Excellent service from jon
Tony was our tech and seemed very proficient in diagnosing and fixing our issue. He was friendly, seemed knowledgeable about the issue, and explained what he was doing. We felt he was honest is his appraisal of the issue. We would be pleased to have him to have work on a or air conditioning system again. As to pricing, we wouldn’t know if it was reasonable or not, or what to expect. We have no way to compare. It wasn’t what we would call at all low, but it didn’t break the bank, don’t think it was excessive, and he fixed the issue and we were pleased about that. After all, that’s what we needed. We are happy with Total Air, their responsiveness and willingness to work around your schedule, be on time and communicate with you on their techs arrival time and who the tech is so you know who is coming so you know who to expect. Very easy company to work with. Nice people.
Alex did a great job for us in checking out our system. We will ask for him for future calls, if he is available
Very good service from Matt from total air ac and heating and office staff also! Thank You
Jason and Andy were extremely courteous and knowledgeable! Very prompt and efficient. Thank you. Will highly recommend
Arrived at customers house for system Check. On arrival customer showed me to air handler in laundry room. Filter was a bit dirty. Checked out the delta t and Delta he was just outside of satisfactory range. Evaporator coil was relatively clean. Blower motor and electric cabinet has some dirt on it. Talked to customer about how often he kept his doors open. Customer keeps the door open quite frequently. Informed customer we have electronic filter that can help with the dirt build up due to house condition. Customer just moved to house full-time from Connecticut. All electric wires were secured. Next went outside to condenser. Hooked up gauges and all pressures and readings were of acceptable range. Check contactor and proper voltage was going through. Check capicatir and capacitor was of acceptable range. Started unit manually outside and unit was over amping on Startup. Brought this to customers attention and suggested a hard start kit. Customer agreed. Installed hard start kit. Unit
Performed maintenance 2. Checked all electrical components in system. All components within factory spec for volts and amp draw. Drain clear. Home owner stated that in middle of the day the system struggles to maintain 72 degrees. Pressures are normal. After completing check up, compressor failed to start on first attempt. After reset delay, the compressor began to run normally. Start up amps within acceptable range. Compressor may have built up heat from testing. Condenser unit has a good t200 cap and a headstart installed. Home owner will monitor and notify us if the unit has any further issues. Left system cooling properly at this time.
Found not cooling due to failed blower motor. Need to send customer pricing on blower motor replacement. Also I advised office will call to scheduled Corey to come and quote new system replacement.
System not cooling due to a burnt wire going to the capacitor. Fixed wire and unit was working. I noticed that the capacitor was getting low so I recommend a new capacitor while we were here and he agreed. Unit working properly at this time.
Upon arrival checked motors, electrical components, and pressures. Cleared drain line and added Nubrite to system. DeltaT at 22 degree split. Split rooftop condo system running good and both blower cap and CU cap within range. Pick up roof access keys at office. Recommended coil level 1 clean and customer wants to do next visit for CU. Emailed estimate to customer. Gave customer brochure on Pure Air and explained what it does. Left system in good operating condition.
client ionization device miswired. Tech correctly wired and tested. Ionizer operational at this time.
Technician inspected home found system having 20Â° delta, issue was not with air-conditioning system technician used a FLIR camera found the uninsulated flat roof was allowing or radiating anywhere from 85 to 101Â° of heat. The system is always combating this radiating heat causing that would seem to be in air-conditioning system issue but it is not. Nothing found at fault this unit is operational at this time.
Upon arrival found system cooling and satisfied at 74. Checked system out for proper operation and found no issues at this time. Customer is signing up for membership and we are using today as tune up visit #1.
Air handler inspection complete volts amps and microfarads are within range no indication of microbiological growth found. Gave instructions on drain line treatment cleared drain. Condenser inspection complete found system low on refrigerant and capacitor below range. Recommend adding refrigerant and replacing capacitor client agreed work is complete this unit is operational at this time tuneup complete.
Upon arrival checked motors, electrical components, and pressures. Cleared drain line and added Nubrite. DeltaT at 16 degree split and caution on possible slow leak. Pressures seem fine and no visible oil at CU. Indoor AU closet coil in good shape and no visible leaks Indoor blower cap replaced and motor still overamping but dropped considerably after mini turbo installed. Also changed outdoor CU capacitor due to high fan capacitance over limits. Customer will call office in fall after returning from Conneticut as he lives here half the year. Left system in good operating condition.
Amana ASX14 AC 3 Ton + AMEC Furnace 60,000 BTU Installed 3 ton 14 seer Amana gas furnace furnace on existing stand modified stand to fit new furnace and modified supply Plenum to fit new furnace and added heat shield flush copper flush drain installed I wave in gas furnace sealed gas furnace condenser sat on existing roof stand system held pressure over 400 psi G in vacuum below 500 Âµm started up systemIn charge to factory spec instructed customer on usage of their brand new air-conditioning system and brand new Honeywell T6 thermostat customer paid in full via two credit cards totaling balance on account breakers are appropriate customer satisfied job complete
Completed system tune up. Checked pressures, volts, amps and all electrical components. Checked evaporator coil and drain line. Found dual run capacitor well below factory specs and also found 2 pole contactor very rusted and corroded. Replaced capacitor with turbo 200 which carries a 5 year warranty, replaced contactor and signed customer up for taps annual maintenance membership. Used todays tune up as 1 of 2. Left system in good working order.
Recommended Repairs: This includes the minimum required repair to get your system running today and recommended service items that I noticed also need attention. I am able to complete these tasks today at a discounted rate, shown below. Upon arrival found consensate pump and thermostat failed, so went ahaead and replaced both the thermostat and condensate up, went through start up procedure and both replaced items functioned properly, checked condenser pressures, amp draws, and electrical components, cleared drainline, took picture of evaporator coil and uploaded model and serial numbers for both units to ST, instructed owner how to use thermostat and what each light means for condensate pump. Left system in proper working order.
Cycled and inspected equipment. Found drain line restricted and system off on safety switch. Also found dual capacitor weak, hard start kit weak, contactor pitted, and supply plenum contaminated with bio growth. Cleared drain line, Installed a new dual capacitor, hard start kit, contactor, and pure air x whole house germicidal unit. Customer also approved maintenance agreement. Left system in good working order.
Drain line was restricted and tripped the float switch. We flushed and cleared the drain line, cycled and monitored the system for proper electrical, pressures and temperatures. We left the system in good running order.