Are you having trouble keeping your Fallbrook 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 Fallbrook CA neighbors. Call us to find out what we can do for you.
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Great Customer Service
Mark - Fallbrook, CA
Efficient and timely installation
Mark - Fallbrook, CA
Mark - Fallbrook, CA
Jimmy was very educational and transparent in his diagnosis of our HVAC system. He answered all of our questions and took the time to explain the more technical concepts. Excellent experience!
John - Fallbrook, CA
friendly, competent and on time!
Cynthia - Fallbrook, CA
Jorge Cervanes was my serviceperson today. He let me know he was coming with just the right advance notice and followed directions to easily find my house. He was careful not to let my animals in or out, and also careful with my floors. He explained things clearly and let me know my options. He then fixed my ailing air conditioner in short order. He represents Cool Air Solutions very very well.
Sharon - Fallbrook, CA
David - Fallbrook, CA
Professional installation, both installers arrived in a timely manner and completed their work in a satisfactory manner. They were courteous, professional and did the job properly. They explained each step of the process, and any issues that they may have encountered during the installation. They showed me how to use the system and cleaned up after themselves. I have no issues with the service provided by these installers.
David - Fallbrook, CA
The service I received was outstanding. I was contacted, he arrived on time, was courteous and professional the entire time. He found and repaired the problem within a very short period. He broke down the invoice and showed me service plan options to maintain our system. I would definitely use your service again.
Dan - Fallbrook, CA
Richard - Fallbrook, CA
Rocky - Fallbrook, CA
Really great service! Very professional and friendly!
Jane - Fallbrook, CA
Great service! Quick response!!
Beth - Fallbrook, CA
Great service! Quick response!! Mike was so nice and very helpful! Had the job done so quickly!! He made sure we didn’t have any questions and explained everything to us!
Jim - Fallbrook, CA
Jim - Fallbrook, CA
This was easy a thorough. A good price for the service.
Larry - Fallbrook, CA
Gina - Fallbrook, CA
Knowledgeable polite and informative service tech! Jimmy was great!
Cory - Fallbrook, CA
I really like this company. They are fair priced and have gone above and beyond on their service for me. Excellent customer service, friendly, honest and knowledgeable technicians. Been with them for five years and I expect many more.
A/C and furnace maintenance
Kimberly - Fallbrook, CA
Gabriel - Fallbrook, CA
David was upfront, honest , professional! He came in and repaired what was wrong. He didn’t make any repairs up!
Dan - Fallbrook, CA
Douglas - Fallbrook, CA
Very professional. Gave me confidence about doing business with your company.
Great. Good job
Scottie - Fallbrook, CA
Excellent customer service
Paula - Fallbrook, CA
Jason was very thorough & professional
Carol - Fallbrook, CA
Very polite young man -knowledgeable which he shared with us. Thorough check-up of system.
Set the gas valve to the on position. Tested the heat and recorded temperature. Cycled heat twice and allowed the sealant to burn and the odor to pass.
Arrived on site to perform fall tune up on a 2019 Bryant unit. Furnace located in attic. Condenser in back yard. Client stated no issues as home is new and less then 2 years old. Client cycled unit and was operational. Inspected attic. Found new flex ducting used and good. Filter were dirty and client stated he would replace himself. Blower assembly is good slight dust. Motor is good and in range. Inducer motor is good and in range. Igniter and flame sensor are good. Drain lines are good at This time but no safety over flow switches. Recommend adding surge protectors me to at least primary line to prevent any over flow in attic. No protection on unit. Recommend adding surge protectors to units to protect from electrical surge and power outages that can damage or even short out systems and components. Cycled unit and went over all findings with client and recommendations. Clips aware how unit is running and itâ€™s condition. Client did want to hold off for now since unit is new.
Install phenomenal Into supply plenum. with transformer
Upon arrival performed install on motors. System is operational upon departure.
