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Total Air provides air conditioning, heating, water heater and plumbing services to the residents of Treasure Island, 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 Treasure Island, FL.
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Nathan’s the best.
Wendy - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Prompt great service
Wendy - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Paige - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Wade was great. Professional and friendly. I give him the highest marks. (I dont do Google, sorry)
Joyce - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Morse - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Change address to be: Margaret Morse 10355 Paradise Blvd #701 (706 no longer owned by me) Treasure Island
Blake - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Excellent service and pricing from start to finish.
Steve - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Ordered a standard service for a system functioning properly and under warranty Tech arrived and found a “bad capacitor”. Stated it required repair and charged hundreds of dollars for the service. Shortly after departure, system started operating inefficiently Next day the system was unable to maintain cool temps during peak usage Called again. They sent out another team who tried to convince me this was coincidental and likely due to the storms. They were unable to complete repairs and said it would likely be between $1500-3500 to fix and would be able to get back on Monday when the parts center was open There were some red flags to me. I called another company for a second opinion. The tech showed up and nothin minutes found the issue. The original tech installed the wrong capacitor and it was damaging my system. Repairs were made and it is now functioning properly. Definitely suspicious
Davidson - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Jason said y’all don’t provide filters when doing semiannual scheduled service. That is unbelievably petty.
Consistent quality service
Davidson - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Jason came when needed and was comprehensive in determining what was wrong with our hvac. I have confidence Total Air will keep our systems running. Thank you.
GS - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Excellent service by Total Air techs! Professional and knowledgeable. Thanks for a job well done!
On time appointment
Morse - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Good service, on time, actually early, advance notice of arrival appreciated.
Timely and friendly
Burroughs - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Nevin has helped us a few times. He is always on time, super-polite and explains everything well.
Very good, thanks
Stoye - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Hewson - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Sergey was terrific. He fixed the drain and was very pleasant to me. A/c System is working fine now
Excellent preventive maintenance!
Roy - Treasure Island, FL 33706
Diagnosed a bad capacitor and replaced it. This a avoided the AC breaking down when cooling becomes important in a few months. Excellent professional services provided by Total Air Inc and their technician. I highly recommend them.
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival there was no power to the thermostat. Found that the door was loose again due to the broken brackets. Retaped and zip tied shut. The door has to be replaced for this to be resolved. Will call the manufacture to get price and timeline for repairs. This is the bottom door of the air handler. System is operating properly at this time. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival the nest wasn’t showing a cooling option. Low voltage was present at the stat but net wouldn’t acknowledge Y. Reset thermostat and system is operating properly. Recommended that client makes a warranty claim with nest. Equipment is operating properly at this time. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Complete evaporator coil replacement. Pressure test system to 400 psi to ensure no leaks. Pull a vacuum on the system to ensure a clean line-set. Start up equipment and ensure proper function of the system. Left system in good working order. Thank you for choosing Total Air!
Customer concerned about unit not cooling properly. Located the safety float is tripped with water. Customer has approved for drain line cleaning. Cleaned and vacuumed drain line and safety float switch. Checked filter location and closed from the bedroom vents. Customer is have construction in the home and the attic is exposed. Attic insulation is poor and recommended to install new attic insulation to help reduce cost on electricity bills and cooling properly. I have place an estimate for attic insulation in attic. Unit is cooling well and drains at this time. Recommend safety surge protector on each condenser to prevent voltage spikes and electrical failure on control board and compressor
Complete no cooling call. After inspection I found a completely frozen system. I suspect the refrigerant levels are low. The air handler cabinet is very dirty so it can also be a restricted coil. We will have to return tomorrow after the system thaws to complete the diagnosis. Customer is also interested in a Pure Air X UV light with free cleaning. I collected a service call fee for tonight and the customers will not be charged again tomorrow. *Office to call customers first thing in the morning for scheduling. Send Nate back.
Complete no cooling call. The latches on the Trane air handler door are broken so the door is held on by tape. The tape adhesive failed and the door swung open. On the opposite side of the door is a power switch. This cut power to the unit rendering it inoperable. I closed the door and sealed it shut with a piece of mastic tape. The door will not open again. I cycled and inspected the equipment for proper operation. Left system in good working order!
