The service technician was thorough, knowledgeable, and explained everything to me in detail.
Knew his stuff
My experience with Luis Mendez was excellent. I found him to be very knowledgeable, capable, and customer friendly. I make it a practice to always think over all upcoming expenses. At this time will think other options over and this should not reflect on him in anyway. Thank you
My service is not complete. Heater ducting was not done and was th old a roofer would come on another date and finish the work. This was not told to me prior. I was told same day installation. Also installed had no idea had to get the thermostat wifi enabled.
Was a great experience, all the guys were very good and respectful.
Luis did an amazing job. A needed to replace a few things in the air conditioner, but after 18 years it was due for some new parts. Now, I should be set for another 10 years (I hope)!
Jamie was the technician helping us out and he was very knowledgeable and efficient. He walked us through the process and was able to provide great, quality service the same day! We will definitely use Cool Air Solutions for our future needs.
Fantastic service! Our tech Jorge was knowledgeable, professional, quick, and the problem with our air conditioner was fixed faster than I ever would’ve thought. Thank you!!!
Preformed Ac maintenance on 4 year old condensing.
arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2016 carriers unit. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Cli Stated no issues and just wanted to get unit inspected since system has never been maintenance and especially since they stated they Have there system running all day long. Client cycled cooling mode. Inspected indoor unit checked all electrical wiring,circuit boards, and components . Checked blower assembly and motor. Checked evaporator coil and drain lines. Found no protection on unit of safety float switches. Washed out door unit inside and out. Checked components. Checked compressor and fan motor amp drawls. Checked refrigerant pressure. Advised they summary of findings are as followed. Furnace 1. Single stage furnace with 2 zones. 2. Construction grade build system. 3. Blower wheel is dirty creating stress on motor. And causing it to over work. 4. Motor is starting to leak oil as it has a layer of oil on motor at this time. 5. St
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found system non operational. Fan motor leaking excessive oil with bad bearing. Secondary motor control was completely out of range. Primary power distributor was pitted and burned at contacts. Did a full condenser rebuild. This is a rental property, wanted to get the most out of system. Checked refrigerant levels they are in good condition. Signed them up with membership to come out and maint central air system. System is operational after rebuild. Electrical connections in tact. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2005 York system. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in upstairs closet. Client stated no issues and that she just moved in and wanted to seethe condition her system is operating at. Inspected indoor unit. Checked all electrical wiring, connections, circuit board, and components. Checked blower assembly and motor. Checked evaporator coil, drain lines and drain pump. Temperature split. Inspected and washed out door unit. Checked all electrical compartment and components. Check compressor and fan motor amps drawls. Checked refrigerant pressure. Cycled system to ensure system operating. Summary of finding are as followed. Furnace 1. Filters dirty. Replaced 2. Blower assembly dirty and creating stress on motor. 3. Blower motor is covered in dirt and oil from over working in past. 4. Blower motor is amping really high and almost to max indicating motor is on its way out. 5. No safety float switches on drain
Cooling Maintenance: (1) Condenser fan motor is operating within manufacturer specifications (12.87). (2) Compressor is operating within manufacturer specifications (.95). (3) The contactor is okay. (4) The battery cap is operating within manufacturer specifications at [(0%) + (-1%)]. (5) Refrigerant levels are good. Refrigerant type is R-22. (6) The outdoor coil was cleaned. (7) The internal service compartment was cleaned. (8) Outdoor coil has little to no damge to it. (9) Found no damaged wires. (10) Tightened the wire connections. Cooling Maintenance: (1) Condenser fan motor is operating within manufacturer specifications (13.96). (2) Compressor is operating within manufacturer specifications (.93). (3) The contactor is okay. (4) The battery cap is operating within manufacturer specifications at [(-3%) + (-2%)]. (5) Refrigerant levels are good. Refrigerant type is R-410a. (6) The outdoor coil was cleaned. (7) The internal service compartment was cleaned. (8) Outdoor coil has littl
Replacement of the condenser and coil only. Including a new lineset.
