Are you having trouble keeping your Perris CA home comfortable? Do you question the quality of your home’s air? Does your home’s energy performance need improvement?
Cool Air Solutions has been solving these problems since 2006 as we repair, replace and maintain the heating and cooling systems of your Perris CA neighbors. Call us to find out what we can do for you!
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I am satisfied with him, thank you
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The Tec was very knowledgeable and pleasant to deal with.
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YOUR COMPANY, OFFICE PERSONAL AND FIELD PERSONAL ARE WESOME I THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR COURTESY AND KINDNESS. JG.
Avacon - Perris, CA
Always professional and helpful
A little pricy
Norm - Perris, CA
Luke was great. He wasn’t given the correct size filter for my hallway.
Michael was great. He has a great disposition and very friendly.
Norm - Perris, CA
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Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 1994 York system. Homeowner states that system is not cooling as is used to before and struggles keeping temperature. Has had a couple service Calls in the past where they had to recharge the refrigerant and also relocate the condenser. Cycled system for Cooling. System came on normally. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. After troubleshooting, found system to be low on refrigerant. System uses r-22 refrigerant which has been phased out as of last year. It is still available but price has changed pretty significantly from the last time that they had to recharge it. System also has a obvious leak due to it having to be recharged in the past and now low again. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Homeowner ultimately wants to replace system. She has a company coming out tomorrow from 1-3 to give quotes on replacement. She would like us to come out on Friday from 3-5. System is not operational upon departure.
Found refrigerant leak In a capillary tube connected to the outdoor heat pump coil. Confirmed leak with soap bubbles.
Performed diagnostic on system. Homeowner states that water is leaking through his ceiling. We performed a cut and clear about a month ago and he believes it needs it again. Went into attic to inspect drainage system. Primary line appears to not be getting any water. Opened up evap coil and found a completely clogged and restricted evaporator coil. Evaporator coil is causing such a big restriction that it is causing the water to shoot over the pan. Ductwork coming off plenum was completely soaked and full of water. Drain pan is extremely filthy as well. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Went over different options. Homeowner wants to replace evap coil, but would also like to get some pricing on replacing the furnace as well for better pricing on the two. Turned call over to Darren for replacement options. System is not operational upon departure and highly advise homeowners not to run it due to potential ceiling Damage hazard.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 14 year old unit. Homeowner states that upstairs system is not cooling. Has not worked for about a month. Cycled system for cooling. Thermostat is extremely finiky and they have to play with it for a while before they can get it to go into the cooling mode. System finally kicked on and indoor unit is blowing air, outdoor unit is not responsive. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Found a bad secondary motor control for both compressor and condenser fan motor that was not allowing the system to turn on. Put in new secondary motor control and cycled system on. Refrigerant pressures are in range and system is producing proper temperature split. Amp draws for compressor and condenser fan motor are within range. Compressor start up amps are high. Unit is operating on r-22 refrigerant. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Went over maintenance program. With approval replaced secondary motor control as well as repla
System was making loud noise due to vibration at the condenser. Installed rubber isolation strips on the metal plate behind the service ports, adjusted the position of the condenser slightly and replaced the plastic locking caps with metal caps to reduce vibration sound.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no cooling 2004 unit. Unit is original to home. Client stated they just moved in and had issues so home warranty referred us to him and he called us out. Upon arrival spoke over with client. He stated he recently noticed home getting warm. But system washer at 66 degrees and only hot air was coming out. He went outside and saw condenser was not spinning and shut it all off. Advised I would evaluate full system. Cycled system and unit did not turn on and made loud buzzing noise. Inspected electrical compartment and found secondary control completely bad and not turning on unit. Replaced to test and evaluate system. Found primary starter original and worn out on pittings. Fan motor is over amping pulling 1.5 amps as itâ€™s max rated at 1.4. Motor could fail In future due to age and condition. checked start up on Compressor and found it way above range as compressor is having a really hard time turning unit on. Run amps is pulling 24-25 amps advised max rate
Inspected the system and the unit is working on arrival, filter is very very dirty. Looking up at the system the coils are pretty dirty and the system probably just needs to be maintained itâ€™s been a year since the unit was installed. The unit is due for its first since install maintenance but the extension ladder needs to be very large as the one I have supplied is too short. Need to return with a taller ladder to perform maintenance.
Replaced failed icomfort thermostat with S30 display and smart hub.
