Bay Heating & Air Conditioning has been servicing the heating and air conditioning needs of Westlake OH since 1944.
Air Conditioning Repairs & Air Conditioner Replacements, Heating Repairs & Furnace Replacements and much more!
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Lang - Westlake, OH
All is well. Air conditioning unit check up with filter change.
Lefko - Westlake, OH
As in the past the service went smoothly and all appears well. Jose's service call was very professional and very efficient. Thanks for the continued outstanding service.
well knowledge in his field
Schmiedinger - Westlake, OH
very nice and and will explain what was wrong in layman terms
Prompt, efficient friendly service.
Decoy - Westlake, OH
Reliable and there when you need them.
Timberlake - Westlake, OH
Very Knowledgeable and Helpful
Grubb - Westlake, OH
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Morgan - Westlake, OH
Great service! Very prompt, courteous and knowledgeable.
Carol - Westlake, OH
Lesko - Westlake, OH
Loeffler - Westlake, OH
Great Service (as always) 'Club Membership' is a fantastic deal in helping keep the prices down, too!
Always amazing service from Jose!
Swanson - Westlake, OH
Geib - Westlake, OH
Szarek - Westlake, OH
Very personable as well as knowledgeable!
Rozek - Westlake, OH
Brian showed up early and performed the work in a short amount of time.
Run cap replace cycle to check ok.
Cycled system from tstat, all within spec Flushed condensation drain Checked filter, did not need changed Inspected outdoor unit and capacitor, all within spec No water available.
Got information Jim Price requested relayed to Sean did not hear back from Jim yet replaced easy trap due to leakage cycle air-conditioner all stages and fan all speeds heard no noise
A/C tune up I washed out the condenser coil. I checked the contactor, capacitor and connections. I checked the condensate drain and filter. I cycled the unit with proper operation.
No cooling. I found the thermostat locked out and an error code of no 230 V. I checked the breaker and it was on. I checked the connections at the service disconnect and ohmed out the fuses. I had 230 V at the condenser. I removed low-voltage 4 pin terminal and disconnected outdoor transformer temporarily and I inspected all connections. I tightened all connections And put everything back together and the air-conditioner cycled five minutes low stage five minutes high stage in test mode. I then turned the equipment on a normal operation and the equipment was running properLy. The thermostat was controlling the cycling and no more error codes occurred.
Found large blockage in condensate trap blowout cycle AC to check OK
Club A/C Tuneup. Replace #410Sg. T-Stat, Drain Trap, 66*-46*=20* D-T, Blower Motor, R410A, Disconnect, 2=40 Amps Fuse, Electrical, 45+5+440 Dual Run Cap, 65* Outside, Cycled Unit Clean And Check.
$119.95 A/C Tuneup. T-Stat, #20x25x1 Air Filter, Drain Trap, 70*-50*=20* D-T, Blower Motor, R410A, Disconnect, 2=40 Amps Fuse, Electrical, 65* Outside, Hose Down, Cycled Unit Clean And Check.
I reached out multiples time and never got a response back.
Checked Thermostat. Checked filter. Customer changes his own filter. Flushed out AC trap with water. Checked all electrical connections. Checked contactor. Checked capacitor. Cleaned outdoor condensing coil with water. Cycled system to check.System is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian
Check thermostat. Checked filter. Customer washes filter themselves. Checked contactor. Checked capacitor. Checked all electrical connections. Cycled system. System has a 20Â° temperature drop.Cleaned outdoor condensing coil with water. Cycled system to check. System is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian
Found fan not operating due to defective nest thermostat customer to replace thermostat
A/C tuneup, flushed condensate pump, hosed down condenser, checked contacter/fan/compressor, checked electrical connections, cycled cooling with ok operation.
Club 2=A/C Tuneup. 2= T-Stat, 2=401Sg, 2= Drain Trap, 1= Fan Power Humidifier Turn Off, 68*-53*=15* & 72*-52*=20* D-T, Blower Motor And Downflow Blower, 2=R410A, 2= Disconnect, 2= 40 & 30 Amps Fuse, Electrical, 45+5+370 & 40+5+370 Dual Run Cap, 73* & Rain Outside, Hose Down, Cycled Unit Clean And Check.
Check t/stat checked blower motor change filter flush condensate drain. Turn humidifier off. Check disconnect check capacitor 40+5+440 Dual Run Cap. Turn unit on To check compressor and fan working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature is 72Â° with rain. At time Of dispatch unit is working.
Checked thermostat . Checked air filter. Customer changes air filter themselves. Found 10Â° temperature up. Checked outdoor suction line suction line is warm. Obvious case of low refrigerant. Explain to customer the cost of our 22 and strongly recommend that he replaces the system rather than putting our 22 in a system from 1990. Due to age and condition of system my strongest recommendation is to replace it at this time. Checked all electrical connections. Checked contactor. Checked capacitor. System is operating at this time but with a very low temperature dropped due to low refrigerant. I gave customer an estimate on a 13 seer AC. System is operating just not properly at this time thanks Brian
Found downstairs blower motor run capacitor very weak remove and replace cycle to check OK at this time system to be replaced sometime in the near future 1994 Sean okayed coupon years even though it was not $200 repair.
Check thermostat. Checked filter. Customer supplies filter them selves. Checked all electrical connections. Checked capacitor. Checked contactor. Cleaned outdoor condensing coil with water. Flushed out AC trap with water. Cycled system to check. System has 19Â° temp drop. System is operating properly at this time. Thanks Brian
Cycled system from tstat, all within spec Reset tstat Flushed condensation drain Checked filter, did not need changed Disabled humidifier for season and closed bypass Inspected outdoor unit and capacitor, all within spec Washed outdoor unit.Basement coil is 15 years old and starting to rust through. Recommend replacement.
Turn dehumidification mode back on cycle air-conditioner second third and fourth stage to try to duplicate noise unable to reach fifth stage due to the outside temperature limits unable to change. had customer message me video of noise will forward to Jim Price to see of any possible solutions unable to duplicate noise at this time.
No cooling. I found the unit very low on charge. Due to age and condition the unit needs replacement. Paul is scheduled for A 2:30 quote.
Club A/C Tuneup, T-Stat, 20x25x1 Air Filter, Drain Trap, Bypass Humidifier Turn Off And Damper Closed, Blower Motor, R-22, Disconnect, 50+440 And 7.5+370 Run CAP, 50* Outside Temp, Bump Start, Clean And Check.
Air-conditioning tuneup. Condenser coil was washed out. Contactor capacitor and connections were checked. I found a capacitor was very low readings 29/ .8. I replaced with a 45/5- 370 capacitor. I flushed out the condensate trap and check the air filter. I cycled the unit with a 17Â° temperature drop. Outdoor temperature is currently 50Â°F and indoor temperature is 65Â°F.
Check thermostat change filter customer supply flush condensate drain check blower motor. Check disconnect two 30 amp fuse. Check capacitor 45+5+370 run cap . Cycled unit on to check compressor and fan working. Wash and clean condenser coil. Outdoor temperature is 58Â°. At time of dispatch unit is working.
Found outdoor fan motor failed.