Air Conditioning Repair Pinellas Park FL
We understand how crucial it is to have your AC working at full capacity to give you the most comfortable environment. That’s why AC repair is a serious business and having a perfectly functioning Air Conditioner is so important. No matter how you may try to prevent any issues, it is bound to happen…There is no need to worry. Total Air Inc. provides expert Air Conditioner Tune-ups, AC preventative maintenance, and Air Conditioning Service and AC repair in Pinellas Park, FL and surrounding areas at an affordable rate.
Pinellas Park Air Conditioning Repair Experts
When the Florida heat pumps up, the last thing you need is for your air conditioning system to stop working. Sometimes your AC will act up and when it does, you can count on the quick and dependable AC Repair Service from Total Air Inc. We understand the importance of a fully functioning Air Conditioner and make your AC concerns a top priority.
At Total Air Inc. we are committed to keeping our customers in Pinellas Park and throughout the Pinellas Park area, cool and comfortable. Our experienced and highly trained HVAC technicians will provide the prompt, high quality air conditioning repair service needed to get your air conditioning systems up and running smoothly.
If your Air Conditioning unit is blowing hot air, making strange rattling sounds, or won’t turn on at all, give us a call here at Total Air Inc., (727) 822-7700. We will be there to solve any of your Air Conditioning problems. When it comes to Florida heat, AC Repair is crucial for any situation, large or small.
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Briggs - Pinellas Park, FL
Good service, explained a lot. Unfortunately couldn’t help with air because of bad compressor. So it’s July, holiday, and weekend and we have no air, so it is hard to rate a great experience.
Merritt - Pinellas Park, FL
Very nice job and quick. Very satisfied
Great and efficient service.
Null - Pinellas Park, FL
I will recommend Total Air in a heartbeat 💓.
Professional service. Knowledgeable installation. Much helpful information.
Dolniak - Pinellas Park, FL
Upon arrival performed maintenance. Inspected systems electrical components, coils, pressures, and filters. Cleared drain line. Found that the start capacitor had corrosion on it and the dual run capacitor was reading weak. Recommended on replacing both parts, she will discuss with her parnter and reach back out to us on these items. UV light is working. Signed up for a membership and used today as visit number 1. Left system in good working order.
Upon arrival found drain line clogged. Cleared line with vacuum and nitrogen blown through the line. Tested to insure drain was good before departure. Told him about the Evaporator coil being slightly dirty. Left system in working order.
At this time I didnâ€™t catch the blower turning on/off intermittently. Itâ€™s a Ecm motor which the module could be failing. A surge could of caused this. The evap coil needs a clean in place. I recommend on installing a surge protector at condenser from surges and voltage fluctuations. Mark will like to move forward on blower motor for air handler and chemical clean on evap coil. Mark will think about the surge protector. I vacuumed drain line... The office will reach out to schedule appointment. .
Found system operating upon arrival. Found error code stating system lost hi voltage and it dropped below 175 vac. Cycled and inspected equipment. Left system in good working order for now. Recommend: 2-surge protectors for outdoor condensers to help with power fluctuations and surges. Customer declined surge protectors at this time.
Performed complete tune up on AC system. Checked all electrical components, pressures, coils, filter and cleared drain line. System was low on refrigerant so with customer approval we added 2lbs of 410a from jug #147. Left system with 18 degree Split but refrigerant levels will need to be monitored upon next visit. Left system in good working condition.
Cycled and inspected equipment. Found system low on R-410a causing error codes. Also found liquid drier leaking at condenser. Recommend: new liquid drier and adding 4 lbs R-410a. Was not able to complete due to inclement weather. Rescheduled for tomorrow morning. Installed a new filter drier and 5 lbs R-410a. Cycled and inspected equipment. Left system in good working order. Also found filter slightly dirty. Customer stated she will replace 20x22x1.
I inspected the ductwork as much as I had crawl room. There is no masyic on any connections. The supply grills in the floor are sweating. The customer wants to add a supply in the bathroom and her bedroom. I recommend we seal up all supplies with mastic and tape. Also insulate each grill with foam tape . We will need a small guy to go under and inspect where I couldn't get to. I signed the customer to our maintenance program. So we need schedule a tune up asap.
Upon arrival performed maintenance. Inspected all electrical components, coils, pressures, and filter. Cleared drain line. Found the system low on refrigerant. Weighed in 1 pounds of r-427a refrigerant. Recommended on installing a surge protector to help control the dirty voltage going to the system, we did not move forward at this time. Left system in good working order.
Upon arrival found that the compressor had failed due to LRA. I tried to jump start it with higher mfd and start cap but unsuccessfully. Gave two options to my customer, replace the compressor or the entire system. Customer is interested in a system replacement. Left system off.
I cycled and monitored the system and found it was a little low on refrigerant. I added 1 lb of R410A, cycled for proper pressures and temperatures and left the system in good running order. I didnâ€™t charge a service call fee due to we just performed a tune up.
Upon arrival found the system completely out of refrigerant. System is almost 10 years old and in poor condition. Evaporator coil is completely impacted. I recommended charging the system to get her going if she can't wait till Monday to perform a full leak search. Based one the age of the system and the leak I told her that a system replacement may be a better option that provides the most value for her money. She moved forward with me charging her system. When adding refrigerant heard the refrigerant leak, refrigerant is leaking at the electrical terminal of the compressor. Recommendations 1- I highly recommend replacing the system. 2 - If customer declines a system replacement and would like repairs instead, the compressor and the electrical terminal needs to be replaced. There is no way to know if there is further damage to the unit.
