In the Racine area, First Call Heating & Cooling, Inc. is well known for providing exceptional ac repair, installation, and service. The people we send out to serve you are also top notch, something you'll see in their reviews below. Everyone you deal with at our company has the goal of making sure your experience with us will be so good you'll call us every time you need help. You can feel confident working with First Call Heating & Cooling, Inc. because we stand behind our work and comply with all local codes. This is why, as you can see by the map and reviews below, we are rated so highly for Furnace, Heat Pump, & AC Repair in Bristol, WI. Call us today at (262) 634-9025!
very happy with the job Dan did
Tyler & Karysa made sure all my questions were answered and explained everything in detail
originally was quoted approximately $45 from Stphen - surprised at $145 invoice, emailed Joel or whoever emails the invoices as to if we were due a disconount on service since we have the plan - as of 10/8/18 no response yet
Service was quick and precise. Explained all that was done. Will use again in the future.
Had a great experience with Stephen from First Call Heating and Air. Very knowledgeable, covered every detail with me so I understood what he serviced. Highly recommend this company and this individual.
Was here in time frame stated. Explained to me what was wrong and replaced part.
These guys came out immediately within two hours of my call. Fix my furnace is soon as he got there. Join their maintenance program to keep it from happening again. I will never use any other service company than first call heating and cooling.
First Call was quick to contact me and had a repairman the same day!! Tim was awesome and on time!!
Cleaned up after themselves very well, everything is working great.
RTU MAINTENANCE HAS BEEN COMPLETED
NIM board has been replaced
Just performed a service on a trane air conditioner
Upon arrival, the home owner stated he set a demand for cool but nothing was working. There was no power going into the furnace toggle switch, I reset the breaker and I was receiving 120v out of the furnace toggle switch. I flipped the switch and the furnace blower motor kicked on and so did the condenser. There is a tremendous amount of water coming from the evaporator coil pan. I did my best to inspect the pan and I noticed there was cracks underneath the pan. This most likely caused water to leak above the electrical components and trip the breaker. As I began to re install the toggle switch back into its electrical box I noticed sparks coming out of the switch. The switch is faulty. I installed a new toggle switch. The refrigerant pressures are above freezing. Low- 80 High - 198 Home owner has ac. Unfortunately there is no telling if the water is going to fall onto the electrical components again. The home owner is getting an estimate on his furnace and ac tomorrow. If t
2nd floor ac: Upon arrival I asked the home owner to set the thermostat to cool. The condenser fan and compressor turned on immediately. The electrical components are in manufacture specs. The system is low on charge. Original pressures: Low- 35 High- 100 New standing pressures: Low- 60 high -200 Liquid line temp- 83.3 Suction line temp - 42.4 Temp split- 16 Blower motor capacitor: Range - 7.5 Actual 7.6mfd The blower does not seem to be working adequately. The airflow is very poor on the system. We need to get a price on a new blower motor for this furnace. Recap: the system was low on charge. I added 2lb of R-22 and I will make a return visit to add Leak lock to the system. Currently the home owner has ac to the 2nd floor but it does seem to be struggling. Also the system looks undersized for the home. Quote home owner a new blower motor for the 2nd floor furnace. Home owner signed up for the GOLD membership. He would like to schedule his 4 prepaid equipment tu
Upon arrival I set thermostat to call for heat. I noticed that the blower motor was on but just blowing Luke warm air. The condenser was not on but the contact pin was pulled in. I was not getting adequate (220)voltage on the line side of the contactor. I removed the disconnect plug for safety purposes. I noticed a tremendous amount of mice garbage in the electrical compartment. The high voltage voltage wires were chewed up and caused the indoor breaker to trip. I repaired the high voltage wiring. I replaced the outdoor capacitor because it was failing. I also caulked the electrical compartment so we can avoid any future mice problem. I cycled the unit and the system functioned correctly. The last thing I performed was a temp split. I receiving a nice 20 degree split from the supply and return. Home owner has ac with no current issues at the moment.
Inducer motor is seized up and needs to be replaced
Just performed a service on a Coleman mid efficient furnace
Checked thermostat and verified operation, checked air filter, cleaned condensate trap, cleared drain lines, inspected burners and heat exchanger, cleaned intake pipe, cleaned flame sensor, checked ignitor, checked blower and inducer motor amperage, checked gas pressure, checked temperature rise, checked all wire and electrical connections, and cleaned unit. Unit running and heating well!
Upon arrival I noticed that the unit turned on correctly. Performed a temp split(17). Furnace filter was clean. Coil was producing water. Drain was clear. Thermostat was working as it should. The outdoor condenser was making a abnormal noise. I noticed that the capacitor is starting to drop from its specs(80/10) (73/10.9mfd) The contactor looks a little worn out. Fan motor amps(1.77) and compressor amps(16.98) are pulling pretty high. During start up the compressor amps ( overload) Which could mean that compressor is giving out. Unit is cooling as it should but it will start to fail. Home owner is aware of a 30 day call back if any other issues occur. What I do recommend replacing are the capacitor and the contactor any other major parts are not ideal.
Trane ac tuneup, maintenance, and inspection. Checked thermostat, checked air filter, checked blower, fan, and compressor amperage, checked temperature levels, checked refrigerant levels, checked capacitor, cleared drain line, cleaned condenser coils, checked contactor and all electrical connections, and verified unit operation. System running and cooling well!
Bryant ac tuneup, maintenance, and inspection. Checked thermostat, checked air filter, checked blower, fan, and compressor amperage, checked temperature levels, checked refrigerant levels, checked capacitor, cleared drain line, cleaned condenser coils, checked contactor and all electrical connections, and verified unit operation. System running and cooling well!
Installed new bryant furnace
Rheem furnace not heating due to a shorted gas valve. Replaced gas valve and furnace fuse, system is now running and heating well again with no further shorts or component failure to report! Customer joined annual preventative maintenance plan with First Call heating and cooling!
Rheem furnace tuneup, maintenance, and inspection. Checked thermostat, cleaned condensate trap, checked air filter, cleared drain lines, cleaned flame sensor, checked igniter, inspected burners and heat exchanger, checked and cleaned intake pipe, checked blower and inducer motor amps, checked and adjusted gas pressure, checked all wire and electrical connections, checked temperature rise, and cleaned unit. System running and heating well!
Was called out to look at 2 a/cs that were low on r22. Looked at the 1st floors unit first. The condenser coil was pretty plugged. Cleaned condenser coil started up unit. Got a suction pressure of 70 and liquid pressure of 180. Suction line temp was 48. This unit is actually over charged. Supply temp- 50 return temp-68. All is well with this unit. Looked at the upstairs unit in the attic and the filter was completely plugged. Replaced filter with customer provided filter. unit was running at suction pressure-70 liquid pressure-185. Suction temp-63. Unit has proper charge getting supply temp of 55 return 76. Both units are running good with no signs of being low on r22. I would highly recommend annual maintenance on both systems to allow us to monitor refrigerant levels every season.
Completed start up on newly installed Bryant air conditioner. Ready for summer!
Did ac and furnace tune up in a mobile home
Just completed two maintenance agreement tune ups on Trane ac units, everything is running great!
Just Completed a central air tune up and cleaning including but not limited to, Check amp draw on compressor and fan motors, check all electrical connections, check contactor condition, check voltage to outdoor unit, inspect control wiring, clean outdoor coil and cabinet, check thermostat operation and batteries, Check indoor blower motor amp draw and condition, Check refrigerant (freon) level, Check reversing valve, clear drain lines and fittings, and cycle unit to verify operation. All where applicable. A/c is running and cooling good at this time!