Let Us Make You Comfortable
There are plenty of heating and air conditioning companies out there that claim to have great value and great technicians and maintenance plans galore. But what do those companies really know about Vista and its neighbors?
At Cool Air Solutions, we understand what it takes to build a strong relationship with a customer and that’s trust. Because we want your trust, we always act with your best interests and safety as our first priorities. You will never find you’ve been overcharged or that our work is shoddy and incomplete. We’ll work with you like you are a member of our very own family and that’s not just talk.
Check out our reviews to see what your Vista neighbors and neighbors nearby think of their experience with Cool Air Solutions and then call (888) 659-2665 for the best heating and air services in the area.
How Can We Help With Your AC or Heating System?
We offer a number of services, including:
- Heating Repair
- Heating Maintenance
- Heating Replacement or Installation
- AC Repair
- AC Maintenance
- AC Replacement or Installation
- Deals & Specials
All of our heating and air conditioning services are guaranteed to leave you 100% satisfied. Our energy efficiency skills can help you save the environment and your bank account. Our indoor air quality and in-home virus control systems take on the pollutants that sneak into our home’s air systems.
What’s the Big Deal About Maintenance Plans?
If you’re a member of our Comfort Club, you’re privy to deals and prices our non-member customers can’t access. By checking out your system twice a year and performing needed tune-ups, you lengthen the life of your heating and air conditioning system. You also prevent surprise repairs such as an AC shutting off in the middle of the hottest week of the year.
Don’t Take Our Word For It
In our tech driven world, there are a million ways to pick who you will do business with. Our philosophy is that no matter what we say, our actions are what proves our commitment to you. Read about our services and check out what locals think of them, so you can learn for yourself that Cool Air Solutions is the top-rated heating and cooling company in your area. Once you’ve checked us out, give us a call! We’d love to hear from you. (888) 659-2665
for Vista, CA
Our Reviews by City
Jesus - Vista, CA
Michael was very knowledgeable. He explained recommendations and completed the service.
Russell - Vista, CA
Madison, was extremely helpful and you could tell he really knew his stuff
Ashley was wonderful!
Abraham - Vista, CA
Ashley was great! She was very thorough and explained everything she was doing and did! We were very happy with our experience today but to be honest we have not been disappointed with any of their staff!
Kathleen - Vista, CA
Ashley was on time, polite and explained things thoroughly.
Nancy - Vista, CA
Great service tech!
John - Vista, CA
Nate was friendly, hardworking and professional. Highly recommended!
Elizabeth - Vista, CA
Daniel is a very professional and knowledgeable technician who went very ver our system and options without any pressure to do more. Cool Air has already gone above expectations and this is our first visit. Glad we signed up for the maintenance package.
greg - Vista, CA
Jeff - Vista, CA
I have been a regular customer for over 5 years...Still here, still pleased.
Kimberly - Vista, CA
Awesome Service as Usual!!!
Ray - Vista, CA
Michael has come to my house a few times now and has been awesome every time. Friendly, cares, and does a great job explaining his craft. Excellent representation for your company!!!
Lindsey - Vista, CA
Stephanie - Vista, CA
Great Service Experience
Ronald - Vista, CA
Jimmy was very thorough and made sure to explain everything in detail, and he gave me all the options available. He was very knowledgeable, and great to work with. Also, there company has the best local advertisement jingle that you’ll definitely be singing after you give them a call. Picked them because they have great reviews on Yelp.
Terrible! Waste of $$
Josh - Vista, CA
What a rip off. Jimmy, the technician, showed up, only to try to sell me a new furnace, wouldn’t even perform a diagnostic which is why I called, and then charged $100 for nothing. Never call these guys.
Luis was awesome. He knew exactly what was wrong.
