Air Conditioning Repair In Gulfport, FL
If your air conditioner is no longer keeping your home cool, save yourself the headache and give Total Air Inc. of St. Pete a call. We have been providing service, maintenance and AC repair in Gulfport, FL since 2003.
We Specialize In Not Only Repairs But Also:
We hold our technicians to a high standard of service and courtesy. We know the last thing you want to do during a hot summer is call an air conditioning repair company, so we can promise you will be greeted by a friendly, focused expert. We offer 24/7 service and will fix your AC on your schedule. We have some of the most experienced HVAC specialists in the area, so you can rest assured you are in good hands with Total Air. Our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee proves this!
Unbeatable AC Service Prices
We understand that the nature of AC emergencies is they are unexpected. And often this is not because of anything you did. No one in the Gulfport area should be expected to pay outlandish prices for something as unpredictable as air conditioning repair! At Total Air, we offer highly competitive pricing on our services. We are also able to offer a variety of different financing options (with approved credit) through our relationship with Wells Fargo. Additionally, our experts are extremely knowledgeable in maintenance techniques and tricks that can help you cut back on your need for repairs, which keeps your bill down.
Things To Consider Before AC Repair
Sometimes the trickiest aspect of air conditioning repair is deciding whether or not you actually need it. We are here whenever you may need us, so it is important you know when to call. Here are a few of the telltale signs you should contact your Gulfport AC repair professional.
- Your energy bills are climbing, and you can’t figure out why. While an HVAC unit may still be running, its energy efficiency can rapidly deteriorate over time.
- Different rooms or areas of your home are hotter or colder than the rest. An air conditioner that is working properly should be able to heat every corner of your house.
- You find yourself dusting more frequently than you used to. If your AC has a leaky duct, it could be clogging up your home with dust and debris.
If you find yourself experiencing any of these oddities, don’t hesitate to let Total Air handle your air conditioning repair needs. We can bring your home from hot and stuffy to cool and clean in no time. Our respectful technicians will perform whatever service your home requires with a smile on their faces and at an affordable price.
Call us at any time at (727) 822-7700 for a free second opinion or estimate.
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Our Reviews by City
Great service as always
Moseley - Gulfport, FL 33707
Technician on time, serviced our system and explained his findings with us. Tech was knowledgeable, professional and courteous.
Karin - Gulfport, FL 33707
Excellent And Professional Service
Weinberger - Gulfport, FL 33707
Arionna is an outstanding representative for Total Air! I received the exact information I needed to make a wise choice in my property purchase! I highly recommend Total Air to everyone I meet; and, Arionna made a great impression on not only me; but, also my realtor and members of the building’s Board!
Mortenson - Gulfport, FL 33707
Prompt, good service.
John - Gulfport, FL 33707
Nice job, thanks.
Forde - Gulfport, FL 33707
Kelly - Gulfport, FL 33707
Chris - Gulfport, FL 33707
Got us up to almost $900 before he was done. Called another company to take a look. Said the guy wired the equipment incorrectly and got everything running for just a trip charge. Terrible experience!
Nice, quick service
Darrel - Gulfport, FL 33707
Betty - Gulfport, FL 33707
Jason Dorris is, without question, the best possible representative for your company. He is knowledgeable, personable and courteous. It was a pleasure to do business with him. Hope all your employees are as fine as Jason.
Pat - Gulfport, FL 33707
Great service, very prompt, great technician
Quick and easy service
Andrea - Gulfport, FL 33707
Tech knew right away what the issue was. Fixed in under an hour with a fair price. I signed up for their annual maintainence package as well. These guys are legit.
Arthur - Gulfport, FL 33707
Excellent service and professional appearance Very knowledgeable and courteous
Wonderful service and technician
Ruiz - Gulfport, FL 33707
Great on time and complete
John - Gulfport, FL 33707
Crew was careful; cleaned up well; explained everything clearly
Forde - Gulfport, FL 33707
Yet another great service call from Total Air
Response from Total Air, Inc.:
Thank you so much for taking the time to leave an excellent rating. We really appreciate your business.
Forde - Gulfport, FL 33707
Another great service by Total
Ruiz - Gulfport, FL 33707
Ruiz - Gulfport, FL 33707
Very friendly and professional
Kozlowski - Gulfport, FL 33707
A/C Air handler duct repair
Forde - Gulfport, FL 33707
Another professional job performed by Total Air. Josh and Zac were prompt, courteous (wore their masks at all times), clean and performed the repair professionally.
Great service, fast , efficient !!
