Great Service! Technician (Jamie) arrived as scheduled and completed all work as promised. Kepted us informed as to what he was doing thru the entire process. System works great!
Jamie was very professional, gave me all the options for my plan and told me exactly what I need to hear without the fluff.
Friendly and clean
Michael was early and professional. Efficient troubleshooting process and had a solution right away. Great experience
Jimmy was respectful of my home. Wore shoe slippers and a mask. Very professional and responsible young man. He gave me options in regards to my a/c and recommended clean air purifier
Had the best experience with Cool Air Solutions. Called for help with our AC and Luis came out same day and helped us determine what needed to be done. And Darren came out the very next day to go over our options with us. Can’t wait for our new system to be installed. Very satisfied with the customer service!!!
Excellent job. Very informative. Thank you.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 14 year old unit. Homeowner states that upstairs system is not cooling, and it has not been cooling since the summer time. He has been going back and forth with his home insurance on getting them to fix it. Homeowners neighbor does HVAC, and he informed me that system has a refrigerant leak. He added 7 pounds of r-22 refrigerant and has already leaked it out. Neighbor had advised him to have a company perform a isolation test, so he would like a price from us to perform an isolation test to send over to his home insurance. Checked and Verified that refrigerant levels are in fact low and that is why unit is not cooling. System is flat on refrigerant. Isolation test would be the best option to find leak on unit. Also talked to homeowner about system replacement as we were out here in the past to quote for system replacement. Emailing quote to homeowner, system is not operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to do repairs on a 2008 Goodman system. Arrived back on site to install a new plenum, Merv cabinet, New filter, door switch, surge protector, and blower assembly cleaning. Client is aware of all repairs done. Cycled system after install to ensure system operating. Cycled system in heating and cooling to ensure system operating. Client is aware of how system is running and all repairs done today. Client approved all repairs and is happy with all work done. System is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform fall tune up on a 2008 Goodman system. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic client stated no issues. Cycled heating mode on and system was operational. Advised the summary of findings are as followed. Furnace 1. 2008 Goodman furnace located in attic. 2. Found filter dirty and replaced filters. Recommended upgrading filtration to a merv cabinet to reduce amount of dirt entering system. 3. Found system to not have a door switch. Which can be a safety Risk for anyone who works on system. Recommend adding a door switch for switches and be safe to service any time we are out. 3. Blower assembly really dirty and cleaned and wiped down dirt upon blower compartment. 4. Blower assembly is dirty. Wheel dose have dirt build up from dirt entering system. Recommend a blower assembly cleaning to help reduce stress and wear on motor to run more efficiently and stress free. 5. Blower motor is good and free of oil. Amp drawls are in range. 6. Inducer motor is go
Performed furnace maintenance on 2000 carrier System. On my maintenance there are multiple points or concerns that were addressed with Ms. Brown. 1. Indoor blower motor is leaking oil from bearing, dirt and debris has began to collect on the top of the motor this can cause overheating. 2. Found that capacitor has become out of range, This has occurred due to the fan motor using more power than needed 3. Static pressure on system was 1.7. This is way too high and is an indication of air restriction. system is designed for .50 and your system is exceeding that tremendously. 4. Found that secondary drain line has cracked in rotted due to age.this can cause a major flood over or leakage onto the ceiling or other components around it there. there is already previous water stains from the past due to leakage. 5. Slab Evaporator coil Is clogged with Dirt, hair, and skin particles from past years. Need cleaning 6. Entire system from evaporator coil to indoor blower cabinet needs an intensive
Measured system starting load and installed compressor assist kit. Inspected system for odors.
