Service You Won’t “Wine” About
Wine country? Yes. Tourist Destination? Yes. Skiing Paradise? Umm...no. Beautiful Temecula, CA isn’t known for its cold snaps or heavy noreasters but for year-round residents, temperatures can get into the low 40s or high 30s, reason enough to crank on the heat.
But what happens if you turn the heat on and nothing happens. Or you turn it on and it keeps cycling? Cool Air Solutions exists for this very purpose. Where people are uncomfortable or subject to becoming unhealthy, we want to be to resolve all of your heating and cooling problems.
How Can We Help With Your AC or Heating System?
We offer a full range of heating and air conditioning services, as well as a Comfort Club where your HVAC maintenance needs are taken care of.
- In-Home Virus Control
- Heating Repair
- Heating Maintenance
- Heating Replacement or Installation
- AC Repair
- AC Maintenance
- AC Replacement or Installation
- Maintenance Plans
- Deals & Specials
As you can see, we offer a full range of heating and air conditioning services, as well as a Comfort Club where your HVAC maintenance needs are taken care of. But there are other ways Cool Air Solutions can help you improve your home atmosphere.
Our Indoor Air Quality services address a problem of which many of us in Southern California are already aware. Harmful pollutants in the outside air do make it inside our homes where they are recycled again and again making the home more polluted than the regular outside air.
With Energy Efficiency services, we can save you money and make you feel better about your contribution to climate change. We are an environmentally conscious company, but we also don’t want our clients to pay high utility bills when some simple steps can cut costs.
Call (888) 659-2665 today and we’ll fix your heat and AC issues. We mean it when we say we see our clients as family. Read the reviews of your neighbors in Temecula to find out what they have to say about us. Then, give us a call today.
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Fred - Temecula, CA 92591
Response from Cool Air Solutions:
Thank you for the wonderful review and for taking the time to share your feedback.
Very good service
James - Temecula, CA 92591
Response from Cool Air Solutions:
We’re so glad you had a good experience.
Shanel - Temecula, CA 92591
Very nice and personable. Your team is lucky to have him .
Response from Cool Air Solutions:
Shanel, thank you so much for your kind words about Tony! We will be sure to let him know to keep up the good work!
Tim - Temecula, CA 92592
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Barry - Temecula, CA 92591
Michael did a great job of not only fixing the problem but answering all my questions. Highly recommended.
Heater repair evaluation
Robert - Temecula, CA 92592
Ended up buying new as old was end of life
Enrique - Temecula, CA 92592
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John - Temecula, CA 92592
All employees of Cool Air Solutions have been great to work with from installation of my new system to the 1 year service.
Barry - Temecula, CA 92591
Michael did a great job and diagnosed the problem and is making sure it won't happen again.
Great service. Thoroughly explained the remedy to the problem.
Rick - Temecula, CA 92592
Great service and very professional.
Great Service by Kendall O’Brien
Anna - Temecula, CA 92591
Awesome employees and great service
Julie - Temecula, CA 92592
We’ve been with Cool Air Solutions for a few years now, and have absolutely zero complaints. Everyone that we have dealt with has been an absolute professional. Everything has been communicated clearly and every service call has been a pleasure dealing with every technician that’s walked into our home. We can’t recommend enough!
Professional service from the start
Tom - Temecula, CA 92592
Luis did an excellent job.
Rob - Temecula, CA 92592
Kendall did a great job explaining and performing the service. He also asked about our concerns and resolved them. He's a very congenial person.
Ernesto - Temecula, CA 92592
Above all services
Jeremy - Temecula, CA 92592
Kendall was very nice , professional and efficient in servicing our heating system. He clearly explained what he was doing and what was identified during his maintenance.
Mike - Temecula, CA 92591
Linda - Temecula, CA 92591
Excellent customer service..
Good service. Good communication and understanding
Mary - Temecula, CA 92592
Expect that we will need future service. Will request Tony
Great Service, awesome technician
Jason - Temecula, CA 92592
Highly recommend, Jimmy Garcia my technician was professional, timely and a great communicator. He was able to solve my furnace issue within minutes. Exceptional service and would definitely use again.
Maria - Temecula, CA 92592
Richard - Temecula, CA 92592
Samantha - Temecula, CA 92592
Knowledgeable, friendly, polite
Performed heating maintenance on 3 year old Carrier unit. Cleaned return grates. Installed 3 new owner-supplied filters. Inspected blower compartment and found blower wheel to be clean and balanced. Tested resistance of hot surface igniter. Temperature rise is within limits. Flushed condensate drain with water. Inducer amp draw as well as total system amp draw are within limits. Checked all safety switches. Prior to departure I ensured the system was operating normally after my maintenance inspection.
