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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Very happy with the repair. Hoping it lasts and I won't have a leak again.
Gail - Coatesville, PA
Great Service. Nice people
LuAnn - Coatesville, PA
We love Nat. We does a great job. He is on time and meticulous.
They are more interested in fixing the problem then just trying to sell you something
Andrew - Coatesville, PA
David - Coatesville, PA
DIBIASE does it right! After making the appointment it was confirmed, I received a reminder, on the day of the appointment I received an email with a picture of the gentleman who would be doing my tune up. Nate could not have been more friendly, polite, or professional.
Sue - Coatesville, PA
Excellent service. Nathan is very diligent and an asset to your company
Great service – pleasant efficient employee you have in Nate
Richard - Coatesville, PA
Great service – pleasant and Knowledgable employee Nate
Ted - Coatesville, PA
Follow up call to check on water heater installed 3 months ago. Replaced fitting with history of failure at no charge.
Good price, knowledgable and helpful staff
Lisa - Coatesville, PA
I was able to schedule the job quickly and communication with Joe was great. He responded too my questions in a timely manner and answered all questions throughly. Technicians arrived on time, were knowledgable and communicated as needed.
Stephen - Coatesville, PA
I made the right decision to contract with DiBiase
Excellent service because of well-trained employee
Richard - Coatesville, PA
Concise evaluation of heating system
Kerry - Coatesville, PA
Like always - complete pros - did great work
Amy - Coatesville, PA
Marcus - Coatesville, PA
Bryan came out before my scheduled time which was great. He found the issue right away. Explained everything to me and gave me a quote before performing repairs. While fixing one issue he brought my attention to another issue....not looking for more business just making me a more aware customer. I thought that was great. Again gave me a quote with "No Pressure" to have the work done right then. I will strongly consider them again for future issue. Thanks Bryan!!
Warren - Coatesville, PA
Friendly tech and very knowledgeable
Ken - Coatesville, PA
Bryan was typical of the service I expect from Joe DiBiase. The reduced fee for an annual inspection is a good value. He was thorough in the inspection of my heat pump system and took the time to explain and answer questions. He made appropriate recommendations of additional products and services that they offer.
Always Great Service!
Tameka - Coatesville, PA
As a Realtor, I have referred and used DiBiase several times over the years. Can't say enough great things about Joe, his technicians and staff - they're all fantastic! Today Bryan performed an HVAC Certification for one of my sold listings, and he was phenomenal. If you're seeking a highly professional HVAC company, that charges a fair price and who is reliable and works with integrity, then your choice is DiBiase. Thanks Bryan for all your help today! Joe is lucky to have you as a member of the team!
Quick Response and great service
Judy - Coatesville, PA
I think it was a total of 1 hour from the time I called to the time everything was fixed. Truly appreciate it on such a hot day! Bryan was fantastic and did a great job!
Linda - Coatesville, PA
Arrived on time, very pleasant, efficient , and professional.
Amy - Coatesville, PA
Excellent Service. Friendly and knowledgeable technician.
Great and reliable
Joe - Coatesville, PA
An awesome company! I've used them for years!
Joan - Coatesville, PA
Nate was awesome
Darlene - Coatesville, PA
Nate answer all my questions and did a great cleaning on my heater and one has done before I am hoping this take care of all the problems
Great Service. Bryan is excellent!
Lisa - Coatesville, PA
Bryan is always friendly and professional. Top notch!
New HVAC Replacement
Justin - Coatesville, PA
No one ever wants to replace their HVAC when it breaks but these guys did a great job in replacing my furnace and AC unit in less than 2 days. When the old one stopped working they had a sales person out within 20 minutes to go over options. I solicited two other quotes and got comparable numbers before deciding to stick with these guys. They kept the space clean, didn't need me for much and work was completed to my satisfaction.
P reformed ac tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications. Investigated odor issue. Coils are completely clean. Unit is clean. Filter dirty and hasn't been changed since may. Spoke to customer about changing filter often and informed him about the remi and air scrubber.Changed filter 16/25/1
Performed precision ac tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications at this time. Changed filter
Installed new A coil in the indoor unit. Pressure tested system. Tied the drain back in. System is running to factory standards.
