Air Conditioning Repair and Service Near Kenneth City, FL
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Florin (Carlie) - Kenneth City, FL 33709
Arionna is the most kind and caring, knowledgeable AC person, I have ever met! I would definitely recommend her! My AC is back in business!!! Thank you!!
CJS - Kenneth City, FL 33709
Very friendly and personable. Communicated the issues well. Very thorough.
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival system was running but intermittently cooling. Found float switch tripped and a heavily impacted drain pan/coil. Gave options for coil cleanings, capacitor replacement, membership, and drain treatment. Client decided to enroll in our preventative maintenance plan and a drain solve treatment. I checked all electronics and motor components to ensure equipment is operating properly within manufacture specifications. Filter is clean. Evaporator coil needs to be pulled and cleaned. There is a lot of biological growth within the air handler. The blower motor capacitor has failed due to manufacture specifications. Measured the temperature drop across the coil. Checked refrigerant pressures. Performed a drain solve treatment. Allowed chemical to sit for 20 minutes and then flushed four gallons of hot water. Vacuumed clear from outdoor port. Equipment is operating at this time. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
ECM Motor and Module multi 5 speed tap 1/2 hp. Return today to remove faulty indoor blower motor. Replaced bad indoor evaporator motor with new OEM factory warranty evaporator motor. Turn system on and it came on to cool. Suggest maintenance cleaning on evaporator coil and inside of air handler cabinet. I have also included an estimate option for some different indoor air quality to keep your system and the aerial breathing clean.
Indoor fan is not responsive when 24V is applied. There is high voltage present feeding the ECM module, which means the power is there for the motor to do work and the 24 V. It’s also there to send a signal to turn on the motor but the motor is not turning on. The motor and Module needs to be replaced.
Part arriving system was operating and cooling properly and efficiently. Customer stated that on various days between the hours of three and six the unit would shut off for about an hour or maybe sometimes a little less and then come back on and not have any more problems throughout the day or evening. I explain to them that it’s probably a situation where Duke is regulating power due to high power consumption. This is the second customer I’ve had today that has described the same issue.
Indoor and outdoor fan was running but compressor was not running. Adjusted the microfarads of the capacitor on the home terminal and it was out of range. With my recommendation, and at the customers request, I replace both the contactor and the capacitor with a turbo universal 200.
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival air handler was running but the condenser was not. Found breaker tripped. Reset and it tripped instantly. Checked compressor and found it grounded. Only option for repair is compressor replacement. Unfortunately this machine is 25 years old and out of manufacture warranty. Also operates withR22 refrigerant which is no longer manufactured. Left system in same condition as arrival. A comfort advisor will be out to give options for machine replacement. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Customer used coupon. Arrived at customers house for system inspection. On arrival customer showed me to air handler upstairs. Customer informed me air handler seemed at times it was not cooling. Sorry a bit of water in the overflow reservoir. Vacuumed from downstairs and flushed with hot water behind. Got out debris, but did not notice anything too significant. Unit is producing proper delta. T. Customer says unit has not been holding cool lately. After talking with customer about outside conditions. Customer is OK with the fact unit is not holding cold as normal. Checked underneath evaporator coil and underneath evaporator coil is clean. Checked inside cabinet and inside cabinet is clean. Can see some bio growth on foam covering suction line. Suggesting an in-home air quality system. Best to get a system installed before it begins to spread. Next went outside to condenser unit. Notice condenser is not equipped with a surge protector. Suggested customer get one to protect the outsid
Arrived at customers house for Blower motor not working. On arrival customer showed me to thermostat. Turn thermostat to cool mode and turn temperature down. Condenser turned on, fan did not. Confirmed voltage going to fan and voltage was confirmed. Collected data and information of current unit. Will look for compatible motor. This job will take two technicians and approximately three hours. Collected payment and signatures for today’s work and left. Thank you for choosing total air.
Customer concerned about unit not cooling properly. Customer has mentioned the outside condenser unit was making noise. Checked thermostat and inspected condenser unit. Checked refrigerant levels and check test start ups components. Located the outside condenser unit has weak capacitor. Customer has approved for capacitor replacement. The capacitor has been replaced in condenser unit. Unit is cooling well and drains at properly. Thank you for choosing Total Air.
