Air Conditioning Installation, Air Conditioning Repair & Air Conditioner Repair in Spring Hill, FL
At Bay Area Air Conditioning, Inc. we serve your best interests with expert services, and proven reliable heating & air conditioning solutions in Spring Hill, FL. Refusing to compromise quality, we have earned distinction as a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer. Our factory trained and certified team of technicians are qualified to resolve any comfort challenge, matching your unique requirements to the ideal system. Taking advantage of smart technology and advanced engineering, we simplify and improve everyday life. Let us trim running costs, ensure reliability, optimize energy efficiency, and put you in complete control over your indoor climate. All new installations are protected by our ten year parts and labor warranty, and upon completion, we verify performance data.
Spring Hill, FL: Air Conditioner Repair & AC Installation
for Spring Hill, FL
Bay Area gives great service
Shannon - Spring Hill, FL
Consistent, honest, genuine- from phone call service to technician service and experience. Really happy to work with this company.
Elizabeth - Spring Hill, FL
Karen - Spring Hill, FL
Thank you for a HVAC SYSTEM check up and cleaning. Great price!
tune up and small repair to drain pvc pipe
Ben - Spring Hill, FL
Bay Area technician was early and worked on my tuneup and exit drain pipe on the outside of the house. He provided summary of work completed and recommendations for air filter, he processed payment and emailed report and receipt.
Great Service (Office Admin. and Technicians)
Josephine - Spring Hill, FL
This company aims to please by ensuring customer satisfaction from first point of contact through job completion. Dependability "A+"; personnel very polite and knowledgeable.
Shirley - Spring Hill, FL
Jeff was very nice and explained everything to me!
Great service professional and personable
Ted - Spring Hill, FL
Great same day service awesome prices
Great service! Jeff was very nice and explained things to me!
Shirley - Spring Hill, FL
Jeff was great, explained what was going on and is a very nice young man!
Karin - Spring Hill, FL
He really went above and fixed our problem with his brilliant diagnosis. He is a really smart technician.
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John - Spring Hill, FL
Service of hvac unit
William - Spring Hill, FL
The service tech was very knowledgeable, thorough and professional. He took the time to explain everything he was doing and all the issues he found with my hvac unit.
Dynamic - Spring Hill, FL
Fast and all went well
John - Spring Hill, FL
Glen was very knowledgeable and explained everything that needed to be done to make our unit efficient. I would definitely recommend Bay Area Air Conditioning to anyone looking for a top notch hvac repair company.
The service was excellent
Diane - Spring Hill, FL
Giovanny Diaz was very professional and knowledgeable
Great job and explanation of units condition
Robert - Spring Hill, FL
Wish he was going to keep working for Bay Area
Quick response and helpful
Ralph - Spring Hill, FL
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Frederico - Spring Hill, FL
I've always asked for Pete to do our annual maintenance. Very efficient and sad to hear that he'll be retiring soon and moving up north. Enjoy your retirement and God Bless.
Jeffrey - Spring Hill, FL
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Joann - Spring Hill, FL
Great service !
PMI - Spring Hill, FL
Fast and efficient !
Great service, thank you to Pete Constanzo
Ramon - Spring Hill, FL
Pete Constanzo great service, very knowledgeable, problem resolve
Nadine - Spring Hill, FL
He did a great job thank 3y ou
Wonderful service awesome price, very fast efficient work! Truly fantastic quality best experience ever!
Chris - Spring Hill, FL
Jeff was excellent with the service part of the job.
John - Spring Hill, FL
The price seemed high.
Cheryl - Spring Hill, FL
On time, pleasant technician, cost was fair.
Speedy and great service
Tim - Spring Hill, FL
Cleaned drain line and drain pan.
Perform yearly maintenance checks and cleanings. Added 2 lbs R22. System operating and draining at this time.
Ran complete system tune up. Found system 1 lb low of sub- cool recommendations. Replaced valve core and added the 1 lb 410A. System is working within factory specifications. Cleaned and flushed drain and coils. Treated coils and drain. Taped insulation at bottom of access door. Recommend replacing bulb or UV SYSTEM. Bulb if available. System if not.
Ran complete system tune up. System working within factory specifications. Note: Secondary pan was half full, PRIMARY float switch was stuck closed. System does have Secondary run off pipe that was allowing system to cycle back on. Cleaned out pan and cleaned and oiled PRIMARY float switch. System draining properly now and switches functioning correctly.
Upon arrival I found no low voltage. I found transformer bad. I installed new transformer. I put my breaker inline to check for short. I found some bare wires but not causing short. I found contactor shorted. I replaced and tested it is cooling. I removed breaker and added homeowners low voltage fuse. We discussed replacement of system but did jot want quote at this time.
Upon arrival the system was in cool mode and set to 75. It was 72 in house and that is why it would not come on. I explained she would have to go to heat mode to warm up to 75. She would turn fan on and would start blowing. I explained to her to leave on auto.
Upon arrival unit was operating in heat mode when calling for cooling. Low voltage wiring in air handler did not have a good connection so unit wasn't energizing reversing valve. After solving that issue, the blower motor was operating intermittently. The green wire was receiving 24v but blower motor was not running. Diagnosed bad fan control board. Air handler is 25 years old, gave customer estimates on new equipment.