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2010 trane unit. Condenser located in back yard furnace located in hall closet. Client stated he been on vacation for couple months and just got back. Doesn't use system a lot but just wanted serviced. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Unit was dirty. Primary control was worn out pitted on contact points. Secondary control was completely dead. Unit was only starting due to Compressor booster kit. Would need to be replaced to operate efficiently. Fan motor was operating in range. Found single run secondary control was below range for fan. Compressor start up amps are good and run amps are in range. Checked pressure and are good and cooling home at 23 degrees. Inspected indoor unit found secondary Control really low for blower motor. Recommend replacing before completely fails. Blower is good and filter was dirty and replaced. No protection on indoor unit either. Cycled unit to ensure system operating. Wen rover al findings and repairs
Performed diagnostic on 18 year old York unit. System is not cooling. Homeowner mentioned that we came out here last year and replaced some parts, and unit was working for a bit and then failed a month or so after but never called us back in. Advised that because he didnâ€™t call us out at that time unfortunately there is no longer any warranty on any work performed at the time, given if it is the same issue. Cycled thermostat for cooling, unit is completely unresponsive. Checked for power at indoor unit. Found a bad transformer not giving the unit any low voltage power. Also found a low secondary motor control for indoor motor. Evap coil and blower wheel are extremely dirty. Homeowner is selling the home, so he is only wanting to do what ever is absolutely necessary and is also not interested in replacing the unit. Replaced transformer and secondary motor control. System kicked on. Checked refrigerant pressures and found unit low on refrigerant. System uses r-22 refrigerant, and syste
Summer AC Maintenance Performed. Upon arrival system is working and operational. I began out the outdoor condenser by braking down the unit and cleaning with water and coil solution removing dirt and debris. Inspected all electrical components for wear, tested amp draws on system. Checked and measured refrigerant system pressures and charge. Recommended to member to add surge protection on outdoor unit to protect system, disconnect is fuseless. Proceeded to indoor furnace unit. Inspected electrical components to ensure tightness, inspected board for burns and marring. Inspected blower housing for dust and debris. Checked blow motor control. Inspected ducts for air leakage. Inspected main condensate. Recommend blower wheel cleaning, caked dust on wheel. Recommend cut and clean as main condensate was clear. Performed cut and clear for main condensate. Installed thermostat. Upon departure system is working and operational.
Upon arrival perorm diagnostic. Found issue to be a weak secondary motor. Filter has been replaced. Motor is leaking oil and over amping. High amp draws on start up. Client chose basic repair and membership. System is operational upon departure.
Technician arrived on site and found no power to the unit. Found the breaker had been tripped. Checked the motors to see if anything was grounded. Everything checked out. Coils were restricted from dirt. Lack of maintenance is not covered under warranty. Cleaned coils and inside of the condenser with chemicals and water. Unit is operational upon departure.
After Lennox rebate total $19,000 Correct airflow/comfort issue in the master bedroom and room right next to master. 90 days no interest no payment. Defaults to 120 Months at 6.9% no pre-payment penalties. 0-down $213 per month or GoGreen finance
Upon arrival performed maintenance on carrier system. FOund motor to be leaking excessive amounts of oil, Brought client out to system and showed her what is going on, Client declined repairs, they have friend who does HVAC and will replace for them. Secondary motor control is borderline of being out of range. Start up amps are beginning to rise. Refrigerant levels are in range. DID not REplace filter did not have in stock. Cleaned furnace caging. Blower wheel is very dirty and needs advanced cleanings. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic, System is in pretty bad condition, system has no filters at all. Thermostat batteries were low causing system not to kick on. BReaker was tripped.
