I had the pleasure of meeting a very professional man from Cool Air Solutions the other day. His name was Jimmy Garcia. He diagnosed the problem quickly. I was happy that my air conditioning system unit was running again. Jimmy clearly explained and answered questions that I asked.
My service tech was great. I didn’t expect to pay as much, but after jimmy explain what was going on, I knew I had to do it. Jimmy needs a raise immediately!
Shane was extremely knowledgeable and went above and beyond to provide a detailed overview of his services performed and their impact on our HVAC system. I appreciate his attention to detail and professionalism in his approach to ensure our system is working safely and efficiently.
Professional, knowledgeable, and thorough. Mike addressed everything that needed attention to get my AC blowing cold and back to new. He provided pictures and described everything that was completed. I was so impressed I decided to sign up for yearly service cause I know this is a company I can trust due to their transparent customer service.
beautiful job, great customer service, friendly, professional
Best service I ever experience. They were fast in the installation. Everything was done in one day.
I had a great experience.They were knowledgeable and were very helpful. They answered all my questions.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on hvac system. Found secondary motor control to be running low on charge. Replaced and got it up to standard spec. Added a compressor hardstart kit to keep amperages low on compressor, and prolong life. Opened up entire cabinet and washed outdoor coils. Washed inside of ac unit. Filter is brand new. Primary starter is in range. Amperages for compressor and fan motor are in range. Thermostat in working order. Went ahead and put system back together, with brand new replacement parts. Secondary motor control has a 5 year warranty with constant membership to keep system maintained.
Returned to replace drain pan. Removed disassembled duct board plenum. Lifted evap coil removed old primary drain pan. Installed new primary drain pan. Secured evap coil to new drain pan. Reattached plenum and drain lines. Poured water onto drain pan to ensure proper water flow and drainage. Water is draining correctly. With coil compartment opened, found that the TXV metering device has been removed entirely from the system. The system is still operating normally and cooling, but long term the unit can potentially have shortened life span due to refrigerant just free flowing inside the unit. Made homeowner aware of concern. System is operational upon departure.
Collected $1000 deposit. Balance of 13849 due upon completion. Left band aid repair in the unit to hopefully last until Instal
Summer AC Maintenance Performed Upon arrival system is working and operational. I began my maintenance at the outdoor condenser by breaking it down and cleaning with water and coil solution removing dirt and debris. I then tested amp draws on system as well as inspected electrical components. I checked system pressures and charge. Upon inspection of outdoor unit I found the compressor to be pulling high amps on start up, recommended a compressor saver kit to lower amp draws and lessen premature wear, I also found that the fan side of the motor control to be below its rated values. I proceeded to the indoor furnace unit. I swapped filter as it was heavily laden with dirt and debris. I checked condensates for functionality and drainage. Inspected electricals for tight connections and wear. Checked blower compartment dust and dirt as well as balance. Upon departure system is working and operational.
Performed diagnostic on 16 year old unit. Homeowner states that system is not cooling. Has not been cooling since Monday. There is air coming out of the vents but no cold air. Checked. Outdoor unit electrical and system components. Found a dead secondary motor control for compressor that was keeping the compressor from turning on. Put in a temporary secondary motor control to further diagnose system and ensure no other issues. Refrigerant pressures on unit seem within range. Amp draws on compressor are extremely close to going over max rated amps. Cut system off and compressor was extremely hot to the touch. Due to how system is operating, it is very likely that the compressor will not make it much longer. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowners. Due to the age and condition of the system and amount of repairs needed, homeowners decided that they would would like to go over some system replacement options. Turned call over to Darren who will be coming over tomorrow at 8
Performed diagnostic. Homeowner had home warranty tell her the drain pan was cracked, but they did not know from where. They told her she had to replace the whole system and she was not having that. At first glance it appeared like the only issue was a clogged primary drain line. Cut and clear drain line and drain line was super clogged. Water started flowing to drain normally. Upon running unit located water coming from the corner of coil compartment. Opened up evap coil and found crack on primary drain pan. Drain pan needs to be replaced. Homeowner approved repair. Went over possible price depending on work needed to be done on that day. Need to order drain pan and return to replace. System is not operational upon departure.
