Are you having trouble keeping your Canyon Lake 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 Canyon Lake CA neighbors. Call us to find out what we can do for you.
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Our Reviews by City
Stephen - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Jose - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Great job, very satisfied with the job and very friendly.
Great service and quick response time
MIke - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Connie - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Great service. Very helpful!
Stephen - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
We are very pleased with the service.
Great customer service
Stephen - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Explains everything in detail
He was great
Cherly - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Megan - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
I appreciate that Jimmy was able to come out so quickly and take care of our unit efficiently. We would use your company again.
Clay - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
My technician was very polite and knowledgeable
Jennifer - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
My technician was very polite, and pleasant to deal with. He did a great job and was very thorough.
Bad service and over priced
Cindy - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
First of all I thought when they were coming out for an estimate it was only gonna be $100 I wasn’t aware that if it took two hours or three hours which the time was it written down correctly that it was going to cost me 300 I was quoted $99. Second of all it took three visits and after three visits they were talking thousands of dollars I could go on and on but my air-conditioning was fixedAt a cost of $1400 not the estimated thousands of dollars they were telling me
Years of Experience and it shows!
Sean - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Dave provided a great service and his experience and workmanship showed in diagnosing and correcting an issue the previous installer had created. Very knowledgeable and an outstanding technician.
Sean - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Jimmy came and diagnosed another condensation leak, fixed it and guided me though the process of isolating where the leak was from and steps to take to eliminate the cause.
Sean - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Found water leaking from Condenser in attic, scheduled appointment and was there next day. Jimmy did an incredible job, was able to isolate the problem and fix it quickly and professionally. Very happy with the service!
Cool Air Solutions is the best!
Emily - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
We got our entire HVAC system updated and installed two years ago with Cool Air Solutions. They also helped us get new, energy efficient windows, which qualified us for a state rebate. From the technicians who handled the install to the service providers in the office, every person went above and beyond. When the city came to inspect and sign off on our project, the inspector said he’d never seen a cleaner install and asked us to pass on Cool Air’s info since he needed to update his own HVAC. Here we are two years later for our complimentary service, and the same high standard of care and service is clearly evident. Thank you to the office team for following up and reminding us about our service, and to Jorge for being a great technician!
Kimberly - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Jorge was very thorough and informative in his diagnostic check of the A/C.
Brad - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Very professional and knowledgeable
Jennifer - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
He was friendly, knowledgeable, and did it good job.
Todd - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
ServiceWas just as described Michael came out and did a thorough inspection and maintenance on both my units. He was courteous and professional. I would have cooler come out again.
on time and great service and attitude
Wesley - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Tyler was congenial and efficient.
We LOVE the techs!!!
Erin - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
We love the techs. It feels like such personal service and most times we get the same person with each visit.
Marina - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Everything was great!
Shannon - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Neil - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Francis - Canyon Lake, CA 92587
Dave explained everything very well great tech thank you
Upon arrival replaced defrost board. Tested system and system has a restriction in TXV. Tested filter driers those are good. System goes into high pressure 620psi and shuts off in heating mode. Client is gonna all last company to fix there problems. TXV restricted .
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on heat pump unit. Unit is not heating, and thermostat is displaying no power on screen. Checked indoor air handler electrical and components. Found that unit was getting low voltage power, but not low voltage was not present. Found bad transformer that was not converting high voltage to low voltage. Also found that indoor unit does not have a service disconnect in attic, which leaves the unit unprotected to electrical damage. No surge Protection as well. Ductwork is in very poor condition as well. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner over phone. With approval went ahead and replaced transformer at indoor unit. Restored power and cycled unit. System is now heating, temperature split within range. Signed up for maintenance program. System is operational upon departure.
