3100 39th Ave North
St. Petersburg, FL 33714
727-822-7700

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 1067 customer reviews

Excellent service!

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Great service

Technician very personable and informative.

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Excellent Service

Angel was great

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Superlative service.

Our experience with Casey, Max, and Anthony installing our mini-split system can only be characterized accurately as one that excelled in customer satisfaction. Casey led his team throughout working efficiently with Anthony and Max to complete the installation. Ann and I were kept informed at all times with the status of the installation; and we were provided with an overview of the system and its operation. As someone who retired from a management career, I’m familiar with those who make a commitment to do their job correctly. Total-Air should be proud to have such exceptional talent on their staff.

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Would definitely recommend them!

Great crew of guys. All polite, respectful, professional and neat. Would definitely use Total Air again because of our installation experience with them.

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Excellent Service! Sha'nya was outstanding!

Sha'nya was incredibly professional, friendly, and extremely knowledgeable. 10 out of 10. I don't usually take survey's but her service is worth it! Thank you

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Mix up

Wade was not at my condo, Jake was.

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Routine service and installation

Great service. Knowledgeable. No major issues. Would recommend

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Excellent Service!! Overall awesome!!

Absolutely awesome. I highly recommend Total Air. Very professional, polite and patient as I ask a lot of questions. Workmanship was high quality. Definitely my AC company!!

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Excellent and timely service

Within two business days they fully replaced my old unit. The new one is great.

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Awesome service!

Mr. Kullman’s work performance was outstanding. He exhibited technical expertise, attention to detail, laser focus. He provided clear explanations and was customer service oriented with a courteous, pleasant manner. He goes above and beyond in every aspect of installation under very demanding circumstances like very hot temperature. Incredible work ethic!

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Outstanding service

Ms. Lunceford exhibits technical expertise, thorough assessment and diagnosis of issues, attention to detail. She provides informative and clear explanations, is customer service oriented and has a pleasant, courteous manner.

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Excellent experience

Arionna was great, friendly, professional & explained the issue & resolution as well as future options! I’m so sorry she was in our attic in a hot day, but definitely appreciate her skill & expertise. No one likes to pay for maintenance on ducts, but necessary & reasonable. Thank you

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Excellent diagnostics

One day turn around to diagnose the (serious) issue. Exploring next steps.

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Job Locations

Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

Materials Added: Turbo 200 capacitor (Warranty Price) Perform system maintenance on 10-year-old unit. Resealed indoor panel, cleared and flushed drain line, checked electrical components, and refrigerant levels. Customer recently had a clogged drain and was able to get it free on his own. Flushed drain line 2 times. It is draining properly however there is still some buildup in the line and estimate has been added to perform a chemical treatment. The outdoor condenser has been bumped by a lawnmower, and there is a kink in the suction line. To fully repair the kink we would have to pump the system down, cut the copper lines move the condenser and re-braze the unit with new copper. Based on the age of the system and how it is performing, I suggest investing that towards a new system. This repair would roughly cost around $1000. The outdoor capacitor was also 9 to 10% below factory range. Turbo 200 is under warranty and was replaced with labor charge only. Left unit working and in ha


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

Concern- no cool. Cause- defective voltage regulator. Correction - I replaced bad voltage regulator for a good one also rinse down condenser coil and measure temperature and pressures and the system is cooling. Recommendations- maintenance contract.


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

Concern- no cool Cause water in the over flow. Correction - I clean and clear drain line and drain pan also use nitrogen to blow out the drain line. Recommendations- replacing float switch and installing a new one with an elbow to be able to adjust float switch level because at the corner in the drain pan that connects to the drain line is building up water and causing water to go in flow switch area the drain is clean.


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

Preformed one unit maintenance, I inspected all electrical components and wiring also connections, measure temperatures and pressures also replaced filters and clean drain line and drain pan also rinse condenser coil with a water hose and adjusted sc by adding two pounds of 410a. Recommendations- coil cleaning in the spot.


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

Concern- frozen coil. Cause- defective blower motor. Correction - non at this time. Recommendations- replacing warranty blower motor. Waiting on warranty confirmation and part availability for schedule blower replacement.


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

When I arrived, the thermostat was set to 74, but reading 82 there was air blowing out of the supply vents , but it was warm. I checked the air handler the float switches. They were dry when I went to inspect the condensing unit the breaker on the condensing unit was tripped. I reset the breaker and the unit kicked back on and it is operating properly at this time.


