Are you having trouble keeping your Corona 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 Corona CA neighbors. Call us to find out what we can do for you.
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Nancy - Corona, CA 92883
Quick and easy
Great Service, Quality work
Ruvdeep R - Corona, CA 92881
From Mateo to Brent and his tech associate, these guys are professional grounded guys. Great experience.
Efren - Corona, CA 92879
Tony is very knowledgeable & thorough & thank me for my military service (USMC). Greatly appreciated for acknowledging.
Matt - Corona, CA 92881
Brad - Corona, CA 92883
I had a condensation drain line clogged. Brent cleared it within a few minutes, changed the air filters and all is good again. I’m really happy with the service seeing that I called another company that charged me and didn’t clear the problem. It’s nice not having a pool of water behind the house too. The emails of communication are great too! Thanks!
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Simon - Corona, CA 92883
All I have to said is the service is great good prices .got excellent service technician who new what he was doing
Frank - Corona, CA 92882
With the excellent service i got I will definitely recommend your company and the technician George vasquez
Martin - Corona, CA 92882
Ray - Corona, CA 92882
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Robert - Corona, CA 92883
Today was our 1st yearly service for our new HVAC system that Cool Air Solutions installed. Evan, the technician that completed our maintenance, was wonderful and very informative. It was a pleasure talking too and having Evan service our HVAC system. Evan even installed the filter, that we had already purchased. That saved a trip for us going into the attic. Thanks Evan!
Amal - Corona, CA 92880
Professional and perfect care
Charles - Corona, CA 92881
Luis - Corona, CA 92881
Brent arrived at the appointed time. He was courteous and knowledgeable. He explained the details of the service visit and answered all of my questions regarding our air conditioning units and his recommendations. Both myself and my wife were very comfortable speaking with him.
Said this may be the final fix
Peter - Corona, CA 92883
Aaron - Corona, CA 92883
Very polite and friendly.
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Josh - Corona, CA 92883
Knowable courteous clean did his job
Charles - Corona, CA 92881
Efren - Corona, CA 92879
Jimmy was knowledgeable and friendly
Excellent Experience and Awesome Service
Robert - Corona, CA 92883
Victor, Bruce & Brandon were very enthusiastic and confident in their work and were informative in their explanations of the installation and the operation of the new HVAC they installed.
Kurt - Corona, CA 92882
Good installation! However we did not get a copy of the heater and airconditoner owners manual.
George was very pleasant and resolved our a/c problem
Jerry - Corona, CA 92880
George was efficient and gave us recommendations for our unit
Joe - Corona, CA 92879
Luis was extremely personable, professional and provided great info on everything involving our system
I left heat jumped out accidentally -Returned to take jumper out
Furnace is tripping high limit switch, getting very hot -Client is aware furnace is in rough condition and is getting up there in age -Registers are all open, Filter was taken out and switch is still tripping -I recommended a blower motor to help cool off system more efficiently -Client is aware furnace needs to be replaced -They do not run heater too often anyhow, mostly the AC -Replace filters every 2 months, 16x25x1
Upon arrival performed maintenance. System has 109 degree temp rise. Is a carrier system but cannot pull heat exchanger to verify that system is damaged. There is not enough room. Advised client we need to open up supply ducting because system is getting to hot. Circuit board looks good. Blower wheel extremely dirty. Indoor blower wheel leaking oil Client said he just switched filter. System is operational.
Arrived on site to perform maintenance it on arrival found unit hasnâ€™t been working for the past 2 weeks as clients have tried to start up heater it did not run. Advised this turned in to a diagnostic and would have to see why unit is not operating. Cycled heating and found inducer to turn on but nothing else. Started to checked safety switches and found all 3 closed up tested continuity on pressure switch as inducer motor is running and found it to not be closing. Removed hoses to inducer and pressure switch. Cleared them out from both sides. I tested pressure switch and I was able to close it just found in user motor was not closing up pressure switch. Jumped up on roof and inspected combustion vent goi no up to roof. Found it to not be clogged up top and was able to see if inside from up on roof and saw nothing clogging up B-Vent. Tested for a couple times and advised inducer motor is not pulling enough to close pressure switch. Advised would have to replace inducer to see if itâ€
System has beat strips, was not set up for heating. Moved both thermostats to conventional heat. System is only blowing about a 7-8 temp difference due to heat strips. Client is aware, this system you have to set it and leave it to maintain temp. System is operational. Will call us back if has any issues .
