Bay Heating & Air Conditioning has been servicing the heating and air conditioning needs of Avon OH since 1944.
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LuliRoger - Avon, OH
Arrived early and finished quickly
Very knowledgeable, very nice
Anne - Avon, OH
Great Service, and Brian was very informative.
RichmondTom - Avon, OH
Kevin - Avon, OH
Installing crew great. Very efficient and friendly.
On time and efficient
Mckendry - Avon, OH
Professional and knowledgeable
Reed - Avon, OH
Great Service, Awesome Price!
Houghton - Avon, OH
Service was great.
Very knowledgeable and courteous!
Griffiths - Avon, OH
Reilly - Avon, OH
Your technician was knowledgeable and personable
Great customer service. John, Jerry and Antonio were above and beyond any service tech we have ever had to our house in 20 years! A+ work from laying
Schurch - Avon, OH
Best service experience we have ever had. We started with Paul quoting the job—He was very informative and professional. The crew that installed was exceptional-John,Jerry and Antonio. High quality work and exceptional communication.
Prompt. Professional, and courteous.
Rozzo - Avon, OH
Jason is the best.
A/C Tune Up
Conrad - Avon, OH
Jason is very knowledgeable and personable. Great customer service.
Stinard - Avon, OH
Great technician, friendly, knowledgable, and efficient.
LuliRoger - Avon, OH
I have been a customer of Bay Furnace for many years and have never been dissatisfied.
Great service,good price, would hire again.
Barrett Phyllis - Avon, OH
Brian the technician explained everything and suggested we should consider joining their annual maintenance because of the age of our furnace and air conditioning. He also explained
The problem lies with standing water and rust in the burner compartment. I found the water leak was from a backed up condensate drain for the air conditioning coil. I accessed the condensate trap cleared with high-pressure CO2 and flushed with 2 L of water. I cycled the air conditioner with a 21Â° temperature drop. System is in proper working order at this time.
Club Furnace And Humidifier Tuneup. Replace #10Wp And Gel Tab. T-Stat, Spark Igniter, Flame Sensor, 4+370 Run Cap, 90% Inducer Assembly, Drain Trap, #16x20x1 Air Filter, Blower Motor, â€œHumidifierâ€ Hum-Stat, Bypass Damper Open, Scale Control Insert, Water Valve, Solenoid, Feed Tube, Drainline, Cycled Unit, Clean And Check.
Heating tune up.
Call Back. Found a bad compressor off on thermal overload tripped breaker due to the cost of repair on 25+ year system, customer replacing furnace and AC.
No cooling. Upon arrival I found that the capacitor had melted down on the hermetic tap. The wire was melted off as well. I repaired the wire and replaced and tested the capacitor. I cycled the system with proper operation. Temp drop is 19*.
Found breaker tripped. I reset the breaker and removed and replaced disconnect. Cycled system to check. System is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian
Found blower motor making a whistling noise. I tried to change the blower speed to quiet the motor. No luck. The furnace is 15 years old and making normal noise for a system itâ€™s age and condition. Thanks Brian.
No cooling. I found a failed dual capacitor. I replaced the capacitor and cycled the unit with proper operation.
Club A/C Tuneup. Replace #14x25x1 Air Filter Suppled. T-Stat, 70*-54*=16* D-T, Drain Trap, Blower Motor, R-22, Disconnect, 45+5+440 Dual Run Cap, Electrical, 78* Outside, Hose Down, Cycled Unit, Clean And Check.
While having the budget conversation I discovered that it was 5k for both furnace and A/C. I still put an estimate together for Comfort and Payne and mailed the estimates.
No Cooling. At My Arrival
Clean burners flame sensor vestibule and controls checked blower motor and filter check all operating and safety controls fire furnace to check OK change humidifier water panel customer supplied and check operation of humidifier OK check contactor capacitor compressor and fan cycle air-conditioner to check comfort system in good working order at this time found no problems
Furnace And A/C Tuneup $119.95 Each. Replace Air Filter. Cycled 2-Stage Heating And 1-Stage Cooling, Fine At This Time. 77* Outside.
Checked thermostat. Flushed AC trap with water. Checked filter. Changed filter supplied by customer. Checked capacitor. Checked contactor. Checked all electrical connections. Cleaned outdoor condensing coil with water. Cycled system to check. System is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian
After thoroughly inspecting the furnace I could not find the slight tingling rattling sound coming from inside the heat exchanger. I checked all screws and all exterior pieces of the furnace for vibration and could not find the source. I remove the induced draft motor and listened inside the furnace and I can hear a slight pinging almost like a screw is bouncing around down in there. The furnace is 18 years old and the amount of labor and the cost of finding the noise is not recommended due to age and condition of system. I gave 4 options on replacement. Thanks Brian.
No cooling. Upon arrival I found the contactor was closed however voltage was not on both sides. I removed 24 V from contactor and cleared any debris from underneath contact points. I reapplied 24 V and cycled condenser with proper operation. Due to age of the equipment replacement should start to be considered.
Went with another company this was over a 2 week period of educating the customer. he then told me he bought on price. comparing our carrier to competitor's carrier
$119.95 A/C Tuneup. Replace 35+5+370 Dual Run Cap. T-Stat, 70*-54*=16* D-T, Drain Trap, Blower Motor, R-22, Disconnect, 74* & Rain Outside, Electrical, Hose Down, Cycled Unit, Clean And Check.
Customer said outdoor fan not working. Cycle unit on found no high voltage either to indoor unit neither to outdoor unit. Found disconnect was flip in the off position same on the indoor unit. Also low voltage wires was lose. Turn power back to both indoor and outdoor unit. At time of dispatch unit is working.
I checked the refrigerant charge at 3 degrees of superheat. This may be due to leak stop additives. I also checked condensate drain and flow. I removed cap due to long run times causing the pan to hold water. System is operational at this time. Due to refrigerant loss and type of refrigerant i highly recommend replacement.