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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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)
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on the First Floor and Second Floor Systems. Replaced the 16x25x1 Air Filter for the First Floor System and the two 16x16x1 Air Filters for the Second Floor System. Tested Electrical Components on both systems. Removed Burners and Cleaned. Performed Humdifier Service for the First Floor Unit. Tested operation of Humdifier. All Dampers are open and the Humidistat is set to 35%. Performed Combustion Analysis on both systems while measuring Gas Pressure and Air Temperatures. Both systems are operating to standards at this time.
Had been onsite the previous day to install a new Pilot Assembly on the Second Floor System. After installing the Pilot Assembly performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace to verify operation. Combustion Numbers were not to standards. Returned to site to inspect system and evaluate the integrity of the Heat Exchanger. Visual Inspection of the Heat Exchanger shows that it is very rusted. Performed Multiple tests on the Heat Exchanger to determine if there was a crack present. While the Heat Exchanger is in poor condition, the Integrity does not seem to have failed. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace. Oxygen levels were High around 16%, Carbon Monoxide was around 100 PPM, and the Flue Gas Temperature was measured at 132 Degrees. Spoke with Technical Support about Combustion Issues, and need to follow up with them. Turned System off at this time. While the Heat Exchanger seems to be safe, the system is running very poorly. Do not recommend running the system for safety reasons. Overal
Had previously been onsite due to the Second Floor Heat not working and had found the Pilot Assembly had failed. Ordered the replacement Pilot Assembly and returned to site to install. Removed the failed Pilot Assembly and installed the replacement Assembly. Put system in operation and tested. While testing the system found that the Burner mainfold was experiencing intermittent Flame Bursts at the orifices. Performed Combustion Analysis of of Furnace and found Oxygen Levels to be high and the CO (Carbon Monoxide) Levels to be between 115-150 PPM. Inspected the Heat Exchanger which is excessively rusted and in very poor Condition. Performed Smoke Test on Heat Exchanger which was not definitive. Measured Gas Pressure at the Manifold which was reading around 9.8" WC. Removed the Manifold Assembly and removed On of the Orifices to inspect the Manifold. Did not find any Moisture or debris in the Manifold. Turned System off and would not recommend operating system until we can return to rein
Performed two gas heaters inspection check electrical low and high clean sensor burners ok gas pressures ok combustion test cycle heaters ok check split filters ok blower caps ok will need new filters for spring
No heat found heater off upon arrival set stat to call for heat for undo last burner would not ignite, check and clean burners and orificies removed blockage at orificies, cycle couple times ok combustion test ok
No heat found the orifice for the gas pilot clogged and not letting propane through. I tried to blow it out with co2 with no luck . I would recommend to replace the pilot and orifice and test out . I would also recommend to have the system maintenance . Before I left I shut the power and gas off to the furnace. The part will have to be ordered on Monday being it is Saturday and they are closed . The office will contact the homeowner Monday with the price and availability for the part and a day we can do the maintenance . Homeowner had a email for the 159.00$ special .
Found low voltage wire for outdoor unit shorted and jammed in door of attic unit. Cut back and removed damaged portion of wire. Transformer burned out because there was not fuse on control board. Replaced transformer and tested operation. New transformed has inline fuse.Checked Trane unit for basement and found capacitor wires reversed causing fan to run backwards. Changed wires and tested operation.No charge for either repair - call back on maintenance call.
Found water leaking at dyer vent piping, quoted to clean 6 in round pipe metal and silicone outdoor vent termination customer ok with price, performed repairs and check operation ok
Performed 4 heat check ups, one split hp with back up heat, replace 413 test 10 kw ok outdoor unit 410 ok, fan motor running backwards, switched line 1 and line 2 would not fix problem, needs new condenser motor ,,,,part should be under warranty(part only) gave customer price, basement heater LP needs new burners parts and labor are under warranty, clean sensor sensor new filter new hu pad combustion test gas pressures ok mini split ok clean filters ok outdoor unit pressures and electrical ok, for attic unit gas heater found couple problems ignition problems and inducer leaking, silicone around source of leak, heater needs new gas valve and new buners, showed customer situation gave price to repair, recommend replacing attic unit,
Heat inspection. Tested new propane fired furnace operations . Furnace is running to standards .
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Gas Fired Furnace. Changed the 413 High Efficiency Air Filter. Inspected Electrical Components on Furnace. Cleaned Drain Lines and Condensation Pump. Performed Combustion Analysis of Furnace and measured Gas Pressure of system in High Stage Heating. System is running to standards.Recommending installing an ECM Motor Surge Protector. The ECM Motors are susceptible to power spikes and surges. The One Time Surge Protector will help keep the Blower Motor safe in the event of a Power Surge.Also noted that the Hot Water Heater has a manufacturers date of July 2004. Due to the age of the Water Heater, replacement is recommended. Included an estimate for the Installation of a new Water Heater.
Heat tune up. Changed filter . Checked burners . Cleaned pump and trap . Cleaned flame sensor. Cleaned vacuum switchâ€™s. Tested capacitor. Checked all high and low voltage readings and wiring. Tested combustion. After testing the system the system is running to standards.
