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


Summer HRV Settings - It is time adjust your heat recovery ventilator (HRV) settings for the summer months and perform some quick maintenance. Start by setting your de-humidistat (seen in the picture) to Summer/Off/Highest Humidity setting depending on the control manufacturer. We do not want to use the de-humidistat during the summer months to control the HRV. The de-humidistat uses the HRV to remove humidity by bringing in cool dry air from outside and exhausting warm humid air from your home ONLY during the winter months. Unfortunately the opposite will occur during the summer months adding heat and humidity to your home causing your air conditioner to work harder. You will bring in warm humid air into your home and exhaust cool dryer air out unless you set your de-humidistat to summer.

You should also take this time to perform some quick maintenance on your HRV:

1) Unplug the HRV
2) Open up the front door and remove the two air filters (see picture)
3) Vacuum out any bugs and spider webs from the inside of the HRV
4) Pour hot water into each of the two drain pans to flush the drain and the p-trap
5) Wipe out the drain pans with a cloth
6) Inspect your intake and exhaust vents on the outside of your house and remove any debris from them.
7) Wash your air filters in the sink with hot water and mild soap detergent if necessary
8) Reinsert the air filters into the HRV taking note of any airflow arrows on the filters (some filters may have an airflow arrow and some may not, always point the arrow in the same direction as the airflow, see picture for airflow pattern)
9) Close the door and plug the HRV back in
10) Make sure your dehumidistat is set to summer.

** The Heat Transfer Core will need to be cleaned in the fall **

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