Performed maintenance on furnace and air-conditioning maintenance. Maintenance checked out properly. Client did mention that they felt like system is not keeping up. Warranty has been out twice did all possible at this time. System is Cooling Efficiently at this time with a 20Â° temperature split. Electrical components and condenser coil are good outside. Compressor amps and fan or in range. Filter was recently swapped out. Heating maintenance check out properly. System is Heating With a 40 degree Temperature Rise. Flame sensor was cleaned up. Hot surface igniter is in proper range. Drain lines are clear at this time and show no signs of water in secondary pan. Discussed full condition of system homeowner And she does not want to continue with maintenance at this time. Client will reach out if you would like to continue. Heater and AC check out properly upon departure
Performed AC/furnace maintenance on a Lennox system. Heating temperature split is 30 degrees. All sensors, switches and burners were cleaned. Filter is ok and changed on a timely basis by the customer. Inducer motor is amping ok. Outdoor unit was very dirty but deep cleaned today. Starting components were checked. Compressor and fan amp draws are good. Refrigerant levels were adjusted 1 pound. Recommending hospital grade air purifier for the home to help with air health. System was running at end of appointment.
Performed AC diagnostic on 2001 Rheem condensing unit. Upon arrival Client trimmed bushes around condenser so that I may have access to unit. Client states that system is only blowing out hot air and the only repairs that have been done in the past was replacing a capacitor and rewiring due to the rats chewing it up. System has not been maintained the last four years. During my Troubleshooting I found multiple points of concern of concerns that addressed. 4 ton condenser- 1. Dual secondary motor control is defective on hermetic side terminal. This may have happened due high amp draw and even potentially power outages. 2. Starter has slight pitting and burn marks on contact points. 3. Compressor is pulling significantly high amps putting it at a higher risk of failing 4. Indoor blower motor Has oil leakage coming from bearing 5. System Contains R22 refrigerant which was phased out in 2020 Discussed full condition of system with homeowner And he is aware of the many problems that are
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found breaker tripped. Found secondary motor control out of range. Compressor has start amps of 113 amps. Added a booster kit and brought down to 3 amps. Client wants to replace both indoor & outdoor motors. Secondary motor control will be replaced inside. Coming back to do repairs.
System is not serviceable, client has a very big bush that is all around the entire system. Client needs to trip and keep away from system, this can really damage system. No charge
Client is selling home, said he will let next home owners take care of thermostat. Would have replaced if labor was covered. Decided not to do it
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.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found compressor to not be up and running. Tested secondary motor control, found that secondary motor control was low. Replaced with a heavy duty control, started system. Found compressor starting at 70 amperages on the kick. Added booster kit to system and dropped it down to 9.8 amps. Refrigerant levels are in range. Filter is clean. Every register is open. System is operational upon departure.
Inspected both evaporator coil and condenser coil for any trace dye in the fins. Inspected the txv connections and the u-bends. Inspected the water in the primary drain pan for oil as well as the condensate vent. Found no evidence of dye on the welds inside or outside. Tested the shrader cores as well. There is a very slow leak that needs more time before the dye will become present. System still cooling well at this time.
System qualifies for 18 months no interest
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 2000 unit condenser closeted in back yard. Spoke to client and they stated unit recently stopped working and they have lived in home for about 4 years. They noticed unit was not cooling home and fan was not spinning outside. Cycled unit and fan was not operational. Inspected electrical compartment and components. Found primary starter burnt up and work out. Secondary motor control was completely bad on both terminals and is why fan is not spinning. Advised motor could be going bad and causing secondary to fail. Replaced to test unit. Fan motor has oil leaking from past and advised could fail due to age and over all condition. Found condenser was covered in a oil and on copper line set. Advised client of findings and she stated they had refrigerant added last year and since then did coil until recently. Inspected unit and line set and found a leak was present and advised refrigerant had been slowly leaking over time since Last year. Would have to
System low on charge on arrival. Measured temperature splits and refrigerant pressures, inspected indoor system and verified txv metering device.
