My background is 34.5 yrs in facilities maintenance writing estimates and jobs for repairs, construction and final inspection. These guys are fantastic. We have used them for repairs and new installation. From the staff on the office, Darren (sales & follow up) coming to discuss components, options, recommendations, pricing and time frames for installation and the crews sent out to do the work these people have been the best. Very professional, polite and do excellent work. They are fast and do great work. You can’t even tell they were there when they’re done. You get what you pay for. It’s not just the cost of materials but the cost of qualified/certified technician’s doing the installation is most important. I have no problem recommending then to anyone.
Had my heating system done by Cool Air. Jimmy G and Madison did an excellent job. Explained all the every details their doing. And give good recommendations how to make your investment last long.
CoolAir Solutions’ associates are punctual, professional, knowledgable, and enthusiastic. Their customer service has been top-tier since day one.
Mike was very professional and personable while performing our service. We look forward to our summer service.
Fro the moment I called to schedule an appointment, it was smooth sailing. Everything was thoroughly explained by the tech, and he called to let me know he was coming. The maintenance check was explained, photos were taken, and numbers and readings were discussed. Our equipment is over 24 years old, but options were available for repair. We will most likely replace with new equipment with Cool Air Solutions.
Very knowledgeable and great customer service
Mr Pearson did an outstanding job. Give him a pay raise / promotion ASAP
I’m glad I hired Cool Air Solutions last year to handle my Home HVAC maintenance. My recent service reconfirmed that I made the right decision using them.
Jimmy was very professional and did a great job explaining everything.
Inspected system venting and ducts for airflow. Checked the ducts in the attic and made sure nothing was disconnected. Inspected the collars at the coil and tested the system in heat. Installed a small ribbon to the bathroom vent per the client to show the airflow during operation.
Arrived on site to perform furnace diagnostic. Tenant states furnace is not working, it sounds like itâ€™s gonna turn on but then it never does and just shuts off. Cycled system for heat. System is going through proper sequence of operations, but Ignitor is not turning on. Checked for voltage at Ignitor and it is recieving proper voltage, but still not kicking on. Ignitor needs to be replaced. Spoke to homeowner over the phone and she approved repairs. Replaced Ignitor, system is now functioning properly and heating. Homeowner approved to run card over phone. Cycled system. System is operational upon departure.
Performed AC/furnace maintenance free with install. Maintained AC system and heater inspection on 2020 Lennox system. Upon my maintenance I found that the condenser located outside was completely covered in dust and debris from the surrounding environment this was heavily restricted can cause complications and cooling if left in this condition and not cleaned off every year. Refrigerant pressures checked out properly and compressor amperage and outdoor fan motor were in range. Clean condenser coil as well. Further in the maintenance I performed a heating inspection/maintenance found everything checking out properly. Measure static pressure in range. Flame sensor was cleaned igniters is in proper resistance rating. Filter was swapped out recommend every year. Zone damper controls opened up on command. Indoor Blower motor good condition no oil leakage. Discuss full condition with Chris and recommended that he signed up for a maintenance plan to keep the system at a standard if condenser
Arrived on site to perform combo tune up on a 2013 Trane system. Furnace located in garage and condenser located in back yard. Upon arrival client stated she is having issues with thereâ€™s heater is not turning off. Advised I could diagnose and face fee and see what her issues. Cycled her thermostat in heating mode 3 times and system system was operating properly and fan dose have a delay after they shut off thermostat and their fan stays running to cool system down. Continue to do maintenance. Washed condenser inside and out checked all electrical compartment and components and wiring. Fan motor is okay condition. Primary control is starting to get pitting and dark discoloration on contact points. Secondary motor control is good and in range. He led amp drawls on compressor and fan motor. Compressor start up amps is almost at max as itâ€™s pulling 109.8 and max rated at start up is 120. Run amp are up pulling 8.0 amps and max rated at 14. Recommend adding a compressor booster kit to
Perform furnace maintenance On 2001 Lennox Heater. Did a safety inspection and electrical maintenance on heater. During the maintenance as I came across a few points of concerns that were addressed with the new homeowners. Furnace- 1. Found that thermostat was firing up in heating mode incorrectly by turning on the indoor blower first due to it being swapped into electric heat pump mode rather than gas mode. This is caused by the gas mode relay not working properly 2. Found single secondary motor control itâ€™s rating at 41.78 ÂµF +-5%. This is coming incredibly close to 42 and will be considered a weak motor control and will not be able to fire up or potentially cause the motor to over amp and overheat 3. Gas line did not have drip leg to increase life of gas valve. Not up to code. 4. Indoor blower cabinet was covered in dust and debris 2 to 1 inch filter not being swapped out consistently enough 5. Evaporator coil did not have secondary flow switch to prevent flooding that may occur
