Bay Heating & Air Conditioning has been servicing the heating and air conditioning needs of Lakewood OH since 1944.
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Nice guy, great service
Stone - Lakewood, OH
BT - Lakewood, OH
Nothing but the best for honesty and integrity. This is the place to go for trustworthy service!
Great service! Careful not to track mud into the house.
FlynnChris - Lakewood, OH
Friendly and courteous. Careful not to step on plants near the AC unit.
Jennifer - Lakewood, OH
Jose was excellent. Took the time to explain my systems to me and what I can do to keep them clean. Very knowledgeable. I would recommend him to anyone.
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.
Found thermostat acting irradic. Checked filter. Checked outdoor coil. Cycled system to check. Checked batteries. System is operating properly at this time. Thermostat is not. Thanks Brian
Customer said outdoor unit not working. Cycle unit on to check. Found that unit was not having high voltage. Found bad Fuse in disconnect. Replace Fuse and cycle unit on. At time of dispatch unit is working.
Jose had diagnosed a bad blower motor. I found the relay on the cooling side of the control board to be bad. System is old and definitely recommend getting replaced. Due to the high volume of calls I hardwire the black wire from the blower motor directly to the L1 power for continuous operation and temporary cooling. This system is operating properly at this time. We need to return either Brian or an estimator to give a quote on a new system as soon as possible. Iâ€™ll instruct customer to call the office after 9 AM Monday morning thanks Brian
No Cooling. Found a Bad 35+5+370 Dual Run Cap, Replace Cycled Unit Fine At This Time.
No Cooling. Found A Bad Blower On A 30+ Year Old Furnace Due To Age Recommed Replacing 80% Furnace & A/C Tuneup.
Duct repair not working as planned - needs re-route
Found indoor coil frozen in ice. I explained to customer that I need it to melt to properly diagnose the issue. I left the fan on and shut the ac off until we can return. Thanks Brian . I found system low on charge. Added 3 lbs r 410 a. Cycled system to check. System operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian
Jason told me his budget was 2k and as I was leaving chuck and a truck pulled in.
Repair kitchen evaporator drain
Found short and low-voltage wire. Recommend replacing wire. Upon further investigation found that a chipmunk had chewed the wire at the base of the house. Replaced approximately 15 feet of Wire. Cycled system to check. System is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian
Checked thermostat. Flushed out AC trap with water. Checked all electrical connections. Checked contactor. Checked capacitor. Clean condensing coil with hose and water. Cycled system to check. System is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian
Unit 1 upstairs Check Thermostat check blower motor flush drain and check condensate pump working. Check filter. Filter needs to replace customer said the will replace it. Check Disconnect Check capacitor 35+5+440 Dual Run Cap. Cycle unit on to check compressor motor working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature is 66* and raining heavily. At times of dispatch unit is working. Unit 2 downstairs Check thermostat check blower motor flush condenser drain and check condensate pump working. Check filter customer will changes filter. Check disconnect check capacitor 25+5+370 Dual Run Cap. Cycle unit on to check compressor fan motor working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature 66* and raining heavily. At time of dispatch unit is working.
AC tuneup complete.
Checked thermostat. Flushed AC trap. Checked filter. Changed number 201 filter supplied by us. Checked all electrical connections. Checked contactor. Checked capacitor. Cycled system to check. Cleaned outdoor condensing coil with water. System is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian.
$119.95 A/C Tuneup. Replace #501Sg. (43 Year Old Units) T-Stat, 72*-52*=20*D-T, Blower Motor, Fan Power Humidifier Turn Off, R-22, Disconnect, 74* Outside, Run Caps, Hose Down, Cycled Unit, Clean And Check.
Inspected furnace for installation issues. Furnace is pitched properly. Flues are also pitched properly. Water running the incorrect direction from the leak in the furnace is due to the uneven pitch of the floor below. This appears to have been corrected at install by various shims under the legs. Supply duct is 8x20 with numerous supply runs and appears to be adequate for the size of the furnace. Return air elbow is 10x24. Return trunk is 8x20. I could find only one stud bay panned in and only one return air grill was found which is 8x24. Return grills and supply grills were all open with no obstructions at this time. Homeowner stated that it has always been that way. In my opinion, the lack of return air is the primary reason for the high static pressure readings from our previous visit. Otherwise it appeared to be an unremarkable install.
Reconnect existing LG units
Found leak at liquid line outdoors at condenser Rebrazed all fittings field installed pump to 300 pounds nitrogen for half hour Pull vacuum recharge system and cycle to check ok. Return unit to service.
Found first floor unit completely void of refrigerant tried to pump up with nitrogen to find leak heard major leak outside remove top and found compressor terminals burnt and leaking will need compressor compressor plug capacitor filter dryer and refrigerant 7lbs. 2 guys approx. 6 hrs.
Cycled system from tstat, all within spec Checked filter, did not need changed Flushed condensation drain Disabled humidifier for season and closed bypass Inspected outdoor unit and capacitor, all within spec Washed outdoor unit.
I found system with a failed coil. Customer will decide best course of action.
A/C tuneup complete, flushed condensate drain, 201 filter was clean, shut off bypass humidifier for season, hosed down condenser coil, checked capacitor/contacter/compressor, all electrical connections are secure, cycled cooling with ok operation. Thanks Johnathan
Found unit low on refrigerant added 3 pounds of r 410 A to bring superheat up to 24Â° Office will need to call to schedule leak search new install