for Wentzville, MO
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Theresa - Wentzville, MO
Dave - Wentzville, MO
Quick, efficient, friendly.
Great service - on time and fixed the problem
Coleen - Wentzville, MO
The 2 technician's were very friendly and did GREAT work
Greg - Wentzville, MO
Amazing service on a Sunday!
Ron - Wentzville, MO
Our A/C went out in the 100+ degree heat on a Saturday night, called first thing Sunday and was told it would be Monday night before a tech could come out. Corey came out Sunday afternoon instead, and saved us and our 3 large dogs from a second sweltering night without A/C. He fixed our issue within 15 minutes, very professionally! We could not have been happier with the service!
Laura - Wentzville, MO
Technician left a service jumper in on the compressor relay that caused the unit to run all the time and froze up the coils.Had to take another day off of work to meet the new technician to remove the jumper.
Service was terrific. Quick and efficient.
Rene - Wentzville, MO
Excellent service. Technician was knowledgeable, fast and friendly.
Friendly and knowledgeable
Chris - Wentzville, MO
Very knowledgeable and friendly. Diagnosed our AC unit and had it working within 30 minutes. Technician arrived on time at our appointment time, very convenient.
Joe - Wentzville, MO
technician was very helpful friendly and professional
Jane - Wentzville, MO
Very helpful and knowledgeable.
I found bad start assist kit, bad compressor run capacitor (dual), weak fan capacitor: 25% low. Also, condenser coil is very dirty. I replaced defective parts. Tested cooling operation and found system approximately 20 to 30% low on Freon! uses (R22)! Suction: 72 (43) suction line: 78. Metering device: TXV. Head pressure: 208. Subcooling: 0 to 2. Thermostat: 89. Customer plans to have a friend add Freon. Work suggested: recommend putting some repair costs toward replacement. Need to schedule project manager to price out new air conditioner. customer purchased maintenance plan today. Need to schedule first visit.
Turned on system. Was set at 70. Found high temperature drop. 23. Found 3M pleated air filter restricting flow, causing System to ice up. Replaced air filter. Blew out clogged drain trap. Checked system for leaks. Found evaporator coil leaking. Needs new evaporator coil. Work suggested: recommend fiberglass type air filters. Air filters to be delivered. Need to check on cost and availability replacement of evaporator coil for air handler.
I found dual run capacitor bad. Open circuit. I replaced dual capacitor. Tested cooling operation.
Cleaned and checked air conditioner. Checked drain. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Checked Freon level. Cleaned condenser coil. Checked filter: needs maintenance kit (Pureaire). Also ballast for UV lamp is not putting out proper voltage. Needs new ballast.
Work Done: Cleaned and checked air conditioner. Checked drain. Checked voltage and amperage draw of motors. Tested capacitors. Found dual run capacitor weak: 31%low. Replaced capacitor and tested amp draw. Checked Freon level. Cleaned condenser coil. Found washable filter restricting airflow. Removed filter for testing. Dryer vent is right next to air-conditioner. I flushed out dirt and plant from condenser coil. Compressor: 20.9A, was 23.3A. Condenser fan:1.5A . Blower: 10.5A, w/o filter. .ambient: 55 .liquid line: was67 .suction line: 46 .metering device:piston . Suction pressure: 57. Return air:65 Work Suggested: recommend fiberglass type air filters. Recommend moving clothes dryer vent.
Zone one (main level) damper on front side of furnace has been replaced last year. I found zone one damper on the backside of furnace making a squeaking noise when opening and closing. Recommend replacing damper. Called info to John O.
Furnace maintenance! Signed up for agreement
Checking humidity levels
Clena and check, all is good
ML180UH070P36A-53. 1714L13790: Found diagnostic code 7: ignition failure. I cycled power and reset furnace control. Tested heat operation and found very weak flame sensor current. I removed and cleaned flame sensor and retested: 2.7 µA.