Cool Air Solutions has provided Menifee 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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Ralph - Menifee, CA 92584
I was very satisfied with with Jimmy work thank you
Frank - Menifee, CA 92585
James - Menifee, CA 92585
Friendly and informative
Lorenzo - Menifee, CA 92584
Jimmy was friendly and very helpful. Explained everything happening to my system.
Five star rating
Victor - Menifee, CA 92586
George has been great every time he has worked on my Ac Unit.
Dan - Menifee, CA 92584
Great Service Workmr
Linda - Menifee, CA 92586
Mr. Tony Renteria was just he Service Technician sent to my home. He was a professional and he explained basic things as he worked. The filter was replaced and the replacement order was placed.
He was wonderful
Jennie - Menifee, CA 92586
Steve - Menifee, CA 92586
Very nice service tech and professional work, thank you!!
Jaime - Menifee, CA 92584
Tony was a awesome tech
Janice - Menifee, CA 92585
Tony was friendly, clean cut and helpful. Cool Air Solutions is always reliable.
Frank - Menifee, CA 92585
Cool Air Solutions did a great job scheduling our service to meet our needs. The service tech arrived as scheduled, explained what he would be doing and completed everything as stated. They've done a great job keeping our system in top condition despite its age.
Tony was great! Realized the problem in seconds!
Kim - Menifee, CA 92584
Rod - Menifee, CA 92585
Appointment times were changed multiple times, on the day of scheduled appointment . Technician was very courteous and respectful.
Mark - Menifee, CA 92584
Great customer service from service tech
Daniel - Menifee, CA 92584
Brent was cheerful, knowledgeable, and communicated arrival time and scope of work. Excellent job.
Nuch - Menifee, CA 92584
Mary Jane - Menifee, CA 92586
I have had this company for about a year and they have taken care of all my needs. They are professional, reliable and leave things as they found them with no mess. I highly recommend this company.
Nuch - Menifee, CA 92584
Jasmin Hornsby - Menifee, CA 92586
Our service tech Kendall was amazing and extremely helpful! We are extremely satisfied with our service.
Kim - Menifee, CA 92584
Luis was very helpful and knowledgeable. Definitely flexible in getting a system in quickly!
Rebecca - Menifee, CA 92584
Sir. JORGE WAS VERY GOOD. KNEW WHAT HE WAS DOING AND WORKED DELIGENTLY TO COMPLETION.
Scott - Menifee, CA 92584
Very professional and in time
Czinck - Menifee, CA 92585
Tony was very polite and informative. Customer service was excellent. He explained everything he was going to do. Took pictures and explained exactly what was wrong with our unit. I'd recommend this company and especially Tony in a heart beat.
Great customer service and well worth the price.
Solomon - Menifee, CA 92585
Performed heating maintenance on 3 year old Lennox Elite unit. Cleaned return grate. Inspected filter and found it to be in good condition. Measured external static pressure and found it to be high at .9â€WC, this is most likely due to the undersized supply ductwork which currently supplies approximately 1360CFM while the furnace and coil need 2000CFM. Flushed condensate drain line with water. Tested resistance of hot surface igniter. Cleaned flame sensor. Tested safety switches. Checked electrical connections. Temperature rise is within limits. Inducer amp draw and total system amp draw are within limits. While starting the furnace, whether jumping it out or controlling it from the thermostat the furnace does not always start. I asked Marcy if this happens to her and she mentioned that the furnace does not always start for her. During my maintenance inspection I didnâ€™t see why this would be happening - gas valve was on, no blockages to the intake air, flame sensor and
Arrived on site to diagnose a no heating unit. Upon arrival spoke with client and she stated that her son told her the unit was not heating. She stated she never tested the unit just went of by what he said. Had her cycle the unit to see what is going on. Unit was heating upstairs. She has a zoned single stage unit. Unit was blowing a lot of air. She was surprised cause she she itâ€™s working. Had her tests all the upstairs vents and everything was working fine. She stated she didnâ€™t even test today either she only had downstairs running. After she verified all vents were blowing warm air she was good. Told her I was going to inspect furnace to see if any error codes popped up. Inspected heater and found it running good with no issues or error codes. Advised her the same from the past visit is she has a zone unit on a single stage unit and when running one zone only it does create airflow restriction. In heating that could be a issues. She is aware and okay okay with so as she has b
During my twenty point heating inspection, I started with the thermostat. Giving a call for heating, and going to furnace to start maintenance. House heats up to designated temperature. I checked out blower motor of any dirt or debris and itâ€™s dirty on blower wheel. Replaced air filter for new air filter. Hot surface igniter not cracked or having white spots. Flame sensor still working good, deep cleaned sensor. Ducting done correctly, and all runs intact. Inducer motor is working at high amps and furnace also using high amps. Moved onto the upstairs unit, I shut off downstairs after I was done with my inspection. Put system in a call for heating mode. Soon as the house warmed up after thirty minutes. I checked out blower motor of any dirt or debris. Existing air filter is dirty and replaced. No gas leaks in system, everything pipe doped. Hot surface igniter not cracked or having white spots. Flame sensor still working good, deep cleaned flame sensor. Ducting done correctly, and all
