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, 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 the surrounding areas at an affordable rate. We are also experts at installing new air conditioning systems for when the time comes to replace your unit.
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 HVAC 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.
When it comes to Florida heat, AC repair is crucial for any situation, large or small. If your air conditioning unit is blowing hot air, making strange rattling sounds, or won’t turn on at all, give Total Air a call at (727) 822-7700 . We will be there to solve any of your air conditioning problems. And, best of all, we are available 24/7.
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Our Reviews by City
Richard - Pinellas Park, FL 33781
Cherie - Pinellas Park, FL 33782
Jeff Burgess is one of the nicest, knowledgeable professional I’ve seen in a long time. I highly recommend him
Did not receive the 30 minute Advance phone call notice
Dolniak - Pinellas Park, FL 33781
Response from Total Air, Inc.:
We appreciate your 5 star rating.
Fast, efficient, thorough!
Null - Pinellas Park, FL 33781
Arrived early and it’s Sunday! Listened to me and pinpointed the problem quickly.
Debra - Pinellas Park, FL 33781
You have good people that work for you. Taylor was very caring and Nathanial was fabulous! I really appreciate he great service.
Maryann - Pinellas Park, FL 33782
Technicians arrived on time all very courteous. Hired to install new duc work, they cleaned up afterwards and did a great job.
Great response time
Irine - Pinellas Park, FL 33781
I called for service when they opened, and 20 minutes later the service technician was at my house! Everything went smoothly, the girls in the office are so sweet and the technician was great. Highly reccomended.
Dolniak - Pinellas Park, FL 33781
Quick and Efficient
Lynette - Pinellas Park, FL 33782
Vigue - Pinellas Park, FL 33781
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 33781
He provided many options. He came on time. He was very professional and nice
Raga - Pinellas Park, FL 33781
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 33781
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 33781
Very nice job and quick. Very satisfied
Great and efficient service.
Null - Pinellas Park, FL 33781
I will recommend Total Air in a heartbeat 💓.
Professional service. Knowledgeable installation. Much helpful information.
Dolniak - Pinellas Park, FL 33781
Went to a home near Candy Cane Lane for a full-service AC tune-up. Cleaned the evaporator coil, condensate, and electrical wiring. Upon inspection, I found that the contactor and capacitor were not working properly. I replaced both parts without delay and added a surge protector to safeguard against power surges. The AC unit is now running much more quietly and efficiently.
Performed preventative maintenance Located air handler in closet Upon arrival customer stated that he had his water heater replaced and they took out the drain line (repaired and re built condensate drain) tested drain multiple times no leaks and drain is draining properly. Inspected and tightened electrical. Inspected evaporator coil. Inspected air handler for biological growth. Cleared drain pan and condensate line (condensate line is a shared drain line). Calibrated and tested thermostat. Cycled heating. Took amperage of indoor motor and heat strip. Cycled cooling. Tested lost safety switch. Took temperature difference. Located condenser outback Inspected and tightened electrical. Checked capacitor. Checked refrigerant levels. Cleared debris from condenser housing. Rinsed condenser coil. Took amperage of outdoor motor and compressor. System operating to factory standard.
Complete tune up. Customer signed up for a prime maintenance program and we will use this visit as the first of two. Inspect filter location and spray off reusable filter. Clear drain line out with vacuum. At air handler, inspect electrical components. Test amps and volts. Delta t measures at 24 degrees. Ensure system is working properly in all modes. The evaporator coil is clean. The overflow safety switch is working properly. The duct work is sealed and not leaking. The insulation levels are sufficient. At condenser checked pressures, temps, amps and volts. The compressor and fan motor are running to manufactures specification. The condenser coil is old but clean it is starting to deteriorate slightly. The system is from 2009. The customer is aware that there is not much life left in the system. The goal is for this system to make it to the next year and we will explore replacement options in 2024. Left system in working order. Thank you for choosing Total Air!
Customer concerned about unit not cooling properly. Feels no cool air. Checked ductwork connections and attic insulation. Recommend new attic insulation in attic. I have place an estimate for attic insulation. Checked thermostat calibration and filter location. Checked refrigerant levels and check test start up components. Located the compressor not running. Located the run capacitor is bad and needs to be replaced to run outside compressor. Customer has approved for capacitor replacement. Replace capacitor and checked in operation. Unit is cooling well and drains at this. Recommend new safety surge protector on outside condenser unit to prevent voltage spikes and electrical failure on control board and components. Equipment in the laundry room recommended new uvc light to prevent biological growth in air handler coil and blower wheel.
Customer complaint no cool Upon arrival cycled cooling. Checked refrigerant levels found system more than half out of refrigerant. Had office run serial to see if unit is still under warranty. Visually inspected evaporator coil oil was present on u bends and in drain pan confined leak with electronic sniffer. Gave quote for evaporator coil replacement. Customer would like quote on new unit since original unit was never registered she is also interested in a uv light. Set up comfort advisor to come out.
