Cool Air Solutions really take care and ownership in the condition and operation of our heating and cooling system. They provide a detail summary of the condition of the equipment and the life expectancy of parts so that we can plan our budget.
Jimmy did a great job and clearly explained everything that was be done.
Professional rep courteous explained what he did
Cool Air came through once again with fantastic service for my air conditioner. Troubleshooting and repair is their specialty.
Mateo and Nathan were great. Thank you.
The service was so great what more can I say
Although tech explained everything he found and recommended - AC is still not working right! Not fixed. Tech said he was calling back tomorrow after talking with manager.
Performed diagnostic. Unit not cooling. On arrival filters have yet not been changed from last visit when they were causing the unit to trip on high pressure. With approval replaced 3 1 inch filters. Thermostat had no power. Went up to roof and disconnect for unit was turned off. Turned disconnect on. System came on. Compressor kicks on but not condenser fan motor. Checked secondary motor control and in range. Checked for power and fan is recieving proper power but not turning on. Condenser fan motor needs to be replaced. Spoke to Amparo and she has to talk to her husband but does not have time to call right now. Will call us back if she wants to move forward with repairs. Turned disconnect off, system is not operational upon departure.
Tech arrived on site. Did maintenance on a ducted mini split system and a head unit. Also a fresh air unit. Fresh air system was extremely dirty. Cleaned it out with a vac and wiped it down. Washed out the washable filters. Cleaned out filters on head unit. Replaced filter for ducted mini split. Cleaned outside condenser coils. Checked out electrical. All was good. Charge is good. Units are operational upon departure.
Unit is System not cooling properly on arrival. All motors are operating. Measured refrigerant pressures and found system completely dry on charge. Recharged system 6 lbs r410A and leak checked every weld and fitting with soap bubbles. Found no signs of leaking at the indoor or outdoor welds, compressor manufacturer welds, service ports, txv or valves. Injected the system with leak detecting dye, this system will need to be inspected for leak dye in a month to find the location of the leak. System is cooling properly at this time.
Performed diagnostic. Thermostat is blank. Condensation switches were added on previous visit. Drain pan is cleared no water in lines and switch is not cutting power. There is power coming to thermostat, but screen is still blank. Thermostat screen has gone bad. Thermostat is still within warranty period and homeowner still has paperwork from when installed by a licensed contractor. Per Dave ok to replace thermostat under warranty. Replaced thermostat. Set up configuration settings and connected to homeowners phone and WiFi. Cycled system through modes. System is fully operational upon departure.
Performed diagnostic on 2012 system. Homeowner states that her system is not cooling. The unit is set to cool and is running but the temperature in the home goes up throughout the day. Cycled system for cooling. Unit kicks on and is blowing air that is slightly cool but not cooling correctly. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Secondary motor control is out of range, which was address on the last visit and has not been taken care of. Hooked up refrigerant gauges to check levels. Found refrigerant levels to be low, which is causing unit to not cool efficiently. Unit most likely has developed a leak. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Homeowner is fully aware of the condition of the system and is aware of work that it needs, and what work it could possibly need in the future concerning repairing a leak. With approval went ahead and charged up unit with 3 pounds of r410A refrigerant. Added leak seal/dye and replaced secondary motor control. System p
Performed furnace maintenance on a house with 2 Lennox systems. Left wing of the house duct runs are tight and free of any obstruction. Condensate lines are clear. Combustion blower is amping within range. Flame sensor was cleaned and reinstalled. Primary blower motor is leaking oil which is a sign of failure. Ignitor is reading out of range. Temperature split is right in range. The Right wing of the house needs a upsize in duct going to one of the rooms. Combustion and primary blower motors are in range and spinning freely. Ignitor and flame sensor read in range and were cleaned. Duct runs look tight and free of obstruction. Single start control is also reading within spec. Both units were were cycled before departure.
Performed AC maintenance on a pair of Lennox condensers. Upstairs cooling split is 22 degrees. Indoor electrical component amperage is in range. Duct runs are sealed, condensate lines are clear. Downstairs unit cooling temperature split is 20 degrees. Condensate lines are clear. Duct runs are good. Outdoor units were chemically washed. Electrical components are in range at this time. Refrigerant levels are ok.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on hvac system. Checked refrigerant levels, system is good and in range for refrigerant, temp split is in range. Compressor is using high energy to run constantly, this can cause high electrical bills. Condenser fan motor is in range. Primary and secondary motor controls were both replaced with heavy duty parts. Tested and verified parts are in range. Hardstart compressor kit is in working order. Ducting does not have any duct seals, called client did not get an answer to go over repairs. Indoor motor is leaking excessive oil and showing signs of failure. Dirty blower wheel. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform maintenance on 2 systems. On arrival found that the home has 4 systems. 3 units for the main house and 1 for the casita. Maintenance program is for 2 units only. After bringing it to homeowners attention he decided that he would like to add a third unit to the program. We will only be servicing the 3 units in the main home. Homeowner also mentioned that his unit in the back is not heating. Performed a diagnostic and found that limit switch was tripped because of a hammered filter. Reset switch, unit started heating. Advised to replace filter as soon as possible or it could happen again. Performed cooling maintenance on 3 units. Checked systems electrical and components. Refrigerant pressures are in range, systems cooling correctly. Pulled condenser fan motors and thoroughly washed all condensers inside and out. Went over recommendations with homeowner. Replaced secondary motor control for middle unit. System are operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2011 carrier unit. Condenser located on side of home and furnace and Evaporator coil located in attic. Cycled system on. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Unit was dirty. Primary and secondary and compressor booster kits were all good as they were replaced last year. Fan motor is leaking oil em age and wear of operation. As itâ€™s pulling max amps of 1.4 amps. Motor is working hard and could fail in future if continues to run same condition. Compressor start up are good and run amps are in range. System pressure are good and in range and cooling home at 20 degrees. Inspected indoor unit. Filter is dirty and needs new one. Blower assembly is really dirty creating more stress on motor and to work harder. Motor is leaking a bit of oil as itâ€™s accumulating oil and dirt on motor. Found motors to be over amping as itâ€™s pulling 8 amps and max rated for 7.9 motor could fail in near future from over ampi. Found secondary motor control to be
Upon arrival found system to not have any power running to condenser, found fuse to be faulty, replaced fuse and ran system. Found hardstart kit that last company installed exploded. Replaced with a fresh hardstart kit, and new fuse, system is running, client did not want to sign up with membership.
Preformed AC Maintenance on three year old 3 Lennox Condenser.
Tech arrived on site and started installing the phenomenal air and the surge protectors. Once installed registered the products. Walked homeowner through setting up the fan settings. Unit is cooling upon departure.
Added refrigerant to a system that has a Schrader core issue last week. System is reading normal operating pressures and subcool per the manufactures data sheet.
Performed tuneup of a Goodman furnace. Heating temp split is 47 in range. Combustion blower is amping in range. Ignitor is reading within spec. Flame sensor was cleaned and reinstalled. Primary blower motor is balanced and amping under the max specifications at this time. System is equipped with a merv filter rack. Filter is ok at this time. Electrical compartment was cleaned as well as then unit itself. System was cycled before departure. Performed maintenance on a Goodman condensing unit. Condenser coils were chemically cleaned. Fan motor is free if any oil leaks and is balanced well. Systems starter is showing signs of pitting. Primary start control is reading within range. Condensate lines are free and clear of any blockage. Compressor is amping ok. Temperature split in cooling is 23. Refrigerant levels are ok. System is not protected.