Dave provided a great service and his experience and workmanship showed in diagnosing and correcting an issue the previous installer had created. Very knowledgeable and an outstanding technician.
Jimmy came and diagnosed another condensation leak, fixed it and guided me though the process of isolating where the leak was from and steps to take to eliminate the cause.
Found water leaking from Condenser in attic, scheduled appointment and was there next day. Jimmy did an incredible job, was able to isolate the problem and fix it quickly and professionally. Very happy with the service!
We got our entire HVAC system updated and installed two years ago with Cool Air Solutions. They also helped us get new, energy efficient windows, which qualified us for a state rebate. From the technicians who handled the install to the service providers in the office, every person went above and beyond. When the city came to inspect and sign off on our project, the inspector said he’d never seen a cleaner install and asked us to pass on Cool Air’s info since he needed to update his own HVAC. Here we are two years later for our complimentary service, and the same high standard of care and service is clearly evident. Thank you to the office team for following up and reminding us about our service, and to Jorge for being a great technician!
Jorge was very thorough and informative in his diagnostic check of the A/C.
Very professional and knowledgeable
He was friendly, knowledgeable, and did it good job.
ServiceWas just as described Michael came out and did a thorough inspection and maintenance on both my units. He was courteous and professional. I would have cooler come out again.
Tyler was congenial and efficient.
We love the techs. It feels like such personal service and most times we get the same person with each visit.
Perform diagnostic and found that breaker in breaker panel was bad. Client will be going through deck electric and replacing the breaker.
Found that the unit was not leveled properly causing the coil to drain on the inside insulation of the unit.
Performed ac diagnostic today on Goodman air handler, found that air handler had been leaking from supply Plenum. System was sealed on return Plenum last diagnostic. Found that static pressure was 1.20 in total from return to supply. Primary drain line was cleared along with drain pan no signs of crack. Condensation may be building up on walls of air handler causing droplets of water to leak onto the bottom of air handler cabinet, ductwork should be evaluated for any type of restriction if this condition continues. System was sealed from supply Plenum to return.
Performed AC diagnostic today on heat pump. Found primary drain line was clogged up and draining through return Plenum. Vacuumed out primary drain line from outside and And blow two co2 cartridges through. System appears to be draining properly upon departure.
During my maintenance I came to find out that system is filling a 5 gallon bucket at air handler leaking out of T-Stat entry hole. Found the system was leveled, primary and secondary drain lines were clear and blown out with nitrogen. Then took a video of the inside of the coil primary drain pan and found that rust in water buildup is occurring this may indicate that the drain pan has cracked and is leaking into the bottom of the air handler now
Performed Ac and Fau maintenance on 1 year old Goodman heat pump system. Cycled system through heating and cooling modes. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Secondary motor control is in range. Primary motor control in good condition. Washed outdoor condenser coil. Refrigerant levels are in range and system is producing good temperature split in both heating and cooling modes. Homeowner just replaced his own filter. Recommended circulate option on thermostat to pass the air through the filter since windows are kept open quite a bit throughout the day. Recommended signing up on maintenance program, homeowner wants to just call us when he wants us to come out and do maintenances. Cycled system, system is fully operational upon departure.
Performed diagnostic on 2017 system. Homeowner states that she smells smoke when the system is running. She can only smell it in the living room, no other room. Cycled system for cooling. Homeowner pointed me to where she can smell the smoke. After carefully checking everything, found that smell is coming from the the fireplace in the living room. Supply vent is pointed to the fireplace, which Is agitating the smell out the fireplace. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Secondary motor control is starting to fall out of range. Amp draws are in range for compressor and condenser fan motor. Pulled condenser fan motor and thoroughly washed out condenser coil. Filter was recently replaced and is clean. Went over findings and recommendations. Signed homeowner on ESA Maintenance Program. System is fully operational upon departure.
Performed diagnostic. Upon arrival, homeowner stated that the system has a refrigerant Leak and he wants a price on replacing the evaporator coil. Another company was out here last year and they recharged the system. They told him that the leak was in the evaporator coil and he wants a price on replacing it because system leaked out again. I performed visual inspection of evap coil. Could not find any signs of oil or refrigerant. Explained to homeowner that a system can leak out of other places, and explained the different processes that we go through in order to properly determine where a leak is and what needs to be repaired. Homeowner understands this but he wants to replace evaporator coil. Gave estimate on evap coil replacement. Homeowner wants it emailed over to him. **customer was refusing to pay $39 diagnostic fee. He said it was supposed to be a free estimate. Office confirmed that he was quoted $39. Homeowner paid with check.
Performed diagnostic on heat pump. Condenser is not kicking on. Another company was called out to a repair and it stopped working again. Wiring was messed with, and now schematic is not being followed. Unit would be have to be pulled apart and then rewired due to now thereâ€™s nothing that says what wire does what. Homeowner is going to call other company back out to see what they can do, or he will be calling us out for repairs. System is not operational upon departure.
Ac inspection/tune up
Primary motor control defective on battery cap
Upon arrival performed maintenance. Indoor motor is leaking oil and needs a lot of cleanings done to system. Cap coil is completely covered and causing restrictions. Outdoor system is amping high. Low on charge r22. Leak In the system customer had filled up system before. Calling back to set up an appointment to see what customer wants to do. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Performed system diagnostics and service for both heat pump and indoor air handler. Monitored system temp splits and functionality. Inspected the cased compartments and cleaned the outdoor coil.
Sold 4 ton heat pump basic system. Client could not qualify for financing options. Will see if someone will buy unit for her.
Air conditioning maintenance in Quail Valley.