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It shouldn’t be difficult to find qualified plumbing and HVAC professionals in your area. Service Specialties, Inc. is your local Manassas heating, AC, and plumbing company offering one-stop, full-service solutions to meet all of your needs. We service, repair, and replace all makes and models of heating and air conditioning systems, as well as handle a variety of plumbing jobs big and small. No matter your needs, our team will make sure you receive the top notch customer service and exceptional results you deserve.
Heating and Air Conditioning Services in Manassas, VA
We understand the heating and cooling needs of our neighbors in Manassas and will take the time to discuss your concerns and explain your options. Whether you are looking to proactively replace your air conditioner or heating system, or you need immediate help with equipment repairs, our team will have your HVAC needs resolved safely and efficiently.
Free consultations on HVAC replacements are available. Give us a call today to discuss your needs and learn more about your options for heating and AC repair or replacement in Manassas, VA.
Why Work With Our Manassas Plumbers?
Enjoy a more comfortable home environment and lower water bills with professional plumbing solutions that will give you the peace of mind you’ve been looking for. Our team is here to provide the fast solutions you need. Whether it’s a leaking faucet or a toilet leak, a water quality issue or a drain clog, you can count on our Manassas plumbing professionals to deliver the quality solutions you deserve.
Leave your HVAC and plumbing needs to the experts who are committed to ensuring your comfort and peace of mind. Call Service Specialties, Inc. today to schedule immediate heating, air conditioning, or plumbing services in Manassas, VA.
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Gave estimate for new tankless water heater
On arrival adjusted multiple settings within the 1050 control to optimize the utilization of the XV 20 I heat pump over prioritizing the 90% furnace. Tested temperature differentials and ran a combustion analysis on the module and gas valve to verify set up. Set emergency heat change over to 30°F. System is now operating and heating properly at this time. Well on site I assisted my client in downloading the TRANE app on their phone and connected the 1050 control to it. I noted 19% relative humidity within the home which is extremely dry And spoke to my client in regards to adding humidification to the house. My client has opted to proceed forward with financing via existing Wells Fargo line of credit at $825 spread over 12 months at 0% 12 months approved by Renee promotional pricing of humidifier approved by JR. Scheduling install for next Tuesday in the a.m. View visual findings from this job here - https://visionshare.xoi.io/?id=XA-6E7D-B5DBB87591A644BDA0D1AC98E5152EB9
Arrived at customers home in my meet and greet. I’m here to do the plumbing inspection and check out the situation with pressure spikes. Joe William said there was pressure spikes in the system. I put my pressure gauge on the water heater and flush toilets, and engage the system, I found that the static pressure is 55 and a running pressure of 50. I see no spikes happening. The valve for the humidifier should be 3/4 of the way off to allow the water to flow at a slower pace through the humidifier. Checked out all other bathrooms kitchen and all is well. Inspection is complete
The humidifier is leaking intermittently because the water pressure is spiking and dropping. The technician adjusted the water pressure at the shut off valve. This is a temporary fix return call for a plumber to come out and adjust the water pressure to the system or come up with some sort of fixed to adjust the water pressure to the humidifier
Arrived on site to replace the EEV board on the outdoor unit. Powered down the system and replaced the board. Hooked up gauges to the unit in allowed to run for approximately 15 minutes. Found pressure was slightly high but otherwise system was operating properly. Turned the system on in cooling mode to ensure proper charge. Did increase the fan speed slightly to drop the high head pressure and deliver more warm air to the rooms. System is operational at this time if you have any other concerns or questions do not hesitate to reach out.