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Have used Comfort Experts for years, trust their work and service is always top notch.
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He is a great representative for your company. I liked the understandable information he presented. As for as pricing, I do not know how other companies would compare.
Found condenser not receiving proper voltage due to contactor burnt and wires not making connection, replaced contactor and repaired wires. System operation is normal
Thoroughly inspected the system, refrigerant levels are good, amps on compressor and fan within specs, dual run good, system components up to specs. Inspected the attic and found more then half the ducts completely destroyed, due to the condition of the ducts, highly recommended upgrading the ducts. Customer is meeting with an advisor tomorrow at 12pm.
Arrived for AC tune up system functional Outdoor Cap out of tolerance Coil dirty Electricals tight Indoor Very dusty Cap in tolerance Replaced filter Drains clear Coil cabinet cant open due to line set location Declined cap, HSK, and coil cleaning due to father â€œbeing an HVAC guyâ€
11 year old Goodman gas system, dirty filter, duct cleaning, cleaned condenser coil, system is operating normally at this time.
STU performed today, outdoor unit refrigerant levels are good at this time and the dual run capacitor is testing within manufacturer specifications. Indoor unit filter is clean and the primary drain line is clear at this time, all ignition components are functioning properly and the inducer motor is pulling proper amperage.
Upon arrival, found blower capacitor out of specs. Replaced with new. Blower motor was also running high on amps. Advised customer to consider replacement. All other components were within specs and working properly. Customer requested a paper receipt!
4/16/22 Ryan- disconnected gas line and no gas is present. No gas coming to house. Did not replace gas valve due to diagnostic most likely incorrect. Customer is going to contact gas company.
3/3/22 Simon - Arrived to 9 year old Goodman gas furnace for scheduled maintenance. On arrival house had a funny smell and I started to get a headache. Performed CO test and found house to be at 3ppm. Informed customer to open windows and I inspected all gas appliances. Range flue good. Flue to furnace missing. And flue for water heater was not hooked up and had no roof cut out. Shut off gas to furnace and water heater as a safety measure. Customer understands that turning them back on is a safety hazard. Unable to perform tune up in current conditions. Customer got in touch with roofing company and roofers are taking full responsibility for missing flues. Customer signed and agreed damage not cause by Comfort Experts. Listing call as done for now until roofer repair flues. Return to complete. Customer instructed to call when roofers are done.
Performed heating tune up, replaced the air filter provided by the customer, and inspected all the heating components. Showed the customer that the gas flex line going into the unit is out of code and gave an estimate to install hard pipe with a sediment trap. Recommend installing a mini split system in the back room, after the customer mentioned that it gets cold. Customer is interested, but needs to speak with his wife first. Left the system on in auto.
STU performed today, outdoor unit refrigerant levels are good at this time and the dual run capacitor is testing within manufacturer specifications. I cleaned the condenser coil with a water hose, indoor unit filter is clean and the primary drain line is clear at this time, all ignition components are functioning properly and the inducer motor is pulling proper amperage