Are you having trouble keeping your Escondido 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 Escondido CA neighbors. Call us to find out what we can do for you.
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Our Reviews by City
Jorge was great
Mark - Escondido, CA
Nanette - Escondido, CA
It's really pleasant to have Michael out to check our system before the winter use of heater.. He is very professional, great at explaining how the heat pump works. Michael also was very helpful in explaining the service contract we chose to renew.
Ryan - Escondido, CA
Jimmy was stellar. He preformed all the services and explained everything with great knowledge.
Excellent continuity of service!
Tracy - Escondido, CA
It’s nice to have the same technician come to our home for service. Great customer service and will continue to use this company!
Ashlee - Escondido, CA
The guys that came out to replace our AC/Furnace were great. Very professional, kind and did a wonderful job! Now our house is cool!!
Ashlee - Escondido, CA
Jimmy was very helpful in getting our AC up and running again! He was very polite and patient with all of my questions. Educated me on the ins and outs of my ancient AC. He even talked to my dad on the phone about the situation 😂 Overall, great experience.
Eileen - Escondido, CA
Great company! Never disappointed!
Cruz - Escondido, CA
Left a google review. Work was done well and the process was transparent and honest. These guys had a smile on their face all the time and it was great.
Great service. Good options presented
Greg - Escondido, CA
Repeat customer to this fabulous company!
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Rory - Escondido, CA
Very helpful on explaining the system. Signed paperwork on a Wednesday installed on that Friday.
Mark - Escondido, CA
The technician was very friendly and professional.
Nanette - Escondido, CA
Micheal is very knowledgeable, takes great care in explaining, and servicing unit...
Cheryl - Escondido, CA
He was on time earlier than I expected.
WTF?! Never again...
David - Escondido, CA
This is NOT company you want inside or around your home. The sales people are professionals. But the installers are way below par. They don’t show up at their scheduled time. They lack any respect or professionalism on site. Taking personal calls, talking slang and cursing aloud while they listen to music. Just to let you know during COVID while most are working from home and taking meetings, you can not have your installers answering calls saying “what’s up Bimbo?!”. Furthermore, they do not wear booties or face masks when they are inside your home. I expected for the price they’d be more respectful. I would NEVER recommend them to anyone EVER!
Pat - Escondido, CA
The guys were knowledgeable, friendly and clean work. They also took the time to answer any questions I had.
Li - Escondido, CA
Madison was very professional and thorough
Air conditioning ready to roll for summer.
Noel - Escondido, CA
Robert - Escondido, CA
Shawn - Escondido, CA
Jimmy was amazing and he was very honest up front and showed us everything he was doing and explained it. This guy was awesome and I look forward to working with him in the future!
Friendly & Knowledgeable
LEAH - Escondido, CA
Michael was so nice and friendly, he felt like a long-time friend by the time he left. He took the time to explain everything to me and didn’t make me feel like an inconvenience for asking questions. I hope he can come back for future service calls.
Thorough & Super Helpful
LEAH - Escondido, CA
Darren asked me questions about my system and its operation, then provided options for me based on my needs and wants. I don’t see customer service like that at all anymore; it was a pleasant surprise!
Marianne - Escondido, CA
Michael did an excellent job describing our systems and the work needed for improvement. Plan to sell house in next year so only reason we didn’t move forward.
Yearly Maintenance Inspection benefits
Carole - Escondido, CA
My heater/air conditioning units are 19 years old and we thought that regular maintenance would give them a few more years. Our maintenance person, Jamie, gave us pictures and an explanation of the wear and tear observed on our system. He discussed various maintenance plan scenarios to decide how we are going to handle the last days of our units before they meet their maker. Should we put our money toward parts and cleanings or just let it pass away and replace it.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Client stated that the temperature was going up instead of down. Opened up clients sink and found that the sink was completely covered and was not letting any water flow through. This was causing a back up to the system and causing saftey switch to let system keep running. Check refrigerant levels and system is still staying to where it needs to be. System is cooling. Did not charge for drain clear. System is operational .
20 Point Inspection: 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 perform diagnostic on 2 year old Lennox system. Homeowner tried to turn furnace on last night and no hot air was coming out of the vents. On arrival made sure gas shut offs were in the ON position. Cycled system for heating. Blower motor immediately kicked on, no heat. Found thermostat was not configured correctly. Reconfigured thermostat to correct settings. Cycled for heat. System cycled on and started heating. Performed full evaluation of system, system is heating correctly. Replaced filter. System is fully operational upon departure.
Cooling testing and maintenance. Monitored operation and measured supply temperatures. Measured voltages and recorded motor amp draws. Tested condenser controls. Inspected air filter. Cleaned condenser coil.
Arrived on site To replaced filter. Client wanted to sign up for ESA yearly. Replaced filter m client was happy with visit.
