for Beavercreek, OH
Janna - Beavercreek, OH
Service was excellent
Janna - Beavercreek, OH
Josh was totally awesome!
Our new system is working great
Kimberly Toronto - Beavercreek, OH
thankful for this company, quick turn around time and everyone from start to finish was very professional
Steven Clinger - Beavercreek, OH
Thermostat Operation (Raise Temp 5 deg, check & clear faults)- VISUALLY INSPECT: Filter-clean Condensate Drain (pump, lines & trap)-n/a Wiring and Connections-secure w/ no breaks or frays Vent Pipes-secure and venting properly Heat Exchangers-good Burners-clean and operational Blower Cleanliness-clean MEASURE: Low Voltage-26.5 Line Voltage-123.5 Flame Sensor-4.6uA( pulled and cleaned) Inducer Motor Amps-.76a Inducer Capacitor-n/a Blower Amps-4.81 Blower Capacitor-7.4uF rated 7.5uF Ignitor Ohms-53.9 Fuel Type-natural Gas Pressure Outlet-3.81(adjusted to 3.5inH2O) Gas Pressure Inlet (if out of range)- Temp Rise-51.2deg Humidifier & Pad- COMBUSTION ANALYSIS:could not perform due to type of flu vent Return Stat to Customer Settings
here for pressure switch errors on furnace. On arrival the 2013 Tempstar furnace tried to kick on and I can hear water in the inducer. I removed the inducer and dumped the water out. Checked the hoses and condensate trap, everything is clear, after reattaching inducer assembly I got furnace running and my draft on the pressure switch is now much better than it was before with the water in the inducer, after a few minutes of running the inducer now has water in it again, And started flashing pressure switch code, removed rubber boot that connects vent piping to inducer assembly, nothing is blocked in here unsure why water keeps getting into the inducer. Going to try replacing inducer assembly, collecter box, and condensate trap. We had one recently doing the same thing and this corrected the issue.
I am Performing our Five Star Tune-Up & Safety Check on a 2019 Carrier Gas Furnace. All readings were within manufacturer's specifications, unit operating properly at this time.
I preformed a Real Estate HVAC Inspection. Upon arrival I went through furnace tune up list and confirmed that system is working within manufacture specifications Went through ac tune up list and confirmed that system is working within manufacture specifications Both systems functioning properly upon departure
Customer advised AC was having trouble keeping temp, the previous company that was out replaced something but he was not sure What they repaired Turned unit on at stat, indoor and outdoor unit came on filter was clean as was outdoor unit. Checked pressures found system to be over charged. Removed refrigerant and brought pressure to within manufactures specs. Checked delta t and found it to be 21.1