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Total Air provides air conditioning, heating, water heater and plumbing services to the residents of Clearwater, FL and the surrounding areas. Read our reviews and find out why your neighbors consider us to be their nearby heating and air company and local plumber in Clearwater, FL.
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Phil - Clearwater, FL 33761
Kristin - Clearwater, FL 33764
Arionna provided excellent and knowledgeable services!
Great Service, Impressive fast response time.
David - Clearwater, FL 33761
What makes Total Air standout from others? The technical skills of their technicians are outstanding. Other companies might say their trained and skilled, but they are not. I was very upset with the last company who serviced my AC. Total air is a one company I will recommend to anyone looking for service or a new AC unit..
Wish I found this company 6 years ago
David - Clearwater, FL 33761
Moved to Florida 6 years ago and have gone from one HVAC company to another. A friend referred me to Total Air, and I am very impressed. Just wish I found this company 6 years ago. They are great and I my searching around for a good HVAC company is complete.
Great Service, Impressive fast response time.
David - Clearwater, FL 33761
Had an issue with my AC called my AC company and something did not seem right. So, a friend said call Total Air. Wish I found this company 6 years ago when i moved to Florida. They are great. The service person was awesome.
William - Clearwater, FL 33762
My AC failed this morning. I called Total Air for service and Wade Hepp arrived around 3:30 this afternoon and quickly traced down some complicated electrical problems both in the Air Handler and on the compressor. Wade had the parts needed on his truck and got everything back running. Wade was extremely courteous and considerate. He even put covers over his shoes when he entered my home. Thank you Wade for the fast and courteous service!
Slattery - Clearwater, FL 33762
A bit pricey, but other than that, very satisfied
Gabbard - Clearwater, FL 33756
Was very informative
Response from Total Air, Inc.:
It was a pleasure serving you and your family. We really appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback and being so open with us.
Mount - Clearwater, FL 33759
As usual Jason displayed great customer service! Arrived on time and had a mask. No complaints here. I don't want to say too much as I know it will go to his head. Also, I didn't get his name but his assistant was exceptional as well.
Response from Total Air, Inc.:
We are so glad to hear that you had a good experience!
Vinson - Clearwater, FL 33762
Diruzza - Clearwater, FL 33767
Amazing response. Great technician. And Tabitha who took the appointment was amazing! I watch 40 condos here on Sand Key. I run into these problems all the time. U will always be my first call from Now on. Thank you! Bernard DiRuzza
Lang - Clearwater, FL 33760
Excellent service from Total Air once again! On time...honest ...knowledgable techs that are always polite and professional.
Searching for Drain line. Upon arrival gained access to under the deck, located drain using nitrogen. Extended drain to outside of the deck. Cleared drain and tested drain multiple times. Drain is working to factory standard.
Performed preventative maintenance Located air handler in attic Inspected and tightened electrical. Inspected blower wheel. Inspected evaporator coil. Inspected uv light. Inspected air handler for biological growth. Cleared drain line and pan. Calibrated and tested thermostat. Cycled heating. Took amperage of heat strip and indoor motor. Cycled cooling. Tested float safety switch. Took temperature difference. Inspected duct work and insulation. Located condenser outback Inspected and tightened electrical. Cleared debris from condenser housing. Rinsed condenser coil. Checked capacitor. Checked refrigerant levels. Took amperage of outdoor motor and compressor. Inspected defrost board. System operating to factory standard
Customer complaint no cool Upon arrival located package unit behind house. Gained access to to electrical section. During inspection found faulty capacitor. Spoke to home owner about replacement customer opted with replacement. Replaced faulty part. Checked refrigerant levels. Took amperage of compressor and outdoor. System is operating to factory standard
Arrived at customers, house for system, blowing warm air in air conditioning mode. On arrival had customer explain to me what was going on. After listening to customer explain how they change their thermostat recently. I went into thermostat programming and found they had their reversing valve in the wrong option. Corrected in thermostat and ran unit. Unit now running properly in cooling mode and heat mode. Confirmed with customer and customer is happy with work performed. Collected payment and signature and left. Thank you for choosing total air!
Complete member tune up. Inspect filter location. Clear drain line out with vacuum. At air handler, inspect electrical components. Test amps and volts. Delta t measures at 20 degrees. Ensure system works properly in all modes. The air handler cabinet is clean. I replaced the Elite Uv bulb and the next replacement date is 3/17/2023. This light ensures bacterial growth does not effect your system. The overflow safety switch is working properly. At condenser checked pressures, temps, amps and volts. The electrical components inside the cabinet are working properly. The compressor and fan motor are running to manufactures specification. The surge protection device is enabled. Left system in good working order. Thank you for choosing Total air!
