Cool Air Solutions has provided Lake Elsinore 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 Lake Elsinore CA area neighbors call us first when they need help making or keeping their home comfortable.
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Very friendly good service
John - Lake Elsinore, CA
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Maria - Lake Elsinore, CA
Jorge was very polite and very informative.
Great service to expensive
Melissa - Lake Elsinore, CA
Rocio - Lake Elsinore, CA
Service was great . Darren was very helpful
Terri - Lake Elsinore, CA
Terri - Lake Elsinore, CA
Great service, team was very neat and clean
Great Service! Made us feel at ease and comfortable
Angela - Lake Elsinore, CA
It was absolutely a wonderful experience, fast and friendly answered all my questions and concerns. I was left with a feeling of reassurance and no worry.
Mary - Lake Elsinore, CA
Mr. Garcia, fixed my cooler and did a clean job . He waz very efficient too. Thank you much.
Rocio - Lake Elsinore, CA
Very professional and helpful!
Jimmy is very knowledgeable and patient
Monica - Lake Elsinore, CA
Joe - Lake Elsinore, CA
On time, called ahead to confirm appointment, very detailed and informative. Would continue to use Cool Air Solutions and suggest others to call them for their HVAC needs.
Kimberly - Lake Elsinore, CA
Very informative abs helpful
Tommy - Lake Elsinore, CA
Daniel is very knowledgeable, he carefully explained everything and is honest, he will not try to force you to buy something that you don’t need, unlike other companies, will request him to do my maintenance all the time, he’s an exceptional employee.
Debbie - Lake Elsinore, CA
Barbara - Lake Elsinore, CA
Reliable and Knowledgeable.
Jose - Lake Elsinore, CA
Good fast Service, technician explained the service he was about to perform and kept me informed of routine operations.
Great Installation service
Christine - Lake Elsinore, CA
Great service as usual
Priscilla - Lake Elsinore, CA
Courteous, thorough, and effective. He corrected the problem quickly but ran multiple checks to ensure that his fix worked.
Darrin - Lake Elsinore, CA
On behalf of my husband I was the one home. So I will say Jimmy was super nice. He explained everything. Cleaned my filthy unit with no complaints. I am a satisfied customer,Thank you Cool Air Solutions for hiring such great people. Debi Williams
Priscilla - Lake Elsinore, CA
My full system replacement went very well. All of the technicians were professional and answered all of my questions.
Priscilla - Lake Elsinore, CA
Jamie went out of his way to thoroughly check my system and to ensure that I understood his findings and recommendations.
Sergio - Lake Elsinore, CA
I recommend other people for your service
Awesome service very helpful
Ruben - Lake Elsinore, CA
Told me everything I needed to know
Performed AC/heater maintenance on mini split five head Lennox unit. Upon arrival client stated the downstairs system on mini split A Who is not working to performance as stated by the tenant living below. Initially asked the tenant she stated the system has no problem right now. temperature split checked out properly with a 30Â° delta split on downstairs head. Cleaned up condenser coil and electrical compartment. Amperages are in range for compressor and fan. All filters were clean by client. system is cooling and heating properly at this time.