Performed ac tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications. Changed filter 24/24/1
Upon arrival found unit functioning to standards, filter clean, and charge ok. Tenant had issues with how to operate thermostat which was the problem. I briefy went over how to operate thermostat.Heatpump System is currently working to standards.
Dehumidifier Unit was not running when I arrived. I plugged it in and found a bad relay for the compressor / fan . I recommended and replaced the relay and tested out incoming air was 58% humidity and the outgoing air was 27% humidity. After testing the overall system the system is running to standards.
Performed Inspection of Air Conditioner and Gas Furnace. Replaced 20x20x1 Air Filter. Cleaned All drain lines and Condensation Pump. Filled Pump to test operation. Tested Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace while measuring Gas Pressure. Turned Air Conditioner on to measure refrigerant levels.The following Items were found during Inspection:The 15 Mfd Blower Capacitor is testing below its rating. Recommend replacement of the Blower Capacitor to avoid damaging the motor. While testing the Refrigerant Charge, found system had low Supply versus Return Air Temperature Splits, and had High Superheat. This is indicating that the system is low on Refrigerant. Refrigerant levels are below the Freezing point and if left uncorrected, could begin to freeze the Indoor Coil. During High Heat/Load Days the system will not be able to maintain the set point and will run constantly. If the system is low on Refrigerant, this also indicates tha
Performed precision ac inspection/ tune up. System is running to standards at this time.Performed precision heat inspection/tune up. System is running to standards at this time.Removed 8" takeoff and panned off hole. There was no duct work attached to takeoff and was not capped so it was leaking air .
Installed a new outdoor unit on a new pad. New whip was installed into the existing disconnect box. Existing lineset was flushed and tied back into the new unit. In the basement a new Amana coil and Amana gas furnace was installed. The existing filter rack and return drop was re used and hooked up. The gas was hooked back up. The existing 2 inch flue piping was re used. New condensate pump was installed along with an EZ trap. Both were wired into the unit. New TXV was installed into the coil. System was pressure tested, and evacuated and the system is running to factory standards.
Performed Gas Furnace Tune Up/Inspection on the system. Replaced 16x24x1 Air Filter. Filter was heavily dirty. Recommend checking Air Filter every 30-60 Days and change as often as necessary. Cleaned all Drain Lines and Condensation Pump. Exercised Pressure Switch and Cleaned out Tubing. Inspected Heat Exchanger and Burners. Brush cleaned Burners and Flame Sensor. Performed Combustion Analysis Test on Furnace and Measured Gas Pressure. Combustion results and temperature Rise were all within standards.Recommend performing Annual Maintenance on the Gas Furnace and Air Conditioner. The Service Membership Program is $189 per year, and includes an AC Tune and Gas Furnace Tune Up as well as additional savings and benefits.While onsite, visually inspected Water Heater. Manufactured date of the Water Heater is May 2006. Average life of Water Heaters is 10-12 Years. Due to age of Water Heater, recommendation is to begin planning for replacement.Please see link for recommended Duct Clea
Indoor unit was shorting and tripping circuit breaker. Inspected all wiring and components. Found short in temperature limit switch of oil furnace. Isolated switch and turned ac back on. Switch requires replacement in order for ac to function.
Install 18 SEER inverter heat pump and air handler and heat kit. Install new duct distribution system in attic of home including sheet metal supply trunk line that is sealed and insulated with R8 insulation, balancing dampers on branch runs, branch runs using R8 flex ducts with radiant barrier. Install new heat kit for air handler. Run new service cable from panel in garage to air handler and new wire to outdoor unit with new breakers for each. Install outdoor unit on wall bracket on right side of home. Install new disconnect box with surge protection for indoor and outdoor units
Found outdoor unit not running and capacitor on system reading 0. Replaced capacitor and tested operation. System charge appears low on unit, system is R22 refrigerant. Suction 55/Liquid 185/SH35/SC 4.5/Piston. Recommend charging unit for maximum performance. Adjusted charge and tested operation. Suction 77/liquid 202/OAT 72/ SH 10/ SC 5.2/ Return 72/ supply 60.
