Cool Air Solutions has provided Beaumont CA air conditioning and heating solutions since 2006. Our services include installation, repair, maintenance and more for residential and commercial clients.
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Sharon - Beaumont, CA 92223
Philip - Beaumont, CA 92223
Jimmy Garcia did a through job. He was very informative.
Tung - Beaumont, CA 92223
Tech guy was very knowledgeable, understanding and helpful
The technician was excellent
Philip - Beaumont, CA 92223
The service and the technician were excellent. Enjoyed
Frank - Beaumont, CA 92223
Driving, giving a call back later.
Replacing plenum made of insulation , Replaced return plenum as before didnt have one. Cleaned blower wheel and added merv rack. Coming back Monday for replacement options. Or Wednesday to do an advanced coil cleaning. System is very dirty and needs advanced cleanings .
Upon arrival performed maintenance. System is extremely dirty inside. Blower wheel needs advanced cleanings. Gonna add a 5 inch filtration kit. This will give the system 90-95% of filtration. Gonna replace both plenums. Add sheet metal plenums and not insulation plenums. Surge protectors in working order .system is operational just extremely dirty.
Upon arrival unit was operational. Checked amps they were in range, condensation line was free and clear of debris and temperature rise was in range. Checked safety switches to make sure they were operating properly. Blower wheel was free of oil and debris. Filter wasnâ€™t dirty, upon departure unit was operational and heating.
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2010 carrier units. Client stated no issues and runs. Cycled both unit and are operational. Washed both units inside and out. Units were both really clogged up from dirt and dog hair. Found both fan motor leaking oil and over amping in range. Advised they can fail from over working. Checked primary Staters and both are pitted from age and operation.checked both Second motor Control and found one for upstairs unit is bad and should be replaced to keep unit running. Downstairs one was good. Checked start up and run amps and found both start up are in range just high and we want to reduce it to preserve compressor from hard start up. Run amps are high but in range. Checked pressure on both units and found down unit to have a big refrigerant restriction as pressure were out of range. Upstairs unit was cooling but was low on charge. Advise due to the age it have and how pressure are they could possibly have a leak present but unit is still coo
Client stated noisy condenser -Upon arrival , condenser was operating normally and sounded good -Amperage draw on compressor and fan motor were at prop levels -Refrigerant levels are within range -Condenser coil was rinsed off -Filter was changed -Tried multiple times to kill power and restart unit but it never made a loud noise -If it is the compressor the client is hearing then that is just normal operation -System is working properly
Performed diagnostic on unit. Has basically already diagnosed unit on last visit and homeowner knew what the problem was as well. Was waiting on home warranty to fix the issue as that is what he pays for, but at this point he is fed up with them and wants it fixed. Unit is low on refrigerant, which is why itâ€™s not cooling. Homeowner wants to only recharge it for now and see if unit can make it through summer, and will deal with it in the winter time. Recharged unit with 4lbs of r410A refrigerant to bring unit back to proper operating pressures. Unit producing perfect 20 degree split. Homeowner knows there is no warranties with refrigerant. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling unit. Client stated he moved in 5 years ago and heâ€™s been having the unit shut off every other year so thought it was a fuse. Tried to cycled down stairs nothing. Client has a home alarm system that he has his thermostat connected to and thatâ€™s how he controls it all from his phone. Found nothing was operational at the home alarms system. He did have a separate thermostat. Found batteries low. Advised he needs them replaced. Jumped in attic inspected electrical compartment. Found power was there and just just in normal Stand by. Inspected thermostat on wall. Found low voltage fuse as going to thermostat. Found thermostat on wall was not operating properly. Jump Ac on from the thermostat wires at the wall and unit was operational. Tried to turn on from alarm systems and still did not work. Advised him his issues is there thermostat on wall is not working. So home alarm system is not controlling the thermostat on was since itâ€™s bad. Showed c
Client stated no cooling -Condenser fan motor is seizing up and very rusted and needs to be replaced -Contactor is not providing constant voltage, cutting in and out, chattering, needs to be replaced -Capacitor is a little out of range and replacement was recommended but not needed -Fan motor and start were replaced -Amperages draws taken after repairs are at proper levels -Refrigerant is also at the proper levels -AC is currently cooling
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on. 2 year old unit. Client stated no issues. Cycled unit on and operational. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Unit was really dirty. Checked electrical compartment. Primary starter is good. Secondary motor control is good as well. Fan motor is good and in range of amps. Compressor start up is good and in range. Run amps are good as well. Checked pressure and unit is holding a good charge and cooling hole good. Found no protection on either unit. Recommended protection as well to protect from electrical surges and power outages that can damage or even short out systems and components. Unit is cooling at 19 degrees. Cycled unit and went over how unit is running and conditions and recommendations. Clips aware and did hold off for now. Cycled unit and is operational upon departure. Client did renew maintenance plan yearly. Client Happy we came out today.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on a 2004 airflow unit. Client stated unit is old and has been in home for 3 years and has maintenance it. Unit was running and recently unit started making loud noises and then would stop at times and then run okay other times. Advised client wounding inspect how unit is running and condition. Inspected electrical. Found secondary motor control is completely bad. Unit was only operational due to a old compressor booster that was barley turning it on but wouldnâ€™t run right out new one in to turn unit on. . Stater was burnt Up from age and operation in past years. Booster kit was old but was some what still operational. Fan motor has dried up oil spots from it leaking. Motor is pulling max amps and is going to start to over amps from working at its max. Could fail in future. Run amps on compressor are pulling 16.5 and max rated at 20. Advised due to age and condition unit can get to max when it get really out outside and advised compressor is on b
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic. Upon arrival, homeowner was under the impression that we were doing maintenance an wants both unit to be serviced. Advised that call was scheduled as a diagnostic as it seemed like upstairs unit was not working. Stated that his filter was extremely dirty and he replaced it and it feels like itâ€™s been working better and would like both units maintained. Went over maintenance costs and maintenance program. Homeowner like the idea of the maintenance program and signed up on yearly maintenance program. Office to call and schedule maintenance. No appointment date or time was given or promised.
