DiBiase Heating & Cooling Company provides air conditioning, heating and water heater services to our neighbors in the Coatesville, PA areas. Since we opened our doors in 2008 we have lived by a code of integrity, honesty and quality.
Your complete comfort is our #1 priority. Read our reviews and find out why your neighbors consider us to be their local partner for quality heating, air conditioning and water heater services in Coatesville, PA.
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Dave - Coatesville, PA
Very thorough, professional, and honest. Go over what you have, the status, and any recommendations. Highly recommend.
Beth - Coatesville, PA
Like company professionalism
Kristin - Coatesville, PA
Great job by sales and service installation!! Everyone was knowledgeable, helpful, and proficient!!! We got several quotes and used Dibiase because th
Elizabeth - Coatesville, PA
Installation went smoothly. The workers took care to protect flooring/carpeting and left things spotless!!! EXCELLENT job!!!!
Richard - Coatesville, PA
Great service-pleasant serviceman Luis
Gregg - Coatesville, PA
Luis was on time, professional, efficient and explained his findings/recommendations clearly to me. A pleasure to have him provide service.
Chuck - Coatesville, PA
Everything about this company has been 1st class so far. I called them on a Fridayabout or 21 year old HVAC unit and they came out that day. System needed to be replaced as we thought. They gave us a few options and their recommendation, which we went with. They also made us aware of PECO rebates we were entitled to. System was installed by the following Wednesday. The installers were neat and very professional as well as personable with us. If you are in need of any of their services, we highly recommend them.
Stephen - Coatesville, PA
Consistently Good Service
Crystal - Coatesville, PA
This company is very easy to use. They update you when their technician is near. They stick to the appointment time. Their technicians are competent and don’t try to upsell you.
Linda - Coatesville, PA
On time and very courteous!
Satisfied Customer - Coatesville, PA
1st time service
Customer in Coatesville, Pa - Coatesville, PA
luis great service technition
Beth - Coatesville, PA
Compotent professional and pleasant.
Stephen - Coatesville, PA
Great job all around!!!
Dawn - Coatesville, PA
Great Freindly service
Jerzy - Coatesville, PA
Showed up within a half hour of me calling and my heat was fixed in no time. They did a great job.
Justin - Coatesville, PA
Pleasant and informative-shows concern for his customers
Richard - Coatesville, PA
Jayne - Coatesville, PA
Technician was wonderful. Thorough and explained everything well.
David - Coatesville, PA
Beth - Coatesville, PA
Repair man courteous, knowledgeable, explained everything to me so I could understand. You have my business in the future.
Good service .. very ptofessional
Sue - Coatesville, PA
A fabulous company
Joan - Coatesville, PA
I have used this company 11 years. They are extremely knowledgeable, they explain everything to the customer. Always on time, have technicians in uniform in a marked truck. All work is always done professionally and competently. I would recommend to anyone!
Duamell - Coatesville, PA
Very happy with the repair. Hoping it lasts and I won't have a leak again.
Gail - Coatesville, PA
We will clean the Condensation Drain Pan of the Air Handler of debris and buildup that has formed inside. Once the Pan has been fully cleaned, we can inspect and assess the condition of the Pan. We will use Nitrogen to blow through the Drain Pipe to clear of blockage. Flush Drain Pan and Drain Pipe with water to ensure the Pan is not leaking and the Drain Pipe is emptying properly. Reassemble the Air Handler Access Panel and put system back in operation with the Chiller. Monitor operation of system.Remove blocked condensate drain, cleaned condensate pan. Filled pan and checked for leaks. Blew out condensate drain, flushed drain until pan emptied. Turned cooling back on. Ran and checked for leaks.
Went over to thermostat and found it was 85 degrees and set to 72 degrees. Also found exclamation point on thermostat. Did some research and found out this is an alet. The alert was a filter replacement reminder. Reset alet and went up in attic to recently installed air handler. Found wet switch had tripped. Ran system for a while to make sure it was draining properly. After further investigation saw that there were small streaks were water had dripped down front of air handler from normal suction line sweating. Put a zip tie on insulation were it goes into air handler and moved wet switch over near drain conections for condensation. Explained to homeowner situation. Also test drain with water.
Had previously been onsite due to water leaking from the Air Handler in the Attic Space. Was unable to locate the source of the water leak at that time. Returned to further diagnose the system. Inspected area surrounding the Air Handler Tested Water Pressure in the System.
Checked water leak from chill water air handler, found water running from the return line on the coil and area around entire unit is wet. Coil or pan is leaking, by the amount of water it appears to be the coil. Shut plant down, shut off supply water to system, checked pressure, pressure dropped from 25 psi to 23 psi in 15 minutes. Bleed pressure from system. Will need to look at replacement options Emailed bill
The units wet switch was tripped and shut the ac off the line set was dripping condensation down onto the pan and area were wet switch was located.
