I can’t say enough good about Cool Air Solutions. Jimmy, the person assigned to our home, was excellent. Super positive mood, so nice, and honest. He took a good look at our system and diagnosed the problem. We had Cool Air Solutions as a second opinion and we are so grateful we did. The first company who came out was there for 2 minutes and lied about the problem. They said we needed a completely brand new system. Thank goodness we got in touch with Cool Air Solutions. The problem was spotted, able to be fixed, and now we’re back into working condition. We will definitely use Cool Air Solutions as our go to AC people.
Again, Micheal was here right on time, finished very quickly..
Michael was right on time, very personable, found the problem quickly fixed a/c. He made suggestions that we are hopefully getting repaired within the next week.
A very nice young man, very skillful, spotted the problem in under 1 minute! I was very impressed! Highly recommended! 5 Star Company! 5 Star Service! 5 Star technician!
Good customer service
Upon arrival performed maintenance on two rheem furnace systems. Downstairs 2017 system, gas pressure was verified to be at correct while checking. Filter was completely dirty, replaced with merv 16. Dusted all electrical components. Circuit board and electrical connections intact and ready to go. Indoor motor and wheel are in b dry good condition. Secondary motor Control in range. Re wired float switch. Temp rise good. 2013 attic unit Filter was very dirty customer declined cause I only had merv 11 left he purchased merv 16 online. Cycled system on and off for heating, system went through heating order of operations with no issues. Checked static pressure for system, .50 max factory specs, system is actually at 1.00 double what factory specs ask for. This can take a big toll on indoor motors, compressors, and possible damaged heat exchangers. Insulation levels in attic are good. Emergency drain pan in good condtion. Systems were reset tested and fully functional
Installation of a 4 ton Lennox SL280V
Installation of a 16 SEER Lennox ML14XC1 with Lennox SL280V Variable Speed Blower and 2-Stage gas valve.
Arrived on site to perform FAU diagnostic on 21 year old Rheem unit. Homeowner states that his system is not heating the downstairs very effectively, but The upstairs gets extremely hot. System is original to the home, has owned the home for about 6 years now and has always had this issue. Has had someone come out in the past and thinks he did some kind of repair to the ducting but is not quite sure what exactly he did. I cycled system for heat. Verified proper heating sequence of operations. System came on and started heating normally. Ductwork is in very poor condition. There is a lot of rips and tears that have been patched up and different pieces that have been put together. Temperature rise is fairly high. Static pressure is also high due to poor ducting. Because of brand of unit and condition of it, explained to homeowner the possibility of the heat exchanger being compromised and the concerns that can bring. Offered to pull out heat exchanger and thoroughly inspect heat exchange
Upon arrival performed maintenance on lennox system. Going through system, cycled heat on and off making sure there isnâ€™t any failures on start up. Checked gas valve multiple times to make sure system would keep turning on. Checked static pressures on air flow, system is under .5 what manufactures rating is. Temp rise split 43 degrees. Secondary motor control is in range. Inducer draft motor in good condition. Indoor motor good. Blower wheel has minor dust build up. Client replaced 5 inch filter a month ago. Ducting and duct seals are in very good condtion. Circuit board and electrical connections ok. Transformer voltages good. Dusted off all electrical connections, system was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Performed furnace maintenance on 1991 Rheem system. Paul my maintenance there were a few points concerns that need to be addressed. 1991 Rheem- 1. Found that igniter has high ohms and Discoloration from age and wear and tear this Component is responsible for lighting the burners. 2. System was completely covered and Contaminated in bird droppings and rat droppings. 3. Inducer motor was beginning to over amp due to windings becoming older 4. Measured static pressure(airflow) Within System this measured out to a total of 1.40 which is extremely high and restrictive this can cause problems with the heat exchanger overheating. Design static pressure is set up at .50 5. System had a 55Â° temperature raise, System is designed for a 50 this is indicating that heat exchanger is getting hotter than usual due to low Airflow 6. Indoor blower Compartment Where air is mixed and distributed is completely covered in dust and debris this can be a trigger for allergies and asthma 7. System was missing
