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Randy - Sacramento, CA
Let me tell you, it’s tough to find people with work ethic and integrity these days, but Jeremy and Keaton are true exceptions. They got us out of a tough jam with knowledge, skill and grit. Well done!
Jeremy impressed me
Randy - Sacramento, CA
We are facing a complete bust-out of the slab in our master bathroom, Jeremy assured me that there are other options to try first. I am very confident in his abilities.
Sink Fixture Replacement
Paul - Sacramento, CA
Chris - Sacramento, CA
Paul - Sacramento, CA
Good job with a very competant plumber
Gordon - Sacramento, CA
God job but what I considered a premium price, although the price was a little lower than an other pluming company I checked with
great job start to finish
David - Sacramento, CA
all the people that work here are the best. helpful, on time professional and they answer their phone when you have questions .
Judy - Sacramento, CA
Michael called and kept me aware of his arrival. He quickly fixed the problem and advised the office that there was more to be done to satisfy the state inspectors.
Judy - Sacramento, CA
Crystal Blue was on time and finished the job in 8 hours. The workers were clean, organized and very nice. The price was very reasonable for the unit we received.
Excellent service and the price was great. Thank you!
Dorothy - Sacramento, CA
Crystal Blue gives quality service to their client. Outstanding work which brings a smile to your pockets. The price was affordable.
The customer has a galvanized piping system that she would like replaced. As well as replacing her tank water heater with a tankless heater. This would be a full freshwater replace all the way to the angle stops to the mixing valves. So we will be doing a rough plumbing top out and finish work with the freshwater system. We would relocate and resize a gas line for the new outdoor tankless unit. We would relocate the gas line using our mega press.I think this job would take 4 to 5 days total. Thatâ€™s including removing and disposing of all galvanized pipe. You can see estimate for more details.
Reviewed possible options for installation of copper piping discussed with the customer crystal blue advantage and club membership discussed water hardness and remedy for addressing water hardness customer has additional plumber coming out to give a quote would like all three quotes to sort of compare and contrast and then may or may not be calling us according to their findingsFinancing available for
Performed ac tune up Trane rooftop package unit 24 yrs old. Washable filter in good shape, electrostatic from electromaze. System turns on and runs. Thermostat working at this time. Capacitors email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com. So blower capacitor low, outside manufactures range. Recommend replacement of that part. Indoor coil ok. Drain line runs off roof ok. Refrigerant pressures with r22 ok 61/190.... could stand to be a little higher, but cooling at this time. So we will keep an eye on it. Some rooms have better airflow than others.Replaced capacitor and tested system, system cooling at this time.
Returned to install sump pump underneath trampoline in the backyard, and run the electrical through conduit about 60 feet to the receptacle. Cleared the pit underneath the trampoline to get the pump deep enough and angled the pipe up at low height with a check valve installed, and the line goes to a yard drain. Ran the electrical through about 60 feet of conduit in the already dug up ditch, spliced the cord and the pump together and wrapped any line that was exposed. Plugged the pump in and it started pumping the water out of the pit, clogged the yard drain because they will be fixing that drain. One year parts and labor warranty on pump and electrical line.
Out for equipment replacement estimates. 4 ducts living room kitchen, 1 sun room, 5 ducts bedrooms and bathrooms. Attic access, under house access. Lookin* for smud qualifying rebate heat pumpTook measurements of house for proper load calculation. Then will email quote for 2 mini splits system to control whole house.
Out for estimates for replacement of 19 yr old split York system in really bad shape. Ac thatâ€™s here is to small at 3 ton. And with the condenser coils falling apart. Also something is leaking in attic, looks to be behind the furnace but both line drain other way. Staining on drywall. Wonâ€™t know if itâ€™s the old system until the system Is removed.Both equipment options come with out current special, surge protector, halo air purifier, WiFi thermostat.
