Excellent service! Cool Air Solutions has keep my system in tip-top condition for several years now.
Mr. Tietze arrived on time and explained what he would be doing. When he completed his work, he thoroughly explained what he had done.
Prompt friendly service
Jorge was pleasant, efficient, thorough and patient.
Quick professional and friendly service. Luis was very helpful connecting the thermostat to our WiFi.
I feel that they were very professional.
Shane did a very thorough job. He took pictures and explained everything to me that he did. He’s a very nice young man who I enjoyed meeting him.
We highly recommend Cool Air Solutions. We've used them a few times and Jimmy Garcia is our service technician and is the best in the business! He is professional, knowledgeable and really kind. The company and Jimmy are wonderful to work with, so you will be in good hands if you require their services.
I liked Madison, he was thorough and professional. He's a good technician
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.
Performed two system Heater Maintenance on 2019 Trane. Conducted safety inspection and all components are in range. Recommend that filters are swapped everyone to three months. Systems are new construction grade equipment and weâ€™re not installed with surge protection, Surge protection increases longevity and protect sensitive components. Client is also interest 5 in filter upgrade. Will be sending Info over regarding recommendations. System was reset and tested. Heaters are fully operational upon departure.
Tested downstairs furnace for operation. Inspected safeties and monitored operation. Cycled both systems multiple times. Checked both units for air leaks.
Performed furnace maintenance on a 2008 Goodman furnace. System started up good. Customer has a Nest Pro. Duct runs are sealed. Heating temperature split is in range at 45. Filter was changed with a customer provided Merv 16. Flame sensor was cleaned. Sensors and switches were tested for correct operation. Blower wheel is not too dirty and spinning well. Motor is free from any leaks. Battery cap is good. Condensate lines are clear but has no overflow switch. Inducer motor is amping in range. Ignitor was measured and recorded. Homeowner is aware of the risk of not having any overflow protection. System was operational at end of appointment.
Performed heating tune up on the package unit. Tested thermostat and inspected burners. Measured temperatures and replaced air filter. Measured the voltages and tested the blower motor. Monitored ignition. Replaced other system thermostat.
Arrived on site to perform tune up on a 2014 airflow unit. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and Evaporator coils located in attic. Client stated units original to home. Filters have never been replaced and replaced filter. Blower wheel is okay just slightly dusty due to lack of maintenance. Motor is good. Evaporator coil is good at this time. Drain lines are good just only one primary to evaporator coil and no safety overflow switches on lines. Recommend adding so to protect ceiling from water overflow. No protection on unit and recommended adding surge protectors to protect systems from electrical surges and power outages that can damage or even short out systems and components. Cycled unit and went over all findings and recommendations with client. Client is aware of how unit is running and itâ€™s condition and how unit is running. Client did hold off on recommendations. Cycled system to ensure system operating. System is operational upon departure.
Performed air conditioning maintenance. Replaced air filter. Tested both zones, measured temperature splits. Verified refrigerant charge and the checked drain lines. Recorded voltages and motor amp draws. Tested controls on outdoor system and cleaned condenser coil.
Tech arrived on site, cleaned condenser coils and electrical panels. Checked motors and refrigerant charge. Coils were dirty, same with the filter. Replaced customer supplied filter. Recommend surge protection on all the units. Units are operational upon departure.
Tech arrived on site. Gave estimates for improving hvac system.
Performed Ac maintenance on 2020 system. Cycled system for cooling. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Merv filter is dirty and should be replaced, homeowner wants to order it from amazon and replace himself. Temperature split is in range and system is cooling efficiently. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Amp draws are in range. Primary motor control is in good condition. Secondary motor control and compressor booster kit is within range. Pulled condenser fan motor off as well as condenser cage and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Cycled system, system is fully operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 2001 Lennox unit. Tenants stated they notice home getting warm and unit was on it they went out side and saw outside fan not spinning. Called us and out tenants stopped using unit. Inspected unit and found fan seized up and not spinning. Airflow was operational in home. Inspected all electrical compartment and components. Start was really burnt up from operation. Secondary control was boarder line from bad. But still operational advised should consider replacing before gets gets and bad. De to age advised should have a booster kit to help preserve compressor from hard start up every start up. Fan motor was completely bad. Tenant stated unit was cool good before. Called Bob and went over all findings. Advised of minimum repairs and findings and all over areas of concerns with unit. Went over all findings with client advised now is the time to consider full system replacement due to the age and condition, R-22 refrigerant and repairs needed. Co
Customer called in and said system was working fine now. Call back cancelled.
Performed AC Diagnostic and comfortmaker Unit. Upon arrival client stated that the system has been working properly But has recently noticed that the secondary drain line on the side of the house has been draining out a lot. They have no prior information on how the system looked or what the condition of it is in at the moment nor did inspector say anything about the unit. During the diagnostic I found multiple points or concerns that were addressed with the homeowner. Primary drain line was heavily clogged and homeowner cleared out P-trap under sink. Return duct is Pretty much disconnected from the top of the heater which can result in a lot more condensation and higher energy bills. System is also heavily caked in dust and debris. Evaporator Coil has no secondary drain pan underneath and also has shown signs of prior flooding in the attic. The system is at a very high risk of leaking and also has no secondary float switch. Client does not want to sign up on maintenance plan at the mo
Performed AC maintenance on a Air Flo condenser. Systems cooling temperature split is 17 degrees. Condensate lines are clear, indoor amp draws are ok. Outdoor unit www chemically washed. Compressor bay snd service panel were cleaned of debris. Compressor was not cycling on when disconnect was pushed back in. You had to wait a minute before pushing the disconnect back in for the compressor to start. This is indicative of a very tired and old compressor. The compressor run amps are at max per the spec sheet. Starter was burned up, this was replaced today. The customer is fully aware of the fragile condition of his unit. The goal for this unit is to last a year or two as they are moving out of state. System was running at end of appointment.
Tech arrived on site. Found 1 4 ton split system cooling. Oil was around the condenser. Client said it made a hissing sound when it shut off. Took apart the condenser and noticed the coils were dirty. Used a IR leak detector to check for refrigerant leaks. Found none. Checked charge. It was good. Documented it. Cleaned condenser coils. Leak client know to monitor the oil leakage to see if anything more happens. Unit is operational upon departure.
Performed AC diagnostic on 2010 condensing unit. Upon arrival client stated that the system is no longer blowing cold air. During the diagnostic I found that the condenser fan motor was no longer spinning due to a defective component. Found that deal secondary motor control was defective on fan side terminal and condenser fan motor is over amping. Refrigerant levels are in range. Replaced condenser fan motor and duel secondary motor control. Signed client up on maintenance to keep system at standard. Components were installed and system is operational and cooling upon departure