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.
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Laura - Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
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Warren - Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
Great support and service!
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Joe - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
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Joe - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Kendall our service tech shared a few safety concerns of the HVAC unit and repaired them immediately. Great service and shared a few pointers to keep the unit running smoothly.
Tactical - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
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Melissa H - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
The technician (Kendall) was awesome. Very friendly, informative, and professional. Thank you for providing excellent service.
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Aamira - Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
Prompt, Professional, Courteous, Knowledgeable, and efficient service representative!
I was still having problems with my heater I called cool air solutions and they sent Brent back ASAP which was awesome they have an amazing customer s
Jennifer - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Excellent customer service
Barbara - Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
Great communication. Jorge arrived on time. Very friendly. Explained what he was going to do and also explained what he had done when finished. Great tech. How he always does my service
Darrin - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Awesome technician. Great service
Heather - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Hollie - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
We had such a helpful and friendly visit with jimmy. I hope we get him again in the future
Desmond - Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
Jorge did a great job. Very friendly and efficient.
Graham - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Travis was very very nice and helpful. I felt very comfortable having him in my home. He was courteous and knowledgeable and I would use Cool Air Solutions again.
Ronald - Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
Tony, my Cool Air Technician, is the best. He's very patient and discovered what the issue was with my AC that no other technician could discover. I appreciate Cool Air Solutions.
Vivian - Lake Elsinore, CA 92532
Everything is good
professional , awesome
Eddie - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Patricia - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Was very good service except no note in computer to change ac filters
Great service and awesome price
Logan - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Robert - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Good kid know his stuff
Great service, honest assessment
Glenn - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
John - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
Tony was a great guy he did a very fabulous job for me when I have my air conditioner replaced I want him here
Beverly - Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
We were very pleased with the rep from Cool Air Solutions, who came out and looked at our AC system and told us what was wrong with it and what he could do to fix it. He was very knowledgeable, friendly, personable, and he inspired confidence. We had had another AC Tech from a different come out the day before, and he, after a $400 troubleshooting fee couldn't even tell us what was wrong. Not so with Cool Air Solutions. We hired them on the spot to fix the problem.
The client contacted us about replacing their old AC system with a Comfort Pro Gold System to take advantage of the $2100 rebate they saw online.
Arrived on site to preform a 20 point Maintenance inspection. Upon arrival turned system on into heating inspected and verified the pepper heating sequence. Checked burner assembly and proper combustion and venting brought flue vent. Next I inspected the gas piping, spayed bubbles on joints and checked for smells and any leaks. There were no leaks detected on this maintenance. Next checked all safety and limit switches, all switches were functioning properly and were all operating normally. Switched unit into cooling mode and took a total external static pressure test for air flow on the unit. Static pressure was good and wishing the design range. Ducting was sized properly and unit is getting good airflow. Customer mentioned one room was not getting as warm as others, went into attic and checked All damper disks going to those rooms, all dampers were open and room was receiving adequate air flow. Explained to customer that new unit doesnâ€™t just dump its full capacity like the old un
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic. Homeowner states that system is not heating as well as usual. Heat was set for 70 degrees upon arrival and indoor temperature was 64 degrees. Went into attic and diagnosed unit. System was short cycling and cutting the heat off, error code on board is showing code for low flame signal, as well as flame lost during heating command. Pulled out flame sensor and it was extremely oxidized. Cleaned off as best as possible. Reinstalled flame sensor and cycled for heat. Unit came on and started heating no longer short cycled. Unit ran with no issues. Recommended replacing flame sensor. Replaced flame sensor with approval. Homeowner signed up on maintenance program. Cycled system, system is fully operational upon departure.
