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
Good job, respectful, explained everything, very knowledgeable
NO COOL. Found system non operational upon arrival. Customer says unit runs but doesnâ€™t really cool. Checked system and found unit outside not running. Checked for power and found 240 at disconnect and at contactor. Checked compressor and found it seized at this time. Offered customer options. Customer wants replacement options. Appointment set from 2-4 today. Unit not operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found system non responsive on cooling mode. Secondary control was out of range causing compressor and fan motor to not kick on. Replaced moto control got system going. Refrigerant levels very good. Found compressor to be pulling 42.7 amps off the start, added booster kit amperages down at 22. Fan motor was leaking oil. Customer wants to get some time out of the system before replacing, so chose a full condenser rebuild. Brand new primary power distributor, old one was pitted and burned badly at contacts. Programmed high efficiency slow start motor for 825 rpm. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Inspected the system for faults and replaced faulty component
WATER LEAK. Found system operational upon arrival. Customer stated unit is leaking water in bathroom light fixture. Inspected system to check for possible low charge, cracked drain pan, or condensation line restrictions. Found condensation lines restricted. Cleared with customer approval. Customer added month to month esm. Unit operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on 2 2007 aire-flo system. Condensers located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issues just wanted to see how system are running and there condition since he did have some issues in past with furnace and had some repairs done few years back. Had client cycle both in cooling mode. Both systems were operational. Washed out condenser coil inside and out on both systems. Fan blades, bearings, and motor. Both motors have been leaking oil down shaft in past from working hard in previous years. Checked electrical compartment and components. Found both primary controls have dark tone discoloration and burnt marks from self wear of system operating. Recommend replacing primary to prevent system staying on once pitting arch and get stuck and system will not shut off. Secondary motor control on both systems are good. Down stair systems has a booster kit thatâ€™s existing but may. It be operational as compressor
Client reports that their system is blowing warm air and the outdoor unit is humming. Findings: (1) Opened up the service and found the battery cap has popped. (2) Replaced the cap and tested the system. (3) Let the system run for about 5 minutes. Found that the condenser fan motor is operating within manufacturer specifications. Found the compressor is not operating within manufacturer specifications. The compressor is over amping and this may be the reason to why the older cap failed in the first place. When a motor over amps it will overheat and usually begins to damage components tied to it. (4) Advised the client of the situation. He understands and is waiting for the home warranty program to start next month. Notes: (1) Unknown how long the compressor will last as it continues to over amp.
Performed AC diagnostic on 2001 condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I found that indoor blower was on and blowing out ambient hot air. Further investigation shows on the outdoor unit the outdoor fan motor was not energized and spinning although compressor was on. Found that the secondary motor control was blown on fan side terminal along with fan motor leaking oil and over Amping. System contains R22 refrigerant which it was 1 pound low and is a phased out refrigerant as of January 1, 2020. Also did hear that high voltage relay was admitting very loud buzzing noise from low-voltage coil. Replaced outdoor condensing fan motor and secondary motor control and added approximately 1 pound of R22 refrigerant to correct, This indicates that there is a leak somewhere present within the system and a leaked dye drop will be required as of next charge When refrigerant leaks. Upon departure system is fully operational and cooling with a 22Â° split And condenser coilâ€™s were cleaned off along wi
NO COOL. Found system non operational upon arrival. Customer had me meet up with his 18 year old son. Upon inspection found condenser motor seized. Replaced motor with customer approval. Installed repairs and cycled unit to test. Unit running and cooling upon departure. Customer also signed up for monthly esm. *** Customers son left towards the end of the call. Could not access thermostat or anything on the inside of the house. Customer was aware of this and said it was ok.***
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2018 Lennox system. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issues just wanted filter changed out. He cycled system in cooling. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Unit was really clogged of dog hair and dead grass from back yard. Checked fan blades, bearings, and motor. All good. Checked electrical compartment and components. Primary and secondary controls are good and in range. Checked amp drawls on compressor and fan motor. Compressor has been working a bit hard due to the condenser unit all clogged up and restricted. Start up amps are high due to hard start up every time. Recommend a compressor booster to reduce hard start up and prolong life of out door unit. Run amps are in range. Fan motor amp drawls are good and in range. Refrigerant pressure are good and cooling. Cycled system to ensure systems operating. Inspected indoor unit. Found system to have purifying system that is o
Arrived on site to perform Ac Maintenance on 2 13 year old systems. Systems are original to the home. Cycled both systems for cooling. Checked indoor and outdoor units electrical and system Components. Systems are both producing good temperature splits, refrigerant levels are in range. Replaced all 3 1 inch filters. Performed full evaluation of system, findings are as follows: 1. Indoor unit has no condensation safety switches on drain lines. Also has no secondary drain line coming directly from the coil, only from the drain pan. 2. Secondary motor controls on both condensers are out of range for compressor. 3. Primary motor controls on both units are burnt and pitted at the contact points. 4. Compressors are starting up fairly hard and loud on initial start up. 5. Rubitex on downstairs unit was completely off the line. Went ahead and put it back on with zip ties and UV tape. 6. Systems are on older side and are inefficient. 7. Systems are operating on r-22 refrigerant, which has be
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on 2 2005 Lennox system condenser located in back yard. Furnace and evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issues but want to see how system is doing. She wanted me to also check all supply vents are open and they are. Washed out door units. Checked electrical wiring and components. Check fan blades, bearings, and motor. Checked amp drawls on compressor and fan motor. Checked refrigerant pressure. Cycled system to ensure system is operational. Inspected attic, ducting, and indoor units. Replaced all filter. Checked electrical wiring, connections, circuit board, and components. Checked blower assembly, wheels and motors. Checked amp drawls on blower motor. Checked evaporators. Checked drain lines. Checked temperature splits. Cycled system to ensure systems operating. The summary of finds are as followed. Downstairs condenser 1. 15 year old unit. 2. Fan motor are leaking oil from over working and amping at max rate. 3. Fan Motor
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Arrived on site to perform AC and Furnace maintenance on 3 year old unit. After advising homeowner that i would have to be running the heat and it would be better to do in the winter time, homeowner chose to do only AC maintenance. System is a single stage unit zoned off into two zones being 2nd and 3rd floors. Cycled system for cooling. Checked indoor and outdoor unit electrical and system, components. System is producing proper temperature split and refrigerant levels are within range. Primary motor control is in good condition. Secondary motor control is within range. Amp draws on compressor and condenser fan motor are within range. Pulled off condenser fan motor and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Replaced both 1 inch filters. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Recommended signing up on ESA Maintenance Program to keep up with maintenance. Has to talk it over with property manager. SYstem is fully operational upon departure.
Found system operational upon arrival. Customer stated that he wanted system looked at since the unit hasnâ€™t been cooling that well. Customer said the unit freezes up and then he thaws it out and then runs it again. Customer also said the indoor motor is starting to make squeaking noises at the bearings. After inspection found lines freezing over. Freon pressures are low. Gave customer repair options. Customer wants options to replace as well. Darren F going over options on Thursday after 2pm. Unit non operational upon departure. 1. recommend replacement
Performed AC diagnostic on 21 year old condensing unit. Upon my meetings I came across a key points of concerns that were addressed 3.5 ton Goodman- 1. Found the condenser fan motor was leaking oil from bearing 2. High voltage rely showing signs of pitting on contact point about 50% 3. Measure compressor amperage you found that system is cooling very high amperage 4. System contain R22 refrigerant which was completely phased out January 1, 2020 5. Add a compressor saver kit to reduce lock rotor amps start up energy usage.