Arrived on site to diagnose 2 no cooling 2017 unit. Client stated units are new as home. He has not gotten them serviced since. He stated downstairs is not cooling and upstairs unit make a loud squeaking noise at time. Had him cycled both and upstairs ran. Downstairs compressor was not on. Inspected electrical compartment and components. Found secondary motor control on both unit to be bad. Downstairs was bad on compressor. Upstairs was bad on fan side and fan would not turn on at time. Compressor was not running at all and did not produce cold air. Put in new one to test found both operational and cooling now. Both Staters are good. Fan motor are good unable to tell if they were leaking as client put wd40 on. But are in range just working hard due to unit being dirty and not maintenance in the past 5 years. Found pressure okay but look like both units are running hard. Could be airflow restriction or just unit just working hard as pressure seem okay just bit off. Units are both now c
Arrived on site to perform AC diagnostic on 2006 carrier condensing unit. Upon arrival Juan stated that they moved into the home in 2017 and They have never done service or maintenance. just recently they noticed a buzzing at the outdoor condensing unit. Begin diagnostic and found that due secondary motor control was defective on fan side and compressor side terminal. These component Typically fails for an underlying reason. Installed new component and compressors was on thermal lock out due to overheating. Condenser fan motor was over amping using a total of 1.6 A. Starter was burnt and pitted on contact points. Lastly system was slightly low on R22 refrigerant charge possibly it may have always been low from installation or has a small microleakage within the system. Presented full diagnostic report with Juan and he is aware of all current and possible failure points within the 2006 unit. At this time they do not plan on living in the house too much longer and would like to just do a
Upon arrival performed diagnostic on lennox unit. Found system to kick on for AC, but condenser fan motor was stuck in place. Shut power off to unit & proceeded to check electrical components, found secondary motor control compellty flat. Replaced with a tester & system kicked on at normal operational. Indoor secondary motor control is out of range, indoor blower motor leaking oil. Client decided to do the very minimum repair to get system up & going. System is operational upon completion.
Technician performed spring tune up for client -Condenser was thoroughly cleaned for efficiency and longevity of the system -Electrical components were working properly and were within range -Refrigerant levels R22 were within range and cooling properly -Ducting appeared to be in tact -Safety switch was recommended to prevent ceiling flood damage -System is 13 years old but it cooling properly for the clients and is ready for summer
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling a 2004 package unit. Spoke to client and he stated unit just he been starting to use unit and days before unit cooled good. Just recently he stated unit just did not cool. Only air flow was coming out. Got on to roof. Unit was running. Inspected electrical compartment. Starter was good. Circuit board was showing signs of wear but still operating. Checked pressure and found unit to be really low. Low side had only 11 pgsi. Unit is a r-22 unit and is no longer in production. Found unit to hold 13 and half pounds. Inspected condenser found oil spots and advised I would do a inspect of lines to see if leak is found. Opened u it up and expose line and Evaporator coil connections. Inspected current welds. Found liquid line to have a leak. Bubble tested and leak was found. Advised client would have to repair leak and then do a full charge up. As refrigerant is not included in repairs. Spoke over to tenant in home. He is aware of findings. Spoke to hom
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2 year old unit. Client stated no issues and is all good. Condenser located in back yard and furnace located in attic. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Primary starter is good. Secondary motor control is good. Fan motor is free of oil and in range of amps. Checked start up amps and run amps and both are good. Checked pressure and unit is cooling hole good and holding charge. Unit hold R-410A. Found unit with out protection and recommended adding to protect systems from electrical surges and power outages that can damage or even short out systems and components. Filter was good at this time. Cycled unit and went over all findings. Client is aware and did hold off stated to follow up on a couple days and he would let me know. Advised I would follow up. Cycled unit and is operational and cooling. Upon departure.