Follow up visit. Pulled and cleaned blower compartment and blower housing. Installed pure x uvc light system. Tested light and system successfully. System is now sanitized and uv protected.
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival system was running but no cooling. Checked pressures and system is completely empty. We added 1 pound of 410A to the system but did not perform a leak search. Gave options for leak searches, dye and worst case scenarios…. System is 11 years old, out of warranty and has a massive leak. We will have a comfort advisor out tomorrow to give options for machine replacement. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Customer complaint system keeps shutting off. Upon arrival located package unit on side of house and thermostat in hallway. Inspected and calibrated thermostat (found batteries have failed, customer provided AA batteries for thermostat) cycled cooling. Checked refrigerant pressures. Cycled heating. Took temperature difference. Showed customer how to use thermostat customer was never shown. System operating to factory stand.
Box of filters
Noise at condenser. I checked both heat and cool modes and was unable to recreate the noise. System operating normally. Cherie will monitor the system and try to catch the noise if it happens again and video it. Cherie signed up for maintenance program today. Office to set first maintenance 30 days from now so she can monitor the system in the mean time. System operating normally at this time.
Performed preventative maintenance Located air handler in garage Inspected and tightened electrical. Inspected blower wheel. Inspect3d evaporator coil. Inspected air handler for biological growth. Calibrated and tested thermostat. Took amperage of indoor motor and heat strip. Cycled cooling. Tested float safety switch. Took temperature difference. Cleared drain pan and condensate line. Inspected duct work and attic insulation. Located condenser on side of house Inspected and tightened electrical. Checked capacitor. Cleared debris from condenser housing. Checked refrigerant levels. Took amperage of compressor and outdoor motor. System operating to factory standard. Highly recommend blow in insulation. Attic has barely any insulation. Spoke to customer about benefits.
Upon arrival customer told me the heat was not working in the package unit. I have 240at the disconnect box. But when I push on the disconnect box I loose all power at the box. Replaced both contactors and still nothing. Sending another technician Wadeh 1/10/2023m Customer concerned about unit not heating properly. Thermostat is set to heat and nothing is working. Checked main panel breaker and wiring. Checked outside disconnect and wiring connections. Located older disconnect that is in play to the new disconnect and then to the package unit. Pictures taken. Inside the older disconnect is been wired to the new disconnect. Wiring in the home is old aluminum wiring and needs to be updated to copper awg #6. Customer needs a electrician to run new wiring as recommended to prevent wiring damage and drop voltage power.
Complete member tune up. Inspect filter location. Clear and flush drain line with vacuum and cleaner. At air handler, inspect electrical components. Test amps and volts. Delta t measures at 19 degrees. Ensure system operates properly in all modes. The air handler cabinet is clean. The UV device is functioning properly. All safety switches are working properly. At condenser checked pressures, temps, amps and volts. The surge protection device is intact and working properly. The duct work is in good shape. The home has very little insulation. Me and the homeowner talked about this. We will address it in the future. Left system in good working order.
Maintenance 1<br> <br> First maintenance on horizontal conventional split system. Checked all electrical components for proper volts and amp draw. All components are within factory spec. Dual capacitor is slightly low but is still within the 5% tolerance. We will recheck on the next maintenance. Both fan motors and compressor tested good. System pressures are correct. System temperatures are correct. <br> <br> I vacuumed drain line. There is no clean out tee so I was unable to add solvent at this time. <br> <br> System was installed without being inspected. There are some minor issues due to this. The condenser does not have locking caps. The heat kit is undersized at 5kw when a larger one is needed for efficient heating. I spoke with homeowner about this and they rarely use heat. They will let us know if they want to upsize the heater. The uv system is an off brand so I am unable to find the life of the bulb. <br> <br> Found the homes insulation well below the recommended r38 rating
Upon arrival customer told me the ac was not working. I found found a package unit running. Put gauges on the system and it is super low on R22 freon. Customer asked for office to call to set up an appointment for comfort advisor to come out.
Customer complaint no heat or cooling.<br> <br> Upon arrival located the air handler in a closet<br> <br> Gained access to electrical section. Checked high voltage found no high voltage present. Went to breaker panel found faulty breaker. Replaced breaker . <br> Calibrated and tested thermostat. Cycled heating took amperage of indoor motor and heat strip. Cycled cooling. Tested float safety switch. Took temperature difference.<br> <br> Located condenser outback. Checked refrigerant levels. Took amperage of compressor and outdoor motor.<br> <br> System operating to factory standard.
Customer concerned about unit not heating properly. Checked thermostat calibration and filter location. Customer has replaced filter. Checked blower motor operation and inspected equipment cabinet. Test unit heating and heat strip. Unit is working properly and heat is working properly. Checked cooling cycle and temperature split difference. Unit is cooling well and drains at this time. Highly recommend new Taps membership to reduce cost and annual preventative maintenance inspections on air condition unit. Recommend new safety surge protector on condenser unit to help prevent voltage spikes and electrical failure on control board. Customer to choose from estimate provided.