Performed oil cleaning on oil fired boiler, check electrical low and high ok clean exchanger and flue pipe clean electrodes replace nozzle .85x80B new RF-1 oil filter, check strainer ok cycle and test operation ok smoke test ok draft and combustion test ok check water pressure 14 psi cycle boiler ok
When I arrived Bradford white 50 gallon natural gas water heater was functioning properly. Homeowner had an issue 8/8/19 where the pilot had went out on the atmospheric water heater. Homeowner had someone come out and re light pilot, water heater has been working fine ever since. She has not had any previous issues with the pilot not staying lite. I pulled the cover off the bottom of water heater and pilot is burning fine with saftey inside flame. Do not see any issues at time of service.
Installed a new coil on top of existing furnace. Ran new copper lines out to new ac unit . Installed new ac unit on new pad. New disconnect and whip to the unit. Brazed copper lines and pressure tested to 310 psi. Vacuum down to 200 microns. Ran new condensate drain with an ez trap . New vinyl tubing to discharge pipe. Modified exhaust venting for txv. Installed new filter. Adjusted charge and tested system. Everything working properly at time of install. Delta t 21.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air filter. 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.
Found capacitor blown and contacter pitted. Replaced 30/5 mf capacitor and double pole contactor. After replacing checked refrigerant pressures on older trane heat pump. R22 pressures were 200/65 at 81 degrees system is back up and working again.
Performed precision ac tune up on Goodman heatpump system. Replaced 20x20x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain and tested pump with water. Compressor on outdoor unit is a bit noisy but is working fine at this time. Checked all refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of service.
Repaired leaking connection on air separator, 1 1/4 fitting, used new tee and other fittings to fixed r repair fill system and bleed all air also check for leaks, no leaks, system ok this time warranty job
Installed a new 3.5 coil on top of existing heater . Ran new copper lines and wire from outdoor heat pump to indoor coil . Put a new condensate drain with an ez trap and ran new tubing over to sump pump. Put heat pump on pump up feet and on a new pad . New disconnect and whip to unit . Put up a new iaq thermostat with module. Tested and ran unit on cool and heat . Caulked and seal all penetrations . Temperature split was at 24 degrees with a subcooling of 7.4 added 2 lbs of refrigerant .
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned condensate drain and pump. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coilNeed a quote to disconnect and move air handler out of the way so a French drain can be installed and return and set air handler and connect.
Replace blower wheel and motor, test and cycle operation ok, blower/wheel is in good working condition, both are balanced and set to proper airflow
Added refrigerant to system to bring ac to standard, 350/80 customer will adjust the thermostat from her phone
Performed propane heater check up and ac check up, check electrical low and high ok replace filter 16x25x1 clean sensor and burners ok, check gas pressure 9.75 wc combustion test cycle heater ok flushed drain ok check split and check outdoor unit 410 pressures capacitor and contactor ok system is up to standards, sign customer to service plan both the sc and heater check ups were done on this visit
No ac, found ac running, upon arrival, found evaporator iced up, quoted to defrost coil, and check system after coil was defrost, check r22 320/60 low on refrigerant recommended replacement of ac unit, bill to come later on today for price on new ac system
Performed PECO check, on electric furnace and air conditioner, checked air filter ok, blew out condensate trap. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Checked no cooling, found air conditioner running, checked refrigerant charge ok, checked water safety s, ok, checked thermostat, found programmable thermostat settings back. Set up thermostat as non programmable, cycled air conditioner and checked operation ok.Warranty no charge.
No ac, outdoor fan not coming on, upon arrival found u it off, told customer to start ac and check operation fan motor not spinning, check blade, bearing are seized, capacitor checks ok, fan motor runs check amp draw and voltage ok, recommend replacing motor customer will call office for repair
Previously at site for water leak, this time found one joint leaking, air eliminator/separator, will need some 1 1/4 fittings, and also 1/2 fitting, 1 1/4 to 1 1/4 to by 1/2, 1/2 ball valve, and some things, adapters and elbows will to talk to Office about scheduling return visit
Customer seen more water around pump, did not see any water around pump no signs of water leaking, test boiler run all zones boiler was running and creating condensation no leaks found all the way to pump, put paper towels on top of the pump to see if water drips from piping
Water leak from boiler, check boiler piping, no leaks, check drain trap ok no leaks, condensation pump ok, run boiler for few minutes created condensation and draining ok, customer showed me pictures of water under the condensation pump, replace pump and also added isolation pad so pump is not on the ground cycle and test pump ok
Performed Quality Assurance Inspection on recently Installed Amana AC system. Completed Inspection Form in System. Reviewed installation with homeowner. Left Amana Coil from the shop with Homeowner.