Shane - Vista, CA
Excellent HVAC Service
Andy - Vista, CA
Luis showed up promptly, explained everything in detail, and completed his inspection/maintenance on my older Carrier furnace with courtesy and a smile!
very well done summation of furnance needs
Gene - Vista, CA
Rod - Vista, CA
The technician was very polite very respectful we discussed Covid protocols and he was able to enter and complete the update of the thermostat. Unfortunately it took maybe five months for the part to come in that was under warranty
Jeff - Vista, CA
We have been using Cool Air Solutions for years. Michael did a great job of making sure that his work was just right! Highly recommended!
He was professional and did a great job
Garry - Vista, CA
Joe - Vista, CA
Jane - Vista, CA
Luis was fabulous. He stuck with it until the answered was found. I would highly recommend him.
Awesome Service Rep
Ray - Vista, CA
This is my 2nd time dealing with Micheal and both times have been a very pleasant experience. He is very knowledgeable and does a great job explaining things. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my interaction with Michael both times. Keep up the great work Michael.
Very fair pricing
Dana - Vista, CA
Louis was able to fix my older AC and now it works great! About an hour into his visit I was worried but he persevered and got it running at an incredibly decent price. They will now do all my heating and AC service.
Thermostat was one from 1980s, and they have been struggling to use it and get it to work when they want. I replaced with new Honeywell thermostat. I then checked furnace out and the coil has been leaking all over the electrical components in furnace and the flooring is deteriorating. I went to condenser and refrigerant was good. I got permission to replace a single secondary motor control because it was reading below five percent. Charging today for thermostat and single secondary motor control. Supervisor visit Saturday from 12-2.
Started off with taking off condenser lid and hosing down condenser inside and out of any debris. Checked starter (good), dual secondary motor control (can be replaced reading at its 5%). Owner will change out next time, 24 v (good), 120 v (good), fuses (good), compressor (good). Checked refrigerant charge sh 0, sc 5, osa 82, delta 20. Checked furnace cabinet motherboard (good), blower motor (good).
Comfort Pro Heat Pump - 19 SEER | Variable Speed | High Efficiency Fan â€¢ Efficiency ratings up to 19 SEER â€¢ High Efficiency Coil â€¢ Two Stage Compressor â€¢ Ultra Silent Operation â€¢ One of the quietest units in the industry â€¢ Compact Slim Design â€¢ Direct Drive Fan Motor for Improved Quiet Operation â€¢ Advanced Safety Features â€¢ Can be used off of any thermostat Comfort Pro Air Handler - Variable Speed Unit | Constant Torque Motor â€¢ High Efficiency Heating and Cooling Fan â€¢ Quiet Operation â€¢ Improved Heating Control for Better Comfort â€¢ Emergency Heat Strip Included A/H: AUDA/A (HxWxL) 48.25" x 21.25" x 21.25" H/P: AUDW/A (HxWxL) 32.25" x 18.125" x 37" Dimensions may change without manufacturer notice. Please call before installation when dealing with limited space. WARRANTY: Manufacturer Limited Warranty: 10 Years Compressor, 10 Years Parts
Arrived on site to perform AC diagnostic on 2004 Goodman condensing unit. Upon arrival homeowner took entire system apart and diagnosed himself and found that dual secondary motor control has failed and possibly fan motor. Began diagnostic and found that duel secondary motor control was defective. Measured amperage for condenser fan motor and found that it was over amping at 1.8 Amps indicating that the motor is on its last leg. System also contains a phase that refrigerant called R 22 which is no longer manufactured as of January 1, 2020. At this time client would like to do Bare minimum repair because they plan on replacing in a year from now. Client also declined maintenance plan. Florin authorized bare minimum repair and upon departure system is fully operational.
Started with hosing down condenser unit of all debris in coil fins. Checked starter (good), dual secondary motor control (good), 24 v (good), 120 v (good). Checked refrigerant and system was low on refrigerant. Added 3 lbs of 410a , sh 26, sc 8, osa 86, delta 22. Checked furnace after and replaced air filter in system. I checked motherboard (good), blower motor (good), blower wheel (clean), single secondary motor control (good). House cool great and ready for summer.
