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.
We do this by providing the fastest services from the most qualified technicians in the Chester Springs, PA area. See what your neighbors are saying about our unshakable customer-first service!
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Great service, awesome price
Delfi - Chester Springs, PA
P family - Chester Springs, PA
Great work as always. Honest expert recommendations, respectful of our home, efficient service. We are very satisfied!
Jai - Chester Springs, PA
Great service at reasonable price.
Jai - Chester Springs, PA
Very professional and qualified technicians!
Fantastic Service, Responsive, Right Price
Chris - Chester Springs, PA
These guys do a great job!
Great Service! Thank you
Emi - Chester Springs, PA
Kurt arrived on time and was super friendly. He was thorough and worked quickly. I’m very pleased.
Prompt and efficient service
Leon - Chester Springs, PA
Excellent experience. Would use again for future jobs
Very courteous and efficient service
Forrest - Chester Springs, PA
Great service - both from the office and from the technicians
Tilo - Chester Springs, PA
Dino - Chester Springs, PA
Positive Repair Experience
Joseph - Chester Springs, PA
I'm new customer. Found a problem my previous provider overlooked. Repair cost was reasonable. Technician was professional, competent and courteous.
Robert - Chester Springs, PA
Luis did a thorough job checking over my system as well as educating me on how it works.
Thomas - Chester Springs, PA
Chris was remarkably thorough and communicative with lots of information about options open to us. Instead of pressure to take the expensive way, he provided ideas on how to simplify and save. The service itself was excellent.
Jim - Chester Springs, PA
Great service. Technician explained everything clearly
Yang - Chester Springs, PA
Marybeth - Chester Springs, PA
Jamie - Chester Springs, PA
We have used many HVAC companies and found a true gem in DiBiasi! Professional, knowledgeable, courteous and prompt. We have used them for maintenance for nearly 4 years and just recently replaced our 12 year old system with wonderful success. Thank you DiBiasi!
Ellen - Chester Springs, PA
Chris - Chester Springs, PA
Service call on upstairs A/C
Michael - Chester Springs, PA
Excellent service. I requested an appointed to get my upstairs A/C unit checked out, suspecting that it needed a recharge. I got a call back from Steve right away saying someone could come out in the afternoon between 2 and 4. Dan and Nate arrived shortly after 2 and checked it out. They were very friendly and professional. After taking a look they said the refrigerant was low and needed a charge. They gave me a estimate for the work which I agreed to and were able to finish the work quickly. Overall a very good experience.
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
Performed electronic leak search and found leak in evaporator coil. Also checked over outdoor coil found no leaks at this time. Called distributer and found out the manufacture date was 2017. Checked 410a pressures at 91 degrees they were 315/83 definitely low on charge. Called and ordered coil. 8/20/19 . Installed new coil,leak tested at 300 psi nitrogen and bubble checked. Vacuumed system down to 310 microns and test run system. Opened valves and added refrigerant charge by superheat, and psychometer. Pressures were 362/136 at 91 degrees. With a superheat of 9.8. Delta t of 22 degrees, system is backup and working again.
Checked indoor coil iceing up, checked coil itâ€™s clear of ice. Set thermostat to cooling, checked refrigerant charge, found under charged. Declined topping off charge but wants leak search done.Need to schedule leak search
Replaced master bedroom thermostat with customer supplied ecobe thermostat, connected common, configured thermostat. Cycled air conditioner. Wrapped supply plenum and trunk to the zone dampers. Checked basement humidity levels, found 62%rh and 60 dew point. Recommend installing dehumidifier to control basement humidity.All done at no charge.
New furnace with coil and ac installed unit set and leveled with new whip and disconnect we flushed the line set and re connected pressure checked and vacuumed down with a triple evacuation. Held at 322 microns for 10 minutes installed new pump eztrap and vinyl to discharge line. Converted to propane system wired in r to shut system down. 1.8 pounds of refrigerant was added to the system.The second furnace was installed and reconnected the metal under the coil. Changed vinyl discharge re wired tested out the complete system everything was good. Gas presssures were set and tested for leaks. No leaks combustion test was preformed on both units.Thermostat needs connected to WiFi when quality assurance is completed.Both systems are 16x24x1 filters
Found that since Brian added r 410a refrigerant about 3 to 4 weeks ago refrigerant levels are still ok at this point. Pressures were 272/122 at 74 degrees outside. Told homeowner this does not mean that the a/c has stopped leaking refrigerant at this time and donâ€™t know how long it will last. Went up in attic and found that the aux drain pan has an auxiliary drain coming off of it where the fitting with the gasket was loose tightened up and sealed with caulk. Also recommended replacing float switch with wet switch to shut off system earlier before it causes a water leak outside the pan. Installed wet switch. Also tested evaporator coil pan with pitcher of water to make sure it drained properly, drained ok. From talking to the homeowner it should like the water came from the pan fitting not sealing and soaking the insulation and eventually going out of the drywall. Explained to homeowner how wet switch works.
Replaced indoor txv and leak checked with soap bubbles. Vacuumed down system to 400 microns and released charge back into system from outdoor unit.Ran system in cooling mode and checked pressures r410 a. Pressures were 323/117 at 84 degrees. System has a 22 degree split at evaporator coil. Homeowner also had concern with two of the supplies that were zoned. Found that there is some bleeding of the dampers at very end of trunk run. Found office supply closed at powered damper as it should be. For this room this is a normal bleed out of air. Then other supply at bottom of steps is one that we did not replace at install but is an older damper that is letting through a decent amount of air. Found a Manuel damper in pipe run closed off as much as possible to help with air flow.
