Are you having trouble keeping your Aguanga 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 Aguanga CA neighbors. Call us to find out what we can do for you.
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Dale - Aguanga, CA
Shane forget the connect air conditioner so Luiz found it connect ! Thank you !
Dale - Aguanga, CA
Shane is explain us that he know little sign language so nice guy ! Thank you !
Great service/ very friendly & very informative
Efren - Aguanga, CA
He was professional and polite
extremely knowledgeable and informative
Jackie - Aguanga, CA
Removed defective flare from the copper lineset and refitted connection with new flare. Used nylog thread sealant and tightened bolt. Pressurized system with 200 psi of nitrogen and leak tested connection with soap bubbles. Vacuumed system down to below 500 microns. Weighed in refrigerant charge with digital scale (3.10lbs) r410a. Tested system and measured indoor temps. Soap bubbles connection again, system is working properly at this time.
Replcad cap under warranty. Fan was not spinning
System has another leaking flare, attempted to tighten the flare but this flare is bad and needs to be cut and replaced. Charging the system at this time will just waste refrigerant. Need to provide a quote for a reflare on the outdoor unit.
Upon arrival performed warranty. Capacitor lead was not connected. System is operational.
Summer AC Maintenance. System is working and operational upon arrival. I began the maintenance outside of the condenser, it was clean with water and a cleaning solution,Condenser coil was heavily impacted by debris and dirt. I continued the maintenance by servicing and cleaning the electrical panel, checked electrical connections and tested amp drawâ€™s. Tested refrigerant levels for proper charge. Inspected Battery cab for proper electrical values. I also checked the starter for any arcing and heavy pitting. Upon inspection of the outdoor condenser fan motor it is coming close to over amping, it also has significant oil leakage and shaft play, recommend member have replaced to ensure reliable operation. Also noticed members disconnect is fuseless and should have surge protection to protect the system from unwanted spikes, power outages, and electrical issues. I proceeded inside to the indoor furnace, changed out filters and informed member that they are no longer included in the membe
AC maintenance, upon arrival AC is working and operational. Have you gone outside with the condenser cleaning using water and solution system was heavily impacted with dirt and debris. I vacuumed out the inside of the condenser removing all debris. I proceeded to check the fan motor for any signs of oil leakage or bearing play. I inspected all electrical connections and components and tested there amp draw. I proceeded to test refrigerant charge and system pressure. And then I made my way up into the attic to inspect the furnace, I checked condensate lines and the safety switch, inspected all electrical components inside the furnace. Inspected the blower motor housing for proper balance and dust on blower wheel. Recommended to homeowner that they place surge protection on their outdoor condenser. Member was up for renewal, proceeded to renew plan with us. Upon departure system is working and operational
Total job is 23954. Customer will receive a $900 manufacture rebate. Collected $1000 deposit. Balance due 22954.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 1999 carrier unit. Client stated unit maybe original and he noticed recently unit stopped working and cooling home. Advised client Iâ€™d inspect and evaluate unit and full system. Advised the summary of findings are as followed. 1. 1999 carrier unit original to home. 2. Secondary motor control was completely bad. Would need to replace part to continue evaluation. System did Turn on. 3. Primary control was bad and burnt up as itâ€™s original. 4. Fan motor is starting to seize up and has oil from past wear. 5. Compressor start up is high due to age. Run amps are in brave but high side. As compressor is on borrowed time. 6. Unit uses R-22 refrigerant Thats is no longer in production. Found unit below on charge and causing Compressor to work hard and why secondary motor is going out. 7. Inspected indoor unit. Unit is hanging in attic ducting is good. 8. Blower motor and wheel dirty. Motor is pulling 10.3 amps and max rated at 10.3. Advised
located refrigerant leak and pressure tested to confirm. Repaired leak, vacuumed system and charged by weight. Tested both heating and cooling modes.
Performed Spring Ac maintenance on 2 York condensers. Replaced 1 inch filters. Cycled systems for cooling. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Amp draws for compressor and condenser fan motor are within range. Primary motor controls are in good condition. Secondary motor controls are within range. Pulled off condenser fan motors and thoroughly cleaned off condenser coil inside and out. Removed as much Pine needles as possible. Cycled system, system is fully operational upon departure.
Performed diagnostic on 2 16 year old York furnaces. Homeowner states that systems are not working as they should and one register is making a loud noise. Cycled systems for heat. Systems kicked on and started heating. Systems shut off on high heat. Found filters to be extremely restricted. Noise that was coming from register was also from the dirty filter building pressure and Making it loud. Replaced filter that I had in my truck to work for now. Charged diagnostic fee and signed homeowner up on maintenance program. Homeowner prepaid form8 filters, 4 for each visit please make sure these are brought out on next 2 maintenance visits, sizes are in existing equipment. Cycled systems, systems are operational upon departure.
