Bay Heating & Air Conditioning has been servicing the heating and air conditioning needs of Lakewood OH since 1944.
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Beyer - Lakewood, OH
Quick, great service!
Fortner - Lakewood, OH
Castele - Lakewood, OH
Great Service. Awesome Price.
Long - Lakewood, OH
Everything went well with no complaints.
Please stop emailing thanks
Stop - Lakewood, OH
Dzurko - Lakewood, OH
Go above and beyond
Ahup - Lakewood, OH
Our furnace (put in by a flipper) was only two years old when it started to malfunction. Bay came in and worked overtime to get replacement parts, we ultimately replaced the whole unit but I cannot imagine many companies spending as much time talking me through all the options and trying to find me the best products for the best price possible. I will sing their praises to the moon.
Great service. Courteous and pleasant!
FlynnChris - Lakewood, OH
Appreciate the timely response
Rambasek - Lakewood, OH
Good honest opinion
Great as Always!!
Roch - Lakewood, OH
Jose does a wonderful job. He listens and answers all my questions. He provides great service.
Came out after normal business hours, great service
MIchael - Lakewood, OH
Jason came out after 10 p.m. and quickly diagnosed the problem. He had the part in his truck and was able to replace it. He is a very friendly person.
KrejciMissy - Lakewood, OH
all went well!
Great service! Careful not to track mud into the house.
FlynnChris - Lakewood, OH
Casteele - Lakewood, OH
Chris - Lakewood, OH
I was very pleased with both your phone representative and with your repairman. Very efficient, knowledgeable and courteous. I am so happy to do business with Bay Heating and will recommend you to anyone who needs you’re services. Ciao
Response from Bay Furnace:
Thank you so much for the feedback. We work very hard to provide the best service possible and appreciate your willingness to let others know about your experience with us!
Blower is not working. Upon arrival I found the unit was operating. I tested the capacitor and amp draw. The motor was groaning and having a hard time starting. I replaced the motor and capacitor and cycled the unit with proper operation.
Found control board flashing code 4. Open limit. I checked all limits. All are okay. Unplugged 9 pin connector. Plugged back in. Code went away system is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian.
Unit 1 Check timer start check filter filter need to change customer will change it. Flush condensate drain checked blower motor. Checked disconnect check capacitor 35+5+370 or 440 Dual Run Cap. Cycled unit on to check compressor and fan working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature 55Â°. At time of dispatch unit is working. Unit 2 Check t/start check blower motor flush condensate drain and check condensate pump check filter customer said he will change his filter. Check disconnect check capacitor change capacitor reading 42.7 recommended 45+5+440 Dual run cap. Cycled unit on to check compressor and fan motor working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature is 55*. At times of dispatch unit is working.
Checked both thermostats. Checked both capacitors. Checked both contactors. Flush both AC traps out with water. Clean both outdoor condensing coilâ€™s with water. Checked all electrical connections. Change both filters supplied by us. Both systems are operating properly at this time thanks Brian
Loose thermostat. I added a new wall anchor and secured it to the wall. The thermostat is secure.
Check thermostat check filter check blower motor flush condensate drain. Turn Humidifier off. Supply air 54* return air 69*. Check disconnect Two 30 amps fuse. Check capacitor 40+5+370 Dual Run Cap. Check contactor cycle unit on to check compressor and fan motor working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature is 63*. At times of dispatch unit is working.
Club A/C Tuneup. T-Stat, #201Sg, Drain Trap, Bypass Humidifier Turn Off And Damper Close, Blower Motor, R-22, Disconnect, 30+5+370 Dual Run Cap, 56* Outside, Cycled Unit Clean And Check.
Check thermostat check blower motor check filter check condensate drain and condensate pump. Check disconnect two 30 amp fuse. Check capacitor 45+370+5 +370 run Cap. Check contactor cycle unit on to check compressor and fan working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature is 58Â°. At time of dispatch unit is working.