Upon arrival found a 12 year old Goodman furnace. Measured heat rise and found system was over heating. Static was high. Heat exchanger had hot spots. There is a concern it can fail soon. Indoor blower compartment was completely dirty. Pulled blower and cleaned it out. Went over filtration upgrade options with client. Clients said they have serious dust issues. Utility bills were low. ***solar***. Blower motor is inefficient due to age. Ignition components are looking worn down. Informed client of condition of unit. System is operational upon departure.
Performed furnace maintenance on a 2020 Lennox gas furnace. Systems heating temperature split is in range. Sensors and switches were cleaned and tested. Duct runs are sealed. Condensate lines are clear. Filter is clean. Furnace components were measured and recorded to be in range at this time. Water heating maintenance was done before appointment was over. Systems are operational at end of visit.
Arrived on site to perform fall tune up 2 17 year old units. Cycled both units on. Filter where extremely dirty from lack of filter change out and are very in need of replacement. Found black flex ducting used as itâ€™s old but okay at this time. Both blower assembly are dirty from lack of filter change out in the 17 years of life. Both motors are leaking oil from over working. Could face issues in future. Both secondary motor controls are weak and out of range and will fail soon in future. Both inducer motors are in range just working high. All safety switches are operational. Both drain lines are dirty from dirt entering system. Could risk over flow in attic. No safety over flow switches. Recommend adding some. No protection on unit recommend adding surge pro To systems. Due to air quality and filtration would recommend adding a filter reck to upgrade filter and for it to be replaced just once a years as filters are not getting switched out enough or as needed. Cycled both systems.
Performed combo tuneup on a 2020 ACPro system. Heater is a 2020 Lennox. Heating sensors and switches were cleaned and tested. Ignitor was reading high but lowered back down to being in range. Gas valve was tested. Duct runs are sealed. Heating temperature split is well over 30 degrees. Blower wheel is clean. Outdoor unit was dirty and washed today, compressor bay and service panel was cleaned. Starting components were measured and recorded. Refrigerant levels are good. Cooling temperature split is 25 degrees. Filter is clean at this time. System was cycled before end of appointment.
Performed AC maintenance on 2017 unit. Homeowners moved into the home 6 months ago, want to make sure everything is working correctly. They did get a home inspection done by their cousin who is a home inspector and do have a home warranty as well. Cycled system for cooling. Performed attic and duct inspection. Refrigerant levels are in range and system is producing proper temperature split. System is using 407C refrigerant. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Disco box is not fused. Primary motor control is slightly burnt and pitted at bottom contact point. Secondary motor control has gone above its allowed range. Pulled condenser fan motor and thoroughly washed condenser coil inside and out. Filters were recently replaced by customer and they are clean. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Wants to hold off on any work for today as well as wants to hold off on maintenance program. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure.
Performed AC maintenance on 2009 Goodman condenser. Upon my maintenance there were a few points of concern is that were addressed with the homeowners. 5 ton Condenser- 1. Starter showed signs of pitting and burn marks on contact points this is due to wear and tear from high amperage pull overtime from system. 2. System Contained R22 refrigerant which was completely phased out January 1, 2020 at the moment pressures were in range 3. Cleaned off condenser coil 4. Measured condenser fan motor amperage and found that it was on the brink of over amping and is also overheating at the moment. This component rejects heat from the system 5. Measured compressor amperage and found that it was using 16 amps which is fairly high considering the max is 25. This is the reason why the system is so loud 6. Power disconnect was not supplied with any fuses or surge protection, Neither was the indoor unit protected. 7. Filter was heavily Caked in dust and debris, Recommend filter swapped out every 1 to 3
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 2004 Lennox system. Homeowner states upstairs unit is not cooling correctly. Would like us to diagnose upstairs unit and possibly take a look at downstairs unit depending on what repairs the upstairs unit needs. Cycled upstairs unit for cooling. Indoor unit kicks on and is blowing warm air. Filters were extremely clogged. Replaced to perform accurate diagnostic. Outdoor unit compressor appears to kick on, but fan motor is not spinning. Checked voltage and electrical components. Found condenser fan motor completely seized up. Fan motor needs to be replaced. Went over with homeowner, approved to replace fan motor and further inspect unit. Replaced fan motor. Cycled system on. Refrigerant pressures are slightly high, which is being caused by an over working compressor. Amp draws on compressor are high, and unit is cooling but is very inefficient. Went over complete findings and recommendations with homeowner. Wants to hold off on any further work,