Called out today to drill a hole into drain pan to allow for the float switch to operate. Drilled hole and tested flow. Checked all electronics and motor components to ensure equipment is operating properly within manufacture specifications. Measured the temperature drop across the coil. Checked refrigerant pressures. Added solvent to drain line. Disconnect was just hanging off the condenser. Will recommend to replace. Client would like to enroll in maintenance agreement at a later time. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Called out today due roster leaking from the air handler. Upon arrival I found that the hole was never cut in the drain pan to allow water into emergency float. Tried drain line into wall. There is a bathroom on the other side of the wall. There’s no pvc that runs outside. She will need to call a plumber to snake the drain. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Installed 3 ton Amana, communicating system air handler in attic installed brand new hanging kit brand new drain pan brand new air handler modified supply and return Plenum‘s to match up with unit with mechanical fasteners and heat shield per code flush copper flush drain install the new condensing unit and existing location on brand new mini split pad two of them 8 inches high system held pressure over 400 psi G and vacuum below 500microns upon starting up the system. Walked homeowners through on how to operate. They are brand new HVAC system. Customer has paid balance info via check. Will need to schedule Brandon contractor out to fix up some framing in the attic.
Return to customers home because Jeff saw and felt air coming out of supply vent in the attic. Went up there very minimum holes that I saw. Customer has old dock board runs through the whole attic and would like new ducts ran. Mentioned to customer we won’t do duct till November and they are good with. As I was talking to the customer about the AC they mentioned that they have 2 charge the system every 3 to 4 months. I had to add 1 pound or 410. Customer wants a quote for replacement.
Arrived at customers house for system sweating. On arrival customer showed me supply duct that was sweating. Unit is coming from a 16 x 8 transition that is mastic to a 12 inch duct. Going to another piece of supply duct board. Unit is sweating because it is sending too cold of air through too small of a duct. Will either need to increase the size of the supply duct or create a bigger transition with duct board. Took pictures and got measurements. Will send estimate soon. Talked to customer about tabs plan and customer decided to sign up. Collected payment and signature and left. Thank you for choosing total air! 16x18 1/2 take off box. 12 inch duct sending
Piston Replacement. With filter dryer Pumped down refrigerant to the condenser unit. Installed new filter dryer on liquid line outside condenser unit. In air handler unit replacement the original oem piston in evaporator coil. Adjust drain line and clean vacuumed drain pan and drain line. Flushed drain line with water and primed drain drain line. Nitrogen fill system and search for any leaks on equipment and the copper fittings. No leaks present. Evacuate Vacuumed pump the copper line set to evaporator coil. Released refrigerant and checked in operation. Unit is cooling well and running properly. Unit is draining properly and cooling. Thank you for choosing Totoal Air.
Customer concerned about unit not cooling properly. Upstairs unit Checked blower motor operation and inspected evaporator coil condition. Located the drain pan is clogged and water is over flooded. Strongly recommend to have drain line cleaning and flushed. Checked thermostat calibration and filter location. Customer has replaced the filter. Checked refrigerant levels and check test start up components. The condenser pressure is showing low. The expansion valve is clogged and needs to be replaced. I have estimate for valve replacement. Customer has approved for drain line cleaning. Need to follow up on estimate for valve replacement. Possible not warranty. Icp Model # Fem4p2400al Serial # F184131754
Upon arrival to system no cool, I was shown to a split system that had a blank thermostat. Immediately pulled out float safety switch to see if it was tripped due to a clogged drain. There was no water in the safety reservoir and the float switch is fully functional at this time. Went back to the thermostat and pulled off the wall. Jumped out all system wiring to see if units would run without the thermostat. System ran fine in the cooling mode. This is a failed thermostat. A new thermostat is needed to be able to run the equipment. Installed new T6 Pro programmable thermostat, configured thermostat and cycled the system. System is now running well and consistently in both heating and cooling modes. In the cooling mode, I have a 22 degree delta T temperature split. Ambient temperature in the home is 83 degrees. Spoke to the homeowner about work completed, collected payment/signatures and left. Job complete. Thank you for choosing Total Air!
