DiBiase Heating & Cooling Company proudly serves our neighbors in Chester Springs, PA with complete heating and air conditioning services. Our goal is provide you with the ultimate customer services experience.
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Cheryl - Chester Springs, PA
Nancy - Chester Springs, PA
The two guys who came were terrific representatives of your company! Excellent service and personable. They talked to me about getting a tune up for both heat and AC without making it feel like they were pressuring me to buy something. Can't say enough about them and how great they were. Oh AND they fixed my AC unit.
Chris - Chester Springs, PA
Donna - Chester Springs, PA
Experience was wonderful. Brian was great and very informative!
Ellen - Chester Springs, PA
Julie - Chester Springs, PA
Nathan and his partner from DiBiase replaced a long stretch of vinyl tubing that led from my condensate pump to my sump pump. Their work was excellent and reasonably priced. They went the extra mile by protecting the tubing with PVC pipe and anchoring it with cable ties to prevent my cat from chewing it. I was very satisfied with the job they did.
Julie - Chester Springs, PA
This was my first service call with DiBiase. The guys who came out to my house were professional and knowledgeable. Bryan answered all my questions. They used booties on their shoes and were very respectful of my home.
Rick - Chester Springs, PA
Great service, pleasant disposition
Karen - Chester Springs, PA
Knowledgeable. Pleasant. Efficient.
Responsive and informative
Tom - Chester Springs, PA
Brian and his colleague were thorough, considerate of our home, and very communicative about condition of equipment and options for servicing.
Melissa - Chester Springs, PA
Quick turnaround service for a heating emergency company was able to come out same day very professional and courteous!
HVAC Company with Reliable Service and Experienced Technicians
Denise - Chester Springs, PA
I have used DiBiase HVAC for service at my personal residence and several of my rental properties over the last year, after switching from a well-known local company who was gouging me with their prices. I have had the same service technician, Bryan Dusewicz, on multiple occasions. He is always on time, very friendly and is quick to diagnose the problem. I have found Bryan to be very trustworthy, both from a security standpoint and from a business perspective. Joe is the owner of DiBiase and seems genuinely interested in meeting client expectations. I highly recommend DiBiase for HVAC work in the Chester County area. -Denise Warfel (Chester Springs, PA)
AC Tune Up on two systems ,Main house AC . Tested out system . Checked filter . Ok . Cleaned out Pump and trap. Tested out Capacitors. Outdoor Capacitor is reading low I would recommend to replace it. Tested all low and high voltage. Tested low and high voltage wiring. Tested refrigerant charge and air temperature splits. Checked contactor. Other then the low Capacitor the system is running to factory standards.Bedroom AC . Checked filter . Ok . Cleaned out trap and pipe . Tested Capacitors. Tested out refrigerant charge and air temperature splits. Tested low and high voltage. Tested low and high voltage wiring. Checked contactor. Tested overall system and system is running to factory standards.Are everything was done I built a estimate on how much it would cost to replace the screen on the exhaust and to replace the Capacitor. We will have to come back to fix .
AC Tune Up on 3 systems ,First Floor system . Checked filter 16x25x4 / Dirty . Homeowner said he was going to get new ones and replace them . Cleaned trap and pump . Tested Capacitors . The Capacitor on the outdoor unit was reading low . I tested all low and high voltage wiring. Tested amp draws . Checked contactor. I tested air temperature splits and refrigerant charge . Tested overall system and system is running to factory standards.Second floor system . Checked filter 16x25x4 / Dirty . Homeowner said he was going to get new one and replace them. Cleaned trap and pump. Tested Capacitors. Capacitor on the outdoor unit was reading 0 and was melted on the common side . I put in a temp cap in to test the rest of the system. I tested all low and high voltage wiring. I tested amp draws . Checked contactor. Tested Air temperature splits and refrigerant charge. While testing I found system low on charge .Apartment building. Checked filter 16x20x4 / clean . Cleaned trap . Checked Capa
Performed ac precision tune up on system. Replaced air filter on unit. Found unit slightly undercharged, start capacitor is corroded, and single pole contactor is heavily worn. Adjusted charge by adding 2 lbs of R22 to system. Set superheat to 15 degf with 67 degf outdoor and 54 degf WB. Removed and installed new contactor and start capacitor for system. Tested operation.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Replaced High Efficiency 413 Air Filter. Checked Humidifier to ensure Damper was closed for the Summer Season. Cleaned Condensation apump and Drain Line. Tested operation of Pump. Measured Refrigerant Levels of System. Signs of Mice in the Control Panel of the Outdoor Unit is present. Inspected wires to ensure their were no issues. System is running to standards.Recommended upgrade to system is an ECM Motor Surge Protector for the Blower Motor. This Surge Protector will help protect the ECM Blower Motor in case of a Power Surge, or irregular Supply Voltage.
