Did a thorough inspection
My tech Jimmy was extremely knowledgeable, examined my furnace thoroughly, explained his findings clearly to me, and was very pleasant and courteous. I am so happy to have found Cool Air Solutions.
Mike was great. Explained everything easily to us.
Luis was very professional and was very knowledgeable.
Luis did a fantastic job and was very professional and courteous
Jorge and Mateo were great....they truly offer great service and I would highly recommend. They both stayed late on a Friday night.
Knew what he was doing. The only issue was the part that showed up at the supplier was not the right one. Mike caught it, but completion of the work was delayed a week due to the vendor.
Nick was absolutely the nicest guy to explain everything and answered all my questions. I want to ask for him to come Service my furnace next time.
Replace existing systems with listed equipment. Mount slim line condensers to exterior wall. Extend lines and power to new ac locations. Permits and HERS included. Financing available= 24 Months 0% interest Several Options that are included in the bid can be removed for a cheaper price.
Technicians arrived on site and performed maintenance on two 3 ton furnaces. Checked all safety components and main mechanical components. Checked the following: - temp rise - flame sensors -motor amp draw -hot surface igniter ohms -static pressure -motor start components -checked filters Cleaned the inside of electrical compartment. Wiped down outside of units. Units were operating good at this time and on departure. Units were not equipped with surge protectors.
Performed furnace maintenance on 2007 Payne heater. During the maintenance I noticed a few points and concerns that were brought up with the homeowner although he did decline that the heat exchanger is not pulled and tested. Furnace- 1. Measured a 80Â° Temperature rise Within the system when the rated specification temperature rise is 30-60 degrees. This is an indication of serious overheating and will trigger the high limit to trip once it reaches top temperatures. Due to the temperature is being so high it is recommended that the heat exchanger is verified to be in good condition and is safe for operation. With such a high temperature rise there is a highly likely chance the heat spot formed And had caused the metal to expand and contract. 2. indoor blower motor was heavily covered in dust and debris due to 1 inch filter is not being swapped out enough. Also found slight oil leak is coming from bearing which can lead to the motor locking up our overheating. Motor control is not only
Performed diagnostic on 12 year old system. This is a furnace only no AC. Homeowner states that her system is working fine and is heating fine. The only issue is that the temperature on the thermostat does not what to what she set it through and will change throughout the day. Thermostat in the home is a programmable thermostat and it was resorting back to the schedule throughout the day. Showed homeowner how to set a temperature and hold it so that it will not change throughout the day. Had homeowner do it on her own and she fully understands how to work thermostat. System is operational upon departure.
Performed routine fall maintenance on 3 Weather king furnaces in Carlsbad, replaced all air filters and tested and verified correct operation of systems. All systems are running correctly at this time. Recommend replacing both flame sensors on downstairs units, igniter on the living room/family room unit, a transformer on the bedrooms unit and all 3 systems donâ€™t have a sediment trap
Inspected the the heating system and performed tune up. Measured system amp draws. Tested blower motor and measured battery cap. Tested ignitor in ohms. Measured temperature rise. Wiped down cabinet. Inspected return duct and heat exchanger tubes.
Heating system maintenance and service
Inspected heating system for faults. Tested temperature rise and removed clogged filter. Replaced filter. Temperature rise dropped down to 105F from 150F. This is because the filter was completely restricting the airflow and causing the furnaces high temperature limit switch to open. Further inspected the system and tested the blower motor capacitor, this should be replaced as itâ€™s weak. The ignitor is good. Flame sensor needs cleaning, overall system should have a maintenance performed. Additionally the condensate line has no trap or vent to clear the drain, there is also no overflow switch to protect the system if a clog backs up water into the system.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on 2 systems. Temp rise splits are very close to manufacture specs. Indoor motors are both running with high amp draws. Secondary motor controls out of range. Circuit board has burned terminals. Undersized returns. Flame sensors have really bad build up. Static pressures higher then manufacture specs. Client declined to do advance check on heat exchanger. Inducer draft motor up and running. Dusted off all electrical connections. System has no saftey float switches. Left checklist with client. Jay to come back out and give options for customer. Both systems were reset tested and fully functional upon departure. 1. High static pressures 2. High temp rise 3. Secondary motor control low 4. Undersized returns 5. 1 inch filtration
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Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 10 year old unit. Condenser is a Lennox 10 year old and furnace is also 10 year old. Homeowner is having issues with the master bedroom being too hot in the summer time and gets little air flow. Also the supply registers are not ideally placed in master bedroom. Home is a mobile prefabricated home. Upon thorough evaluation of home, all supply air is running through pre-fabricated channels and their is no access to any of it. It is unknown how any of the channels are running which limits being able to relocate any of them. Because it is a Mobil home, a standard whole house fan would not be suitable for this application. However, did find that With laundry room door being open, it was completely restricting the air flow to the unit. Recommended to run system with laundry door open as much as possible. System is operational upon departure.
Performed furnace diagnostic on Rheem system. Upon diagnostic found that system was not sensing flame at circuit board. Prior to this flame sensor was replaced with new one, Although still experiencing lockout due to no flame being detected. Found the polarity is reversed at breaker causing flame sensor inability to sense flame. Due to the reverse polarity this has caused damage to the circuitboard. Replaced circuitboard and corrected polarity at system and system is fully operational and heating upon departure.
Arrived on site to replace flame sensor. Upon arrival spoke over with client and showed me system. He stated ever since he got the AC and the sensi thermostat installed furnace is unable to heat home or stay operating. Cycled heat and flame would turn on but would shut off in about 4 to 5 seconds. Replaced flame with a new one and cycled system. System is not sensing the flame. Checked for voltage and all connections are good and secured and they are good. System still not operational. Advised client system is still not working there could be something else going on. Possibility of a bad control board. Advised him we will have another tech come out and look over everything in system. Will not be charging client for part or Visit. Office will call client to get him back on schedule as soon as possible. System still not operating in heating.
Arrived on site to perform Diagnostic on 22 year old carrier system. Homeowner states that system is not heating. System is heat only, does not have AC. cycled system for heat. System starts the heating sequence but then shuts off and locks itself out. Cycled system several different times. On several attempts the inducer fan motor would not kick on even though it was receiving proper voltage and proper command. On other attempts the inducer motor would kick on, but gas valve would not engage despite it having proper voltage and command for it to do so. All safety switches check out as operational and are all opening and closing as they should. On a couple attempts everything kicked on fine and system started heating fine. Inducer fan motor and gas valve are working on and off and should be replaced. When the unit does happen to turn on there is a huge flame rollout at the burner assembly. Inducer draft motor is very rusted out on the side where it connects to the flue pipe that goes a
Performed furnace maintenance on two system Carrier. Upon my maintenance there were a few points and concerns that were addressed. Mr. Davis would like to speak with his wife about a date and time so that I may return and perform hydro test on the heat exchangers with a supervisor. Downstairs furnace- 1. Found multiple heat spots on Heat exchanger, this is an indication of overheating and may indicate a breach within the stamps of the heat exchanger. 2. Measure Airflow on System(static pressure) And found that it was at 1.95 which is incredibly high indicating a very significant restrictions across the heat exchanger 3. Temp rise was also above desired range Which indicate overheating 4. Flame sensor is beginning to turn green and could potential he fail due to not being able to sense burner flames within the cells 5. Found dust buildup with an indoor blower cabinet and also an scroll wheel this is due to 1 inch filter is not being swapped out every 1 to 3 months Upstairs furnace- 1