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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
Always a pleasure having such professional people to deal with !!!
KonopkaKathy - Avon, OH
Fisher - Avon, OH
Technicians were efficient and pleasant.
Great S ervice. Great service people
RockValerie - Avon, OH
Jose has been servicing my furnace and air conditioner for maney years he is great
very experienced and professional and polite
Hazinakis - Avon, OH
SloweyMary - Avon, OH
On a very cold Thursday morning, our furnace decided to quit. What to do? Call Bay Furnace, of course! I did and they had men here within the hour. Their Repairmen are the greatest -they ordered the part, waited for it to arrive,installed it and within a two hour period+ we had heat. Thanks Bay Furnace!!
Rozzo - Avon, OH
Fantastic crew. Very efficient and knowledgeable.
on time good service
Dunmyre - Avon, OH
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KirkRalph - Avon, OH
KirkRalph - Avon, OH
Justin,Did a nice job and seemed very through and respectful. Would have him back to work on our furnace anytime.
Very efficient, cared about my home using shoes, did the necessary work.
McLaughlin - Avon, OH
Check thermostat. Checked air filter. Customer supplies and changes his own filter. Checked capacitor. Capacitor was not showing any microfarads at all. Replaced capacitor. Found all of the wires in the outdoor unit at least chewed or bitten into buy some sort of rodent. Snipped and wire tied and cut out the chewed up portion of wires . After completing the repair checked the contactor. Cycled the system. Wash the outdoor condensing coil with water. Cycled system to check. System is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian. I overcharged for the tune up. Office is aware.
Club A/C Tuneup. Found Common Wire To Condenser Unit Cut By landscaper No 24V Cutout Damaged Wire Rewire Fine At This Time. T-Stat, #20x25x1 Air Filter, Drain Trap, Downflow Blower Motor, R-22, Disconnect, 45+5+370 Dual Run Cap, Electrical, 68* Outside, Hose Down, Cycled Unit Clean And Check.
A/C tuneup, flushed drain, changed 16x25x1 filter customer provided, hosed down condenser coil, checked capacitor/contacter/compressor, cycled cooling with ok operation.
Going with friend who works for SLIFE.
A/C tune up. I washed out the condenser coil. Checked the contactor capacitor and connections. Air filters were inspected and condensate trap was flushed out. System was cycled with a 20Â° temperature drop. Air-conditioner is operating properly at this time.
Club A/C Tuneup. Replace #501Sg. T-Stat, Drain Trap, Bypass Humidifier Turn Off And Damper Close, 66*-50*=16* D-T, Blower Motor, R-22, Disconnect, 55+5+440 Dual Run Cap, Remove Leaves And Cottonwood, 75* Outside, Hose Down, Cycled Unit Clean And Check.
No cooling. Upon arrival I found that the condenser fan motor would not run. This was due to a failed capacitor. Also the unit had a dead mouse on the capacitor and a nest in the electrical compartment. I removed the mouse and nest. I replaced and tested the capacitor. I cycled the unit with a 20 degree Temp drop.
Check thermostat check blower motor flush condensate drain change filter customer supply. Turn humidifier off. Check disconnect check capacitor 45+5+440 dual run Cap . Check contactor cycle unit on the check compressor and fan working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature is 59Â°. At time of dispatch unit is working.
Air-conditioning tuneup. Condenser coil was washed out. Contactor, capacitor and connections were checked. Condensate drain was flushed out. Filter was inspected. System was cycled and is operational at this time.
Club A/C Tuneup. T-Stat, 20x25x1 Customer Replace, Flush Drain Condense Pump, Blower Motor, R-22 , Disconnect, 45+5+370/440 Dual Run Cap Turbo 200, Electrical, 50* Outside Temperature , Bump Start, Clean And Check.