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival system was running but the compressor was not. Found that the capacitor was swollen. Replaced capacitor and tested all other electronics and motor components. Checked refrigerant pressures to find that the system was low on r22 refrigerant. Evaporator coil was running at 15 degrees. Informed client that the only was to fix this issue is to perform a leak search, pinpoint the leak, fix the leak and then refill the system. R22 refrigerant is no longer manufactured as of January 1st of 2020. We as a company do not use R22 due to price point for our customers. The system is 19 years old and is calling for a costly repair. Even after the repair is made.. the system is still 19 years old and past life expectancy. A comfort advisor will be out tomorrow at 1pm to speak with the clients on options for machine replacement. Left system off at the breaker in the back. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Called out today to perform a precision tune up on a 16 year old machine. Checked all electronics and motor components to ensure equipment is operating properly within manufacture specifications. Checked drier and cleared drain line. Drain pan had sitting water. There is no emergency drain line switch. The secondary pipe just has a piece of tape over the PVC. Recommended adding a float switch to prevent water damage. Measured the temperature drop across the coil. Filter was extremely dirty. Outside I removed the fan from the condenser to find the coil to be completely corroded. Checked refrigerant pressures. Noticed that the contactor is pitted at the coil and buzzing when energized. Cleaned condenser coil. Vacuumed drain line clear from outside port. Gave options for preventative repairs… made client aware that this machine is on its last leg. He is aware that this machine needs to be replaced. He would like a comfort advisor to come out tomorrow morning from 8-10 arriv
Installed 2 ton rudd split system air handler front draw in closet. Modified supply Plenum with mechanical fasteners and heat shield. Installed brand new thermostat modified condenser hanging kit outside hung condenser system health pressure over 400 psi G in a vacuum below 500 µm started system up and charged to factory specs Wired contracting was out and ran a brand new circuit for our condensing unit. Change breakers accordingly installation has been brought up to and is ready for the inspection system is operating to factory spec. Walked homeowner through how to operate their brand new HVAC system customer paid balance in full via check . Job is complete and customer is satisfied.
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival I found the drain line clogged which tripped the float switch. Gave options for a flush and go VS enrolling in preventative maintenance. Client opted to enroll in maintenance agreement. Used today as the first tune up. Checked all electronics and motor components to ensure equipment is operating properly within manufacture specifications. Checked filter and cleared drain line. Measured the temperature drop across the coil. Outside I vacuumed the drain line clear from outside port. Removed the fan from the condenser and cleaned the coil from the inside out. Equipment is operating properly at this time. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Customer complaint no cool Located air handler in attic During inspection found float switch tripped. Cleared drain pan and line multiple times. Tested drain line. Inspected evaporator coil. Took temperature difference. Located condenser outback Checked refrigerant levels. System operating to factory standard
2 ton Straight Cool Split System - Comes with a 10 year part warranty Uninstalled 2 ton straight cool split system and installed new 2 ton Alana split system. Sealed supply Plenum. Hooked up to existing copper electrical and drain line. System is running and cooling at this time
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival system was running but client stated that there was an intermediate issue with the condenser fan. Inspected unit and found that the capacitor was way out of manufacture specifications. Client has lived here for two years and never had maintenance performed on the system. Gave options for enrolling into preventative maintenance plans and repairs. Client chose warranty capacitor and an annual maintenance agreement. Performed first tune up today. Checked all electronics and motor components to ensure equipment is operating properly within manufacture specifications. Tightened all wire connections. Measured the temperature drop across the coil. Cleared drain pan and line. Outside I removed the fan from the condenser and cleaned the coil from the inside out. Vacuumed drain line clear from outside port Equipment is operating properly at this time. Client is aware that warranty is coming to an end. There is one more visit rem
Performed preventative maintenance Located air handler in laundry room Inspected and tightened electrical. Cleared drain pan and line. Inspected evaporator coil. Inspected blower wheel. Inspected uv light (found element fails from power surge when board failed) replaced faulty part. Calibrated and tested thermostat. Gained access to install mode. Cycled heating. Took amperage of indoor motor and heat strip. Cycled cooling. Tested float safety. Took temperature difference. Located condenser onside of house Inspected and tightened electrical. Inspected surge protection. Cleared debris from condenser housing. Rinsed condenser coil. Inspected inverter board. Checked refrigerant levels. Took amperage of outdoor fan and compressor. System operating to factory standard.