Performed two ac check ups, on heat pump side, check electrical low and high ok flushed drain ok check split ok, replace both high efficiency filters, 213 and 413 check outdoor units 410 pressures capacitor and contactor ok cycle units ok recommended adding air purifiers to each system to improve indoor air quality
Performed cooling maintenance on first floor air conditioner, found coil iced up. Ran heat and thawed coil, replaced rp413 media filter. Cleaned condensate drain and pump. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge, found low sub cooling, added refrigerant, found a restricted txv.Need to replace txv coil model 4PXCDU60BS3HAAA Serial #: 18301LNRCG
Completed Quality Assurance On recently Installed Amana AC System. Tested the EZ Trap to ensure it was shutting the system down. Reviewed installation with Homeowner. Completed Checklist Form in System.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air, inspected cooling coil. Cleaned condensate drain and pump. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed cooling maintenance checked media air filter ok, inspected cooling coil, blew out condensate trap. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Installed new Bradford white 50 gallon natural gas hot water heater with flood stop saftey and expansion tank. Checked joints for leaks and purged water system of air as much as possible. Checked operation of flood stop valve by opening and closing powered valve. Showed homeowner how to operate valve with flood stop control. Also showed homeowner the temperature settings on the control valve.
No ac second floor upon arrival found unit off, set thermostat to call for ac, check filter blower runs, supply 63 return 75 check outdoor unit pressures piston back pressure is at 100 high super heat and low sub cooling quoted to perform leak search, found evaporator coil leaking, quoted for repairs, and also emailed quote to replace ac unit,
Performed Quality Assurance Inspection on Amana System. Reviewed Installation with Homeowner. PECO Account is documented in Notes. Completed Checklist Form in System.
Installed a new 4 ton coil on top of existing furnace. Modified duct work as need and taped and sealed up all joints. Ran new copper lines to outdoor unit. Sealed all penetration threw the wall. Brazed and Pressure tested lines for leaks up to 350 psi. Evacuated nitro and let vacuum down to 320 microns for 10 minutes. Ran a new condensate drain with an ez trap and a new pump . Ran new vinyl tubing over to sump pump. Tested pump with water. Checked charge on ac and subcooling was at 8.3 And the tempature split was 26 degrees . Unit is running at manufacture specifications.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned condensate drain and pump. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed gas heater check up check electrical low and high ok clean flame sensor and burners gas pressure ok combustion test on heater ok, noticed inducer transition cracked quoted for repairs customer ok installed new transition adapter and test heater cycle ok 16x16x1 filters
Serviced humidifier, reset service reminder. Serviced humidifier, cleaned and replaced water panel, cleaned trap and drain.
Performed cooling maintenance, cleaned electronic air cleaner, found cells are failing at contacts. Recommend replacing with disposable filter 20x25x4 Inspected cooling coil, cleaned condensate drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, started air conditioners, checked refrigerant charge, found slightly undercharged. Due to age and condition recommend replacing system in the off season. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil. Air conditioner is still cooling but is losing capacity.
Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new whip, pad, surge protector, and Amana condenser. Reconnected electrical and brazed in lineset. Ran new 3 inch venting and added goose neck to water heater exhaust. Installed new he air filter, auxiliary pan, wet switch, ez trap, and condensate pump. Installed new Amana gas furnace and coil. Reconnected ductwork and sealed properly. Brazed in coil and pressure tested lineset to 300 psi. Leak checked, no leaks found. Evacuated to 172 microns. Reconnected gas and electric. Leak checked gas. No leaks found. Reattached existing zone panel to unit. Updated unit and tested. Adjusted gas pressures. Delta t 27. Static .7. System working properly at time of install.
Performed precision ac tune up on Goodman ac. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Blew out condensate drain and tested pump with water. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Homeowner showed me that the metal plenum had been sweating at indoor coil, told him it is beacause of the humidity in the basement. he has some grills in the duct told him to open them up some and also run the dehumidifier more. If this doesnâ€™t work plenum would need insulated. System is working fine at time of service.
Performed Quality Assurance On Recently Installed Amana AC system for the Second Floor of the Home. Reviewed installation and corrected several minor issues with Air Gaps at the Coil. Completed Checklist Form in System. Overall this was a very nice looking installation.
Condensation from ductwork, check and operation system ok all settings ok all zones working ok, noticed when on,y one zone is calling system is at 100 could not find how modulation heaters work on how to bring 2 stage, also customer would like to talk to higher up to see what we can do to eliminate sweating I would talk to joe tomorrow about situation
Performed ac check up, check electrical low and high ok replace filter, flushed drain test pump and check split ok supply 52 return 73 outdoor unit r22 pressures ok capacitor and contactor ok coil is clean cycle unit ok recommended replacing water heater Office will call customer to schedule water heater installation date
Ac not able to keep up, upon arrival found stat satisfied at 73 set stat to 65 and check split supply 66 return 73 check outdoor unit 410 pressures 200/105 with 0 sub cooling and 30 super heat system is low on charge 410 quoted for repairs added 7 lbs 410 to bring sub cooling to 8 super heat is now 13 supply temp 53 return temp 73 also added due to system