System analysis x1 System is low on refrigerant pressures were vsat/lsat-35/95, sh/sc- 47/0. oil was visible around The filter drier and my sniffer was going off near the filter drier canister indicating a leak. System will need new filter drier and recommended to replace all refrigerant in the system. Repair will be pricey and the system is now longer in warranty , so if any other leaks spring up then replacement will be a necessity. Spoke to Craig and explained the situation and informed him that the unit has no warranty and replacement would be the best solution. Craig would like to have comfort advisor visit and refrigerant added so that the tenant will receive cooling for the time being. Added 3lbs And levels rose to vsat/lsat-50/100 sh/sc-19/0. Scheduled comfort advisor for tomorrow 5-6.
Found the foam slab is sliding on the pee gravel underneath it. It rotating under the condenser and getting butted up to the sprinkler head. She has pushed the pad back multiple times now and is wondering if there is anything that can be done to prevent it from moving before the condenser falls off of it. The pad is also starting to degrade. Pictures were taken and uploaded to our software.
Cut out and replaced the beginning section of the primary drain line. There were multiple 90s in line creating a zig zag. This could of been causing the pitch problem. As soon as u push down on one 90 another one pops up creating a pitch problem. We removed the fist section of pvc and ran new pvc. We installed a new ptrap with a clean out and vent stack. We capped the clean out due to this unit being an air handler. We checked pitch from the coil to the plumbing stack. We found a hump in the long 10ft run. We took a strap and strapped it down to remove the hump in the line. I have let the unit run for about an hour now. At this time there is no water in the float switch. I also went ahead and removed the water from the emergency drain pan. At this time the cooling has been restored and the drain line looks to be draining properly.
Homeowner had a Saturday take a look at condensation line again. Found the condensation line with a section of back fall. Lowered line down and water started draining from the air conditioner. Also let the water out of the safety switch. Air-conditioning is working properly at this time. Please follow up tomorrow to check with customer.
AC Diagnostic System: 1 Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP 60/283 SLT/LLT 90/94.6 VSAT/LSAT 9/92 SH/SC 81/0 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 88 Filter Size(s) 20x25x1 Returned tstat to original settings: Y(customer did) Unit operational; prior to leaving: operating but not cooling Notes: upon arrival customer stated unit hasnâ€™t been cooling properly since Saturday. Customer stated he replaced his own capacitor and unit still wasnâ€™t cooling properly, checked outdoor unit, compressor was on, found unit really low on refrigerant. Inspected electrical components. Checked indoor unit, performed a quick sniffer test, and oil is present in pan. Unit is a Lennox 6yrs old, evaporator coil is leaking. Checked warranty status and found evaporator coil only had a 5yr warranty. At this moment Iâ€™d highly recommend replacement of the evaporator coil with one of our evaporator coils. I wouldnâ€™t recommended adding refrigerant due to it being a waste of money And may leak out
Checked toilet in upstairs bathroom. Flapper we installed was not making a proper seal. Replaced with new flapper and it seemed to hold but after a couple of flushes it wouldnâ€™t . Home owner is going to keep a eye on it and if problem continues we will be replacing the toilet supplied by them.
Arrived to the Szczepanski residence to give them a quote on installing tesla charging station and replace a breaker for the oven. I presented the estimate and he asked me if I could email over to him so they could look over it. He did say heâ€™ll get back with us once he figures out which direction they want to go.
Returned to install compressor saver and blowout valve recommended during previous tuneup.
Came out today to install Moen digital shower system, we added two showerheads a rain head and body sprays with another valve connected to the handheld slide bar. Valve set but not plugged in yet until thereâ€™s an electrical outlet next to the valve and we will complete the job when the tile is finished. Customer will let us know when that is and she paid with card on file no follow up today.
System analysis x3 Masterbedroom unit Is condensating and draining water through primary but the stack still seems to be clogged. Will need to have plumbing come back out to Re-evaluate the plumbing stack. Plumbing snaked it out on the 25th. recommended and added inline float switch to prevent water from entering the emergency drain pan. Checked other two units in the home to make sure they were not in the same situation as the Masterbedroom unit and they were not. Eva will wait on adding float switch to other two units. All units were working properly prior to leaving.
Delivered 3 boxes of 1â€ filters. Used these filters to replace all 1â€ filters in the house. I also replaced the 2 media filters on the upstairs unit.
System-Main Approx Age of System: Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:165/327 SLT/LLT:55/94 VSAT/LSAT-43/103 Superheat/Subcool-12/9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-84 Outdoor Fan FLA- .78 Compressor RLA/LRA-17.2/117 Contactor Voltage-220/28 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-73 Return Wet Bulb Temp-62 Supply Temp-54 Temperature Difference-21 Required Difference-16-22 Blower FLA- 4.9 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x5 Changed Filters â€“ N(clean) Blew out drain line: N( no blow out valve) Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes-Systems working great, recommend replacement of reme cell and adding a blowout valve. No other issues were visible at this time. Next Tune Up- Daughter (Tenant) not home to schedule.