Upon arrival I noticed that unit was inaccessible to service. Trees and bushes have grown over unit and cannot get access to service side of unit. Homeowner is going to trim bushes today so i am able to access and service unit.Bushes are somewhat clear now, still limited access to unit but enough to service.Performed a.c maintenance in Sacramento. Unit is a Goodman condenser in side yard. Unit has a lot of debris inside and outside unit. Has 240v going to unit. 50amp breaker in breaker panel. Checked electrical connections and are okay but have a lot of spider webs and dust inside compartment. Checked capacitor and is in range 42.2/4.9 and should be at 45/5 +-6%. Coils are clean on unit only some leaves at bottom of coil. Amp draw of fan is .44amps and is okay. Amperage draw of compressor is 6.27amps and is okay. Will brush off dust inside of electrical compartment. Refrigerant levels are showing for R22 is showing 58psi Lowside and 194psi Highside. Temperature inside is 76 degree
Performed ac tune up special, York split system. Older, canâ€™t get age due to sun fading but appears to be original. Disconnect has date of 1998. Furnace is from 2003, System is 17 yrs old, operational at this time. Nest eco thermostats, zoned 2 story home. Contactor pitted and starting to burn. Dual capacitor so rusted canâ€™t tell itâ€™s size. @ 32.7-4.9... tried to get size off of compressor not listed. Condenser fan motor vibration. Condenser fan mount smashed. R22 refrigerant, holding pressure. 70/190. Exterior refrigerant lines suction side uninsulated. Concrete pad poured right up to unit. Some of the condenser fins are smashed. Washed condenser coils with water. Filter 20-36-1 due to be changed. In attic we have black flex ducts sealed. Found unit is separating between the supply plenum and the ac coil. Air flow in room effected by being the farthest run from plenum.Due to age and shape of system recommend replacement instead of repairs. Future repairs Contactor, dual capac
Made adjustment to flame rod and igniter Verified voltage upon start up for ignition Verified manifold ground screws tight Confirmed correct inlet gas pressure static and while under load Verified ohms resistance for gas control valve Confirm sizing for gas flex connector at unit Verified delta T for inlet and outlet water temperature at 3.5 gallons per minute all good Visual inspection inside unit confirms clean and presumably operational If problems persist according to manufacturer service manual new PC be required
Customer has a Navien 240A installed a couple weeks ago and ever since it works occasionally and will kick out an E003 code which is failed ignition. Called Navien for the RO code to cover labor costs of diagnosing the unit but they donâ€™t have one for me. Presented and explained the diagnose fee to the customer and rightly so he denied paying anything on a unit thatâ€™s under warranty and is two weeks old. The customer called Navien and will get a response from a manager concerning the unit and our labor fee. Job needs to be rescheduled for next week
Customer is stating that the sewer line backed up when running the washer machine again, upon inspection the sewer line is flowing. I had the customer flush toilets an run a sink, waited about ten minutes with no issues and the sewer line did not back up. I recommend a video inspection of the sewer line to determine any issues but the customer declined. I believe there is a clog in the city main and at night when people are using there sewer it backs up into the customers cleanout. If the problem continues I highly recommend running a camera down the sewer line, running a snake wont solve the problem cause there is another underlining issue.
Removal of exsisting equipment and installing a heat pump split system closet outside and running a new lineset to exterior. This would include all permits and title 24 testing.With adding an air scrubberTotal price is 10781 she is paying 2500 down 1000$ deposit today, with 1500 after install.
Vacation Taylor arrived on scene to provide video inspection for client. client is about to add more concrete to the backyard and wanted to ensure the drains he was about to cover are in good condition. Technician used camera reel to attempt to inspect line from the backyard. technician was only able to go approximately 10 ft before hitting a fitting he could not make it past. Technician then went down to the front yard and used the camera to video inspect line upstream. Technician found clear pipe the entire 65 ft of camera reel. Technician recommends no repair or replacement needed at this time.
Performed annual ac maintenance 17 yr old rooftop package unit heat pump. Cycled system on, system operational at this time. Filters ready to be changed. System has hard start kit. Contactor pitted starting to burn. Tested capacitors. 40-5ok 12.5+- 10% just in range at 11.5. Checked drain line ok. Unit has one flaw, due to set up canâ€™t see evap coil to tell if itâ€™s dirty. Checked refrigerant pressures ok at this time.
Client wants to add a swamp cooler to the house. On the side of the house we would be going thru the stucco siding 8 ft in the air so we would need a custom stand, then having to build a trunk thru a room, to get the air into the hallway. Water available at front of house, power the Zinsco panel is maxed out, no available space to run new dedicated power. Need to add sub panel. Other option would be cutting into the roof and installing it on the roof, roof top mount swamp cooler. Need to run water, and power to roof. Plus seal new stand.But for that price recommend looking into mini split. Single head, or multi head unit. Left quotes for single head mini split.
