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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Lynette - Pinellas Park, FL
Vigue - Pinellas Park, FL
Jason shoots it straight, tells ya what you need and gives you the best options. Glad to have Total Air in my corner!
Jennifer - Pinellas Park, FL
He provided many options. He came on time. He was very professional and nice
Raga - Pinellas Park, FL
The technicians were courteous and did the installation in a timely manner. I am happy you guys were able to accomodate me in such a short period of time. My only complain was when I checked behind the filter after they were gone where the leaking with my old AC happened, it was not cleaned up. I clearly remember when the guy who came and gave me an estimation of the price of the entire unit explained to me what they were supposed to do in the installation and that’s to include cleaning and putting something where the water was dripping with the old unit. When I took out the filter, the basin which was put there by the other technician who came to checked the leakage over a week ago was still in there. I don’t think the installer bother to even check below. It was still so dirty and still damp.
still no air
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
No cool. Compressor o er heating/over amping due to weak capacitor. Installed t200 cap with 5 ear warranty. Cycled system. Customer signed up for maintenance program. The office will need to set appt for her first visit. She would like jeff to do maintenance. Left system cooling at this time.
Upon arrival customer showed me an ac unit that needed to be tuned up. Went to the indoor air handler and checked for proper amps and voltage. Cleared the condensate line with nitrogen and water to the pump then took vinyl off and unused nitrogen to clear the line. The evap coil is clean. Went to the condenser and checked for proper voltage and amps. The capacitor is in good reading
Upon arrival customer told me the ac was not working. I found a bad fuse. After replacing the fuse. The unit would not turn on. I checked the 24 side of the transformer and I had zero. I replaced the transformer and I got power out it now. But the control relay is chattering like crazy. Need to order a control relay. Follow up: found bad thermostat causing system to drop low voltage to the rest of the system. I installed a temporary Honeywell t6 Tstat for cooling now. Customer has a new Tstat being shipped to her home. We are billing for installing the customer's Tstat wgen it arrives and we will remove temporary one at that time. System is now cooling properly. Customer will notify us when new Tstat arrives.
No cool: Compressor and co d fan motor powered but not spinning. Found dead capacitor. Replace with turbo 200 with 5 year warranty. Customer signed up for maintenance program. We will have office schedule first maintenance. System now operating properly
System cooling upon arrival. Found that indoor blower motor wonâ€™t shut off. Even with no low voltage applied to motor it continues to run from the high voltage indicating the ecm module has failed. System is still cooling at this time. Customer said it is having trouble getting all the way down to 72 at heat of day. I noticed that her air filter was extremely clogged and they are doing construction in the bathroom adjacent to the air handler this lack of airflow across the evaporator coil could be the main issue. Customer is getting a filter over the weekend and when we return we will need to put new filter in, new motor, and then check pressures on unit and verify refrigeration is within spec. Left system in good working order at this time.
Upon arrival customer told me the ac was not working. Turned on the test and it came on. Checked the float and the drain it looked clear. Put my gauges on and it was low. Had to add 3 pounds of 427. Hatter doing that the system was cooling with a delta T of 18 degrees. Pulled the cap off the pvc Tee and it was over flowing. Cut the pvc and cleared out with nitrogen and solvent. Could not find out where it drained to. I end up finding it going threw the wall to the garage and and threw the concrete floor. Then popping out in the grass that was buried. I sucked the junk out with shop vac and cleared it more with nitrogen. Also sucked 3 inches of water out of the return. Unit is running. No guarantee that the drain will back up again. Please set up a time for Corey to stop at house to give an estimate. Please send customer copy receipt
Fix supply duct in bedroom Swift Supply Ducks going from mixing box to bedroom from 6in to 8in. Change duck in laundry room from Return to supply. Fully blocked off return duct was coming from. Notice their main return to not be Totally Secure so fix that with mastic tape and new panduit. Collected payment and signatures. Customers very happy.
Amana ASZ14 Heat Pump 2.5 Ton install 2.5 ton 14 seer Amana split system air handler on existing adjustable stand modified just will stand to fit smaller air handler cabinet modified supply Plenum added heat shield mechanical fasteners modified to drain line flushed drain line accordingly ensure drain line was draining properly flush copper condenser on existing pad and new pad on top of old pad platform system held pressure over 400 psi G and vacuum below 500 Âµm started up system and charged to factory spec insured breakers were correct installed brand new Honeywell T6 thermostat installed 16 x 2By one filter started up system and charged to factory spec instructed homeowner of usage on their brand new HVAC system collected payment customer satisfied
Customer pointed out a damp spot on supply duct to bathroom. Not enough moisture to cause dripping or damage. Insulation wrap on metal pipe duct likely 50 plus years old. Customer would like a quote for a full duct change out. Will have Corey set up an appt.
Found not cooling due to being off on float. Vacuumed drain as well as used high pressure nitrogen. Very clogged drain with lots of growth. Cooling properly at this time.
