Are you having trouble keeping your Bonsall 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 Bonsall CA neighbors. Call us to find out what we can do for you.
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Brenda - Bonsall, CA 92003
great job Luis, thank you.
Brenda - Bonsall, CA 92003
wonderful, caring team, diagnostic Luis was extremely kind, professional and a very good communicator. Company needs to communicate to the client upfront that their invoice is paid that same day, upon completion of service. This is rare in my experience as all other vendors invoice their customers.
Great service !
Karen - Bonsall, CA 92003
Jimmy was friendly the minute I opened the door , I felt very comfortable having him in my home , he got right to work and found the where the leak was .
Carol - Bonsall, CA 92003
The service tech showed up timely, was very professional and friendly.
Carol - Bonsall, CA 92003
Carol - Bonsall, CA 92003
Excellent service experience
Peggy - Bonsall, CA 92003
Louie was pleasant and efficient explaining the issue other he A/C
One light was out. Replaced, and both lights now on.
Performed FAU maintenance on 2 year old Lennox unit. Main Home: Inspected blower compartment, blower wheel is clean and balanced. Inspected electrical connections. Inspected flame sensor and found it to be clean. Tested resistance of hot surface igniter. Tested all safety switches. Temperature rise is within limits. Casita: Replaced fuse on furnace control board. Upon departure both systems are operational.
Upon arrival performed install of 2 stage Ultra Violet Germicidal Light, system is operational and extremely bright lights. Washed indoor coil and nownsystem has no restriction. Only doing this 1 time dropping phenomenal to $1398 with no trip charge to come back, Brenda is aware that this is a 1 time deal because she installed the UV light. System is operational . When Brenda calls back please schedule for special price no additional charge.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic, client has zero refrigerant inside of system. All mini split heads are mounted but there is no access to get to refrigeration lines because there is no attic access. At all. Have to pressurize check each single head. Client will call us back .
Upon arrival performed repairs. Installed surge protector/ Hardstart kit. Did not replace lights as BALLAST IS BAd. Ordering a 2 stage ballast with 2 UV light Lennox kit. System is currently operational. Coming back to install lights and coil clean. Ordered from Lennox
Arrived on site to perform condensation diagnostic on 1989 system. Upon arrival Gary stated That he has recently done repairs to the system it has swapped out the indoor blower motor and filter. Thermostat was also swapped out. He is now seeing that the primary drain line connecting to the washer drain out is leaking. Prior to the leak he had done in evaporator coil cleaning himself. Inspected primary line and found that there was a cut through on the back of the pipe which is resulting in it leaking. It is possible that someone tried to cut the pipe in the past or it has rub through the corner. Gary stated that debris was inside of the rubber hose possibly causing it to back up. Gary would like to hold off and repairs at this time and try to fix it himself. Also would like to hold off on maintenance plan at this time. Upon departure client will be fixing PVC line himself.
No cooling, water leaking from attic -Technician repaired first unit, secondary motor control and fan motor needed to be replaced, system is working properly -Second unit, the condenser fan motor was in very rough condition -Fan motor was replaced, system I functioning properly now -There was a water leak from the the coil in the attic -The drain pain has a switch on the side that was not fastened, so water was leaking out of the port -I tightened the switch to the drain pan and put caulking around it -I also blew out both condensate lines -I opened up the coil and found a few chunks of ice, this is a tell tale sign the system is low on refrigerant -I gauged up and found the refrigerant levels low and needed a few lbs of 410a -Client is aware there is a leak in the system so we added a dye kit to try and find the leak -All systems are currently cooling
Not a big enough ladder.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Client stating that there is no air flow out of vents. Took blower out, and found evap coil to be compellty covered. Can not see one single fin out of coil. System will not run without that restriction taken out. Blower wheel extremely dirty. Put system back together. Client is gonna talk to wife and give us an answer soon .
Upon arrival performed maintenance on Goodman unit. Outdoor system has a very high start up for compressor. Advised adding a booster can help out on start ups. Outdoor circuit board has a very big burnt spot on terminals.primary & secondary motor control are in range. Condenser fan motor in range. Filter is an electro static filter and needs replacements for inserts. Indoor coil is very dirty. And UV lights are both out. Indoor motor and wheel good. Refrigeration levels are very well. Thermostat in working order. Can add upgraded filtration kit to keep all dirt out of indoor coil since filter is only about 2-3 feet away. The return duct is very short thatâ€™s why system is loud while running. System is operational upon completion. Client will call back to do recommendations. Please invoice.
Arrived on site to preform diagnostic on Heatpump unit. Upon arrival found that suction line was completely frozen over from running continuously. Also could not access roof top due two story building. Need ice to defrost and will need longer ladder with seconded technician for support when climbing up.
Upon arrival, system was not operational. Capacitor had failed. Inspection found the fan motor was rusted and starter was also in poor shape. Refrigerant charge is low. Further inspection primary drain pan was cracked and leaking water into the return. Indoor blower motor should also be replaced. Client wanted a quote on replacement. Went over options. Clients decided to repair for now.
