Residents and businesses of Cranston, RI know that when they need expert heating, cooling, refrigeration or electrical services they can count on Medford Welling Service Co., Inc. Our professional technicians are available 24/7 to take care of your needs.
Read our reviews to see why our residential and commercial clients in Cranston, RI call us over and over to meet their HVAC-R and electrical service needs.
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Refrigeration call. Returned with new v shaped evaporator panel. Shut unit down, removed evap panel and scraped away excess silicone. Once cleaned up, let inside box dry. Used drain pan sealant on new evap panel and let that cure. Siliconed ago points of contact, installed panel and screwed down. Assured panel had proper fitment. Reassembled unit. Tested drain with hot water and assured no leaks were present. Unit now drains properly. Call is complete.
HVAC call. Box temp warm, system running. Hooked up gauges to find low suction pressure. Removed evaporator panel and found that TXV has ice build up. Removed ice and gathered line temperatures. TXV has failed. Will submit quote for TXV and temperature control replacement. Unit is unplugged to prevent damage to the compressor. HVAC call is complete.
Preventative Maintenance service completed per contracted agreement. All requirements per seasonal obligations have been met. Any issues found during PM service have been brought to the attention of the appropriate personnel and have been defined as either a critical or a non critical issue for their review. Call is complete.
PM service completed per contracted agreement. All requirements per seasonal obligations have been met. Any issues found during PM service have been brought to the attention of the appropriate personnel and have been defined as either a critical or a non critical issue for their review.
Customer stated that the exhaust fan was running extremely loud and was worried about it getting worse. After accessing the exhaust fan it was found to have a good amount of grease and dirt caked to the fan blades. Fan was removed and cleaned/scraped to the best condition it could be returned to. Fan was reinstalled and confirmed a much smoother operation. A recommendation was left to have the fan removed and cleaned with a heavy duty industrial process to eliminate the chance of this happening again.