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!!
Michael was very nice and professional. He wore boot covers in my home which was nice. He took the time to explain everything in detail so that I could understand what he was doing. We will definitely be calling back for our AC needs.
Excellent technician. Very courteous and friendly. Informative. Excellent service.
From the very first time I called Cool Air Solutions over 1 year ago, I knew I had found an Air Conditioning/Heating company with a total commitment to their sales and service. From the Sales and Installation of our new system a year ago to the outstanding preventive maintenance service we received today, we know we chose the right company. We are as committed to Cool Air Solutions as they are to us. The technicians are very friendly and always explain everything in complete detail. Thanks to everyone at Cool Air Solutions
Service as good as usual.
Friendly and helpful
Cool Air Solutions give for customer the best attention, my experience is wonderful, with Professional and quality solution, on concordance with the custumer nedd .
Looking forward to seeing the finished installation
Replaced Control board in Goodman furnace in Corona, recorded pressures and amp draws. Tested and verified correct operation of system.
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Arrived on site to perforspring maintenance on a 2015 Lennox system. Condenser located in back yard p. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Client concerns were with Lennox amp as it would not let them log in advise that is a manufacturer server problem thermostat is operating properly no issues at this time. Client stated Other concer was compressor made a weird noise when it operates. Advise if noise dose not appear while my maintenance I will be unable to provide a answer to noise. Client understood. Did attic and indoor unit inspection. Found black flex ducting used and insulation is good. Found filter dirty. Client supplied his own filter and replaced filter. Checked all electrical wiring, connections, circuit board, and components. all good. Blower assembly is good. Wheel is clean. Motor is good at this time. Amp drawls on blower motor are good. Evaporator coil is clean. Drain lines are good. Blew drain lines out. Tested Drain pump and is operational. Found no protectio
Performed diagnostic on 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. Left filters with homeowner as he preferred me not to come inside the home. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Cycled system, system is fully operational upon departure.
Replace existing system with below listed equipment. Permits/HERS Included
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Performed residential warranty. Homeowner states that there is a knocking noise in the master bedroom wall. We were recently out here to run a new line set to master bedroom unit because of the knocking noise. Noise had stopped for a bit but has came back intermittently. Ran systems on that side of the house on and off a couple times. I could hear noise that homeowners are mentioning. However, lineset to the other unit that is on this side of home is running up inside the wall exactly where they are mentioning that they hear the noise. Lineset is running up the same spot where the old lineset is running. More than likely the noise is now coming from the other unit as that is the only possibility at this time. Spoke to homeowner about what is going on. Due to this being an intermittent issue, it would have been hard to identify this issue because it was not happening when tech was last out here to check the system. Homeowner understands what is going on. He is going to wait and see if i
Performed diagnostic on 2002 system. Homeowner states that his upstairs system is not working, it is not blowing any air at all. I cycled system for cooling. Outdoor unit turned on normally, but indoor unit is unresponsive. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. System is receiving proper voltage. Circuit board is recieving low voltage command to turn on the fan, but it is not sending out power to fan motor for it to start. Secondary motor control on motor is good and in range. Blower motor windings appear to be burnt, motor could possibly be bad as well. With homeowner approval replaced circuit board first. Once circuit board was replaced, fan motor is now recieving proper voltage but not starting. Homeowner was already aware of this possibility and approved for blower motor to be replaced as well. Replaced indoor blower motor. Secured all connections. Cycled system for cooling. System kicked on normally and started cooling. Temperature split is at 17 degrees. Replaced
Performed diagnostic on 2005 system. Homeowner states that system is not cooling. Another company was out yesterday and told her that it needed refrigerant. Cycled system for cooling. System kicked on normally. Removed fence on 1 side of unit to get to electrical compartment. Hooked up gauges and found unit low on refrigerant. Opened up electrical compartment and found booster kit had exploded inside the unit. Wires are completely charred up. Went over findings and recommendations. Homeowner wants system to last 1 more year before she replaces it. Gave her the option of what it would take to get system up and running, but advised that I can not guarantee how long the repair would hold up due to possible leak inside the system. Homeowner needs time to think everything over. System was left not operational on departure.
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System not cooling as well as it could
No invoice given. Customer showed up late and tech didn't have extension ladder.
Came out didnâ€™t do maintenance. Due to termites being all around work area. Customer calling termite company then calling us back out. Andrew coming out to give estimate.
Upon arrival performed maintenance. Indoor wheel needs cleaning. Duct work is completely dirty. Filter needs to be replaced. Circuit board and electrical connections good. Recommend air scrubber to help with cleanliness of system and better air quality. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.