Complete member tune up. Inspect filter location. Clear drain line. Customer is concerned about his wifi thermostat not connecting. I tried to reset the thermostat and enter the network info. He has been having issues with his internet provider. He’s going to look in to this through his provider. If all is okay with the provider we can come back out to further assist. At package unit, inspect electrical components. Test amps and volts. Check temps, pressures. The refrigerant pressures were low. I checked the unit for any oil spots which I found none. The way the refrigerant ports are designed heavy refrigerant loss takes place every time gauges are hooked up. The refrigerant loss could be from this. We added (2) pounds of 410a and will monitor the system. On our next visit we will be able to confirm if there is a Leak. The system is charged to manufacturers specification. Left system in good working order. I talked with customers about benefits of an electronic air filter. I also recom
Arrived at customer's house for a system inspection. On arrival customer showed me upstairs to airhandler. Open air handler and air handler is equipped with a surface UV light. Did not see any bio growth on inside of cabinet. Fan is clean. No water was seen in safety reservoir. Tested float switch and float switch is currently working. Underneath evaporator coil is clean. Pure air uv bulb is still good. Talked with customer about replacing surface light in cabinet with an additional pure air bulb. Need to find upgrade price for this and send estimate. Vacuumed from downstairs and got good vacuum but a lot of drain jelly came out. Suggested to customer he get drained solved treatment. Customer agreed. Apply drain solve and let drain solve sit in condensate line for about 15 minutes. Let out drain solve and much more drain jelly came out. Vacuumed again and poured hot water behind. Again much more drain jelly came out. Flushed once again with warm water. Line now clean. Is what is produ
Upon arrival to scheduled maintenance I was shown to a package unit on the back of the house. Pulled off panel doors to inspect all electrical components connections, collect amp draw/voltage readings as well as inspect the evap coil and blower function. All electrical components connections were tight and all readings were within range of factory specifications. Evap coil was clean and a picture was uploaded to ST. This unit had a delta T split temperature of 20 degrees. The inside of the cabinet is very clean with no biological/microbial growth anywhere to be found. The units Elite UV light is needing replacing. I brought this up to homeowner to ensure the units equipment stays clean and to ensure proper indoor air quality we should change it out. He agreed and we moved forward with installation. Cleared units drain/drain pan with vacuum and ensured drain was properly draining with unit in operation. This unit is not surge protected. I do suggest we install a surge protecto
Complete member tune up. Spoke with customer about any concerns he may have regarding the system. Customer says the unit will not keep up at night and has trouble or will not get down to 76 degrees. Inspect filter. Clear and flush drain line with vacuum. At air handler, inspect electrical components. Test amps and volts. Delta t measures at 14 degrees. A picture of the evaporator coil will be uploaded. The evaporator coil and air handler cabinet have mild bacterial growth inside. At condenser checked pressures, temps, amps and volts. The system is low on refrigerant. I presented options of repair and replacement. Due to the age, condition and cost of repairs I recommended replacing the system. The system has no warranty. I will include options for repair in the invoice. We will need to schedule a comfort advisor to provide an estimate on a new system. Customer would prefer tomorrow (Thursday November 3). For the meantime I charged the system with (1) lb. of 410a to keep our customers
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival client told me that water was leaking from the unit and now the outdoor unit doesn’t come on. Found that there was no power present at the condenser. Found breaker to be halfway tripped. Reset breaker and system instantly tripped it. Checked compressor to find that it is grounded. Gave options for repairs and replacement. Client is aware that we provide financing for the new machine. Interested in adding insulation to the attic as well. System is shut off outside. A comfort consultant will be out tomorrow morning between 8-9 am for system replacement options. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
No cool System heavily frozen on arrival. Failed blower motor is the cause of the freezing. Capacitor tested good and motor is recieving power. Blower control board is buzzing but is sending power. Office to build a repair quote for motor and board. Home owner wants to replace the system. Office is closed for the day. The office will need to contact the home owner after 830 am to set appointment for comfort advisor to quote changing out the system. System down until repair or replaced.
Upon arrival customer told me the ac was frozen yesterday. The unit thawed out. turned unit on and and no indoor fan but went to the roof where the condenser is and the unit is running. Diagnostic a bad blower motor. Quote a blower motor. Customer wants a quote on a new system. Comfort advisor coming out.
Tore out all ductwork and started to reinstall the new ductwork will return tomorrow to continue on working and complete the duct installation Installed ductwork completed awkward insulation hung sealed mastic all duck work started system up and insured system was operating to factory spec upon start up checked all Vince to ensure ovens were blowing properly installation is operating to factory spec customer satisfied we will need to have drywaller out per accident on the job drywall repair in closet Louis is aware