Heating, AC & Indoor Air Quality
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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Our Reviews by City
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.
Reg - Fallbrook, CA
All good and friendly and professional.
Morace - Fallbrook, CA
Cory - Fallbrook, CA
I have been with Cool Air Solutions for a couple of years now and I wouldn't go anywhere else. The number of times they have taken care of me from start to finish on projects and services is hands down the best. The work is top notch and the prices are very competitive. Everyone in the office is so polite and courteous I have never had a bad experience on the phone or in person.
service call- perfect service, thank you!
LRV Mike - Fallbrook, CA
Luke arrived and performed the work exactly as described with terrific professionalism and answered all our questions, a big thank you!
Sharon - Fallbrook, CA
Jessica - Fallbrook, CA
Great customer service
Hollygoddess - Fallbrook, CA
Bryan provided a very thorough estimate, very patient!
Quick and efficient
Monica - Fallbrook, CA
Jennifer - Fallbrook, CA
Easy and convenient maintenance.
Great service- very polite and understanding
Debi - Fallbrook, CA
Courteous, polite, knowledgeable, efficient.
Fix air flow
Maureen - Fallbrook, CA
Tim - Fallbrook, CA
Technician was very polite and professional. Explained service and prices very well!
Richard - Fallbrook, CA
very friendly and efficient
Upon arrival performed circuit board installation. System is operational.
Performed diagnostic on 10 year old Rheem system. Homeomer states that system was running and cooling last night. System ran all night before he noticed that thermostat had gone completely blank. Turned breakers off to shut the unit off. Upon arrival, flipped breakers back on to diagnose system. System immediately kicked into cool mode, and thermostat was blank. Checked for power at thermostat and it is recieving proper voltage. Thermostat has a bad display screen and has locked itself into cooling mode. Thermostat needs to get replaced. Also found that UV germicidal light in the coil is no longer working. It is recieving power but not turning on. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. With approval, went ahead and replaced with brand new thermostat and brand new UV light. Because the UV light was installed last year, it was still under parts warranty, labor was chargeable. Programmed thermostat accordingly and cycled through heating and cooling. System is programmed c
Performed diagnostic on system. Age is unknown, serial number is completely faded away. System is not cooling. Jordan came out to give estimate on system, homeowners were looking to repair it instead. Per Jordan, fuses were broken. Cycled system for cooling. Indoor unit came on and started blowing air, outdoor unit is unresponsive. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Power is coming in to disconnect box, but not out to unit. Fuses are in fact broken and need to be replaced. Changed out fuses. System now recieving power, but not kicking on. Primary motor control is recieving 24 volt command but not engaging . Also Found a completely dead secondary motor control which was blown up at the top. Informed homeowner of findings and what needs to be done to then continue evaluating full system. With approval, replaced both primary and secondary motor controls. Cycled system, system kicked right on and started cooling. Compressor starts up really hard and loud, and pulling in
Upon arrival performed leak repair. Repaired leaking copper pipe. Pressurized system to make sure for no leaks. Vacuumed system down to 500 microns. Charged system up with 7lbs 5 oz of r410a. System is completely functional. Cannot take payment , do not have service in area. Office to call Shawn.
Found system non operational upon arrival. Customer stated we had recently replaced a condenser fan motor in his downstairs system. He said upstairs system was now doing the same thing and he thought it was most likely the same thing. Checked electrical and motor and found motor seized. Before being able to give the customer options, the customer stopped me to show me a piece of paper. He stated we had charged him too much for labor and that he had found the part online for only $180. Customer said thank you for coming out so late and asked what he owed me for coming out. We did not quote him any dispatch fee so there was no charge attached. Customer walked me out the door and said he will install the motor himself. Was not interested in anything else. No repairs done today. Not responsible for damage that can come from improper installation or proper knowledge of equipment. Was not able to assess the rest of the rest of the system due to unit not working and customer not approving any
Performed routine spring maintenance on AC system in Fallbrook. Replaced 20x30x1 air filter. Tested and verified correct operation of system.
Upon arrival found circuit board to be going on and off. Terminals are falling off circuit board causing system to turn on and off. Thermostat loses power every so often. Customers are gonna talk to see if they wanna do circuit board replacement or system replacement. Temp fix right now.
Performed heat pump AC maintenance on Lennox condensing unit
came out to do a leak search, a lot of refrigerant oil inside condenser. Found leak at compressor joint. Customer wasnâ€™t home to approve leak repair. Mother in law said she will have him get a hold of me.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 12 year old system. Homeowner states system is not producing any cold air. Cycled system for cooling. Indoor system kicks on, outdoor unit is unresponsive. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. System is recieving proper high voltage, but low voltage command is not making it to the primary motor control. After troubleshooting, found that 24 volt common that is coming off of the defrost board is bad which is not allowing primary to engage. Primary motor control is also burnt around the contact points. Gave homeowner options and pricing. Also gave homeowner a temporary solution. Homeowner wants to get system cooling temporarily, went ahead and rewired the common by bypassing the defrost board. System kicked on and started cooling. System is producing proper temperature split. Homeowner is fully aware that this is not the best way to get system operational, but just wanted it as a temp fix. His neighbor also does air conditioning.
Upon arrival performed maintenance. Outdoor condenser was completely opened up and washed out. Primary and secondary controls in working order. Amperages throughout system very good. Indoor motor and wheel very good. Filter was washed out. Condenser fan motor in good condition. Refrigerant levels good. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Performed diagnostic on 2002 Lennox system. Homeowner states system is not cooling, outdoor unit is not coming on. Cycled system for cooling. Indoor unit comes on, outdoor unit is unresponsive. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Found that low voltage wire was chewed up where it comes out of the house, rodents most likely chewed up the wire. Advised homeowner wiring would have to be fixed. There is enough wiring left to where we can add a piece of wiring and run to the condenser, however outer jacket on wire is gone. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Best option would be to re run new wire inside of a flex pipe to keep rodents away from it. Homeowner wants to go with the immediate repair for now, her husband will most likely be running wire and pipe when he comes home from deployment. Did wiring repair on unit. System kicked on and started cooling, producing proper temperature split. Signed homeowner up on yearly ESA maintenance program, perfo