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One of our air conditioning units went out on a Friday, I called that night and had service set up for the following day. Yaz was prompt, professional, and had our air conditioner fixed in a timely manner. A little premium was paid due to the weekend call, but it was less than what a hotel would have cost for the weekend!
Dennis was professional and knowledgeable and was very thorough.
Came here at night; not even an emergency
Response from Comfort Experts Inc.:
Thank you Howard!
The customer was on point. No issues with my visit.
Very knowledgeable and explained results well
Ryan and Ty did a great job repairing my busted sprinkler pipe near the water meter in my lawn. They were professional, courteous and timely.
Thoroughly performed a cooling tune up for both 9 year old split system, washed condenser coils out and checked components. Upstairs- refrigerant levels are fine, dual run good, amps within specs, no drain safety but system functioning properly at this time. Downstairs- refrigerant levels are low, dual run is good, evaporator coil is extremely rusted and leaking out R410a and there is no drain safety. Due to age and condition of the system, spoke with the customer about upgrading to something reliable with warranties behind it before trying to add refrigerant into a leaking coil. Customer wants to see if the evaporator coil is under warranty first and then make a decision.
Completed evaluation. Bad blower motor on indoor unit. Left estimate to have part ordered.
Client was having issue with airflow to one bedroom. Sealed the top of the unit and client opened vents all the way in the bedroom.
Performed ac x3. All systems operating normally. Refrigerant levels in range. Capacitors testing within spec. Amp draws normal. Back system drain is clogged. Filters are clean. Upstairs and downstairs system evaporator coils are severely rusted and corroded, both systems operating on r22 refrigerant. Cleared drainline.
Completed evaluation. Dead compressor capacitor. Changed capacitor and verified operation of outdoor unit. Verified indoor unit was working and poured water down drain lines. System running in cooling on departure
Upon arrival found system not running. Fuse was blown on inside unit control board. Began isolating low voltage issue. Outside unit contactor was bad causing indoor fuse to blow. Replaced primary unit control. Customer did not have a safety switch on condensate drain. Installed safety switch on primary drain. Verified system running and all other components were within specs and working properly.
Completed tune up. No signs of corrosion or dust on blower wheel or indoor coil. Drain verified to be operating properly. Dual run capacitor out of tolerance, tested at 19.88 out of 45. Client does not wish to do replacement at this time.
Bad compressor, comfort advisor 5-3-22 6-8.
Performed ahc x3. Systems operating as should. Dual run capacitor is testing out tolerance, capacitor needs to be replaced to prevent damage to corresponding components. High dust levels in return plenums, recommend duct cleaning.
Came back for exact same issues as the other days. Customer said smell was coming from downstairs unit. Wanted to know what could be done. Recommended ozone purifier and UV light. Customer will call back about upstairs unit re-level as well. Gave customer estimates. No recall