3 comments

  1. Dave says:

    Really great podcast for training techs I just found from face book. Look forward to listening to future episodes and will make a mention on the next surging Forward Podcast
    Keep up the great work

    1. HVAC School says:

      Thanks for your feedback. Glad you enjoyed it.

  2. Andrew Smith says:

    If you are doing any amount of ductless maintenance you should be investing in a battery powered pump sprayer and a bib kit.

    We have 3 coil jets. Battery powered with a water tank and a cleaner tank, you can adjust the amount of cleaner. Has lots of attachments for outdoor coils. (Extention with 90* spray is great for foot tops).
    2 spray nozzles, wide and high pressure.
    The bib is simply a plastic bag that hangs from the bottom of the head and drains to a bucket.

    All you need to do to clean a blower wheel is hold it in place with a long screw driver and spray between the louvers.
    We will take all components outside and wash them with it too. But we don’t remove blower wheels unless it’s really bad.
    A good flash light and spinning the wheel slow you will know if you got it clean.
    When your done just run the fan with the bib still on.

    We cut huge time costs on our maintenance.
    Maintenance isn’t suppose to make money, its the other work that you get from doing them.
    Resedental prices can’t be to high or you’ll get no work.

    Went from 2.5 – 3 hours to 1.5 – 2 with a flat rate of 99

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