Arrived on site to perform furnace maintenance
Arrived on site to preform a 20 point inspection of a 2 year old Lennox furnace. Upon arrival turned unit on into heat mode and verified the proper heating sequence. Inspected burner assembly and made sure combustion was venting proper through the flue vent. Inspected gas piping there were no leaks detected at the time of maintenance. Checked safety and limit switches on the furnace, switches and safety were operating normally. Switched unit into cooling and took a static pressure test, static pressure was a little high, changing the 20X30X1 or upgrading filter helped lower static pressure. Customer asked about diverting air flow to other rooms as the master bedroom and another room down the hall get too hot to fast, talked about dampers on those runs specifically to help with air flow, customer also was interested in taking a look at the downstairs system and maybe modify some airflow or making adjustments to the unit itself so that it doesnâ€™t run constantly. Will be putting notes a
When I arrived at package unit, the thermostat was not receiving power. I started diagnostic at wires at package unit. I did a continuity check and found a shorted wire in bundle down to the thermostat. Re ran a new 3â€™ bundle to thermostat and started system in heating mode. Heating worked efficiently, then switched mode to cooling. Verified cooling operated correctly and system operational upon departure. Charging today for hour of labor and 24v short diagnostic.
Inspection corrections and uv light installation.
Performed heating maintenance on 10 year old Carrier unit. Cleaned return grates. Replaced filters with new MERV 8 filters. Temperature rise was above the high end of the range, reduced gas pressure from 3.8â€ to 3.2â€WC and this brought the temperature rise within range. Flushed condensate drain with water. Inspected blower compartment and found blower wheel to be clean and balanced. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked resistance of hot surface igniter. Checked safety circuit. Tested pressure switch. Checked electrical connections. Measured external static pressure and found it to only be slightly high. I recommended to Iris to consider having a MERV filter cabinet installed so they could have cleaner air in their home, cleaner air in their system, better air flow, and fewer filter changes. I let them know if they wanted to upgrade to MERV 16 filtration it would be recommended to upgrade their motor to an ECM motor. Prior to departure I ensured the furnace was operating norm
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 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, deep cleaned flame sensor. Ducting done correctly, and all runs intact. Inducer motor is working 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. Itâ€™s clean, well maintained system. Replaced air filter for new one. 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 runs intact. Induce
Arrived on site to pet heating tune up on a 1995 corsaire unit. Clustered no issues that he knows of. He stated he is the tenant and is renting so he is not the owner or property. Cycled heater found mercury thermostat. Advised there not as accurate at reading temperature. Unit is operational filter was replaced. Found black flex ducting used found unit to maybe original to home as unit is not up to code. Blower assembly is dirty. Motor is leaking oil from over working and age. Found secondary motor control bad and will be failing at n future. Motor is on borrowed time. Inducer motor is almost at max. Igniter is high in range and is discoloration is white and can fail in future. Flame sensor is oxidized but okay. Tempted rise is in range. Found drain lines dusty with no over flow switches or an emergency drain pan under unit. Found gas line to not have any sediment trap. Furnace is on 2x4 instead of furnace stands. No protection on unit and recomadding one to protect older unit. John s
Arrived on site to perform furnace diagnostic on 1999 comfortmaker heater. Upon arrival Casey stated that Upstairs system is not heating and they like to run it at 78Â°. Began diagnostic at furnace And immediately found that the system had overheated and is in cool down mode to prevent any further damage from melting or catching fire. Inspected condition of motor and electrical and found that indoor blower motor is leaking a significant amount of oil. The biggest red flag found was that the heat exchanger is cracked on both chambers indicating that the furnace has been overheating for a long period of time resulting in failure of this main component. This is not a major safety concern for everyone in the home while the system is heating due to the possibility of combustion gases entering the airstream during operation. Furnace should not be ran under these conditions unless the Heat exchanger is replaced or Looking into long-term options. Ultimately Casey is aware of current failure po
Arrived on site to preform furnace maintenance on 2017 carrier unit.
Performed 20 point inspection maintenance on 10 year old unit . Clean 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 Monitor Air Purification System Check all System Safety and Limit Switches Clean Flame Sensor Inspect Carbon Monoxide Detectors Check Thermostat for Proper Operation / Calibration
Technician arrived to perform furnace tune up -Filter was replaced -Flame sensor cleaned off -Blower motor drawing high amperage draw, blower wheel is very dirty -Sediment trap was installed and a blower wheel pull and clean was performed as well to boost efficiency and longevity -Electrical connections tightened -Condensate was cleared -System is tuned and currently heating
Arrived on site to preform a 20 point maintenance inspection on a 4 year old Lennox system. Upon arrival homeowner stated the system was producing white particles or air and she is getting sick, homeowner also stated the pure air pco system was not working as the thermostat was showing it not working. I listened to the customers concerns and headed up into the attic to identify the problem. Switched unit into heating and checked coil and supply and return plenum for anything that could be getting into the air stream, checked for tares in ductwork or any loose connections that may be sucking in dust or any other debris. All ductwork was secure and sealed found no tears or no indication that a foreign material had intruded into the system. Checked PCO UV filter rack, UV light was still on, Just a little loose, once secured fire air system reset itself and was fully Functional again. UV bulb is dim and is in need of replacement m homeowner is a aware and is also aware that the filter is d
Replacing 2 systems with a modulating variable speed unit. Dual fuel heating. Adding zone board and dampers to allow control of each floor independently. Replacing all the registers in the house. Adding 5 inch filtration to system. Increasing upstairs return duct. Adding airflow volume control dampers to downstairs duct runs. Installing Wi-Fi thermostats. Permits included. 1 year free maintenance included. 10 years parts/ 1 year labor. $259.62 for 180 months @ 7.99%
Maintenance performed on Goodman system. Checked ampâ€™s of blower motor and furnace itself, system using low amps. The filter was dirty and replaced. 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. Motor control was replaced due to motor working harder with dirty filter. Also filter replaced.