Kuplerski - Gulfport, FL 33707
Will use again ! Took 7 years to fix problem and Alex did it in 1 hour !
Top of the line service
Rhodes - Gulfport, FL 33707
My a/c quit working. I called and the came out that same day. Checked system and found blower motor died and order the motor right away and had it delivered asap. Came back the next day and replaced motor and my a/c was back up and running. Great service.
Hillary - Gulfport, FL 33707
These guys did a great job. The price was not bad and I’m very happy with my new ac unit. Thank you.
Forde - Gulfport, FL 33707
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival client stated that the unit runs but won’t cool. Found that the capacitor has failed due to manufacture specifications. Compressor has open windings from overheating. There is no water source available on the roof. A comfort advisor will be out within the hour to give options on machine replacement. System was left in the off position. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Customer complaint no cool Upon arrival asked customer to show me where the equipment is. Customer stated air handlers are hard to get to and would prefer me not to gain access, only wanted me to look at the condenser. Located condenser onside of house. Gained access to electrical section and checked refrigerant levels. During inspection found system low on refrigerant. Spoke to home owner about leak search, home owner declined due to it being to late in the day. Explained to customer I can fill system but it will leak out, customer opted with charging system and seeing what happens. Charged system to factory standard. Took supply temperature from supply grate. Refrigerant levels are to factory standard. Customer has 20 degree split. System operating to factory standard. Highly recommend leak search.
Performed preventative maintenance Located air handler in garage Inspected and tightened electrical. Inspected evaporator coil. Inspected air handler for biological growth. Inspected blower wheel. Cleared drain pan and line. Calibrated and tested thermostat. Cycled heating. Took amperage of indoor motor and heat strip. Cycled cooling. Tested float safety switch. Took temperature difference. Could not inspect duct work due to limited access. Located condenser out back Inspected and tightened electrical. Cleared debris from condenser housing. Rinsed condenser coil. Checked capacitor. Checked refrigerant levels. Took amperage of outdoor motor and compressor. System operating to factory standard.
Replaced faulty warranty compressor. Pressure checked system for leaks. Pulled system to 500 microns. Charged system to factory recommended. Let system run for 15 took temperature difference. Checked amperage of compressor. System operating to factory standard.
Customer complaint no cool Upon arrival checked float switch. Located condenser on side of house. During inspection found outdoor fan running not compressor. Checked capacitor that is ok. Turned unit off ohmed out the compressor had run start and common, checked compressor to ground was not grounded. Took amperage of compressor after turning breaker on found lock rotor amps. Will need to replace compressor under warranty and charge with new refrigerant, will also need to add acid neutralizer into system refrigerant has a fant smell of acid. Will have to return to install warranty compressor.
Customer complaint no cool Cannot access air handler to diagnose due to being in cased in a wall Customer is gonna cut the drywall to get access Follow up 3/2/23 Homeowner cut small access hole in to test motor. Motor is receiving both high and low voltage. Motor is failed. Due to the drywall situation and the size of the blower assembly, the wall and door frame would need to be removed to access and repair the system. For the wall and door frame to be repaired, the system would have to be turned 90 degrees so the access door matches the service panel of the airhandler. With the age, condition of the system, and the cost to spin the unit, I am recommending replacing the system with a possibly smaller air handler/condenser system and install the unit facing the correct direction. This will Update the system and the warranty as well as solve the issue of space and service access for in this closet. A good option could also be a multi head Mitsubishi ductless system. This would remo
Installed warranty compressor. Pulled system to 500 microns, charged system to factory standard. Installed uv light and surge protector. System operating to factory standard
No cool Found blown low voltage fuse causing shutdown of low voltage circuit. Replaced fuse and attempted to recreate the short. I cycled all modes of the system and short did not re occur. Verified all low voltage components were operating normally. Short may have been caused by a power fluctuation in the buildings circuit. Home owner signed up for maintenance program today. Office to schedule first maintenance visit. System operating normally at this time.
