New Market, MD Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services

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New Market, MD Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services

Supreme Air provides Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services, Repair, Installation, Maintenance, and Tune Up in New Market, MD and surrounding areas.

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for New Market, MD

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars based on 1 customer reviews

Map of New Market, MD

Timely service, assessed the problem and gave us advice on resolving it





Colin T.

Colin T.

Upon arrival I started by finding conduit pipe where thermostat wire is going to be fed. Then I checked wiring on AHU and at relay downstairs. Found Red and Yellow connected to R on AHU, removed Yellow wire. Ran thermostat wire to junction then fed wire thru conduit to bottom thermostat base. Mounted new thermostat base over radiant heating thermostat and installed new thermostat. Connected wires and checked all wiring before powering up. Returned power to system and checked operation. Cycled ac on multiple times and confirmed that Upstairs Pump and Fan turn on when called, then shut down when satisfied. Showed customer how to use thermostat and gave him user manual so he can program temperature settings. Unit operating normal. Also collected check from customer.

Near Meadowlake Rd, New Market, MD 21774
Youssef  D.

Youssef D.

On arrival found basement and shed not operating.found pump not circulating,found thermostat not calling. Spoke to tech support and recommended using Utc tool to check the system .i recommended replacing upnoor system with regular zone control .

Near Meadowlake Rd, New Market, MD 21774
Christopher A.

Christopher A.

The larger of the boilers indicated it was heating but the compressor was not operating. Water in the storage tank was 64 degrees. I turned power off to both units and the controls and checked the electrical wiring. All components were within specification. I restarted the units and they began to heat. I called tech support several times. The best idea as to why the systems had not been heating the past week is that perhaps the set point was too high at 120 and the compressor had overheated and overloaded. I lowered both set po8nts to 110. The units cycled on and off normally for the remainder of the time I was there. I checked the units in the house and replaced the filters. I pressurized the ground loops. All units are operating normal.

Near Meadowlake Rd, New Market, MD 21774
Yonas M.

Yonas M.

Wayne water furnace fall pm Detrick Road Mount Airy Md

Near Isaac Russell St, New Market, MD 21774