Cool Air Solutions has provided Wildomar CA air conditioning and heating solutions since 2006. Our services include installation, repair, maintenance and more for residential and commercial clients.
Read our reviews to see why your Wildomar CA neighbors call us first when they need help making or keeping their home comfortable.
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Great friendly service
Gil - Wildomar, CA 92595
To - Wildomar, CA 92595
Very happy with the service!
John - Wildomar, CA 92595
Polite, friendly, knowledgeable
After 2 days and nights without heat, it was awesome to see Tony come in, and immediately everything was going to be fine.
Tom - Wildomar, CA 92595
Tony knows what he’s doing. Helps in anyway he can.
Excellent service great price
Fernando - Wildomar, CA 92595
Jarol - Wildomar, CA 92595
Janet - Wildomar, CA 92595
We love the technician that comes to our house. He is the best, friendly, and a very good communicator.
Kendall is awesome!
Diedra - Wildomar, CA 92595
Kendall is awesome!
CM - Wildomar, CA 92595
Jorge provides great quality service and always answers all questions to help me feel better informed.
lisa - Wildomar, CA 92595
Gil - Wildomar, CA 92595
Friendly, through, provides specific & helpful info
Holly - Wildomar, CA 92595
Not If, but when. Replaced 30+ yr old
Darryl - Wildomar, CA 92595
Personable, knowledgeable and felt comfortable with the customer service.
Great, quality service
Carlos - Wildomar, CA 92595
I would definitely recommend Cool Air Solutions to anyone. Their team is professional, calls to confirm appointments, alerts you when they’re on their way, and provide quality service. Jorge is an excellent technician. He is personable and goes above and beyond in answering any questions I have and explains service recommendations thoroughly.
Gil - Wildomar, CA 92595
Gil - Wildomar, CA 92595
Thank you Michael, very much appreciated, thank you
CM - Wildomar, CA 92595
Jorge had a great attitude, was informative, and performed excellent work.
Lindy - Wildomar, CA 92595
Madison is very knowledgeable.He gave us different options on the thermostat that you have including the price and services that you offer.Great performance.
Friendly professional service
Pam - Wildomar, CA 92595
My air conditioner was not working and Madison was able to fix it, saving me money by not having to replace it just yet. There was no pressure sales and he finished the work quickly
Jeff - Wildomar, CA 92595
Jorge was like a teacher in the classroom explaining our system and parts recommended. I appreciated his time and the thorough nature of the diagnostic.
Rosalinda - Wildomar, CA 92595
Larry - Wildomar, CA 92595
My service technician, Daniel did a great job performing my A/C maintenance today. He really explained everything that he did. Outstanding job! Thank you!!
Diedra - Wildomar, CA 92595
I love cooler solutions. And I am a super fan of Jorge. I’ve had the best experience from getting a new system installed from the sales person that came out and now to the person who is helping maintain the quality of the work. I 1000% recommend cooler solutions and I have.
Linda - Wildomar, CA 92595
Paolo - Wildomar, CA 92595
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
Performed furnace maintenance on 2 year old AC Pro unit. Cleaned return grate. Replaced filter with new MERV 16 filter. Measured external static pressure and filter and coil pressure drops and found it to be within the manufacturerâ€™s recommended static pressure. Inspected blower compartment and found the blower wheel to be clean and balanced. Tested resistance of hot surface igniter. Flushed condensate drain with water. Tightened electrical connections. Temperature rise is within limits. While performing the maintenance I noticed the furnace does not have a surge protector installed. Because it wasnâ€™t brought up during the sale I offered Matthew to install it at the install price. At this time he would not like to proceed. Prior to departure I ensured the furnace was operative after my maintenance inspection.
Tested operation of equipment and ordered parts through tech support.
Performed heating maintenance on a 2013 Trane heat pump in Wildomar CA. System is heating really well with a 25 degree split. Filter will be replaced by homeowner. Indoor coils are good and indoor blower is amping in range. The outdoor unit was chemically cleaned. Refrigerant levels were measured and are in range. Condenser motor has started to leak oil. All other components were measured and tested. The condition of the system was discussed with the homeowner. System is operational at this time.
Performed heating maintenance on 10 year old Goodman system. Cycled for heat. Verified proper heating sequence of operations. Ran system through 20 point inspection checklist. Cleaned off blower and burner compartments. Noted any concerns. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure
Arrived for isolation test check -Coil is completely flat of nitrogen -The leak is in the coil and it needs to be replaced -Service deposit was implemented of $400 -Will return January 5th 8-9am arrival to install new coil
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on system. Homeowner states that system was working and heating fine but he tried to change his thermostat and it now doesnâ€™t work. Did put the old thermostat back on but unit still not working. Checked unit electrical and found blown fuse most likely caused by thermostat being changed without turning power off. Replaced fused and homeowner finished thermostat configuration. Cycled system for heat, unit is back up,and running. Recommended to upgrade transformer for new digital thermostat as well as surge protecting unit to protect the board. Indoor fan motor has also lost significant amount of oil. Went over findings and recommendations. Homeowner wants to hold off as unit is working. System is operational upon departure.