Job to perform leak search Located air handler in attic. Gained access to evaporator section. Performed leak search of the evaporator coil and capillary tubes, could not detect refrigerant leak in evaporator coil. Checked refrigerant pressures found system more than half out. Not enough refrigerant in system to detect leak, there is oil spotting in the evaporator coil. Located condenser on side of complex. Gained access to condenser coil and compressor by removing the outdoor fan. Performed leak search of condenser coil (found leak present in condenser coil, condenser coil would have to be replaced, not a repairable leak without replacement of the coil). Continued leak search of compressor and copper lines (no leak present) checked king valves (service valves) and shrader cores ( found leak present in all three shrader cores and liquid line king valve (service valve). Will need to replace king valve (service valve) and 3 shrader cores.
Called out today due to no cooling. Upon arrival client stated that the system can’t keep up and started yesterday. Checked all electronics and motor components. Checked refrigerant pressures outside to find that there is a leak within the system. System is extremely low on 410a refrigerant. Gave options for leak searches from dye, sniffer and sealant. Did not advise to use sealant because the pressures were so low. Pressures indicate a larger leak which is not guaranteed that the sealant will hold. Charged system with a little under 4 pounds of 410A and added easy seal. System is cooling at this time. Home is 81 degrees, she is aware that the temperature will drop at about a degree an hour. Please keep an eye on the temperature. If it starts to struggle and not maintain call us and we will move forward with a leak search. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Called out today due to no cooling. Client stated that he replaced the thermostat and now the system won’t come on. System has correct power. Bypassed thermostat and system ran correctly. Thermostat is bad. Offered to put the original thermostat back on but client is going to go to Home Depot and replace again. Left system with old thermostat on, system is not cooling. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!
Performed preventative maintenance tune up. Checked blower motor operation and inspected evaporator coil condition. Checked safety float switch and inspected drain line. Cleaned and flushed drain line with water. Checked thermostat calibration and filter location. Customer has replaced filter. Checked heating strip amp draw and operation. Heat is working properly. Checked refrigerant levels and check test start up components. Capacitor is good and working correctly. Checked wiring and condenser unit operation. Unit is cooling well and drains at this time. Customer has approved for surge protector and elite uv light.
Start a Mitsubishi mini split installation. We will return tomorrow to complete installation. Installed 9000 BTU Mitsubishi mini split in living room 9000 BTU in dining room 6000 BTU in bedroom it’s not condenser outside and walk bracketing system system produce head pressure over four psi G and vacuum blue 500 µm started system up tested system charge system to factory specs and insured. Dreams and dream pumps were working properly with customer through how to operate a brand new HVAC system customer paid balance info via check job is complete.
Upon arrival to scheduled maintenance I was shown to an A/H unit and C/U located in the outdoor closet. Pulled panel door off A/H unit to inspect all electrical components connections, collect amp draw/voltage readings and check the evap coil. Evap coil is clean and all electrical components connections are secure and all readings are within range of factory specifications. I did notice the beginning of biological growth building up inside the cabinet. I do suggest installing a Pure Air X UV light system to negate all growth and protect the unit’s electrical equipment from damage as well as ensuring proper indoor air quality throughout living space. Homeowner won’t be moving forward at this time. Changed customer supplied filter and cleared drain. Ensured drain was clear and draining properly with system in operation. Pulled door off C/U to properly inspect all electrical components connections, collect electrical readings and certify proper refrigerant charge. All electrical c
Arrived at customers house for system inspection. On arrival customer showed me to air handler system. <br> <br> Opened cabinet door and unit was clean. All wiring was secured. Float switch reservoir had no water in it. Float switch is currently working. Underneath evaporator coil is clean. Customers are concerned about dog smell in the house. Showed customer our IAQ products including our oxidizing system. Gave customer pamphlet and created estimates.<br> <br> Next went outside to condenser. First noticed condenser is not equipped with a surge protector. Pointed this out and explain to customers how a surge protector can protect your condenser unit. Also pointed out with them being so close to water. They are at a higher risk. Open electric cabinet and all wiring was secured. Tested all components. Contactor sending proper voltage. Capacitor within acceptable range. Vacuumed out drain line and heard good. Vacuum at air handler. <br> <br> Gave report to customers and customers were hap
Performed preventative maintenance tune up. Checked blower motor operation and inspected equipment cabinet. Cleaned and rinse filters and exterior plastic. Checked refrigerant levels and check test start up components. Recommend new germicidal uvc mini split light to prevent biological growth in air handler coil. Cleaned vacuumed drain pan and drain line. Recommend pull and clean blower wheel on each mini split unit. Customer has approved for blower wheel cleaning. Removed and cleaned each blower wheel and drain pan. Assemble unit and test operation. Unit is cooling well and drains at this time.
