Jimmy is super knowledgeable and taught us everything about our AC and furnace...how they work, what parts are in good shape, what parts are deteriorating but don’t require changing yet, and what needs attention now and then he prepared three different lists with prices of what kind of repair we could make at this time. Jimmy is very personable and is an asset to your company. Give him a raise, he’s the type of employee you want to keep around because he’s making your company look great and I will be a repeat customer because of him!!
Tyler was very informative and on point with his answers. He was a gentleman and very professional.
Nice technician ~ Jaime was thorough, professional and polite.
Had Coolaire out to look at warm AC. Had just had them move the AC in June. The tech got us up and running in no time. Can’t say enough about the quality of the staff, techs and the company overall. 5 stars all the way.
Knowledgeable technician and open to explaining service
Truly great service. Both technicians were friendly and professional.
Adjusted a few airflow dampers. Will follow up with customer.
Upon arrival performed maintenance. Indoor motor is completely covered in dirt and debree. Blower wheel is having heavy amounts of dirt and debree staying on. This is causing motor to work harder then usual. Transformer starting to look weak due to age and electrical connections. Filter was washed. Heat exchanger has a lot of heat stress marks. Overall condition system is in bad conditon, poor filtration.
WORK IN PROGRESS. Customer wanted us to check the bottom system since inspector noted that the unit turns on ac no matter what. He also stated inspector noted no airflow to one of the rooms. He found a duct disconnected and wants us to reconnect it. Inspector also noted the damaged ductwork. 1. Found faulty thermostat with the ac issue. It calls for cooling at both heat and cool. Weâ€™ll replace when we come back to do the ductwork. 2. Disconnected duct is for the downstairs system. Duct is lined with asbestos material. Customers project manager will reconnect. 3. Measured and collected information needed to replace ductwork. Customer is having the pest control company come out today to set rodent traps. He will call us in a couple of weeks to install after the rodents are taken care of. Collected 10% deposit today. Remaining balance due upon completion.
Inspected the system for faults and diagnosed the circuit board as defective. The board has power and does have 24 volts but is not sending low voltage to the outdoor condenser. Jumped the circuit board and the fan motor is energizing but the board does not send power to the outdoor condenser. Tested outdoor battery cap and jumped starter to ensure motors are running properly.
$335 will be credited to customer once system is installed
Performed diagnostic on 2004 Lennox AC system with 2000 Rheem furnace. Homeowner states that system is not cooling, only blowing warm air. Cycled system for cooling. Indoor unit kicks on and is blowing air. Outdoor unit is unresponsive. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. System is recieving proper high voltage power as well as low voltage command, still not kicking on. Found a secondary motor control was completely blown up and was not allowing system to kick on. The way this completely blew the top off can potentially mean there is more underlying issues that caused this to happen. With homeowner approval went ahead and replaced secondary motor control to perform thorough evaluation of system. After replacing secondary motor control System kicked on and started cooling. After full evaluation , Found That condenser fan motor is working harder than itâ€™s supposed to and is at Max amp draw capacity. Compressor is also working extremely hard, and is very close to goin
RETURN. RETURNED TO SEARCH FOR LEAK. FOUND SMALL LEAK IN EVAPORATOR COIL. CUSTOMER HAS THE HOUSE SOLD AND IT SHOULD PASS INSPECTION. FOUND DUCTWORK CHEWED BY RODENTS. CUSTOMER IS GOING TO SEND ESTIMATE TO INSURANCE COMPANY. WILL CALL US BACK TO SET UP APPOINTMENT. OPERATIONAL UPON DEPARTURE.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on Bryant unit. Refrigerant levels very good. Found system to be over amping. Compressor is running over 31 amp draws, max is 27amperages. Condenser fan motor good. Tempmsplits in good range. 49 degrees from supply vents. System is inefficient, running extremely hard has a big load and can cause high electrical bills. Compressor running over max amperages is signs of premature failure. 1. Compressor running over factory max amps 2. Condenser fan motor good. 3 secondary motor control good 4. Refrigerant levels good. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Performed diagnostic on 2005 system. Tenant states that over the weekend the system stopped cooling. It will still blow air but it is not cold air. Had been running fine before then. Cycled system for cooling. Indoor unit kicked on normally. Outdoor unit condenser fan motor is not kicking on, however compressor is. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. System is recieving proper high voltage power as well as low voltage command, but fan is not turning on. Condenser was completely full to the top of pine leaves. Pine leaves had actually wrapped inside condenser fan motor and got it stuck. Removed pine leaves from fan motor, fan motor still did not kick on. Found a bad secondary motor control causing fan motor not to kick on. Fan motor could also possibly be damaged. With approval, went ahead and replaced secondary motor control. Cycled system on, fan came on and started cooling. Condenser fan motor is starting to leak oil and amp draws on it are fairly high. Compressor
Performed diagnostic on 31 year old Carrier system. Homeowner states that his system is not cooling, indoor fan is turning on and off but condenser does keep running. He had an issue similar too this in 2017 and his buddy replaced the circuit board, told him that his unit was old but in good condition. I cycled system for cooling. Outdoor condenser kicks on normally, indoor fan motor goes on and off. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Found that thermostat is sending proper signal to board to turn fan on, but circuit board is not holding the command and turning fan on and off. Circuit board is once again bad and would need to be replaced. Indoor blower motor is also covered in oil and dust on back housing. This could be causing motor to run hot which in turn caused board to give out. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. He understands that the system is old however he wants to repair it and not replace it. Went over pricing on repairs, homeowner sta
Getting a system up and running out here in Vista
Getting a system up and running out here in Vista
Performed diagnostic on 34 year old carrier system. System is not cooling. Homeowner states that his indoor fan is not kicking on and not blowing air, his outdoor unit is turning on normally. Cycled system for cooling. Outdoor unit kicks on, indoor unit is unresponsive. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. System is recieving proper high voltage power as well as low voltage command, but fan is not turning on. After thorough diagnostic, found that fan command is getting lost at the circuit board. Circuit board is recieving the command from thermostat, but it is not sending it out to the fan motor. Circuit board would have to be replaced. Indoor blower motor is leaking oil and back housing is completely covered in dirt and dust. Blower wheel is also extremely dirty and has signs of oil loss. System is extremely old and in poor condition. Went through findings and recommendations with homeowner. Went over condition of System and average life expectancy of a system. Homeow
Clearing a drain line out here in Vista.
Inspected and tested two systems for faults