Providing Expert HVAC Services in Johnstown, Ohio
Johnstown is a village in Licking County, Ohio. Located 18.8 miles northeast of Newark, Johnstown is part of a four-thousand acre piece of land deeded to John Brown in 1800. The village spans 2.9 square miles. Roughly 5,000 residents call Johnstown, Ohio home. Johnstown is the western trailhead for the T.J Evans bike trails, it’s a scenic 15-mile ride to Newark. Visitors can enjoy Johnstown’s local shopping boutiques and vineyards. We here at Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling are honored to provide our services to the citizens of Johnstown.
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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Great service after the call back
Mike - Johnstown, OH
Just a small issue with the fans not shutting off once the technician left. After he came back, all is good.
Carl was was very fast and knowledgeable.
Brent - Johnstown, OH
Great service quick and on time
Rusk - Johnstown, OH
Charlyn - Johnstown, OH
Technician was awesome. Knowledgeable, helpful. Did an excellent job.
Performed tune up on ac, all tests were within manufacturing specs and system working properly upon departure.
Attempted to run system upon my arrival and found I had no refrigerant flow, checked the outdoor unit dual capacitor to see if it had failed and found it swollen up causing the terminals to break internally. Replaced capacitor, ran unit, checked temperature split and confirmed system operation. System is operating properly at this time
Performed a diagnostic service call for a furnace unit. Customer reported noise coming from around the evaporator coil. Upon inspection I found the TXV started to tap and spoke with Greg about what was happening. Greg explained to me that the noise was caused by refrigerant migration where refrigerant was moving to a colder area within the system.
Checked pressures on newly installed heat pump and found the superheat to be a bit high. Charged unit 1 lb R410A to take unit to a 21 degree superheat per my R410A calculator. IDT WB = 66 degrees, ODT = 75 degrees. Unit is operating as designed at this time. Unit was left operational upon my departure.
Replaced blower motor and tested its operation. Blower motor is operating properly at this time. Installers were finishing up AC install upon my departure.
Upon arrival I completed the Scheduled Maintenance Agreement Tune-Up. I visually inspected the unit. I checked the voltage, amps and pressures. I completed the combustion analysis. I cycled and monitored the system. The system is operating normally at this time.
I arrived and completed full tune up checklist on both air conditioner and furnace, no issues seen at this time. Unit has met proper specifications.