Courteous, thorough, and effective. He corrected the problem quickly but ran multiple checks to ensure that his fix worked.
On behalf of my husband I was the one home. So I will say Jimmy was super nice. He explained everything. Cleaned my filthy unit with no complaints. I am a satisfied customer,Thank you Cool Air Solutions for hiring such great people. Debi Williams
My full system replacement went very well. All of the technicians were professional and answered all of my questions.
Jamie went out of his way to thoroughly check my system and to ensure that I understood his findings and recommendations.
I recommend other people for your service
Told me everything I needed to know
The service was great. We learned a lot about our cooling system from Luis Mendez. He was extremely professional and informative.
Arrived on site to perform combo tune up on a 2016 Lennox system. Furnace located in attic and condenser coil is located in back yard. Client stated no issues and was just wanting service done on system. Cycled cooling on and found condenser coil clogged and extremely dirty and restricted airflow. Washed condenser condenser coil inside and out. Recommend staying on maintenance to keep getting System cleaned. Checked electrical compartment. Primary was good. Secondary was good and in range. Checked amp drawls on unit and are in range. Would recommend adding a compressor booster kit to help prevent hard start ups and prolong system life. Fan motor is pulling max amps due to restrictions of condenser coil and is working hard. System pressure are stable and in range and system cooling home at 22 degrees. Cycled system. Cycled heater on and was good. Filter was extremely dirty. Recommend replacing filter. Lower assembly is dirty as she was advised last time out. Motor is good. Amp drawls
Performed routine fall maintenance on Lennox furnace in lake Elsinore. Due to extensive repairs needed on furnace from 1998. Would not recommend putting much repairs into it. Rather look into long term replacement options.
Performed furnace maintenance on 2014 Goodman Heater
Performed furnace maintenance on 2009 Bryant heater. Upon my maintenance I found multiple points of concerns that could lead to failure on AC/heating mode. 1. Found an indoor blower motor is beginning to over amp and has also ruptured itâ€™s lubricant seal around the bearing this can lead to the motor overheating or locking up due to lack of lubrication 2. Single secondary motor control is become week due to motor using more power than needed if left in this condition battery can completely die and motor will not start 3. Flame sensor was heavily oxidizing and corroded 4. System was not equipped with surge protection in the case of power outages in thunderstorms etc. 5. Circuitboard had a slight burn marks three amp fuses already been replaced prior 6. Temp rise was it 61Â° considering that the allowable range is 60 this can be concerning and can potentially cause the heat exchanger to crack. Discussed full condition With homeowner and she is aware and will consider the repairs need
Total job is 15400. Balance due after Instal will be $400. Customer will pay us $400 when he gets his Lennox rebate
Arrived on site to perform furnace maintenance on 17 year old package unit. Cycled system for heat. Verified proper heating sequence of operations. Temperature rise across heat exchanger is within range. Ran system through 20 point inspection checklist. Blower wheel is dirty. Indoor motor is starting to leak oil. Secondary motor control is in range. Evap coil is dirty as well. Removed panel and opened up unit top to inspect heat exchanger. Heat exchanger does have some hot spots in certain areas. No visible cracks at this time. System is very old and inefficient. Homeowner mentioned that his bills in the summer time sometime jump from 200 to 600 dollars because of the AC running. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Went over the cost of repair and ownership to keep current system operating. Homeowner ultimately does not want to repair the system or put any more money into it. He would like some replacement options for a new unit. Turning call over to Darren who will
Installation of a Single Stage Lennox FAU Financing options at $38/mo 6.99% 120 mo
Performed cleanings and install flame sensor along with surge protector
Arrived on site to return for service on a torn plenum. Client is aware this is a this repair today would be patching up Return prone to furnace as client is just trying to get more time out of system. Over found plenum did not have any support and was causing to off balance the plenum and where it was sealed tore. Advice it be best to add support by strapping duct strap under plenum and support it and not trip due to weight from um and ducting connected to it. Re sealed plenum with U.v and metal tape. Strapped up plenum with 2 straps crossing under plenum for support. System was now operational. client Did approved for repairs done today and is happy and is aware of reseal repairs. System is operational upon departure. Client will call us about other repairs and Gwen he would like to move forward with them.
Arrived on site to perform fall tune up on a 2018 carrier system. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issues. As system and home where built 2 years ago and just moved in. Cycled thermostat and was good. Found filter dirty and client was gunna supply his own and replace. Found black flex ducting used okay condition. Blower assembly and wheel slight dust accumulating. Motor is good and amp drawls are good. inducer motor is good and amp drawls are in range. Heat exchanger good. Evaporator coil good. Drain lines are good. Flame sensor is showing some wear and discoloration of oxidization at this time. Found temperature rise to be at 61 degrees and heating and is above rated range on system. Air flow restrictions could cause system to heat up high as not enough air flow is entering system. Found voltage at 121.3 and system is Rated at 115v. No protection on either unit. Recommend adding surge protectors to prevent system getting damaged from electrical surges an
Arrived on site to perform fall tune up a 2013 carrier system. Furnace furnace located in attic client stated no issues. Cycled nest thermostat and was good and operational. Found filters dirty and client was goin got go buy and supply his own. Found black flex ducting used and visually inspected system and found a big tear where the plenum meets the furnace is torn and leaking dirt into system bypassing the filter. Recommend resealing return plenum to stop dirt from entering from the attic. Blower assembly and wheel is dirty creating stress and wear on motor. Motor has slight oil developing from over Working and stress allowing dirty to accumulating with the oil. Would recommend replacing blower motor to extend system life span as it starting to show Signs of premature failure and if fails airflow will not be produced in heating and cooling. Secondary motor is good and in range. Inspect Heat exchanger and found heat impingement and is good at this time. Inducer motor is amping at 1.0
Inspected thermostat fault codes. Replaced restricted filter. Tested furnace multiple times for proper operation. Checked the vent cap on the roof. Temp rise at 36 degrees.
Replaced defective induce draft motor. Adjusted low fire gas valve pressure to 1.6 inWc. Measured temperature rise at 32F.
Heating maintenance and service testing. Checked all heating electrical components and safeties. Inspected blower and burner assembly. Wiped dust from interior. Tested amp draws. Measured temperature rise. Replaced filter.
Inspected system for faults and ordered replacement motor from Lennox under warranty.