We found multiple issues with the system. The evaporator coil is dirty and restricted causing the system to freeze up. Tenant ran the fan for it to thaw out. The condenser coil is dirty and restricted causing the system to run on a high head pressure (425 +). I called Doug and informed him the evaporator coil needs to be pulled, cleaned and the condenser coil needs to be chemical cleaned and then a proper check on the system. I gave him the quote for repairs and informed him of financing options also TAP senior membership because the system really needs to have proper maintenance. He will think about and let us know. ***Note*** The airhandler is located in a closet with a bifold door. Itâ€™s difficult to take the door off and it needs to be removed for the evaporator coil pull and clean. The tenant is aware of this.
Inspected the system and the evaporator coil is dirty and also some of the copper distribution tubing are missing. This looks irregular. The system is running on a high head pressure and low suction. I informed the customer we will contact the manufacturer about this situation and let him know something tomorrow. Probably replace the evaporator coil and the txv. I left the system running and cooling.
When I arrived system was cooling and the symptom was not present, also was storming outside couldn't perform proper service. Told customer to call us if symptom presents it self again. Returned and found that the system was extremely overcharged. Recovered 3 lbs and got the system pressures up to spec. Noticed air leaks at the supply plenum and duct work. Also the house has only one return and has additions to it. I allowed the system to run for a while, my delta T is 20 degrees and pressure are good with proper super heat (piston metering). No more symptoms expressed. Cleared the drain, left system running. Note: offered sealing the plenum but declined. Told owner that if issue returns to give us a call and keep system on.
Customer informed me another company came out yesterday and added refrigerant to the system and told her the evaporator coil is leaking. The emergency drain pan was partially full of water due to a restricted drain line and the evaporator coil is dirty. I emptied the drain pan, flushed and cleared the drain line. I Cycled and monitored the system, checked for proper temperatures and pressures. I recommend pull and clean the evaporator coil because the return plenum is very dirty. They will try to clean the return plenum. They will think about us coming back to pull and clean the evaporator coil and purchase a TAP membership. She also asked about financing the work. We can give them a follow up call in a few days. I left the system in good running order.
I checked the unit for any burnt wires and found the electrical compartment was wet. The water was all over the contactor, capacitor, and both boards. I believe the water shorted out the condenser fan motor. I checked the amp draw on all motors and the condenser fan motor is slightly overamping. We will need to insulate the unit so no water gets inside. Also the tape on the dog house came unglued. I turned the unit off and on to make sure it was working properly.
I performed a maintenance. I checked pressures,electrical components and vacuumed drain line twice with cleaner. The system was 3lbs low on 410a, added. There is a dye in the system which tells me that the other company was looking for a refrigerant leak.. the evap coil is dirty. I found the filter sucked up into the air handler. I had to tape filter in for now until they get a new filter. I replaced pitted/ burnt contactor. This system is in poor shape......... can fail anytime........
Unit B: The land lord cleaned drain line and vacuumed secondary pan of water. The air handler is in unit A ( no access). I checked pressures, the system is running on high head pressure. The condenser coil needs a chemical clean.. The land lord will clean coil.
14 SEER Amana Heat Pump System with Variable Speed Air Handler Installed 3 ton 14 sear heat pump with variable speed air handler flush copper flush drain line modified Plenum to fit new air handler replaced 10 inch flex duck work with metal insulated reattached copper pressure test over 400 psi G micron below 500 charge system to factory spec reused customers nest thermostat realigned the bottom of the return stand with duckboardSystem running to factory specs also changed both breakers customer satisfied
I called and stopped by. No answer.. return call: we had the wrong phone number. I called that number twice today. Mark was calling in during the day to see my ETA. The person he was speaking to said mark was next earlier today.. The evap coil was frozen, thawed out by leaving the fan on while I was getting set up and inspecting the system.. I added 3 lbs of 427a. Last year we put in 2 lbs which means the leak is getting larger.. the system is running on high head pressure ( which means the system has high blood pressure) the compressor can fail anytime...I replaced the pitted/ burnt contactor. The system is in bad shape and on its last leg. The air handler is rusted out. The primary pan is rotted out. I cleaned drain line, rust was coming out. I highly recommend on replacing the system. This is a good time to replace before the rebate go away in the summer. Mark will like Bryan to come out to give an estimate and options.
I found the drain line was restricted, cleaned/ flushed drain with cleaner. I replaced pitted/ burnt contactor.
Upon arrival found system wired differently and a rescue motor instead of a factory motor. We bipassed the control board and the fan relay for the system to cool tonight. We need to reach out in the morning to get Bryan out and give a quote on a new system. Left system in working order.
Upon arrival performed maintenance. Inspected electrical components, coils, pressures, and filter. Cleared drain line. Evaporator Coil needs to be cleaned and can be cleaned in place. Inside the air handler has a lot of biological growth. The blower housing would need to be pulled and cleaned as well as the housing of the air handler needing to be sanitized and offered the pure air x UV light. The 40 amp contactor at the condenser is pitted and burnt and can fail at anytime. Gave different options and also talked about system replacement. Offered Bryan to come out for a free estimate. There is a 11am-1pm arrival time for him. Signed up for the membership and wanted to use this visit as the first tune up. Left system in working order.
I Inspected the condenser and found a dead lizard behind the control board causing the unit to go off line. I removed the dead lizard and inspected the control board for any damaged. No damage found. I turned on the unit. I cycled and monitored the system and let it run for about 30 minutes with no issues. I checked for proper voltage, amps, pressures and temperatures. I left the system in good running order. Only a service charge (per Jason).
We replaced one 7" supply, hung it and sealed it. We patched all the torn flex and sealed it all. I loaded all my pictures to service titan and left both systems in proper working condition.