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

Arrived at this customers house they have a package unit for the downstairs and we just installed the new split system for the upstairs. They were saying that the package unit started having problems yesterday they said it would stop cooling. When I got here I turn the system on and the system was cooling. I had 51° supply and 73 degree return. Miss Miller called her husband, and said that it would kick on and cool, but then it would shut off. I went outside and I inspected the unit. When I turned the unit off water started flooding out of the blower section where the drain pan is. The blower was clean, but the drain pan had a lot of buildup in it and there was a Small piece of a brick that was in the drain pan where the water would exit and go out the drain line. The drain line was not trapped. Mrs. Miller would tell me that she could hear the drain line gurgling sometimes or bubbling. I cleaned out the drain pan removed all the germicidal growth and debris that was in the drain pan A


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

When I arrive at this customers house, she said that her float switch didn’t work and the drain line was so backed up. It was overflowing first I verified that the float switch worked. It did cut the system off and then it cut it back on. I tested it a couple times, then I vacuumed the water out of the drain line and I used my gallo gun with a CO2 cartridge and I blew out the drain line. I’ve then followed up with a mixture of triple D and hot, hot water out of the faucet and pour it down the drain line, and it did not back up on further inspection, the main drain line where it connects to the PVC piping coming out of the air handler was not glued so I put some PVC glue around it and stuck it on securing it. I also secured the drain line so it would not move up and down with zip ties to the side of the air handler , I poured 10 gallons of water, hot water down her drain line and it did not back up. This customer had to leave but before she did, she asked me to pour some bleach down t


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

Arrived at this customers house his system came on, but when I hooked my gauges up, they were very low and it needed refrigerant. I told him that it is a contained system, and the only way that this refrigerant leaks out is if there’s a leak somewhere at this time money is a little tight, so I just got him up and cooling, it took 4 pounds of R 410a refrigerant by the time I left he had a 20° split 59° supply 79° return cleared the drain line removed a bunch of stuff. The system is operating properly at this time.


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

Arrived at this call condensing fan motor is bad. The compressor comes on the run. Capacitor for the compressor is good 35 microfarad and the run cap for the rescue motor is good. it is a 10 µF run cap and it is reading good it is reading 10 I called Scott and I let him know that he does not have membership on this house. He has it on his personal house. He wants to become a member on this house as well so we can get membership pricing I have my van but I do not have any condensing fan motors on my van when I got my van I thought it was stocked with condenser fan motors but I haven’t been running any service calls and when we did inventory I marked down that I did not have any condenser fan motors and the supply houses are closed. Would like to take care of the membership business and the payments on Monday and possibly return on Monday to fix the issue.


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

Arrived at customers house they stated that the supply vent in the kitchen is leaking and that supply vent is almost directly below the air handler. They said there was somebody out here a month ago and replace the blower motor and that’s all they did. The tech told them to wait for their maintenance for somebody to come out to do the tuneup on it. Well it’s not the drain line it’s the drain pan. The drain pan is cracked. I cleared the drain and got a lot of stuff out of it but the issue is the drain pan, I took a bunch of videos and pictures but if they continue to run this unit it’s gonna continue to leak where the drain pan is cracked could not finish on the other system. It started raining got as much done as I could. They had 51° supply and 73° return system is cooling properly and draining but the crack drain pan is a problem.


Arionna L.

Arionna L. Job Checkin

Called out today for a second opinion. Client stated that another company stated that she needs to get a bigger AC. The second floor is the only floor that has ductwork. First floor has a window unit. The second floor is around 1500 square feet and equipped with a three ton unit. Insulation levels are correct. There are 40+ windows throughout the home. There is no attic vent/fan. The machine is operating due to the manufacturer specifications. There are many other factors of heat penetration between the windows, floors and first floor. The best course of action would to be to install a mini split on the first floor to eliminate the second floor unit from overworking. I did patch the hole in the air handler to stop the unit from pulling in hot attic air. Client wants to look at her options and make a decision later. She is aware of the price range for mini split install and financing is available. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!


Arionna L.

Arionna L. Job Checkin

Called out today to install a UV light and hard start kit. Installed both components and tested system operation. Checked refrigerant pressures. Measured temperatures. Equipment is operating properly at this time. Thank you for always choosing Total Air!


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

Call out today for a water leak from the air handling unit. Upon arrival, homeowner showed me to her air handler, which had a Tupperware to catch the dripping water. After opening the air handler, I found that the evaporator coil pan was overflowing with water, the filter was wet, and the drain line is clogged. Vacuumed out all water from evaporator coil pan and drain line. After vacuuming and removing all bacterial growth from evaporator coil pan, I poured water into the drain line to test. When pouring water into the cleanout, the drain to fill to the top instead of draining. Vacuumed again and tried to clear drain with nitrogen. Drain continues to refill after vacuuming and blowing with nitrogen. Concluded the buildings main drain is clogged. I informed The homeowner of this issue and advised she speak with her HOA about having the main drain cleared. Homeowner will give us a call to come back and complete the work when the main drain line has been cleared.


Wade H.

Wade H. Job Checkin

Concern, No cool. Cause, Clogged drain line. Correction, Customer already unclogged line, did a complete check up on unit all is well. Sent customer quote for new return plenum 14 inch.