Found run capacitor bad wires burnt remove and replace cycle air conditioner to check OK
Club A/C Tuneup. T-stat , 401SG , Drain Trap, Bypass Humidifier Turn Off And Damper Closed, Blower Motor, R-22 , Disconnect , 35+5+370 Run Cap, 52* Outside temperature , Bump Start , Electrical , Hosed Unit, Clean And Check.
Call Back. Check Disconnect, And All Wiring Cycled 3 Time Fine At This Time.
Club A/C Tuneup. T-Stat, Ez-Flex #20, Drain Trap, 71*-51*=20* D-T, Blower Motor, R410A, Disconnect, 2=25 Amps Fuse, Electrical, 35+5+370 Dual Run Cap, 63* Outside, Hose Down, Cycled Unit Clean And Check.
Did not install fill valve fact pump may be installed backwards reverse direction of pump boiler knocking severe avoid re-install pump in original position cycle the boiler several times with no overpressure conditions if problem persists of this nature will need to return with Roger to investigate cause.
Check thermostat change filter customer supply check condensate drain. Check disconnect two 30 amps Fuse check capacitor 5+370+35 +370 Run Cap. Found contactor is broken and have lose wires on it. Customer was giving an estimate for it of $127.00. He declined and said needed and estimate for a new air conditioner in the future. Cycle unit on to check compressor and fan working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature 60.* Unit is working at times of dispatch.
Cycled system from tstat, all within spec Changed filter, customer provided Flushed condensation drain Disabled humidifier for season and closed bypass Inspected outdoor unit and capacitor, all within spec
Checked thermostat. Checked batteries in thermostat. Showed customer how to change batteries if necessary. Checked filter. Filter was very bad. Customer explained they change themselves. Flushed out AC trap with water. Checked all electrical connections. Checked contactor. Checked capacitor. Cleaned outdoor condenser coil with water. Cycled system to check. System has a 14Â° temp drop. System is 22 years old. Unit is operating inefficiently at this time. Compressor has a higher than recommended amp draw. And outdoor fan also has a higher than recommended Amp draw . My strongest recommendation is to replace the system at this time. System is operating at this time. Thanks Brian
Air-conditioning tuneup. Condenser coil was washed out. Contactor capacitor in all connections were inspected. Capacitor was tested while running at 68 and 10 at microfarads. Condensate drain trap was flushed out and filter was checked. System was cycled with a 19Â° temperature drop. Air-conditioning is operating properly and ready for summertime use. Equipment is 15 years old replace first repair is in effect.
Air-conditioning tuneup. Condenser coil was washed out. Contactor capacitor and all connections were inspected. Condensate trap was flushed out. Media filter was checked. Customer replaces filter on a regular basis. System was bump started and is operational. The air-conditioner is OK and ready for summer time use.
Ac startup, cycled system from infinity stat, ok Checked blower and filter, ok Flushed drain. Disabled humidifier for season. Checked outdoor unit, great Checked surge protector. Reset tstat.
Air-conditioning tuneup. Condenser coil was washed out. Contactor capacitor and all connections were inspected. Nothing from my power filter was affected. System was cycled with proper operation. I updated the thermostat while I was here for software updates.
Adjust water feed to the lowest setting believe it was leaking through if leak persists water feed to boiler will need replaced currently numbers not available on valve installed but can use half-inch FB 38 fill valve
Air-conditioning tuneup. Condenser coil was washed out. Contactor capacitor and connections were inspected. Condensate trap was flushed out. Filter was inspected. System was bump started and is operating with proper operation.
Checked both thermostats. Change batteries in upstairs thermostat. Adjusted settings on infinity stair downstairs to remove heat humidity settings for the summer time. Customer explained that previously technician had not shut off humidity and water continuously ran throughout the summer. Recommend re-adjusting humidity settings during fall tuneup properly. Flushed out both traps .checked and changed both easy flex filters. Supplied by us. Easy flex 20. Checked all electrical connections. Checked both capacitors. Checked both contactors. Checked both outdoor coils. Cleaned both outdoor coils with hose and water. Both systems are operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian