AC Repair For Tampa, FL, Area Homes
Without a trusted local air conditioning service provider, it would be very uncomfortable throughout Tampa's scorching summers. Thanks to Total Air Inc., you will be comfortable all year long by ensuring that your cooling system operates at its best. With decades of experience serving Tampa, FL, you can be sure that our professionals are doing something right. Our commitment to staying current with emerging technology and our top-notch customer support are what enable us to remain in business.
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Air Conditioning and Furnace Installations, Maintenance and Service
As your local neighborhood air conditioning service provider, Total Air focuses on maintaining your system in peak condition so you can stay at a comfortable temperature regardless of the weather outside. Our team will perform a thorough diagnosis of your unit, ensuring your AC works well all year long! We are happy to serve the entire Tampa area, including Westshore, South Tampa and Hyde Park.
We will identify any issues we see as well. We then will offer the best solution to quickly get your house comfortable again.
Your AC system needs our maintenance services to continue operating at its best. The majority of the time, when you least expect it, a unit will break down, leaving you in need of emergency work. You may arrange routine maintenance visits with qualified professionals to check your system and make sure any minor issues will be taken care of in order to avoid dealing with this type of unpleasant situation!
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Ewing - Tampa, FL 33624
Jess was very professional, helpful, knowledgeable, and polite.
Marty - Tampa, FL 33602
After they service our air conditioners, there are always issues afterwards, and they have to come back multiple times.
Ginger - Tampa, FL 33602
This company has continued to come out multiple times for problems and never really fixes anything. They send a different technician every time, and every technician has a different opinion . This has happened many times. I do not recommend them.
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Swengros - Tampa, FL 33647
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Your kind words about our heating and cooling service mean a lot to us. Thanks for leaving such a positive review!
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2 Roof Units replaced - Tampa, FL 33616
We got our 2 A/C Units replace in one day. That is a spectacular feat. They took our old ugly dirty units air handler and roof top compressor units and put in 2 new beautiful units quickly. They were very organized and came on time and even were finished early. They organized a crane company to show up when they needed to hoist the new units up and remove the old off the roof. They also put carpet and hardwood protection down so there was not harm or dirty floors left behind. Very satisfied and it was money well spent.
Melissa - Tampa, FL 33615
First of all the office staff is a breath of Total FRESH Air”…lol. No, but seriously they were calling to update me on the time the tech would arrive & they were SO nice! Then the tech came & thoroughly checked everything. He explained everything along the way & left me with tips on how to keep up my AC unit. The presentation was very excellent.
Tony - Tampa, FL 33609
Customer concerned about unit not cooling properly. Customer has mentioned the thermostat is blank and will start again automatically than turn off again. Checked thermostat calibration and filter location. Customer has replaced filter. Checked blower motor operation and inspected equipment cabinet. Checked safety float switch and inspected drain line. The safety float switch is tripped with water and drain line is clogged and stopped unit from cooling. Checked blower motor operation and inspected evaporator coil condition. The coil is clean and free of debris. The air handler unit has existing elite uv light that is dim and not very luminous. Uv was installed 6/2021. Recommended uv light probe to be replaced and have full effect on germicidal uv light and luminous. Checked refrigerant levels and check test start up components. The capacitor has tested good and refrigerant pressure is working properly. Recommend new safety surge protector on condenser unit to prevent voltage spikes an
Customer noticed staining on the ceiling near where the air handler is above in the attic about 2-3 weeks ago. I visually inspected attic, space above stains and found a 3 to 4 foot portion of exposed uninsulated PVC. Because the PVC is in a horizontal position it is prone to sweat when the attic space is much hotter than the ice cold water flowing through the drain line. There is evidence where the drain line meets the wooden beam of water, stains, and the water stains are directly above the staining in the ceiling. The water followed the path of least resistance about a half a foot away, and dripped down above the ceiling, causing the staining. While visually inspecting the air handler and drain, I also looked inside of the air handler cabinet. The evaporator coil is fairly clean. However, I still suggest some type of indoor air quality unit to help keep the quality of air in the home, and the inside of the air handler and duct clean. I created an estimate for today’s repair with a
Upon arrival to scheduled system maintenance I was shown to a traditional split system located in the bedroom closet. This is a 23y/o system. Opened up the panel doors to inspect all electrical components connections, collect electrical readings off all electrical equipment and check the evaporator coil for cleanliness. Evaporator coil is lightly impacted. Pictures uploaded to ST. I am recommending a clean in place to help ensure proper airflow in the system to avoid potential breakdowns. All electrical components connections are fully secure and all readings are running within range of factory specifications. With the amount of growth built up in the air handler cabinet I am recommending some type of UV purification to avoid this growth buildup. This buildup can cause premature breakdowns in the equipment due to gunking up electrical components, this can also affect the homes, indoor air quality. I added estimates for both UV purification systems we offer to view pricing. Went ou
Upon arrival to quoted system repair I was shown to a C/U on the roof that had very exposed low voltage wiring, and a contactor that was burnt and pitted. Pulled out all old low voltage wiring splices, cut apart and pulled back to get a hold of new wiring, connected back to factory specifications with wire nuts and ensured all wires were secure before electrical taping to ensure all wiring wouldn’t be exposed to the outdoor elements. Replaced the C/U’s high voltage contactor and rewired to factory specifications. Went back down to the indoor unit and put power to the air handler. Started the system up in the cooling mode and verified proper functions. This system is operating well in the cooling mode at this time. I spoke to the homeowner over the phone and collected payment/signatures for todays visit. She mentioned that a different property of hers had just had a duct inspection but she is wanting a second opinion on the state of the duct work. I informed her that the office s
Upon arrival to quoted repair, I was shown to a condensing unit on the side of the house that had a failed compressor. Immediately pulled off electrical panel doors and disconnected power. Recovered all system refrigerant on braze copper lines into the compressor and pulled out the old compressor. Replaced with new OEM compressor bolted down to four corners braised in the suction and discharge side of the copper lines pressure tested the system to 400 psi. The system held with no leaks. I put the system on a vacuum pump and vacuumed down to 500 µm. Added refrigerant back into the system, and started the system in the cooling mode. Upon starting the system needed 2lb R410a refrigerant to get the system back to factory specified pressures. System is now cooling very well and operating with a 23° temperature differential in the cooling mode. System is draining very well at this time. I highly recommend replacing this UV bulb to ensure all components in the A/H stay free of growt
Upon arrival to system no cool, I was shown to a system in the garage that was blowing air but the C/U wouldn’t power on. Upon first inspection I found the C/U breaker to be tripped and when I tried to flip it, it would instantly trip off again. Went to the C/U and pulled the electrical panel to diagnose the issue. The core sense diagnostics is telling me the compressor is shut off on a trip lock. Pulled the start wire and common wire off the unit and flipped the breaker to verify it wasn’t any other components in the system causing it not to run. With the compressor isolated from the system everything runs well and operates without the breaker tripping. Tested the compressor for continuity and had 60 ohms from leg to leg on the compressor. The windings on the inside of the compressor are burnt up and causing the compressor to trip the breaker to not cause more damage to the system. The immediate need to get the system back up and running is changing out the compressor under
Completed maintenance. Evaporator coil was a little dirty so used blue cleaner and hot water with soft bristle brush. Explained to customer that this is an extra charge due to how dirty the coil was. Customer stated they are changing my filters 2 to 3 months at a time. I suggested to get a lower and filter and change every 30 days. Customer also stated that there are health concerns with breathing issues or allergies. I have quoted indoor air quality to help. We will need to add a Plenum piece because the Plenum on top of the air handler is too short to install indoor air quality devices. Checked pressures, amp draw, and capacitance. System is cooling and operating properly at this time. Customer has community drain. Used drain solve and water to ensure drain was completely cleared out.
Arrived at customers house for no cool. On arrival customer showed me to air handle unit. Customer told me unit had froze over. Turned unit on and unit ran fine. Was putting out cool air. Evaperator coil was clean. Filter was clean. Fan was working fine. Went outside to condenser coil. First noticed condenser is not equipped with a surge protector. Customer informed me they have had power outages recently. Suggested they get a surge protector at the condenser definitely and if they feel also necessary, it would not hurt to get one at the air handler. Hooked up gauges and gauges. Showed signs of low Freon. Showed to customer and explained what we were reading on gauges. Suggested we put in Freon. Customer agreed. Added 1 pound of Freon and unit pressures and readings are now looking correct. Show to customer and customer is happy with work performed. Walked through house and confirmed. Unit is blowing cool air. Customer is happy with supply temperatures. Collected payment and signatur
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival the drain line was clogged. Client is still in warranty period of drain solve treatment. Cleared drain line with solvent follwed by two gallons of hot water. Vacuumed clear from outside port. Checked all electronics and motor components to ensure equipment is operating properly within manufacture specification. System is operating properly at this time. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Completed maintenance. Foam cleaned evaporator coil and pulled all of hair and dust out of the fins. Cleaned out primary pan and condensate pump and drain line. Checked temperature differential and had 16° split Checked pressures and found system to be low 1.8 pounds of refrigerant. Added refrigerant into the system and checked temperature differential And now has 19° split. Checked new capacitor and contactor. System is cooling and functioning properly. Peaked inside of attic space and confirm that insulation is good and has good coverage. Also checked over duct at the opening of the attic space. Duct is hard rigid with insulation covering. It is old and out of date and should be re-insulated/or replaced. Customer is going to let us know if the system struggles to maintain temperature after this cleaning and adding refrigerant. System is 10 years old and owners are considering replacement. It was suggested to get a full cleaning before making that decision. As of right now the system
Came out today to install two surge protectors on the train and carrier units outside. They are the only two that did not have surgery protection on them. After installing the search protectors, customer pulled me inside to show me sweating Henz that she had previously paid for to have fixed.She stated that the technician that was there last was supposed to have sealed up the supply vents so that would stop sweating. The supply bin in the master bathroom was covered in condensation. After further inspection and opening up the supply vent, it had never been sealed. Completely sealed all openings around of supply vents and then installed the supply grill back on. Did not charge for this since she was previously charged. Collected for the tubes. All four system Are operating properly. Also all four condensate lines are flowing properly
System is struggling to stay cool in the heat of the day. Upon testing the system found that the evaporator coil could use a good cleaning, also found 45+7.5 capacitor pulling at 19 µF on the compressor side, also found burned and pitted contactor that should be replaced as soon as possible. Went over everything with homeowner and he excepted the repairs. Need to come back and do the maintenance
Upon arrival to system no cool, I was shown to a thermostat on the wall that is having issues reaching the desired temperature around the hottest parts of the day. Went outside to the C/U to put gauges on the system. I found the system to be a little low on R410a refrigerant. Added 1lb R410 refrigerant to system to get back to running pressures. Upon arrival thermostat was satisfied at 74 degrees. After adding refrigerant to the system I had a 19 degree delta T temperature split in the cooling mode. I believe this system is having return airflow issues. All return for this home is going through a single grille cut out in the closet door leading to the A/H unit. During the hottest point of the day the system isn’t getting enough airflow back to properly condition the living space. I highly recommend upsizing the systems return to help the system run under less stress during the hotter points of the day. Switching to a louver door would be the best option but cutting an extra gri
Customer lives in a condo unit in which the drain line runs underneath the ground and the drain line was impacted. I cleared the drain line out observing that I could hear the section of the vacuum from the outside as the vacuum was connected in the inside. Customer is a member which is showing that her membership is active through September 2023, but when setting up the estimate it did not discount the price nor was the service fee correct. I attempted to reach out to dispatch, but did not receive an answer so therefore I collected the 79.95 fee and closed the call out.
Provided an Estimate for HVAC System Tune-Up Service near Westshore. I provided a client with a comprehensive and transparent estimate for annual air conditioning system tune-up services. This estimate covers the detailed inspection, cleaning, and calibration of the HVAC system to ensure optimal performance, energy efficiency, and system longevity. The maintenance service will help keep the air conditioning system running smoothly and provide consistent cooling comfort.
HVAC System Maintenance and Cleaning near Westshore. When I arrived at the client’s home, I performed summertime HVAC system maintenance services on their Carrier air conditioning system. I conducted a meticulous inspection of the ductwork, cleaning the condensate drain line and evaporator coils to remove any dirt or debris that could impede cooling efficiency. Additionally, I carefully assessed the electrical system to ensure safe and reliable operation. By calibrating the system and testing all safety controls, I confirmed that the HVAC system is functioning magnificently and will continue to do so throughout the seasons.
Provided a Quote for HVAC System Maintenance near Westshore. I provided a residential homeowner with a comprehensive and transparent quote for annual HVAC system maintenance services. This quote covers the thorough inspection, cleaning, calibration, and testing of all HVAC system components to ensure optimal performance, energy efficiency, and system longevity. The maintenance service will help to keep the HVAC system in excellent condition, providing reliable heating and cooling comfort throughout the year.
Air Conditioning System Check-Up and Tune-Up near Westshore. Arrived at the client’s residence for the scheduled summertime air conditioning system tune-up, I meticulously evaluated each component of the HVAC system. Starting with a thorough inspection of the ductwork, I checked for leaks, obstructions, or damages that could affect airflow and indoor air quality. I then performed a detailed cleaning of the condensate drain line and evaporator coils, removing accumulated dirt and debris to enhance cooling efficiency. Next, I carefully assessed the electrical system, ensuring safe and reliable operation. By precisely calibrating the system settings and conducting thorough testing of all safety controls, I can assure that the HVAC system is operating optimally, providing efficient cooling and comfort for the client’s home.
Offered an All-Inclusive Quote for HVAC Maintenance Service near Drew Park. I offered a residential client an all-inclusive quote for HVAC maintenance services. This quote covered a thorough inspection, cleaning or replacement of air filters, tightening electrical connections, testing safety controls, and calibration of the thermostat. By providing a comprehensive maintenance service, we ensure the client's HVAC system operates efficiently and reliably.
HVAC System Inspection and Tune-Up near Westshore Palms. I conducted a comprehensive diagnostic evaluation of the client’s HVAC system during the scheduled summertime tune-up service. Inspecting every component, I thoroughly assessed the ductwork system, airflow controls, electrical system, condensate drain line, and evaporator coils. With meticulous attention to detail, I cleaned and optimized each part, ensuring efficient operation and reliable performance. By identifying and addressing any potential issues proactively, the client’s HVAC system is now primed to deliver optimal cooling and heating comfort throughout the year.
Air Conditioning Tune-Up Service near W Alva St. I arrived at the client’s premises for the scheduled summertime air conditioning tune-up service. Conducting a thorough diagnostic evaluation of every component in their HVAC system, I inspected the ductwork system, analyzed airflow controls, assessed the electrical system, cleaned the condensate drain line and evaporator coils, calibrated system settings, and tested safety controls. During the inspection, I discovered a faulty capacitor in the A/C system, which I promptly replaced to ensure optimal cooling throughout the summer. The client can now enjoy a properly functioning air conditioning system that provides comfort and relief from the heat.
HVAC Tune-Up Service near W Fern St. Arrived at the home to conduct a tune-up on the client’s central HVAC system. I began with a thorough inspection of the ductwork system. I meticulously examined joints, seals, and insulation to identify and fix any leaks or gaps that could impact energy efficiency. Next, I analyzed airflow controls and made necessary adjustments to ensure balanced air distribution throughout your residence. Inspecting the electrical system, I tightened connections and replaced worn-out parts to ensure safe and reliable operation. Additionally, I performed a comprehensive cleaning of the condensate drain line and evaporator coils to optimize heat transfer and cooling efficiency. By precisely calibrating system settings and testing safety controls, I confirmed that the HVAC system is operating optimally, providing efficient cooling and heating for the home.
Provided an Estimate for HVAC Tune-Up Service near Orient St. I provided a client with a comprehensive and transparent estimate for annual air conditioning tune-up services. This estimate covers the detailed inspection, cleaning, and calibration of the HVAC system to ensure optimal performance, energy efficiency, and system longevity. The maintenance service will help keep the air conditioning system running smoothly and provide consistent cooling comfort.
Ductless Mini-Split Maintenance Service near N Church Ave. I conducted a comprehensive maintenance service for a ductless mini-split system on a residential property. I inspected and cleaned the indoor and outdoor units, checked refrigerant levels, cleared drainage lines, and tested the system's functionality. I also replaced the air filters and calibrated the thermostat for precise temperature control. The client was delighted with the improved cooling and heating performance of their mini-split system.
HVAC Maintenance Service near N Renellie Dr. When I arrived at the client’s home, I performed summertime HVAC maintenance services on their Carrier air conditioning system. I conducted a meticulous inspection of the ductwork, cleaning the condensate drain line and evaporator coils to remove any dirt or debris that could impede cooling efficiency. Additionally, I carefully assessed the electrical system to ensure safe and reliable operation. By calibrating the system and testing all safety controls, I confirmed that the HVAC system is functioning magnificently and will continue to do so throughout the seasons.