Our Reviews by City
Very pleased with the service
William - Silver Spring, MD
great service & price
Norman - Bethesda, MD
Melinda - Rockville, MD
Polite and efficient
Professional and efficient
Louba - Bethesda, MD
Ray - Bethesda, MD
I had a big tree felt in the back yard. Fortunately the trunk felt on the fence and not the house. However lots of branches felt onto the house and the A/C unit. I want to make sure it was ok and called Tucker for a checkup. They came next day and the guys was friendly and very professional. Everything was ok and I was relief Tucker always provided me with great service and friendly employees
Very good installation and excellent P&L warranty
Kensington, MD - Kensington, MD
The installation team arrived on time and highly efficient. Total AC system installed and tested in one day.
Victoria - Frederick, MD
Robert arrived promptly, was very helpful, professional and informative, and got the job done without delay!
Showed up on time, was professional and gave me advice on how to make A/C work more efficiently.
Donald - Brookeville, MD
Continued great service over many years.
Great Service and Awesome Price
Patricia - Rockville, MD
ANC - Kensington, MD
Danya was awesome ! He really helped us with his creative problem solving approach to best fit our family’s needs. He went above and beyond to provide excellent, courteous customer service. We are so happy with the service we received!
Performed seasonal maintenance and repiped section of condensate drain.
Return trip - customer reports system is cooling but fan is running all the time. Found fan schedule enabled and set to run continuously. Disabled fan schedule. All OK at this time.
System compressor capacitor and start capacitor have failed. Replaced components to restore compressor and cooling operation. Checked air filters and tested condensate pump. System will now run, but is underperforming. Pressures are excessive.
Cleared drain line and checked operations.
Adjusted water pressure for geothermal loop.
Secured air handler by mounting clamps to wall above air handler. This is a temporary fix. System should be either removed and remounted after drywall is repaired, or replaced entirely.
Investigated condensation concerns.
Installed blower wheel.
On arrival found emergency drain pan full and overflow safety switch shutting system down. Vacuumed out standing water. Cut into drain line and blew out in both directions with wet vac. Vacuumed debris from primary drain pan. Flushed drain with a gallon of water. Inspected drain pan and drain pan outlet. System draining properly again at this time.
Gave estimate to replace sump pump.
Gave estimate to replace shut off valve.
On arrival found a small accumulation of water in emergency drain pan in attic which had tripped the water sensor switch, shutting the system down. Removed the switch from the system to test. Inspected drain pan, ensured air handler is level, and flushed Condensate drain. It appears this moisture has been accumulating over time as the air handler and duct work sweat due to poor insulation and extreme humidity.
Replaced 1/2 horsepower garbage disposal.
Interim Filter Change.
Gave estimate to replace Moen faucet.
Arrived to find indoor blower running, but no operation from the ac unit. Found the dual run capacitor had failed. Replaced capacitor with an upgraded Turbo200 with the customers approval. After replacement the ac unit came on properly. Inside I was receiving a 20 degree temperature split. While in the attic I blew the drain to ensure it is still clear.
Replaced portion of 1/2 inch pipe and cleared tub drain.
Returned to do blacklight leak search. Using my blacklight and glasses I found signs of dye showing through the drain. Opened up the evaporator coil and found that the txv and capillary tubes were shining bright with the uf dye. This telling me that they are leaking refrigerant. This coil and txv need to be replaced.
Replaced filter with one the customer provided. System is operating fine, the difference in temperatures of the scheduling did not allow the unit to cool in time due to the hot weather.
Removed old legs. Added new 6” legs and used cork blocks to help level the unit.
Arrived to find system calling for cooling. Found the heat pump unit was not running. Checked the dual run capacitor to find that it had failed. Replaced with a standard 40/5 capacitor. After doing so the unit came on immediately and ran properly. All ok at this time.
Gave estimate to replace faulty indoor fan motor.
Customer reports water leaking in basement and condensate discharge tube outside clogged.Outside, disconnected vinyl tubing from copper termination. Cleared copper tubing and then reconnected.