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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Friendly and Professional
Richard - Chester Springs, PA
Did a great for us replacing the filters and servicing the system.
Dutch - Chester Springs, PA
Great , he was very helpful
Dino - Chester Springs, PA
Kurt was very knowledgeable and thourgh.
Great service. Fast and convenient. Very friendly too.
Len - Chester Springs, PA
Chris - Chester Springs, PA
As always! Can’t say enough about how professional, knowledgeable and service oriented DiBiasi is. Always pleased.
Marybeth - Chester Springs, PA
Cindy - Chester Springs, PA
Luis was awesome!
All went well!
Terry - Chester Springs, PA
My Tenants were there and let your person into the Townhouse to do his work. They texted me after the visit and told me “all went great”... Usually, I am there and talk with the workers and would be able to give you more information...I personally have never had a problem with the workers...Knowledgeable, pleasant, focused on the job, cleaned up areas, arrived on time....overall great!
Ray - Chester Springs, PA
Competent and Professional Follow-up Service
Joseph - Chester Springs, PA
This was a follow-up check on a potential refrigerant leak. A very slow leak was discovered. Kurt showed me where the fluorescent dye was showing on an indoor coil. He then measured the system pressures and found that almost no refrigerant was lost during the 1 month elapsed period. Kurt discussed all the repair or replace options and answered my questions. I decided on a "wait and see" strategy for now. Very satisfied with how this service problem was handled. Five stars.
Furnace and air conditioning installation
Samantha - Chester Springs, PA
Michael - Chester Springs, PA
I had an annual checkup for my gas furnaces. The guys were very polite and professional. Luis explained everything they did and answered all my questions. Very happy with the service.
Great Service and good price point!
Greg - Chester Springs, PA
Kurt was great...very professional
Roger - Chester Springs, PA
Kurt was great...very professional
Dino - Chester Springs, PA
friendly and professional
Great service plus an education.
Joseph - Chester Springs, PA
My problem: Heat pump gradually stopped cooling over a period af about 1 month. Service diagnosis: Very slow refrigerant leak. What was done: Refrigerant was added to immediatly restore normal operation along with a fluorecent dye to enable inspection and location of the leak at a later time. Education: Learned that as the AC cools the air it dehumidifies. (I knew this) What I didn't know was that the dehumidification is the reverse of evaporation. Evaporation cools the air. Dehumidification heats the air the same amount as the air was cooled on evaporation. So this heating effect fights the AC trying to cool until the humidity is removed. Then the temperature starts to drop. This effect is most noticeable after the AC has been off for a long time and the house is hot and humid.
Inezn - Chester Springs, PA
Texts were very friendly, helpful and professional.
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
Heat pump problem, same problem as last time we were here, high pressure code in communicated system, found exposed high pressure wire making contact customer copper, fixed wire and check heat pump operation ok pressure 320/80 cycle heat pump ok check airflow 1300 cfm
Performed heat pump check up check electrical low and high ok replace filter check and test electric back up ok check split ok, check outdoor unit capacitor and contactor ok test defrost check 410 pressures ok outdoor temp is 23F 280/60 cycle unit ok would recommend ac renew additive to lubricate internal parts from compressor, and also all valves, this will help reduce noise and all internal moving parts(txv,reversing valve, and compressor) will be lubricated
Service call that the Heat was not working. Upon arrival found Indoor Temperature at 60 Degrees with the Thermostat calling for heat. Found all Zones calling for Heat but the Furnace was not running. The Blower Motor was drawing amps and trying to run but could not start due to the Blower Capacitor rating being very low. The 16x25x1 Air Filter was very dirty and was blocking Air Flow. This lack of Air Flow will strain the Blower Motor and cause it to draw more power. Received approval for repair and Replaced Blower Motor capacitor. Installed a new 16x25x1 Air Filter. Inspected Flame Sensor and put system back in operation. Cycled system to ensure it was firing properly. The Exhaust Vent Piping is leaking at the Transition Fitting at the Furnace. Due to being glued, the Transition Pipe at the Inducer Motor would have to be replaced and a new Section of new 2â€ PVC venting installed. Exhaust is rusting the outside of the furnace cabinet and into the Blower Cabinet Base. Included estim
Found system reset, but homeowner had taken a picture of the code it was a high pressure lockout code. Found dirty 20x20x1 air filter, replaced with one homeowner had and tested out system. Hooked up gauges and found pressures to be within specks 274/72 410a at outside temp of 30 degrees. System also went through defrost when I was on site. Did no see any further issue at time of service.
Performed 6 month inspection on amana heatpump. Found on the service sheet that the air filter should be a 20x24x1. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Also found in floor loop was air locked , purged out small amount of air now loop is hot, and pressure is around 30 psi. System is working fine at time of service.
Performed gas heat tune up, check electrical low an high ok, replace filter, check manifold gas pressure clean sensor combustion test cycle furnace check split ok, noticed blower compartment and wheel very dirty quoted for cleaning customer ok cleaned blower wheel and blower housing, also clean secondary heat exchanger cycle unit ok
Found that from water pressure being to high it had damaged the pressure relief valve on the water heater also. Valve is very corroded. Had pressure relief valve on the truck , replaced and re- checked water pressure. It was at 55 psi.
Removed line and found no water coming out of saddle valve. Found broken saddle valve. Replaced saddle valve and tested humidifier, humidifier is working fine again, had no leaks. Talked to homeowner about valve, told him the less he opens and closes valve the better, this can break the valve.
When I arrived found that thermostat was just saying â€œhumidifer padâ€ which is just a reminder. Explained to homeowner that the thermostat setting is on a timer and this just comes up after a a set period of time. Showed homeowner how to reset.