Arrived on site to preform a 20 point maintenance inspection on a 9 year old Lennox System. Turned system on and verified the proper heating sequence. Checked burner assembly and inspected gas piping for any leaks, there were no leaks found at the time of maintenance. Next took a amp draw on the inducer draft motor, inducer was within he desired range, took a temp rise of the incoming air and outgoing air, temp rise was within limits, checked all safety and limit switches all weâ€™re operating. Opened unit up and took a look at the internals, no loose connections all wires were in the correct terminals. Measured amperage of incoming fan load, FLA was in range. Cleared and drain condensate drain. Cleaned up the inside and outside unit from dust and debris. I did recommend a blower pull and cleaning as there was a thick layer of dust on the blower wheel. Homeowner will take it into consideration for the future. Filter was just recently change, however I did notice the filter was a littl
Arrived on site to preform a 20 point maintenance on a 6 year old trane furnace. Turned unit into heating mode, verified heating sequence for furnace, furnace was operating normally. Took an inducer motor amp draw, inducer motor was in range. Next took a temp rise for the unit, unit temp rise was within limits and was not over heating. Checked flue vents and gas piping for leaks, there were no leaks detected during the time of maintenance. Switched unit into cooling mode and took a total external static pressure test, static pressure was a little high furnace was rated for a .05 static pressures came back at .068, inspected ducting and and discovered the supply ducting is a little undersized. Let the customer know that the unit airflow could be improved and he would take it into consideration for the future. Blower motor was a little dirty as well, I cleaned as much as I could in place, but recommend they keep up on the filter so and change them every 30-60 days to help keep dust and d
Arrived on site to perform fall tune up on 2 2015 carrier units located in attic. Client stated no issues both units working good and heating. Cycled both. Found all filters were recently replaced. Blower assembly are both good and motors are good as well. Both inducer motors are both good and heating. All safety switches are operational. No sediment traps on both gas lines and recommended adding them for prevent issues to gas valve. Temperature rise is good on both units. Drain lines are all good on both units but advised both are good but no safety overflow switches on unit and recommended adding them to prevent over flow in attic and water damage to ceiling. Advised no protection equipped on unit and recommended adding surge protectors on unit to protect from electrical and power outages that can damage or even short out systems and components. Cycled both unit and went over all findings and recommendations. Client did hold off today and both systems are operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to pet heating tune up on a 1995 unit. Client has lived in home for about 20 years. Unit look to be original to home. Spoke to him and he stated unit was working a couple days back and yesterday unit did not heat home. Cycled unit and found no flame created. Then I cycled through the sequence and blower would turn on for safety lock out. Test for power and found power is sent to igniter. Removed igniter and found it to be bad and broken and no longer good. Installed a new igniter tested unit and unit did fire up. Due to the condition of heater once unit fired up it created a big flame roll out and advised is not good. Due to the age of unit it has past its life expectancy and can be unsafe as it keeps getting older. He is aware of itâ€™s condition. Once unit fired up inspect unit. Found blower assembly is really dirty from all years of life operation. Found blower wheel really dirty crating stress on motor. Blower motor is working hard from age and condition and has bee
Arrived on site to preform furnace diagnostic on 2003 comfort maker furnace. Upon arrival Clients son is present Frank and he stated that system is no longer igniting. No repairs have been done to the furnace and last time we were here was related to the AC in 2021. Found that smart valve is defective an indoor blower motor as significant oil loss. Advised that system is from 2003 in any repairs do not guarantee the system and last much longer. Although any route client would like to go down we are willing to do but at this time clients mother would like to buy her own furnace install it herself. Upon departure system is non-operational in heating mode
Arrived on site to perform heating tune up on unit. Client stated no issues and is working good but did have a question at time of how unit is running he hears a noise. Cycled unit and didnâ€™t hear any noise while running. Found new flex ducting. Blower assembly and wheel is good and clean. Filter are dirty but client has them and replace. Evaporator coil is good and clean. Drain lines are good. No safety over flow switch. Recommend adding to prevent over flow. Temperature rise is good at this time and heating home good and in range. Found unit was really old out side and was going into defrost mode. Showed him that is the noise he was hearing. He is aware itâ€™s normal. No protection added on unit and recommended adding to protect systems from electrical surges and power outages. Cycled unit and went over findings with unit. He is aware how unit is running and conditions. Client did hold off on recommendations.
