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Terrific service. On time!
Great service! Madison was professional, knowledgeable, and friendly. Service was great.
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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.
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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.
Found leaking flare connection at the outdoor lineset. Repaired leak and recharged system.
Performed maintenance on a 2020 Lennox system. Heating temperature split is 30 degrees. Combustion blower is in range. Component panel was cleaned, flame sensor cleaned. Ignitor is reading in range. Blower housing is clean. Filter is dirty. Outdoor unit dirty and was chemically cleaned. Refrigerant pressures are in range. Compressor and fan amperages are ok at this time. Condensate lines are free of debris. System was cycled before departure.
Customer reports no air flow from vents on any mode. Confirmed indoor fan does not turn on. System is a heat pump in the guest house. Battery cap is reading zero. Replaced cap and fan starts up. Fan motor showing major signs of failure, leaking oil and spinning hard.
Preformed AC diagnostic on 1999 Goodman condenser. Upon my diagnostic client stated that system has been non-operational since last fall and Multiple repairs have been done. Upon my diagnostic I found the system was completely Flat On R22 refrigerant Due to a leak within the refrigeration cycle. System was also pulling incredibly high amps even without refrigerant inside of the compressor. Leak is most likely present in evaporator coil and needs to be fixed if system is recharged. Client is completely against any repairs and heâ€™s more interested in system replacement and initially thought that this was a sales call not a diagnostic. Provided repair options those were rejected and had a comfort adviser come out and give system options which she needs time to think about. Ultimately system is not operational upon departure
We will be upgrading the ac from the 16acx to an el18xcv
Upon arrival performed diagnostic on air condition system, client said there is a leak with water. Turned on system did not get any movement or voltage to indoor motor. Possibly evap coil iced up and over flowed pan . Ordering Circuit board to Will be the start of making sure nothing else is going on with the system. Client left a deposit of $100 CASH.
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Arrived on site to perform spring on 2016 Payne Unit. Client have just moved in about 5 monthâ€™s ago and wanted to get system maintenance. Condenser located in back yard furnace and Evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issues. Washed condenser inside and out. Checked all electrical components and connections. Fan motor is good and amp draws. Found compressor start up high and client do run system for comfort. Would recommend adding a compressor booster kit to help keep start up low and prolong life of compressor. Refrigerant pressures are good and cooling hole at 20 degrees. No protection on unit. Cycled system. Inspected indoor unit. Filter was good but would recommend upgrading to a merv rack to better air quality and reduce amount of dirt entering system. Blower assembly motor are good and slight dust from past years. Drain lines are good. Temperature split is good and cooling. Would recommend adding a whole house purifying and cleaning system. To help improve over al
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Performed AC maintenance on aireflo system. Homeowners moved in about 2 years ago, have not had a maintenance done to it. Did have home warranty come out in the summer to do some repairs after it had stopped working. Cycled system for cooling. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Pulled condenser fan motor and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Performed attic and duct inspection. Ran system through maintenance checklist. Concerns with unit are as follows: 1. Condenser fan motor is over amping and working above rated limit capacity 2. Compressor is pulling in high amps and very close to going above rated limit. Homeowner was under the impression that home warranty had replaced the compressor but seems like they just added a compressor booster. 3. No return or supply plenums on furnace which is causing excess pressure build up in unit. 4. No condensation safety switches on drain lines. 5. System is operating on r-22 refrigerant which has been phased
Upon arrival performed maintenance open 2 air conditioning systems. Opened up entire systems outdoor and washed out coils completely. Checked components to verify that the system wont have any issues in the summer. Refrigerant levels are in range. Replaced filters that client provided. Went to the attic, dusted off all electrical components. Ducting is very dirty inside. Blower wheels have a lot of dirt & debree build up. Verified secondary motor controls in range. Motors are in range. - Very dirty ducts - Dirty blower wheel - Washed outdoor coils - Filters replaced - refrigerant levels in range. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2004 comformaker system. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace and Evaporator coil located in attic. Client stated no issue and knows system is old and original to home. Found disconnect in bad condition as the inside connections are hanging out and could be a huge risk as unit dose have live power from breakers if they were to get knocked off. Washed condenser coil inside and out as it was dirty and in bad condition. Checked electrical compartment and components. Primary is burnt up and pitted on contact. Secondary motor control is out of range and bad on both compressor and fan terminals. Recommend replacing both primary and secondary motor control before they completely fail. Fan motor is leaking oil from working hard in past years. Amp draws pulling 1.4 and Max rated at 1.9. Checked compressor amps and found start up high creating extra wear. Would recommend a compressor booster kit to to reduce hard start up and prevent extra stress
Upon arrival performed maintenance on air conditioning system. Refrigerant levels good. Secondary motor control good. Opened up system and cleaned coils. Amperages are in range. Filter is good. Replaced air scrubber with phenomenal air purification system. Air scrubber bulb was burnt out. Washed indoor blower wheel. Amperages throughout system in range. System was reset tested and fully functional
Tech arrived on site and started tune up of 1 3 ton zoned split system. Everything on the unit is good except the capacitor and starting amps on the compressor. Capacitor will fail this summer and needs to be replaced. Went over everything in detail with tenant. Tech will send estimates.
Performed furnace tuneup