Glenwood, MD Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services
Supreme Air provides Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services, Repair, Installation, Maintenance, and Tune Up in Glenwood, MD and surrounding areas.
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for Glenwood, MD
repair leaking water line
Hucht - Glenwood, MD
Good job, Chris identified the lead went to hardware store purchased necessary part and repaired leak
Response from Supreme Service Today:
Thank you Dennis for the kind review. Chris really enjoys helping our customers and never wants to leave them without service, always willing to go the extra mile for them. We are thrilled he is part of our team and so happy to hear he provided you with such great service. Thank you for choosing us to service your system, we look forward to many years of this same great service from our team. Have a supreme day!
Great service, Price a little high
Dennis - Glenwood, MD
6 month checkup
Hucht - Glenwood, MD
6 month checkup
Dennis - Glenwood, MD
6 month checkup
Dennis - Glenwood, MD
You still left me with a small sink hole in my front lawn
Bala - Glenwood, MD
Had annual heating service performed by Danny. Checked and fixed the unit which was not working at optimal level. Received very courteous, friendly and informative service.
Miller - Glenwood, MD
Fall pm on 09/27/19 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 air filter recommended air filter needs to be replaced checked blower motor checked outdoor condenser unit checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps checked compressor capacitor checked contractor measured pressure and temp they are ideal indicating zero leaks checked all other electrical connections indoor and outdoor unit tested unit operating normal at this time. Recommended hole house surge protector needs to be installed.
On arrival removed defective motor,i then installed new motor ,tested it .unit operating normal
On arrival found unit #1 cooling efficiently with proper water pressures and all components operating to spec except for compressor contactor has burnt contact points, would recommend replacing. Unit #2 is a similar story, found cooling efficiently, all components to spec, with bunt contact points, recommend replacing as well. Contacted Darlene in office, verified unit #1 is still under parts and labor warranty, part will be replaced at no cost to customer. Customer has agreed to replace contactor in unit #2 as well. Both contactors replaced and both systems operating normal.
On arrival removed defective board .installed new board .motor still not coming on when there is a call for fan only .spoke to tech support again and recommended replacing motor and wire harness .system is operating normal except when there is a call for fan only .
On arrival found system operation was normal however the fan is not coming on when there is a call for fan only .spoke to tech support and I was advised to replace fan board . System is cooling .
On arrival found 5 th zone not responding.adjusted settings on zone board .5 th zone responded ok .unit operating normal
When we arrived Bosch Geo thermal unit was off, we removed Burnt board and humidifier control and installed new ones. When finished with install we turned system back on and all 4zone thermostat to set temp. House is cooling in all zones now. Darlene is reaching out to customer to discuss billing charges
Upon arrival I found package Geo locked out on high pressure. Reset system and found unit operating normally. Found normal water flow and heat rejection but loop pumps are getting extremely hot, quoting customer to replace. Continued to run and system shut off on high pressure, put gauges on to find discharge pressure never went above 210psi, Switch opened prematurely, quoting customer to replace, jumped out for now. Continued to run and measured Superheat and subcool to find Superheat high and subcool low when both compressors run. Spoke to customer about this because it is an R22 system. Pointed out that Evap coil is very rusty and more than likely is where he may have a leak. He is leaning towards replacing the evap coil and open to using drop in refrigerant. Quoting to replace Evap coil.
Installed portable ac.
On arrival replaced bad board and bad zone board.once I connected all wires .new zoneboard came on normal .also installed new Bosch board .but once I tested unit .bosch board burnt again .found a low voltage wire making a contact with high voltage wire coming off capacitor.also I found humidistat burnt too .we need to replace Bosch Board and humidistat.unit is not operating normal
On arrival found syst without low voltage.found tripped transformer.found bad zone board .also I jumped r and y and icm control burnt .unit is not operating normal at this time.
Unit #1 EAC not operable, customer to order 20*25*4 media filter insert. Unit #2 EAC is operable and prefilter is clean. Coils and blower wheels are clean. I cleaned the condensate pans and drain lines and ran hot water to flush the debris and to check for proper drainage without leaks. I checked the electrical wiring and electrical systems, all are within specification. I operated both units on second stage cooling and measured 20+ degree delta temperatures across the evaporator coils. I pressurized the ground loop on unit #1 to +-65psi, unit #2 is holding steady at +-65psi. Both units have normal pressure drops and heat of rejection. Both units are operating normal.
On arrival set unit to call for cooling. Measured return temperature, supply temperature, amps, and voltage. Measured EWT,LWT,EWP,and LWP. Pressurized system to 60psi. Inspected electrical connections, contactor, measured voltage absorption system,filter is clean, blower wheel is clean, and evaporator coil is clean. I used a vacuum to cleaned condensate drain line and I also cleaned condensate drain pan. Unit is operating normal at this time.
Install 2 Whole House Surge Protectors, 1 on each main electrical panel. Work is completed. I called customer but they are at work. I let the office manager know to please call to authorize/ collect payment.
On arrival set both units to call for cooling. Measured return temperature, supply temperature, amps, and voltage. Inspected electrical connections, replaced filter provided by customer, cleaned ez trap, blower wheel is clean, and evaporator coil is clean. Both units are operating normal at this time. I explained to the customer the benefits of installing a wet switch and getting her duct cleaning.
On arrival found package unit transformer resetable fuse tripped .inspected all wires ,noticed contactor burnt.replaced it .unit operating normal at this time
I identified two extremely small pin holes in one of the copper pipes for the hot water generator loop. Very small droplets form out of the holes and were rolling down the pipe, under the insulation until it reached a low point, pooled and spilled out. The pipe needs to cut and the small section removed and secured back together with either a coupling or solder. Cut out leaking section of pipe for the hot water generator and join with a coupling. I quoted the repair and got the approval from the customer. I went to the nearest hardware store and picked up a coupling. I then sanded and deburred the tubing and joined with the shark bite coupling. Turned the water back on and turned on the hot water generator and checked for leaks. No leaks. Replaced the insulation and cleaned up.
I cleaned the condensate pan and drain lines and ran hot water to flush the debris and to make sure it drained properly without leaks. I operated the unit on #9 cooling mode, confirmed 13.5 gpm flow rate and normal heat of rejection. I pressurized the ground loop to 65 psi. I checked the electrical wiring and electrical systems, all are within specification. Unit operating normal. Could not reach customer to approve replacing the media filter in the EAC. Customers daughter said they would take care of it. I also left a message for the customer and told the daughter that there is no manner of surge protection in the home and recommend installing 2 whole house surge protectors, 1 on each main electrical panel.
Spring pm on 03/22/19 On arrival set units to call for cooling measured supply and return air temp measured voltage and amps inspected electrical connections checked drain and cleaned checked filters and replaced checked condenser unit checked electrical connections checked voltage and amps checked capacitor checked freon is good checked coil cleaned recommended duct cleaning for both zones I gave quote for customer he will call us when his ready to do it . Units tested units operating normal at this time.
Fall pm on 12/28/18 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 recommended need to be replaced Air Filter unit operating normal at this time.
Replaced the first u-v light in room number 1 in the basement, then we went to the second room to install a second u-v light. After the installation was done we recommended to the customer to replace it after one year.
On arrival set unit to call for heat measured supply and return air temp measured voltage and amps inspected electrical connections checked coils,blower,cap,outdoor unit needs a disconnect ,unit operating normal at this time
Completed maintenance and set thermostat to lock out AUX heat until bellow 35 degrees .