Performed maintenance on Heat Pump unit. Cycled for heating. Replaced dirty filter. Temperature split in range. Checked unit electrical and components. Primary motor control in good condition. Secondary motor control in range. Thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on 2021 Lennox system. Found coils extremely dirty. System did not have any room for breathing. Amperageâ€™s weâ€™re high in compressor when restricted but dropped when restriction was taken care of. Filter needs to be swapped out. Did not have that size on van. Advised moving up to merv cabinet to filter more. Washed out coils. Tested electrical connections. Systems is in good condition. Client not home worked with son.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. System is not kicking on, is stuck in low pressure switch. Even when restarting entire system. Jumping switches. And nothing. Client had TXV replaced Oct 28. And tech said he couldnâ€™t get it to kick on anymore. Ordering from Lennox. And gonna continue diagnostic when new board is in .
Upon arrival system was operational. Checked outdoor unit because system is a heat pump. Pressures were high due to temperature outside. Amps were in range, washed unit from inside out secondary motor was in range but on the lower side. Safety switches were functioning properly. Moved to the indoor unit blew out condensation line and ducts were good , blower wheel was free of oil and debris. Upon departure unit was heating and operational.
Technician arrived to perform tune up for heat pump -Condenser was cleaned off -Refrigerant levels are within range -Blower motor clean and working properly -Filter will be replaced next visit -System is fully sealed, no air leaking -Surge protection was installed to protect S30 thermostat from electrical surges -Disconnect to air handler was also replaced as there was a broken screw and thread, causing the wire to be loose -The wire was very charred -Disconnect was replaced, everything is protected and safe now
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on 2 units unknown age of units. Looks original to home. Cycled both units and both are operational. Filter where just replaced by client. Washed out condenser coils inside and out. Checked fan motors and one is seizing up and other is at max amps and is going to be seizing up In Future. Secondary motor control was weak and going bad on small condenser. Big condenser secondary motor control is new and looks as it was just replaced. Both primary starters are in range. Checked compressor start up and run amps are in range just high. Checked pressure and found both units holding charge of r-22 and is in range. Units are heating and cooling. Advised to client units are old and have wear and tear and advised can run but just will be having issues in future. He is aware and he stated he is just tend to ride it out. He is aware of his recommendations and repairs. He did declined and just wanted to hold off. Cycled both unit and both units are operat
Arrived on site to perform heat tune up on a 2012 Goodman unit. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace located in attic. Client stated no issues as they have just moved into home. Cycled heater and is operational. Inspected attic and found black flex duct used. Found it to be a bit under sizes as airflow is a bit restricted. Filter was replaced and found it to be a April air. Replaced it with a hepa filter for now as client has allergies. Blower assembly and coil have dust from dirt entered unit. While in attic found that a home foundation of the 2x4 has been cut and was removed and to have been done when they replaced the unit. Advised client so she is aware. Protection has been added. Inspected condenser unit. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Primary starter is good. Secondary motor control was completed bad and only started due to the kick start they had in unit. Fan side was good. Fan motor has a lot of oil that has leaked in past. Recommended replacing to help unit run easie
Performed maintenance on a Lennox heat pump. Temperature split is in range. Filter is clean. Condensate lines are clear and flowing good. Indoor coil is clean. Indoor amp draws are in range. Condenser was chemically washed. Refrigerant levels are ok. Starting components are in range. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure.
Technician arrive to install blower motor module and perform ac tune up -Module was installed and everything fired up perfectly -Condenser was cleaned out with water -Refrigerant levels are within range -Electrical components not drawing too much power -Filter will be replaced upon next visit -System is currently cooling
Error code 201, issue with blower motor -I tested resistance on blower motor, it is reading proper ohms -The blower motor module itself is not reading the proper amount of ohms, and needs to be replaced for this motor to be operational -Part is ordered from Lennox, should be at the shop by tomorrow
Upon arrival unit was operational. Started at the indoor unit checked blower wheel it was free of oil condensation lines were clear filter was clean amps were in range. Inspected ducts , and temp rise was in range. Washed outdoor unit out and checked amps . Upon departure unit was operational and heating
Tested the temperatures and inspected the ducts.