Upon inspection of system I found the wiring from the furnace linking the thermostat and outdoor unit to not have continuity. Wiring was fixed and now has continuity. Upon departure system is working and operational.
Drain lines were reversed. Corrected drain lines. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure.
Found drain lines revered Causing unit to shut down from emergency drain sensor
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 2004 upstairs unit. Spoke over with client and husband stated unit stopped cooling and they have only maintenances units couple years ago when he had repairs made. Cycled unit and found both indoor and out door turning. Inspected out side unit and found compressor was not on. Inspected electrical compartment. Found primary burnt up and black. Recommend replacing. Secondary secondary motor control is completely dead and why unit is not turning on. Replaced and test and checked pressure. Found compressor pulling 12-13 amps and advised client Conor is going bad and reason why secondary motor control keeps going bad. Advised client Compressor is on borrowed time. Pressure are good and home is cooling at 23 degrees. Went over all findings and areas of concerns with client. Client is aware why unit is not turning on. Client stated they are not trying to replace even though they know replacement would be best but as husband stated he is just trying to
Summer AC Maintenance Performed Upon arrival system is working and operational. I began my maintenance at the outdoor condenser by cleaning with water and coil solution. I inspected electrical equipment for wear as well as tight connections. Tested amp draws on system, checked and measured refrigerant pressures and charge. Upon inspection of outdoor unit I found the disconnect to have no electrical safetyâ€™s, recommended and installed surge protection on outdoor unit. I then proceeded to the indoor furnace unit. Inspected ducts for leakage, checked condensates for proper drainage, checked electrical connections ensuring they are tight. Inspected blower compartment for dust and proper balance. Measured temperature split. Upon inspection of indoor furnace I found there to be no surge protection, as well as having no condensate safetyâ€™s. Recommended and installed furnace surge protection and a safety switch. Upon departure system is working and operational. It was a pleasure servic
Collected $1000 deposit. balance due on the completion of installation
Summer AC Maintenance Performed Upon arrival system is working and operational. I began my maintenance at the outdoor condenser by removing the panels and cleaning with water and coil solutions. I inspected electrical components for wear and tight connections. Tested amp draws on system. Checked and measured refrigerant pressures and charge. Upon inspection of outdoor unit, I found the secondary motor control to be below its rated working values as well as the starter was heavily pitted and showed signs of arcing. Upon recommendation member replaced both pieces of equipment. I then proceeded to the indoor heat pump. I measured temp split. Checked condensates and safety switches for functionality. Changed filter. Inspected blower wheel housing for proper balance and dust. Inspected ducts for leakage. Ensured electrical connections were tight. Upon departure system is working and operational.
Upon arrival perform maintenance on hvac system. Circuit board has burn spots on terminals. Secondary motor controls are both out of range for indoor units. Blower wheels are dirty and need some cleanings. Washed outdoor coils. Condenser fan motors are leaking excessive oil. Secondary outdoor motor controls outside are good. Hardstart kits in working order. Refrigerant levels are in range. 1. Dirty blower wheels 2. Secondary motor controls out of range. 3. Condenser fan motors leaking excessive oil Systems are operational, have a few parts that need attention. Client is aware of how system is operating. Signed client up with ESA CLUB.
Perform condensate leak repair. Upon my diagnostic client stated that he had just recently noticed the secondary drain line from the top of the house was beginning to leak water when the AC was running. Verified the primary drain line was clogged up at P-trap inside of the attic and also the P-trap under the sink in the bathroom. Inspected the primary pan inside evaporator coil and could not find any signs of cracks. Preformed cut and clear and ran dry nitrogen to clear any restrictions within the primary PVC line. Primed line also and verify that it was draining correctly back to the sink. Recommended that they signed up on a maintenance plan to keep system at standard and prevent this from happening again but he will discuss this with his wife whether or not they would like to renew their membership. Upon departure your drain lines are clear.