Crofton, MD Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services
Supreme Service Today provides Air Conditioning, Heating and Plumbing Services, Repair, Installation, Maintenance, and Tune Up in Crofton, MD and surrounding areas.
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Karen - Crofton, MD
Tommy did a great job diagnosing our plumbing issue. He was professional, thorough and knowledgeable. If you need a plumber...ask for Tommy!
Jack - Crofton, MD
You’d definitely was professional thorough and polite. He did a great job 5 stars to him.
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Steve - Crofton, MD
Up on arrival performed winter maintenance on 12/30/2019. Checked thermostat for operation, checked system for operation. Changed air filter provided by customer. Checked all electrical components. Took delta T. System operating normal at this time.
Fall pm on 12/20/19 On arrival I sanded the flame rectification probe and checked burner arrangement the ignitor homes out to be in good condition checked all other electrical connections 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 Ned to be replaced checked blower motor checked all other electrical connections checked temp rise DT 50.9 made for 35-65 unit tested unit operating normal at this time. Recommended DUCT Cleaning also Uv lights installation and hole house surge protector to avoid future problems customer accepted the option 1 duct cleaning customer schedule for December 30th between 11 to 3 pm. collected full amount of the duct $499:on C.C DUCT CLEANING
Up on arrival found mold inside the heat pump air handler. Removed all mold with chemical from the unit. Took pictures. Accidentally charged customer for the uv light 479$ instead of 325 for mold removal. Reported to the office. 154.00 will be refunded back to the customer.
Up on arrival for no heat call on 12/13/2019. Found bad capacitor 10uf on blower motor. System was shutting down on high limit switch, do to not enough air movement . Replaced capacitor. Tested system. System operating normal at this time.
Replace waterlines and valves in ceiling in dining room that feed shower also cut out and redo y on vent for tub/shower and new trap
Replace water lines going up dining room wall to second floor bath
Collected 648.50 thatâ€™s the actual balance if you include the 124 for previous bill to open up wall. Finished quoted work. Took pictures of the water lines I fixed and the portion of drain line I fixed.
Open wall to give proper estimate. Once opened wall up found a water leaking from the copper line near concrete on slab house. Will need to bust up concrete to fix line till I get good copper to tie back onto. Broken water line in concrete. Also would suggest replacing copper drain line since itâ€™s also right in the same area thereâ€™s no way to chip up concrete to save and drain pipe is damaged so itâ€™s recommend so there is no further issues in this area. Gave deposit for work 772.50 and will collect remaining balance when work is done.
Unit has insufficient r22 refrigerant charge and after prolonged run time can freeze up. I went over leak search types, leak repair types and coil replacement costs with the customer. I explained the new EPA regulation that bans any topping off a known leaking r22 system. I am sending the estimates to the customer. Customer also is getting a sales estimate on Friday morning, which was setup through the CSR in the office and myself and the customer.
On arrival found system low on refrigerant which an indication of a leak .also found clogged drain .i added 1 lbs of refrigerant and cleaned drain ..unit is operating normal at this time but could stop anytime due to age and also none matched coil (r22) indoor coil with 410 a condenser .recommended replacing system but customer informed me that he is going to move out soon .
Diagnosed water heater no gas to unit and t&p is leaking
Service call 08/06/19 On arrival set unit to call for cooling customer explained to me what is going on the unit.his unit low on preon R22 he wont me to charge the unit with R22 I explained the customer by EPA rule first I have to find the leak and fixed the leak and recharge the unit with 427A also I explained about replacing the unit bc the unit 39 years old customer he is not ready for fixed the leak Or replacing the unit customer he wont recharge the unit unit operating at this time. Collected $89 dispatch fee.
Drain clean condensate drain for ac unit.
On arrival found outside breaker tripped,rest breaker and noticed compressor amps peek were at 107 then went down to 25 amps then to 12.7 amps which is a sign of bad compressor.customer bought new system to be installed on Tuesday .
Water heater 40 gl replace atmospheric vent
On arrival set unit to call for cooling measured supply and return air temp measured voltage and amps inspected electrical connections inspected drain and cleaned it,checked coils,cap,Contactor,unit operating normal
Service call 05/29/19 on arrival set unit to call for cooling measured supply and return air 5 digress DT measured electrical connections checked filter I found the indoor unit filter dryer is heat pump filter dryer also to many oil comes out from filter dryer is leaking some where near to the filter I checked out door condenser unit put my gauge the temp is under 20 digress I gave quote for customer he doesnâ€™t want the repair. No payment collected.
On arrival checked thermostat was calling for cooling. Measured return temperature, supply temperature, amps, and voltage. Inspected electrical connections, replaced dirty filter provided by customer, blower wheel is clean,and evaporator coil is clean. Found clogged ez trap I cleaned it and poured water through condensate line to make sure it was working properly. Unit is operating normal at this time.
I replaced the filter. The coil and blower wheel are very clean but the cabinet interior develops mold and mildew, which is common but can b3 prevented with ultra violet lights with additional air purification through the Apco air scrubber. I checked temperature rise in first stage heat mode. Temperature rise was good for a heat pump with 35 degree outdoor temperature. Refrigerant pressures also were normal. I forced the defrost cycle and it initiated and completed. I checked the electrical wiring and electrical systems, all are within specification. Including the 3 20 amp auxiliary heat strips. The unit is operating normal.
turned off the water to w/h on second floor cut out leaking sharkbite 90 , replaced the union and 90 and reconnected to cove turned water back on tested no leaks