for Carmichael, CA
Andrea - Carmichael, CA
He is prompt, professional and courteous.
Very professional and thorough. Works great.
Dan - Carmichael, CA
Very professional and thorough. Took the time to explain and work on my concerns. Unit works great. Thanks
Sheri - Carmichael, CA
The technician was friendly and professional. He saw I was on a video call for work and waited for me quietly until it ended. I really appreciated his kindness.
Drew - Carmichael, CA
You should consider yourself fortunate to have someone like Chris on staff. He didn’t wilt under extensive cross examination about all manner of HVAC topics. Very well informed and personable.
Chris - Carmichael, CA
Great service and trouble shooting
Joe - Carmichael, CA
Determined issues that needed repair before proceeding with maint work.
Didn’t turn the system back on.
JEFF - Carmichael, CA
Service was okay except that our tech didn’t turn the system back on when he left. The house was freezing cold this morning when we got up. The furnace had not kicked in. When I checked the thermostat the system was in the off position.
Joanne - Carmichael, CA
The system shut off with a error code. Chris came out in the evening at took care of the problem.
Great customer service
Wendy - Carmichael, CA
LINA - Carmichael, CA
Performed diagnostic on a Rheem system. Found defrost board was intermittently due to bad weather from previous night, coming on and off on a slightest touch. Tightened all connections and reset system and check refrigerant level. System ran with no problem. If issue reoccur, will have to order defrost board also recommend having surge protection for the unit.
Recovered refrigerant from system.Removed and replaced old filter dryer with new filter dryer. Checked system for leaks with nitrogen and pulled system down to a deep vacuum. Added 5.10 lbs of refrigerant to manufacture specs and tested system for proper operations. System has a 30Â° temperature rise and is operating properly at this time. Recommend a follow up appointment to check AC when weather starts to warm up.
Upon arrival homeowner stated that system was blowing cold air when running in heating mode. Contacted technical support and performed diagnosis. Found possible restriction in filter dryer on outdoor unit, technical support recommends replacement of filter dryer. Will have to reschedule to perform repair due to rainy weather. System is operational with issues at this time.
Remove and dispose of old HVAC system Install new 4Ton Lennox 2 stage AC/Heat Gas Pack on Enlarge Return to 20x30, High Flow Grille, 18in duct Build small sheet metal Plenum off of package system to connect 18 inch duct, see photos New AC condensation drain line New Gas Flex and sediment trap New Thermostat, Nest Tape and seal duct registers New Service disconnect and electrical whip.
Performed a diagnostic on a wall furnace. Found a bad millivolt general not keeping pilot lit. Replaced millivolt generator and cycled heater. System operations ok at this time.
Coupon to camera inspect and cable mainline. Ran cable through backyard outside cleanout. Ran full 100 ft of line and line came back with minor roots. Camera inspected line, clear of blockages. Camera cleared 63ft couldnâ€™t go further due to turns.
Crane not sure if possible, Otherwise weâ€™ll need 2 crews or 6 ppl to life package unit over fence. And again to get rid of old unit. See photos
Found bad gas valve on hot water heater working intermittently. Gave homeowner an estimate for repairs vs replace.
Upon arrival main concern is if the furnace wasnâ€™t working. Homeowner had mentioned AC wasnâ€™t working as well and had utility bills. Old return filter out and noticed that the insulation had a completely covered the return duct, being sucked in. Removed insulation went outside and checked the unit and the furnace was working let it run for 20 minutes and performed a safety inspection and found the failed/cracked heat exchanger, Had a hole in it. Went over options, Sold HVAC system with return enlargement scheduled for the 22nd of next week, Friday. Paying $2k upon completion Financed $12,300 through service Financing. Call Complete.
Replaced toe kick grill in kitchen. Made a seperate trip to Loweâ€™s to get correct size. Customer asked about photos that were supposed to be sent to him. Also, the previous grill in place was actually a wider floor grill and the opening had been cut for this to fit, thus the opening is a bit wider than the standard toe kick grill. I donâ€™t know if this will be an issue, but weâ€™d probably have to cut a 10x6 or 10x5 sidewall grill down for it to fit and fill this gap.