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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Thessa - Perris, CA 92571
Jorge Cervantes is very professional and accommodating..
He was great
Trina - Perris, CA 92571
He was quick
Edwin - Perris, CA 92570
Cynthia - Perris, CA 92570
Good guys. Great communication. Cleaned up after themselves.
Great service, professional
Cynthia - Perris, CA 92570
Jorge was very professional, answered all our questions very knowledgeable. He made us feel like he was some one we already knew.
Wendy - Perris, CA 92571
Chris - Perris, CA 92570
Left hose on flooded backyard
Great service and very well priced very affordable
mary - Perris, CA 92570
Sara - Perris, CA 92571
Friendly, informative and professional.
Gabriel - Perris, CA 92570
Paul - Perris, CA 92570
They have Great planes of maintenance
SUPER GREAT SERVICE
Mercedes - Perris, CA 92570
GAVE LOTS OF DETAILS GREAT ATTITUDE LOVE THIS COMPANY VERRY HONEST.
LOVE THIS COMPANY
Mercedes - Perris, CA 92570
Rolando - Perris, CA 92570
I am satisfied with him, thank you
great efficent service
Bob - Perris, CA 92570
The Tec was very knowledgeable and pleasant to deal with.
it is great service and awesome price
Jonigodlove@gmail.com - Perris, CA 92571
YOUR COMPANY, OFFICE PERSONAL AND FIELD PERSONAL ARE WESOME I THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR COURTESY AND KINDNESS. JG.
Avacon - Perris, CA 92571
Always professional and helpful
A little pricy
Norm - Perris, CA 92570
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 92570
Fehrnando - Perris, CA 92571
Upon arrival started system in cooling everything turned on and function properly, switched over to heating for the first time this season. Customer stated he had not yet tried the heating this year. Heating kicked on normally and was operational took reading of all our amperageâ€™s and checked our safety and limit switched. All were functional and operational. Filter needed to be changed it was a Merv 11 20x25x5 filter, homeowner had an extra filter so we changed it while there on or visit. Over system was running and functioning properly.
Performed combo tune up on 1 year old Lennox system.
Rescheduled call. Waited on site until 4, nobody arrived. Office to reach out and reschedule.
When I arrived, the unit didnâ€™t turn on in heating. I turned thermostat to heating and went to attic to diagnose issue. I saw on error codes the flame sensor needs service or filter dirty. I took out flame sensor and deep cleaned. The flame sensor was white and needed to see flat surface to ignite burners. After cleaning , wiring back up and screwed into existing spot. Furnace took off in heating mode. I also went to check filter and it was very dirty. I replaced air filter with new one. I recommend a hot surface igniter replacement in due time. Igniter is starting to get white and cracked. Only problem is gas valve is directly behind it so that will all need to be dissembled to do work.
When I arrived at furnace, I was told to inspect system. The furnace had its gas turned off yesterday from gas company. Gas company found two leaks in the gas valve and through cracked glass lens. Owner wanted to know if anything on unit is replaceable and fixable. The unit is old and canâ€™t be restored in parts. The parts in system exceed past 40 years. I smelled gas all around unit when I turned it on. Gas valve is shut off for safety reasons. Supervisor is coming over to speak about potential replacement options. Charging for diagnostic only today.
Arrived on site to perform two System AC Diagnostic on 2005 ICP condensing units. Upon arrival client stated that downstairs is no longer blowing any air and upstairs is not cooling off. They have only lived in the house for about a year and have had multiple renovations done. Began at indoor unit for downstairs and found that single second of the motor control has failed. This is due to the indoor blower motor beginning to use too much amps and working hard overtime. Installed new single secondary motor control and motor fired up And was drawing high power. Proceeded to outdoor units and found both dual secondary motor controls were weak and out of range which can result in the outdoor condensing units failing on start up. Advised clients that systems are from 2005 in any repairs done will be considered a Band-Aid. Leo was unable to reach his father to approve repairs and will ask us to call him in a couple days but would like to just do the bare minimum repair at this time to get it
Cleared safety switch of condensate and repiped secondary drain line.
