One possible reason for temperature imbalance in your home is insufficient insulation. If some areas of your home are more exposed to the outside elements than others, this can lead to a discrepancy in the overall temperature.
Additionally, if your heating or cooling system is not properly sized for your home, this can also cause an uneven temperature. If you’re experiencing these issues, it’s important to have a qualified technician inspect your home and make any necessary repairs.
If your furnace is not igniting, the first thing you should do is visually inspect the unit. Look for any broken or missing parts that may be preventing the furnace from lighting. You should also check to make sure that there is no ice blocking the unit. If you find any problems, you should correct them before trying to light the furnace again. Or best, call in a professional technician to check your unit and handle the issue.
When shopping for an air conditioner, one of the most important factors to consider is its size. You need to buy an air conditioner that’s the right size for your home. A unit that’s too small won’t be able to keep your home cool, while a unit that’s too large will cycle on and off frequently and cost more to operate.
The best way to determine the size of air conditioner you need is to calculate the cooling load of your home. The cooling load is the amount of energy required to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. To calculate the cooling load, you need to know the square footage of your home and the climate zone you live in.
At Lincoln Heating & Air, we employ only the very best technicians who have undergone a rigorous training program to ensure that your HVAC systems are installed, serviced, or repaired correctly. We take pride in providing our customers with top-notch service regardless of the time of day or the size of your repair.
With almost 30 years of experience in the HVAC industry, Lincoln Heating & Air is your one-stop shop for all of your heating and cooling needs. We are committed to offering our customers the best possible service at affordable prices.
Our team offers the following services and products in Carson City, NV:
Whether you are looking for a quick repair, preventive maintenance, or a brand new system, Lincoln Heating & Air is the right company for you. We offer a wide variety of heating services to meet and exceed all your needs! With our services, you will be able to enjoy your home comfortably, even in the chilliest of temperatures.
We also have a team of heating experts that can help you address any issues with your furnace or boiler. We offer emergency services for all of your heating systems so that you don’t have to go without comfort when the temperatures drop.
Call us if you need help with the following heating services:
Lincoln Heating & Air is the company to rely on if you’re looking for a cooling expert. We offer fast and reliable installation so that you can enjoy your cool house as soon as possible. Our technicians are also experts at repairing and maintaining all types of cooling systems and will have yours up and running in no time.
Our team of experts will ensure that your cooling system is completely efficient and provides you with optimal comfort. Not only will you be able to enjoy a cooler environment, but our team will also ensure that your system is running at peak performance.
Check out our list of cooling services below.
At Lincoln Heating & Air, our goal is to provide our customers with the very best comfort all year round. We care about your experience and will go above and beyond to ensure that you receive only the best service at a price within your budget.
With almost 30 years in the HVAC industry, we have what it takes to get the job done right. You can trust that Lincoln Heating & Air will always take care of you and never suggest work that does not need to be done. Call us today at (775) 984-8010!
Andrew was very professional and very informative. Friendly and courteous. Found my new ac/heating service going forward.
I arrived for a furnace and an AC service. I started by changing the filter with one provided by the customer. Then I turned the thermostat to heat and let the 90% furnace run for 15 minutes to check temperatures and make sure it was not short cycling, it wasn’t. 0 ppm carbon monoxide. Temperature rise @ 50 degrees (35-65 rated), 139 supply, 89 return. Blower motor amps @ 6.7 on the black lead, ok. Blower motor capacitor @ 9.97 (10 rated), ok. Blower leads when I arrived: blue to hi cool, black to heat. Inducer motor amps @ 2.53 (2.63 rated), ok. Hot surface igniter ohms @ 48.88 (40-90 rated). I then cleaned the flame sensor, pulled the burners and washed them down, blew out the condensate lines, blew out the pressure switch hoses, and dusted the unit down. After that, I cycled the unit back on to confirm operation. Next, I turned the thermostat cool and let it run for a bit. Suction line has some oily dust on it, could be a leak, could be from when it was installed. I wip
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Came out to preform centinel service for furnace. Before starting up unit I cleaned off flame sensor and whipped down furnace. Started up furnace and began testing. Tested amp draw for inducer motor at .41 ( rated 1.35). Tested blower motor amps at 2.57 ( rated 6.6). Tested temperature coming from supply at 101° return at 70° No capacitor unit has eco motor. Operations at this time are normal.
