Cool Air Solutions has provided Hemet CA air conditioning and heating solutions since 2006. Our services include installation, design, repair and maintenance for residential and commercial clients.
Read our reviews below to learn why your Hemet CA area neighbors call us first when they need help making or keeping their home comfortable.
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Troy - Hemet, CA
Nice service man, he was able to fix all our problems with the AC.
Diane - Hemet, CA
On time. Polite and knowledgeable
Christine - Hemet, CA
Very helpful. Explained what he was doing.
Every year totally honest & professionak
Jerry - Hemet, CA
Used 4 yrs since bought......very Honest...//////
Every year totally honest & professionak
Jerry - Hemet, CA
Luke as become part of our family when we need service on items. Always explains well & cleans up everything.....Outstanding in all ares of communication & service...
Dawna - Hemet, CA
Travis was an excellent service tech. Perfect representative to enter a customer's home. Clean, well groomed and very personable. Performed his tasks and took time to explain the needs of my HVAC system without a hard sell. Highly recommend Cool Air.
5 STAR ALL THE WAY!!
Terry - Hemet, CA
Good callback and appt. setup procedures. Mike called to confirm he was on the way and arrived on time. Pleasant personality and explained what he was doing and what my system needed. Very happy from start to finish. I will definitely recommend CoolAirSolutions! and use them again.
Cindy - Hemet, CA
Alway's great, reliable and professional customer service!
OUTSTANDING FIVE STAR
Gerald Clark (Jerry) - Hemet, CA
Luke knew is business.... When opened found 2 brass cover nuts not put back by last June by man that new nothing and had to call into find out about location of above outlets.... Luke did a great job of checking and explaining to me... Also was very good....
Upon arrival found system to be frozen up. But still running. Called Lennox tech support, told me to add refrigerant, added about 1.5 lbs of refrigerant. System now tripping on high pressure, Lennox told me to take some out. Took out refrigerant. System seems to be running fine, tested it at 100% capacity making sure it stays on, turned off multiple times due to high pressure. Client still thinks it is not heating how she would like. Lennox advised for us to get a rep out here if we still have problems, advised client she will be getting a phone call at end of the day. Went through different trouble shooting with Lennox. System is operating. Client is fully aware of issue, explained to her that we are here to take care of her and try to get the issue resolved to please work with us, and be patient.
Arrived on site to perform heating tune up on a 2014 Lennox package unit. System located on roof. Cycled system in heating mode to ensure system operating. Thermostat good. Found filters dirty and replaced filters. Recommend do so more often. Checked electrical compartment and components. Connections good and secured. Blower assembly and wheel accumulating light dust. Motor is good at this time. Amp drawls are in range. Inducer motor good. Found amp drawls at max on inducer as itâ€™s pulling 1.0 and max rated at 1.0. Advised inducer motor is working hard and could fail in future if continues to pull max amps. Heat exchanger has heat impingement and hot spots developing from self wear in past years. Found safety flame sensor burnt up and oxidized. Cleaned sea roe but is still oxidized and burnt up from self wear in past years. Would recommend replacing due to itâ€™s condition and itâ€™s could stop working in future. Drain lines has some debris due to lack of filter change out as client
Arrived on site to perform fall tune up on 2 2006 Aire-flo system located in attic. Client stated no issues. Cycled both systems on and both were operational. Found filters dirty recommended replacing more often to reduce amount of dirt entering Both system. Found both systems to have black flex ducting used. Okay condition. Blower assembly are dirty and accumulating dirt and debris from lack of filter change out creating stress and over work motors. Recommend blower assembly and wheel cleaning both systems to reducers amps and help motors run easier. Motor have been leaking oil from over working as motors have layer of oil and dirt build up from past wear. Recommend replacing both blower motors as they are showing signs of premature failure and could fail in future due to conditions and working hard. Found one inducer motor over amping in downstairs unit. Inducer is over amping and advised could fail in future if left in same condition. Recommend replacing before completely fails an
Arrived on site to perform fall tune up on a 2 heaters. A 2019 Lennox unit and a 2005 York system. Cycled both systems in heating mode to ensure system operating upon arrival. Both good and nest operational. Found new ducting used on both systems and okay condition. Inspected new unit. Filter dirty and recommend replacing to reduce amount of dirt entering system. Other filter was just replaced by client. Blower assembly is good and slight Dust on new unit. Older unit due to access unable to open up blower compartment due to way system is designed but possibility of some dirt accumulating over the 15 years of operation. Motors amp drawls are both in range. Evaporator coil are good. Older unit haze some debris due to areas home is surrounded by which is always windy and a lot of dirt entering home. Drain lines are good. Found no protection on either unit indoor and outdoor. Recommend adding surge protectors on unit to protect system from electrical surges from power outages and high vol
Performed furnace diagnostic on 2011 Amana, system is fully operational , Ramona could figure out passcode to T4 Honeywell thermostat. Entered new password for system (1234 passcode). Tested system in heating mode and all parts are working properly. Homeowner signed up for maintenance plan
Arrived on site on 2008 down flow system. Furnace and evaporator coil located in laundry room closet. Client stated no issues just wanted system serviced and had some questions about there thermostat. Cycled system in heating and system was operational. Found filters to be good as client donâ€™t use system a lot and are still good. Found blower assembly dirty and wheel dose have some build up creating stress on motor. Motor was already replaced once in past as client dose have home insurance and stated if anything dose happen to system he would have them replace system. Checked all electrical components, connection, and wiring. All good. Recommend a blower assembly and wheel cleaning to reduce stress build up on motor. All safety switches are operational at this time. Recommended adding a surge protector to furnace to protect unit from getting damaged or shorted out from high voltage or electrical surge in power lines. Temperature rise is good and in range and heating. Cycled system to
Replace existing intertherm furnace with listed equipment.