Performed AC maintenance on a pair of carrier condensers. Downstairs unit is cooling over 20 degrees. Condensate lines are clear but have no overflow switch. Battery cap for the blower motor is failed and causing damage to the motor. Burned diodes on the control board. Outdoor unit was deep cleaned. Starting components were measured and verified ok at this time. The battery and starter and fan have been swapped on this unit. Surge protection was also added previously. Refrigerant levels are ok. Upstairs unit is cooling over 20 degrees. Condensate lines are clear but have no overflow switch. Battery cap for the blower motor is failed and causing damage to the motor. Burned diodes on the control board. Outdoor unit was deep cleaned. Battery cap for compressor needs replacement. Refrigerant levels are ok. Compressor amps are high. Homeowners are very busy with work. The husband is aware of the condition. Both systems were operating at end of appointment.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 10 year old package unit. Homeowner states system is not operational at all, fan is not even turning on and he believes there is a blown fuse up on unit. Went on roof and Checked package unit electrical and system components. System is recieving proper high voltage power, but no low voltage power present. Found a bad 5 amp fuse on circuit board not allowing system to turn on at all. Replaced fuse and tested unit to check for any electrical short. System cycled on and started running, fuse no longer blew out. Homeowner made comment that his system does not cool very well in the summer time. The system was here when he purchased the home. Performed thorough evaluation of system to figure out why system does not cool correctly. Upon attic inspection, found that ductwork is in horrible condition. Actually found that the return duct had completely came off the unit, and system is pulling all the air in from the attic and not from inside of the home,
Performed furnace maintenance on 16-year-old Gibson furnace. Upon my maintenance I went to thru a safety/electrical inspection. I found a couple points of concerns that were addressed with homeowner. Furnace- 1. Indoor blower motor has significant oil leakage coming from bearing. This can lead to the motor locking up or overheating. Indoor blower motor supplies air for both heating and cooling in the home 2. Flame sensor was slightly oxidizing from wear and tear over the years 3. Inducer draft motor is over amping at 2.86 A When it is rated for 1.5 A. Inducer draft motor is using too much power 4. Blower wheel is covered in dust and debris Discussed full condition of system with homeowner and she understands where it is at the moment. Advised her that indoor blower motor is leaking oil along with the inducer draft overamping at the moment. At this point any repair done to the system itâ€™s just a band aid. Client understands and does not want to put money into a 16-year-old system rath
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 2004 Lennox system with new Condenser Coils. Homeowner states his thermostat just went blank and is not turning on. Heâ€™s checked for power at the thermostat and not recieving any power. Also went into attic and checked unit. Re-checked power at thermostat to confirm and there is no power present. Went up into attic and checked system electrical and components. Unit is receiving proper power. Found that unit has a safety switch installed that was tripped, and secondary drain pan was full of water. Primary drain line appears to be clogged and needs to be cleared. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Homeowner is pretty handy and will be taking care of the repair himself. No other work performed aside from diagnostic. System not operational upon departure
Performed AC maintenance on a 2007 Air temp condenser. Cooling temperature split is 20 degrees. filter is very dirty. Condensate lines are clear. Condensate pump is in good working condition. Systems return is very small causing restriction. Duct runs have been replaced recently. Indoor blower is very dirty. Blower motor is slightly leaking oil. Battery for the blower is in range .Outdoor unit was deep cleaned. Fan motor is leaking oil. Battery cap is out of range on both terminals causing the fan motor seal to break. Compressor start and run amps were recorded. Refrigerant levels were off. System was running st end of appointment. Homeowner knows the condition of his equipment wants to hold off on repairs due to a long list of other home repairs.
Tested system operation and inspected for problems. Found evaporator coil very clogged, this is causing the system to ice up and fail to operate o warmer days, the filter is missing as well - this works to protect the evaporator coil. There is heavy amounts of water in the ducts under the floor, this needs to be drained and a sanitizing system should be installed to clean the vents as much as possible. Due to the age of the coil and the rust in the drain pan it is likely that the water is bypassing the pa and leaking straight into the ducts. Replacing the equipment is the most practical option at this point.
Arrived on site to diagnose a leaking unit in attic. Spoke to client and she stated she lived in home for a a couple years and was told unit is 2 years old. Inspected unit and found unit is from 2015 Goodman. She showed me drain line out side was draining but unit dose coil good. Inspected attic and unit and found drain lines was clogged up. Advised would need to cutt and clear line. Furnace and Evaporator has have no emergency drain pan. Drain lines have no safety overflow switches on either line and recommended adding one at least to primary line. Advised under sink can be clogged and she stated she doesnâ€™t have plumbing issues. Blew and vacuum line from top to bottom. Cleaned under sink as well and is clear. Client saw line were really backed up. Water tested and lines are cleared now and draining. Connected safety switches and reconnected lien and is good. Cycled unit is operant good. During connection time was connecting line and found copper line that goes under sink was corr
Found chewed wiring inside the lineset flashing. Spliced the wire to the pump and tested the unit with water to confirm pump is operational.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on 1 year old system. Took out clients standard filters, she was not aware that she had upgraded filtration with system. Showed home owner was filter looked like and explained how filter works and gets swapped. Outdoor coils were extremely dirty. Washed and and made sure system is now clean. Refrigerant levels are in very good standing. Amperages throughout system good. Circuit board and electrical connections good. Ducting is good. Thermostats in working order. Temp splits in range. System is operational upon departure.
