A service call in Tangerine Heights, 85755
Performed maintenance on 2 HVAC units. One was a Daikin gas split and the other, a Daikin non-gas split.
Upon arrival customer let us know about an alert on his main house thermostat. It was a code for the outdoor temperature sensor error. When doing maintenance on that unit, we found that sensor connector was almost completely backed off. We reinstalled connector, cleared code, reinspected operation and unit is operating properly.
Checked and tightened all electrical connections, verified refrigerant levels, change air filters, checked compressor running and starting amps, checked fan motor running amps, checked current controllers, checked blower motor amps, checked blower condition, clean and flush condensate lines, water cleaned condenser coils.
Found unit for casita had high starting amps, recommend hard-start kit. Also found that condenser unit for casita had no surge protection and the furnace for main house did not have surge protection. We installed 2 surge protectors.
Tangerine Heights in facts and figures
Tangerine Heights is a neighborhood in Oro Valley. The neighborhood is small, and mostly features large homes. The community started construction back in 2000, and construction was completed around 2003.
This small neighborhood is tucked between Tangerine and N La Cañada, an area which is more residential than commercial.
Painted Sky Elementary School
Ironwood Ridge High School
Amphitheater Unified District
Homes in Tangerine Heights are on the market for an average of 111 days and are typically purchased at close to asking price. Property taxes hover around $6,610 per year, and homeowners’ association fees are approximately $16. On average, homes here are $205 per square foot and typically list for around $615,000. (Statistics 2019-2020)