Are you having trouble keeping your Encinitas CA home comfortable? Do you question the quality of your home’s air? Does your home’s energy performance need improvement?
Cool Air Solutions has been answering these questions since 2006 as we repair, replace and maintain the heating and cooling systems of your Encinitas CA neighbors. Call us to find out what we can do for you.
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Sharon - Encinitas, CA 92024
Buzz - Encinitas, CA 92024
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Joyce - Encinitas, CA 92007
Trevor was extremely helpful in fixing the condenser drainage pipe on our AC unit. He fixed quickly and now we no longer have any water pooling near our house. Trevor also replaced our filter, cleaned out our condenser coils, and outside unit. He was very thorough and took the time to answer all of our questions. Excellent service and we are very happy with his work!
Arrived on site to perform furnace maintenance
Performed a heating maintenance on one Lennox and one Goodman system. Cleaned and Adjust Burners. Check Combustion Air for Proper Venting. Examine the Heat Exchanger for Damage / Corrosion. Test Furnace Safety Controls. Inspect Gas Piping. Tighten Electrical Connections. Measure the Voltage and Amperage. Flush the Condensate Drains. Measure Tempurature Difference between Supply and Return Air. Vacuum Furnace Return Grille. Adjust Gas Pressure & Pilot. Clean in-place Blower Compartment. Inspect Blower Wheel for Proper Balance. Check the System's Static Pressures to Ensure Proper Airflow. Inspect Duct Connections for Air Leaks / Sizing / Insulation. Check all System Safety and Limit Switches. Clean Flame Sensor. Inspect Carbon Monoxide Detector. Check Thermostat for Proper Operation / Calibration. Filters where changed this visit. Both systems where fully operational on time of departure.
Performed FAU maintenance on 1-2 year old York unit. Replaced merv 16 filter with owner-supplied filter. Cleaned condensate drain P trap and flushed with water. Inspected blower compartment, blower wheel is clean and balanced. Tested static pressure. Inspected electrical connections. Inspected flame sensor. Tested resistance of hot surface igniter. Temperature rise is within limits. Tested all safety and limit switches. Condenser cover installed, do not operate in cooling mode. Upon departure system is operational.
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Arrived on site to perform AC diagnostic on York condensing unit. Upon arrival Erica stated that she does not live in the house and has been under renovation and is preparing for tenants to move in around December January. She states now that it does not cool the house down. Begin diagnostic an outdoor condensing unit and immediately found that disconnect was not in. Inspector disconnect and found Heavy oxidization and corrosion occurring. Both 35 amp fuses were blown. Installed new fuses and System still did not turn on. Inspected starter and found that low-voltage terminal had completely broken off due to oxidization. Installed new starter and System still did not turn on. Traced low-voltage wires and found a high and low pressure switch. Unfortunately low pressure switch is closed due to low refrigerant charge on the system. This is an indication of a major leak within the refrigeration cycle of the air conditioning unit. It is more common on beach houses for refrigerant leak due to
Upon arrival performed AC tuneup on two 17 year old Lennox units. Checked static pressure and found to be high on both units. Temperature split was good on downstairs unit at 18 degrees, upstairs unit was only 15 degrees. Secondary motor control on both units were low and out of limits. Noticed condensate drain lines did not have safety switches installed nor service teeâ€™s. Both blower motors are drawing high amps, both are getting close to the manufacturerâ€™s limits. Cleaned condenser coil fins and external units. Found downstairs unit to have significant amount of corrosion on coil fins. Upstairs unit showed signs of corrosion as well. Dual secondary motor controls on both units were out of limits. Start contactors were both showing signs of pitting and burning. On start, compressors are drawing a lot of amps - down stairs was 55, upstairs was 109. RLA on both compressors were high, getting close to upper limits. Refrigerant was a bit low on both units when comparing
Upon arrival performed motor replacment & fan. System is now running fine and not shaking like the last one. System is operational.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Replaced motor but new motor was wobbling way to much to leave it on. Did not feel ok to leave system running with that motor. Gonna order OEM motor from Goodman. Will call client back when we get that motor. System is non operational upon departure.
Technician arrived to perform maintenance on 10 year old AMANA system -Condenser was cleaned out thoroughly -Refrigerant levels are within range -Electrical components are within range except the condenser fan motor -The fan motor is in very rough condition: leaking oil, overheating, and drawing a lot of power -Replacement of motor is highly recommended to prevent any other parts from getting damaged -Blower motor is not drawing too much power -Ducting is intact and not leaking any air -Blower compartment is clean -System is tuned and cooling
Technician arrived to perform spring tune up -Condenser was cleaned out with water -Refrigerant levels are within range -Electrical components are all working properly -Filter was replaced -Client stated compressor was noisy upon start up -A compressor booster kit was installed to ease compressor startup, making it less noisy -Surge Protection for the condenser was also installed -System is working great and is ready for summer
Upon arrival performed Maintenance on AC system. Refrigerant levels are in range. System does have some rust due to coast. Indoor motor & secondary motor control are in range. Circuit board & electrical connections good. Washed condenser coils. Surge protectors in working order. System is operational upon completion. No further recommendations.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on AC system. Cycled system on and refrigerant levels are in range. Washed condenser coils off completely. Surge protectors in working order. Filter was clean. Temp splits in range. Cleaned furnace caging. Tested secondary and primary control. System is operational. No further recommendations.
