41638 Eastman Dr. Suite B
Murrieta, CA 92562
(888) 659-2665

Local Reviews
for san marcos, ca

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 22 customer reviews

Awesome Technician.

Hats off to George - top technician. Conscientious, great explainer ,should be valued employee.

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Great service

On time, informative.

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The service Jorge offered was great. Very straight forward and clear

I like cool air solutions that is why I went back to them.

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Cool air solutions re: Michael

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Great service call

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Great Service

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Great crew! from sales to install to service

I found your staff for sales install and service to be thorough, conscientious, and professional, the installers did a nice clean installation.

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Great

He was very nice friendly efficient knowledgeable I had no problem whatsoever with him

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Great

Very well very informative very kind

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Quick service all good

Luis found the problem, fixed it!

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Job Locations
for san marcos, ca

Victor V.

Victor V. Job Checkin

After Lennox rebate total $14,037.00


Jorge C.

Jorge C. Job Checkin

Arrived on site to perform Fau maint on 30 year old Payne furnace. Cycled system for heat. Verified proper heating sequence of operations. Tested and verified heating components. Indoor blower motor is in good condition, appears to have been replaced at some point. Blower wheel is dirty and rusted out. Temperature rise across heat exchanger is above rated system limit. Temperature rise is rated for 30-60 degrees, system rise currently at 65 degrees. Pulled off burner cover to inspect burners and found that all dimples are separated on heat exchanger chambers. Went over this information with homeowner and advised what the possible concerns are, and informed that water testing the heat exchanger was the only accurate way to ensure that it is not compromised. With homeowner approval, went ahead and water tested heat exchanger. Heat exchanger failed water test, and has a crack in the middle chamber where water is leaking through. Verified findingS with field supervisor. Heat exchanger is c


Jorge C.

Jorge C. Job Checkin

Arrived on site to perform Fau maintenance on 15 year old trane system. Cycled system for heating. Verified proper heating sequence of operations. Temperature rise across heat exchanger is within allowed range for unit. Indoor blower wheel is slightly dirty. Indoor blower motor amp draws are within range and secondary motor control is within range. Tested and verified heating safeties and components, all check good. Pulled blower motor to inspect heat exchanger. Replaced both 1 inch filters. Gas line does not have a sediment trap before it goes into the valve. Also noticed that condensation lines do not have any condensation safety switches on either primary or secondary line. Furnace is sitting on wooden 2x4 stands instead of metal stands. Went over all findings and recommendations with homeowner. Cycled system, system is fully operational upon departure.


Jorge C.

Jorge C. Job Checkin

Performed diagnostic on 18 year old unit. Homeowner states that his heating and cooling system are working perfectly fine and his not had any issues. Cycled system for heating. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Temperature rise across heat exchanger is at lower level of allowed range and is good. Static pressure slightly high on supply side. Master bedroom duct is extremely kinked and very restricted the way they strapped it up. Blower wheel is starting to accumulate dust and is getting dirty. This can throw the wheel off balance as well as added stress to the indoor motor. Pulled out indoor motor to take a look at heat exchanger. Some chambers do have hot spots that can be concerning in the future. Gas line does not have a sediment trap before entering furnace. System also does not have any condensation safety switches on any of the drain lines. Overall system is of older age and is starting to show its wear and tear. Went over findings and recommendations with hom


Jimmy P.

Jimmy P. Job Checkin

Performed furnace maintenance on 2006 carrier system. Upon my maintenance guy came across a few points to concerns that were addressed with Ms. Judy. 1. Found that airflow was very restricted creating a 0.90 static pressure. This can cause complications for the heat exchanger when getting too hot. 2. found that flame sensor was a very bad condition and discolored, Component is responsible for sensing flame 3. Hot surface igniter it’s beginning to burn out and develop multiple hotspots 4. Recommended pulling heat exchanger due to high static pressure although customer would like to hold off for the moment and schedule a different day for that.


Jorge C.