Performed precision heat tune up on trane gas furnace. 16x25x1 air filter is clean. Checked all electrical conections and components. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked gas pressure and performed combustion test. Also recommended replacing 50 gallon hot water heater due to age. Homeowner is interested in 75 gallon water heater. Also did a water test and found waterto be 9 grains hard. Recommend water softer. Gas furnace tested out fine at time of service. 1/10/20. Replaced both water feed tubes and cleaned both humidifier trays and installed new Aprilaire #35 pads.
Had Joseph turn on thermostat to heat pump. ( this heat pump is the heat pump with the service plan) heat pump came on . Compressor is starting to sound rough on this heat pump. Running amps are 8.2. 40/5 mf cap tested at 41/5.10 mf. Readings are good. Checked refrigerant pressures they were fine. Had a 31 degree temperature rise . Calculated the btu out put had around 33,000 btu,s very good. Only thing we noticed was thermostat was a little dim when I went up to adjust temperature. Found no c terminal on this thermostat. Replaced batteries with ones he provided. Recommend any more issues to replace this thermostat. Joesph said he would take care of this.
Checked water leak, found water heater pressure temperature relief valve leaking. Checked water pressure, to house, getting 80 psi. Checked expansion tank it has failed. Checked pressure reducing valve, valve is failed. Tried to lower pressure and pressure continues to climb. Need to replace pressure reducing valve and t-5 expansion tank. 12/23/19. Installed new pressure reducing valve and expansion tank. Checked water pressure at the bottom of water heater. Standing pressure was 53 psi. After water heater heated for a little bit pressure only went up around 65 psi. Pressure seems to be stable now and is working fine.
Performed gas heat check up check electrical low an high ok replace air filter, check gas pressure clean flame sensor and performed combustion test ok cycle furnace ok, also during same visit installed customer supplied thermostat ecobee and added humidifier wiring to thermostat went over settings and test humidifier from thermostat ok
Checked over outdoor heatpump. Refrigerant pressures were 354/79 410a at 25 degrees outside temp. Checked capacitor readings they were 48/5.29. Capacitor is a 45/5 mf capacitor. Also checked to make sure electrical conections were tight at outdoor heat pump. Also put system through defrost mode , system does not need any refrigerant at time of service.
Found 5mf cap testing low at 3.2 mf. Replaced capacitor. Found furnace running fine when I arrived. Found dirty 14x24x1 air filter. Recommend we due a tune up since it has not been done in a while. Homeowner signed up for membership. Told homeowner if issue whould happen again to give us the code at the furnace diagnostic lights. Performed precision heat tune up on Lennox gas furnace. Replaced 14x24x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked gas pressure, and performed combustion test. Gas furnace is working fine at time of service.
Performed heating maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Checked burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started gas furnace, tested limit and safety switches. Measured fuel pressures and performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Amana Heat Pump system. Replaced Aprilaire 313 Filter. Inspected Electrical Components on indoor and outdoor units. Measured refrigerant Charge in Heating mode and tested Auxiliary Heat Kit. System operating to standards at this time.
Performed heating maintenance on heat pump, checked air filter. Checked v, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Tested gas backup heat. Started heat pump, tested defrost cycle. Measured BTUâ€™s. Checked operation and temperature rise across coil.
Performed heating maintenance, checked air filter ok. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Blew out condensate trap and drain. Found condensate pump slow to pump, found collapsed discharge vinyl. Replaced condensate pump discharge vinyl. Filled condensate pump and tested. Started gas furnace, measured fuel pressures. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Checked no heat complaint, found furnace locked out on limit. Checked blower, found blower wheel blew apart. Need to replace blower wheel. Removed blower assembly, removed blower motor and wheel. Replaced blower wheel. Installed blower motor and wheel. Installed blower assembly. Wired blower motor. Started gas furnace and checked operation.
Installed a new amana gas heater. Adapted duct work as needed. Put the existing ac coil on top of a box to get the height required. Ran flue piping threw the garage and out by the garage. Extend exhaust flue pass support beam for deck. Ran a new condensate drain with a new pump. Pumped water in to existing termination. Ran a new electrical box with a switch and and an outlet. Replaced air filter 16â€/25â€/1â€. Performed a combustion test and checked unit in heating and cooling. Unit is running at manufacture specifications.
Did precision heater tune up for new amana gas furnace. Checked and set gas pressures. Combustion analysis of furnace was completed, cleaned flame sensor and blew out all drains. Cycled thermostat and changed April air 413 filter. Switched humidifer to winter mode, Also serviced humidifier. New pad and cleaned out housing for pad and humidifer. All systems operating up to factory standards.
Performed precision heat tune up on lp trane gas furnace. Replaced (2) 16x20x1 air filters. Checked all electrical conections and components. Found weak blower capacitor. Replaced 15 mf cap and tested. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked gas pressure and performed combustion test. Homeowner was also talking about how 1 st floor zone was over heating past set temp. Found thermostat upstairs to be slightly inaccurate. Homeowner is going to change themselves at this time. Told them if they had any further issues to give us a call to further research over heating issue. Homeowner had $30.00 off coupon for repair.
Checked condensation on duct work, found rust stains on b-venting running from furnace. Pipe is dry at this time. Furnace is located next to ares that leaked. Top of furnace and inside of furnace is covered in white power and there is rust everywhere around furnace. Water must be leaking from b-vent. Checked humidity and due point, reading 38% humidity and 41 degree due point. Need quote to replace 80% furnace with 90% direct vent furnace
Performed Quality Assurance On recently installed Amana Gas Furnace. Completed Checklist form in system. Checked Gas Piping at the Furnace using Leak Bubbles. Took Air Temperature readings. Reviewed installation with homeowner.