HVAC Specialists Serving those in Carlisle, Ohio 45005, 45342
During the turn of the 18th century, a community called “Jersey Settlement” was established in the region of Carlisle. The village is located 17 miles southwest of Dayton, and it is part of both Warren and Montgomery County. Carlisle has three parks, each offering the community access to playgrounds, rentable shelters, athletic fields, and walking trails. We here at Kettering-Oakwood Heating & Air are honored to provide our services to the citizens of Carlisle.
Kettering-Oakwood Heating & Air is proud to serve the community of Carlisle. Call 937-502-3842 to talk to one of our customer service representatives or schedule online here with our simple online form. We’re here to help you!
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I completed a diagnostic service call on a Trane heat pump. I found the dual capacitor to be out of spec. I determined that due to the age and condition of the unit that it may be best to replace the unit. I went over options with the customer and the customer has opted to have an installation scheduled.
performed a tune-up and safety check-up for a AC unit. System was only getting a 12 degree cooling split. I added 1 lbs of r410a. The cooling split is now 18 degrees. All system checks are good.
I performed a scheduled maintenance agreement. new filters are needed. will need to be changed more often.All checks okay at this time.
Performed a diagnostic service call for a furnace that is not working. Clean flame sensor burners and verify function. Flame current .1ma on arrival with watchguard error for low flame current, after cleaning 2.3ma Cycled furnace to set point of 72F with no additional errors.
Upon arrival I completed diagnostics and found the stat was showing system in heating mode however no voltage at furnace board. The system did not have common wire. I removed stat and charged with usb: let charge for 20 mins and reinstalled. I restarted the system. The system is again operational. Advised customer once it warmed up to pull stat off and let it charge more. The system is operational and heating upon departure. I recommend replacing stat with eco bee.
I completed a diagnostic on a electric furnace that was shutting on and off. Upon arrival I discovered that there was no voltage at the furnace board. I removed the t-sat to charge it for 20 minutes then reinstalled it. System was operational and heating at the time of departure. Recommended the customer replace thermostat with a eco bee.