Customer complaint system is working intermittently Upon arrival located air handler in attic Checked float switch and drain line no back ups or clogged. Checked electrical in air handler. Calibrated and tested thermostat. Cycled cooling. Located condenser in back of house. Gained access to electrical. Checked for 24v system is calling but tripped on comfort diagnostics with error number 3 open windings. Ohmed out the compressor had run, start and common. Ohmed each leg to ground found grounded windings the reading from each leg to ground was between 4 and 7 Ohmes. Removed outdoor fan cover to gain access to compressor found compressor hot to the touch (internal over load keeps tripping) internal overload has failed, system runs for about 10 min then shuts off. Spoke to home owner about findings he informed me that there was an electrical surge to the left side of the breaker panel that’s where the breaker for the condenser is. Compressors windings are grounded, need to replace warra
Performed preventative maintenance Located air handler in garage Inspected and tightened electrical. Inspected air handler for biological growth. Inspected blower wheel. Inspected evaporator coil. Tested and flushed condensate pump.calibrated and tested thermostat. Cycled heating. Took amperage of indoor motor and heat strip. Cycled cooling. Tested float safety switch. Took temperature difference. Customer asked not to check insulation and duct work since the hatch is in a closet to access attic he stated next maintenance. Located condenser outback Inspected and tightened electrical. Cleared debris from condenser housing. Rinsed condenser coil. Inspected contactor. Checked capacitor. Checked refrigerant levels. Took amperage of compressor and outdoor motor. During inspection found condenser coil is starting to deteriorate, expressed concern to home owner and explained what to watch and look for. Highly recommend uv light and blower wheel cleaning due to biological growth customer sta
Installed all new duck work cut in two brand-new supplies for brand-new returns hooked up all flex lines installed condenser in new location ran brand new 78 3/4 line said to new location with line set cover air handler new location with brand new supply and return flight of the mechanical fasteners in heat shield started system up and charge to factory specs. System operating properly watch customer through how to operate a brand new HVAC system.
Arrived at customers house for system inspection. On arrival customer showed me to air handler Unit of split system. Open cabinet and saw some bio growth. Pointed this out to customer and explained what bio growth was. Also explain how the best permanent solution for this was to get a UV light installed. Gave customer literature. Underneath evaporator coil was clean. No water was seen in overflow reservoir. Float switch currently working. Unit is producing proper delta. T. Next went outside to condenser. First noticed condenser is not equipped with a surge protector. Pointed this out to customer and explained benefits and protection of ours. Opened electric cabinet. All wiring was secured. Tested electric components. Contactor sending proper voltage. Capacitor within acceptable range. Vacuumed out condensate line and heard good. Vacuum at unit. Next chat singlehead ductless split unit. Turns unit on and unit reached proper delta T easily. Blower wheel is clean. Condenser is runnin
Replaced faulty evaporator coil Upon arrival had to pull recovery tank into a vacuum, recovered the refrigerant out of the system. Disassembled air handler to gain access to evaporator coil. Removed old coil. Disassembled coil to get out of attic due to room issue. Put new coil in. Pulled system to 500 microns. Charged system to factory stand. Took temperature difference. System operating to factory standard.
Found system flat out of Freon Upon arrival performed electronic leak search. Disassembled condenser to gain access to condenser coil and copper lines. Performed leak search, no leak is present in condenser coil, compressor, shrader cores and king valve. Gained access to air handler in attic. Took panels off air handler, performed leak search to evaporator coil and line set. During inspection of evaporator coil the electronic leak detector picked up a leak in multiple spots on the evaporator coil. Spoke to home owner on options and explained where leak is. Customer agreed to warranty evaporator coil replacement and new refrigerant. Will need recovery machine and tank to complete the job.
Upon arrival to scheduled maintenance I was shown to an A/H in the attic. Pulled off panel door to inspect all electrical components connections, collect amp draw/voltage readings and check the evap coil for cleanliness. Evaporator coil is clean and pictures are uploaded to ST. All electrical components connections are secure and the electrical readings are within range of factory specifications. This unit is equipped with a UV light system which is functional at this time. I took temperature readings and only had about 15 degrees delta T. Attic insulation levels are very low and I explained to homeowner how that could be increasing the Amount the system runs causing less efficiency and higher power bills. I do suggest insulating the attic to energy star standards to help with the efficiency of the system. Went outside to the C/U to verify refrigerant charge, inspect all electrical components connections, collect electrical readings off equipment and clear the condensate line.
Upon arrival customer shower me an ac unit in the attic that needed tuned up. The evap coil is clean. Cleared the condensate line with shop vac and water. Checked all amps and volts. Found a little microbial growth in the air handler. Recommend a pure air x and customer declined at this time. Went out to the condenser and checked all amps and volt. Also recommend to customer to add a surge protector on the disconnect box to protect the condenser. Customer sign up for Total Air membership program. Thank you for choosing Total Air! Customer would like a comfort advisor to come out. Please call and schedule a appointment.
Customer concerned about unit not cooling properly. Thermostat was replaced by of friendly neighbors. Checked thermostat calibration and filter location. Checked outside condenser unit and located the breaker is tripped in the main panel. Reset breaker and checked unit operation. Unit is cooling well and drains at this time. Checked thermostat in heat customer has approved for the heat mode is working and the system is cooling.
