Are you having trouble keeping your Poway 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 Poway CA neighbors. Call us to find out what we can do for you!
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David - Poway, CA 92064
Great service. Explained service well
Helen - Poway, CA 92064
Great maintenance visit from Cool Air Solutions!
David - Poway, CA 92064
Madison was great! Thorough and communicative. Highly recommended.
Sara - Poway, CA 92064
Jorge was fantastic. Knowledgeable, friendly and very helpful
Ellen - Poway, CA 92064
Cheryl - Poway, CA 92064
On time polite. Let me know that cool solutions works around permitting by having the homeowner do it. dont know yet if I should worry
Steve - Poway, CA 92064
Michael was terrific. Professional, courteous and knowledgeable. Another great experience with Cool Air Solutions who I have been doing business with for 5 years.
Dave - Poway, CA 92064
Excellent service and installation! Great job!
Very Happy with Bid
Bill - Poway, CA 92064
Brian spent much time examining my present system and discussing the various options for its replacement.
Performed heating maintenance on 2 year old Lennox unit.<br> <br> Cleaned return grate. Replaced filter with new owner-supplied MERV 16 filter. Temperature rise is within limits. Inducer amp draw as well as total system amp draw is within limits. Checked all electrical connections. Cleaned flame sensor. Tested all safety switches. Tested resistance of hot surface igniter. Inspected blower compartment and found blower wheel to be clean and balanced. Surge protection device is still active. Was unable to test external static pressure due to space constraints. Inspected ductwork and found it to be in good condition.<br> <br> Denise mentioned the room upstairs at the end of the hallway receives too much heating air. Because of this I closed the damper for that room from 60% to 30% and checked the supply on 2nd stage. During the summer this will most likely need to be opened up to keep up with the heat load of this room.<br> <br> Prior to departure I ensured the furnace was ope
Maintenance performed on carrier 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. Second system I started with the thermostat. Giving a call for heating, and going to furnace to start maintenance. Temp rise of 40-70 needed, I got a temp rise of 45. House heats up to designated temperature. I checked out blower motor of any dirt or debris and itâ€™s clean. Filters need to be replaced next visit. 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. System is operational upon departure. Added two phe
Igniter was left unplugged from maintenance. System operational.
Performed a heating maintenance on a 2016 Lennox 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.
Performed a heating maintenance on one Lennox system and one American standard unit. 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. Both systems where fully operational at time of departure.
Began my maintenance on the right hand side of house. During my twenty point inspection, I started off with hosing down condenser coil of any dirt and debris. Opened condenser cabinet and checked everything thoroughly. Starter (good), fuses (good), fan motor amps (0.8 ), dual secondary motor control (good), 24v (good), 240v (good), refrigerant levels sh 21, sc 0, osa 84, delta 20. Then went onto the furnace and checked furnace cabinet thoroughly. Blower motor (good), single secondary motor control (good), motherboard (good), 24v (good), 120v (good). House cools great and ready for summer. The second unit was on opposite side of home. I started off with hosing down condenser coil of any dirt and debris. Opened condenser cabinet and checked everything thoroughly. Starter (good), fuses (good), fan motor amps (0.7 ), dual secondary motor control (good), 24v (good), 240v (good), refrigerant levels sh 21, sc 0, osa 86, delta 19. Then went onto the furnace and checked furnace cabinet thoroug
Started with checking unit on left side of home. Owner said that thermostat to house doesnâ€™t bring down to temperature they desire. I hooked up my gauges and checked my temperatures. Temperatures were reading fine, no refrigerant needed. I checked out compressor amps and fan motor amps. Amps are drawing high on both. One thing I saw was the bottom of the condenser coil was starting to deteriorate. It falls off with just a brush of the finger. Made it aware to owner, but she mentioned she just bought a system from us on her other home. She said sheâ€™s still paying off other system, and would like to wait on speaking with someone about potential replacements. Till she finishes paying off other system, sheâ€™ll give us a call for estimate and supervisor. Charging for diagnostic.
Added a strap for the primary drain line and a small piece of pvc to raise the safety switch a little bit. Removed water from the switch and made sure the primary is draining. Programmed the circuit board for 2 stage Ac and monitored operation.
Performed AAC maintenance on a 2016 Goodman system. System was chemically bathed. Treasures and temperature splits were checked and both were in range. All electrical components were checked and all are in range. Filter was not swapped during this visit. System is fully operational and time of departure.
Performed an AC maintenance on a 2020 Lennox system. System was chemically bathed and thoroughly washed. Checked all electrical components and everything was in range. Checked pressures and temperature splits and both of them where in range. The client changed out the filter in February so it does not need to be changed at this time. System was fully operational on time of departure.
Upon arrival client said there was a burning plastic smell coming from the newer Lennox unit. Went into furnace and inspected blower and other electrical components, found no electrical faults at this time. Technicians did not smell anything while on sight. Ran system for approximately 30 minutes. Advised client to get ducts cleaned or install an air purifier.