Arrived on site to perform AC diagnostic on 2017 Lennox condensing unit. Upon arrival Stephanie stated that they like to keep the temperature set at 63Â° and theyâ€™ve recently noticed ice forming on the suction line outside. Arrived on site to find frozen line so I put the system and heating now to defrost all the ice on the suction pipe and evaporator coil. Once system was defrosted measured refrigerant pressures and found that they were all in range. Proceeded to attic and found that filter was not dirty and was Swapped out last week by the previous technician. Measured temperature split and found that system is cooling with a 20Â° split. Ultimately advised Client that 63Â° is too low and it is designed to run to 65Â° indicating that overnight the system will inevitably freeze if ran too low. Anything below 65Â° will be considered refrigeration or Chiller temperature for refrigerator. Ultimately Klein will give us a call back when she talks to her husband about zoning and upgrading
Arrived on site to find primary drain line clogged due to debris. Preformed cut and clear on PVC lines. Also vacuumed out water build up within secondary pan. Primed line afterward to confirm line was draining and everything worked properly upon departure. Homeowners are moving to carls bad and would like to transfer there membership over. .
Performed maintenance on 8 year old trane system. Washed filter and tested equipment, recorded temps and diagnostics. Measured pressures and cleaned condenser.
Upon arrival performed AC diagnostic on 2012 carrier condensing unit. Ross stated that they just moved in a couple days ago and noticed that the thermostat temperature will not drop even 1Â°. He mentioned that no maintenance was done or any previous service work. Proceeded to outdoor unit and found that everything was operational and immediately Gaged up the system to find that it was low on R410a charge. This is due to a leak somewhere within the refrigeration cycle of the system. Performed leak inspection and found no signs leakage visual, Advised Ross that leak dye needs to be injected into the system to help locate and pinpoint exact location and will return in about a month with a UV light to find it. Ross authorized mid range repair and charged approximately 2 pounds of refrigerant into the system and injected leak dye once system is topped off. Now that leak dye is flowing through the system recommend that It is ran every single day for a month to help equally distribute it up a
Arrived on site to perform TXV installation and leak dye injection. Defective TXV was swapped out and systems pressurize to ensure new Component was not leaking. Pulled system down below 1000 microns due to leak being present on system. Charged system up with approximately 7 pounds of R410a refrigerant. System is cooling with a 22Â° split upon departure will have to return in a month for leak dye inspection.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Filters were extremely dirty before we came, client said system was frozen. Refrigerant levels in range. Coil is clean. Removed both 1 inch filters. System is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival system was operational. Client said pipes would ice over. Immediate checked airflow and the filter. Return air was severely restricted by furniture and the filter had been neglected. Informed client of issue. Checked condenser electrical and charge of unit. Charge is low. Itâ€™s most likely because it wasnâ€™t charged right from install. Potentially a leak. Not sure. Found no issue with condenser electrical. Indoor blower motor in furnace is leaking oil. Furnace is 26 years old (1995). Would recommend budgeting for replacement on on furnace. Client would like to see how system performs now that we changed out filter, if it still isnâ€™t cooling properly we will need to add additional charge. Unit is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on Goodman system. Refrigerant levels are exactly to where needed. Primary & secondary motor control in range. Condenser fan motor good. Ducts have no seals at all. Filter was not replaced . Washed condenser coils. Please only send small tech to this Job due to attic space. Tested & reset system. Thermostat in working order. System is working in high amperageâ€™s, can cause high electricity bills. Client is it looking to upgrade system but if it ever gives out again he will be looking into replacement.