Clean and Adjust Burners Check Combustion Air for Proper Venting Examine the Heat Exchanger for Damage / Corrosion Test Furnace Safety Controls Inspect Gas Piping Tighten Electrical Connections Measure the Voltage and Amperage Flush the Condensate Drains Measure Tempurature Difference between Supply and Return Air Vacuum Furnace Return Grille Adjust Gas Pressure & Pilot Clean in-place Blower Compartment Inspect Blower Wheel for Proper Balance Check the System's Static Pressures to Ensure Proper Airflow Inspect Duct Connections for Air Leaks / Sizing / Insulation Monitor Air Purification System Check all System Safety and Limit Switches Clean Flame Sensor Inspect Carbon Monoxide Detectors Check Thermostat for Proper Operation / Calibration
Arrived on site to return for repairs of a blower motor. Client is aware and paid last time for motor. Installed and cycled u it but found the wiring to the zone board was not correctly. Found they had not installed a transformer to supply power to the zone board. Advised client zoning should have its on power. Client did want to go forward with adding in the transformer. Got u it operational and removed batteries that are not needed. Cycled unit and inspected unit. Advised found flame sensors and igniter to oxidize and discolored advised could have been from unit Turing on and off back and forth for some time. Parts are operation for now just wanted to advised client of the findings. Recommended adding protection due to the type of equipment client had and the added on zoning and electrical. So it can protect from electrical surges and power outages that can short out systems and components. He is aware and stated he did hold off for now but is happy we came out. Unit is not operation
Arrived on site to perform heating tune up on a 2005 Bryant unit. Client stated he just moved in home about a year or less. Cycled heater and is operational. Found filter extremely clogged up and replaced with filter client supplied. Advised they need to be replaced as most 2 months or less due to area around home. Found black flex ducting used and found it to be under sized. Advised unit is restricted of airflow. Blower assembly and wheel are dirty and have been building up from past years. Motor is leaking oil and working hard from age and operation. Secondary motor control is good and has been replaced recently. Inducer motor is almost at max amps. All safety switches are operational. Temperature rise was high and alamos at max and over heating as itâ€™s at 58 degrees. Tested static pressure and found it high as well and advised due to both these bad findings we would like to properly inspect heat exchanger to ensure itâ€™s safe to run. He is aware and did give permission to inspect
Performed a heating maintenance on a 2014 amana system. Cleaned and Adjust Burners. Check Combustion Air for Proper Venting. Examine the Heat Exchanger for Damage / Corrosion. Test Furnace Safety Controls. Inspect Gas Piping. Tighten Electrical Connections. Measure the Voltage and Amperage. Flush the Condensate Drains. Measure Tempurature Difference between Supply and Return Air. Vacuum Furnace Return Grille. Adjust Gas Pressure & Pilot. Clean in-place Blower Compartment. Inspect Blower Wheel for Proper Balance. Check the System's Static Pressures to Ensure Proper Airflow. Inspect Duct Connections for Air Leaks / Sizing / Insulation. Check all System Safety and Limit Switches. Clean Flame Sensor. Inspect Carbon Monoxide Detector. Check Thermostat for Proper Operation / Calibration. Filter was changed. System was fully operational on time of departure.
