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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Great customer service
Jesse - Hemet, CA
Very professional, down to earth, straight shooter
Yvette - Hemet, CA
Very respectful polite
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Yvette - Hemet, CA
Will knowledgeable is exactly what I needed for him to do very polite and fast and efficient
Yvette - Hemet, CA
Very polite very efficient very fast with the service and well knowledgeable
Pat - Hemet, CA
Great and fast service!
Felicia - Hemet, CA
Brent was amazing ! Him and his colleague came and worked fast and efficiently. Now my house is cool again for the summer!
Jim - Hemet, CA
Sylvia - Hemet, CA
They are the best no pressure from a sales person. They know what works the best for your home. The install was painless. So knowledgable. THe BEST
Loreano - Hemet, CA
Laureano - Hemet, CA
Great experience & very knowledgeable
Francisco - Hemet, CA
Al - Hemet, CA
Great experience and customer service
Pete - Hemet, CA
Great job. It was a pleasure to meet daniel
Alejandro - Hemet, CA
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Carl Brown - Hemet, CA
Excellent communication, kind and easy to deal with. Workmanship is top-notch and prices very fair. Exemplary!
Kim - Hemet, CA
Great service thank you Luis
Yvette - Hemet, CA
Very polite and well knowledgeable
James - Hemet, CA
Very friendly, knowledgeable and able to adjust to my schedule
Paola - Hemet, CA
Mike - Hemet, CA
Jimmy nice guy got the job done im happy
John - Hemet, CA
He was very good and answered all the questions I had
Upon arrival, found electrical open. Client had tried to replace capacitor. Inspection found the fan motor capacitor had failed. Fixed wiring and installed new capacitor. Tested system. Advised client on replacement of motor. Unit is operational upon departure.
Performed maintenance on 10 year old Lennox system. Cycled for cooling. Temperature split is in Range. Ran system through 20 point inspection checklist. Thoroughly washed outdoor condenser inside and out. Installed new primary motor control as well as compressor assist kit with homeowner approval. Also installed nest thermostat but it turned out to be bad out of the box. Need to return with new thermostat and install. Office to schedule. System is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found system to not kick on. Fan kicked on and was running bAckwards. Replaced secondary motor control & got system up and going. At first I checked furnace to make sure there was no safety switches backed up. Filter was extremely dirty could have cause it to go bad. System is 2013 Lennox. Temp split good. Client asked if we work with home warranties. Signed client up with Memebrship. System is operational.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found system to be off, hooked up my gauges & my pressures were off by 100psi were not equal . Got system to kick on. Pressures looked pretty decent, but had a 14 degree split. Checked filter drier & has a 6-7 degree temp difference there. System is operational but not doing what client wants. Will be coming out Tuesday between 3-5 to replace filter drier.
Arrived on site. Changed indoor and outdoor txvs. Replaced charge. Unit is operational upon departure
Upon arrival performed Maintenance on hydroponic system. Cleaned coils off with brush and chemicals with water. Poured degreaser down drain. Tested secondary motor controls. Dirty blower wheel. Motor leaking some oil. System is very old. Replaced filter. System cools very well.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on system. Homeowner states that system is leaking water from condensation line outside. She cleared the sink as well as connection to the sink, but it is still leaking and she feels like P trap In attic needs clearing. Went into attic to check unit. Secondary port from coil drains right into the drain pan and secondary line is tied to pan. Opened up coil and found primary line clogged at port as well as p trap. Cleared out condensation line. Poured a couple gallons of water to prime trap as well as test proper draining. Evaporator coil is dirty as well as bottom of drain pan, which can cause p trap to clog again. Unit is not equipped with any safety switches. Cycled system for cooling and checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Amp draws on unit are high, causing unit to work hard and inefficiently. Unit is older, and uses r-22 refrigerant, but temperature split is within range. Went over findings and recommendations with Alicia. S
Arrived on site to diagnose a unit not cooling. Unknown age but is older. Client stated them just moved in couple days ago and unit ran and then stopped cooling. Inspected unit and unit was operational just not cooling as good. Inspected electrical compartment. Both secondary motor controls are good and have been replaced. Fan motor has been leaking oil. Primary starter is pitted on contact points. Blower motor is leaking oil as well and is really dirty. Indoor secondary was good. Checked pressure found unit to be low and advised unit could have a leak since itâ€™s low. Advised found home to have a very small return and is affecting the amount of air entering unit and with unit being low on charge as well. Indoor coil started icing over due to under charge and air flow restriction. Unit holds R-22 and is no longer in production. Advised client of findings and she is aware of issues and whatâ€™s happening. She stated she is not trying to put a lot of money into unit as they just moved i
Upon arrival performed maintenance on AC system. Indoor motor is in hood condtion. Primary and secondary motor control in range. Found burnt wires for compressor, red tripped wire and fixed. Added booster kit cause compressor was kicking on at 124 amps, dropped down to 14.4. Refrigerant levels in range. Washed condenser coil. Client did not have funds to do Memebrship today will call in a month when he gets paid. System is operational.