Client stated no cooling for downstairs unit -Technician found secondary motor control to have 0 MFD -Secondary motor control was replaced -The reason for this going out is being the condenser fan motor is drawing way too much power -The fan motor was replaced as well and the system is running smoothly -The clients mini split in the guest house needed refrigerant -The cassettes in the ceiling are not accessible which is where the leak likely is -Client is aware and wanted refrigerant so the house can get some cool air -Both systems are cooling properly now
Arrived on site to perform a leak dye inspection/maintenance on 2011 American standard heat pump. Upon arrival Karen states that I do not use the system much and did not even realize that the system is not working properly. Initially started system and system turned on but was short cycling on and off. Measured refrigerant pressures in Falmouth the system was significantly low on R410a refrigerant charge again. Sound refrigerant leak present on King valve suction line indicating that this is where all the Refrigerant is being lost. Kingvalve will have to be replaced and Cost of repair will be sent over. At this time Karen is aware that the system is leaking and low again But would like to hold off on any repairs at this time because they do not use it and are not in a position to fix it. They will give us a call when theyâ€™re ready to use the system and possibly fix or replace upon departure system is significantly low on refrigerant charge
Technician arrived to perform spring tune up -Condenser was cleaned out with water -Refrigerant levels are within range and cooling properly -Electrical components looked great, compressor startup amps were a little high and a hard start kit was recommended -Filter was changed out -Blower housing looked clean -Surge protection for the FAU was recommended -Safety switch was recommended to prevent flood damage into new furnace underneath -System is operating great and is ready for summer
Technician installed all parts and refrigerant. Everything is working great and within range. Both systems have a 19Â° Temperature split which correlates to a proper refrigerant charge.
Arrived on site and performed AC diagnostic on two system Lennox from 2007. Upon arrival Tony stated that the FAU breaker keeps tripping and the AC breaker keeps tripping for both units. Turned on downstairs system and proceeded to outdoor unit and found suction line was freezing over within two minutes. Proceeded to attic and found the indoor blower motor has failed and is no longer blowing air over the evaporator coil causing freezing temperatures. Installed new dual secondary motor control but motor is still over amping due to old age and wear and tear. Proceeded to outdoor unit for downstairs and found the system was slightly low on R22 charge and the dual secondary motor control was out of range. Began diagnostic on upstairs system and found that it was operational at this time although electrical components were not in good condition unfortunately. Dual secondary motor control Was also out of range and starter was severely burnt and pitted on contact points from high power usage.
Arrived On site to perform diagnostic on 2003 heat pump unit. Upon arrival Jason stated that the inspector had been out and recently found that the system was not providing the proper temperature split To properly heat and cool the house. Jason will be moving out in the next two weeks and needs to get the system passing for inspection. Jason states that the system has been working fine since heâ€™s lived here and he has only done one repair which was fixing the condensation lines from leaking through the drywall. First found that filter was heavily clogged up and was washed out and placed back into the system. Proceeded to outdoor unit and found that it was in bad shape although operational. Condenser coil was heavily damaged on the side possibly from installation years ago. Condenser coil is covered in dust and debris and needs to be thoroughly cleaned out was unable to do this during the visit because there was no water Spicket nearby. Began measuring refrigerant pressures and found
Performed AC maintenance on two systems. Checked and tightened electrical components. Inspected both filters did not need to be changed at this time. Inspected outdoor condenser coils and cleaned coils, remove debris from bottom of units. Both systems cooling and have a temperature split of 20Â°. Both units are cooling operational upon departure.
Heating Maintenances Performed- Upon arrival the three main house systems are operational. Began our maintenance at the two furnaces located in the attic. Inspected electrical components for wear and tight connections. Temperature splits and static pressures taken. Heating components inspected and adjusted. Filters have been changed at this time. Amp draws were measured. Performed a duct leakage inspection. Then proceeded down to the upflow furnace in the garage and inspected it as well. Proceeding to the guest house system, system has power but is low on refrigerant, too cold to achieve an accurate reading at this time and need to come back when itâ€™s warmer. Upon inspection of the two carrier units, one in attic and the one in the garage, we found both blower motors to be leaking heavy oil and amping very high, as well as the secondary motor controls are reading low. The blower housings and scroll wheels on both need to have a pull and clean performed to alleviate the dirt and dust
Performed diagnostic on a 2011 American standard heat pump. Customer reports no heat. Filter were extremely dirty. Outdoor unit is shutting on and off on low pressure. 4lbs of refrigerant was added to the system along with leak dye. System is running at heating at end of appointment. Return visit is needed.
Tech arrived on site, performed ac tune ups on 2 4 ton units. Cleaned condenser coils and checked refrigerant charge. Changed out both filters. Flushed drain lines and checked static. Hooked up both thermostats to Wi-Fi. Units are operational upon departure.
Performed heater diagnostic on 2020 Lennox Unit. Upon arrival homeowner stated that just about a week ago he noticed that the system continuously runs in fan mode and does not produce heat. During the troubleshooting I noticed initially that to the burners Appear to be orange and not burning properly. Also noticed rat droppings inside of the Furnace closet area. At this time it appeared that oxygen was not being supplied properly to the propane burners Resulting in a hard lockout causing rollout switch to be tripped. Previously the original Heater was also clogged up due to rats making it their home and stuffing debris inside of the heat exchanger Resulting in a similar problem. Also main door that covers up the furnace has no air circulation for oxygen the flow recommend that Louvers are added to increase Airflow to Heater. At this time burner Flames look healthy and blue. System is Heating upon departure
Performed heating maintenance on a 2020 Lennox SL280. Homeowner turned system on inside, unit started normally. Heating temperature split is 47 degrees. Filter had insulation and debris on it, homeowner wants to source his own filters. I cleaned the filter best I can. Sensors and switches were cleaned and tested. Gas valve was tested. Blower wheel and motor are clean and in range. Combustion blower is within spec as well. System is not electrically protected. Homeowner was briefed on the condition and signed up for scheduled maintenance. System was running at end of appointment.
Found outdoor system breaker left off by electrician. Reset the breaker and reset the low voltage power at the outdoor control module. Tested he equipment and the system is working properly again.