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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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
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)
Replace Air Handler, Blower Capacitor, and install UV light treatment system for unit 4 (second floor). Replace 45x10 MFD Capacitor for second floor Heat Pump. Install ECM Protector for Unit 3. After installing mentioned repairs, went over system, cycle and test outdoor heat pump and blower ok, also showed customer UV light system operation
Found bottom of 75 gallon natural gas water heater leaking. Water heater needs replaced. Will need pan for water heater with 2 ft of 1" pvc pipe and cap for homeowner to be able to drain pan if water heater would leak. Also need new st5 expansion tank. Re use tract pipe gas line and drip leg. Adapt to exsisting 3 " pvc exhaust vent with fittings as needed. Water heater includes new gas valve and inducer moter. Need 2 new pro press 90's , pro press tee , 3 pro press female adapters. Short piece of 3/4 pex , copper to pex adapter. 3/4 pex coupler , and rings. Water alarm also included. Bradford white warranty is 6 years, Dibiase heating and cooling gives a 2 year guarantee on labor.
Performed a/c tune up on Carrier a/c. Changed washable filter with another one homeowner provided. Found no good way to blow out condensate, so installed ez trap system. Also found outdoor fan running but compressor not always starting. Found good capacitor, so installed spp8 e hard start for compressor , now compressor is starting every time. Also checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at both indoor and outdoor units. System is running fine at time of service.
Performed two ac checks ups, attic and basement units, check electrical low and high ok replace both filter, 16x25x1 each unit, check outdoor units r22 pressures contactor and capacitor ok, on attic unit noticed ez trap float switch not working some times, would recommend replacing ez trap, also condensation pump in the basement is sharing attic and basement unit, found pump not discharging correctly, would recommend replacing pump, and ez trap, also install wet switch for protection ...quoted for repairs,
Performed Six-Month Inspection on Trane Gas Furnace/AC system. Turned System to Cooling Mode to test Operation. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system and added 8oz of 410-A Refrigerant to increase Subcooling to the Recommended 8 Degrees. Checked Supply and Return Air Temperature Splits. Inspected High Efficiency 413 Air Filter. Filter was starting to get dirty, but was overall in good condition and did not need to be changed at this time. Air Flow for Cooling was at 1200 CFMâ€™s for a 3-Ton AC system. Turned Humidifier off and Closed Damper for the season. Inspected EZ Trap and Condensation Pump to ensure they were clean. Insulated a section of Refrigerant Pipe that was not fully insulated. System is operating to standards at this time.Please see attached estimate for Service Membership.
Upon arrival noticed system had already been vacuumed down so we switched to adding charge we added 8.0 ounces of refrigerant to the system. Checked air filter was ok. Switched humidifier over to summer from winter. Wrapped coil to simulate hotter day for proper charge. Checked pressure and delta t as well. Caulked around old condensate discharge line outside..
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on Amana System. Replaced High Efficiency Air Filter with Filter provided by Homeowner. Cleaned Condensation Pump and AC Drain Line. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system using. Hanging Jacket to simulate higher outdoor Temperatures. System is operating to standards.Recommend installing an ECM Motor Surge Protector onto the Blower Motor. The ECM Blower Motors can be sensitive to Power Surges and Power spikes. The one time Surge Protector can help protect the Blower Motor in that type of power event.
Water leak from heater, unit # 3 we previously work on this unit for same problems, furnace trap leaking, reattached hose clamp and pour water from furnace secondary port, ok draining ok, would recommend replacing trap and tubing, if problem still exists customer will call Offcie if wants repairs to be done
Performed precision a/c tune up. Replaced Lennox 16x25x5 air filter homeowner provided. Checked all electrical components and connections. Blew out condensate drain. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures. Did find some oily substance around joints going into air handler sprayed with soap and had no bubbles. Recommend zap pro surge protector for outdoor heat pump. System is running fine at time of service.
Performed two ac check ups, check electrical low and high ok replce both filters, flushed drains ok test pump, check outdoor units 410 contactor and capacitors ok, noticed attic unit does have a wet switch but no ez trap, ez trap are highly recommend in attic units in case drain line gets clogged installed and test ez trap ok,
Performed 6 month inspection check electrical low and high ok flushed drain and test pump ok replace filter, 16x25x1 check split ok check outdoor unit 410 pressures ok contactor and capacitor ok cycle ac unit ok noticed water heater is 10 years old would recommend replacing water heater
Performed precision a/c tune up. Found dirty 413 air filter so replaced. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain and tested operation of pump. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures. System is running fine at time of service.