Performed a combo tune up on a Lennox system. 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. Drained both condensate lines. Cleaned and Adjust Burners. Check Combustion Air for Proper Venting. Examine the Heat Exchanger for Damage / Corrosion. Test Furnace Safety Controls. Inspect Gas Piping. Tighten Electrical Connections. Measure the Voltage and Amperage. Flush the Condensate Drains. Measure Tempurature Difference between Supply and Return Air. Vacuum Furnace Return Grille. Adjust Gas Pressure & Pilot. Clean in-place Blower Compartment. Inspect Blower Wheel for Proper Balance. Check the System's Static Pressures to Ensure Proper Airflow. Inspect Duct Connections for Air Leaks / Sizing / Insulation. Check all System Safety and Limit Switches. Clean Flame Sensor. Inspect Carbon Monoxide Detector. Check Thermostat for Proper Operation / Calibration. Filte
Arrived on site to diagnose a carrier unit not blowing air. Client thought it was cause family would run heating and cooling but found no airflow at all in cooling or heating. Cycled cooling and condenser was operational. Found no airflow coming out. Inspected attic and indoor unit. Started to trouble shoot unit. Found it to be a high efficiency ecm motor. Started to testing to ensure motor was getting power. High voltage and low voltage. Both were present and motor still did not turn on. By passed board and have power directly and motor still would not operate. Cycled in heating command and blower would not turn on then either. Advised to client it is the blower motor. Motor is not turning on. Advised will have to order motor and return to install it. Client is aware of what was going on. He did want to go forward and replacing motor advised would have special order and office will call once part arrived at office. He is aware and okay with so. He did I want to sign up for a maintena
When I arrived, I was told heating didnâ€™t work. I set thermostat to heating and heard a clicking noise from motherboard. One of relays in board were stuck. I clicked on relays with tool to open relays to function properly. After a minute the clicking noise went away and system turned on in heating. I waited till burners turned on and vents in rooms heated. Heating works but motherboard failing. Motherboard will eventually stop working, today just charging for diagnostic.
Warranty pressure switch installed. Unit didnâ€™t work in heating mode and I came to replace faulty switch. After installing new switch, the system took off immediately. The burners turned on and heat works great. System got up to 100 degrees in the home.
Diagnosed defective pressure switch and ordered part from Goodman.
2 systems needing replacement of filters 6- 24x24x2 4- 18x24x2
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on unit. Homeowner states that on hot days, the system runs for a prolonged period of time and refrigeration pipes will eventually start to freeze so it has to be turned off. Indoor unit is from 1998, outdoor unit was replaced with a Dry r-22 unit and is no not the original unit, but still older and with older refrigerant. Cycled system for cooling. Unit came on normally and started cooling. Checked electrical and components. Found that indoor motor is leaking significant amount of oil, and blower wheel is dirty. Gauged up to unit and found that system is slightly low on refrigerant. Because this was a dry unit, system could possibly never been charged correctly, or system can have a leak somewhere. This causes system to struggle on hotter days and eventually freezes the pipes. Also noticed that emergency drain pan had water in it and is rusted out. Secondary drain line has been completely eliminated and was simply routed into a primary, which is n
When I arrived at house, I was told there was leak coming from evaporator. Owner told me he had someone previously come and try to fix. Same issue kept happening after though. I cut into pvc and blew down line set with 300 psi from nitrogen tank. I then did a pressure test with my lungs, and I had no back pressure whatsoever. Line set is cleared of any debris. I started new pvc re work and dissembled old pvc run. I gave a new p trap, nineties, couplings and tee pvc. I strapped down pvc line for downwards slope.
When I arrived at unit, I was told that lounge room doesnâ€™t cool as good as front rooms. I inspected the package unit, and tested all motor controls. They were reading full on all six of them. I checked refrigerant levels and system is full on refrigerant. One thing I did notice was filters hadnâ€™t been replaced in three years. They were black and caked on with dirt. No air is passing by to cool down lounge room as needed. Filters all need to be replaced for this system. I moved onto the front room package unit and all those filters needed to be replaced as well. A maintenance is needed on both systems. There isnâ€™t water access on roof or a hose outlet anywhere near. Filter swap out on both systems will dramatically change air flow to each room.
