Expert Local Home Services In Woodland CA
CABS Heating & Air Conditioning is happy to provide expert local service in Woodland, CA. Started in 2011, our company is family-owned and operated as well as dedicated to bringing you the best in home comfort services. Our HVAC services include AC and furnace repair, replacements, and maintenance. We also do plumbing & electric work!
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Awesome in every way!!
Holly - Woodland, CA 95776
Great team work from start to finish. Thank you for outstanding work and communications. Was always kept informed of process and other then the expected dust from a Heat pump Install since converting from a gas to electric heating system, I am extremely happy with everything and everyone!! You guys are awesome. Plus your estimate was lower than Blakes for the exact same system and you seemed sincerely interested in earning by business. I really felt like a valued customer. Please everyone get and estimate from Cabs before your next HVAC project!! You will be happy you did!!
Returned to customer to start a case with Lennox tech support, tech support had me check thermostat settings on defrost, we did make adjustments to defrost and air flow. Tech support wanted me to gauge up to check pressures low side 107/149 high side and sub cool was 11. Tech support said slightly high but not bad at all. We will need to see what happens the next really cold day to see if these adjustments did work.
pn all notes , may need to add heat strips to system to help appease the system during the winter, and having the condenser run non stop.
Called Lennox to order defrost board and defrost sensor. Client is having same issue when it gets really cold outside.
Upon arrival I found the out door frozen, found dip switch on defrost board not properly set, it was not set to auto. Defrosted all ice with water hose to get refrigerant pressures. Refrigerant pressure are at 102 low side 320 low side. Per chart on Lennox service panel pressures are slightly a little higher but not by much. System is heating well and system did defrost once while testing pressures.
MFG DATE: 2022 EQUIPMENT MFG: Lennox Upon arrival the client stated that the system has been good. The air filter is located living area. The filter is in a new condition. The duct work is located in basement . Ducting is sealed and intact. Air handler is located basement . I removed the service panel from the unit. Tightened all electrical connections. Blower motor was measured at 3 amps Blower wheel is clean. Indoor coil was clean. Return temperature was 65 degrees. Supply temperature was 87 degrees. Outdoor unit is located ground. Removed the service panel from the unit. Cleaned all debris from the electrical compartment. Tightened high voltage on the contactor switch. The Compressor was measured at 3.6 amps Refrigerant type is 410. Refrigerant pressures were 241/126 with a 10 degree subcool. Superheat was measured at 10 degrees. Washed the outdoor coil System is operating correctly. WORK SUGGESTED: surge protector
MFG DATE: 2018 EQUIPMENT MFG: carrier Upon arrival the client stated that the system has been good. The air filter is located hallway 20x30. The filter is in a okay condition. The duct work is located in attic. Ducting is sealed and intact. Attic insulation is good. Furnace is located attic. I removed the service panel from the unit. Tightened all electrical connections. Blower motor was measured at 5 amps Blower wheel is clean. 25mfd capacitor . Return temperature was 67 degrees. Supply temperature was 118 degrees. Outlet gas pressure was 3.5 WC. Inlet gas pressure was 7.5 WC. Inducer motor amp draw was .5 amps. Hot surface ignitor was good . Cleaned flame sensor. System is operating correctly. WORK SUGGESTED: install surge protector and overflow switch.
Estimate is to remove existing equipment and to convert from gas to electric. Will run a 240 V circuit from the panel to the indoor unit in the attic. New secondary drain pan, and safety switch, with risers, new 240 V disconnect and whip, connecting to existing primary and secondary drain lines. We will clear both lines of debris. Outdoor unit: New California approved leveling pad with earthquake straps, new 240 V disconnect and whip. All outdoor electric lines to unit will be sealed in a weather tight conduit to ensure safety. For November promotion, will add 1000ft2 of top off insulation. All permits, inspections, testing, and labor are included in investment. 10 Year Parts 10 Year Compressor 2 Year Labor
ERV system is now working, ERV had to be connected to S30 thermostat with the equipment. I did show the customer how to use the ERV on the thermostat.