Performed AC diagnostic on 2014 carrier system. Upon my diagnostic client stated that nest was displaying Y wire connection issue. Started off by jumping out thermostat wire is directly at thermostat and wires immediately sparked when this happened. Also try to jump it out directly at the circuit board and the fuse instantly popped. Isolated condenser wires coming from outside and try to jump system out again infuse would not pop any more. This led me to the outdoor contactor and found that the low-voltage coil has gone bad which is the reason why the fuse in the attic keeps popping. Also during my inspection I found at the duel secondary motor control has become weak on the fan sideterminal due to the condenser fan motor leaking oil from the bearing And using more power than needed. Informed Chris what is going on with the system and presented him repair options for a long-term solution. He authorized of the best repairs done. Also sign him up on maintenance plan for two visits a year
Arrived on site to perform maintenance on carrier system. System Has never had a maintenance done, it cools but she feels like it takes long sometimes. Cycled system for cooling. Checked indoor and outdoor unit electrical and system components. Unit was not providing proper temperature split initially. Found a super restricted filter, had not been changed out for a couple years. Replaced filter. Also upon inspecting supply registers every single supply register had a cloth filter looking thing inside of them that was completely cutting off air flow and causing refrigerant pressures to be out of wack and system not producing proper temperature. Homeowner had hip surgery and canâ€™t go up a ladder, did not know that the registers were covered. Opened every supply register and removed cover from inside of them. System now has extremely better airflow throughout the whole home. Refrigerant pressures dropped down to normal and system is now producing proper temperature split and cooling ef
Performed AC maintenance on 11 year old unit. Cycled system for cooling. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Refrigerant levels are in range and system is producing proper temperature split and cooling correctly. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Pulled condenser motor and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Ran system through point inspection. Concerns are as follows: 1. Indoor condensation lines do not have condensation switches to prevent water over flowing. Homeowner mentioned that her secondary line had been dripping but a couple days ago they cleared the lines from the master bedroom, which is where the drain lines are routed. I always performed a basic drain line clear up in attic, but problem could be a little more severe and would need a drain line cut and clear. 2. Furnace is sitting on wooden 2x4â€™s. 3. Outdoor unit primary motor control is starting to burn and pit up at the contact point. 4. Secondary motor control f
Performed AC maintenance on 4 year old Goodman system. Cycled system for cooling. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Blower wheel is clean. Secondary motor control in Range. Filter is slightly dirty, homeowner has extra filters she ordered for when it needs to be replaced. Temperature split is in range and system is producing proper temperature split. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Amp draws in range for compressor and condenser fan motor. Primary motor control is in good condition, secondary motor control is within range. Pulled off condenser fan motor and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Homeowner had mentioned that she has had some heater issues in the past as far as it making a weird nose, cycled the furnace a couple times to see if anything was out of the ordinary but everything fires up normally. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to diagnose and maintenance a 2004 airflow system. Condenser located in back yard. Furnace located in attic. Found unit not turning on as low voltage is not coming to condenser. As low found low voltage thermostat wires all chewed up maybe from the dog and has exposed wires. Advised we should replace exposed thermostat wires to prevent shortage. Inspected and did a level 1 repair to rewire the low voltage wires back on board and got system operational. Client wanted to sign up on esa and perform first Ac visit today. Washed condenser coil inside and out. Coil is in very bad condition. A dog from previous owners was peeing on condenser and coil is now missing a big section of coil and is now deteriorating. Primary is really pitted and burnt up from self wear. Secondary is border line bad in range from fan and compressor working hard. Fan motor is pulling max amps and could fail from age and over working. Compressor is over amping on start up as its over rated max. Compr
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2017 Goodman unit. Condenser located in back yard, furnace is in garage. Client stated no issues and systems is 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 Amp draws are good. Compressor start up amps are pulling 55 and Max rated at 112. Would recommend adding a Compressor booster kit to help keep high start up down and prolong life of compressor. Run amps are good. System pressure are good and cooling hole at 21 degrees. Filter was good. Blower assembly and wheel slight dust. Evaporator coil is good and drain lines are clear. All safety switches are operational. No protection on unit. Advised to to protect unit with adding surge protectors to prevent any electrical surges that can damage system or components. Went over all findings and recommendations with client. Client did declined recommended work at this time. Clien
Arrived on site to perform spring tune up on a 2013 lennox system. Condenser in pack yard furnace and Evaporator coil located in garage. Client stated no issues as they donâ€™t use system a lot and has yet to use it. Washed condenser inside and out. Unit was in very bad condition from previous owners dogs peeing on unit is missing coil areas and deteriorating over time. Checked electrical compartment and components. Primary pitting were burnt. Secondary was good for compressor. Fan was good and secondary motor controls for fan was weak as it just went out of range. Start up aamps are good. Run amps is pulling 13. Fan is go and in range of amps. Refrigerant were okay and cooling home over conditions of condenser is bad. System is cooling home at 20 degrees. R-22 unit. No protection on unit. Inspected indoor unit. Filter was good. Blower assembly was dirty previous tech advised client of it. Evaporator coil dirty from dirty that has entered system. Drain lines have debris but clear at t