Customer indicated unit would shut down intermittently and they would reset breaker to get unit to come back on. Tested system performance and amp draws. Ensured breakers were cool to the touch. Found wet switch sitting directly under EZ trap and small drops of moisture were in vicinity of switch. Checked for leaks at EZ trap, it appears it may be condensation. Relocated wet switch to other side of pump and tested operation.When switch is in water detection state, cycling power to unit will reset switch.No charge -warranty.
Found webstone push fit connector had failed and pipe became removed from fitting. Removed both push fit connectors and replaced with Shark Brand connectors. Filled and tested and cleaned up water. Vapor sensor became wet on unit. Dried out vapor sensor and tested unit operation. Unit started and then shut down. Went to office to get new vapor sensor. Installed sensor an tested operation. Noticed slight propane smell around water heater. Tested for leaks and found small leak at fitting. Tightened connection and tested operation.We will cancel future quality assurance visit for water heater.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Ups for the First Floor System and the Second Floor System. Replaced All Filters. Measured Refrigerant Charge on both systems. Replaced 5 MFD Blower Capacitor for the Second Floor System which was testing at the lowest recommended rating. Included Estimate for Installation of an EZ Trap onto the Second Floor system located in the Attic.Office will contact to finalize billing and schedule an Appointment with Joe for an estimate on replacement for both systems.
No Cooling. Found indoor coil frozen up and air filter blocked with construction dust. Removed and replaced filter and put fan in on and turned system off. Informed customer to leave in that position for 3-4 hours and put old towels around unit to prevent water from leaking into carpets. Cannot complete tune up procedures with a frozen coil.Office will call tomorrow to schedule ac tune up on system under plan and move thermostat.Ran wire, moved thermostat and wired up. Tested operation. Changed filter , and performed precision ac tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications.
Attic system. AC Tune Up . Checked filter . Clean . Tested condensate and blew out condensate pipe with co2 . Tested Capacitors. Checked contactor on outdoor unit . Tested amp draws and voltages. Tested air temperature splits and refrigerant charge. System is running to factory standards.Replaced 5 burners in the basement indoor unit that needed to be replaced and was on order. Combustion tested unit afterwards, tested overall system and system is running to factory standards.
Basement system , AC Tune Up . Checked filter/Clean . Checked condensate trap . Condensate goes into the slab so I cleaned it out with co2 . Tested Capacitors and electrical connections. Tested amp draws and voltages. Tested refrigerant charge and air temperature splits. Tested overall system and system is running to factory standards.
Performed precision air conditioning tune up. Washed filters and cleaned EZ Trap and Condensation Pump. Tested operation of Condensation Pump. We found water at the base of the return box of the indoor unit. We checked condensate Pan and tested for leaks by adding a gallon of water to it. The most likely cause is the restriction of the airflow by the filter which resulted in the Evaporator Coil freezing and producing extra water. We informed the customer to keep an eye on the system for any excess leaks. Refrigerant measured at recommended levels.Outdoor capacitor was out of range. It is rated 45/5 mfd but measured 42/5. After speaking with homeowner, he gave us the approval to replace it. We did not have a Dual Capacitor on hand so we used 2 separate capacitors instead. We are charging him for the price for one Dual Capacitor instead of two separate capacitors. We installed and testedSystem is running at operational standards.
Maintenance performed in job #8514
Performed precision ac tune up. Changed filter 16/25/1. System is running to manufacture specifications. Outdoor unit is directly in front of dryer vent. Washed coil off but will be a problem in future.Repaired humidifer with new solenoid and tested operation . Also performed maintenance on humidifer and changed pad # 10.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up. Changed filter customer supplied. While testing refrigerant charge, readings were within range but running less efficient. System may struggle to keep home cool on extra hot days.