Upon arrival units were operational. Started at the outdoor units checked pressures on both units they were in range. Checked amps and secondary control motors they were in range washed both units and moved to the indoor units. Checked amps of both systems they were in range , blower wheels and condensation line were free of oil and debris. Temp splits for both units were at 20 degrees. Upon departure units were operational and cooling.
Performed an AC maintenance on a 2021 AC pro system. The clients stated that they where having an airflow problem in the upstairs area. When you got half way up the stairs you could feel a substantial difference in the temperatures. After feeling the vents there was hardly any air flow coming from them. I went into the attic and saw that the damper attached to the duck leading up stairs was almost fully closed. After opening the damper and closing certain ones downstairs half way, you could feel much more airflow coming out of the upstairs vents. System was chemically bathed and thoroughly washed. Checked pressures and temperature splits and both where in range. Checked all electrical components and everything was in range. Filters where not swapped this visit. System was fully operational on time of departure.
Technician arrived to perform maintenance for mini split and 3 heads -Condenser was cleaned out thoroughly and debris was removed -All 3 filters were washed out and dried -Refrigerant levels are at proper levels -Air flow is great, air is about 52Â° -Client renewed maintenance membership to keep her system nice and tuned
Upon arrival, client said airflow was poor in bathroom. Inspected ducts and found them designed and installed poorly. Made recommendations on how to improve airflow. Diagnostic fee can be applied towards project if approved within 7 business days.
When I arrived at unit, the pipes were frozen over. I went to attic to make sure blower motor was spinning and air is moving. I then noticed that the door switch stays pushed in all the way even after detaching the doors. Itâ€™s in pushed in position always and will always call for cool. I then went to filters and owner provided filters so I replaced them because they were dirty. The filters were the issue and caused a restriction on system. I then went outside to check noise out on motors I just installed. The noise is the compressor running. Both compressors running at 20 amps. Owner speaking with someone on Friday. No charge today
When I arrived at unit, the owner mentioned he tried to set up his own thermostat. Owner did the job correctly, but wasnâ€™t sure why unit wasnâ€™t turning on. I checked out for fuses and he didnâ€™t pop any fuses. I then went to condenser unit to find why condenser was shut off. I started at breaker and noticed breaker was tripped. Turned breaker ON, then the unit began to work for two minutes. I could hear compressor make the loudest noise. Then it shut off and tripped breaker, I re did same thing but got an amp draw. My amp draw for compressor reached as high as 29 amps and shut off once again. Compressor will continue to do same thing, the compressor canâ€™t be saved. Owner will be speaking with supervisor on Friday to get replacement options. Today just charging for diagnostic of 98.
Last ac maintenance visit, I recommended a rebuild on both systems. The downstairs unit failed and didnâ€™t cool. I set a call for cool and condenser fan motor wouldnâ€™t spin. Amp draw was exceeded for fan motor. I notified owner and he approved of all my recommendations even on other unit. I disconnected both fan motors and set to rpm needed on motors. I cut and reconnected all 24v and 120v legs to the starter. Then lastly I replaced both motor controls for systems. Both units working more efficient now, a lot less quieter than before as well due to the electronic controlled motors.
Tested equipment with Maytag tech support, replaced high pressure switch. Monitored refrigerant pressures. Tested switches to ground and voltages. Checked sensor resistance. Placed umbrella over condenser to shade the unit and cooled the coils with water to lower the pressure.
Replaced defrost board on outdoor system. Tested system on cooling before departure, system is working properly at this time.
Diagnosed defective defrost control board.
Upon arrival, system was not operational. Client said the capacitor had been replaced before by home warranty. Opened up the electrical and found the capacitor had failed again. Inspected unit and found the outdoor fan motor to be leaking oil. Found part of the condenser coil to be falling apart. Filter drier is rusted out. Installed new capacitor and tested system. Compressor is close to max amps. Fan motor is also close to max. Informed client. Client want to do the immediate repair only. Advised client on replacement options. Unit is operational upon departure.