Wonderful, knowledgeable, polite:)
Very professional and knew exactly what was wrong. I would recommend Cool Air to everyone. Awesome guy.
Air conditioning maintenance
The service was thorough and the service technician explained everything found and everything done. Highly recommend this company.
Friendly competent. Cordial. Very knowledgeable. Answered all questions:)
Tech was very thorough and informative, walked me through the tune up step by step
Knowledgeable, well experienced tech. Thank you Luke!
Upon arrival performed maintenance on 2 ac systems. Opened up system and washed out condenser coils with coil solution. Checked amperages through system. Found condenser fan motors to be leaking excessive amounts of oil with play on shaft. Replaced fan motors with Oem parts. Found primary distributor to be pitted and burned at contacts, replaced with heavy duty primary. Added 2 hardstart kits to keep amperages low on compressor, prolong life and easy start ups. Refrigerant levels good. Replaced 2 20x20x1 filters. Indoor motors are good. Duct work is good. Retaped outdoor refrigerant lines with UV tape. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Upon arrival Performed maintenance. Outdoor system was opened up and washed out coils. Primary starting to pit at contacts. Secondary motor controls good. Condenser fan motor has play on shaft, leaking oil, running at 1.37 amps max is 1.4. Refrigerant levels really good. Indoor fan motor leaking oil. Dirty blower wheel. Customer ants estimate on system with 2 zones. Left filter with customer to replace. 1. Indoor motor leaking oil 2. Outdoor motor close to max amps. 3. R22 system System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Performed AC diagnostic on Lenix condensing unit. During my diagnostic I found that Icomfort thermostat was no longer communicating with condenser xc21 outside. Replace thermostat with new Icomfort. Upon replacement system was raning properly upon departure
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2011 Day n Night system. Client stated no issues. Client cycled his system on cooling. Thermostat was good. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Coil was hammered and really bad. Advised to trim bush around condenser coil as it is getting sucked in and restricting system. Checked electrical compartment and components. Primary and secondary controls are good. Fan motor as some oil leaking out from over working fan motor and stress building up. Compressor amp drawls are in range. Fan motor amp drawls are at max while running. Indicating fan motor is working harder and is getting stress build up. Found no protection on unit. Refrigerant pressure are good and cooling. Cycled system to ensure system operating. Did indoor unit found filter to be hammered and completely clogged up creating restrictions and allowing dirt to enter system. Checked electrical wiring, connections, circuit board, and, components. All good. Blower wheel is dirty and cr
Performed AC maintenance on 2.5ton comfort maker condensing unit and Diagnostic for 2.5 ton comfort maker. During my diagnostic and come to find out that the secondary motor control had one out on the hermetic side and fan side terminals. Major compressor and fan amperage is all were below may have been caused by power outage or micro surge Upstairs system- 1. Found that battery caps Hermetic and fan side terminals were out and no longer working. 2. Found that system slightly low on R22 refrigerant. 3. R22 refrigerant is no longer manufactured as of January 1, 2020 4. Found oil leaking from condenser fan motor 5. Disconnect did not contain any fuses or surge protection Downstairs- 1. Found that battery Is becoming weak on hermetic side 2. Contactor also showing signs of pitting on contact point 3. Disconnect and not contain any fuses or surge protection 4. System contains R22 refrigerant as well
Performed AC maintenance on two systems 11 year old condensing units. Upon I mean is I came across a few points or concerns that should be addressed. Upstairs Aireflo 4 ton- 1. Found that system is low on R22 refrigerant charge 2. Found the compressor was pulling high amps on start up and run time. 3. Disconnect contains no fuses or surge protection 4. Contactor buzzing due to low voltage coil the becoming weak. 5. System contains R22 refrigerant which is no longer manufactured as of January 1, 2020. Downstairs 5 ton- 1. Found that battery Is leaking oil from seal, This can cause the captain become weak or fail in the future. 2. System contains R22 refrigerant which is no longer manufactured as of January 1, 2020
Arrived on site to perform Ac maintenance on a 2018 Lennox system. Condenser located in back yard p. Furnace and Evaporator coil located in hall closet. Client stated no issues. Cycled cooling to ensure system operating. Found fled ducting used. Filter was dirty. Client did supply her own filter and advised due to the are she lives in she may need to replace more frequently if needed. Checked electrical wiring, connections, circuit board, and components all good. Blower wheel is slightly dusty due to lack of filter change out. Motor is good. Free of oil. Evaporator coil is good at this time. Condensate float switch and all other safety switches are operational. Temperature split was in range of 23 degrees and cooling. Cycled system. Washed condenser coil out side as it was really dirty and filled with leave due to tree above unit. Checked electrical compartment and components. All good. Primary and secondary controls are in range. Checked fan blade, searing , and motor. All good. Amp d
Performed diagnostic on 2014 Goodman system. Homeowner states that the upstairs unit is not cooling. He had home warranty company out recently and they told him he had a leak in his evap coil and basically wanted to sell him a new unit as his only option. I cycled system for cooling. System came on normally. System is only producing a 6 degree temperature split. Hooked up refrigerant gauges and found system low on refrigerant. Visually Inspected condenser coil and evaporator coil for any signs of refrigerant leaks. Could not locate anything that would indicate a refrigerant leak. Went over findings with homeowner. He wants an immediate option to get his system up and running. Does not want to replace the system. He approved to recharge the system and add refrigerant seal/dye. Charged system up with 3 pounds of R-22 refrigerant and added seal/dye. Will be back out in 2 weeks to perform leak dye check. Homeowner understands any future repair that can possible. System is now producing pro
Performed Ac Maintenance on 2001 system. Homeowner states system has been working fine and they hardly ever use it. Cycled for cooling. Checked outdoor unit. System mad a horrible noise on start up, homeowner states it does that every now and then. Checked electrical and system components. Primary motor control is in good condition. Secondary motor control is in range. Compressor hard start kit is also in good range and operating normally. Compressor and condenser fan motor amps are high, but still in range. Refrigerant levels are ok and system is producing 17 degree temperature split. Pulled condenser fan motor off and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Replaced 1 inch filters. Overall system is operating, but it is very loud and inefficient. Went over findings and recommendations. Due to condition and efficiency, replacement would be the best option. Homeowner is fully aware of the condition of the system. They know they have to replace the system, but are not read
Thermostat is in working order. Tested thermostat several times with home owner to make sure it works. She confirmed it worked. Advised if it happens again we can bring a replacement.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Customer needs short term solution. Moving out of home in 2-3 months moving up north. Diagnose system informs of customer and changed parts. System is operational. Compressor pulling high amperages off the start. Running high amps while running. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Replace existing complete systems with below listed equipment. Seal all supply cans and install new high flow registers. Install Trunkline Rossi balancing dampers to improve comfort in mater bedroom and downstairs office. Install return in master bedroom. Install 2 new wifi thermostats (Honeywell T6 or Nest-E) Install high efficiency 5â€ filtration kits on both systems. Financing available or 5% Cash Discount If 5â€ Filtration, Rossi Dampeners, and HIGH flow register set are not desired please deduct $1,690