Upon arrival replaced txv. Vacuumed system down to 650 microns. Added 14 lbs of r410a. Cycled heat and cool with no code. Will follow up with clemmie to see if system is still operational. Was getting code 413 before issue and lennox said txv was bad. System was reset tested and fully functional;
Came back and replaced nest could not connect due to home owner not being home. Said he will connect by himself. Connected nest to internet.
Post job walk. We need to return to put in an air scrubber or phenomenal Air
Post job walk. Adjusted airflow to master bedroom and main area. Adjusted registers in master bedroom. Re taped torn duct to spare bedrooms next to access in the hall easy
Need to bring new thermostat, old nest does not connect to app, tried to reset several times and gone throug steps google does and nothing connects.
Upon arrival performed diagnostics. Tech support advised we replace TXV. Gave them pressures, static pressure, info of the system. Went through diagnostics over the phone and found out that txv is faulty. Ordering the parts from lennox, will schedule call when part comes in.
Returning for evaporator coil install, Includes labor refrigerant and five year warranty
Upon arrival performed maintenance on 2 year old package unit for heating. Inspected indoor coil very clean. Blower wheel and motor very good. All electrical components dusted off. Circuit board and electrical connections in very good condition. Filter was replaced. Had to manually start system from circuit board due to client forgetting passcode to thermostat. Home owners are selling property just wanted maintenance. No further recommendations At this time. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure
Upon arrival performed maintenance. Indoor blower motor has excessive oil leaking. Dirty blower wheel. Was not able to visually inspect evap coil due to how system was installed. Plenum curbed are in the way. Primary power distributor is pitted and burned. Refrigerant levels in range. System has brand new fuses and run capacitor. System is very old and has a lot of flaws. System is original to home. There is no model or serial numbers. System running at a high rate, due to age. Refrigerant is r22. Overall condtion is poor, a lot of parts beginning to fail, major parts and key components. Recommend replacement of system, motor makes very loud noise on start up. System reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Customer is going to use hero for 5277 and then pay 1523 a month over 4 months to pay the balance approved by Justin. 1st payment will be 10/28/20 and the next 3 payments will be 11/28/20, 12/28/20 and 1/28/21. I collected 4 checks and we will deposit them on the designated dates.
Called customer twice and left voicemails. Phone calls were sent straight to voicemail both times. Also tried to reach the customer earlier this morning with no success. Please call customer to arrange reschedule.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic on heat pump system. Found filter to be extremely dirty. Replaced filter that customer provided. 2. Checked refrigerant levels and temp splits everything in good standing condition. 3. Found system to be locked out on high pressure switch, cycled heating and cooling several times did not get any type of code. 4. Code could have been extremely dirty filter causing restrictions. 5. System is operational.
Performed AC diagnostic on 2014 Goodman condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic there were a few points of concerns that were addressed. Found that system was very low on 410 a refrigerant charge and was previously charged up by two other companies about twice. Added refrigerant charge to find out that the metering device is a piston although the piston may be the wrong size or nothing at all because I had zero sub cooling which is not a good indication it may mean that this coil is flooding. Also dropped in a refrigerant leak dye To confirm location of leak in approximately one month. 1. System extremely low on 410 a charge due to refrigeration leak. 2. Previous company swapped out condensing coil but kept old evaporator coil with piston metering device. 3. Piston metering device may be wrong size or may not contain any piston within valve due to the low sub cooling I observed on my gauges. 4. Injected refrigerant leak dye to pinpoint exact location of leak Recommendations- 1. Locate lea
Performed AC diagnostic on Evcon system. Upon my diagnostic I found that the primary drain line had been clogged that is piped outside. This drain line is responsible for the draining of condensation of the evaporator coil. I proceeded to cut the half inch PVC line in vacuum out and run dry nitrogen through to clear any restrictions. Also went under house and took apart Flex hose connecting to PVC and cleared all restrictions within that hose system is flowing and draining properly at this moment and refrigerant pressures look fine, All the low-voltage wiring was chewed up a bit by rodents respliced it looks good now. Upon departure system is fully operational and cooling.
Installation of 5 ton single stage system
NO COOL. Found system non operational upon arrival. Customer stated unit has about a month not cooling well. After inspecting found refrigerant lines completely frozen. Thawed unit out and ran heating for a little to accelerate thawing. Gave customer possibilities while unit was thawing. After letting unit thaw for about an hour, found unit low on freon. Customer approved adding refrigerant and leak seal with leak search. Coming back out on September 15, 2020 to locate leak. Customer wants check to be cashed that day too. Check #513. Unit operational upon departure.
Upon arrival found thermostat not installed. Installed thermostat for customer. System is operational. Signed customer up for membership monthly. System is operational upon departure. Filter sized are 16x20x1 x2
NO COOL. GOOGLE. Found system operational upon arrival. Customer stated unit wont stop running. She said it had been running for a day and a half. Found blower in the on position. Customer stated that they knew it was on but the fan wont turn on by itself. They stated it was the outside unit that wouldnâ€™t shut down. Inspected outdoor unit and found unit frosting up. Checked indoor unit and found unit is not calling for cooling since fan is not running. Opened outdoor unit panel and the unit stopped. Edison box may have been malfunctioning or there may have been something pushing wires together. Board is not calling for cooling. Unit is original to the home. Parts show wear and tear. Unit uses r22 freon which is being phased out. Recommend looking into upgrading equipment soon due to efficiency and age of the unit. Customer also stated she wanted to have drain line cleared out. Before leaving customer wanted test unit again. Unit did not want to turn off again. Customer decided to g