HVAC Supply house list nationwide

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    I recommend the nationwide chains Grainger or Johnstone as a source of parts. However before Sept. 11 2001 it was difficult to get parts in some parts of the country. Georgia seems to be one of the worst offenders even though some of the nicest people seem to come from there. Now it has become impossible without selling your first born.
I have also discovered that most supply houses sell their share of parts to the state and federal governments and I can't help but wonder if it is done to keep them in line.   Since this may become a major problem we will start selling and shipping parts soon (see below). In fact Mr. Forest Grauel of Perfect Service and Modifications in Burtonsville Maryland has many odd motors for sale as well as an Ice Rink Refrigeration System. He can be reached at 301-384-0100 10 am to 10 pm Eastern time.

    If you would like to order parts from us we would be happy to ship to you once we work out the details. You can fax an order with part numbers and description to 301-384-7243 Please include a phone number and shipping address. We can take a fax of a personal check as payment. We are not set up yet to take credit cards but if someone has any suggestions as to how we can do that it would be helpful.
Items will be shipped by UPS "Ground" unless specified otherwise.
Please include a description of any parts and parts numbers if available

Here in Maryland on US Rt. 1 between Washington DC and Baltimore We are blessed with more supply houses than anywhere else in the state.

In Maryland we have Aireco a great place to get heating and air-conditioning equipment as well as supplies, emphasis on installation of new equipment. Manitowoc Ice Machine dealer.
 Located in Savage Maryland.
At Gorman road and Washington Boulevard (US RT. 1)

We also have United Refrigeration that is a great source for all your refrigeration supplies and parts as well as general heating and air conditioning needs. Scotsman ice machine dealer. If they don't have it they can usually get it by the next day.
Located on US Rt. 1 and Pautuxent Range road Jessup.

R.E Michel Bristol Ct. off of Pautuxent Range road in Jessup Maryland, headquarters in Glen Burnie. Sells Coleman/York and lots of duct work pieces and fittings. I go there any time I need pieces of sheet metal as well as a good selection of motors and other controls. They have a huge selection of oil heating products including replacement parts and accessories.
They also sell the Unico High velocity Air Conditioning system.
You will have to set up an account with them to buy from the stores, it is worth having.
Hours: until 4:30 pm.

    If you are not a contractor and want to buy your own equipment you can have good equipment drop shipped to you from the local distributor by contacting the Air Conditioning Exchange aircondex.com .

I was sent these links for Coleman Evcon parts. Keep in mind that Coleman is now part of York which includes Frasier Johnston, Luxair, and Air Pro. Johnstone supply is a distributor for this Family of equipment.

   I am sending a few of the sites that seem to have Coleman/Evcon:


Also United Products in Baltimore Maryland Formerly a Carrier dealer. Sells York, Coleman. Did sell Crystal Tips ice machines now they sell Cornelious. To get parts for Crystal tips in Maryland contact Nelco of Laurel Maryland. Just about every HVAC supply house sells ice machines of a particular brand.

Boiler other industrial heating supplies:
The Boiler Store and R&J supply both in Hyatsville Md.

    Defrost and Fan control modules. International Controls and Modules ICM of Syracuse NY. makes an arsenal of after market controls that are much more reasonable that the OEM. They even make the defrost boards for Goodman and I suspect some others.
 If you need a board for Carrier/ Bryant they start at $100 and go up for OEM while ICM has them for a lot less. So they don't copy the OEM they make a few minor wiring changes that will not be a problem.

    Specialty Thermostats PS&G(graphics heavy), Home of the Accustat and duct limiter. They also make some very fancy thermostats with remote sensors and occupancy sensors as well. If you want something tamper proof look at this line of controls.

Out of our area, here are some links to parts, more added as I check them out:

Spa support  and spapartsnet.com/
The best site(s) I have found for finding parts or anything else you may need.


Spa parts depot.

Please let us know your favorite sites for parts or edit this page and send it to me.

Related pages:
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    Carrier Leak problem.
    I like Rheem equipment.
    Big carrier water cooled system.
    Trane compressor bid.
    Heat pump page.
    Price list.
    What is a fossil fuel kit.
    Add a fossil fuel kit to your oil furnace.
    Back up power.
    Furnace repair page.
    History of the Brand Names.

  1. Blower: usually a squirrel cage centrifugal air moving device. Will move large volumes of air relatively quiet. Will use less energy with more back pressure.
  2. Fan: a paddle type air moving device used where noise is not a major consideration. Will use more energy with more back pressure.
  3. Combustion blower: A blower used on high efficiency gas furnaces or oil burners to move combustion air. usually 1/20 to 1/6  horsepower.
  4. OEM: Original equipment manufacturer.
  5. Horsepower: 746 watts
  6. RPM: revolutions per minute.
  7. Service factor: the extent to which a motor can be safely overloaded beyond its name plate ratting without over heating.
  8. Air over horsepower: The rating of a motor assuming air flow through the windings usually as a result of the air moving device.
  9. SAE: Society of Automotive Engineers.
  10. High efficiency furnace: Furnace that uses over 85% of the energy in the gas.
  11. Condensing furnace: Gas furnace that uses over 92% of the energy in the gas and condenses the gas into liquid condensate and hot air. If your furnace has PVC pipe venting it then you have a condensing furnace. 
We service and repair the following brands:
American Standard, Amana, Arco, Arco-Aire, Bryant, Carrier, Coleman Evcon, Comfortmaker, Day/Night/Payne, Dunham-Bush, Fedders, Fredrich, Goodman, General Electric, Hotpoint, Heil, Intertherm, Janitrol, Kenmore, Lennox (Armstrong, Johnson Air-Ease), Miller, Modine, Nordyne, Rheem/Ruud, Sears, Stewart Warner, Trane, Williams, White-Westinghouse, Whirlpool, Weil Mclain,
York, (Frasier Johnson/Borg Warner/Luxair) and others.

    This page will be updated soon
 Good Luck Scott
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