Was out here a couple days ago. Dog pulled wire out again. Reconnected wires. Advised to fence around the condenser as there is very little wire left and a new wire might have to be ran if it happens again. System is operational upon departure.
Client stated no cooling, condenser non operational -I found that the compressor was energized but fan motor was not -Capacitor was within range, so it was the condenser fan motor that went bad -Also one of the low voltage wires coming from furnace was shorted -I switched the wires and the contactor was then pulling in -The condenser fan motor was replaced -System is now operational -Refrigerant levels are very low, 72 psi, it should be anywhere from 130-135 -There is an apparent leak in the system, it is missing about 3-4 lbs -Dye kit and refrigerant was recommended as the system is still under warranty and it is recommended to find and fix the leak ASAP -Currently cooling
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 2003 Goodman unit. Met with tenant, who is brother of homeowner. States system is not cooling. His new dog chewed up his thermostat wire to outdoor condenser, which is why the system is not turning on. Advised have to fix wiring before doing anything else. Repaired low voltage wire, added a small piece of PVC pipe to run wires through so dog canâ€™t chew them anymore. Disconnect box is missing front cover to protect From water. Ensured that no fuses were blown, cycled system for cooling. System came on and started cooling. Refrigerant pressures are within range. Amp draws on compressor and condenser motor are high and inefficient. Secondary motor control has burning and pitting at contact points. Temperature split is within range. Indoor wheel is dirty. Blower is also leaking oil. Went over findings and recommendations. Needs to go over everything with his brother, only wants immediate repair for today. System is operational upon departure. Lo
Arrived on site to replace bad board and bad blower wheel. Client is aware she just wanted mini to get unit up and running as it was before so she can sell home. Installed and replaced board and wheel and cycled unit and u it is now operational and cooling as it was. Showed client bad blower whee so she can see what itâ€™s no longer good. She is aware and did see failures. She is aware unit is operational and is starting to cool home down. Unit is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no working 2005 unit. Client also wanted to get a second opinion due to the recommendations needed. Spoke with client she stated it Stated with a Clogged drain lines and the secondary overflow was leaking water. Called a company put and they came and cleared lines. That same day she stated unit started making very loud rattle noises coming from the attic and this noise want happening before until the guy came and cleared them. She called back and they sent out another tech that was younger. He came out and inspected the loud noise and he told the lady that the blower wheel is and and needs to be replaced and then thermostat went blank. He the blower wheel/fan had ripped up some of the wires to the motor as stated in the invoice he gave her and that doing so popped the fuse. He replaced it and unit was still not working and he told her they needed to replace wheel first to determine if any other issue are present. She stated he told her it was a CYA pap
Performed an AC maintenance on a 2021 Lennox system. System was chemically bathed and thoroughly washed. Pressures and temperature splits where checked and both are in range. All electrical components where checked and everything was in range. Filters where swapped this visit. System was fully operational on time of departure.
Returned to install recommended parts -Condenser fan motor, blower cap, and secondary motor control was installed -Everything is working properly -System is currently cooling
Technician arrived for maintenance of system -Condenser was cleaned out thoroughly and debris was removed -System is in rough condition, all motors are drawing very high amps -Secondary motor controls are out of range -Refrigerant levels are within range -The system is drawing over 6000 watts per hour -Major repairs were highly recommended such as: condenser fan motor, both secondary motor controls. Reason being, with these failing parts being apart of the system, other parts begin to fail -Filters were changed out -Client wants to decide on whether to do repairs or not -System is currently cooling
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on a 2008 Rheem unit. Client stated unit is down and stopped working recently and gave code for lost of power to thermostat. Upon arrival found thermostat not operational and loss of power to R. Inspected unit found them to be original to home. Inspected attic and indoor unit and checked connections for power. Found power coming in to unit and transformer. Transformer sent out low voltage to broad but board was not send out power to thermostat. Did a visual inspection on board and found no burnt spot just found that the low voltage terminal black where the thermostat wires are connected to was broken and look like someone tightened the terminals to much and broke off the terminal block for low voltage. Would be getting power once I put pressure on terminals but once I let it would cut off. Advised board bad but due to over all conditions now is the time to consider full system replacement due to the age and over all conditions, repairs needed, r-2
Removed all of the scheduled temperatures for both thermostats. Inspected the zone dampers and made sure all connections were tight and secure. Set all 4 zone dampers to bleed at range 1: lowest bleed settings. Added a strap for one of the zones on the duct board plenum to keep the duct from sagging.
