Thursday, March 27, 2014

Circuit board is a bad part to need

This one was $350 & in stock. Some cost less

Disconnected pressure switch

Sometimes it the last step before the compressor dies. Sometimes someone didn't know better. Acid wash can reduce high pressure.

Thought power was off

High volts took a chunk out of screwdriver

You're going to get burned or stung

Call a serviceman

220 volt don't touch here

Turn off ac and call anyone for service before you attempt to fix it

Clean that return air grill during spring cleaning

Can't go to work cat is under car

Maybe tomorrow I'll go

Mcdonough air conditioning repair

Just a picture from phone. We change out okd air conditioning systems

Furnace & air conditioner need this motor

The blower moves air in heating and air conditioning. Aaac service heating and air 7708754113

Sunday, March 23, 2014

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Friday, March 21, 2014

Burning to rich

To much carbon leak was in exchanger

Aaac service heating and air

Furnace repair and air conditioning repair in McDonough

Package unit rusted from inside

Cracked exchanger picture 3

The third tube was rusted so bad the water didn't make it high enough to get a good picture you can see the hole in it

Cracked exchanger 2

Same furnace . The second tube had bad leaks too. You can't fill these while the furnace is in. This furnace was already replaced. Symptoms included low heat inside lots of carbon high heat in service compartment. Rollout was tripping.Flames not going into exchanger tubes properly.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Air conditioner repair in Mcdonough

First day of spring I'm takng the winter parts of truck

House for sale Lake Ocone 55+ community Del Webb

For... - Greensboro 30642, GA, United States, Greensboro 30642, GA - Yakaz

1191 Seaworthy Rd Greensboro Ga  30642 

Del Web Lake Oconee

$289000 2 bed 2 bath, with office and sun room 

The Copperidge plan

  Georgia MLS No.: 7210481

 Active 55+ community on a lake. This one of the largest premium lots in Del Webb Oconee located at the end of a cul-de-sac with only a few houses.This home has a lot of privacy & green space . The back faces the woods, not another home.Deer and other wild life frequent the yard. The back porch is a great place to relax and bird watch.Upgraded features include tile in bathrooms, master bath beveled glass window, oversize master bath shower.master bedroom trey ceiling, hidden front screen door, granite counters, wood floors in foyer Dinning room kitchen,tile in the sun room ,ceiling fans throughout the home,crown molding throughout, French doors, water softener,attic above the garage is floored for added storage separate laundry room with utility sink


Monday, March 17, 2014

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Furnace Troubleshooting When There’s No Heat

We all fear the moment when our home heating system breaks down, especially in the Twin Cities metro area, which has the coldest average temperature of any major metropolitan area in the United States. Here are some tips for furnace troubleshooting when your home heating system malfunctions or stops working:

  • Is the Thermostat Set to Heat? First, check your thermostat setting. It may seem overly simple, but make sure that you have set the thermostat to “Heat,” especially if you are using it for the first time this season.
  • Check the Thermostat Setting. Next, make sure that the temperature is not set too low, so the system is not calling for heat. Try moving the setting a few degrees upward to see if the heat will kick in.
  • Troubleshoot the thermostat. For digital, programmable thermostats, the failure may be obvious on the display. For older thermostats, turn the fan switch “On” to check that there is power going to the furnace. Try cleaning the contacts on non-digital thermostats.
  • Check the Circuit Breaker. Next, inspect the furnace’s circuit breaker and fuse. Make sure that neither are tripped or blown, cutting power. If the breaker was tripped, try resetting it. If the fuse was blown, replace it or consult a professional for help.
  • Look at the Pilot Light. Unless you have a newer electronic ignition system, ensure the pilot is lit. If out, relight it by following your unit’s instructions, being careful that the gas valve is off and allowing the air to clear. If you are uncomfortable doing this, consult an HVAC technician.
  • Is the furnace gas valve open? Inspect the natural gas or propane valve, which should be parallel to the gas line if it’s open.
If your furnace problem persists, consult an HVAC professional,

The Filter should be Inspected Regularly

One of the most important parts to inspect is the filter of the furnace. This helps to capture dirt and other pollutant particles that are in the air of your home. Having a filter that is clogged can prevent the airflow through the heating system. This can reduce the amount of heat that is distributed throughout your home. By inspecting the filter regularly, it will be able to be kept as clean as possible. If the filter is starting to show signs of dirt build up, make sure to clean it or replace it as recommended. We can also inspect the filter for the overall cleanliness it has. We can also advise you on the best type of filter you should have for your furnace and home. This was it can be as efficient as possible.