Arrived on site to diagnose a 2002 aireflow system thatâ€™s not cooling. Upon arrival spoke over to client and they stated unit would work and then randomly indoor unit blower would not operate but condenser and compressor would still be on and operating but no air flow. They Also stated out door condenser would created water as well but not sure from where and compressor would start making loud noises. They stated they have had there neighbor who is in HVAC filed as well has done repairs on both unit in past. Clients turned unit on and system did operate as they stated is would do it randomly. Went inspect indoor unit. Checked power and low voltage and is all good. Jumped blower and blower tune on. Jumped cooling mode and both cooling and blower motor turn on. Advised if I could do a full system evaluation to ensure thereâ€™s is no other issues in system. Inspected out door unit as well. The summary of findings are as followed. Furnace. 1. Faulty circuit board. Having intermittent
Performed AC maintenance on 16-year-old to system condensing units. Upon my maintenance I came across a few points and concerns that were addressed. Upstairs- 1. Found condenser fan motor is leaking oil from bearing, This is caused amperage to be increased. 2. Compressor failing on lock rotor amps well under a load. This can lead to failure of the compressor in the future. 3. Started showing signs of pitting on contact point 4. Secondary motor control has become weak on fan side terminal due to the fan over amping. 5. Service disconnect did not contain any fuses or surge protection 6. System contains restriction Downstairs- 1. Condenser fan motor also leaking oil from bearing 2. Compressor also failing on start up due to lock rotors 3. High-voltage really showing signs of pitting 4. Fan side terminal on secondary motor control is also going out due to fan of amping.
Arrived on site to diagnose a 17 year old system for a not cooling system. Upon arrival talked to client on whatâ€™s goin on. He stated unit stopped cooling 2 weeks ago and havenâ€™t tried to use system. He turned unit on and unit did operate. Inspected indoor unit and it had power and was creating air flow. Went to inspect out door unit found condenser coil is deteriorating on the inside. Also found fan motor not working properly as the fan is blowing air inside condenser and to compressor. Client stated he himself is doing repairs to the unit and he replaced fan motor 2 years ago and Been running like that since. Advised I would trouble shoot and see how he wired it in and to get it to blow air up removing the hot air so I could check refrigerant pressures. Also found fan motor leaking oil. Wired condenser fan motor correctly and is blowing air up removing the heat. Checked refrigerant pressures and found them extremely low and unit is sucking air in which is creating negative press
Performed AC diagnostic on 16 year old condensing unit 1. Upon diagnostic found that compressor was actively energized although not pumping refrigerant through Line sets. Compressor will then go into thermal lock out and cut off but the condenser fan motor Stays energized. I then measured the windingâ€™s from the compressor leads and found that the ohms are no longer equal to each other. Discussed with Gary about replacing compressor and then system will need to be recharged with R 22 Freon which was phased out January 1, 2020 or consider system replacement.
Replacing UV lights on PCO KIT
Arrived to perform a diagnostic. Customer said system was not cooling we installed the furnace in October. We cycled system on indoor temperature was at 85 degrees. Checked merv 11 filter and was really dirty. Replaced and upgraded with a merv 16. Outdoor unit was not running. Breaker to disconnect was off. Switched it on and a loud noise started happening it. Quickly turned it off. Removed the cover and noticed the fan blade was broken off the shaft and the motor was leaking bad. Took pictures and showed customer condition of the system, let her know r22 refrigerant is no longer manaufactured. Customer doesnâ€™t want to replace, wants repairs to keep system alive. Replaced condenser fan motor, fan blade and inserted two pounds of r22. System is cooling down to 51 degrees out of the supply. Cycled system off and on. System is operational upon departure. Customer wants paper invoice mailed to home.
Downstairs system had a low voltage short in the condenser outside. The short was in series with the high pressure switch, keeping the contractor from energizing. The shirt was spliced and the condenser coil was thoroughly cleaned to remove dirt and debris. The filter was checked and is clean. Also inspected the circuit board and found system wired for â€œTWINâ€ on the low voltage terminals, rewired the board correctly for this system configuration. System was tested and is working properly at his time.
Polarity reversed on line voltage wire.
Performed AC diagnostic on two system comfort maker 18 years old. Upon diagnostic From the condenser line sets were freezing up due to no fan returning on and determine that circuit boards have been blown on upstairs and downstairs. Customer had Electrical company out that swapped out motors for free and thermostats with nest. During my diagnostic I found that the circuitboard was not getting supplied 120 V to power in cooling mode on both boards. Also jumped ECM motor out on door switch and motor turned on for upstairs system. Circuit board was hot to touch on both systems. Recommended swapping both circuit boards out on the customer waived repairs