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival system ran but the compressor did not engage. Found capacitor had failed. Replaced capacitor covered under manufacture warranty. Checked all electronics and motor components. Checked refrigerant pressures. Gave options on preventative maintenance and client declined. System is operating properly at this time. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Water leak Drain line clogged causing water to over flow. Cleared drain line and drain pan. Foun 1 inch common drain line attached to 3/4 in drain with a float switch Reservoir used as a coupling. I do not have 1 in fittings on the truck so I glued the joint to prevent dripping. Home owner aware that this glue may not hold and drain line may need to be rebuilt. Drain line draining normally at this time. Home owner signed up for maintenance program today. Office to schedule first maintenance visit. System cooling and draining normally at this time.
Called out today to perform a precision tune up. Checked all electronics and motor components to ensure equipment is operating within manufacture specifications. Replaced client provided EAC filter. Cleared drain pan, line and vacuumed condensate pump. Pump was covered in algae. Measured the temperature drop across the coil. Outside I removed the fan from the condenser and cleaned the coil from the inside out. Equipment is operating properly at this time. Next visit the supply UV pure air should be replaced. Took 50$ off renewal due to client being unsatisfied of the thoroughness of past maintenance visits. Reminded her of member savings for indoor air quality equipment as well. Client renewed and we will order EAC filters through the manufacture. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival nothing was running. Found a 5 amp blown. There was exposed wires inside the air handler and the condenser cabinet. The blower wheel rattles upon start up. Drain line is clogged. Taped wires and replaced fuse. Compressor was extremely loud and pulling the maximum 15.6 amps. Gave options for repeaters and educated clients on the importance of preventative maintenance. Client declined maintenance agreement. Replaced fuse and capacitor. Clients are fully aware that after the repairs are made the compressor is still failing. Equipment is cooling at this time but due to the age and condition of the equipment the machine can and will fail at any given time. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Smell in ductwork. Found strong smell of decomposition in the duct work going to one of the bedrooms. Homeowner will need to have an exterminator come out to remove the animal and clear the home of any other rodents. After the exterminator has cleared the home, we will need to follow up to assess the damage and quote a repair. If one is not already present, I would highly recommend installing a medical grade uvc system in the central ac system after repairs are done to kill off any left over bacteria in the home. No repairs made at this time.
Customer complaint heat not keeping up. Upon arrival located air handler in Florida room. Unit is a straight cool with a 5kw heat strip. Wire sizing and breaker is correct for a 7.5 kw heat strip. Took supply temp (supply temp is 88 degree supply Temperature) spoke to customer and she would like to replace heat strip and upgrade to a 8kw. Unit is apartment style. Checked supply vents ( master bedroom has no air flow out supply , spare bedroom has minimal air flow and common bathroom has no air flow) duct work is behind sheet rock. Air handler Trane model number:TMM4A0B30S21SAA serial number:161531151M
Customer complaint system not heating. Located package unit in back of the house. Calibrated and tested nest thermostat. Cycled heating. Checked for 24v at pa Kate unit, 24 v was not present. Ohmed out w wire and common found wires have continuity. Took nest thermostat off the wall and jumped out fan, r, w heat strip turned on. Nest thermostat has failed where it will not allow heating function to work. Highly recommend replacing the thermostat. Spoke to customer she declined work. Customer stated fiancé will change the thermostat.
