Providing Expert HVAC Services in Buckeye Lake, Ohio
Buckeye Lake was created in the 19th century as an important part of the Ohio and Erie Canal project. The canal system was demised in the early 20th century, shifting the lake for recreational use. Located in Fairfield, Licking and Perry Counties, Buckeye Lake is 20 miles south of Newark. Grab your friends and family and hit Buckeye Lake for a day of excitement with many options for shopping, dining, nightlife and historic attractions. Buckeye Lake is also a great location for swimming, boating and fishing. We here at Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling are honored to provide our services to the citizens of Buckeye Lake.
Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling is proud to be part of the Newark and Heath communities. With our stress-free and quick scheduling options, we are here to help you. Call us today at (740) 212-5849 to speak to one of our friendly customer service representatives, or schedule online with our convenient online form and we’ll contact you shortly to schedule an appointment. We look forward to providing you with the best HVAC services in the community.
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Becky - Buckeye Lake, OH
My tech, Josh, was professional, courteous, and understanding. He came on a sunday becase i had no heat. He treated it like it was a normal day. He was very understanding of my situation. He worked to fix my problem and offered me a couple of solutions to fit my needs.
I completed a job continuation and installed a float switch. I cycled the system. Cooling at departure.
I completed a callback service on a Bryant air conditioner. I determined that the unit suffers from flooding. Unit needs to be set higher off the ground. I found a 30amp fuse blown in disconnect. I replaced the 30amp fuse. System up and running upon departure.
I completed a diagnostic on a Bryant air conditioner. Determined that there was a significant amount of water in the unit. Unit is partially buried in the ground. AC is not cooling well, compressor was frozen solid. Unit was low on refrigerant so I added one pound of R-22. Customer wanted a quote on a new unit at the end of the visit, so I recommended that the client set up an estimate with the office.
I performed a diagnostic service call on the air conditioning unit. Upon arrival I performed a nitrogen pressure test, and I noticed his unit is completely out of refrigerant. I added some Puron to unit and fixed leaked near evap. Upon departure system is fully operational, I did advise customer unit was installed poorly.
The customer wanted an estimate to install a new HVac system in a garage-loft. I will provide estimate after reviewing job measurements.