Our experience was outstanding, immediate response by your staff was fantastic, they let us renew immediately on two different accounts. They scheduled a technician the next day at out home. Jimmie arrived on time, he was helpful, knowledgeable, courteous, very detailed, and worked to make the experience fun but was still very professional. We enjoyed having him come into our home. He is someone you'll want to keep in the future. We are going to keep your company's service in the future.
Very friendly and professional service
Great service, polite technician who explained everything well and was very thorough.
Luis was on time, courteous, and helpful.
Luis did a excellent job. He was polite and courteous. He took pictures, explained what was going on, and answered questions. He did a good job!
Great! Personal smart. He will provide a future solution
Michael checked everything and changed 4 filters. He wore a mask and booties and explained a minor issue thoroughly. We are happy w his service...
The entire Cool Air Solutions was very professional, courteous, efficient and knowledgeable during my experience, from start to finish. Very competitive quote and high service level. Highly satisfied with them.
Arrived to diagnose. Customer system was running and blowing warm air. Has been like that for a few days. Changes filter twice a year, recommended changing every three months. She jus recently replaced it. We cycled system on, only indoor unit turned on, not the outdoor. Opened electrical compartment, checked power coming in get 240v, 27low volts primary was engaged but no power. Inspected primary and the contacts were burned, not allowing it to engage. Secondary motor control rated 70/5 reading 50.9/4.2 low on both ends on compressor and fan motor. Customer gave approval to replace both, system kicked on, refrigerant pressures are good within limit. Cycled system off and on. System is operational upon departure, Customer signed up for maintenance membership plan
Diagnostic on Ruud Condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I found that the secondary motor control compressor side terminal had completely melted. This had been caused due the the energy consumption and high amping pull of your compressor. Swapped original secondary motor control with new one. Refrigerant levels checked out good and amps draw was 13 upon departure.
Deposit of 1133. Balance due 15000 will be paid with service finance
Job walk and adjust dampers
Replace both systems with listed equipment. Permits/HERS included. $27,692 Due upon completion. After Lennox rebate total $27,022
Performed maintenance on the system for the cooling cycle. Tested the thermostat and checked both filters, these were clean so I left extras. Measured the indoor temperatures and monitored outdoor condenser operation. Tested voltages and motor amp draws, checked starter and run component. Cleaned the condenser coil and the bottom. Checked the fan motor for faults. Checked the condenser disconnect fuses. System is working properly at this time.
Upon arrival found system to be non operational. Found secondary motor control to be out of range. Replaced with new heavy duty part. System is operational and cooling. Customer doesnâ€™t know how long they will be in home so they want minimal repairs.
Replaced Merv 11 filter
Performed AC maintenance on 16 year old, two systems condensing units. Upon my manager came across a few points and concerns for each system and they were addressed and they are the following- Carrier 3 ton- 1. Found the condenser fan motor is leaking oil from the bearing, this can cause the motor to burn out or lock up. 2. Found that compressor was pulling high amps on start up And can be reduced for the compressor saver kit. 3. Contactor showing signs of pitting on contact point about 80% 4. low-voltage wiring is exposed on outdoor unit. Recommend running new thermostat wire 5. Secondary motor control weak on Fan side terminal due to fan over amping. 6. System contains R22 refrigerant Which was phased out January 1, 2020 Carrier 3.5 ton- 1. Condenser fan motor leaking oil from bearing as well and pulling higher amperage. 2. System is low on R22 refrigerant, a leak is Present because system was charged up once already. 3. Low-voltage wiring also exposed and stripped 4. Compressor p
Collected $750 by check. Balance due paid by check will be 6964
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling on downstairs system. Upon arrival Spoke over with client. They stated son hit thermostat and ripped off the wall and system no longer worked. Thermostat stated low batteries so replaced batteries that client supplied. Thermostat still not operational. Test wires and jumped system on the thermostat side and system was operational. Jumped system from furnace, system was operational. Advised client thermostat is the issue. Cycled system to ensure system is now operational and cooling. Went over repairs and replacement options. Client just wanted to get system up and cooling for the time being. Client did want to go forward with replacing thermostat with a Honeywell T4 Pro only. Installed and cycled system to ensure system is operating after install. Client is aware of the age, condition, and how his system is operating. System is operational and cooling upon departure.
Coil replacement. Includes system pump down, installing new evaporator coil, R410 and labor, and And system pressurized with nitrogen.
Upon arrival found system non operational. Found breaker to tripped. Checked terminals found compressor to be shorted out. Passed maintenance system was working over max amps. Darren taking over call.
Arrived on site to diagnose a 3 month system for not cooling and making rattle noise. Upon arrival spoke over with client and he stated unit stopped working on Saturday and hasnâ€™t tried it since unit stopped. Client stated it might be related to our system install. Client cycled system in cooling mode. Inspected out door unit. Checked primary and secondary control are good. Checked refrigerant pressure and are good as well. Checked indoor unit. Found insulation really bad and old worn out. But system was operating and cooling. Tested and cycled thermostat A couple time on and off to ensure thermostat isnâ€™t bad. Went to inspect that condenser is turning on and found liquor suction line is starting to freeze up. Shut condenser off. Went to indoor unit found blower not turning back on. Jumped thermostat and blower turns on. Jumped thermostat and turned Ac on from circuit board and system will not operate. Advised client is having with 1993 furnace that is currently in home. Went over
Return visit to install an air scrubber in the kitchen system, also replace two leaking condensing fan motors, and install three compressor saver kits to help preserve life of the compressors so they donâ€™t work hard in the summer months. Cycled all systems off and on. Systems and air scrubbers are on. Systems are operational upon departure.