Cool Air replied promptly to my call for help with my furnace. The technicin, Luis Mendez arrived punctually, was friendly and respectful, and very knowledgeable. He quickly diagnosed the issue with my heating system, ordered the part and returned as soon as they arrived and completely repaired my furnace. The whole experience was very positive.
Cool Air called me as soon as I submitted an email to Angie's List. Their technician, Luis was here first thing the next morning, diagnosed my problem and got repair underway immediateley. The girl on the phone--Ashley--was SO good--professional and friendly, and kept me informed throughout!
Very helpful and knowledgeable.
The service was great. The technician was phenomenal.
I think Michael and Daniel did an amazing job, very thorough. Michael explained everything to where it was easy to follow along with what he was saying. Both of them were kind, courteous, helpful and patient. Cool Air Solutions, Thank you very much!
Jorge was knowledgeable, taking the time to patiently answer my questions, and making recommendations that helped me make an informed decision. I feel like our HVAC system is in good hands with Jorge and Cool Air Solutions. Quick, safe, professional service, and reliable customer service to back it all up.
Thermostat screen was not operational on arrival, system is cooling and acknowledging control but the display is frozen on the load screen. Replaced with a new M30 thermostat under warranty and updated system settings. Also updated WiFi setting and tested equipment, system is working properly at this time.
AC Maintenance, Upon arrival system is working and operational. I began the Maintenance outside at the condenser, I broke down the condenser and clean the condenser coil with water and our coil solution. I then checked the electrical components, and measured their amp draws. Found heavy pitting on starter. I also tested system refrigerant charge. I proceeded into the attic to check the indoor furnace unit. I checked electrical components making sure all connections are tight, inspected the blower wheel compartment for proper balance and dust or debris on the blower wheel. Also checked out the filter and swapped with a new filter. Recommended surge protection on outdoor unit to ensure the longevity of the unit and protect eRecommended surge protection on outdoor unit to ensure the longevity of the unit and protect the electrical components. Upon departure system is working and operational. Thank you for allowing us to maintain your Air conditioner, - Shane
Inspected system for operation and found system cooling properly with good temperature splits and adequate refrigerant charge. Measured the thermostat calibration and found that after running the system for 20 min the control is off by 2 degrees. The system will shut off after reaching 1 degree below its set point and this is normal but the thermostat was reading 72 and my temperature probe was reading 70. Replaced thermostat with and easy to use Blue Easy Reader thermostat.
$300 will be issued first thing 6/21 to Clients Card. Mateo will be in contact with Service Finance at the same time refunded is issued to increase balance by $2,705
Performed AC diagnostic on 2010 Goodman condenser. Upon my diagnostic apparently the system it stopped running yesterday while it was on and is no longer cooling the home. 1. Found the red wire In the attic was burnt off due to the outdoor starter on the condenser hat starts the system. 2. Starter showed signs of pitting and burn marks on contact points and was creating a very loud buzzing noise due to weak low voltage coil. 3. System was also fluctuating on the pressures indicating that thereâ€™s a contaminate inside the system and it was also slightly low. there was a leak in the past And Is still leaking out at this moment. 4. Amperage for compressor was very high due to wear and tear and will just put the compressor at a higher risk of failing. 5. Outdoor Fan motor was also exceeding recommended Amperage Range Discuss fall condition with Amy and she needs to talk it over with her son regarding what they would like to do but would only want to go through with the minimum repair
Trip charge 29 plus 4 filters 12x24, 14x14, 20x30, 20x30
Tech arrived on site. Found the thermostat slightly off the base. Pushed it in and the unit came on. Checked charge. It was good. Filters were hammered. Inspected condenser. Found the fan motor to be rusted out. Made recommendations on unit. Decided to sign up with the comfort club.
Install Nest Thermostat, Phenomenal Air, Indoor Surge Protector and perform indoor coil cleaning.
Arrived on site. Started cleaning coils of condenser. After that checked electrical. All is good. Started unit up and checked charge. Charge is perfect. Airflow is restricted because of the filter. Temp split is slightly off because of the filter. Air scrubber bulb needs to be replaced.
Tech arrived on site. Performed tune up on an ac unit. Cleaned coils and checked electrical. LRA on compressor was high even with a booster kit. Still under amping. All other amps are good. Unit had good charge and temp split. Replaced contractor because of how pitted it was. Installed blower cap as recommended from last visit. Unit is operational upon departure.
Adjusted the airflow on the thermostat for both heating and cooling. Drained the water heater and flushed the tank. Flushed the air from the hot water lines and lit the pilot and set tank to warm before leaving.
Performed AC maintenance on two systems 2004 Carrier condenserâ€™s. Upon my maintenance there were multiple points of concerns that were addressed with the homeowner. Downstairs condenser- 1. Found the condenser fan motor had significant oil leakage occurring from Bearing and Can Potentially lock up or over heat. Motor already showed signs of failure on start up due to the delay of the motors initial start up. 2.Starter showed signs of burn marks and pitting on contact points this component acts as the brakes for the system. 3. Duel secondary motor control has become weak on fan side terminals. This is initially caused due to the motor using more power than needed 4. System contains R22 refrigerant which was completely phased out January 1, 2020 5. Compressor was also locking out during the stress test which indicates to me that the compressor could potentially be dying. Compressor saver kit Reduce this problem from happening. Upstairs condenser- 1. Condenser fan motor is also leakin
Preformed Ac maintenance on 5 year old Lennox condenser
Upon arrivals performed gas valve replacement. installed and verified system works for heating. Added sediment trap tp system. Also installed indoor and outdoor surge protectors to keep system protected from any power surges. Washed outdoor coils. Re taped insulation that is covering suction refrigerant line. Primary and secondary motor control in range. System was reset tested and fully operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed air conditioning tune up and sensi predict installation. Replaced both leaking condenser fan motors outside. Replaced with high efficiency slow start up motors. Secondary and primary motor control done. Washed outdoor coils with water and indoor air conditioning unit. Indoor secondary motor controls in range. Sensi predict is in working order. System was reset tested and fully functional.