When I arrived found water all around furnace at end of basement. Found that the one plastic hose clamp had loosened up causing hose to fall of furnace trap. Replaced plastic hose clamp with metal one and dried up water around furnace. Also dumped water down tubing to flush out and test connections. Replaced 2 16x25x1 air filters . Homeowner does not want to renew service contracts due to moving soon.
When I arrived homeowner showed me where he was noticed the water at and said it only happens when the a/c is running. Checked condensate drain, it was open. Also did a quick check of the a/c pressure , a little bit cool but pressures were 168/103. Did notice some moisture had previously been around intake area . Installed fitting to drain any excess moisture from intake pipe. Told homeowner if any further issues occur to give us a call while issue is happening.
Performed 4 peco heat pump check ups, check electrical low and high test back up electric heat ok replce filters, check split ok both coils are clean indoor and outdoor, check refrigerant pressures ok test defrost ok, flushed drain test pumps ok, made recommendations for second floor heat pump up light treatment and ecm motor protector for main house system
No heat, found heater locked out on ignition , found defective flame sensor, and some loose electrical connections on board, quoted for repairs, and quoted for surge supression system, and also service plan, customer ok the items above and repairs, made all necessary repairs and installed new sensor, and surge system and cycle heater ok replce filter, Offcie will called customer to shedule first ac maintenance later next month.....
Performed precision a/c tune up. Cleaned out condensate pump , and all drain lines. Replaced 14x25x1 air filter. Inspected indoor evaporator coil , checked electrical components and conections. Also checked refrigerant levels at outdoor a/c unit. Wrapped coil for testing purposes. System is working well at time of service.
Performed heat pump check up, check back up heat ok filter needs replace. 20x25x4 check electrical low and high ok check split ok outdoor unit 410 pressures ok both coils are clean noticed outdoor fan motor running at .90 amps and itâ€™s rated at .92 amps, cycle heat pump ok capacitor and contactor ok
When I arrived homeowner had mentioned that the aux heat is not working. Tested aux heat at indoor air handler and strip heat was drawling 20.7 amps and duct was at 85 degrees discharge temp with aux heat running by itself. Replaced contactor only at outdoor heat pump , homeowner does not like Titian brand. Then performed precision heat tune on Goodman heat pump. Checked all electrical conections and tested all components and checked refrigerant pressures. Also washed out washable filter.
Water in the pan every time they use the ac, run ac unit for more than one hour did not see any water/condensation coming from unit, outdoor temp is 49 and indoor temp is 68, recheck drain, hoses ok, still canâ€™t find out where water is coming from, we need to return, outdoor temp has to be at least 70 outside for to check ac unit correctly, with current temps it is very hard to check system there is not much load in the house,
Found 240 volt 1 1/2 pole contactor burned up on the Goodman outdoor heat pump. System was running fine during my visit but contactor is going to quite all together. Homeowner should like us to find an American contactor and a new 40/5 mf 440v capacitor for heat pump. He is going to purchase a bleed resister which we can install on the contactor when we order the parts. Also tested indoor heat strip to make sure it was working and it was drawling 20.7 amps on a 5 kw strip very good will need to get back to homeowner on part replacement, once parts are located.
Performed a precision tune up on the heat side of the heat pump. Replaced the filter in the electronic air cleaner, cleaned drain and condensate pump, tested heat strips, the contactors for the heat strips were very burnt (recommended replacing both contactors), tested all motors, checked coils and refrigerant levels, tested all electrical components and defrost cycle. System has a 50 deg temp rise. Home is a single family home. Recommended the maintenance agreement.
Found that vinyl hose to condensate went out side and was frozen due to heat tape failure. Re ran new 3/8 vinyl hose to sewer and made a trap in hose and checked for leaks, no leaks and furnace is back up and going again. The wifi issue only started when the vinyl hose was freezing. A/c breaker was also left off after install turned back on.
Performed precision heat tune on Rheem gas furnace. checked all electrical conections, moters. Cleaned out all pressure switch tubing and condensate drain lines. Furnace is running in good working order at time of service. Also found mana block plumbing manifold at fitting going to the master bath tub. Found fitting to be barley finger tight , so took apart fitting to make sure there was no cracks, fitting was fine just needed to be snugged up with wrench. Examined for leaks.
Reason of call, wet switch tripped, upon arrival talked to customer about problem, problem only happens ones or twice but only when they use the AC, UPON arrival found heater running no water in the pan, check all drain ok check evaporator coil pan addded 1 gallon ok draining ok, check other potential sources no signs of water leaking, adjust airflow to 350 com per ton lowered from 400 com