Pilot assembly failed, spark igniter failing and burners wonâ€™t ignite. I was on phone with tech support for an hour and help me correctly diagnose pilot assembly. After tech support couldnâ€™t find assembly due to system being from 1994. Owners will speak with supervisor tomorrow. No charge today since I returned.
Maintenance performed on Lennox system. Checked ampâ€™s of blower motor and furnace itself, system using low amps. The filter was replaced, old one was full of dirt and debris. 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.
Performed leak search. Inspected lineset entry of outside wall inside attic space. Inspected ducting in attic.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on heating system. Indoor motor & wheel are in very good condition. Circuit board & electrical connections in range. Cleaned flame sensor. Replaced filter. Return plenum should be replaced it is extremely dirty . Cleaned all return registers. Tested flame igniter. System is operational upon completion.
Performed heating maintenance on 4 year old Lennox unit. Cleaned return grate. Installed new MERV 11 filter. Temperature rise is within limits. Flushed condensate drain with water. Inspected blower compartment and found blower wheel to be clean and balanced. Checked all electrical connections. Tested resistance of hot surface igniter. Cleaned flame sensor. All electrical amp draws are within limits. Measured external static pressure and found it to be high near 1â€WC, this is due to the undersized ductwork that is currently part of their system. 2000 CFM is required and the current ductwork provides 1260 CFM. Closed master bedroom/bathroom damper to approx. 50%, opened kitchen/living area to full open. Prior to departure I ensured the furnace was operating correctly after my maintenance inspection.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on a 2004 Goodman. Client stated unit was working past days and they noticed unit would shut off and on and not heat home. Called us out. Client stated he believes to be a switch. Cycled and unit did not fire up. inspected unit in attic. Found unit going through sequence of operation. But flame would not turn on. Inspect and checked flame sensors and found it all oxidized up from age and operation. Would recommend replacing due to age. But cleared off at this time to see if unit would stay on or if there is another issues. Unit fired up and stayed on once seaborne was cleaned advised may run for now but this will happen again or it will fail. He is aware. Inspect full unit. Found gas line with no sediment trap. Blower assembly and wheel is dirty and dusty. Motor is working hard from age and operation and motor is on borrowed time. Inducer motor is working hard. Drain lines are dirty from lack of filter change out. Advised him he needs to replace f
Furnace wasnâ€™t operating when I arrived. I set system in heating mode and started my diagnostic. I found that the gas valve would operate and burners wouldnâ€™t turn on. I disassembled the burner assembly and deep cleaned flame sensor. The sensor had a bunch of corrosion, and re attached assembly correctly. I cleared pressure tubing, and found debris inside. I used thermostat wire to clear out tubing port. Provided a thorough maintenance to get system to operate. After I turned heating on again and system turned on. Supply reached up to 120 degrees, and system operational upon departure. Charging for diagnostic only today. I talked about signing up system to maintenance agreement. The wife wants to speak with husband first since he wasnâ€™t home. Going to send invoice of both options of maintenance membership.
Arrived on site to diagnose a no heating unit. Client stated he just recently had a power outages and since then unit started acting up and not heating at times. Arrived and cycled unit and unit was already heating. Inspect history code and found that unit had no error codes or issues and unit was heating home up. Client saw it went from 66 to 72 degrees in home. Inspected attic and filter and found filter still good at this time. Unit was heating home up. Furnace did not call any error codes out at this time. Advised client and he stated this happened after the power outages could have cause u it to lose communication while it was running and unit got locked up due to it but once it was clear it would go back to normal. Advised had unit running for 30 mins and has not had a issues and kept heating home. At this time there is no issue. Unit is running as it should and heating. Recommend adding surge protectors to units to protect unit and all other components as well as thermostat from
Set thermostat for proper operation. Named thermostats in app and tested both heating and cooling.
Tested the zones, monitored airflow. Closed a raffle in the storage room.