Arrived on site to preform furnace maintenance on 2019 amana systems.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no heating 1988 unit. Unit is original to home. Client just moved in 2 days ago and had there home inspect and just yesterday alarms went off and they had a gas company out and stated there heater had been by passed on the door switch. Stated it needed to get fixed for safety reasons. Call us out. Inspect unit and unit is in very bad condition. Found a lot of wires cut and wire nutted inspect of completed wires. Advised past people were doing stuff and cutting alot of corners. Tested door switch that was bypassed and it was operational. Wires it to to the switch and cycle and unit started working. Went through full system found it to be very old and motor is leaking. Found burners flames shooting a flame to the side and showed client and stated that is a huge safety concern as it can risk of catching on fire due to how itâ€™s shooting the flame. Found supply side to be leaking a lot of air behind unit. Unit only has one drain line and is not up to current
Arrived on site to install components. Circuitboard and pressure switch for installed that are fully operational upon departure
Arrived on site to perform furnace maintenance on 2004 Armstrong heater. Upon arrival Laura stated that system is used throughout the day and not at night. Performed a full Safety inspection and maintenance to heater and found multiple points of concerns. 1. Measured temperature rise and found that it had a total of 83Â° indicating that furnace is overheating severely. 2. Indoor blower motor has oil leakage 3. Return intakes are significantly undersized 4. Airflow is heavily restricted in reading a total of 0.90 static pressure 5. Gas line is not up to code 6. Condensation pipes are not properly glued together and missing water sensor switch 7. Heat exchanger has multiple heat spots And oxidization. Although did not find any cracks on heat exchanger it is possible that they are not visible at this time. Discussed full maintenance with client and she is aware of all possible Failure points within the unit. Clients plan on living in the home forever and would like to get replacement opti
Performed a hearing maintenance on a ac pro system. Cleaned and Adjust Burners. Check Combustion Air for Proper Venting. Examine the Heat Exchanger for Damage / Corrosion. Test Furnace Safety Controls. Inspect Gas Piping. Tighten Electrical Connections. Measure the Voltage and Amperage. Flush the Condensate Drains. Measure Tempurature Difference between Supply and Return Air. Vacuum Furnace Return Grille. Adjust Gas Pressure & Pilot. Clean in-place Blower Compartment. Inspect Blower Wheel for Proper Balance. Check the System's Static Pressures to Ensure Proper Airflow. Inspect Duct Connections for Air Leaks / Sizing / Insulation. Check all System Safety and Limit Switches. Clean Flame Sensor. Inspect Carbon Monoxide Detector. Check Thermostat for Proper Operation / Calibration. Filters where not changed this visit. System was fully operational on time of departure. Explained to customer they need to move there cabinets from in front of the return because it can cause damage to the syst
Installed velcro insulation wrap to the outdoor lineset
Arrived on site to perform furnace diagnostic on 2008 Goodman. Upon arrival homeowner stated that system shut off soon after I left. Proceeded to indoor unit and found pressure switch stuck open in circuitboard indicating three flashes. Jumped pressure switch out in system still did not turn on indicating that the circuitboard and pressure switch both failed. Will be ordering new component in arriving once part is in hand upon departure unit is non-operational
Arrived on site to preform furnace diagnostic on 2008 Goodman heater m. Client states previous company was out to fix cap on motor and now heâ€™s is not answering. Began diagnostic and found system is operational. Tested unit 10 times and furnace did not replicate issue that was happening yesterday. Flame sensor is clean and igniters is okay. Temp rise is in range. Client signed up on maintenance to keep system at standard. Upon departure Unit is fully operational in heating mode.