Performed AC diagnostic On 2005 Goodman condenser. Upon my diagnostic I found that the system was non-operational since December. Found that power disconnect was laying on ground potentially someone may have taken it out. Insert of power disconnect back in and found that condenser fan motor and compressor weâ€™re not kicking on. Further investigation shows that the secondary duel run battery cap Was bad on both terminals. This is ultimately caused due to the compressor using more power than needed. Replaced battery cap with turbo cap And system fired up correctly. Condenser did contain R22 refrigerant Which was completely phased out January 1, 2020. Checked both systems in front of the other battery cap was becoming weak on second condenser. Both starters had pitting on contact points. Proceeded to indoor units and found that both filters were the wrong size in heavily covered in dust and debris looks like they havenâ€™t been swapped out for a couple years. Opened up both furnaces and
Performed two system furnace maintenance on Goodman heaters. Perform system safety inspection and maintenance and found a couple points of concerns that were addressed with the homeowner. Downstairs furnace- 1. Found that flame sensors were oxidized and corroded this can cause complications on ignition for the furnace and heating mode 2. Inspected indoor blower cabinet and found dust debris caked on scroll wheel in walls of furnace. This is caused due to 1 inch filters not being swapped out enough 3. Static pressure was 0.71. Recommend specification is 0.50 4. Temperature rise was in range 5. System was not equipped with surge protection for longer longevity of parts on furnace Upstairs furnace- 1. Also found that flame sensor was not in good condition this can lead to failure in heating mode 2. Found an indoor blower cabinet was heavily covered in dust and debris recommend the filters are swapped out at least everyone to three months to reduce bad indoor air quality. Recommended at
Upon arrival performed maintenance on heating system. Indoor motor and wheel are in good condition. Circuit board and transformer are good. Dusted off all burners and electrical components. Checked limit switches. Cleaned and sanitized caging of furnace. System is very clean inside, pretty much rebuilt with modern parts. Heat exchanger has a lot of heat spots client is aware. Client is happy with system. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Performed diagnostic on 19 year old ComfortMaker system. Homeowner states that furnace is not working. They have had a Ignitor replaced in the past and think itâ€™s the same issue. I cycled furnace for heat. Verified proper heating sequence of operations. System is not igniting. Checked for voltage and Ignitor is not recieving voltage. Checked connections and everything is properly secured. Circuit board is not sending Ignitor voltage, board needs to be replaced. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Spoke about replacement vs repair. Homeowners are still currently paying the last repairs that they financed and are not in the position to replace. Want to repair it for the time being. Need to order circuit board and return to replace. Signed homeowner up on monthly ESA maintenance program and waived Diagnostic fee due to repair. System is not operational upon departure.
Replaced flame sensor, heat shield and heat shield gaskets, and fresh air fuel plenum under warranty. Increased blower fan speed From medium low to medium high. Tested temperature rise with is 40 degrees and within range. The heat shield warped due to the factory gas pressure being set to high. The gaskets and hoses were replaced not because they were needed but because they part of the area that failed and should be replaced to keep the system in like new condition. Air flow was increased to provide more flow to the downstairs. Along with this adjustment the ducts were inspected and are properly attached and routed. Found 3 registers partially closed upstairs and opened these supply vents. During the heating season it is not recommended to close any supply air registers. System is operating properly at this time.
Installation of (2) Lennox 16 SEER Single Stage Air Conditioners with High Performance coils and Single Stage Furnace. Client is putting down $5,566 with PAPER PAYMENT, any result of failure of papery payment will void cash/check discount that is applied
Performed routine for maintenance on two carrier furnace is in Temecula. Replaced both air filters and test and verify correct operation of system. Recommend replacing some of the components and adding some components to keep the system running longer.
Increased the fuse disconnect box size and changed out the 30 amp fuses with 35 amp fuses. Grounded the low voltage wires for both heat pumps. Tested equipment on both stage 1 and auxiliary heat. Labeled the breaker panels for the main house systems
Technician arrived on site to perform 2 maintenances on 5 ton units. Checked the following for system 1 (unit with kitchen) - checked flame sensor- okay -hot surface igniter ohms- good -inducer motor amps- good -blower motor amps- good - safety switch are good - airflow is good except to the living room and kitchen. Going to talk to field supervisor get a game plan to correct issues. Second system -checked and cleaned flame sensor- good -hot surface igniter ohms- good -inducer motor amps- good -blower motor amps- good - safety switch are good Systems mechanically are looking good at this time for their age. Recommend keeping up with tune ups to ensure they last awhile longer.