Bay Heating & Air Conditioning has been servicing the heating and air conditioning needs of Bay Village OH since 1944.
Air Conditioning Repairs & Air Conditioner Replacements, Heating Repairs & Furnace Replacements and much more!
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Showalter - Bay Village, OH
Jason was outstanding
Steve - Bay Village, OH
Johnson - Bay Village, OH
repair air conditioner
Reulbach - Bay Village, OH
My wife is handling most stuff now and was very pleased with the persons that came. They were friendly and got a new part installed quickly. J
Professional, polite and kind.
Baird - Bay Village, OH
Yearly check up.
Croyle - Bay Village, OH
Great service and I learned more about the workings of our furnace, etc. thanks!
Overdorff - Bay Village, OH
HolleyJames - Bay Village, OH
Was on time, unit working now is what mattered. Thx
Patno - Bay Village, OH
Rachel - Bay Village, OH
Prompt...informed...direct and to the point...courteous.
Patno - Bay Village, OH
don - Bay Village, OH
MooreKim - Bay Village, OH
very professional and businesslike
BakerBarbara - Bay Village, OH
Courteous & Knowledgeable HVAC Service
Alex - Bay Village, OH
Johnathan arrived and promptly set out to work, being careful not to bring in outside dirt after this mornings rain. he promptly performed the service tune up indoors and then tackled the outdoor unit. He briefed me on his findings and gave me a few tips in the process.
Found zone one to be powered by transformer either in attic or at zone control and was not hooked up correctly at installation of zone system install had to put both common wires under C of thermostat. thermostats were changed in September and not wired correctly from that point .
No cooling. I found a failed dual capacitor. I replaced it and cycled with proper operation. Upon further investigation I found the fan blade is cracked. I am providing a price to replace the blade and motor.
Install class B pipe
$119.95 Each Furnace And A/C Tuneup. Replace #413Sg. â€œFurnaceâ€ T-Stat, 50 Ohms HSI, Flame Sensor, 80% Inducer Assembly, 3.5â€ W.C. Gas Valve, Burner, 7.5+370 Run Cap Blower Motor, 64* Outside, â€œA/C Unitâ€ T-Stat, #413Sg, Drain Trap, 70*-50*=20* D-T, Disconnect, 2=40 Amps Fuse, Electrical, Hard Start & 45+5+440 Dual Run Cap, Hose Down, Remove Leaves And Cottonwood, R410A, Blower Motor, Cycled Both Unit, Clean And Check.
Furnace tune up.
Club Boiler Tuneup. T-Stat Found Zone #1, Not Working Need To Follow-Up. Same T-Stat Working On Cooling Mode. Zone #2,#3,#4,#5 Are Working, 180* & 15PSI, Spark Igniter, 80% Inducer, Cycle Pump, Cycled Unit, Clean And Check.
No cooling. Unit low on charge. Due to age and condition I highly recommend replacement. Sean is going to call the customer and schedule an estimate .
Club Furnace And Humidifier Tuneup. Replace Car-0909Wp. T-Stat, 48 Ohms HSI, Flame Sensor, 2-Stage 90% Inducer Assembly, 1.5â€ & 3.5â€ W.C. Gas Valve, Drain Trap, 122* & 112*-72*=50* & 40* T-R, Ez-Flex #16, V.S. Blower Motor, 76* Outside, Humidifier Fan Power, Hum-Stat, Drip Tray, Water Valve, Drainline, Cycled Units, Clean And Check.
Customer said unit was frozen up. Cycle unit on to check for evaporators coil was reading 19*. Charge it up to 47* with a sub cooling of 6* and supply air 57* and return air 76*. At tell customer if system low on charge again she will need to do a leak search. At time of dispatch unit is.
No Cooling. Found A Bad Low On Charge Bad Valve Leaking Recommed Replacing 25+ Year Old A/C Unit.
Unit making noise. We found the condenser fan motor has failed. Scheduled for 8-22&8-23 for install.
No cooling. I found the evaporator coil was iced over. I turned off the breaker and cycled the a/c in order to speed up the thawing process. We will need to return and test the unit.
$75.00 Second Floor A/C Tuneup. Replace Bad #20x25x1 Air Filter Suppled. T-Stat, 76*-61*=15* T-R, Drain Trap, Downflow Blower Motor, R410A, Disconnect, 2=40 Amps Fuse, Electrical, 45+10+370 Dual Run Cap, Hose Down, 72* Outside, Cycled Unit, Clean And Check.
Club Furnace And Humidifier Tuneup. Replace #35Wp. T-Stat, 54 Ohms HSI, Flame Sensor, 3-Stage 90% Inducer Assembly, 0.56â€ & 1.5â€ & 3.5â€ W.C. Gas Valve, Burner, Drain Trap, #210Sg, V.S. Blower Motor, Cycled Unit. (Bypass Humidifier) Hum-Stat, Scale Control Insert And Drip Tray, Feed Tube And Nozzle, Drainline, 68* Outside, Cycled Unit Water & Blower Come On, Clean And Check.
No cooling. Customer had unit freeze up . I ran a quick leak search and found refrigerant leaks at the evaporator and condenser. The unit is over 25 years old and has a factory charge of over 7 lbs of R-22. I highly recommend replacement of the equipment. Due to age I recommend furnace replacement as well.
Water leaking. We found a black condensate trap. We cleared trap with CO2 and flush with water. System is cycled with proper operation.
Heating tune up.
Check to air conditioners change both filters customer supplied check capacitors both within rated microfarads main unit condenser coil extremely dirty clean both checked amp draw pane unit 5.8 A carrier unit 17.5 most likely reason for high electric bills dirty coils
No cooling. We found that the 2 wire had broken outside. We replaced approx 5â€™ of 2 wire and cycled the condenser with proper operation.
Heating tune up with hot surface igniter replacement.
Clean burners flame sensor vestibule and controls checked blower motor and filter check all operating and safety controls fire furnace to check OK.furnace lacking enough return air, advised.
Club Heating Tuneup. T-Stat, 71* Ohms HSI, Flame Sensor, 2-Stage 80% Inducer Assembly, Electrical, 1.5â€ & 3.5â€ W.C. Gas Valve, 7.5+370 Run Cap Blower Motor, 72* Outside, Cycled Unit, Clean And Check.