Arrived on site to preform a 20 point furnace Maintenance. Checked filter, filter was dirty swapped it out customer has a custom contract which incudes merv 16 filter with maintenance membership every visit 16X25X5. Went over and recorded the 20 point inspection. Everything was operational and functional, nothing of concern to note talked to customer about surge protection on unit. Unit was operational upon departure.
Performed heating maintenance on system. Cycled system for heating. Verified proper heating sequence of operations. Ran system through 20 point inspection checklist. Temperature rise across heat exchanger is within range. Replaced filter. System is of older age and has some concerns. 1. Gas line is not hard piped out of the furnace, and does not have a sediment trap. 2. Condensation lines do not have any condensation switches. 3. Blower wheel is very dirty. 4. Inducer draft motor is starting to over amp. 5. Indoor blower motor is leaking oil, and amp draws are high. 6. ductwork is designed very poorly. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure.
During my twenty point heating inspection, I started with the thermostat. Giving a call for heating, and going to furnace to start maintenance. I checked out blower motor of any dirt or debris and itâ€™s dirty. Replaced air filter for a new one. Hot surface igniter not cracked or having white spots. Flame sensor still working good, and deep cleaned. Ducting done correctly, and all runs intact. Inducer motor is working at high amps along with furnace too. Moved onto the upstairs unit, I shut off downstairs after I was done with my inspection. Put system in a call for heating mode. Soon as the house warmed up after thirty minutes. I checked out blower motor of any dirt or debris. Itâ€™s clean, well maintained system. Existing air filter was very dirty, and I replaced air filter. No gas leaks in system, everything pipe doped. Hot surface igniter not cracked or having white spots. Flame sensor still working good, but cleaned. Ducting done correctly, and all runs intact. Inducer motor is w
Performed heating maintenance on 8 year old Lennox unit.<br> <br> Cleaned return grate. Replaced filter with owner-supplied 3M filter. I let James know that he can fit a 2â€ filter in his filter cabinet that will last longer and allow more air flow for his system. Checked all safety switches. Cleaned flame sensor. Tested pressure switch. Checked external static pressure and found it to be high, this is most likely due to it being in an upflow position. Flushed condensate drain with water. Temperature rise is within limits. Inducer amp draw as well as total system amp draw are within limits. Ductwork appears to be in good condition and was replaced about 6 years ago. Inspected blower compartment and found blower wheel to be balanced but dusty, this should be cleaned within the next year.<br> <br> While talking to James about his system I brought it to his attention that there are no surge protective devices installed on his furnace. He will consider having one installed for
Performed a heating maintenance on a 2019 carrier system. Filters where not changed this visit. Test Furnace Safety Controls. Tighten Electrical Connections. Measure the Voltage and Amperage. Flush the Condensate Drains. Measure Tempurature Difference between Supply and Return Air. Vacuum Furnace Return Grille. Clean in-place Blower Compartment. Inspect Blower Wheel for Proper Balance. Check the System's Static Pressures to Ensure Proper Airflow. Inspect Duct Connections for Air Leaks / Sizing / Insulation. Check all System Safety and Limit Switches. Clean Flame Sensor. Inspect Carbon Monoxide Detector. Check Thermostat for Proper Operation / Calibration. System was fully operational on time of departure.
Performed heating maintenance on 2 year old Lennox Elite condensing furnace.<br> <br> Replaced filter with new owner-supplied filter. Cleaned return grate. Temperature rise is within limits. Checked all electrical connections. Tested safety switches and pressure switch. Inspected gas line. Inspected combustion exhaust. I believe the attic is sealed, but I noticed that the furnace is pulling air for combustion from the attic. If it is sealed this needs to be remedied by installing an intake for combustion air that pulls from outside of the home to prevent decreasing the pressure in the attic. Inspected blower wheel and found it to be clean and balanced. I mentioned to Nick a MERV filter would improve air quality in their home and keep the air inside of their HVAC system a lot cleaner. There is plenty of room for a MERV cabinet to be installed between the return plenum and their furnace. Upon departure the system is operational.
Upon arrival client had a main limit control tripped. System is operational, client changed filter out on the 12th of dec. System is a 3 ton system with only 5 vents. That is not enough airflow to pass through that system, system can be over heating due to very low airflow demand. Advised we may need to do about 9 cut into to leave air in perfect demand for a 3 ton system. Drew something quick out for client. Needs to take care of some debt before moving forward, maybe February. Has been changing filters regularly though. System is operational as of now .