Performed maintenance on a Lennox condenser and a Carrier condenser. Both units were chemically washed. Filters are clean. Continued maintenance was setup. Both units are operational at end of appointment.
Arrived on site to perform combo tune up on a new lennox unit. Cons in back yard and furnace located in garage. Cleaned out door unit for inspected electrical compartment all electrical is good. Fan motor as well. Checked company draws and are good. Pressure are good and holding charge and cooling at 19 degrees. Filter was dirty. Cycled heating. All safety switches are are good. Both motors are in range of amps and heating home goods. Drain lines are good. Temperature split is good and heating home. Cycled unit and went over unit and recommended client did declined filter and ESA maintenance plan. As she didnâ€™t think she needs one yet as unit is new. Unit is operational upon departure.
Performed furnace maintenance on 2013 Lennox heater. Upon arrival homeowner stated that system has had no issues and has been working properly. During the maintenance I did find out the single secondary motor control Will be coming week on the indoor blower motor. Also the single second remote control on the inducer motor was leaking a ton of oil. Temperature rise checked out properly. Flame sensor was cleaned and hot surface igniter is in proper range. Client will swap out Merv 16 filter during the summer. System was not equipped with surge protection. Burning flames appeared healthy and upon departure system is fully operational and heating
Upon arrival performed repairs. System is operational.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on on Goodman system. System is 2017 very new still. Dusted off all electrical components. Indoor motor and wheel in range. Circuit board and electrical connections in range. Filter is dirty, client ordered some on Amazon. Surge protector in range. Static pressures on system in range. Flame sensor cleaned. Gas valve in working order, system is operational.
Upon arrival performed maintenance . Found inducer draft motor to run higher amperages that are needed. Flame sensor has a lot of oxidation build up. Inspected heat exchanger through blower compartment, seen a stamp that looked like a crack. Advised home owner I cannot see it completely fine. Asked for approval to pull exchanger out. Got approval pulled exchanger and found crack on first chamber and plenty of stamps that look like they formed a crack. Client did not want to replace system, would like to replace defective parts. System is not operational for heat. Have gas shut off.
Upon arrival performed light installation, found entire ballast to be out and not operational. Replaced whole entire kit. System is now operational .
Performed AC maintenance on a 2011 Amanda condenser. Cooling temperature split is 21 degrees. Condensate lines are clear but platform shows signs of overflow. Recommending a safety switch. Indoor unit is not protected. Duct runs are sealed. Outdoor unit was chemically cleaned. Compressor bay and service panel was cleaned. Starting components and amp draws are ok. Compressor run amps are high. Refrigerant levels are ok. System was cycled before end of appointment.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on hvac system. Client signed up other system for plan as well. Wel will be servicing second unit for master bedroom. UV light is out and not operational. Indoor motor and wheel good. Circuit board and electrical connections good. Refrigerant levels good. Temp splits good. Filter was replaced client provided. Washed outdoor coils and inside of condenser cabinet. Tested system on and off. System operates at standards. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure. Ordering UV light
Returned to perform repairs. System was basically flat on refrigerant on arrival. Recovered remaining refrigerant from system as it was too little to be pumped down. Unwelded existing line drier, rewelded new line drier in to system. Pressurized unit with nitrogen to ensure no leak, as well as bubble tested welds. Removed nitrogen and put system on a vacuum. Vacuumed down to 560 microns. Recharged system with 10 pounds of R410A refrigerant. Refrigerant pressures are back in range and system is operating as it should. System is fully operational upon departure. Homeowner approved to charge card on file for remaining balance over the phone.
Performed diagnostic on 5 year old unit. Homeowner says unit is not cooling. It is blowing air but it is not cold. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Checked refrigerant pressures and found unit to be low on refrigerant. Performed leak inspection and found leak at outdoor liquid line drier. Line drier needs to be replaced. Unit is also low on refrigerant from leaking and will need refrigerant. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner as well as the process for replacing liquid line drier and all the steps involved with that process. Homeowner would like to move forward with repair. Collected $169 as down payment, remainder to be collected when we return to perform work. System is not operational upon departure.
Performed diagnostic. Tenant states that system is making a weird noise. Tenant was not on site and was not able to get a hold of him via phone, unsure what noise he was hearing. Checked system thoroughly and started unit up various amounts of times. Unit started up normally every single time. No weird noises coming from the unit. System amp draws are within range and temperature split is cooling correctly. Replaced filter with customer supplied filter. Let property manager know everything is in working order. System is operational upon departure.
Performed AC diagnostic on two year old Goodman system. Upon my diagnostic client stated that system is not able to drop temperature throughout the day and was able to get to 67Â° in the past and now it doesnâ€™t get below 75. Found at the outdoor condensing unit to do a secondary motor control has become Defective on the hermetic side terminal which means the compressor wasnâ€™t on. Installed new duel secondary motor control system is cooling with a 15Â° split differentials and refrigerant pressures look good at this moment. Part was covered under warranty and upon departure system is fully operational and cooling.