for Dayton, OH
Edward - Dayton, OH
Outstanding service good price and very respectful
Barton - Dayton, OH
Great service! Josh was personable and honest. Very reasonable pricing.
Electaq - Dayton, OH
Chad called prior to arriving, very personable, he went right to work, cleaned up after himself & even changed my filter. Thanks to him I feel secure for the winter. I will be using this company again.
Great finance options
JACQUELINE - Dayton, OH
Josh explained everything clearly and let me know about the the different choices I had There was no hard sell on any of the options
Robert - Dayton, OH
awesome service, awesome technician
Stephen - Dayton, OH
Loved how professional this guy was, third one out here in a few months and he finally diagnosed and fixed the problem. Last two guys tried to sell me a new AC without actually fixing the current one. This guy came out found the problem and fixed it. Great work.
Very good service!
Anthony - Dayton, OH
Josh is very well informed and did not mind me being engaged in the process.
Gerson - Dayton, OH
I am here for a no heat with a 17-year-old Westinghouse gas furnace. On arrival found furnace not coming on due to the main limit being stuck open. When I tried to take the wire connections off of the limit it reset. Furnace then came on after the limit reset
here for a 14-year-old gas furnace that is not working. On arrival I cycled furnace and found the burners lighting but the indoor blower never comes on. Checked variable speed blower module and found it to be bad. This furnace is out of warranty. Also found burners starting to rust just a little bit. Gave customer pricing on repairs. And also provided an estimate on replacement.
On my arrival found fault code number 32 present. This indicates a pressure switch fault
here for a no heat on a 15 year old carrier furnace. On arrival found furnace not firing up due to a pressure switch fault. Found condensate tubing and condensate trap plugged up causing water to back up into furnace. Blew out drain and also replaced two capacitors that were weak. Furnace is now operational. Explained to customer that sometimes water draining through furnace can cause other collateral failures. But everything is working as of now, doesnt appear that any electrical components got wet.
I pull and clean the blower motor on the Furnuce
Service work performed: here for a no heat on a approximately 45 year old electric furnace. On arrival found none of the three heat banks coming on. Only the blower. Found all of the high voltage wiring Is burnt. It appears all of these circuits have been over amp in causing the wires to get hot and the insulation to melt off. Sequencers are also all in very poor condition. This heat kit needs replaced. Unsure if we will be able to locate replacement parts for this unit due to the age but gave customer a quote on repairs. We would not be able to quote a system replacement due to the amount of space we have in this closet. Current air handler is only 18 inches deep and barely fits in there and the air handler‘s we have are 22 inches deep. This would need some type of special wall mount air handler more than likely.
Furnace Tune Up and Safety Check Inspect, tighten and adjust (as needed) for all electrical fittings on indoor and outdoor equipment Test all safety switches, controls, and motors to ensure proper function Measure electrical draw on all motors to verify they are within safe operating ranges to pinpoint problem components before they fail Check function and setting on indoor unit fan motor Inspect heat exchanger on furnace for problem areas to identify carbon monoxide leaks Clean and adjust ignition/pilot assembly on furnace Clean blower motor of fan on indoor unit Clean and adjust main gas burners on furnace Verify that breaker sizes are appropriate for heating and cooling equipment Check for any code violations that could pose a safety risk