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.
Michael is amazing. He has very good communication skills, he is very polite, and professional. Thank you Michael for all your amazing help.
Post job walk a d gift bag
Tested system for faults and diagnosed defective low voltage fuse, replaced fuse and mounted thermostat to wall.
Performed Fau maintenance on 2 15 year old Aireflo units. Based on the notes customer had some issues with the AC over the summer. She had the upstairs unit replaced by a different company over the summer. When I asked her why and she explained I believe there was a miscommunication in what we were selling her compared to the company that she gave the job too. Cycled furnaces for heat. Checked indoor units electrical and system components. Both blower motors are leaking oil and are working fairly hard. Indoor blower wheels are both dirty. Recommended for filters to be changed out more frequently to prevent added stress and dirt on blower wheels. Cleaned out blower compartment and heating compartment. Tested heating safety operations, system has proper heating sequence. Pulled off blower wheel and evaporator coil to take a look at heat exchanger. Took pictures of hot spots and heat impingements. Ductwork is pretty old and is all original to the home as well as the furnaces. Homeowner is
Inspected system for functionality.
Inspected heating system and tested equipment. Measured indoor temperature split. Recorded voltages and motor amp draws. Measured ignitor in ohms. Cleaned flame sensor. Wiped blower cabinet. Tested blower run capacitor. Cleaned and adjusted burners.
Returned to install second motor. Motor has been installed and system is cooling fully operational upon departure
Performed system diagnostic due to nest installation accident. Upon my diagnostic I found that both nest thermostat on a two zone system had no power. I proceeded into the attic and found that the Lennox zone board Had a blown fuse, replaced fuse and power returned back to both thermostats. Also took a static pressure reading across furnace and found that system airflow is at 0.75 one specification and Sarah 0.50 this is due to low airflow. Temperature rise is also above 60 Indicating to me that system is getting very hot. Multiple locations where water has leaked out maybe due to Breached secondary Need to return and schedule furnace maintenance to inspect system
Preformed Ac and furnace maintenance
Performed furnace maintenance on 2 15 year old York units. Cycled systems for heat. Checked indoor units electrical and system components. Temperature rise across heat exchangers is within range for both systems. Blower wheels have slight dust build up. Indoor blower motor amperages are slightly high, but within range. Cleaned off blower and heating compartments. Pulled blower motors off to thoroughly inspect heat exchangers. slight visible hot spots on tubes. Systems have duct board plenums, which have fiberglass. Homeowner has sensitive nose, and duct board plenums can be a huge factor in poor indoor air quality. Primary and secondary Drain pans on upstairs unit are very rusted out and are leaking. Would recommend replacing at least secondary drain pan to prevent ceiling damage from water leaking through. Replaced 1 inch filters. Systems are in working condition, but are getting oldEr and are super Inefficient. Went over full system findings as well as options, including system,repl
Performed Furnace diagnostic on 17-year-old Goodman system. Upon my diagnostic there were a few points or concerns. 1. Found the circuitboard within furnace was experiencing intermittent behavior and was producing a chattering noise within the relays. Ultimately caused the inducer and the indoor fan motor to shut on and off. 2. Indoor blower motor was showing oil leakage from bearing. This can cause the fan motor to lock up and over amp 3. Motor control for capacitor was replaced once as well 4. Airflow was rating .80 exceeding the .10 designed for it on data plate. This could indicate airflow restrictions interfere with heat exchanger Recommendations- 1. Replace circuitboard with aftermarket board to prevent intermittent behavior 2. Replace condensing fan motor to prevent motor lock up
Replaced one motor, need return for 4 ton motor
Upon arrival performed maintenance on 2 furnace units. Temp splits very good. Both indoor moto in great condition. Secondary motor controls in range. Circuit board and electrical connections good. Recommend adding surge protection. Customer declined work. Cycled systems on and off. Sequence of heating in good condition. Electrical dampers in working order. Replaced 1 filter. Did not have 2 20x30x1. Hclient wanted to do heating tune up. Systems were reset tested and fully functional upon departure. Duct seals good. Insulation levels good.
Total after all rebates will be 20641
WARRANTY. Checked freon pressures, checked electrical, checked for error codes. Tightened connections. Found no errors at this time. Unit cooling upon departure.
Performed leak dye search on 15-year-old Goodman condensing unit. Upon my search I started on the outdoor condensing unit to find out the high pressure valve was leaking due a Deteriorated/loose Schrader core. Tightened Schrader cores And applied nylog sealant to threading. After assessing the outdoor unit I proceeded to the evaporator coil in the attic, Found that the evaporator coil is leaking In an unrepairable location. If leak is not fixed R22 refrigerant is consistently leaking out all day long until system becomes flat. Will be writing up options for Tim and having a consultant contact him regarding his options.