Clarksville, MD Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services
Supreme Air provides Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services, Repair, Installation, Maintenance, and Tune Up in Clarksville, MD and surrounding areas.
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Nickel and dime for service charge. Fee for estimates.
Replaced outdoor motor ,tested it.unit operating normal
On arrival found indoor unit operating ok but outdoor on the compressor is operating .found bad outdoor fan motor .unit is not operating normal ,need to replace motor .
On arrival found new system locked out on fp1, unit was not coming. Unit had to be rewired. Flow center pump was rewired and system is operating correctly. Custom paid the remaining balance with a check.
Fall pm on 01/23/18 On arrival set units to call for heat measured supply and return air temp measured voltage and amps inspected electrical connections checked drain and cleaned checked filters and replaced found EWP and LWP low I pump it to EWP to 60psi LWP 55psi unit operating normal at this time.
Tried calling customer no answer voicemail was full could not leave message. Customer was not here when I arrived called again no answer sent text to customer. Customer texted back stating he was not here and no longer available
On arrival found system locked on low pressure ,found system low on refrigerant,also found bad transducer and also found hot circulating pumps ,unit in bad shape customer is replacing system
Customer replaces the filters themselves. I operated the units on auxiliary heat. Only 1 of 3 elements was coming on on Unit #1. I found a wiring issue on the second contactor which was resolved by moving one wire so that all 15 KW is operable. I set the flow rates on both units. Temperature rise is normal for both units so the blower speeds were correct. I checked the electrical wiring and electrical systems, all are within specification. I pressurized the ground loop to 65 psi. Both units are operating normal. Customer should consider installing an Intellistart Module in the 5 Series unit. It is a start assist for the compressor which protects the compressor from failure caused by shorted out windings. I will send an estimate.
Upon arrival I found furnace running but intake cut at top of furnace. Spoke with office and they informed me that this is the only way furnace is running at the moment. Found 2.5 inch pipe not connected at concentric exhaust kit. Removed piping, removed end cap, primed and glued pipe into kit, then connected end cap to kit for fresh air intake/exhaust. Went to furnace and installed 3inch coupling on intake at furnace. During repair I found (2) 3 inch 90s were leaking above furnace. Had to replace both 90s and another section of 3inch pipe for flue repair. Onced repaired I checked exhaust pressure with manometer, measured heat rise of furnace, and checked overall performance of unit. Unit operating normal at this time. Nobody home, new construction, left thermostat at 62.
I operated both units on heat and auxiliary heat modes. The filter for #1 is okay, #2 needs a filter. The auxiliary heat strips energize as intended. The defrost cycle was initiated and completed on both units. I checked the electrical wiring and electrical systems, all are within specification. I do not think there is a refrigerant levels issue. Both units are operating at similar pressures and outputs. The reason these units are not operating effectively and efficiently is because over time the indoor coils have become clogged with dust and debris and the outdoor coils have become clogged with dirt and debris. The operating pressures reflect these findings. Low suction pressure and high head pressure (in heat mode.) Also there is evidence of excessive condensation and moisture at the base of each air handler which is almost certainly a product of low air flow in cooling mode and the indoor coil freezing up. Both units use r22 refrigerant which is being phased out and as a result make
On arrival take the old circulator pump out put new circulator pump in checked return air temp and supply temp checked electrical connections unit operating normal at this time collected 295.50 we gave customer 10% discount
Service call on 11/16/18 customer have issues with the unit he call for heat the furnace fun running but is not hot air out checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps found the water circulator is bad I ordered we have to come back to finish the job. Collected half of the money $375 on CC
Cleaning out Condensation Line for Lennox HeatPump in Clarksville