I appreciate that Jimmy was able to come out so quickly and take care of our unit efficiently. We would use your company again.
My technician was very polite, and pleasant to deal with. He did a great job and was very thorough.
First of all I thought when they were coming out for an estimate it was only gonna be $100 I wasn’t aware that if it took two hours or three hours which the time was it written down correctly that it was going to cost me 300 I was quoted $99. Second of all it took three visits and after three visits they were talking thousands of dollars I could go on and on but my air-conditioning was fixedAt a cost of $1400 not the estimated thousands of dollars they were telling me
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
Ordering indoor board and blower motor. Per david.
Upon arrival Perfromed diag. Found system to be on high head pressure. Found secondary motor control to be out of range, does not get fan running, compressor was still operational. Reset switch added new control and system is runn8ng and cooling. Condenser fan motor is in really bad condition. Leaking excessive oil. Ordering motor from Lennox.
Made airflow adjustments for the dampers, reduced airflow to master and living room and opened damper controlling the back bedroom. Checked filter and this was good, reset filter reminder.
Tech arrived on site. Condenser had power but was not operational. Unit was trying to turn on. Capacitor had been replaced in February by another company. Checked the capacitor and it had failed. Replaced it for testing and found the unit drawing High amperage. And it was drawing LRA. fan motor was under amping but still high. Charge is okay at this time. The capacitor failed because the motor are going out soon. Recommend budgeting for replacement soon. Did the temporary repair to get the unit cooling for the summer. Customer signed up with service agreement.
Performed AC maintenance on a Goodman heat pump. System is cooling 17 degrees. Condensate line is clear, condensate pump is in working order. Indoor coil is clean of debris. Outdoor unit was chemically cleaned. Service panel and compressor bay was cleaned. Refrigerant levels and pressures are in range. Outdoor control board has burn marks on the diodes due to power surges, a surge protector was installed today. Primary start component is in range at thus time. Compressor and fan amps are in range. System was running at end of appointment.
Customer paying Cash (Applied)
Summer AC Maintenance Performed Upon arrival system is working and operational. I began my maintenance at the outdoor condenser by breaking it down and cleaning with water and coil solution. Inspected electrical components and measured amp draws on system. Checked and tested refrigerant pressures and charge. Upon inspection of outdoor unit, starter is heavily pitted and should be replaced to ensure reliability, start up compressor is pulling high amperage, recommended a compressor saver kit be added to reduce the wear on compressor. I then proceeded to the indoor heat pump. Checked and inspected electricals components, ensuring connections were tight. Inspected blower wheel for dust and balance. Checked condensates for drainage. Checked and Changed filter. Measured temp split. Upon departure system is working and operational.
Performed AC diagnostic on Lennox system. Upon my diagnostic client stated that system has been draining out of the secondary drain line on the side of the house and are concerned about it. Proceeded to attic to find a primary drain line is backed up and itâ€™s causing it to pool in the secondary drain pan under the evaporator coil. Performed condensate P-trap clean out under sink in bathroom and cut and clear up in the attic weâ€™re all debris was vacuumed out along with water in secondary pan. Primed drain line and system was draining properly upon departure. If secondary continues the drain this could be due A crack evaporator coil primary pan.
Performed AC diagnostic on 2015 Carrier Heatpump. Upon my diagnostic client stated that he swapped out the capacitor and contactor for the Condenser but still no cold air coming out of the ducts. Upon my diagnostic I found that the system was operating but the compressor was off. The compressor was In internal Overload you to an overheating from low refrigerant. Put a compressor saver kit onto the system and compressor fired up. Let system run for approximately 10 minutes and found that it was low on R410a refrigerant charge. This is due to somewhere within the refrigeration cycle it is leaking. Advised Eric that I need that should be injected into the system so that we will be able to pinpoint the location of the leak so that no more refrigerant continues to escape out. Charged system up with approximately 9 pounds of refrigerant. Got system to an 18Â° split inside and 14Â° Sub cool on the refrigerant gages. Will be returning in approximately one month for a leak search. Upon departur
Performed diagnostic on 16 year old Ducane system. Homeowner states that system will run for about 15 mins and then the outdoor fan motor will stop spinning and unit will stop cooling. Her dad replaced the capacitor and fixed some electrical and the unit worked for a bit and then started doing the same thing again. Cycled system for cooling. System kicked on and started cooling. After about 15 minutes condenser motor shut off. Motor was extremely hot to the touch and had gone into heat overload. Motor is shot and needs to be replaced. Thoroughly went over entire system to address any other concerns. Wiring at breaker box is not done correctly and wiring is not the correct gauge, and condenser does not have a disconnect box. Homeowner has an electrician coming over the weekend and will have him address those concerns. Secondary motor control was found out of range, and primary motor control was burnt and pitted and had a burnt high voltage wire. Indoor blower wheel is extremely dirty an
Preformed Ac diagnostic on 2012 Goodman unit. Upon my diagnostic client stated that they are selling the home and system just needs to be fixed to sell it. 1. Duel secondary motor control has become defective on fan and hermetic side terminals. 2. Condenser fan motor pulling higher than designed for and is what ultimately cause the other component to fail 3. Power disconnect was not equipped Surge protection. Client mentioned power outages have been frequently happening out here 4. Common wire on contactor was burnt up from high amperage pull Discuss the condition of system with homeowner and he is completely aware of how old is running at the moment Mr. Collins had authorized for the economy repair due to them leaving in a couple weeks and selling the home. Upon departure system is operational and cooling
Found two supply ducts on the original ductwork that had fallen off the plenum. The ducting is original and was not replaced with the system. The ducting is also undersized which causes excessive static pressure in the system. Secured the duct collars with tap screws and sealed with tape. Tested system to confirm airflow.
Inspected system for operation and accessed the airflow. Installed return vent in downstairs area. Removed unnecessary filter in hallway.
Client wanted to rescheduled due to not enough time frame for client. Office will call client to get back on schedule
Performed maintenance on a Trane heat pump. Indoor electrical components are in range. Condensate lines are in need of a safety switch. Duct runs look ok at this time. Outdoor unit was chemically cleaned. Run motor was out of range and changed out today. Refrigerant levels are good. Disconnect box has no fuses or protection.