Great service techs who come on time and explain the problems and equipment. Fast, reasonable.
Jorge of Cool Air is the best! Courteous, timely, and knowledgeable!
Jorge was very knowledgeable and explained what he was doing each step. He also gave me recommendations as to a few minor things needed. He did the repair and when he was done it looked like no one had been here. (clean and effective) I have dealt with a couple other companies. Then when I called Cool Air Solutions it was like yes we want to help you. They gave me an appointment right away, showed up on time and like I said Jorge was a pleasure to deal with. I would recommend Cool Air Solutions to anyone. Thank You for the great customer service and repairs done to our A/C system. Also a shout out to Jorge, your awesome. Thanks Mike
Very satisfied with overall services
Great service and job was done quickly..
Preformed ac tune up on 5 year old Carrier condenser. During the tune up I came across a few points of concerns that need to be addressed. 3 ton Carrier- 1. System was low on R410a refrigerant, there is a leak present in the refrigeration cycle. 2. Compressor savor kit is weak and no longer reducing start up amps for system. 3. Filter was not fitted correctly in the return vent. This is the wrong spot the filter is in. Filter should be slid into bottom of furnace cabinet. 4. Leak should be injected into system to locate leak.
Performed AC maintenance on nine-year-old Goodman condensing unit. Upon my Maintenance I came across a few points of concerns that should be addressed to prevent any type of damage or failure of the system. Goodman condenser- 1. Found the system was low on R410a refrigerant. This indicates that there is a leak somewhere present within the refrigeration cycle. 2. Found the condenser fan motor was rusted out at shaft. This is causing the fan motor to over amp. 3. Starter showing signs of pitting and Burnt marks on contact points. This can lead to failure on start up/shut down in the future. 4. Secondary motor control is weak on fan side terminal due to motor over amping. 5. Compressor pulling 18 A which is incredibly high considering it is not that hard of a day and the low heat load in the home at the moment. Compressor is working harder than needed. 6. System also contains some type of contaminant due to my pressures fluctuating on my refrigerant gages. Recommendations- 1. Inject a l
Performed AC maintenance on 20-year-old two system carrier condensing units. Upon my meetings I came across a few points concerns that were addressed. 5 ton left side of house- 1. Found the king valve on liquid side is leaking refrigerant From valve, valve must be replaced to fix this issue. 2. System is low on R22 refrigerant, This refrigerant was also phased out January 1, 2020. 3. Condenser fan motor pulling high amperage due to windings overheating over the years 4. Compressor pulling high amperage on start up. 5. High-voltage relay showing signs of pitting on contact points this can lead to failure on start up or fuses popping. 5 ton right side of house- 1. Compressor pulling incredibly high amperage on start up due to lock rotors wear and tear. 2. Condenser fan motor also pulling high amperage due to rust on shaft and winding damage. 3. Condenser coil showing signs of coil rot on bottom of system. This is a red flag for refrigerant leaks.
Client reports hearing the outdoor unit try to start. Findings: (1) Opened the outdoor unit's panel and found the secondary motor contoller (battery cap) not providing enough energy to the compressor. (2) Replaced the cap with a new one and tested system operation. (3) The condenser fan motor is operating within manufacturer specifications (1.39 / 1.5). (4) The compressor is operating within manufacturer specifications (11.42 / 17.9). (5) Tested the unit for about 10 minutes. (6) System is operational upon departure.
Installation of 4 Ton Variable Speed XC25 25 SEER Diamond Package
Post job walk
NO COOL. Found system operational upon arrival. Customer states unit cools well then shuts off randomly and wont turn back on. Believes it may need a freon recharge. Checked freon levels and they were in range. Checked compressor amperage and found it running at max amperage. It is only a 80 degree day. Recommend replacing equipment. Unit operational upon departure. Customer set to meet field advisor today.
RETURN/WORK IN PROGRESS. Returned to seal pipe penetrations, tape plenum, and cabinet. Installed filter drier and checked for leaks. Pulled vacuum under 500 microns. Recharged. Unit operational upon departure.
Performed maintenance on 7 year old trane system. Tenants booked the maintenance call for today. Systems is operating as it should but has not been serviced. Cycled system for cooling. Checked indoor and outdoor unit electrical and system components. Found a completely clogged filter inside furnace cabinet. Replaced with a pleated 1 inch filter. Recommended replacing more frequently. Blower wheel Is also dirty. Advised homeowner that drain line has a higher probability of getting clogged when system is that dirty and recommended clearing drain line out. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Primary motor control is in good condition. Secondary motor control is within range. Pulled condenser fan motor and panels and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Compressor amp draws are within range and condenser fan motor amp draws are within range as well. Went over information with tenant. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure. Ã“
Performed Ac maintenance on 2017 Lennox system. System was installed by We Care about two years ago, system has not been maintained since. System is operating as it should but she wants it maintained. Cycled system for cooling. System came on as it should and started cooling. Checked indoor and outdoor unit electrical and system components. Blower wheel and evap coil are both clean. System has a Merv 16 filter that is dirty and should be replaced. Homeowner had put in a 1 inch filter in return register since they did not know where the filter was at, advised homeowner that filter can be removed as the filter is up in the attic. Outdoor compressor amp draws and condenser fan motor amp draws are within range. Primary motor control is in good condition, secondary motor control is in good range. Pulled off all panels as well as condenser fan motor and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Refrigerant levels are in range and system is producing proper temperature split. Repla
Remove existing system and install listed equipment. Permits and HERS test included After Lennox rebate totals $21,752.00
Performed AC maintenance on 1994 carrier condensing unit. On my maintenance I came across A few points of concerns that were addressed. 1. Found the condenser fan motor is leaking oil from the bearing and can cause motor to lock up or pull higher amperage. 2. Secondary motor control becoming week on hermetic side ultimately causing compressor to work harder. The inside terminal is out of range as well due to oil leaking 3. Hi voltage relay showing burnt/putting on contact points. 4. Compressor pulling incredibly high amps due to age and wear and tear 5. Condensing coil wrapped in evasive roots from previous plant. 6. Secondary PVC line for condensate pipe directly to garage floor 7. Indoor blower cabinet completely caked in dirt and hair due to filter not being swapped out enough. 8. Measured refrigerant pressures and found that there may be a restriction within the evaporator coil due to high amounts of dirt and hair 9. System contains a R22 refrigerant Which was completely phased ou
Getting a system up and running out here in Temecula.
Quality control check