Elkton, MD Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services
Supreme Air provides Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services, Repair, Installation, Maintenance, and Tune Up in Elkton, MD and surrounding areas.
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Kay - Elkton, MD
The whole staff was very accomidaying and he stayed to make sure everything worked with the furnace, hot water heater, and pipes in the sink. Would definitely have them again
Express - Elkton, MD
The Tec was wonderful to work with. Supreme Air is a great company to work with.
Completed the spring maintenance. Checked the wiring and connections. Replaced the air filters. Checked the blower belts. Cleaned the drain pans and traps. Cleaned the condenser coils. Checked the units operation.
Inducer motor replacement on arrival take out the old inducer motor out put the new inducer motor fixed tested checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps measured supply and return air temp unit operating normal at this time on heat. Collected the balance $461.00 Same C.C on file.
Performed ac pm on both rooftops. Cleaned condenser coils. Replaced filters. Inspected belts, blowers, and Evap coils. Flushed out drains. Checked capacitors and contactors. Tightened electrical connections. Ran ac. Checked amp draw of compressors, od fans, and blowers. Measured delta air temps at all coils. Let systems satisfy thermostats. Units are operating normal at this time.
Performed ac pm. Replaced all filters. Flushed out all drains. Inspected all coils and blowers. Checked capacitors and contactors. Tightened electrical connections. Ran ac and checked operation. Measured amp draw of compressors, od fans, and blowers. Checked delta air temps at both coils. Let systems satisfy thermostats. Units are operating normal in ac mode. Customer explained that HeatPump froze over the winter but they didnâ€™t call for service, just shut it off because they wonâ€™t use it much. Found unit not going into Defrost manually or automatically. Outdoor ambient and defrost sensors are connected to board and cannot be removed. Quoting customer to replace Defrost Board with Sensors. Customer would like to have heating pm done on 10/17 if possible. Please follow up with customer to confirm.
Spring Pm On 04/05/19 On arrival set unit to call for cooling measured supply and return air temp measured voltage and amps inspected electrical connections checked drain and cleaned checked filters cleaned also checked condenser unit checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps checked capacitor checked coils also customer have problems with heat he was call office last week I checked his heat set unit to call for heat checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps I found the inducer motor is burn I gave quote for customer accepted order the parts we have to come back to finish the job also the unit need multiple parts and cleaning my recommendation blower motor needs to be cleaned duct work outdoor condenser run capacitor is weak the compressor contactor is burnt I talk to Mr Steve but he has plans to sell the house he donâ€™t want to replace the unit he needs to us fixing the heat for him. I collected $461 on the card on file.
While testing unit 1 after replacing heat exchanger I inspected unit 2 because customer mentioned that it was overshooting setpoint. I found system was satisfying thermostat properly. Checked heating operation. Measured heat rise and amp draw, checked gas pressure and cleaned flame sensor. Speculating space heater possibly adding heat and increasing indoor temps. Unit operating normal.
Upon arrival I went to roof and started removing panels. Removed inducer and manifold to get to heat exchanger. Removed heat exchanger and installed new one. Then installed bracket for blower assembly so it doesnâ€™t wobble. Ran fan only and verified quiet operation. Restarted unit and ran heat. Unit shutting off on high Limit, first stage heat. Found gas pressure at 2.3 inches, rated for 1.6 inches in first stage. Lowered to spec. Ran second stage and found normal gas flow rate. Checked heat rise and amp draw. Unit operating normal at this time.
Cap off hot and cold lines under kitchen sink and turn water back on to home valve under sink broke and flooded kitchen and basement dust wanted lines capped off due to cabinets being replaced removed water from water heater pan from the leak and restarted gas water heater. Restarted gas furnace also they were turned off to when basement flooded to prevent any more damage
Replace blower wheel, housing and frame. Upon arrival I went to system and removed paneling. Found I do not need to replace blower assembly. Blower was rocking back and forth due to cracking in the frame of unit, similar to unit 1. Went to supply store and picked up reinforced steel. Came back and cut to length and installed bracket underneath blower housing. Secured the bottom of panel and side of panel. Also secured and all sides of the cracks to keep blower from rocking. Put unit back together and tested blower. Blower not rocking or making loud noises. Ran heat and checked operation. Unit operating normal at this time. Office will be sending revised invoice. Waiting on parts for front lobby unit, system shut off.
Unit was turned off from thermostat . made it call for heat and right away could hear the blower motor shaking from inside . Found that blower assembly is shaking the unit and also the blower wheel is grinding against assembly . Need to replace blower assembly and replace belt . Also found rust on heat exchanger but no cracks . Left system with power off on roof , costumer has no heat
On arrival found system locked on limit,found whole unit shaking ,found majority of heat exchanger rusted,.need to replace blower assembly and heat exchanger.recommended not to run unit .