Out for estimate of equipment replacement, gave options for ac and coil, full split system, and full split system with water heater. New return air filter grill filter grill cut in... 20-25... filter base. Flue single wall flue doesnâ€™t meet code. Water heater and furnace share vent. Gas flex run into unit not to code. System has a condensate pump. Water heater. With watts valve,Emailed options to client for Trane equipment.
Checked outdoor unit canâ€™t find leak, looks to be in coil... but itâ€™s not usual. It looks like itâ€™s everywhere. Need to go in attic to see if line set has be kicked somewhere. Hooked up refrigerant gauges and we are low on refrigerant again. Found coil leaking per leak detector...Emailed price for coil replacement.Clients want to do coil replacement Tuesday the 26th. 8-10 arrival. Price for coil is 2310.
Returned to hydro-Jett and chain snake the sewer line that seems to be covered in grout. Ran hydro-Jett down the sewer line through the toilet flange inside of the master bathroom, attached the camera to the inline chain snake. Ran the snake down and beat the grout off of the sewer line, ran the hydro-Jett all the way into the main sewer line and slowly pulled out. Ran the camera and used a hose to push some grout that was piled near the start of the flange, hydro-Jett could not get it because it was too close to the opening. Sewer line is now clear of grout and flowing perfectly.
Customer had a sewer clog and the other company put a camera down the line to reveal hard debris of some kind that is unknown. The company said they could jackhammer up the pipe but gave no other options, I watched the video and recommend running the chain snake as well as the hydro-Jett. The customer agreed and will be scheduled with a helper for next Tuesday.
Customer has a trampoline and wants a sump pump installed underneath it, and also we will install the conduit for the electrical. Provided the customer with an estimate and they will contact us when they decide to get the work done. Two man job, for half a day at least.
Home owner approved of taking lattice off of gate to service unit. No other way to get to unit besides removing fence. Checked all electrical and is looking okay. No burnt or corroded wires. Checked contactor and is okay. Checked capacitor 40/5uf and is showing 39.15uf/4.9uf and is in range. Checked disconnect for any burnt wires and is okay no electrical issues. Coils are a little dusty and will wash off but not packed with debris. Checked fan amperage and is 0.71a draw. Checked compressor amperage and is at 7.42amps. Checked all ductwork and is okay. Found recirculation fan in closet with dirty filters and will change next time we come out.
Out for estimate to add whole house fan. Joists are 24 on center, enough venting, so for the size of home recommend going with the quite cool stealth. In attic we will need to get dedicated power. Recommend fishing down the bath room wall and getting it at that switch. And using a retrofit box there. Or we would have to fish down the chase way to down stairs.
Performed ac tune up 31 yr split system. Ac from 1989. Tested system, system operational. Washed all 3 filters. Removed lattice femcemto work on ac. Visual inspection of electrical wiring ok at this time. Tested dual capacitor firstname.lastname@example.org, just in range for now. Start assets warm keep an eye on it. Contactor has been replaced. Checked refrigerant just over freezing house is cooler. Keep an eye on refrigerant levels. Especially due to age of system and type of refrigerant. Tested system after all work was complete. Re attached lattice fence.
Performed ac tune up original air handler, second ac. this Goodman condenser is from 2003, original refrigerant lines buried in the ground, not great for them. Parts of the lineset are uninsulated. Visual inspection of electrical ok, no burnt wires, electrical whip not connected to wall. Dual capacitor 35-5 @33.5-4.8, Contactor starting to pit. Refrigerant pressure ok holding. Ducts are flex grey and taped on above air handler. System doesnâ€™t have a hard start KitSold new equipment replacement, Removal of exsisting equipment and installing a heat pump split system closet outside and running a new lineset to exterior. This would include all permits and title 24 testing.With adding an air scrubberTotal price is 10781 she is paying 2500 down... 1000$ deposit today, with 1500 after install and financing the rest 8281.We will be starting work next week Tuesday Wednesday, need to get with hoa to see if they have any requirements on the install. Just need to call client and sche