Upon arrival customer told me the ac was not working. The air handler was running and the condenser was. Put gauges on and it is empty. It went into a vacuum. It is old and has R22 Freon. Comfort advisor coming out to give an estimate.
1st floor<br> Upon arrival customer told me the heat was not working. I put my gauges on the system and it showed that it was low on 410A. I was expecting the system to have a leak. I talked to the customer and said we will need to add freon and get the system operating properly. After adding 1 pound of Freon my number did not move. I did more diagnostic and determined that the system does not have a leak. I found that the outdoor TXV is bad. Quoted customer to replace the TXV. I also recommend to customer to get a quote on a new system do to age.
Customer concerned about unit not heating properly. Checked thermostat calibration and filter location. Checked blower motor operation and inspected equipment cabinet. Checked heat sequence and low voltage wiring. Located bad relay sequence and replaced with fan sequence heat relay. Checked in heat and unit is heating properly and filter has been replaced by customer.
Performed preventative maintenance tune up. Checked blower motor operation and inspected evaporator coil condition. Checked safety float switch and inspected drain line. Cleaned vacuumed drain pan and drain line. Prime drain line with water. Checked thermostat calibration and filter location. Customer needs to replace filter. Customer has given me new filter. I have replaced filter in return. Checked test start up components in condenser. Located bad outside disconnect and highly recommended to be replaced with new disconnect and outside safety surge protector on condenser unit to prevent voltage spikes and electrical failure. Located the blower wheel is compacted with biological growth and news to be pulled and cleaned. Highly recommend new germicidal light to prevent biological growth in air handler coil and blower wheel. Customer has approved for rooftop top disconnect and new surge protector.
Performed preventative maintenance tune up. Checked blower motor operation and inspected evaporator coil condition. Checked safety float switch and inspected drain line. Cleaned vacuumed drain pan and drain line. Prime drain line with water and flushed drain line. Checked thermostat calibration and filter location. Customer has replaced filter. Checked refrigerant levels and check test start up components. Recommend new safety surge protector on outside condenser unit to prevent voltage spikes and electrical failure. Located the blower wheel is dirty and needs to be pulled and cleaned. Customer has approved for blower wheel cleaning. Removed and cleaned blower wheel assembly and blower wheel.
No cool Found condensate pump tubing clogged preventing pump from operating. Attempted to clear the tubing with no success. Due to layout of the home, part of the ceiling will need to be cut out to gain access to space where the tubing is. Home owner has some one coming out to cut the drywall. We are to return Wednesday to finish pulling the new drain hose.
Customer recently had a water heater installed. The water heater is in the same room as the air handler. The return duct going to the air handler was in the way of removal of the water heater. The company installing the water heater had to cut a section of the duct board return out. I glued, taped and mastic the duct board back in to place. The return is now sealed. Pictures are uploaded.
Customer concerned about unit not cooling. Checked thermostat calibration and located thermostat error code E1. Checked control board and the board is wet. Tried to dry off. The thermostat is bad and needs to be replaced. Customer has approved for thermostat replacement. Installed new thermostat and checked unit operation. Unit is cooling well and drains at this time.
Complete compressor replacement. Remove all refrigerant from the system. Remove the old compressor and solder it shut. Install the new compressor and properly secure to the base of the unit. Pressure test the system to 300 psi to ensure no leaks. Run a vacuum on the system to ensure a clean line-set. Recharge the system with the recovered refrigerant. Cycle and inspect equipment. Left system in good working order.
Customer concerned about unit not cooling properly. Checked thermostat calibration and filter location. Checked safety float switch and inspected drain line. Checked air handler coil and checked blower motor operation. Located bad uv lights in the air handler coil. Checked outside condenser unit and refrigerant pressure when running. Located low refrigerant charge in condenser unit. The condenser unit showed signs of oils from bottom of condenser unit. I have visible located leaking refrigerant from compressor manufacture fitting in condenser unit. The capacitor is weak and needs to be replaced with new capacitor. Needs the compressor replaced to repair leak in the system. Customer has approved for the compressor replacement and refrigerant added. Highly suggest to have uv lights replaced in air handler unit to prevent any biological growth in air handler coil. Bryant Model # 114cna036 Serial # 3318e27993 For compressor replacement needs recovery tank and machine to replace
Dropped off filters at customers. Customers not currently here. Person working on house had me set the filters in there and signed for filters.