Performed combo maintenance. Inspected and tightened electrical components on furnace- cleaned flame sensor Checked filter- and changed adjusted zoning, inspected register as there was a flapping noise due to some plastic and tape from the duct. This was removed and resolved the noise. Inspected Temperature split was at 20 degrees.inspected and cleared condensate lines, system had flood protection.Checked outdoor electrical components, determined one of the wires had become pinched with a screw at the time of install. Causing the wire to short- I spliced and repair the wire. measured Washed and cleaned outdoor condenser coils. Removed debris from bottom of the condenser and cleaned and removed debris from electrical cabinet. System is cooling and operational upon departure
Performed AC maintenance. Inspected and tightened electrical components. Checked filter- and changed customer pays additional for filter replacement . Inspected Temperature split was at 20degrees.inspected and cleared condensate lines, system had flood protection.Checked outdoor electrical components, measured capacitor within range. Washed and cleaned outdoor condenser coils. Removed debris from bottom of the condenser and cleaned and removed debris from electrical cabinet. System is cooling and operational upon departure.
Performed AC maintenance. Inspected and tightened electrical components. Checked filter- recommended changing -customer is going to change . Inspected ducting to ensure proper airflow. Temperature split was at 20degrees.inspected and cleared condensate lines, system had flood protection drain pan and float switch. Checked outdoor electrical components, measured capacitors both within range however there are signs of low voltage needing to be repaired- wire melted at spade fitting and contact on capacitor (I recommend replacing both contactors with Turbo Start component . Checked both contactors and recommended replacing as they are pitted and could potentially fail causing damage to other components. Assist kit is also with in range. Washed and cleaned outdoor condenser coils. Removed debris from bottom of the condenser and cleaned and removed debris from electrical cabinet. System is cooling and operational upon departure.
Upon arrival, started ac tune up. Condenser is on roof. Cleaned coils and checked electrical. Charge is good. No issues found. Went into attic and changed filter with customer supplied one. Flushed drain lines. Checked static pressure. No issues found. System is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform AC diagnostic on 2016 AC pro condensing unit. Upon arrival Nick stated that we were out approximately one week ago for the breaker not working properly and now after letting it run he has noticed that it is not cooling off the house properly. Started off at outdoor unit and found that it was significantly low on R410a refrigerant charge. This is an indication that there is a leak somewhere within the refrigeration cycle of the system. Advised client that system is low enough to perform nitrogen test to help locate refrigerant leak. Unfortunately nitro test was performed and leak was not detectable even with nitro at this time. It is unknown where the location of the leak is at and advised client that we will be injecting a leak dye/sealant into the system with a full charge up. Once the charging process began I found There was a refrigerant restriction present due to abnormally low suction pressure and extremely high head pressure after adding an only 1 pound
Arrived on site to preform ac maintenance on 16 year old condenser
Arrived on site to perform AC maintenance on two-year-old Linux system
Arrived on site to perform leak repair. Nitro test and vacuum was complete system held pressure properly. Charged system up with a 1 pound and a half. System is operational and cooling with a 20Â° split upon departure
Arrived on site to perform AC diagnostic on 2019 condensing unit. Upon arrival Tyler stated that action air air conditioning was just out and found a refrigerant leak on the welds coming into the condenser outside. They have already injected and leaked dye into the system and have pinpointed that it is on one of the welds that was improperly brazed. Verified with UV light and found location of leak. Advised client that system is still slightly low on charge and may need to add 2 pounds in or more. System will be completely vacuumed out and pressurized with nitrogen to ensure no more leaks are present in the system. Once this is done it will be fully charged up. Presented leak repair option to Tyler and he has approved this and will be returning tomorrow at 8 to 10 AM. He will consider maintenance plan but needs to cancel his action air maintenance plan.
Jimmy got to customer home - customer just had exterior of house painted & did not want Jimmy to wash down the condenser risking new paint job
Tested thermostat on cooling mode. Tested different settings and system appears to be working at this time. If the problem persists the thermostat will be replaced under warranty.
Technician arrived to inspect unit and get information. Was able to get model serial for one unit, the other unit only had the serial number available. They are the same unit though.