Performed precision ac tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications at this time.Filter 12/20/1
Performed ac tune up. System over 20yrs old. Package unit on mobile home. Nameplate on unit worn off. Valves to hook up gauges do not work in order to read pressures. Dual capacitor and contactor are worn and can not read what ratings are, but capacitor is reading 11/4.9. Unit is blowing 50 degree air though.Due to age and condition recommend replacing package unit.Filter 12/20/1
Performed ac tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications at this time. Changed filter 213
No AC . When I arrived the indoor system was running but the outdoor unit was not . I checked the low and high voltage wiring to find the power was shut off at the outdoor unit . I turned on the power at the disconnect. The outdoor unit came on . After it came on I tested the refrigerant charge . The system was flat and pulling into a vacuum. I then shut the system down at the disconnect . I would recommend to replace the system due to the leak , age and the refrigerant being 22 . I spoke to joe about the problem and told him my recommendations . He said he would like someone to call him and set up a time for someone to come out and give him a quote on a new AC system . Coil , outdoor condenser and lineset .
Performed precision ac tune up. Found outdoor dual capacitor low, compressor having hard time starting. Charge on system currently is ok. Replaced capacitor
Service call that their was water leaking from the Furnace/AC system. Upon arrival spoke with Homeowner about issue. Found a Bucket under the Drain Trap on the side of the Furnace. The Cleanout Plug had been removed, and Water was dripping put. After inspecting the Indoor Coil, found the Condensation Drain Line was clogged. Used Nitrogen to clear Drain Line. Poured Water into the Coil Drain Pan to ensure that it was draining properly. Put system back in operation to monitor. Checked Air Filter on system. Air Filter is extremely dirty and blocking Airflow. Removed 16x25x1 Air Filter. Spoke with homeowner about Air Filter. They are going to replace Filter today. There is no Air Filter in the system currently.Recommend the Service Membership Program. This annual Program includes an AC Tune Up and Gas Heater Tune Up, as well as additional benefits. Please see attached estimate. A full Tune Up on the system is recommended due to the age, 11 Years, and that it has not been serviced for a
Performed heat inspection/tune up on system. Everything is running according to manufacture specifications.
Service call that the Air Conditioner was not cooling the home. Upon arrival, spoke with Homeowner about issue. System was turned off and Ambient indoor temperature was at 80 Degrees. Set system to cool to test. Confirmed Blower Motor was running, but found the Outdoor Unit was not turning on. Electrical Control Area was extremely dirty. After cleaning, determined the Dual Capacitor had failed. Single Pole Contactor was working, but is the original Contactor, and was making a loud buzzing noise. Recommend replacement of the Contactor.Installed a new 35/3 Mfd Dual Capacitor and put system in operation. The Condenser Fan Motor began running immediately, but the Compressor delayed for about 15 - 20 Seconds before turning on. This is indicating that the Compressor is beginning to fail and is having difficulty at start up. A Super Boost Start Capacitor is recommended.Once the Compressor began to operate to Amp Draw on the system. Amperage is running above the recommended rating of 14.
No AC . When I arrived the system was running . I checked the Capacitor on the indoor unit . That tested fine . I check the refrigerant charge . The high side was high . My temperature split was low and at 10 . I would recommend to chemical clean the outdoor coil then check the charge . I believe when we chemically clean the outdoor coil the head pressure will come down and we can adjust the charge right . I inspected the indoor coil as well and it's very dirty . I would recommend to have the indoor coil cleaned .Attic unit. Cleaned indoor coil and readjusted filter. Checked pressures and outdoor coil. Outdoor coil was cleaned on last visit maintenance and still clean. Pressures still high low 73 high 270 sh 28 sc 16. Supply 63 return 78. LSAT 121 temp outdoor 85Next step is replacement of unit. Nothing more can be done.
Installed a new Amana outdoor unit on a new plastic pad. Tied back into the existing lineset which runs up the exterior wall on the side of the house and into the attic. Tied the electric back in. In the attic above the master bedroom we installed a unico high velocity unit. Installed a new wet switch into the pan which is wired into the unit as well as an EZ trap which is also wired to the unit. The supply and return ductwork was hooked back up to the new unit. New Honeywell T6 thermostat was installed into the Upstairs hallway. The system was tested and is running to factory standards.
Upon arrival found bad condenser fan motor. Replaced with new and tested.Recommend replacing system due to age and condition.
Upon arrival found unit not turning on. Bad thermostat. Replaced with new and tested operation.No nameplate on unit. package unit, York or carrier.Recommend placement due to age and condition.