Maintenance performed on Lennox system. Checked ampâ€™s of blower motor and furnace itself, system using low amps. The filter was still clean and can be replaced next maintenance visit. The temperature split was in range to heat home properly. Coil is clean, and gas line is in open position. Turned heating off and checked through all electrical components. All components operating correctly. System is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on system. Upon arrival homeowner states that his system has been running fine, but would like to have us look at it regardless. Cycled system for heating. Verified proper heating sequence of operations. Unit kicked on normally and started heating and heated the home with no issues until reaching setpoint. Checked system electrical and safety components. Did find that flame sensor was dirty and went ahead and cleaned it. Cycled system a couple times, unit kicked on normally very time. Gas pressure is set accordingly. All supply vents are open and filter is clean. No other noticeable concerns at this time. Signed up on maintenance program, reduced diagnostic to member price. System is operational upon departure.
Flue vent was broken off in the attic -I have pictures from when I left the job in September, showing how I left the furnace and it was still connected -I was able to pop the fitting back together. I also secured each fitting with metal strap and metal tape to ensure it does not come undone again -I also performed the dye search -The dye does not seem to be present at this time in the coil or the condenser -The standing refrigerant levels are also at the proper level, we will check the levels during our summer maintenance to see if anything has changed by then -As of now there is no noticeable areas of a refrigerant leak
90% furnace venting was leaking -PVC venting was not properly glued, condensate would leak out -The venting was also not installed to proper Goodman specs -There needs to be two 45Â°s fittings when piping into a Goodman furnace -There is currently a 90Â° fitting, which causes the condensate to pool inside fitting -New fittings were installed along with a reducer, and everything is properly sealed and glued
Thermostat calls for heating on both modes. Thermostat not energizing 0 wire. Jumped everything works perfectly fine .
Performed maintenance on Nordyne furnace. Tested diagnostics, cleaned equipment, monitored operation.
Returned to replace pressure switch. Removed broken pressure switch and replaced with new unit. Tested pressure switch after installation and ensured furnace is operational.
Performed heating maintenance on 10 year old Amana unit. Cleaned return grate. Replaced filter with owner supplied FPR9 filter. Temperature rise is within limits. Cleaned flame sensor. Tested resistance of hot surface igniter. Tested all safety switches, found that a pressure switch that had fallen apart - I will be following up with Joe to replace the pressure switch. Tested all electrical connections. Joe would like us to see if we can get a humidifier unit that can replace the one he currently has installed on his system, a picture of the data plate is in the report. Upon departure the system is operational.
Performed furnace maintenance on 33 year old natural draft Carrier/Payne unit. Because of the age of the unit, after checking the temperature rise I removed the blower assembly to take a look at the heat exchanger. I sprayed the outer shell of the heat exchanger with soapy water to inspect for cracks. While looking in the burners I wasnâ€™t able to find any water leaking into the inside, for this reason I donâ€™t believe there are any cracks in the heat exchanger. While the blower was out I noticed it was very dirty and let Eddie know that this is leading to inefficiencies and the motor is not running as smoothly as it could. The secondary motor control measured at 1.2 mfd while it should be 5. Tested external static pressure and found it to be higher than manufacturerâ€™s recommendation. This is due to it being an upflow unit in the garage and the inefficient duct design in the attic. The general condition of the ductwork was ok, meaning I didnâ€™t see any tears or leaks, howe
During my twenty point heating inspection, I started with the thermostat. Giving a call for heating, and going to furnace to start maintenance. Temp rise of 30-60 needed, I got a temp rise of 38. House heats up to designated temperature. I checked out blower motor of any dirt or debris and itâ€™s clean. Replaced air filter for new air filter. Owner had extra one, so just used his. Hot surface igniter not cracked or having white spots. Flame sensor still working good, no need to be cleaned. Ducting done correctly, and all runs intact. Inducer motor is working efficiently. House heats good and ready for winter.
During my twenty point heating inspection, I started with the thermostat. Giving a call for heating, and going to furnace to start maintenance. Temp rise of 35-65 needed, I got a temp rise of 43. House heats up to designated temperature. I checked out blower motor of any dirt or debris and itâ€™s clean. Replaced air filter for new air filter. Owner had extra one, so just used his. Hot surface igniter not cracked or having white spots. Flame sensor still working good, no need to be cleaned. Ducting done correctly, and all runs intact. Inducer motor is working efficiently. House heats good and ready for winter.
