Columbia, MD Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services
Supreme Air provides Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services, Repair, Installation, Maintenance, and Tune Up in Columbia, MD and surrounding areas.
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Shelly - Columbia, MD
Response from Supreme Air:
Thank you very much for your kind words! We are thrilled to hear we made a positive impression on you. We look forward to working with you in the future! Have a Supreme day!
Great Service Friendly Staff
Hobby Lobby - Columbia, MD
Great Service, timely service, and overall great attitudes sets Supreme Air apart from the rest. Great Job guys and gals 🙂
Mehta - Columbia, MD
Staff got here when they said, they clearly explained what was wrong and fixed the issue. They came right after a snow storm so really appreciated that. Some things will need a new part; but they will come back and fix at no cost.
Great Service, Amazing Staff
Hobby Lobby - Columbia, MD
Supreme Air is an amazing commercial partner. Great Job Supreme Air !!!
Response from Supreme Air:
Thank you very much for your kind words. We truly appreciate and value your amazing feedback! You are a Supreme customer to work with!
Anelia - Columbia, MD
He was very courteous and professional and explained everything.
Replace toilet handle hall bath toilet
Found cut in thermostat wire at thermostat while ohiming out wires . Pulled wire out from wall and cut and re-wired. Also re-wired inside of air handler because all wires were tangled . System is operating
On arrival removed defective filter i then replaced new filter.tested it .unit operating normal .
Low voltage fuse blowing as soon as it is replaced. I found the main thermostat wire had a damaged section which had tape around. I removed the tape and saw the wire had been pressed inward. I removed the oute4 sheathing and separated the wires. The yellow wire had a knick in its jacket and visible exposed wire beneath it. I repaired this wire and replaced the fuse and the unit began operating. Since this is the second time a technician has been out here for same/ similar problem I went to the outdoor unit and checked wires for any shorts. I also checked the thermostat wire from the air handler as far back as I could reach. I cycled the unit from the thermostat and from the outdoor unit by jumping r to y, o and w in an attempt to see if it would short out. I replaced wire nuts and closed the unit up and called the service manager to let them know what I had found.
I checked in with management and called to check in with corporate. RTU #3 had no line voltage and I found the breaker in the electrical room was tripped. I reset the unit and called corporate again. I was asked to do a visual inspection. Wires looked fine I noticed a space in between the cover panel that could potentially be allowing rain water to drip behind and possibly cause the short. I called corporate back and was asked to take before and after pictures, which I did and to silicone the effected area. I ran the unit in all modes and it is operating normal. I got paperwork and iPad signed and called corporate to check out.
Customer wants to be called on Monday to schedule an apt
Costumer would like to reschedule
Reattach dryer vent in laundry room ceiling screwed pipe together and resecured pipe in ceiling
shut off main water and drained down tank/ home . Removed old water heater and installed new with a new shut off valve and expansion tank . Reconnected gas piping and checked for leaks . Lit pilot on system and checked operations .
Customer want to speak to his wife before he makes a final decision.
On arrival found system with no faults ,found aux heat not coming on,found zone board needs jumpers between w1 and w3 .tested unit operation,unit operating normal
Fall pm on 01/29/19 On arrival set unit to call for heat measured supply and return air temp measured voltage and amps inspected electrical connections checked drain and cleaned checked filters and cleaned unit operating normal at this time.
Upon arrival we found furnace faulting on high Limit. Found gas pressure was close to 4inches w.c. Lowered gas pressure to 3.5inches w.c and tested system. Unit not faulting anymore. We noticed condensation dripping on carrier air cleaner. 3x2 inch pvc reducer is leaking, need to repair, filled out part order form. Carrier air cleaner is not working but getting voltage. Condensation is dripping on top of electrical portion. Suspecting it has shorted. Air cleaner needs to be replaced as well. 01-25-19-DM- replaced flu venting . Need to come back to replace air cleaner . Matt is ordering the parts .
Tune up on 01/25/19 On arrival set unit to call for heat measured supply and return air temp measured voltage and amps inspected electrical connections checked drain and cleaned checked filter recommended replacing the blower motor capacitor also unit needs duct cleaning and blower wheel cleaning I gave quote for customer for capacitor accepted replaced the capacitor checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps unit operating normal at this time. Customer also needs the duct cleaning and blower wheel cleaning very soon customer sign new SA pay for 1 yer wave tune Up fee $69 Collected $225 for capacitor replacement and $199.92 for 1 yer SA total $424 on C.C
On Arrival we found unit turned off, costumer had turned it off This morning. We inspected entire system and unit is operating correctly.
On arrival found system not heating normal ,found system was locked on code 4 system .discharge temp is below 90 degrees.system possibly low on refrigerant.needs to check for leak .unit is operating but could go out anytime.system is old better to replace.schedule customer for an estimate
Performed pm on HeatPump. Replaced provided filter. Flushed out drain with brush and hot water. Inspected cleanliness of coils and blower. Checked capacitor and contactor. Ran heat and tested defrost mode. Checked delta air temps at both coils. Checked amp draw of compressor, od fan, and blower. Ran aux heat. Measured amp draw and heat rise. Let thermostat satisfy. Unit operating normal. Informed customer of stormwater gutter from roof, it appears to be clogged and dripping water next to hvac unit. A good amount of ice has built up but is not touching the hvac unit yet. Let customer know so it doesnâ€™t develop into a problem and potentionally freeze the outdoor unit. SA was renewed and paid for on the previous Mousigian invoice. Office please adjust.
Performed furnace maintenance. Replaced provided filter. Inspected humidifier pad and cleanliness. Ran humidifier and checked operation. Cleaned flame sensor. Measured specs of Igniter. Checked capacitors. Checked cleanliness of blower and coil. Flushed out drain. Ran heat and checked operation. Checked heat rise and measured gas pressure. Let system satisfy thermostat. Customer renewed SA for home AND for parents house. Office please adjust Payment for three 2 invoices. Customer paid for SA for both in full today.
Verified that heater was working with BAS Phillip on the phone . We would need a 14â€™ ladder to reach heater . Unit is keeping temp at 61 degrees .
Upon arrival we found furnace faulting on high Limit. Found gas pressure was close to 4inches w.c. Lowered gas pressure to 3.5inches w.c and tested system. Unit not faulting anymore. We noticed condensation dripping on carrier air cleaner. 3x2 inch pvc reducer is leaking, need to repair, filled out part order form. Carrier air cleaner is not working but getting voltage. Condensation is dripping on top of electrical portion. Suspecting it has shorted. Air cleaner needs to be replaced as well.
On arrival installed new symphony, tested and unit was working normal.
Duplicate. Belts written on tasking sheets but found to have not been replaced by technician
I went through check list given by Hobby Lobby and through the Supreme Air commercial tasking sheet for performing operational inspections. I had completed the heating maintenance late September 2018. All blower belts were replaced and properly tensioned during previous maintenance. Today I replaced all filters and wrote the date 01/03/19 on them. I checked electrical wiring and electrical systems. I checked blower belts to make sure the tension was still proper. I checked units for cleanliness. I operated the units on heating mode and confirmed proper operation of all 11 units. I removed left over debris from the roof, made sure all panels were secure and that all units had power restored before leaving the roof. I disposed of the old filters and debris removed from the roof. All units are operating normal. I checked out with the manager and locked the roof hatch. I had the manager sign the paperwork.
One we arrived we found the unit not operating normal, the compressor was not coming on, found bad voltage absorption system. We replaced it, tested it and the unit is now running properly.