Comfort First understands heating, cooling, humidity and the full picture of comfort for our Statesville, NC customers. We have many years of experience delivering nothing short of excellence.
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Jason - Statesville, NC
Billy was outstanding!
Bill - Statesville, NC
Billy was Professional, Knowledge with a focus on Customer Service. He took the time to explain our Heat/Air system to my wife. Thank You!!!!
Jennifer - Statesville, NC
Billy was a great guy that was very professional! He did great work. Would highly recommend this company! We have had to use them twice for our unit and they have never disappointed us! Both gentleman were great and courteous!
Shonnyang - Statesville, NC
Bill was very helpful and explained to me what I need to do. Great man and service
Fast and Friendly
William - Statesville, NC
Billy E and his helper were quick to troubleshoot the problem, explain it to me and let me know when to expect the parts that are needed. Thy spent time answering my questions and even offered for me to consider a maintenance contract!
Hill - Statesville, NC
Kenny R. is a very knowledgeable, professional, who comes on time, and solves the problem Excellent worker
Katherine - Statesville, NC
Technician was really nice and knowledgeable
Sandra Hill - Statesville, NC
Employees like Mr. Kenny Richards are what makes your company so good. Excellent--knows what he's doing--honest--professional--explains what is wrong and how to fix the problem
Worked on Carrier gas furnace
Worked on Amana heat pump
Work on Goodman heat pump
Work on Goodman air conditioner
Worked on gas pack
Cleaned dirty evaporator coil.
Completed maintenance on system.
Replace defrost sensor on Payne heat pump
Installed new reversing valve charged Trane system with 10 lb of r410a system is operating properly at this time
Working on heat pump
Worked on heat pump
Found a failed defrost control board which I bypassed until new board comes in.
Removed water from 2ndary drain pan. System is now draining properly at this time.
Removed water from 2ndary drain pan, fixed a low voltage short in outdoor unit, and added 2 lbs of r22 back to system. System is now cooling.
Replaced compressor, 60/5uf run cap, filter drier, and added 10 lbs of r407 refrigerant.
Found system low on charge added 2lbs off r22 refrigerant and a can of leak seal
Found unit low on refrigerant added 1lb of r22 refrigerant