Performed AC and heating maintenance on a Lennox condenser. Heating temperature split is a 36 degrees. Indoor amp draws are good. Filter was dirty and replaced today. UV bulb is glowing well. Ignitor and flame sensor were cleaned and verified in range. Duct runs are sealed. Cooling temperature split is 22 degrees. Condensate lines are clear. Safety switch was loose and repaired. Outdoor unit was extremely dirty but washed today. Refrigerant levels were verified ok. System was running at end of appointment.
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2019 lennox package unit. Client stated no issues. Cycled both heater and Ac. Unit is operational. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Checked all electrical compartment and compartment. Primary starter is good. Secondary motor control is good. Inducer motor is good. Fan motor is good as well and in range. Blower compartment is good and clean. Evaporator coil is good and clean. Drain lines is draining. System is cooling at 21 degrees and good on charge. Advised filter needs to be replaced and they do so every month. She stated she order more and will replace once they get here due to being a odd size. Cycled heater and was operational. Unit is heating home good. Advised no protection on unit and recommend if they get power outages. To protect from electrical surges and power outages that can damage or even short out systems and components. Cycled unit and went over all findings. Client is aware how unit is running and conditions. Client
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2020 carrier unit. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace in attic. Replaced filter as it was dirty. Advised keep doing so as needed every 2 months. Washed condenser coil inside and out. All components are good. Fan motor was good and in range. Checked start up and run amps. Both are good. Checked pressure and are good and cooling hole at 22 degrees. No protection on unit. Advised and recommended adding surge protectors to protect from electrical surges and power outages that can damage or even short out systems and components. Went over all findings and areas of concerns with unit. Advised maintenance is highly recommended even if unit is new. Wife was only home and went over all recommendations. She is aware of how unit is running. Client did want to go forward with renew of ESA. Client did renew monthly. Cycled system to ensure system operating. System is operational upon departure.
Performed diagnostic on 16 year old Ducane system. Homeowner states that system is not cooling. They have lived in home for about 6 years and not done any maintenance on equipment. Cycled system for cooling. Indoor unit kicks on and blows room temperature air. Filter was extremely, extremely dirty. Replaced filter to perform accurate diagnostic. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Compressor was not turning on, which is why unit is not cooling. Found a bad secondary motor control for compressor. Replaced secondary motor control to thoroughly inspect system. Cycled for cooling and system started cooling. Refrigerant pressures are ok and system is providing proper temperature. Condenser is extremely dirty from lack of maintenance. Primary motor control is Burnt and pitted and also found disconnect box broken and loose. Indoor unit is extremely dirty and coil and blower wheel as well as blower compartment could use a thorough cleaning. System is older and inefficient an
Tech arrived on site, client said we were scheduled for fixing the washing machine through home warranty. Informed her we donâ€™t provide those services.
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 inspection of outdoor unit I found the compressor to be pulling very high amperage upon start up as well as an audible thud, recommend adding a compressor saver kit/ inline fused relay, this will lower the start amps as well as lower the premature wear on the compressor. Upon departure system is working and operational.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on Lennox system. Found contractor to be pitted and burned at contact points. Secondary motor control is in range. Amperages throughout system in range. Indoor blower wheel is dirty and recmmnd cleaning. Advised client replaces filter every 2-3 months. Indoor secondary motor control is going out of range. Indoor coil is good. System is cooling. System is operational upon departure.
