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Name: Michael P
We have been using Cool Air Solutions for years. Michael did a great job of making sure that his work was just right! Highly recommended!
Professional and friendly
Michael did a great job in quickly identifying the issue. The gas line was left in the off position by installers. Everything is working fine.
It's really pleasant to have Michael out to check our system before the winter use of heater.. He is very professional, great at explaining how the heat pump works. Michael also was very helpful in explaining the service contract we chose to renew.
We are very pleased with the prompt, professional service we have received. We had our air conditioning and heating system installed yesterday and had a slight glitch with the thermostat. Michael came to house today even earlier than first scheduled and immediately solved our problem. We certainly do appreciate such professional and prompt.
Inspected the systems airflow and drew up a duct map to make recommendations to balance the home.
Replaced the furnace heat shield and flame sensor.
Programmed thermostat to heat pump from conventional Ac. Cut spliced and return duct In the attic to allow storage space. Strapped the duct and spliced with new flex duct tape. Tested system on both heating and cooling.
Tested system for operation. Found defective pressure switch and very worn ignitor. Recommending replacing both control components.
Set the gas valve to the on position. Tested the heat and recorded temperature. Cycled heat twice and allowed the sealant to burn and the odor to pass.
Tested downstairs furnace for operation. Inspected safeties and monitored operation. Cycled both systems multiple times. Checked both units for air leaks.
Set up the dealer control and reset the PCO kit reminder.
Tested both system in cooling and replaced air filter. Monitored operation and verified charge. Tested amp draws and voltages. Cleaned condenser coils and inspected fan blades.
Replaced faulty outdoor control. Tested equipment and recorded motor amp draws. Tested the heat as well.
Founds two shorts on the low voltage circuit between the outdoor unit and the thermostat. These were both caused by mice. Removed the damaged areas and spliced new connections. Tested system on both cooling and heating. System is operational again.
Found outdoor system breaker left off by electrician. Reset the breaker and reset the low voltage power at the outdoor control module. Tested he equipment and the system is working properly again.
Found pressure switch stuck closed in arrival, reset the switch and tested the equipment. Tested the ignitor and cleaned the flame sensor. Tested the new upstairs thermostats. Measured temperatures and monitored operation.
Found small gas leak on the sediment trap of the furnace. Tightened the connection and confirmed seal with soap bubbles.
Performed heat pump txv replacement. Fully recovered all the refrigerant. Removed and replaced the txv. Pressurized and cleared lines on system with nitrogen. Held pressure for 15 minutes. Vacuumed system down to 580 microns. Recharged em by weight and adjusted charge in cooling. Tested heating for 15 minutes and monitored operation. System is working properly at this time.
Cooling testing and maintenance. Monitored operation and measured supply temperatures. Measured voltages and recorded motor amp draws. Tested condenser controls. Inspected air filter. Cleaned condenser coil.
Provided photos and tour of new Ac equipment. Provided job card and certifications.
Reset code and replaced filter, tested equipment and monitored operation. Measured supply temperatures.
Inspected system for faults and offered repair options.
Switched gas line flex valve to the on position and tested the heat. System working properly.
Found heating high pressure switch installed on the suction line, moved this to the liquid line service port. Located small refrigerant leak on the high pressure switch with soap bubbles, tightened the one too and confirmed with soap bubbles again the connection is sealed. Added a little r410a to the system.
Installed a copper coupler for both plastic drain hoses to clamp over, pulled the outer drain house over the inner drain hose and clamped both together to the copper.
Outdoor condenser had bad high voltage fuse. Replaced both fuses and increased the fuse sizes to 40 from 35. Tested system on both cooling and heating and measured temperatures. System is working properly again.
Performed heating tune up on the package unit. Tested thermostat and inspected burners. Measured temperatures and replaced air filter. Measured the voltages and tested the blower motor. Monitored ignition. Replaced other system thermostat.
Performed air conditioning maintenance. Replaced air filter. Tested both zones, measured temperature splits. Verified refrigerant charge and the checked drain lines. Recorded voltages and motor amp draws. Tested controls on outdoor system and cleaned condenser coil.
Tested system for operation. Measured temperature splits. Replaced filter. Cleaned condenser coil. Measured voltages and recorded motor amp draws. Tested control components.