Service call that the Air Conditioner was not Cooling. Upon arrival, spoke with the Homeowne about issue. Found the Second Floor Unit was not Cooling and was informed that the Breaker had tripped. Checked the Breaker panel and found that the Breaker was turned off. Turned the Breaker on and put system in cooling mode to test. The Compressor was not running, and after troubleshooting, found the Burnt wires at the Contactor. Tested the 55 Mfd Capacitor and it was measuring 47.5 Mfd. The Capacitor had fallen below its rating which was causing stress on the Compressor due to the Capcitor not having enough power for the Compressor to pull from. This caused the Compressor to over Amp and blow out the High Voltage wiring at the Contactor. Replaced the Single Pole Contactor and the 55/5 Mfd Capacitor. Repaired all wires going to the Contactor. Put system back in operation and tested. Compressor Amperage was slightly High, measuring at 13.5 Amps, with a recommended rating of 15 Amps. This coul
Performed gas heat inspection check electrical ok gas pressure combustion test ok clean furnace trap, cycle heater clean pump test ok, wired pumps safety in to pump, Also installed float switch n evap coil, in cas drain gets clogged, highly recommend installing air scrubber to improve air quality b 100%
Performed hp inspection heat side 10 kw test ok, electrical low and high ok installed motor protector replace humidifier pad, filter ok, outdoor un 410 ok capacitor and contractor ok cycle hp ok reversing valve ok
Performed gas heat inspection check electrical ok filter ok cleaned sensor check burners ok gas pressure ok combustion test ok check split ok check airflow ok cycle unit ok, blower cap is reading 12.30 rated at 15 mfd,
Performed gas heat inspection check electrical replace filter clean sensor gas pressures ok conbustion test ok replace hu pad #35 test hu and set to 35% heater is 15 years recommend upgrading please call customer to schedule an appointment for sales lead thank you
Performed heat precision tune up. Changed filter 413 . System is running to manufacture specifications.
Found blower making sound, had to do 115 voltage repair, found Broken motor bracket needs new blower motor, also found return trunk fiber glass disconnected from heater, could not get it thogether needs some 2x4 to make some kind of base so is not hanging on straps, will need one 2x4x10 some plastic strap, foil tape, and wood saw to cut wood about 3 hour job with blower motor and repairs inform customer about foundings ATNN JOE NEEDS ESTIMATE FOR HEAT TAPE ABOUT 15 feet length 9-18-18 Luis return visit to install motor and fixed returnbox made all necessary repairs ok check and cycle ac unit 410a pressures ok price needed for heat tape to insulate drain for attic unit
Gas heat check up, 501 filter ok electrical ok, clean sensor check gas pressures ok combustion test ok cycle heater ok check split replace he pad test HU ok cycle heater ok
Performed gas heat LP check up, filter 413 ok cleaned sensor and burners check gas pressures low and high ok computers ok cycle ht also replace 35 hi pad test hu ok set to winter 35% cycle heater ok combustion test check split ok
Performed precision heat tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications at this time. Changed filter 16/25/1
In the basement we I nstalled new gas furnace onto the existing return box. The existing return drop was reused. The new air cleaner is under the gas furnace and the new coil sits on top of the new gas furnace. We fly shed the lineset and installed a new TXV onto it and tied it back into the coil. The gas line was tied back in. New condensate drain was ran along with new vinyl tubing to the sewer system. There is an easy trap on the condensate line and a new condensate pump that are both wired into the unit. Th humidifier was tied back into the unit. Exhaust and intake flue piping was adapted to the new furnace. We installed a red link network system to the new system and a new thermostat which communicates with the red link wireless adapter was installed into the living room. The network adapter is in the basement hooked up to the router where the electrical panel is. On the exterior of the home a new plastic pad was leveled where the new unit sits. A new whip and disconnect was insta
Removed ceiling tiles to access dampers and locate and identify and label dampers. Removed and dispose of existing dampers.Installed new Honeywell replacement dampers for each branch run where accesssible. Sealed each damper to existing ductwork.Connected wiring from zone panel to each damper.Tested the operation of each zone and measure the airflows from each register to ensure the system is operating properly.Only 14 of the 18 dampers were accessible to replace. The charges have been adjusted to reflect the dampers that have been installed. The wiring and transformers are functioning as designed and the charges have been adjusted to reflect the wiring that was included in the original proposal.
Installed a new American standard 95% gas furnace on the existing return box. On top of the new gas furnace is a new American standard coil. Ran a new lineset to the outdoor unit. the supply plenum was adapted to the new coil and the flue piping was adapted to the new gas furnace. The gas piping was tied back in and a new condensate pump and condensate drain line was ran. There was an ez trapminstalled ont the condensate line and both the new pump and EZ trap are wired to the unit. New vinyl tubing was ran into the sewer where the existing vinyl was ran. The existing return drop was not touched. New switch and outlet and box was installed onto the left side of the gas furnace. A new ecobee thermostat was installed into the dining room on the first floor home. On the outside of the home a new american standard outdoor unit was installed on a new plastic pad. The existing disconnect was re used but a new whip was installed onto the unit. The system was pressure tested and evacuated. Test