$1000 deposit taken - $7481 to be collected in check format from installation crew.
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 7 year old unit. Condenser located in back yard. Client stated no issues. Cycled unit and operational. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Checked electrical compartment and components. Found primary start worn out and creating buzzing noise. Secondary motor control is good and in range. Found fan motor leaking oil. Leaking oil over time from over working is causing motor to seize up bearing name sling as efficiently. Motor coil be failing in future and recommend replacing. Start up amps o. Compressor are high but in range but recommended adding a compressor compressor booster kit to help keep start up low and preserve compressor life span. Run amps are good. Checked pressure and are good. Unit is cooling hole good. No surge protectors on either unit. Cycled system. Went over all findings and areas of concerns and client is aware of how unit is running and conditions. Client would like to hold off for now as husband is not home and is g
Performed maintenance on a Lennox Heat pump. System is cooling 20 degrees. Decent amount of mold buildup in the indoor coil and pan. Indoor amp draws are ok. Filter is clean, UV light is in good condition. Outdoor unit was chemically cleaned. Primary start component is very close to being out of range. Starter is ok. Refrigerant charge was checked . Compressor and fan amps are ok at thus time. Customer had questions about the operation if the thermostat which were answered today. System was running st end of appointment.
Performed AC maintenance on a Lennox system. Cooling temperature split is 20 degrees. Indoor blower is amping ok. Scroll wheel is caked in dust. No visual surge marks on any of the control board diodes. Filter was ok. Outdoor unit was chemically cleaned. Refrigerant levels are low. Compressor and fan start amps are ok at thus time . Starter and primary start motor are in range at this time. Customer wants to schedule a Phenomenal air install. System was running at end of appointment.
Performed diagnostic on 2004 Lennox system. Homeowner states that system is not cooling. The other day it cooled for a couple minutes and then started blowing room temperature air. Cycled system for cooling . Indoor unit kicked on, outdoor unit condenser fan motor is not turning over. After diagnosis found a bad secondary motor control that was not allowing fan motor to turn on. Also found a weak compressor secondary motor control as well. Put in a new secondary motor control and cycled system on to check unit. Further concerns showed that primary motor control is burnt and pitted. Amp draws on condenser fan motor are above range, compressor amp draws slightly high but within allowed range. Refrigerant levels are in range and system is producing proper temperature split. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Spoke about possible replacement and repair options. Homeowner ultimately wants to see how much longer she can get out of system and wants to only do immediate rep
Upon arrival performed maintenance on carrier unit, opened up coil to look for refrigerant leak, was not able to find anything , added 5lbs of 410a, client just wants to top it off, not looking into replacements would like to see how long the refrigerant last. Client is not looking to replace in this time. Amperages on system are in range. Temp splits in range. Secondary and primary motor control in range. Washed out condenser coils. Condenser fan motor leaking oil. System is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 1991 carrier unit. Condenser located in front yard. Furnace and Evaporator coil located in laundry room closet. Client stated no issues and knows itâ€™s really old. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Checked electrical compartment and primary is worn out and burnt up on contact. Secondary motor control is good on both sides. Fan motor is leaking oil and is pulling max amps of .9. Motor may fail soon. Conor start up are hig. And recommend adding a compressor booster kit to help prolong and preserve compressor. Run amps are pulling 14 and ma x rated at 20. Advised compressor is on borrowed time. Checked pressure and found system to have a airflow issues. Possibly could be low o charge but is cooling at this time. But very inefficient due to age of unit. Client is aware. Went over all findings and areas of concerns with client and he did hold off for now as he gun. Look over some finances to see cause he is interested in replacing unit. Wa
Tech arrived on site. Pumped down system. Got access to evap coil. Removed and installed new txv. Pressure tested fittings. Txv was good but pressure was still dropping slowly. Evap coil has oil stains from a refrigerant leak. Pulled vac. Charged refrigerant. Added 1 lbs of 410a. System is now cooling. Informed homeowner of leak. System is operational upon departure.