Keep Your Home Comfortable With Quality HVAC Services In Portland CT
X-Treme Temp Heating & Cooling is your go-to HVAC service provider in Portland, CT! We’re the experts in home comfort year-round, from AC and heating repair to ductwork and water heaters. We’ve got you covered from installation to maintenance so you can have peace of mind about your heating and air conditioning.
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thomas - Portland, CT 06480
Performed a heating pm on (2) oil furnaces. Brushed and vacuumed. Replaced the nozzles and strainers. The oil filter was replaced last week. Started and checked the safeties. Performed a combustion test. 1st fl-7.7o2, 0ppm, 0 smoke, 83.7% efficient 2nd fl-10.4o2, 0ppm, 0smoke, 83% efficient System is operating properly.
Upon nave was off on reset and water heater was on but not running. Pressed reset on furnace and it started up. Checked oil flow and had good, clean oil flow. Checked the igniter and it had a good spark. Checked the nozzle and saw it was starting to drip. Replaced the nozzle and slightly adjusted the electrodes. Started and tested the furnace. Unit started with no issue. Performed combustion test. Unit is running at 7.2%o2 33ppm co Turned hot water on and the water heater started up. Checked oil flow and had good flow but had a small amount of air in the line. Checked the nozzle and found the nozzle had been dripping and was in worse condition than the nozzle on the furnace. Replaced the nozzle, wiped up oil residue from the blast tube and nozzle assembly. Cleaned carbon off of the end one and nozzle assembly. Started and tested the water heater and burned off the excess oil from the bad nozzle. Performed combustion and smoke tests. Unit is running at 5.7%o2 39ppm co 0 smoke
Upon arrival I found the 1st floor thermostat was calling for heat but the furnace was not turning on. The zone board did not have a call for heat. Removed the thermostat from the wall and found two terminals bore off the back of the thermostat. Luckily the second floor has the same thermostat so I moved that one to the first floor and replaced the upstairs thermostat with a non programmable thermostat. Set the first floor schedule to 60*f at night and 62f* during the day per the customers instructions. Tested all 3 thermostats and zones found no other issues. Showed the customer how to use the new thermostat we installed for the second floor.
Brushed and vacuumed dirt and debris from heat exchanger and flue pipe. Took measurements of gas pressure, gas pressure is 3.7” w.c. Sanded flame sensor to reveal clean material for a better flame sense. Checked electrical connections and safeties. Performed a combustion test on unit, unit is Running at 9.7%O2, 12ppm CO. Has 30 dollar coupon
Preformed ac maintenance check list. Everything was working properly And we didn’t find anything concerning. Clean #5449