Upon arrival found system running. Performed combustion testing, temperature splits, checked flame senser, tubing, burners, wiring, and function. 15 year old systemBurners were corroded and would recommend replacing them.
Performed precision ac tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications. Changed filter.Recommend replacing contactor and capacitor for outdoor unit. Contactor has signs of corrosion and capacitor is out of range. Estimates are included. Current capacitor is reading below recommended levels. It is rated 50/3, measured at 46/3. Acceptable level would be at least 47. Recommend replacing to avoid future issues with the equipment. Current contactor has corrosion and charring on contacts. Recommend replacing to avoid future problems.
Found leaking valve Solenoid on humidifer is stuck open and causing water to continuously pour in causing the water pad to deteriorate faster and creating a leak.
Found cap off of the 6" pipe . I reinstalled the cap and metal taped it .
AC Tune Up . When I first started testing I found the breaker off on the outdoor unit . I switched it back and tested system . Changed filter . Checked condensate Pump . Tested Capacitors. Tested airflow . Tested refrigerant charge and temperature splits. Tested amp draws . System is running to factory standards.
Performed precision heat tune ups on all three systems System 3 all ok. Filter 16/25/1 System 2 outdoor capacitor 55/5 below recommended rating. Filter 16/25/1 needs changed System 1outdoor thermostat wire is bare and chewed by some type of creature. Also indoor condensate connection going through the unit on the heat side is leaking. Filter (2) 16/16/1 needs changed
We will run a new 6" flex duct across the basement and up through wall cavity in false wall that will be installed in the kitchen area. We will cut in a new floor register for the second floor bedroom.We will cut out the drywall in first floor ceiling and cut out the bottom and top plates of 2 bays to cross connect the second floor return to the basement. We will pan off the associated bays in the basement and install a 6" collar and run a new 6" flex duct and connect to main return duct.We will pan off the 2 open cutouts in the main return trunk for the first floor. We will pan off the bays associated with the new return for the master bedroom that will be carried down to the basement by the main header and support column. We will install a collar and run a new 8" flex duct from the collar and connect to main return trunk.We will run a new 6" flex duct in basement and connect to a 6" oval round wall stack that will run up the interior false wall created in the kitchen. Th
Performed precision ac tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications . Replaced filter 413
Perfomed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on the First Floor and Second Floor Systems. Replaced the 16x25x1 and 16x16x1 Air Filters for both Systems. Cleaned Condensation Pump and tested Operation. Checked Refrigerant Charge on both systems. First floor thermostat was working intermittently. Found Battery terminals heavily corroded. Recommend replacement of Thermostats if issue continues.While testing refrigerant on stage Second Floor System, found to be low on refrigerant. Added 2lbs of R-22 Refrigerant into the system to get Superheat to designated level of 10 Degrees. Check Temperature Differential of system.Their is no access to the Condensation Pipe on the Second Floor System in the Attic. Unit is sitting in a Drain Pan but no Wet Switch Safety Device is installed. Recommend installing an EZ Trap onto the Condensation Drain Pipe and installing a Wet Switch in the Drain Pan.
Responded to a no Heat call. On the first unit (labeled unit #2) that we diagnosed, we found that the emergeny heat switch at the top of the basement stairs was off. On the second unit we diagnosed (labeled unit #3) we found that the burners were corroded and dirty. We cleaned them off and cycled the unit on and off numerous times to make sure the unit functions properly. Spoke to the homeowner and recommended that they sign up for a yearly maintenance plan for all three systems and they agreed. I told the home We would contact the media Friday to set up a maintenance.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Replaced High Efficiency 413 Air Filter. Cleaned Condensation Pump and Drain Line. Tested operation of Pump. Checked Electrical Components on the Indoor and Outdoor Units. Tested Refrigerant Charge on system.While onsite, inspected Hot Water Heater which has a Manufacturerâ€™s Date of July 22, 2004. Water Heaters last on average 10-12 Years. Recommend replacement of the 50 Gallon PowerVent Natural Gas Water Heater.