Arrived on site to perform fall tune up on a 2003 carrier system. Furnace and evaporator located in attic client stated no issues. Cycled heating on and system operating. Thermostat is good. Advised the summary of findings are as followed. Furnace 1. 2003 carriers. 2. Filter was dirty and recommended replacing. 3. Found black flex ducting used. Found system restricted of air flow as there is not enough air flow going into system. Would need to add more return 4. Blower assembly and wheel has dirt build up creating stress on motor. 5. Motor is good at this time. Amp drawls are pulling 10.7 and max rated amp is 13.7 indicating motor is showing signs of wear and could fail in future due to itâ€™s condition. 6. Seconds motor control is good and in range. 7. Inducer motor is good and amp drawls are in range. 8. Inspected heat exchanger compartment it self. Found heat exchanger to have a crack from over heating as it dose have heat impingement and hot spots from over heating. Filled wit
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Upon arrival system was not turning on for heat. Cycled system for heat , would not kick on, gas pressure was at .2 when calling. Adjusted outlets gas pressure to 3.5 system is operational, signed client up for esa.
Performed diagnostic on system. Homeowner just moved in to home a couple days ago. She has a strange smell in the home that she canâ€™t figure out what it is, but is more predominant when the AC IS running. Upon arrival, the smell inside the home is that of a wet wood smell, and is more obvious in the back two rooms. Fully inspected hvac components as well as attic but could not pin point anything coming from hvac system. Smell does not seem related to hvac system. Home did get remodeled recently and all walls are freshly painted so there is no wet stain anywhere. After discussing everything with homeowner she was not aware of the age of the equipment, which is 30+ years old. Homeowner is interested in replacing the system as she feel uneasy using it due to the age of the equipment. Turning call over to Darren to come out and give replacement options on Thursday from 4-6.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling system. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated daughter was home heard loud bang in attic and then condenser suddenly starting working harder and making louder noises the. Usually would. Advised client Iâ€™d be inspecting both units. Had client cycled cooling mode. Advised the summary of findings are as followed. Condenser 1. 2006 unit original to home. 2. Fans motor has been leaking oil done shaft of motor. 3. Primary starter showed dark tone discoloration. 4. Secondary motor control is good at this time. 5. Unable to get proper amp drawls reading due to system no working properly. 6. Found lines set icing up after running for couple minute. 7. Unable to check refrigerant pressure due to line sets icing up. 8. R-22 refrigerant used. 9. Disconnect itself has slot of play and is a safety concern to home as it could create a shortage or keep tripping breaker switches Furnace 1. 2006 furnace
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found system non operational. Burnt common wire to secondary control. Compressor does not kick on without hardstart kit, signs of failure for compressor. Replaced motor control & added hardstart to kick on compressor. Client is aware this is a temporary fix. Recommend replacing system.
Tested both system on the cooling mode. Measured indoor temperatures. Tested outdoor motors and measured voltages / amp draws. Tested starters and ru;components. Verified refrigerant charge. Inspected indoor blowers and run components. Replaced filters. Washed coils.
Arrived on site to diagnose 2 2003 Lennox system. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issues other then at night there secondary drain line would drain out side. Advised client I would be inspecting both unit inside and out. Replace filter and check refrigerant pressure in both systems. Advised the summary of findings are as followed. 2 half ton condenser 1. 2003 Lennox unit. 2. Washed condenser inside and out. Unit really dirty. 3. Fan motor has been leaking lots of oil from over working in past. Fan bearings are starting to Seizing up causing motor to work even harder and use up a lot more electricity then normal. 4. Primary motor control has dark tone discoloration on pitting from self wear over years. 5. Secondary motor control is good as it was recently replaced. 6. Compressor start up amps are almost at max, run amps are almost to max As itâ€™s pulling 11.1 amp and max rated at 13.3. indicating compressor is really
Replace existing system with listed equipment
Performed AC diagnostic on one-year-old carrier condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I found that the system was completely flat on R410a refrigerant. 5 ton carrier- 1. Put refrigerant gages on to find that system was completely flat and contained no refrigerant at all. 2. Somewhere within the refrigeration cycle there is a huge leak. 3. Leak can be present somewhere within condenser location, line sets within wall, and evaporator coil. Recommendations- 1. Repair refrigerant leak location, Pressurize system with nitrogen, pull tight vacuum, Break vacuum with 15 pounds of refrigerant.