Good installation! However we did not get a copy of the heater and airconditoner owners manual.
George was efficient and gave us recommendations for our unit
Luis was extremely personable, professional and provided great info on everything involving our system
My whole experience was pleasant. Everyone I spoke to was nice and respectful. Jamie included me in the entire tune up process. He explained what he was going to do and why. He was respectful of my space and cleaned up after. The price was very reasonable. I would definitely recommend Cool Air Solutions.
Was able to provide a great price.
Darren was knowledgeable, explained things clearly, and helped us make an informed decision on what was best for us.
Jorge was outstanding in every way. Thorough in his presentation of information and options, quietly efficient and respectful in our home. Very professional and friendly. Good man!!
Installation of a 2.5 ton SEER Air Conditioner with Single Stage capacity and high efficiency coil. Furnace with single stage heating. PCO kit and Sensi WIFI thermostat included. No dampers, registers and permits. $13,722 - Financed Amount $159/month 6.9% 120/months
Performed diagnostic. System is not cooling, indoor fan motor is not turning on. Homeowner tried replacing thermostat and system is still not operating. Went into attic and found a dead secondary motor control for indoor fan motor which was causing motor not to turn on. Replaced secondary motor control and motor kicked on. Motor has leaked quite a bit of oil and amp draws are high, replacement of motor recommended. Cycled System for cooling. Temperature split is in range and system is cooling correctly. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Went over recommendations. Approved immediate repair. System is operational upon departure.
System totals out to $12,254 however client will be writing check outright for system at the end of install. If failure to purchase with Check, and card payment is decided than the $614 check discount will be revoked putting total at $12,254
Tech arrived on site with new drain pan. Lifted evaporator coil up and disconnect the plenum. Slid old pan out. Installed new drain pan. Connected pvc fittings and added T and trap. Blew out primary and secondary drains as they were restricted. Poured 3 gallons of water into pan to test. Everything was draining properly.
Performed maintenance on 2 2005 systems. Owner states We have been maintaining these units and have done a good amount of work to these Units. Cycled systems for cooling. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Both systems secondary motor control and primary motor control are in good condition and in range. Fan motors are both units are over amping and leaking oil. Main system fan motor is a little worse than the bedroom systems. Pulled condenser motors on both units and thoroughly washed out condenser coils inside and out. Refrigerant levels are in range. Cycled system, system is fully operational upon departure.b
Technician arrived on site and found a crack in the primary condensate pan. Gave homeowner options to replace the pan or to do a temporary repair until the system can be replaced. The temporary repair includes adding a secondary pan, condensate pump, and a condensate rework. Replacing the primary pan is correct option for this repair. Homeowner is aware that biological growth can happen in the secondary pan if it isnâ€™t fully draining.
Performed AC maintenance on a carrier condenser. Systems cooling temperature split is 24 degrees. Condensate lines are clear. Start control for the indoor blower is out of range. Indoor motor is leaking oil. Outdoor unit was chemically cleaned. Starter is showing heavy signs of wear. Compressor and fan amps are ok. Refrigerant levels are ok. System is not protected.
Upon arrival fixed drain lines and make them go into condensation pump. Ran copper lines through lineset cover and into attic, tapped it into plastic hose in attic. Added r22 refrigerant. System is Now operational.
Upon arrival performed nest thermostat installs. Both systems are operational after install.
Performed AC maintenance Performed AC maintenance on 2005 Lennox Condenser. Upon my maintenance there are multiple points of concerns that were addressed with Charles over the phone. 1. System Contained R 22 refrigerant which was completely based on January 1, 2020 2. Started showed signs of pitting on contact points due to high amperage pull overtime this component acts like the brakes for the system. If this component fails, system may not turn on or shut down. 3. Condenser fan motor showed signs of oil leak is coming from bearing and can lead to it potentially locking up or overheating 4. Compressor was Exceeding manufacture specification Amperage range when measured at this moment. A total of 18 amps were being used exceeding the limit of what it designed for. 5. Power disconnect Was not supplied with fuses or surge protection Discussed for conditioner system with Charles any understands how the system is running at this moment and would like not to do anything. Client declines Re
Tech arrived on site and did ac tune up. Condenser had been rebuilt. All electrical start components had been replaced and checked out. Fan motor was amping at max. While the unit was running. It tripped on the low pressure switch multiple times. Pressures confirmed the switch was good. After about the 4th time the unit pressures stabilized. Had an 18 degree split. Super heat was a little High. Indoor unit was okay. Blower had been replaced. Possibly the control board as well. Cap was new. Heating side looked old. Did not test this visit. Recommend budgeting for replacement soon as the unit is getting to replacement age.
Upon arrival performed repairs on hvac system. Replaced secondary motor control and condenser fan motor. CLient would like to do NEST thermostats, we scheduled for feb 17 8-10
Upon arrival performed maintenance on 1 year old lennox. Indoor motor and wheel is in very good condtion. Circuit board and electrical connections good. OPened up entire condenser and washed outdoor coils. Seconadary motor control are in range. Primary power distributor is in very good condtion. Condenser fan motor in range. Refrigerant levels good. Filter is beginning to get dirty client replaces himself. Recommended adding surge protection to keep system protected from power surges. Client declined membership, will call us to do tune ups.
Performed AC diagnostic on 2001 comfort maker thermostat. Pierre Stated that he had just tried to swap the thermostat out this morning because the old one wouldnâ€™t work. After new thermostat was installed indoor blower motor would not turn on. I started by checking for voltage at the thermostat and found a 27 V was present, I then jumped out R and G to turn the fan on and there was no response from the system. I proceeded to the attic and found that the system did have power present and the 5 AMP fuse was intact. Directly jumped out the board And there is still no response for the motor to turn on. Bypassed the motor directly into the in-line door switch and motor turned on. This indicates to me that the circuitboard is gone bad and is no longer functioning for the indoor blower motor. Thereâ€™s also signs of burn marks On the circuitry of the board. Pierre Is selling the house and it is in escrow right now. He said heâ€™s going to do his research on the board and give me a call tomo
Arrived on site to perform spring tune on a 2017 lennox unit. Condenser coil in back yard. Furnace and Evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issues. Cycled cooling. Washed condenser inside and out. Primary and secondary motor controls are both good. Fan motor is good. Compressor start ups are high would recommend adding a compressor booster kit to help prolong life of unit. Run amps are good. Pressure are good and cooling home at 20 degrees. No protection on unit advised and recommended adding surge protectors on unit to protect systems from electrical surges and power outages that can damage or even short out systems. Filter is good and was replaced Last visit Cycled unit. Went over all findings and recommendations with client. Client is aware of how system is and did declined recommended work at this time and did not want to renew at this time. Advised close wouldnâ€™t come back out unless heâ€™s is a active maintenance plan. Advised client to. Or stay off of maintenanc