Pressure tested to 500 psi all penetrations sealed system is currently cooling
During my twenty point heating inspection, I started with the thermostat. Giving a call for heating, and going to furnace to start maintenance. Temp rise of 35-65 needed, I got a temp rise of 45. House heats up to designated temperature. I checked out blower motor of any dirt or debris. Itâ€™s clean, only being a four year old system. Replaced air filter for new air filter. Owner had extra one, so just used his. Hot surface igniter not cracked or having white spots. Flame sensor still working good, no need to be cleaned. Ducting done correctly, and all runs intact. Inducer motor is working efficiently. House heats good and ready for winter.
During my twenty point heating inspection, I started with the thermostat. Giving a call for heating, and going to furnace to start maintenance. Temp rise of 25-55 needed, I got a temp rise of 44. House heats up to designated temperature. I checked out blower motor of any dirt or debris. Itâ€™s clean, only being a four year old system. Replaced air filter for new air filter. Owner had extra one, so just used his. Hot surface igniter not cracked or having white spots. Flame sensor still working good, no need to be cleaned. Ducting done correctly, and all runs intact. Inducer motor is working efficiently. House heats good and ready for winter. Moved onto the upstairs unit, I shut off downstairs after I was done with my inspection. Put system in a call for heating mode. Soon as the house warmed up after thirty minutes. I got a temp rise of 38, which is perfect in my temperature rise range. House heats up to designated temperature. I checked out blower motor of any dirt or debris. Itâ€™s
Arrived on site to diagnose a leaking unit. Arrived and spoke so client and he stated unit is leaking in attic as they just noticed it a couple days ago and itâ€™s been getting wet. Unit dotes run and cool just leaking issues. Inspected attic. Upon getting into attic found supply side plenum disconnected and with the hot air in attic itâ€™s condensation a lot more. Found emergency pan all rusted up. Drain lines are routed both to primary line. No over flow switches to shut off in case overflow. Found pan was not covering a corner leaking. Okay after was getting to base wood of furnace. Water started to leak from there and is getting wood base wet and after a long time itâ€™s all wet itâ€™s starts to get drywall wet. Advised client had a bit of areas of concerns. He is aware. Found furnace inside is starting to rust up as well. Showed client repairs needed and they are aware but stated they are going to see what the original builder can do to help them so they did declined repairs toda
Cleaned and Adjust Burners. Check Combustion Air for Proper Venting. Examine the Heat Exchanger for Damage / Corrosion. Test Furnace Safety Controls. Inspect Gas Piping. Tighten Electrical Connections. Measure the Voltage and Amperage. Flush the Condensate Drains. Measure Tempurature Difference between Supply and Return Air. Vacuum Furnace Return Grille. Adjust Gas Pressure & Pilot. Clean in-place Blower Compartment. Inspect Blower Wheel for Proper Balance. Check the System's Static Pressures to Ensure Proper Airflow. Inspect Duct Connections for Air Leaks / Sizing / Insulation. Check all System Safety and Limit Switches. Clean Flame Sensor. Inspect Carbon Monoxide Detector. Check Thermostat for Proper Operation / Calibration.
Performed residential diagnostic on 13 year old Goodman condensing unit. Owner states that after running the system for an hour or so the system continues to run however no air comes out of the supply ducts. Upon checking the refrigerant charge it was found to be low implying there is a leak in the system and this is most likely causing the evaporator coil to be icing over. Due to the cost of repairs and adding R-22 refrigerant Kyle is interested in replacing the condensing unit. A comfort advisor is scheduled to meet with Kyle and his wife on 10/13/22 at 12-2pm. Upon departure system is partially operational.
Performed diagnostic on system. Tenant states that water is leaking from the unit. Filter was wet, as well as the whole closet platform and floor. Unit is from 1975. Cut open condensation line and found that condensation line is clogged. Spoke to homeowner over the phone to take care of this immediate problem. She authorized over the phone. Pressurized line and blew out restriction in drain line. Tested drain line and it is flowing properly. Cycled system for cooling. Unit kicks on and starts cooling. Drain line is located at outdoor planter. Can not guarantee that it will not clog again in the future. Also due to system age, can not guarantee any system operation. System is operational and draining upon departure.