Arrived on site to perform convoy tune up on a 2019 Lennox unit. Clustered no issues condenser in back yard and furnace drain in hall closets. Cycled both heating and cooling and good. Cycled heat we on and was good. Inducer note was good. Replaced filter client supplied. Blower assembly and motor are good. Motor was in range and amps. Drain lines was good. All safety switches are operational. Unit heating up home good and operational. No protection on unit. Recommend adding surge protectors to system. Cycled Ac and was good and cooling. Clean out side coil inside and out. Checked electrical compartment and components. Primary and secondary motor controls are both good. Fan motor is good and in range. Conor start up and run amps are both good and in range. Pressure are good and stable and cooling hole at 20 degrees. No protection on either r unit and recommended adding surge protectors on unit to protect from electrical surge and power outages that can damage or even short out systems
Arrived on site to perform combo tune up on a 2020 lennox unit. Client stated no issues. Unit is working good and operational. Cycled heating and cooling. Heater was good and operational. Filter was dirty and advised to replace and do so every 3 months. Inducer motor and blower motor are both good. Blower assembly is good. All safety switches are operational. Temperature rise is good. Cycled Ac.condenser is outside. Washed and cleaned condenser coil inside and out. Primary and secondary motor controls are both good. Fan motor is good and operational in range. Run amps and start up amps are in range. Checked pressure and are good and in range and cooling hose at 18 degrees. Unit is cooling home good. Went over all findings and how unit sis running. Went over we all go do with client and client did renew ESA. System is operational and cooling upon departure.
Tech arrived on site. Started ac tune up. Cleaned coils off with water. Cleaned inside of condenser. Removed electrical components and cleaned inside the cabinet. Tested cap. Itâ€™s within range. Motor amps are good as well. Refrigerant charge is good. Did not inspect furnace at this time as it was inaccessible. Made recommendations on easy start kits and surge protection.
Heat pump fall tune up. Tested voltages and amp draws. Measured temperatures. Tested controls. Verified refrigerant charge. Replaced filter.
Perform evaporator coil clean on the primary drain line Due it backing up and leaking thru the venting in the ceiling. Prior to arrival employee at jobsite had recently gone up there to clear out drain line due to the high amount of growth inside the system. System is heavily covered in dust and debris combine d with growth and moisture which is resulting in the coil condensation due to the filter also not been swapped out as well. Cleaned out evaporator coil and brushed of debris. Blew dry Nitrogen thru the drain line to clear any reminder debris. Nick would like all information sent to him only and would like to proceed with a condenser fan motor replacement and duel secondary motor control as soon as possible. Inform them that system is extremely dirty and filters need to be swapped and checked often. Saw no cracks in the drain pan but will not know until system is ran for a long period of time. Primed drain line and system is flowing properly at this time. Clients also mentioned th
Performed Heating and AC maintenance on a brand new ACPro system. Heating controls and burner system was tuned up, recorded and verified in good working condition. Filter is ok at this time. Heating temperature split is 46 degrees. Outdoor unit was very dirty but washed today. Compressor bay and service panel was cleaned. Refrigerant levels were verified ok. Start components were measured and are in range. Compressor and fan amps are ok. Customer is interested in continuing maintenance on this system, he is elderly and retired so he is not in charge of finances but will call in when he gets approval to move forward with his coverage.
Upon arrival, opened up indoor coil to look for UV dye. Found nothing in the coil nor the drain pan, txv doesnâ€™t seem to have any signs of being lose. Temperature splits are still to where they need to be. Condenser coil found some oil looking related hints. Also on door, need to reschedule for 2-3 weeks to let system run some more, system is operational.
Water was backed up on coil, took out some debree out of canal for water flow. Advised client coils and cleavage in drain need to be done. Client said he will call us back when he gets it approved. Cleared some debree and water is running down drain.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 5 year old Goodman system. Homeowners just moved into the home in May. System is not cooling. It is set to cool at 75 degrees and it is currently at 85 in the home. Cycled system for cooling. Indoor unit kicks on and blows warm air. Outdoor unit is completely unresponsive. Checked system high and low voltage power, everything is in order. Outdoor Circuit board was displaying lockout code for high voltage. Reset board to erase codes. System cycled on and started cooling. Let system run to fully inspect for any faults with unit. Refrigerant pressures are in range and system is cooling correctly. Amp draws on unit are within range for compressor and condenser fan motor. Secondary motor control within range. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Everything with system seems to be in order and is now cooling. Unit was running with no filter, homeowner was unaware that there was no filter. Did not have size in truck and they will be pi
Arrive on site to perform maintenance on 5 package units. Started by labeling units on the roof corresponding to the proper thermostat inside of building Cycled all systems for cooling. All units kicked on Normally, with the exception of the office unit compressor is not turning on and cooling. Thoroughly washed and cleaned all units exterior as well as condenser coils inside and out. Units were extremely dirty had not been maintained for a good while. Temperature splits on units are within range. Ensured all drain lines are cleared and draining correctly. 1 inch Filters were extremely dirty on all units, replaced all filters. Evaporator coils and blowers wheels have built up dirt due to filters not being replaced and units not being properly maintained. Would recommend more intensive cleaning on those components for better unit operation. Ryan canâ€™t make any decision as far as additional work. Would like everything emailed over. Office unit was left non operational. No other work
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on 2020 lennox unit. Client wife stated no issues. Cycled both heat and cooling inspected indoor unit. She stated thermostat stopped working when she recently had some work done with her internet and unit just stopped operating. Cycled and reset unit and unit was operational. Blower assembly is good. Motor is good and in range. Unit is cooling at 20 degrees. Drain lines are good and draining at this time. No protection on unit. Wife stated they have whole house surge protection. Inspected out door unit and is good. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Slight dust but good. Electrical compartment and components are good. Refrigerant pressures are good and cooling hole at 20 degrees. Filter is dirty but they stated they would order themselves and replace when they get a new one. Cycled unit in cooling and heating and unit is operating. Went over system and client is aware and happy with service but she stated husband is the decision maker and wo
Summer AC Maintenance Performed Upon arrival system is working and operational. I began my maintenance at the outdoor condenser by breaking it down and cleaning with water and coil solution, removing dirt and debris. I inspected electrical components for wear and tight connections. I checked refrigerant pressures and charge. I tested system amperages. I then proceeded to the indoor furnace unit. I measured temperature splits. I checked condensates for proper drainage and safety. Filter was changed. Inspected electrical to ensure tight connections and monitor wear. Inspected blower compartment for dust and dirt as well as proper balance. Upon departure system is working and operational.