20 Point Inspection: 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
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic. Homeowner states system is not heating, and it is blowing cool air fan has not shut off. He did just replace the thermostat, system was already having issues before then. First thing I noticed was fan was set to on position at thermostat. Switched to auto, fan still did not shut off. Went into attic and system was throwing error code for open flame rollout. Reset switch, cycled for heating and unit was unresponsive. Found that homeowner had wired thermostat incorrectly. Rewired thermostat. Unit came on and started heating. Unit heated for a couple mins before locking out on flame rollout once again. Homeowner had almost all upstairs vents closed. Opened all vents. System still has a very bad roll out on top heating chamber causing roll out switch to trip. Verified proper gas pressure. Cleaned heating orifices. System still rolls out when blower kicks on. This can be indication of a cracked heat exchanger causing blower to push air out of the heati
Furnace check up on system, I was here maybe a month ago. I cleaned flame sensor and patched up leak on roof. I was told when I walked through door that system was working. I stayed to make sure no error codes were making system shut off. For hour I was here the system never failed and didnâ€™t have error codes. I did notice five vents were closed at home. I opened the, all up, got a temperature split. Temperature split was in range and house heats great. I showed owner how to use thermostat correctly. Charging for diagnostic only today.
Replaced pressure switch. System operational.
Returned to replace flame sensor. Cycled system. Error codes no longer present. System is fully operational upon departure.
System is completely isolated into 3 sections -Each section has 300 psi of nitrogen -We will be coming back in a few weeks to observe which section is low and which one is leaking
Performed diagnostic. Unit is not heating, displaying error code for failure to ignite. Went into attic and furnace was displaying low flame current.pulled out flame sensor and cleaned off as best possible. Flame sensor is getting weak and would recommend replacing. Ordering new flame sensor, will return to install once part is in. System is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed diag. Replaced pressure inducer switch, wonâ€™t be in Goodman until Friday . System is non operational.
Performed furnace maintenance on 3 year old Goodman unit. Flushed condensate drain with water. Replaced filter with new owner-supplied MERV 16 filter. Inspected blower compartment, found blower wheel to be clean and balanced. Inspected electrical connections. Cleaned flame rod. Tested resistance of hot surface igniter. Tested all safety switches. Temperature rise is normal. Upon departure system is operational.
I came to home for a no heating service. I set thermostat to heating mode and started diagnostic. Furnace turned on and burners ignited. I never got any error codes and had heating on. I recommended a maintenance agreement to stay on top of systems. I began my maintenance on furnace, I cleared pressure switch tube. Blew out all debris out of tubing, I cleared ports on both ends. Cleaned inside and out of furnace with my brush. Deep cleaned the flame sensor because it was caked on with brown corrosion. Filter was replaced by myself last visit.
During my twenty point heating inspection, I started with the thermostat. Giving a call for heating, and going to furnace to start maintenance. Temp rise of 30-60 needed, I got a temp rise of 39. House heats up to designated temperature. 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, no need to be cleaned. Ducting done correctly, and all runs intact. Inducer motor is failing, and leaking oil. System using max amps while furnace is being used of 12 amps. Blower motor is caked on with dirt and debris. Motor is leaking oil, and motor control is reading low. 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 got a temp rise of 42, which is perfect in my temperature rise range.
Performed a heating maintenance on a 2011 amana 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 changed this visit. System was fully operational on time of departure.
When I arrived, I was told furnace didnâ€™t work. Went directly to thermostat and gave a call for heating. The heating turned on, but the whole inside of cabinet was soaked with water. I dried up all wet spots by the burners. I replaced air filter that owner provided. Then I went up to roof and found spots where water came through. Used roof sealant to assure no more flooding in furnace. I let sealant and furnace dry of any water. Closed up furnace and left heating on for owners.
Arrived on site and talked to owner and he believes unit is original to home from 1942. Home is a floor heater. Found unit not operational. Advised we do not work on it so did not perform diagnostic. Spoke to client about itâ€™s not worth putting money into old heater. Client was interested in putting in central air and heater to home as this is a rental property. he did want to have someone come out to go over replacement options. Will be getting Darren out today to go over replacement options today and owner will be there is not local. Charged 29 to client for Dispatch fee. He is aware. Advised if he replaces with us we would credit back dispatch fee today. He is aware. Unit is not operational
During my twenty point heating inspection, I started with the thermostat. Giving a call for heating, and going to furnace to start maintenance. Temp rise of 30-60 needed, I got a temp rise of 51. House heats up to designated temperature. I checked out blower motor of any dirt or debris and itâ€™s clean. Air filter still in good condition, will swap out 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. Went onto AC maintenance next and set my thermostat to cooling mode. 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 (good). Then went onto the furnace and checked furnace cabinet tho
Upon arrival u it was operational and heating. Checked amps they were in range condensation line was clear blower wheel was free of oil. Ducting was fair but not the best. Temp rise was in range .safety switches were functioning properly. Upon departure unit was heating and operational.
During my twenty point heating inspection, 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 41. House heats up to designated temperature. 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, no need to be cleaned. Ducting done correctly, and all runs intact. Inducer motor is working efficiently. House heats good and ready for winter.
Arrived on site to perform heating tune up on 2 2015 lennox units. Both location attic. Client shined up on maintenance plan and used today as her first visit. Cycled both heaters on and both are operational. Client replaced filter a bit ago. Blower motor and wheels are both good. Slight dust. Motor are good. Inducer motor are or good in range. Temperature rise is good on both units. Black flex ducting found. Drain lines are good at this time. All safety switches are operational. No protection on either unit. Cycled both units and went over how units are running and recommendations with client and she is aware and did hold off. Cycled unit to ensure unit is heating upon departure.