18 SEER 2-Stage
Replaced PCO Kit (filter, UV Light and Catalyst) . Icomfort thermostat has gone completely blank, could not reset alerts. System operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Home owner was swapping out his bad thermostat. Did not wait for system to go through the delay process. So he started swapping out fuses. Advised that thermostat is working. Calling for cooling & kicking on. Advised system does need tune up. Signed client up for membership. Has tenants inside of home. System is operational. Filter needs to be changed. Primary starter & secondary in range. Refrigeration in range.
Arrived on site to perform tune up on a 2014 Goodman unit and a 2020 lennox furnace. Condenser in back yard. Furnace located outside in closet. Client stated no issues she knows of. Cycled cooling and unit did turn on. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Checked electrical and found primary starter pitted from use and age. Secondary motor control is good and in range. Fan motor was in range. Checked start up and run amps on compressor. Start up was getting up but still in range. Recommend adding a compressor booster kit to help prevent hard start up and prolong life of compressor. Run amps are okay and in range. Found unit to be R-22 and no longer in production. Found pressure to hold a charge but found unit restricted of air flow. Inspected home and could not find return vent. Spoke to wife and husband and he stated they mentioned they think they are covered up when hole go remodeled as he think they were in the living room. Advised that is not good for cooling or heating. Inspected
Upon arrival found indoor fan motor had failed. It leaked out its oil causing the bearings to making a grinding sound. Inspected condenser. Compressor was over amping. Capacitor was also low. Installed new motor for temp cooling. Client moved forward with replacement. Unit is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to diagnose a unknown age unit. May be original to home. Unit is on roof. Spoke with client he stated unit just stopped cooling and is blowing warm air. Cycled unit and did not hear compressor turn on. Inspected electrical and found up compressor wires. Compressor was not turning on. Advised of issues. Found primary starter burnt up due to the connection made contact. Secondary motor control was okay and in range. FAn motor was in bad condition and pulling max amps and advised could fail here soon. Checked compressor and found it pulling 20.6 amps and max was 23.5. Advised compressor is going to fail in future due to how hard it working and issues could happen again due to compressor condition. Unit is holding charge and cooling hole good. No protection on unit. Went over all condition of how unit is running and advised now is the time to consider full system replacement due to age and condition and repairs needed. Compared to full system replacement. Client Stated h
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2021 lennox unit. Client stated no issues. Condenser is in back yard. Cycled cooling and good. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Checked electrical compartment and components. Primary and secondary motor controls are both good. Fan motor is good and in range of amps. Checked start up amps and run amps. Both good and in range. Checked pressure of r410a. Unit is holding a good charge. No protection on unit. Inspected indoor and replaced filter. Advised filters should be changed out every 2 month to prevent dirt from entering unit. Unit is cooling home at 20 degrees. Cycled unit and client os aware how u it is running and conditions. Client did hold off on recommendations for now. But will call when he is ready. Cycled unit and not and is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed replacement of 40 amp disconnect breaker .
Upon arrival, began ac tune up. Cleaned condenser. Filter was super restricted. Checked electrical and pressures. No issues at this time. Unit is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival condenser and thermostat was locked out. Error code 426. Reset system. Secured communication wires. Tested unit. Operating pressure are high. Compressor amps are also high. Have quality control manager coming out to asses system tomorrow. Unit is operational upon departure.
Made airflow adjustments to the system and labeled the dampers on the indoor unit.
Made low voltage wire changes and removed transformer from the outdoor system. Tested the air conditioning system.
Performed leak search and recharged system with new refrigerant, pulled vacuum and added leak dye.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on a 1999 heat pump package unit. Client stated unit was working as she just moved in and unit then stopped cooling. She checked breakers and didnâ€™t see anything. Cycled thermostat for cooling and nothing no operation. Inspected electrical and found no high voltage. Found 3 breaker panels and the one behind the unit was tripped for the power to the package unit. Unit was now operational. Inspected electrical. Found second motor control out of range for fan. Second motor control was good for compressor. Found fan motor with some oil. But pulling max amps and advised itâ€™s starting to go bad and making the secondary bad as well due to age and operation. Both Staters seem pro and pitted due to age and operation. Found compressor pulling 9.5 amps and max rated at 10. Advised her compressor is working at max and probably is caused breaker to trip as itâ€™s pulling to much power. This may happen again in future due to how bad compared is working with
Upon arrival performed diag, client did not have plug for disconnect. Replaced disconnect & got system going. Client had already replaced all internal parts. Compressor is running at almost max amps. 21 amps. Client needed the bare minimum, no membership. System is operational but at very high rates.
Technician arrived and customer stated there is water in her ducts. -The condensation lines were going up hill so the water wasnâ€™t able to drain properly -The drain pan was overflowing into the ducting and filling the ducts up with water -The condensate lines were correct with proper flow -The ducting filled with water was drained by putting a hole in the duct, which is now sealed back up with duct sealant -The AC is properly draining now and the client stated the airflow is even better now