Welcome to Bob’s Cool Air

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When you decide to use Bob’s Cool Air for your residential comfort solutions you can have peace of mind knowing we have over 20 years experience and are Red Seal nationally certified in the air conditioning and refrigeration industry.

We strive to offer the best possible customer service and stand behind our work with a one year warranty on any work we provide.



If you are having problems with your HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) system we can provide you with services from diagnosing and repair to preventative maintenance programs.

You can have peace of mind knowing we have technicians who are Red Seal nationally certified in the air conditioning industry who meet industry and environmental standards.

Gas Detection
& Calibration


Did you know gas detector sensors need to be calibrated at minimum on an annual basis and are required whenever internal combustion engines may run indoors including areas such as Parking Garages, Service Garage, Warehouses using propane lifting vehicles

We have trained and competent technicians with Red Seal certification in the HVAC industry.

Trane Projectile Testing

Trane Belly Flop Testing

Trane Extreme Weather Testing


A lot of people ask what is the normal amount of frost I should see on my outdoor coil during the heat mode on an air source heat pump and why do I see frost when it is above 0*C outside. We always tell customers a hard thick frost is normal as long as it completely clears itself after completing a defrost cycle. See the pictures below for examples of a nice thick frost and the coil after it has completed a defrost cycle. The coil temperature has to be colder then the outdoor air temperature in order to absorb heat therefore when it is +5*C outside your coil can be as cold as -10*C in order to absorb heat properly. Also it should be noted that at +5*C outside there can be large amounts of moisture in the air which will generate large amounts of frost on the coil, even more frost then what you will see at colder outdoor temperatures. For more answers to your heat pump questions visit bobscoolair.com/faqs/ or send in your question to office@bobscoolair.com. We may answer your question on Facebook to share with everyone else. Happy Friday everyone!! ...

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