Arrived on site to inspect unit as client stated unit is starting hard and is only 3 year old Ac Pro. Advised inspected unit and cycled cooling. Checked all electrical compartment. Found all parts good. Start up amps were low and less then half of max rate. Primary and secondary are good amp draws on run amps are good as well pulling 10 amp and max rated at 20. Pressure were good and cooling home. Showed client unit is working the way it should and the compressor booster kit is good and operating as it should. Client is aware. Cycled unit and advised is not related and would just pay a 29 Dx fee. Client is aware and happy we came out to check unit.
Performed AC Diagnostic on 2001 Rheem condensing unit. Upon arrival David stated that the system has not been cooling the studio. Temperature will not drop on thermostat. During The Diagnostic I found multiple electrical faults through out the system And will be addressing full condition to make aware so that any potential failure that can arise in the future is addressed. 1. Duel secondary motor control Is defective on fan side terminal Due to out door fan motor using too much power. 2. Starter has significant pitting and burn marks on contact points which can lead to failure or even cause contact points to weld together due to the high amperage draw from compressor and fan 3. Defrost board has burn marks on circuitry and resistors 4. Outdoor condenser fan motor has significant oil leakage coming from bearing and can lead to it locking up overheating due to more resistance 5. System is low on R22 refrigerant charge, Somewhere within the refrigeration Cycle the Refrigerant is leaking
Performed AC Diagnostic on 2004 weatherking. Upon arrival Drew stated that he barely moved in two days ago in the system is not working already. He mentioned that the outdoor unit had a compressor saver kit installed before he moved in and thatâ€™s all he knows of no maintenance or anything else has been done. During my inspection I found multiple points of concerns that were addressed with Drew on how we can increase longevity and prevent failure. 1. Found that system was getting power from outlet but outlet is loose and causing power to become intermittent if wiggled. This is what caused System Not to work initially 2. Indoor blower compartment is hammered with dust and debris a 1 inch filter not being swapped out enough. 3. Duel secondary motor control on condenser is weak on hermetic side total causing the compressor to use more power than needed. 4. Starter is heavily burnt due to the high power usage the compressor is pulling. If burning/pitting on contact points gets worse this
Arrive don site to perform spring tune up on a 2004 trane unit. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace located in outside closet. Client stated no issues just wanted to replace filter. Cycled unit to ensure system operating. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Checked all electrical compartment components. Found starters worn out but okay. Some putting on contact points. Secondary motor control was completely bad and popped on compressor. Recommend replacing. Fan one was good and operational. Fan has been leaking oil from wear and age operating. Client knows unit is old but is still running. Start up are in n range but unit has a booster kit which is keeping unit operational. Pressure are okay and stable as home is cooling at 19 degrees. No protection on either unit and recommend adding surge protectors on both unit to protect from electrical surge and power outages that can damage or even short out systems and components. Cycled unit. Client os aware of how unit is running and area
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Tech arrived on site. Cleaned coils with chemicals. Polished top of condenser. Checked electrical start components. Cap was within range and contractor had minimal pitting. Compressor and fan motor amps are within range. Charge and temp split are good. Minor issues with the electrical whip for high voltage disconnect and the low voltage wires. Quotes client out. Changed out filter and left another per office instructions. Unit is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed condensation clearage on primsry drain. There was a clog right when water got into drain. Cleared out and got water flowing. Condensation pump in working order . Was gonna do maintenance, but there is a big bush on condenser, client gonna call HOA to remove bush. 1. Primary drain backed up and needed cleaning.
Replaced gobi2 condensate pump. Filled condensate basin with water and system is pumping properly at this time.