10 things to check when you have the HVAC system tuned up

It is recommended to tune up your HVAC unit at least twice a year. This is usually done in the spring and in the fall. Periodic maintenance of the HVAC system can help keep it running at peak performance and efficiency. A system that is well maintained can also help you to avoid any inconvenient and untimely breakdowns. We can always come to inspect the system for you. That way, you can ensure the system will work properly when you will need it.
Check the Thermostat Settings
To ensure the HVAC unit can heat and cool your home effectively, make sure the thermostat is set for the most optimal temperature. Homes that are larger may need to have more than one thermostat. If you have more than one thermostat in your home, make sure you check all of them to ensure they working properly. Also make sure that the thermostat is set for the most efficient cooling or heating temperature for your home, this can help save on monthly energy bills.
Check all of the electrical connections
While inspecting the system, make sure the electric connections are not overlooked. These connections should be checked regularly, and tightened if they are loose. Any electrical connection that is loose may result in your HVAC system being less efficient or failing.
Lubricate the moving parts if needed
Lubricating and oiling the moving parts of the HVAC system can help to prolong the life of it. Parts that are not lubricated may wear out faster. This can result in a breakdown or higher repair bill.
The condensation drain should be inspected
The condensation drain routes the water vapor that is produced from the HVAC unit outside the home. A clogged drain can lead to internal water damage in your home. Poor draining can also interfere with the functioning of the HVAC unit. By making sure the drain is not clogged or running slowly, you can help the HVAC system run efficiently.
Check the system controls
When checking the system’s controls, make sure to run it through at least one operating cycle. This can help ensure that the system controls are functioning properly and effectively. If you notice any issues with it, we can inspect it for what the issue may be.
Clean the air conditioner evaporating coils
The evaporator coils are what help cool your home. Dirty coils can reduce the efficiency of it. Even in the fall, make sure the coils are cleaned off so the dirt and debris does not harden on them.
Inspect the refrigerant level in the unit
Too much or too little refrigerant amount in the cooling system can greatly affect the performance. With a tune up in the fall, make sure the refrigerant has the proper amount.
Clean and adjust the blower parts
The blower is what circulates the warm or cool air into your home from the HVAC system. Any airflow issue can reduce the efficiency by up to fifteen percent. It is critical to make sure the blower is clean and functioning properly.
Check the heating components of the system
Inspect the gas or oil connections, gas pressure, heat exchanger, and burner combustion chamber for the HVAC system. This way, you can ensure they are all working properly and efficiently for. This can help to prevent a fire or safety hazard in your home.
Check for carbon monoxide
While checking the overall HVAC system, also test for any carbon monoxide in the home. The can be dangerous to your health, so it is always important to test for it regularly.

Can I Change My Own Air Filter?

Yes! Should you replace it? Again, the answer is: Yes! But maybe you have never changed your air filter before and are wondering what’s involved. First of all, replacing an air filter is the simplest and yet most often neglected way to keep a heating and cooling system running healthy and efficiently. But how do you do it? We want to put your mind at ease by giving you some basic tips on how to locate and replace your filter.
  1. Turn off your furnace. Before doing anything else, find the power switch and turn it off. The filter doesn’t involve anything electrical but you want to be safe. Besides, if you are pulling out the air filter it means that the system will be ‘unprotected’ for a short time. So again, it is better to just shut it off.
  2. Find the air filter. The most likely place will be right next to your furnace or fan unit. But if there is no place for an air filter there, then the other likely place is a large return air grill in a central place in our house. If you can’t find the air filter, then there may be some serious problems with your system. Call a trusted service company to help you.
  3. Pull out the air filter. Write the size of the filter down on a note pad. You could also take the filter with you to the store, but that could be kind of messy. And if this is your first time to replace the air filter, take a look into the slot that you just pulled it out of. Make sure you don’t see any junk or debris that should be pulled out. Then check that the filter you just pulled out fits the slot well. You should be able to push it all the way back and the front edge should be even with the duct. If it is too small then measure the opening where the filter goes and take that measurement with you. Either way, you want to be sure you take with you something to help you find the right size. It can be very frustrating to stare at shelf upon shelf of filter types and sizes while trying to remember what exactly was in your unit. Just about any hardware store, or home improvement center will sell the filter you are looking for. And if you have to find a size that is different than one you pulled out, show someone at the store the measurement you wrote down and tell them that it is the ‘size of the opening’ the filter must fit into. While you are there, buy two or three filters so you have one for next month.
  4. Slide the new filter into place. Now this is important: Air filters have a front and back. Look for the arrows on the sides of the filter. Those arrows should be pointing toward the furnace. They indicate the direction the air will flow through the filter. Putting the filter in backwards isn’t dangerous, but it will only work well for a week or so.
  5. Turn your furnace back on. You’re done! If you want to double check that you did it correctly then turn your furnace on for three of four minutes then turn it off again. Check your air filter. If it has been pulled out of its slot by the airflow, then it wasn’t in there properly. But if it is fine, Good Job! You just changed your own air filter!

Tuesday, March 4, 2014