Performed diagnostic. Owner states system is not working correctly. He recently replaced thermostat. Found that thermostat was wired incorrectly. Rewired thermostat. Tried cycling unit and heat kicked on when calling for cool. Thermostat had to be reset and re-configured. System is operational upon departure.
Technician arrived to perform furnace tune up -Filter was replaced -Flame sensor cleaned off -Heating elements are all working properly -Blower compartment is clean -Burners lined up -Airflow is good -System is sealed properly
Technician arrived to perform furnace tune up for two systems -Filters were replaced, provided by homeowner -Flame sensors cleaned off -Blower motor were in rough condition, replacement was recommended to enhance life of furnaces -Compartment is clean -Electrical connections tightened -Heat rise for both furnaces were: 67 and 70 degrees
Furnace wasnâ€™t heating or turning on when I arrived. I noticed thermostat was on wrong settings. I switched settings in menu option from Celsius to Fahrenheit. The system wanted to use aux heat and kept failing. After switching modes and setting system to heat. I got error code of flame sensor failure. I took out flame sensor and cleaned for a better connection to system. I put furnace doors on and system fired off. Heating works great and ready for winter.
Performed combo tune up on 2 year old AC Pro unit.
Arrived on site to install inducer motor
Upon arrival performed maintenance. System had a very dirty filter inside of system. Client handed me one to replace. Cleaned flame sensor as it had oxidation build up. Indoor motor & inducer motor are running in great condition. Checked ducting in attic, seems to be falling apart , advised replacing ducting system will help efficiency of entire heating & air system. Circuit board & electricals look good just extremely dusty. Thermostat in working order. Gas valve good. System is operational. Upon departure, home owner left. System is operational. Left tech sheet on table.
Arrived on site to perform furnace diagnostic on 18 year old York heater. Upon arrival client stated that he noticed inducer motor was not turning on so he went up in the attic and put pressure on one of the wire connections to the motor in it began spinning. After he let go it shut off, client sanded the connection and found that the copper wire has disconnected from the male electrical fitting. Began diagnostic and immediately found that copper connection was broken off as well put pressure and electrical connection arched. Inducer motor will have to be replaced in order through manufacture. At this time client is not interested in maintenance And would only like for the service of repair to be done. Client authorized for inducer motor to be ordered and is aware that this is the first component that will have to be fixed to get system running and it is unknown how other components may run. Upon departure unit is non-operational will have to return with new inducer
Performed furnace maintenance on 9 year old Goodman unit. Cleaned return grate. Replaced filter with new MERV 8 filter. Flushed condensate drain with water. Inspected blower compartment, blower wheel is clean and balanced. Inspected electrical connections. Tested all safety switches. Cleaned flame rod. Tested resistance of hot surface igniter. Temperature rise is within limits. Installed Plasma Pure air ionizer and 24v transformer in blower compartment. Upon departure system is operational.
Arrived on site to perform furnace on 2004 heater. Upon arrival homeowner had to leave at start but explained unit Was not heating home off and thermostat had gone blank. He has recently change the filter and said in the summertime the AC was freezing on suction line in the middle of the night. Began diagnostic at indoor furnace and found that unit was operational. Measured temperature rising it was in range at 50Â°. Airflow was heavily restricted on the unit and clients and filter was very dirty prior to win thermostat went blank. Inspected indoor blower motor and found significant oil leakage running off of it which can result in overheating conditions as well. All supply vents are open. Platform underneath evaporator coil had significant water damage and on top of the unit recommend a secondary float switch to prevent flooding on ceiling. Discussed full diagnostic and condition with Samuel and he is aware that unit is original to home. At this time unit did not fail during my inspec
Client stated no heating -Technician found flame sensor to be very dirty, causing the flame to night stay lit for very long -I cleaned off sensor and igniter -Also, the flue vent for furnace was not sloping up, it was sloping down and then back up which is not how it should be -It was a flexible vent, so I simply readjusted to to make sure it sloping up entire time -The simples repairs made today could have been prevented if client was in a maintenance plan, so she is now apart of our Comfort Club