Reason plenum soaking wet on bottom & water finding its way out. Drain trap & float safety are bone dry, No doubt the primary pan has a cracked or void. Per Dale, new pan to be handled under Bay Area service warranty. Ordering parts
Maintenance completed. Checked refrigerant pressures, temperature splits, and static pressures. Cleaned indoor and outdoor coils. Washed and removed all debris from bottom of outdoor unit. Vacuumed and flushed drain line. Unit is running normally.
Customer called due to system not operating correctly. When I arrived system was on and operating but compressor was not. Looked in infinity controller history faults did not see any faults concerning the compressor or condenser. Turned system off and reset condenser breaker and turned system on in test mode system came on and operated compressor as well. Checked system operations in cooling all ok system was operating correctly. Took system out of tested mode and turned system back on in cooling. System came on and operated did not find any issues that would cause a problem at this time. Explained to customer system may have intermittent issue that cannot be detected at this time. System operating and draining at this time.
Found system beyond repair. System blew charges at EVAPORATOR coil. System must have had leak before because it was 427A installed. Need to have Jim come give price for replacement.
Perform yearly maintenance checks and cleanings. System operating and draining at this time.
Found blower motor with open winding. Has 208 volts to motor. Can not get to come on. System is taged off
Unit # OD Condenser fan motor is overheating and shutting off. System requires 1/2 H/P motor 208-230 volt motor. Split system unit is on North side of building on the ground. Had to order motor. Note: motor has been changed before and no longer has original fan blade.
Water dripping from overflow in primary drain pan. Clear drain and pan and test. No dripping from 3/4 " pipe outside but water seeping into ground around it. Advise customer of problem and Recommend condensate pump. They declined at this time.
Perform yearly maintenance checks and cleanings. System operating at this time.
Spoke with customer. He said he would call back if need more information.
System frozen at first, return later and leak search. No apparent leaks detected. Check system pressures, not low refrigerant. Only 1 return by front door. Advise customer of any airflow restriction can freeze unit. Quote new equipment. Recall.
Installed new Heat Pump. Ran system leak search and pressurized system with nitrogen to 418 psi. This held for 30 minutes. Then vacuumed down to 260.Ran system to check for proper sub-cooling and charge. System is working within factory specifications.
Perform yearly maintenance checks and cleanings. Repair drain line. System operating and draining at this time.
Thermostat blank on arrival. Replaced batteries with customer's batteries. Check system operation. Refrigerant levels and amp draw are good. Good air flow. System operating at this time.
Annual ac tuneup and cleaning. I checked refrigerant pressures and static pressure. I checked all amp draws and heat strip. I checked capacitor and contactor. I checked temp splits. I waxed outdoor unit and cleaned both coils. I flushed drainline multiple times. I replaced filter FILC017.I did not find any problems at this time.
Found capacitor reading 0 on compressor side of duel 35/5 cap. Offered to replace and customer refused the cost given to replace the total was $333.00. That's 87 diagnostic 176 for capacitor and 70 labor. She is calling John
Replaced blower motor. System operating at this time. Warranty
I removed black controller and installed a new white controller. I reinstalled equipment and set up WIFI. Explained to homeowner that she and to get online and remove old controller and register new one. If not they would not be able to control through phone app.
Unit was low on charge, enough for evap to freeze up. Added 1lbs. No charge, tech was out here yesterday fixing leak. Unit is running efficiently at this time. 20â° split. Pressures are normal. Vapor saturation 40â°.
Reversing wire (o) was disconnected, reconnected and tested equipment operations, reversing valve is shifting and operating
When we got on the roof we found both compressors running. The number 1 compressor had 3 in thick of ice around it. The bottom half of evaporator coil was solid ice as well as all the capillary tubes were froze together. I disconnected compressor so the ice could thaw. The compressor is running. This was same issues as last time other than filters dirty. They are clean since just replaced. The belt is tight on blower motor. The entire system is dirty as far as both coils. There may be a possible leak and low on MO99 or coils are impacted. I could not trouble shoot at this time so I am rescheduling and will need to bring MO99 in case of leak.
Customer concern was thermostat would go blank throughout the day and then reset itself. Upon arrival thermostat was on and noticed customer had old style float switch we no longer use. Replaced old float switch with new one. Unit is running at this time.
Found that unit had no freon put 4.10 lbs of freon unit came on and is cooling ok. Did reschedule form to check unit.
Professional Air Conditioning repair & Service in Spring Hill, FL
Contact us at (888) 324-4033 for a full range of residential and commercial HVAC services in Spring Hill, FL, including new installation, equipment upgrades, seasonal maintenance, repair, and duct sealing. Our Higher Performance Tune Up and Cleaning goes far beyond general annual inspection to effectively combat wear and tear, extend system life, maximize energy efficiency, and optimize overall operation. For all makes, models, and styles of HVAC equipment, we offer prompt repair service, free second opinions, and cost effective solutions to even the toughest challenges. Our goal is always to deliver superior rewards from your investment, earning your satisfaction through exacting standards of job performance. At Bay Area Air Conditioning, Inc. we focus on better value for our customers in Spring Hill, FL.