Medford Wellington Services Co., Inc. provides complete air conditioning, heating and refrigeration services to the residents and businesses of Fairfield, CT. we are available 24/7 to meet your services needs.
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HVAC Service call. 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. HVAC call is complete.
Refrigeration call. MOD states the 3 door Delfield Reach in Refrigerator is the issue. Found Delfield 3 door unit at 60F. Found low on charge. No visible leaks. Added refrigerant. Checked operation. Dropped to 38F. Call is complete.
While on site, performing quoted work for RTU heat repair, it was brought to my attention that the dish exhaust is not operating. Acquired verbal approval from GM, Debbie Stein, to open new work order. Set up on roof and investigated unit. Found fan turned off at service switch. After speaking with management, it is assumed to have been shut down by another vendor during recent site visit. Turned on service switch and fan started. Motor is incredibly loud and bearings have failed. Generated quote to replace exhaust fan. Checked out with mod. HVAC call is complete.
Gained access to roof to acquire additional information on make up air unit, requested by manufacturer. It is to be noted that the make up air unit is 20 years old and strongly suggested for replacement. I have generated a quote to replace the blower motor and related components. Checked out with mod, call complete.
Preventative Maintenance service was completed per contracted agreement. All requirements per seasonal obligations have been met.We also installed new contactors on 6 Roof Top Units, in addition to new outdoor sensors, flame sensors, and inducer motor assembly's on various units. All units are full operational again.