System-main Approx Age of System: 2 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:131/295 SLT/LLT:58.9/86.4 VSAT/LSAT- 45.7/94.9 Superheat/Subcool-13.2/8.5 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-81 Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.1 Compressor RLA/LRA-9.3/78 Contactor Voltage-28/220 Capacitor Rating-45/10 of 45/10 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-74 Return Wet Bulb Temp-66 Supply Temp-54 Temperature Difference-20 Required Difference-16-22 Blower FLA- 4.5 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ N(clean) Blew out drain line: N (no blow out valve) Returned tstat to original settings: N( customer controlled) Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes-System is working great only recommendations would be over flow protection and air scrubber. Over flow protection will help prevent water backing up and air scrubber will eliminate harmful air contaminates such as VOCâ€™s and Single cell viruses.
System-main Approx Age of System: 5 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP:137.3/297.1 SLT/LLT:71/95.8 VSAT/LSAT-47.9/95.2 Superheat/Subcool-23/0 Outdoor Entering Air Temp-81 Outdoor Fan FLA-1.2 Compressor RLA/LRA-11.3/100 Contactor Voltage-28/220 Capacitor Rating-45/5 of 45/5 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp-73 Return Wet Bulb Temp-64 Supply Temp-56 Temperature Difference-17 Required Difference-16-22 Blower FLA-5.4 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ N (clean) Blew out drain line: N (no blow out valve) Returned tstat to original settings: N ( customer controlled) Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y Notes-system is cooling fine but a bit low on refrigerant, possible that unit was not topped off when installed. Everything is working properly , only recommendations would be adding condensation over flow Package and air scrubber . Condensation over flow package will protect from water backing up and air scrubber will eliminate harmful air contaminates
Arrived to the Stevens residence to go over the new circuit he would like ran from the breaker box to the other side of the house for his RV. I presented an estimate which he approved and it is scheduled for next Thursday.
AC Diagnostic System: 8 Refrigerant Type R410A Metering Device-TXV SP/HP- 105/215 SLT/LLT- 78.9/75.2 VSAT/LSAT- 33.9/73.8 SH/SC- 45/-1.4 Outdoor Entering Air Temperature 77 Filter Size(s) 20x25x4 Returned tstat to original settings: Y Unit operational; prior to leaving: Y/N Notes: static pressure return .4 supply .36. System was not cooling today due to low on refrigerant, I bypassed the pressure switch outside the system and would only turn on with a compressor saver replaced old compressor saver due to failure. Found refrigerant leak at the evaporator coil amongst heavy corrosion, System is a single stage furnace on a zoning. Nine out of 10 systems design this way are due to experience failures prematurely very rarely is this set up successful for a long lifespan for air conditioners. Recommendations: Full system replacement along with duct modifications to improve resistance in airflow.
Customer had us out today for a backed up condensate in the attic. Arrived to find the p trap tied into the vent almost overflowing and the condensate full. Ran hand top to clear blockage and condensate emptied. Poured water down the p trap and condensate line to ensure the line was clear. Both are draining as they should. There is no warranty on drain cleaning. Unit was running and not making condensate. We will be sending an AC tech out on 6/26 in the 12-4 time frame to look over the unit and ensure that it is working as it should.
We were out today to do our annual home inspection. In the kids bath upstairs, found the toilet running. Flapper was discolored and swollen and I had to hold the handle down for the toilet to flush properly. Recommend replacing the flapper. Both water heaters are 40 gallon tall NG A.O. Smith. They are approximately 18 years old. Both heaters and pans seem to be in good shape. Due to the age of these heaters, I do recommend replacement. Water heaters usually last 8-10 years. In the upstairs hall bath, the flapper is discolored and swollen. Fill valve also is making a high pitched whine towards the end of filling the tank. This is an indication that the diaphragm inside of the valve is starting to fail. Recommend replacing the fill valve and flapper on this toilet. In the master, the shower head has a small leak where the head pivots. Recommend replacing if the issue becomes worse. Customer decided to do the repairs on the toilets. In the hall bath upstairs, removed old f
Install breaker for surge protection on the outdoor panel on the side of the house. I am also emailing over an estimate to install two ceiling fans.
System- Single Approx Age of System: 2 Refrigerant Type- R410a Metering Device- TXV SP/HP: 125/273 SLT/LLT: 59/80 VSAT/LSAT- 42/89 Superheat/Subcool- 16/9 Outdoor Entering Air Temp- 73 (rainy) Outdoor Fan FLA- 1.2 Compressor RLA/LRA- 10.4/132.7 Contactor Voltage- 246 Capacitor Rating- 45/10 Indoor Return Dry Bulb Temp- 70 Return Wet Bulb Temp-61 Supply Temp- 53 Temperature Difference- 17 Required Difference- 17 Blower FLA- 8.5 Filter Sizes â€“ 20x25x4 Changed Filters â€“ Y (provided) 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. This will lead to shortened compressor life if not addressed. Emergency pan has a shutoff switch, but there isnâ€™t one on the primary or secondary overflow drains to reduce likelihood of water making it into the emergency pan. There is no blowout valve to allow a proper drain clea
In master bath the cpvc pipe had broken off toilet stub out. Also toilet was not set proper and moving side to side . Pulled toilet and cut Sheetrock to access water line for toilet. Set new stub out for toilet and waited 30 min to turn the water back on to check for leaks. Also when I pulled the toilet found that the flange was not set proper as well and had a slant .none side was even with the tile and the other below the tile. Was able to set toilet properly but the flange will need to be fixed at some point at the right level with the tile . Turned water back on to check for leaks and found none .