Performed isolation test on system. Found leaks in 2 of the flare fittings on the longer run to the indoor unit. Disconnected all flares on this side. Cut pipe, re flared and nyloged all of the joints. Pressure tested to 460psi and pressures where holding. Vacuumed system down below 500 microns before charging the system back to factory charge of 3.8 lbs. system is cooling and heating correctly at this time. If the joints that we re did leak this will be under warranty but if another leak springs in a different area this will not be under warranty
Performed furnace diagnostic on 2007 Coleman heater. Upon my diagnostic I found the customer had replaced high limit along with accidentally breaking hot surface igniter. Replace hot surface igniter and tested system, Also had to reset limit switch located in indoor blower compartment. System fired up and began to heat. upon further inspection I found that the supply vents were all covered up by furniture ultimately causing the initial failure of high limit error code. Due to the very bad air restriction occurring in the home this can cause the system to run a higher temperatures recommended that furniture is moved and filter swapped out at least 1 to 3 months. Supply temperature was coming out at 120Â° in system is fully operational and heating upon departure, signed customer up on maintenance plan to maintain both AC and heater once a year.
Upon arrival performed maintenance and diagnostic. Client stated they lost power a few times last night. System did not turn on for heat after that. Replaced secondary motor control as it was low and out of range. Installed surg protector to protect electrical components. Blower wheel dirty, client denied to clean. Cleaned inside of furnace cabinet and dusted off all electrical. Gas valve and shut off in working operation. Circuit board in good condtion.saftey switches in working order. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Preformed leak dye search and check. found no evidence of a leak dye. Sealant may have sealed micro leak. System pressure are holding properly.
Arrived on site to diagnose a that is making noise in furnace on a 2002 Intertherm Down flow system. Upon arrival spoke over with tenant and stated system dose work just every time system turns on system turns on really hard due to itâ€™s condition and system click on sending power to all components and could hear motor it self consuming a lot of amps And working really hard to turn it on. Inspected indoor and out door unit. Inspected electrical compartment, Wiring, connections , and components. Inspected out door unit. Checked components and recorded readings of compressor and fan motor. The summary of finds are as followed. Furnace 1. 2002 down flow system. Furnace door cover dose not stay shut due to having broken tabs that clip in and hold cover shut. As they are using hook to just hold door from falling down. 2. Found sections of thermostat wires exposed from rats chewing it up. But since home has a big rat and rodent issue and crawl space under home is full of rat poop would
Upon AC diagnostic, return to find that low-voltage wiring was once again disconnected due to rodent pulling wiring back into wall. Upon further investigation customer complain that indoor fan would not turn off, After applying force to fan relay the circuit had opened and fan stopped running although relay is no longer functional. Recommended running new low-voltage wiring throughout home back to condenser in conduit for protection against rodent so they may not chew up. Also must replace fan relay to get fan working again.
Upon my diagnostic on a 1989 Lennox air handler heatpump, I discovered that the transformer tripping reset has been going off. Seated investigating all low-voltage wires coming into terminal blocks and thermostat and found that all wiring was correct. I then made my way outside to the condensing unit and found that the wire fished from the inside of the wall has been chewed up by a Rodent. Paired low-voltage wiring in the further inspection found no refrigerant pressures were adequate although did contain our 22 Freon which was been January 1, 2020 and found that fancy terminal capacitor was becoming weak. System make screens Mollo voltage short if rodent problem is not addressed. low-voltage wiring shouldâ€™ve been run in in conduit as well.
Performed AC diagnostic on three-year-old Lenix condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I found at the outdoor condensing unit have the fan running and not the compressor. Verified the secondary motor control was not bad in the compressor itself it failed. A compressor saver kit was added in the compressor then turned over and was pulling 10 Amps. Upon letting the system run for approximately 15 minutes I found that the R410a refrigerant pressure charge was very low. This is due to a leak somewhere within the refrigeration cycle. Leak dye was added along with 3 pounds refrigerant and a warranty compressor savor kit. Will follow up in about 30 days for a return visit on the Leak dye.
Upon arrival performed txv replacement. Old txv was stuck and wouldnâ€™t open. Replaced vacuumed system to 500 microns. Charged system up. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Upon arrival found txv to be restricted. Coming out Wednesday 15th to replace filter drier and txv.
Induce draft motor and condensate drain pan repair in Aguanga
Performed maintenance on York systems
Ac system diagnostic and refrigerant repair
Replacing a compressor for a client on a lennox heat pump