Customer concerned about unit not cooling properly. Checked thermostat calibration and filter location. Checked safety float switch and inspected drain line. Checked outside condenser unit and the fan is only running. Checked electrical components and located the run capacitor is bad and needs to be replaced. Customer has approved for capacitor replacement at this time. Replace capacitor and checked unit operation. Unit is cooling well and running properly.
Arrived at customers house for system inspection. On arrival customer shows me to air handler in closet. Open the cabinet and saw some bio growth. Pointed this out to customer and explained what bio growth was. Explain how a UV light could solve this problem and make sure bio growth cannot return. Created estimate and sent to customer. Underneath evaporator coil was clean. Unit was producing proper delta. T. Condensate pump currently working. No water was seen in float switch reservoir. Next went to condenser. First noticed condenser is not equipped with a surge protector. Suggested customer get one. Explain the benefits of our surge protector and gave customer literature. All wiring was secured. Tested electric components and all components were fine. Contactor sending proper voltage. Capacitor with an acceptable range. talked to customer about a hard start kit. Explain to customer what a hard start kit does and how it protects the run winding of a compressor. Also talked about how
Maintenance Completed maintenance on a heat pump split system. Checked all electrical components for proper volts and amp draw. Found capacitor weak and just below the 6% allowable reading. 40/5 is allowed down to 37.6 and capacitor is reading 37.57. All other electrical components are within factory spec. Electric heat kit tested good. Both fan motors and compressor tested good. System pressures are correct. System temperatures are correct. Drain line clear. Found uv bulb expired. this should be replaced to prevent bio growth growing in the system. I installed a dedicated transformer for the uv bulb to elevate stress on the low voltage control circuit. Homeowner approved capacitor replacement. New 40/5 cap installed and tested. Home owner will contact us when she would like to replace uv bulb or upgrade to a pure x system. System operating normally at this time.
No heat System not running on arrival. Found burnt high voltage wire and bad disconnect not allowing power to the system. Replaced disconnect box and trimmed wires. Cycled system in heat and cool successfully. System operating normally at this time.
Complete membership tune up on (3) AC systems. Central Unit: inspect filter location. Clear and flush drain line with vacuum and cleaner. At air handler, inspect electrical components. Test amps and volts. Delta t is 18 degrees. Ensure system runs properly in all modes. The air handler cabinet is clean. The UV device is functioning properly and the bulb will have to be replaced next year around July. All safety switches are working properly. At condenser checked pressures, temps, amps and volts. Left system in good working order. Living Room Mini Split: wash off reusable filters. Ensure system runs in all modes. Inspect evaporator coil and blower wheel condition. The system is heavily coated in biological growth. I will recommend a pull and clean be performed to restore proper health to the system. I checked temperatures, amps and volts. I cleared out the drain line with the vacuum. Left system in working order. Addition Mini Split System: wash off reusable filters. Ensure system
No heat. Found internal disconnect breaker tripped due to bad heat kit contactor. Replaced contactor and tested system. System pulling factory spec 32 amps with 8 kw heat kit. System is now operating normally again. Home owner signed up for maintenance program today. Office to schedule first visit. Home owner gave permission to discuss account with tenant. (Family member) discussed uvc light system due to tenants concerns of mold/ mildew after some plumbing issues in the home. I am attaching a quote for a uvc system with lifetime equipment warranty. Tenant will further discuss with the homeowner.
No heat Found and repaired short in float switch wiring that was pinched between the front panel and door bracket. Cycled heat and cool modes to insure proper operation. System operating normally at this time. Service call fee waived with repair.
Arrived at customers house for system inspection. On arrival customer showed me to air handler unit. <br> <br> Open cabinet door and inside of unit was clean. Evaporator coil was clean. Motor wheel had minimal debris on it. Float switch. Reservoir had no water in it. Customer is changing filter responsibly.<br> <br> Next went upstairs to condenser. Noticed unit is not equipped with a surge protector. Pointed this out to customer and suggest she get one. Open electric cabinet and all wiring was secured. Tested electric components. Contactor was sending proper voltage. Capacitor within acceptable range. Talk to customer about a hard start. Kit also. Due to unit age. I suggest a hard start kit to better ensure safe start up every time. Customer decided to get hard start kit and surge protector. Installed unit and started off condenser. Condenser started fine. Showed work to customer and customer is happy. Customer lives in a condo. No attic space to check. <br> <br> Gave report to custome