Madison is a caring perfectionist who knows his stuff and offers unbiased and informed suggestions. I’m so glad he was the technician who worked to get my system working. I recommend him 110%!!!
He was wonderful and very informative about air purification
All I can I am a Happy camper!
I have been using Cool Air solutions for my furnace/ AC unit since I bought my home in 2017. The employees have always been polite and courteous. They have always tried to explain what they are doing and how the system is working. Most recently I had an employee by the name of Daniel Tietze do the routine maintenance on my units. Not only did he explain everything but he also took pictures to show me what was happening and wrong with the furnace in my attic and why my AC was noisier than normal. He also helped me to get a better fitting filter in place. Truly a wonderful and professional person and it was a painless experience. I learned a few things too. Thanks so much for taking care of my home and my family.
Luke did a fine job servicing my heater.I appreciated his efforts to abide by the Covid procedures while he was here. Very polite and friendly. Thank you Luke. Jane Gorsky My husband Paul passed away 12/10/2019. Please update your records to my name..
Explaining everything done, and got our unit up and running yay😊
Very prompt. Very professional. Got the job done on the 1st visit. Did not try to upcharge..
Tech arrived on site. Condenser was not operational. Found the capacitor had failed. Fan motor was extremely rusty. Installed temporary capacitor for testing purposes. Found the condenser fan motor to be amping at MAX. contractor was pitted. Went over repair and replacement options. Client wants to replace in the off season. Went forward with the electrical rebuild. Condenser is now operational and cooling great. Charge and temp split are good. Motor amps are within range. Cleaned condenser coils for AC tune up. Unit is operational upon departure.
Cleared secondary condensate drain pan water. Inspected piping to ensure correct plumbing. Tested primary drain with water in pan. Ran system for 30 min to make sure system with drain properly.
Tech arrived on site. Found the condenser to be not operational. Inspection found a bug stuck in the contractor. Removed bug and tested unit. Gave customer pricing on recommend repairs. Customer declined all repairs. Customer only wanted to pay service fee. Declined comfort club.
Performed diagnostic. Homeowner states system seems like itâ€™s cooling but not exactly how it should, feels like it should be colder. Cycled system for cooling. Checked system electrical and components. Gauged up to system to check refrigerant pressures, found system low on r-22 refrigerant. Fully evaluated system and Also found a weak secondary motor for compressor, and condenser fan motor has been leaking a significant amount of oil. Could not take accurate amp draws on compressor due to it being low on refrigerant. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Explained that refrigerant should never need to be added to a system, should a system ever need refrigerant a leak has more than likely developed. Homeowner is fully aware of the condition of the system, as well as any leak repairs that may be needed in the future. With homeowner approval, went ahead and recharged system with 3 pounds of r-22 refrigerant. Also added leak sealant and dye. Replaced secondary motor con
Repaired low voltage short in the thermostat wire from the indoor circuit board to the outdoor condenser. Added a small amount of refrigerant to the system and replaced the filter.
$40,640 due upon completion. After Lennox rebate of $1010.00 Total $39,630 2-1 system conversion Financing Available- 0-down 18 Months 0% interest or 0-down 120 month 6.9% without pre-payment penalties $515 per month or GoGreen finance with rates between 2.89-5.49 with loan terms up to 15 years.
Performed diagnostic on 7 year old Lennox system. Met with Chrisâ€™s wife, Chrisâ€™s parents are the homeowners. System stopped working a couple days ago. It is not turning on at all and not blowing any air throughout the house. Cycled Susie, for cooling. Found indoor and outdoor units completely unresponsive. Checked for power at indoor unit. Reset breaker. Transformer was receiving power but was extremely hot to the touch. System came on and started Cooling. Recommend replacing transformer. They stated that a couple days ago they tried to plug in a portable air conditioner into the outlet, and them the unit wasnâ€™t working since then. Portable AC most likely caused a power surge to the unit and caused some damage to the transformer. Spoke to Chris over the phone and approved immediate repair. Needs to talk to his parents about everything else. Replaced transformer. System is operational upon departure.
Performed AC maintenance on a Carrier System. Cooling temperature split is 23 degrees. Condensate line is clear and installed at a correct angle. Attic unit is equipped with a drain pan snd overflow switch for added protection. Duct runs are sealed and mounted for good airflow. Indoor blower motor is clean and amping in range. Outdoor unit was chemically cleaned. Compressor bay was cleaned today. Compressor and fan amp draws are in range at this time. Customer signed up for a twice a year maintenance plan in order to keep her system working at optimum level. System was cycled before leaving.
Technician arrived on site. Condenser was not operational. Secondary motor control had failed. The common wire was also burnt. Fan motor was operational but drawing high amps. Installed turbo 200x, new contractor and condenser fan motor. Outdoor temperature was low. Making it difficult to check charge. Super heat is high and vstat is low at this time. Compressor and motor amps are good at this time. During maintenance will check out the charge during idea temperature settings.
Preformed condensation line repair. Client stated that secondary has been draining out the side for a couple of days now. Inspected drain lines in the attic and found that the primary Is indeed blocked up. Preformed cut and clear on drain lines, ran dry nitrogen to clear ant debris. Primed drain line to confirm proper drainage. If leakage continue can also be related to crack evap coil pan. Upon departure system is draining out of primary.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 2015 Goodman unit. Client stated unit isnâ€™t cooling as good and airflow is coming out cold. Found bout door not turning on. Thermostat is operational in cooling mode. Found unit to be tripped from low pressure Switches that tripped lockout mode on out door unit. Reset system and cycled and unit turned on. Checked pressure On unit and found them low on charge. Advised due to age of unit possibility of a leak present and could be escaping over time. Would recommend charging up system and adding leak dye or a leak dye and sealant in case the leak is small thereâ€™s a chance it could seal it up if not leak dye is still in system and will help identify where itâ€™s leaking. Also found secondary motor control is bad and out of range as itâ€™s rated for a 40 and has 35 on compressor side. Advised secondary is going bad due to Compressor low on charge and working really hard. Advised client of findings and she spoke it over with husband on the phone
We will be moving the heater into the attic and relocating the ac to the side of the house. We will be adding 3 returns and modifying both master bedrooms and adding another vent in both. We will be disposing the old equipment and sheet metal upper and lower holes in the closet. This does not include engineer fees and any additional work needed if we need to change anything per engineer.
Residential Warranty. Homeowner states there is a loud sound coming from the outdoor unit that was there before. Cycled system for cooling. Found an extremely loud buzzing noise coming from primary motor control. Replaced primary motor control. Cycled system, no more buzzing noise and unit is much quieter. System is operational upon departure.
Performed diagnostic on 5 year old unit. System is not cooling. Found outdoor compressor not turning on. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Found a bad secondary motor control keeping the compressor from turning on. Replaced secondary motor control, compressor kicked on and system started cooling. Refrigerant pressures and amp draws are within range. Temperature split is good. Filter needs to be replaced, did not have size on my van and homeowner will be replacing it himself. Went over adding surge Protection to unit as well as the maintenance program. Wants to hold off on any other work for today. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure.