After 12 years with another company, I decided to give Cool Air Solutions a try. I am glad I did. George was very kind, very knowledgeable and thorough in inspecting both my air conditioner and furnace units. He spent a bit of time explaining things to me, which I really appreciated, not just so I could understand but it also instilled confidence that I went with the right company. George was excellent.
They were very professional,
Very professional and knowledgeable of what he’s doing and explained it clearly
Amazing service! Great price. Extremely honest and genuine technician. Took the time to explain everything, breaking down all the details. If you’re considering a company to contact for your service, trust me, go with Cool Air Solutions. Take advantage of their monthly service plan too.
Very knowledgeable and friendly service.
Very informative about function types ACs
There were two guys that came over they were amazing they had great service everything was good they didn’t leave any mess and did an amazing job awesome service
arrived on site to install surge protector on condenser unit. Installed surge protector. Cycled system in cooling and Ac to ensure system operational. System is operational upon departure.
Quality control check and crack verification
Performed furnace maintenance on 2001, 2 system Bryant heater. Upon the maintenance this is turned into a diagnostic duty heaters both being non-operational and tripping on high limit. 1. Found temperature rise was 83Â° which is incredibly high from what it is specified on the data plate 2. Both high limit switches are going bad due to it consistently in the years before being tripped. 3. Heat exchanger from downstairs was verified cracked. Discovered the crack on a dimple due to high temperature rise and low Airflow. 4. Downstairs blower scroll wheel was off-balance creating a screeching noise readjusted and noise is gone Recommendations- 1. Replace heat exchanger if available 2. Increase airflow by cutting in new return intake 3. Replace both high limits to prevent heating problems 4. System replacement options
2nd opinion on cracked heat exchanger. Customer is going to let me know what home warranty is going to do
Performed furnace maintenance on 2001 Goodman heater. All my maintenance there were a few points of concerns that were addressed with the homeowner. 1. Found the heat exchanger had cracks on the eyelids of all three chambers. 2. Static pressure on system was .78 when design static pressures .12 this is exceeding it tremendously. This is caused by low Airflow and will damage the heat exchanger causing over heating. 3. Indoor blower motor leaking oil from bearing this can lock up or overheat causing a failure in cooling and heating 4. Flame sensor has oxidized and is in very bad condition this component is responsible for sensing flames coming off of the burner 5. Hot service igniter has hotspots and carbon buildup 6. Indoor blower cabinet is covered in dust and dirt due to 1 inch filter not stopping enough dust particles. This is causing scroll wheel to become caked in dust and debris 7. Evaporator coil pan is either cracked or rusted out due to water dripping down internal into the ind
Arrived on site to do repairs on a 2012 Goodman furnace. Will be replacing bad circuit. Replaced and cycled system in heating and cooling to ensure system operating properly with new board. Recommend adding surge protectors to both units to protect system from getting damaged from electrical surges or power outages that can damage or short out system. Client did approve to add surge protectors. Installed furnace surge protector and due to clients having to leave will have to return to install condenser surge protectors. Collected full amount of $1180 no amount will be due when we return to install parts on condenser. Client is aware system is operational and heating and cooling. System is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on a 2001 goodman furnace. Furnace located in attic. Client stated we were just out yesterday day and they stated after previous tech left no heat or the fan wouldn't turn on. But once they cycled Ac the fan turn on and fan mode in On mode fan will operate but not in heat inspected unit and found all connections good and secured. Tested for voltage on inducer, pressure switch, gas valve and all safety switches. Found out that gas valve is not receiving 24 voltage. Test circuit board for proper operation and to see if the board would send 24v to gas valve and it is not. Inspected back of board and found some dark tone discoloration spots on board and board may have a intermittent issues and will work and then not work properly. Advised client of finding and why heater is not working properly. Over all found circuit board is the issue and due to part house close and being the weekend will have to order board Monday and office will client a call to ge
Performed combo tune up on 16 year old Bryant system. Checked indoor and outdoor unit components. Cycled system for heating and cooling modes. Temperature rise across heat exchanger is within range. Temperature split in cooling mode is within range. Indoor blower motor is slightly dirty. Secondary motor control for indoor fan motor is out of range. Previous guy that had done maintenance from another company had already recommended replacing it and she had ordered it online. Asked if I could replace it today but I advised that we can not install parts that are not purchased through us due to liability. Cleaned off platform as well as furnace exterior. Pulled evap cover and inspected heat exchanger. Several hot spots throughout each chamber. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Compressor and condenser fan motor are pulling in high amperage. Condenser fan motor has started to leak out oil and is running hard and hot. Secondary motor control is in range for compressor an
Arrived on site to diagnose exposed thermostat wires on unit. We were last out and did repairs. Upon arrival found unit operational. Client was just concerned due to the chewed up exposed thermostat wires and would like to ensure system is operational and no issues would occur. Found low voltage thermostat wires chewed up and exposed. Which is not replayed to the repairs done in past. Advised client we can repairs low voltage wires and get system operational. Client is aware system is operational just wanted to ensure wires wouldnâ€™t cause any damage to system. Client approved to go forward with repairing low voltage wires. Cycled system to ensure system operating. Checked amp drawls on compressor and fan motor. Found compressor is having high start up as itâ€™s pulling 51 on start up and max rated for 64. Recommended adding a compressor booster kit to help reduce high start up and help preserve compressor and prolong ice of unit it self. Client did declined other recommended work a
Arrived on site to perform maintenance on 2 12 year old systems. Cycled furnaces for heat. Checked indoor units electrical and system components. Blew off insulation off of platform, as well as blew off all dust on furnaces and inside heat and blower compartments. Flame sensors are both clean. Blower wheels have slight dust build up on them. Both blower motors are leaking quite a bit of oil and working hard. Temperature rise on both units is within allowed range. Static pressures are above allowed range. Replaced all 1 inch filters. Condensation lines do not have any condensation switches and secondary port on both units just drains right into the drain pan. Downstairs pressure switch is having trouble closing some time and will not allow furnace to start, pressure switch should be replaced. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Discussed the importance of having heat exchanger thoroughly checked and inspected. Went over findings and recommendations. Homeowners are ha
Also includes complimentary Rossi dampers in main trunks to push air to kids room
Performed AC diagnostic on 2004 Goodman condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I came across a few points and concerns that were addressed with the homeowner. Goodman unit- 1. Secondary motor control was blown due to high amperage pull of compressor. 2. Found that system refrigerant levels were under charged due to leak in refrigeration cycle. 3. Compressor amperage exceeding max data plate amps. 4. System contains R22 refrigerant which was phased out January 1, 2020. 5. Indoor blower motor leaking oil in causing higher energy consumption and overheating windings. 6. High voltage relay contained burn marks and pitting on contact points. 7. Evaporator coil did not have secondary float switch to prevent flooding in drain pan 9. Static pressure was exceeding .15 due to restricted airflow across system Mr. Whitefield has reviewed his options and has consider replacing system install will take place soon
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on 2 2006 system. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issues as she recently moved in and previous owners provided maintenance plan. Had client cycled cooling mode on both. Washed both condenser inside and out. Units really dirty advised to client to no letâ€™s dog go and pee on condenser as they could cause issues or create a leak cause of them peeing on condenser. Fan motors ton are leaking oil from over working. Motor is leaking oil down shaft of motors. Checked electrical compartment and components. Found primary starter for upstairs was really burnt up over years of wear, downstairs had dark tone discoloration. Found both secondary motor controls all rusted up and starting to corroded. Recommend replacing as spades are rusting up as well and once fully rusted up components will not make contact and will not operate out door units. Upstairs unit just below range as itâ€™s a little
Performed diagnostic on 6 year old system. Homeowner states that her system does not heat the upstairs. It works perfectly fine for the downstairs, but the upstairs doesnâ€™t have any air coming out of vents when in heat mode. System is a single stage unit with 2 thermostats/zones. Cycled upstairs thermostat for heat. System is unresponsive and does not kick on. Tested wires from thermostat to zone board, they are good but zone board not recieving heat command for upstairs unit. Jumped command at thermostat, system kicked on and started heating. Upstairs Thermostat is not sending heat command. Thermostat needs to be replaced. Went over findings with homeowner and went over thermostat options that we carry. Homeowner states Her brother is an electrician and she will be buying a thermostat and having him install it. Recommended maintenance program. Upstairs system is not operational for heat upon departure.
Performed AC maintenance on 2017 Lennox condensing unit