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2018 AcPro system. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issues. Just wanted system to get tuned up and inspected. Cycled cooling mode on. Washed condenser inside and out. Unit really dirty from lack of maintenance. Fan motor is good and amp drawls are in range. Primary and secondary controls are good and in range. Checked compressor amp drawls and start up are good. Run amp are in r age and pulling 9 amp and max rated for 19. Checked refrigerant pressure and are good and cooling. Cycled system to ensure system operating. Inspected indoor unit. New Flex ducting used. Filter were just replaced by client as he supplied his own filters. Blower assembly is good and just light dust. Motor is good and no oil. Amp drawls are good and in range. Evaporator coil is good light debris in coil. Drain lines are good. Temperature split is cooling at 20 degrees. Recommend upgrading filtration to he
Upon arrival performed furnace tune up. Indoor motor on top is leaking oil & dirty blower wheel. Evap coil is dirty, dog hair, dust, debree etc. Amperages throughout system look very sharp. Circuit board and electrical connnections are in very good conditon. Dusted off all electrical components. Disconnect & whip are in very good condition. Checked fuses. Replaced 16x25x1 filter. Advise we change filters more frequently due to filters catching 30% or less. Temp splits in good condition. Ducting & seals are in very good condtion. Both systems are from 2008. Both r410 refrigerants. Lower systems evap coil is in good condition. Variable speed motor in good condtion. Circuit board is in good condition, dusted all electrical components. Replaced filter. Inspected duct work. Condensate safety switches in working order. Systems were reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Installation of a Variable Speed SL280V Furnace.
Arrived on site to perform combo tune up on a 1980 carrier unit. Condenser located in back yard furnace and evaporator coil located in back yard closet. Client stated no issue just wanted system to get inspected and evaluated. Advised client Iâ€™d be inspecting both unit for proper operation and efficiency. Advised the summary of findings are as followed. Condenser 1. Carrier unit original to home. 2. Washed unit inside and out was really dirty from lack of maintenance in past years. 3. Found fan motor leaking a lot of oil as motor has a thick layer of dried up oil from working. 4. Primary motor control has burnt pitting from self wear in past years. 5. Secondary motor motor control is now weak and below range and will continue to get weaker as system work hard. Recommend replacing before completely fails and says will not operate. 6.checked compressor amp drawls. Start up are in range. Run amp are amp lost at max as system is pulling 8 amp and max rated at 9.8. Indicating compres
Preformed leak repair, pulled vacuum on system and fully charged with R410a system is fully operational and cooling upon departure
Arrived on site to diagnose a no heating 1980 day n night system. Fund and evaporator coil located in hall closet. Upon arrival spoke over with tenant and she apostates furnace has been down for a year and since then the gas company came out and red tagged it due to a cracked for box ( heat exchanger ). Inspected system burners due to being a clam shell design and found a crack in the second chamber on the dimples. Advised home owner of finds and concerns. As well advised owner he will need to keep gas off until system is replaced. Owner is aware of condition and findings of the crack. Advised now is the time to consider full system replacement due to age, condition, bad heat exchanger, R-22 Refrigerant and cost of repairs needed. System is not operational due to failed heat exchanger. Will not be collecting Diagnostic fee at this time. If client chooses to move forward with replacing $98 fee will go toward cost of system. Client is aware and Darren will be reaching out to client. Clie
Performed AC Diagnostic on 2017 Maytag condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic customer stated that gardeners Had been digging and laying out river rock around the condenser. Soon after gardeners work had been completed they had noticed a wind/hissing noise coming out of the suction line. Upon further investigation I found that the system was completely flat of its R410a refrigerant charge. A leak has occurred on the suction side ultimately resulting in the loss of all of the refrigerant. Leak repair must be conducted and fully charge system back up to proper specification. The date has been set to return for leak repair.
Inspected the system and made recommendations for air quality improvements
Popped fuse replaced on zone board