When it comes to your Bryn Mawr, PA’s home heating, cooling and water heater systems, DiBiase Heating & Cooling Company makes sure they’re running at peak efficiency for your improved indoor comfort, convenience and safety.
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When I arrived this time found another isssue of heat pump is constantly running. Found 1 pole contacter stuck in keeping outdoor heat pump running at all times. Replaced at no charge until new system can be installled. Also put a temporary new breaker on indoor air handler and kept fan wired to run constantly just to keep there heat working at this time until replacement.
Found dpdt relay very hot like it was sticking at times, also found breaker breaker for one part of strip heater now is broken and won't reset at all. This also powers the blower circuit. Told home owner the only thing I can't do now to just get it to work temporarily is to install the new relay and wire the fan moter directly to the other breaker . This is not a good fix , but a temporary solution for now.
Turned on system and found indoor fan not working. Found loose connections at fuse and at relay. Reconnected and tested operation. Unit requires replacement. 5 ton heat pump with 20 kw heat kit. Need to provide quote as soon as possible. No charge - warranty.
Service call that the Heat Pump was not working. Upon arrival, found Thermostat set to 80 Degrees and the Indoor Temperature was 60 Degrees. Proceeded to the Air Handler to troubleshoot. Found Blower Motor was not operating. Turned Breaker off at the Air Handler to inspect Blower Motor Wiring. When we turned the Breaker back on the Blower began operating. The Relay in the Air Handler may have been stuck open causing the Blower not to run. Also found Air Filter excessively dirty and blocking Air Flow. Installed a 20x20x1 Air Filter. Tested Supply Temperature at 95 Degrees with a 65 Degree Return. Checked Refrigerant Pressures to ensure they were within range.The Air Handler is from 1982 and the Outdoor Unit is from 2001. The system is operating very inefficiently due to the very old age. System needs to be replaced due to poor condition. The office will be in contact to schedule an estimate for system replacement.
Service call that there was water leaking from the Dehumidifer. Arrived onsite and spoke with the Homeowner about issue. Was informed that Water was in front of the Furnace on the Concrete Floor but not in the Auxilary Pan that is below the Dehumidifier. Tested operation of Dehumidifier. Checked Condensation Pump and poured Water into Pump multiple times to test Operation. Tested operation of Humidifier and poured Water Through the Drain Pipe to ensure it was draining properly. Checked Dehumidifier for proper pitch. Unit is pitch slightly towards the Drain. Inspected Duct Work to ensure there was no water from Humidifier leaking into the Duct Work. Inspected Piping around Furnace and above Furnace and found no signs of leaking. Furnace is an 80% Furnace and the Drain !ine for the Humdifier is clear. Discharge Tubing on the Condensation Pump is draining properly into the Wash Sink. If the Dehumidifier was leaking then the Auxilary Pan underneath of it should be homding water. Please mon
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Gas Fired Trane Furnace. Replaced the 16x25x1 Air Filter, provided by Homeowner. Inspected Electrical Components on Furnace. Visually inspected Heat Exchanger and Burners. Both are in good condition with very little rust or corrosion present. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace while measuring outlet Gas Pressure. Combustion Levels and Gas Pressure were to standards at this time.Thank You for renewing your Service Membership with us today!
Installed new dehumidifier next to furnace. Installed two tees to dehumidifier . The one end is for basement and the other was flexed to the supply and return trunks. Dampers were installed in the opened ends of the tees for airflow adjustments . Piped condensate drain to existing condensate pump. Installed dehumidifier in a pan and wired the safety switch. Installed new humidiastat in basement finished part . Installed new outlet that runs off of the furnace power supply. Installed new return duct and installed new boot and grill to finish part of the basement . Tested overall system and system is running to standards.
Upon arrival found burnt wiring coming off contactor to capacitor. Repaired and tested.Due to age and condition recommend replacing system. Would like an estimate when joe returns.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on the Air Handler and two Condensing Units. Replaced both Air Filters. Attempted to take apart the Condensation Drain, but was unable to take apart and clean. Cleaned Drain Line and Discharge Tubing. Recommend replacement of the Condensation Pump to a newer style that is more accessible so that it can be cleaned properly. Checked Tension and condition of the Blower Wheel Belt.While testing the Refrigerant Levels of system, found the Right Outdoor Unit system was not running at the correct Refrigerant Pressures. On a previous Tune Up, the TXV had been diagnosed with a restriction. Recommend replacement of the TXV and rechecking the Refrigerant on the system. The 5 Mfd Capacitor for the Right Outdoor Unit was testing below Rating. Recommend replacement of the Capacitor. Included estimate for all recommended repairs.Due to the restriction on the Right TXV, the system is only producing about a 15 Degree Temperature Split between Supply an
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Checked Air Filter. Cleaned Condensation Drain Pipe. While testing system, found unit to be low on refrigerant. System was only producing a 10 Degree Temperature Split between supply and Return. Added R-22 Refrigerant to system to increase temperature split and balance the pressures and temperatures of the system to recommended levels.Will follow up with additional information/pricing about installing a Pressure Switch into the system to allow th Air Conditioner to run during cooler ambient temperatures. Also recommend installation of an EZ Trap onto the Drain Line. The EZ Trap would be wired into the system, and shut the unit down if it ever became clogged.Homeowner signed up for Service Membership. Only wants the the Air Conditioner serviced. Next Spring/Summer when we return for the AC Tune Up it will be the second visit on the Membership Plan. Today was the First Tune Up on the Membership.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up. Changed filter, customer supplied. Informed customer to make attempts to change out filters every 2-3 months as the last one was very dirty and clogged. This will help with the efficiency with air flow and cooling of home during summer. System is running at operational standards.Checked dehumidifier, washed filter, and checked condensate pump. The Unit is operating at manufacturer specification. Unit is set to 53% Relative Humidity.Informed customer on operation of dehumidifier. When customer adjusts the level of relative humidity on the unit, it will perform â€œAir samplingâ€ mode in which it will pull in current relative humidity (RH) level of the basement and compare it to user setting. If the current RH of basement is higher than setting, the unit will then kick into â€œdehumidifyingâ€ mode until it reaches 3% RH below setting and shuts off. If RH of basement is below settings, the unit will not perform sampling mode. The unit d
This is not a good day for the pumpkin! Don’t have a bad day in the middle of winter like the pumpkin is having today. When we perform a Tune Up on your Heater, we help make sure that doesn’t happen.