Technician arrived to perform spring tune up -Condenser was cleaned out and debris was removed -Refrigerant levels look great and are within range -Electrical components are all working properly -Filters were changed out -Surge Protection was installed to protect again power outages, brown outs, and black outs -Blower motor compartment is clean and looking good -Systems are tuned and ready for summer
Performed AC maintenance. Inspected and tightened electrical fittings. Inspected ducting in garage to ensure airflow was not leaking. Changed filter customer provided. Inspected condensate line and insured was clear. Inspected blower wheel for proper balance and cleanliness. Cleaned outdoor condenser coil and checked electrical components. Inspected circuit board. Tighten electrical fittings. System is cooling and operational upon departure.
Performed maintenance on a Goodman gas furnace. Customer reports no use of the heating system this year. Furnace kicked on with no issues. System is heating in range coming out of the supply at 122 degrees. Upon inspection the systems amp draws were very high. In the blower cabinet the insulation had came unglued and was sucked into the blower housing. This is causing the blower motor to overheat and draw very high amps. This can also cause damage to other components as well as this is a major air restriction. The combustion blower is in range. The battery for this component was leaking itâ€™s oil, this was replaced today. Sensors and switches were cleaned and tested. Duct runs are sealed. Condensate lines are cleared. Gas valve and ignitor were tested and recorded. The condition of the system was discussed with the homeowner. System is operational at end of appointment?
Heating Maintenances Performed Upon arrival system is working and operational. I inspected the main houses furnace unit and proceeded to the guest housesthe, I checked and tightened electrical connections. I inspected the heating components for proper operation and wear. Burners were inspected for proper operation. Flame sensor was cleaned. Condensates lines were inspected for proper drainage. Static pressures and temperature splits were taken. Filter has been checked, does not need to be changed at this time, as well as the main houses was washed and installed back into the unit. Blower housing and wheel was inspected for balance and dust build up. Air supply was measured. Inspected safety switches as well as inspected home for fire and carbon monoxide detectors. Pulled blower housing to further inspect heat exchanger on the main houses furnace, I took this time to clean the blower wheel and housing since it was out of the system and was caked in dirt and dust. Renewed ESA for both
Performed maintenance on a 2016 Lennox furnace. Heating temperature rise is 30 degrees. Sensors and switches were tested and cleaned. Merv 16 Filter is a year old and dirty. PCO bulb is glowing fine at this time. Combustion blower and primary blower are clean and amping in range. Ignitor was tested recorded. Condensate lines are clear. System is not electronically protected. Homeowner was briefed on the condition on the system. Unit is operational.
Combo Maintenance Performed Upon arrival system is working and operational. I began my maintenance in the attic by performing a duct leakage inspection. I then proceeded to the furnace unit, I checked and tightened electrical connections. I inspected the heating components for proper operation and wear. Burners were inspected for proper operation. Flame sensor was cleaned. Condensates lines were inspected for proper drainage. Static pressures and temperature splits were taken. Filter has been checked, homeowner will switch out when they arrive. Blower housing and wheel was inspected for balance and dust build up. Air supply was measured. Inspected safety switches as well as inspected home for fire and carbon monoxide detectors. I then proceeded to the outdoor condenser unit. I broke the system and cleaned it inside and out removing dirt and debris. I checked electrical connections to ensure good connections, as well as recorded amp draws. Inspected components for wear. Checked refrige
Tech arrived on site for 3 system ac tune up. Washed condenser coils. Hosed with water. Checked and cleaned electrical cabinets. Capacitor on 2 west side units were rusty but reading okay. Motor amps are good. Refrigerant charge is good. The trane unit: electronic air cleaner isnâ€™t operational. Only filtration is the washable pre filter. Itâ€™s recommended to swap the filter rack out for a merv rack. Surge protection for the condensers is recommended to protect your investment. Filter sizes are 16x25x5 merv 11 or 16. Whichever you prefer. Units are operational upon departure.
Tech arrived on site. Found disconnect left out. Put it back in and the condenser began to operate. Checked pressures and motor amps. Everything is good at this time.
Tech arrived on site with new fan motor from Lennox. Removed control board and uninstalled old fan motor. Installed new fan motor and tested system operation. Unit is cooling properly upon departure.
Inspected system for performance operation. Inspected temperature splits, filter, system cfm and adjusted the scheduling.
Tech arrived on site. No airflow coming from master bedroom unit. Furnace is located in crawl space under house. Found blower motor to have power but not operational. The module on the blower failed. Unit is 3 years old. Our install. Will warranty motor, client will pay for labor. Client signed up on service plan for 3 system.
Performed maintenance on 9 year old Goodman system. Cycled system for cooling. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Filter is clean. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Amp draws for compressor and condenser fan motor are within range. Secondary motor control is in range, was recently replaced. Primary motor control has slight pitting building up at contact points. Removed condenser fan motor and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Compressor has a slight hard start turning on. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Also advised that this is the last visit of the membership program and would be time to renew for future maintenances. Homeowner wants to hold off on any work for today and would like to hold off on maintenance program as well. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure.
Condenser not receiving communication.
Upon arrival performed maintenance maintenance on two HVAC systems. Opened up condensers and washed both systems out completely. Verify temperature splits are in range. Filters are still good will need to replace next season. Amperage is through our system are in range. Washed and waxed furnace cabinet. Made sure all low-voltage connection is intact and not loose. Indoor motors and wheels are good. Lineset is good. Coils are good. Insulation on lines good. Refrigerant caps on. Thermostats in working order. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.