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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Carol - Bonsall, CA
The service tech showed up timely, was very professional and friendly.
Carol - Bonsall, CA
Carol - Bonsall, CA
Excellent service experience
Peggy - Bonsall, CA
Louie was pleasant and efficient explaining the issue other he A/C
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.
Technician arrived on site and performed ac tune up on 3 systems. Cleaned coils with chemicals. Cleaned out inside of condenser. Installed new wire management systems in electrical cabinets. Cleaned out electrical cabinets. Tested electrical components. Everything checked out. Outdoor fan motor on downstairs unit is failing. Most likely next year or sooner. Refrigerant charge is okay. Filters were changed. Drain lines were flushed out. Indoor units are dirty. Could not access the downstairs furnace at this time. Units are operational upon departure.
Repaired condensate overflow safety switch and glued properly with pvc glue. Re-installed a supply register in the guest bedroom which had fallen off. Programmed the thermostat for Ac from heat pump.
Tech arrived on site. Guest house has a Fujitsu mini split with 4 Cassette head units. coils were dirty and temperature split was low. Added 3lbs of R410A to the condenser. Cleaned coils. Temperature split increased and pressures looked better. Client said units had to be recharged before, indicating the unit has a leak. Did leak detection outside at the condenser but didnâ€™t find anything. To find the leak we would need to do an isolation test to determine which system is leaking. Units are operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 1 year old or less mini split. Homeowner had system installed by another company and has not been cooling for a couple days. Has been trying to get a hold of the company that installed it but has not heard back from them. Unit is not cooling and inside head unit is showing an F0 error code, which is associated with refrigerant. Hooked up gauges to unit and found system low on refrigerant which is causing outdoor unit to go into lockout mode. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner as far as Adding refrigerant and locating a possible leak. While on site, the company that installed it finally gave the homeowner a call back and they said they will be sending someone out on Friday to see whatâ€™s going on with the unit. Homeowner wants to hold off on any repairs with us for now until the company comes out to see if they take care of it. System is not operational upon completion.
Repaired refrigerant leak. Pressure tested and vacuumed refrigeration system. Charged with fresh refrigerant by weight. Opened valves and found condenser coil leak. Called manufacturer and approved new unit to be picked up for installation. Left disconnect upside down.
Client will be purchasing system outright with a CHECK. If failure to pay for systems in check, and card purchase is decided then pricing will result to $30,290 taking away the $1,514 Cash/Check Discount.
Arrived on site to diagnose a unit that is shutting off and tripping breakers. Upon arrival spoke over withe client and she stated unit run but after a few minutes Ac breakers start to trip only for upstairs. Client cycled unit and unit turned on. Advised I would inspect unit. Found start up amps high and run amps where pulling at 22 amps and max is at 28 and advised on a hot summer day compressor is under more stress and could pull more or over max amps and trips breakers. Primary Starter is burnt up and pitted on contact. Secondary control is boarder line good and in range. Fan secondary control is good in range. Fan has been leaking a lot oil and and is Gunn a fail soon. Pressure did look in range but unit uses r22 and is no longer in production. Client stated another company came and did repairs adding booster kit and found out compressor booster kits where never added. Advised client compressor is bad and other unit could be in same condition if not getting to the same condition
Arrived on site and performed ac and heating tune up. Condenser had a lot of build up for its age. Cleaned it all off. Checked start components. They are good. Charge and temp split are good.
Inspected system low voltage wiring and re wired system circuit board.
Replaced old white icomfort thermostat with new S30 thermostat
Installation of Lennox Single Stage ML14XC1 A/C reaching a 16 SEER, including running of refrigerant lines and electrical 208/230 circuit. Permits Included Financing is $102/mo, if client chooses a paper payment they will receive additional 3% discount.
We will replace existing heater with a new one configured for propane including an emergency drain pan with furnace stands
Performed Furnace diagnostic on 2017 Goodman heater. Upon my diagnostic customer Had stated that he has had nothing but problems with the previous company that has been doing the contracting work for his house. He was told that his heat exchanger has a crack, that why the Carbon monoxide detectors are going off. Upon my diagnostic I first found the exhaust vent had been completely pulled off along with nothing but soot coming out of the vent. The reason for the high amount soot Was caused by a failure to convert natural gas set up to propane. This has caused the propane to form into this clogging up the heat exchanger. With the condition of the heat exchanger being filled with soot this is extremely unsafe and has ran like this since 2017 without being converted. Found that there was also no emergency drain pan, they disconnected primary line coming off of the evaporator coil along with none of the duct work being sealed up on the supply take offs. System was installed poorly and unsaf
Arrived on site to perform maintenance on 18 year old Rheem heat pump. Cycled system for heat. Checked systems electrical and components. Temperature split is in range, refrigerant levels in range however System is operating on r-22 refrigerant that has been phased out. Indoor blower motor has leaked out a significant amount of oil and amp draws are fairly high and inefficient. Primary motor control has some burning and pitting on contact points. Comrpessor amp draws are also high and condenser fan motor is leaking oil as well. Performed coil clean. Blower wheel is slightly dirty. Replaced 1 inch filter. Ducting is in very poor condition. Attic has enough space for a possible relocate in the future. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. She is fully aware of the condition of the system and is aware that she will have to replace in the future. She has gotten quotes in the future And have an idea on what a project like that would consist of. Offered to have someone come