System not cooling due to being low on refrigerant. Customer informed me they have had companies in the past come out and try to find the leak and gas up the unit. Due to age of unit and condition I recommended we move forward with installing a new unit and getting a fresh 10 year warranty for them so they wonâ€™t have the stress of dealing with an older unit. If we do not move forward with a new unit a full system leak search will have to be completed along with the replacement of whichever coil the leak is found in and the coil will not be under warranty. I added 1 pound of refrigerant to the system today so they will be cooling until we can get out here for replacement or for completing a leak search. I informed customer if they move forward with a new unit we will help them with the cost of repairs they paid for today. Left system in good working order. Photos attached are of pressures before and after the addition of refrigerant. The estimate quoted is a rough estimate, is subje
Found not cooling due to failed dual capacitor. Replaced with new turbo 200 capacitor. Checked operation. System cooling properly at this time.
Upon arrival found leaks in supply plenum, recommended having the supply side of system resealed. Customer would like to have Corey out to quote for a new system and to look at the duct work. Left system in working order.
Upon arrival found all supply duct work sweating due being poorly insulated, customer would need to have all duct work replaced. Will need to schedule Corey to come out and quote on replacing all the duct work. Left system in working order.
Installed prelanded thermostat wire from Gernerac generator tied into low voltage cut off in the event of a power surge or call for generator. Tested the system to ensure everything will shut off if the event occurs.
Upon arrival found low voltage wires wired wrong and short in the condenser wire, we need to go back and rewire whole system and rerun condenser thermostat wire.
Upon arrival found drain line clogged. Also found evaporator coil impacted and dual run capacitor was reading extremely weak. We moved forward on clearing the drain line but nothing else. Nick is aware that the dual run capacitor can fail at anytime due to how weak it is reading. Also aware that the evaporator coil being impacted will have a small issue with air flow and might have a water leak due to dripping off coil. There is traces of biological growth inside of the unit as well. Emailed estimates over. Left system in working order.
Bedroom nearest the supply plenum leaking water due to the flex not being connected to the register, the flex is to short to just reconnect so a new flex will have to be installed. 8 inch flex with (2) 8 inch collars would have to be ordered. The area is extremely tight. Poor airflow in the laundry room is due to supply flex in there being hooked up to the return plenum. For this to be fixed it will have to be removed from the return plenum, that hole sealed completely and moved to the backside of the supply plenum with a damper installed. All flex in the attic is leaking and torn due to poor insulation. My recommendation is to move forward with all new ductwork and to combat the issues present right now at that time. Customer would like a seperate quote for a full duct job and a quote for just the supply flex into bedroom and a quote for moving the laundry room supply flex. Left system in same order as arrival just collected service call fee today
Upon arrival replaced blower motor under warranty. Inspected operations after. Left system in working order.
Completed member tune up visit #1. Cycled and inspected equipment. Found bio growth in air handler cabinet and immediate duct work. Also found run capacitor weak, and contactor pitted. Cleaned air handler cabinet and immediate duct work. Installed a new pure air x, run capacitor, and contactor. Left system in good working order for now. Recommend: new equipment due to age and overall condition of equipment.
Defrost control board warranty Installed a new defrost board. Cycled equipment. Left system in good working order.
Replaced evaporator coil. Used piston that was in old system which was a size 51 compared to the 57 that came with the new unit.Made sure it was completely cleaned out before replacing. Held nitrogen in system at 250 psi to verify no leaks in system. Pulled a vaccum to 500 microns and replaced filter drier. Found a lot of oil in the system from whatever caused the evap coil to leak so heavily, blew 2000 psi total through the line set to remove all oil. Put all new refrigerant in and got system to manufacture rated subcool. System cooling at this time. Found compressor slightly overamping and informed customer of this issue at this time. We didnâ€™t do any work to potentially affect the compressor and it could have been in coercion with the evaporator coil blowout.
Amana ASZ14 Heat Pump 2.5 Ton Install 2 1/2 ton 14 seer split system Amana air handler on existing stand removed 5 inch media filter kit modified supply Plenum added heat shield flush copper flush drain modified existing platform for condenser added pad re-leveled insured stretchability of new platform outside system held pressure over 400 psi G and vacuum below 500 Âµm started up system and charged to factory spec walk customer through on how to operate their brand new HVAC system customer paid in full via check insurance system is operating properly job complete
Found not cooling due to system being empty of refrigerant. Advised customer of findings and informed due to system not being under warranty and age and condition of equipment that condemning system and replacing is best option. Office to call and schedule for Corey to come out and give quote and collect diagnostic fee from today. System is not cooling and off at inside breaker.
Removed water from condensate line and from drain pan. After I drained everything I found the system low on refrigerant and found that the evaporator coil was completely blown out and refrigeration was everywhere on the coils. We need to replace the evaporator coil. We need to check tomorrow morning and see if the unit is under warranty and contact the customer.