Came out to perform centinel ac service. Began by turning on ac system. Let run for a few minutes. Began taking my readings. Tested amp draw of compressor at 6.07 ( rated 12.8) good. Tested condenser fan motor amp draw at .44 ( rated 2.8) good. Tested temperature split in home at 18 degrees return at 67° supply at 49° Gages in picture show unit very slightly low on refrigerant also temperature split a bit low. Added .94 pounds of 410A to system this got temperature spilt up to 23°. 67°at return and supply at 44°. Install warranty-1 service warranty +1. Tested capacitor at 40.00 mfd ( rated 40 mfd). Hard start tested at 104.8 good. Took top off condenser. Cleared out debris from inside condenser. Sprayed coil cleaner on coil. Rinsed off coil and exterior of condenser. Put top back on condenser. Turned condenser back on to ensure power was restored. Operations at this time are normal.
Found fault outdoor condenser fan motor on 2004 5 ton trane condenser. Confirmed reading on run cap which is within specs. System is in major need of maintenance/service and even possible replacement. Do not have necessary parts for repair and will need service to come out to give estime and perform work. Motor is 825 rpm 1/6 hp.
Called and spoke with customer about upgrading furnace and AC. He is calling around for ballpark estimates and will let us know if he would like an official quote.
I arrived for a no AC call. Dustin diagnosed it as a seized condenser fan motor when he was here to install the new mini split system for the customer. Condenser fan motor capacitor @ 4.652 (5 rated), low, should be replaced. Compressor capacitor @ 78.94 (80 rated), ok. Blower motor amps @ 7.2 on the black lead with the door closed. Looks like a rescue motor, running @ 3/4 hp, so the amps are good, rated at 8.1. Blower capacitor @ 19.99 (20 rated), good. Compressor amps right at start up @ 15 (25 rated), should be ok, won’t know until condenser fan motor replacement. Condenser fan motor amps @ 2.76 (1.4 rated), locked rotor amps, condenser fan motor has failed and will need to be replaced. Unit over looks good, some leaves in the bottom, but coil in good shape. New condenser fan motor capacitor @ 7.468 (7.5 rated). Condenser fan motor amps @ 1.13 (1.9 rated). Compressor amps @ 17.8 (25 rated), ok. Temperature split @ 24 degrees, ok, 77 return, 53 supply. 5 ton system, som
Performed service to Air Conditioner, Arrived and was shown to condenser, furnace, return grills and thermostat. Turned system onto cool at the thermostat. Recorded temperature drop of 26°. Went to outdoor unit and recorded 1.41/1.48 amps from condenser fan motor (FLA 1.9A) and 22.8/19.92 amps from compressor (RLA 28.2A). 80/5uF dual capacitor is reading 77.7/5.08uF and is within tolerance. Went to blower and recorded amp draw of 8.72 amps and blower 10uF capacitor is reading 10.04uF. Noticed some debris has built up on blower motor. Noticed condensate drain is exiting into an outdoor closet, it is recommended that it be ran to the exterior which will need a pump to avoid concrete. Evaporator coil appeared to be clear and clean. Removed condenser fan and then removed debris from inside unit and cleaned condenser coil. While fan was removed, noticed oil has been leaking from the underside of the fan. It is recommended that condenser fan motor be replaced as preventative maintenance.
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Customer reports that they had their mini split system charged 2 years ago, and this year it is low again. There is also one of the heads that is making a clicking noise. We started by looking at the heads and then the condenser unit outside. We immediately saw oily dust on the connections to the outdoor unit, signifying leaked refrigerant. The flare fittings are where the majority of issue are on mini splits, and looks to be the case here as well. We then found out that when the refrigerant was topped off, there was a pressure test done and it passed, so the flares in the wall are likely good. The customer then informed us that a handyman had been out last year and moved the outdoor unit. It appears that when that happened, the flare fittings were removed and reattached. We have no way of telling if the handyman did a proper vacuum and recharge of the system, and given the fact that the flares were not reattached properly, then a vacuum probably wasn’t done either. If this is the c