Jorge C. Job Checkin

Performed diagnostic on 20 year old furnace. Homeowner states that furnace is not heating well. They had a guy come out for an AC maintenance in the summer time and he told them that their system was old and unsafe To use, and that they should just replace it. Homeowner called us out today for a second opinion. Had homeowner cycle the system for heat. Furnace kicked on and started heating. Took temperature rise and static pressure and both were high. After about 5 minutes of running the system shuts off And then reignites again after a couple minutes, meaning that system is getting too hot and short cycling. This is why it is not heating well due to half of the time that it is running the flames are off and it is not heating. Also performed safety inspection to verify what homeowners were told on maintenance visit which was done by a different company. Pulled blower wheel off to inspect heat exchanger. Found a number of very concerning hot spots, with one in particular on top of the fi


Jamie G.

Jamie G. Job Checkin

Arrived on site to perform combo tune up on a 2002 Bryant condenser and a 1984 Intertherm furnace. Condenser located on side of house. Furnace and evaporator coil located in laundry room closet. Client stated no issues just would like to get system inspected and evaluated. Advised client I’d be inspecting both units. Checking electrical compartment and components on both units. As well check system operation and efficiency. Advised client the summary of findings are as followed. Condenser 1. 2002 Bryant condenser. 2. Washed unit inside and out unit dirty from lack of maintenance in past years. 3. Found fan motor is leaking oil down motor shaft from over working and age. Fan motor is pulling max amp and reason why fan motor is leaking oil at this time. Advised fan motor could fail in future due to conditions and how it’s operating 4. Inspected Electrical compartment and found some repairs done in past. As well found Some wired burnt up from last time system was down. Advised if


Jimmy P.

Jimmy P. Job Checkin

Performed AC On 30 year old condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I found that the outdoor condensing fan motor was no longer spinning. 2.5 ton condenser- 1. Found that Universal condenser fan motor windings have failed, and Bearing is leaking oil. 2. High voltage relay contained pitting on contact points 3. Secondary motor control for compressor was weak rating at 37.35. 4. Single run capacitor for universal fan motor was not weak rating 4.9 5. System contained R22 refrigerant which was completely phased out January 1, 2020. Recommendations- 1. Replace condenser fan motor for a second time 2. Replace secondary motor control for compressor due to it being weak


Jose C.

Jose C. Job Checkin

Financing available 18 months 0% interest or 6.9% with no pre payment penalties


Jorge C.

Jorge C. Job Checkin

O/T. Maintenance. Found system operational upon arrival. Customer did not have filter available to replace. Checked furnace. Inducer within range. Temp rise ok at this time. Static pressure high. Customer just had HOME WARRANTY contractor replace evaporator coil. Customer had concern it was not installed right. Said the coil leaked water into hallway and that contractor is not taking responsibility. Coil doesn’t not have straps attached to level out and primary line be restricted. Drain pan is rusting out and is filled with water. Recommend to call contractor back to warranty his work. Gas pressure ok. Limits and switches operational at this time. Flame sensor has build up. Ignitor ok. Motor control is still within range at this time. Blower motor amps within range. Heat exchanger is showing hot spots but no visible cracks at this time. Unit operational upon departure.


Jorge C.

Jorge C. Job Checkin

Estimate to relocate condenser. Would be relocating from one side of home to the other side. Would require new lineset coming down opposite side of home. Also includes New low voltage as well as high voltage power moved over to the other side. Emailing estimate to Matthew.


Jorge C.

Jorge C. Job Checkin

WARRANTY. Customer is concerned that system runs and cools way past cooling set point. Was sent with an S30 communicating thermostat but system is a single stage system with an M30. Checked settings and called tech support. Adjusted feels like setting to compensate for humidity. Also sealed area near wire penetration. Customer will try this out and let us know if the problem persists after this. Checked temperature accuracy and it was +/- 1 degree. Unit operational upon departure.


Michael P.

Michael P. Job Checkin

Replaced defective battery cap and burnt connection


Michael P.

Michael P. Job Checkin

Inspected the system for faults


Michael P.

Michael P. Job Checkin

Inspected system for faults and replaced component