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.
Brian was thorough and considerate. A great technician
Thanks go to Brian for servicing our furnace, providing our yearly maintenance. Very informative and helpful advice.
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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
Performed furnace maintenance on 15 year old payne furnace. Upon my maintenance I came across a few points of concerns that were addressed. Payne Furnace- 1. Found that airflow was zero point .75, This is an indication of air restriction across the heat exchanger. 2. Temp rise was exceeding 60. This is due to low airflow and will result in higher heat buildup 3. Found an indoor blower motor is leaking oil from bearing, Motor is operational although can lead to motor locking up or overheating 4. Battery cap for indoor blower is becoming weak due the higher amperage Pull of indoor fan motor leaking. 5. Flame sensor has become discolored(green) Which is an indication that the flame sensor may fail in the future. 6. Duct Runs in Garage are not sealed properly and sucking dirt within ducts 7. Attic ductwork R4, Found ductwork in certain locations ripped up or completely exposed this will reduce airflow in temperature transfer the rooms
Arrived on site to get measurements for supply registers for install as client had 2 Registers replaced with install but advised on install he wanted all replaced All With the same type of registers. Office will order new registers. Client aware office will give him a call once parts come in and get him back on schedule. Client is aware we only came out to get measurements. Did not do any work on system. Clients is also aware day of installed the amount of $400 will be due once install comes back out. Dinning room 10x6 Downstairs bath room 8x4 Jazz room 8x4 Master bed room 10x6 R. upstairs bedroom 8x4 L. upstairs bedroom 8x4
System keeps shutting off intermittently. Found that safety switch on condensation line is shutting the condenser off after a longer run period due to slow moving primary drain line. Checked drain line and it appears to be clear and draining correctly, but there is no secondary drain line coming off of coil. Secondary port on coil goes straight into the drain pan, and then triggers the safety switch. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowners. They do not want to invest more money into it as they hardly ever use it and summer is coming to an end. System is operational upon departure, but switch can possibly still be triggered every now and then.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 15 year old guardian unit. Homeowner states system is not blowing cold air. Indoor unit is running and blowing air, but outdoor unit does not kick on. He has tried replacing the fuses and testing the electrical but has has no luck. Had homeowner kick system on, and system kicked on normally and started cooling. Homeowner would still like me to check system to see if there is any problem on why it wasnâ€™t turning on. Performed full evaluation on system. Checked unit electrical and system components. Secondary motor control is within range. Primary motor control is burnt and pitted at contact points. Amp draws on compressor are within range. Condenser fan motor amp draws are slightly high, and has actually started to leak oil. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Indoor unit has no supply or return plenum, return duct just goes straight into the top of blower cabinet. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowners. They a
Upon arrival performed maintenance on a Lennox system. Found filter to be extremely dirty and clogged up. outdoor refrigerant ant levels are in very good condition. Temp splits very good. Washed outdoor coils. Secondary motor control good. Primary motor control in good condition. Amperages throughout system very good. Customer said she heard loud noises from outdoor system. Did not hear anything loud other then initial start up. Indoor motor good. Furnace in good condition. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Tested system on the cooling mode and measured indoor temperatures. Replaced air filters. Measured outdoor motor starting load and running load. Measured voltages and tested run and start components. Verified refrigerant charge. Cleaned condenser electrical panel and coils
Bring gas line up to code and strap. Enlarge return duct from 14â€ to 18â€. Modify supply ducting and run new Trunkline duct. Add Trunkline balancing dampeners. Add proper return air plenum. Permits and HERS included. Install compressor sound blanket
Performed ac diagnostic On 2004 goodman condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I found that the outdoor fan motor was spinning but compressor off. Further investigation showed that inside the service panel the secondary motor control was completely blown in the hermetic side. This was caused due to high amperage pull the compressor. Ultimately the compressors is on borrowed time due to its age and high amperage pull making it a less efficient system and putting it at a higher risk of failing in hot weather. Mr. Merril Ultimately Decided that he rather have a condenser and evaporator coil replacement then to continue to do repairs on an older system. Add it in new secondary motor control as a temporary way to give cooling to the house until new install takes place. Upon departure system is on.
NO COOL. Found system operational upon arrival. Customer stated unit is blowing warm air. Thinks it may be a freon leak since they had the same issue with the upstairs unit and they ended up having it replaced. The unit was replaced earlier this year by the customers home warranty after having to add freon twice. After inspecting unit and checking refrigerant pressures, found unit very low on freon pressures (almost flat). Gave customer repair options and he and his wife chose to do the minimal option today. We are only adding the freon charge and thatâ€™s it. There is no warranty on this type of repair and the freon will most likely leak out again. Customer also understands this can be any day, week, month, or even year from now. We cannot warranty something that will just leak out. Customer also was informed that this refrigerant is on a phaseout per the EPA and is not being manufactured anymore. With refrigerant leaks also comes the loss of oil that lubricates the compressor. We a