Called out today to perform a precision tune up. Checked all electronics and motor components to ensure equipment is operating within manufacture specifications. Checked filter and cleared drain line. Measured the temperature drop across the coil. Noticed that the underside of the coil is extremely dirty. Gave options for cleanings and uv sterilization. Outside I removed the fan from the condenser and cleaned the coils from the inside out. Offered to add his mini split to his plan for an additional 50$. Performed a maintenance on both units. Vacuumed drain lines clear from outside port. The pure air bulb is due to be replaced. Client would like to hold off I until a better time. Equipment is operating properly at this time. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Called out today to perform a precision tune up.<br> <br> Checked all electronics and motor components to ensure equipment is operating within manufacture specifications.<br> <br> Checked filter and cleared drain line. <br> <br> Noticed that the UV bulb is burnt and past it’s life expectancy of one year.<br> <br> Outside I removed the fan from the condenser and cleaned the coil from the inside out.<br> <br> Vacuumed drain line clear from outside port.<br> <br> I noticed that the contactor was buzzing when energized due to being pitted at the coil.<br> <br> Gave options for repairs and preventative maintenance.<br> <br> Replaced UV bulb and contactor. Cycled system before departure.<br> <br> There is one more visit remaining on this years maintenance agreement.<br> <br> Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Mini split no cool. <br> <br> Homeowner had off brand mini split recently installed into garage by a family member. While testing, I found system pumping down to 0 psi on the vapor side. Located closed king valve causing pump down. I opened the valve and adjusted pressure with 1 lb 410 a. System is now cooling. <br> <br> I spoke with home owner about the off brand system. He understands that with todays repair we do not assume any responsibility if the system leaks or has any other issues. Furthers more, if the system has a part failure, we will be unable to repair the system or order parts as the parts are not available through standard supply companies. <br> <br> System happy with outcome and will contact us if he would like to sign up for our maintenance program for his standard central ac system.
Customer complaint no heat <br> <br> Upon arrival located condenser on side of house.<br> Cycled heating . Checked refrigerant levels . System is completely out of Freon unit is a r22 refrigerant. Oil residue by the compressor and reversing valve .<br> Gave customer quote on leak search customer declined due to age and having r22 refrigerant.<br> Customer would like quote on replacement.<br> Customer is interested in nest thermostat.
Zinsco 40 amp thin breaker <br> <br> <br> <br> Changed breaker for air handler to 40 amp. Ran unit in heat mode and got proper amp draw. Showed work to customer and customer is happy. Collected payment and signature and left.
Customer concerned about unit not heating properly. The main breaker keeps shutting down and tripping the breaker. Checked blower motor operation and inspected heater heat strip. The heat strip is 8 kw @ 36 amps. The breaker is undersized 30 amp and needs to be larger to 40 amp breaker. Needs a 40 amp Zinsco breaker in air handler sub panel. I have removed the heat low voltage wire to keep unit heating and running. Needs 40 amp slim Zinsco breaker replacement in sub panel near air handler unit.
Called out today to install UV sterilization kit. Mounted ballast and placed bulb in between the coil and blower wheel. Educated client on the maintenance of replacing the bulb once a year. Also this kit can be moved to a new machine. Equipment is operating properly at this time. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Warranty Heat Strip. Replaced warranty heat strip Tested operations found breaker has gone bad and over heating. Spoke to customer he declined replacing breaker, stated he would replace it himself.
Warranty Defrost Board Installed new defrost board and contactor.
Performed preventative maintenance. Located air handler in closet. Calibrated and tested thermostat. Cleared drain line and condensate pan. Inspected and tightened electrical. Cycled heating. Took amperage of indoor fan and heat strip. Inspected evaporator coil. UV element needed to be replaced, replaced UV element. Cycled cooling. Took temperature difference. Located condenser on roof. Inspected and tightened electrical. Checked refrigerant levels. Took amperage of compressor and outdoor fan (during inspection found compressor under amping). Checked capacitor. Cleared debris from condenser housing. Inspected surge protector. Recommend hard start kit, spoke to customer. Customer declined. System operating to factory standard
Maintenance 1 Completed Maintenance on a heat pump split system. Checked all electrical components for proper volts and Amp draw. All components are within factory spec. Replaced warranty capacitor. Back up heater tested OK. Cleared drain line. System pressures and temperatures are correct. The system does not appear to have lost any refrigerant since our last visit. Found heavy bio growth in the air handler. I discussed uvc light and eac filter options. She will contact us when she would like to move forward.
Upon arrival customer told me the heat keeps tripping the breaker. I turned the heat on and the fan would come on. Then once the heat contactor pulled in it would trip the breaker. I found a bad 8KW heat strip. Please call with availability and if under warranty.
Upon arrival customer told me he turned the ac on Monday or Tuesday and tried to turn on the heat Yesterday and nothing came on. I went to the condenser and had 24 volts threw R and C Calling for cooling I had 24v threw Y and C but nothing pulling in the contactor. Calling for heating I 24 Volts threw O and C but nothing pulling in the contactor. I checked the 2 wires coming from the board to each side going to the contactor and I don’t have 24 volts. I pushed the pins on the board and no change I found a bad defrost board. Please look up to see if it is under warranty and price and Availability.