Performed diagnostic on Daikin Mini-Split unit. Homeowner states system is not cooling. This is a 3 Head Minisplit system. Cycled for cooling. Indoor head opened flaps as if it was going to turn on, but then closed shut and never turned on. Went to outdoor unit and system was locked out on high pressure. Condenser was clean but figured out that homeowner had actually just cleaned it because it was super dirty and thought that would fix it. Reset entire system to clear codes. System came back on normally and started cooling. Refrigerant pressures in proper range and temperature is where it needs to be. Unit does not have a disconnect bo, whip runs straight into breaker panel. Recommended to add disconnect box as well as surge protection. Wants to hold off on anything for today as he has other house projects going on. System is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to install new indoor blower for downstairs unit. Other components were installed previously on last visit. System is fully operational upon departure
Arrived on site to perform AC diagnostic on 2003 two system Aireflo condensers. Upon arrival Betty stated that the system was not working when upstairs or downstairs is running. Began full diagnostic on downstairs and upstairs system and multiple points of concerns were found. Downstairs- 1. Indoor blower motor is intermittent and overheating due to clogged filter that has not been swapped out for seven years 2. Starter was burnt and pitted on contact points 3. Filter needs to be swapped every one to three months. 4. System contains R22 refrigerant which is no longer manufactured as of January 1, 2020 Upstairs- 1. Dual secondary motor control is weak and out of range for compressor and fan terminals 2. Starter is burnt and pitted 3. Condenser fan motor has significant oil leakage coming off of it 4. Compressor is using high amperage at this time due to old age and wear and tear 5. System also contains R22 6. Filter was significantly clogged in reducing Airflow 7. Unit has dog urinatio
Performed AC maintenance on 2 year old Lennox package unit. Big extension ladder required, unit is on roof of two story home. Cycled system for cooling. Ran system through 20 point inspection checklist. Washed condenser coil. Replaced Merv filter provided by customer. System is operational.
Performed heating maintenance on 10 year old Trane Heat Pump unit. Cycled unit for heating. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Blower wheel is slightly dirty. Evap coil is clean. Electrical components in good condition. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Electrical components all in good range. Amperages are normal. Temperature split is in good range. Pulled condenser fan motor off and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Condenser motor does have some oil residue on casing, meaning seal is starting to give out. Amperages are still normal. Went over findings and recommendations. Renewed ESA maintenance program. System is fully operational upon departure. Homeowner is looking into the possibility of cutting in return on the side of the unit to get more return air. Existing return is not cut to its entirety due to studs and framing under unit. His construction buddy is coming tomorrow and heâ€™ll see if itâ€™s possible to move frami
Client stated downstairs ac not cooling -Condenser fan motor struggling to continuously run, secondary motor control out of range (18/55) -Condenser fan motor and secondary motor were replaced -Refrigerant levels are within range -System is currently cooling
Client stated no cooling for downstairs ac -Technician found 5 amp fuse to be blown on the control board -One of the low voltage wires was shorted out due to an electrical surge -There was an extra wire that could be used so it was replaced with the good one -System is now cooling and doing its job -Filters were replaced except the 14x24 downstairs
Upon arrival started ac tune up. Condenser was dirty. Removed all panels and fan motor and started cleaning. Cleaned out coils throughly. Cleaned out electrical panel and tested electrical start components. Found no issues. Checked motor amps. All motor amps are within range. Compressor amperage are high within range. Once coils were cleaned, checked refrigerant pressures. Pressures are in good. Flushed out condensate drain and cleaned condensate pump. Filter is restricted and advised client. Client will purchase new filters. Advised client on system condition. Unit is operational upon departure.