Check t/start change filter customer supply check blower motor flush condensate drain. Supply air 43 return air 63. Check disconnect two 30 fuse check capacitor 40+5+440 Dual Run Cap.Check Contactor cycled unit on to check fan motor and compressor working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature is 70Â°. At time of dispatch unit is working.
$119.95 A/C Tuneup. Found A Plug #16x25x1 Air Filter And Frozen Coil R-22 Unit Low On Changer And A Bad 2-Pole Contacter, Recommed Replacing Or Replace A/C Unit.
Checked thermostat. Checked filter. Changed easy flex 20 inch filter. Checked all electrical connections. Checked contactor. Checked capacitor. Flushed out AC trap and condensate pump with bleach and water. Clean condensing coil with water. Cycled system to check. System is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian
Check thermostat check filter check blower motor check on flush condensate pump. Supply air 45* return air 65*. Check disconnect checked capacitor 45+7.5+370 Dual run cap. Check contactor cycle unit on to check compressor and fan working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature is 70*. At times of dispatch unit is working.
Found bad gas valve. 24 v to valve. No heat. Cycled system to check.system is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian
Checked thermostat. Checked filter. Replaced number 410 filter supplied by us. Checked all electrical connections. Checked contactor. Checked capacitor. Flushed AC trap out with bleach and water. Checked condensation pump. Cleaned outdoor condensing coil with water. System is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian
No heat. Upon arrival I found that the unit is coding on error 44. I tested the unit and found that the blower motor would not ramp up. At a minimum the blower motor module would need replacement. However the circuit board may also have a failure. I observed the inducer ramping up with no call. The customer has issues with the furnace maintaining heat in the winter. This is a 60,000 btu furnace in a classic Lakewood home and may be undersized. We need to set up for an estimate on equipment replacement and quote for a blower motor module. Carrier furnace m# 58mvp060f15114 S#1601a10275 Series #140
Diagnostic from 5/7 2019 found Unico coil in attic crawlspace leaking refrigerant office to find out if under warranty saw invoice of previous company that installed was installed in 2014 unsure of warranty status customer had to leave for wifeâ€™s retirement party Office to call with solution
Believe unit low on refrigerant again with current temperature of 50Â° outside and 67 inside and a thermal expansion valve is the metering device unit keeps shutting off on freeze stat will need to return on a warmer day perhaps Thursday to investigate and perform possible leak search visible leak search showed no signs of oil or leakage
Check upstairs unit found adequate combustion air unit was red tagged by gas Company for lack of combustion air and properly grounded flexible gas line found unit to be in compliance with national gas code and national electric code.
No Heat. Found No natural gas flowing through the home homeowner will call the gas company.
Check T/start Check blower motor flush condensate drain. Check disconnect two 40 amps Fuse Check capacitor 55+5+440 Dual Run Cap. Check capacitor bump start unit to check compressor and fan motor working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Unit is working at times of dispatch. Outdoor temperature is 48*. Customer asked about a Cap that fit on the intake side inside his furnace. Said Brian said we will get one for him.
* replacement of all 3 media filters * Air-conditioning tuneup of all three units. Condenser coilâ€˜s were washed out. Contactors capacitors and all connections were inspected. I found both upstairs units with no power. I tracked down the power issue and the sub panel was turned off in the garage. I reapplied power and tested units. Due to low outdoor ambient units were not cycle for very long. Outdoor temperature is 42Â°F. All condensate traps were flushed out. All filters were replaced. Systems are operational and in good working order ready for summertime use.
Club A/C Tuneup. Replace #401Sg. T-Stat, Drain Trap, Bypass Humidifier Turn Off And Damper Close, Blower Motor, R-22, Disconnect, 2= 20 Amps Fuse, Electrical, Hard Start & 35+5+370 Dual Run Cap, 48* Heavy Rain, Bump Start, Clean And Check.
Cleared condensate trap change filter checked blower and motor remove caps from discharge air checked contactor capacitor compressor and fan cycle air-conditioner to check cleaned condenser coil