Tech arrived on site with new control module. Installed new module and tested heating and cooling operations. Unit is operational upon departure.
Performed AC Diagnostic on 2011 Goodman condensing unit. Upon arrival Client stated that We Care technicians was previously out and fixed a burnt wire and that was it. Now the system isnâ€™t working again and is not blowing cold air. Once I began the diagnostic I found multiple points of concerns that were addressed with Sean and Melissa. 5 ton condenser- 1. System is low on R410a refrigerant charge. This is due to a leak somewhere within the refrigeration cycle of the system. 2. Charged system up with approximately 3 pounds of refrigerant and injected a leak dye into the refrigeration Cycle to help pinpoint and locate where it is coming out from. At this time it is unknown how big the leak is whether it is small or big thereâ€™s always a chance that refrigerant levels can get lower in a very short time, or it could take a very long time. Ultimately leak must be found, which we are in the process of doing now to prevent any further Refrigerant Loss 3. Common wire connecting to duel se
Arrived on site to installed parts to unit. Installed and cycled unit and unit is operant cooling upon departure. Surge protectors is good and active and client is aware they need to register surge protectors online. Cycled system after install to ensure system operating. System is operational upon departure. Client is happy we came out and repairs.
Performed AC diagnostic on 2005 System. Upon arrival client stated the outdoor system is consistently buzzing but not turning on. Theyâ€™ve lived in a house for approximately five years and have had no maintenance or any repairs done. During the diagnostic I found a couple points of concerns that were addressed with Reem. 1. Duel secondary motor control Is defective on fan side and hermetic side terminals. This company does not go out for no reason and something had to of been using too much power. 2. System Contains R22 which was completely phased out January 1, 2020 3. Power disconnect is not with Equipped with surge protection in the event of a power outage 4. Compressor amperage is high. This is an indication the compressor is working too hard and puts it at a higher risk of failing. 5. Starter is Burnt and pitted on contact points. Discussed Full condition of system with homeowner and she completely understands where it stands at the moment. Informed her that the system is workin
Tech arrived on site. Unit was not operational at the time. Indoor fan motor wouldnâ€™t stop. Went into attic and found an error code. Furnace said it had an open limit switch. Inducer would run and so would the indoor fan. Checked switched and they were all closed. Checked power to the board. Transformer was giving out 24v but it wasnâ€™t coming out from the board. Diagnosed as a bad control board. Assembled unit and then it began to cool again. Unit is operational upon departure temporarily. Parts are ordered and will arrived Thursday 9-9-21
Performed AC maintenance on a Maytag condenser. Systems cooling temperature split is 20 degrees. Indoor amp draws are good. Control board is free of surge burns. Condensate lines are flowing but have no overflow switch. Outdoor unit was chemically cleaned. Compressor bay and service panel cleaned. Electrical start component are within range at this time. Compressor start and run amps are high, system can use a compressor assist kit due to age and high amperage. Outdoor unit does not have any fuses or protection. Refrigerant levels and pressures are right on point. System was running at end of appointment.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling unit. Client stated unit recently started blowing warm air and isnâ€™t cooling home and they need cold air in home. Cycled unit and compressor was not turning on. Fan was. Inspect electrical found primary starter worn out and black. Secondary motor control bad. Fan control is boarder line bad. Recommend replacing of both. Fan motor is cover in oil. May fail in future. Recommend replacing motor due to condition as unit has not once has maintenance done. Recommend maintenance yearly high to system. Start up amps high recommend a compressor booster kit to help preserve compressor life. Run amps are pulling high due to very dirty and clogged up restricted filters. Checked pressure and are good and in range cooling home just home has a lot of heat load as unit was down and a lot of heat in home. Advised just run system and it will coil down. No protection on unit. Recommend adding surge protectors to help protect systems from electrical surges and po
Call cancelled. Homeowner was unaware that his fiancÃ© had someone coming out, a family friend of some sort. No work performed.