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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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
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
No heat, heater off upon arrival, set sat to heat, found pressure switch tubing disconnected , re attached to tubing and reset unit ok cycle and combustion test ok recommended start thinking on replacing system
No heat call, found unit off upon arrival, set stat to heat 80 to Bring the heat on, no response from thermostat, jumper stat and heater work ok, quoted for repairs customer ok with pricing, also blower cap reading low customer only wants to replace t6 thermostat, installed new thermostat and test/cycle heater combustion test ok,
Replace igniter and test operation, cycle system ok, flame signal is 19 micro amps ok
Oil leak call . When I arrived I found out itâ€™s a water leak not oil. I found water leaking from the bottom of the steam boiler . After looking over the steam boiler and were it was leaking I would recommend to replace the boiler due to the age of the boiler and now the water is leaking from one of the seals between the sections . Homeowner would like a estimate on a new boiler .
Electric furnace checkup . Checked filter . Check electric strip heat operation. Checked electric heat amp draw and voltages. Checked fan capacitor. Checked fan amp draw and voltages . Tested temperature splits and thermostat operation. Tested system and system is running to standards with a temperature split of 45 . Supply 120 Return 75 .
Heat tune up . Changed 16x25x1 filter . Cleaned and tested condensate pump and trap. Cleaned flame sensor. Tested hsi . Checked burners . Cleaned vacuum switchâ€™s. Tested all low and high voltage readings and wiring. Checked capacitor. Tested combustion and air temperature splits. Tested overall system and system is running to standards.
Performed Precision Heat Tune Up on the Two Heat Pump Systems for the house. Replaced the High Efficiency Air Filter on the system for the Main part of the house, and the 16x20x1 Air Filter for the Bedroom system. Tested Electrical Components on both Air Handlers and Outdoor Units. Tested operation of systems in Heat Mode and measured Amp Draw on the Electric Heat Kits for both systems. Measured Refrigerant Charge on both systems.The system for the Bedroom is in poor condition. The Air Handler has Bacteria growth inside and on the Components. The Control Board is showing signs of corrosion. System is operating, but is overall not in good condition. Recommend begin planning for replacement of the Bedroom system.
Estimate to replace water heater for home.
Performed Precision Heat Tune Up on Gas Fired Furnace. Replaced the 16x25x1 Air Filter. It is always recommended to check your Air Filter every 30-60 Days and change as necessary. While testing Electrical Components, the Blower Capacitor was measuring below its recommended rating. Installed a new 10 Mfd Blower Capacitor and tested operation of system. Performed Combustion Analysis on system, which was to operating standards.System is operating and performance numbers are all to standards. However, due to the age of the system, 15 Years, and the overall quality of the builder grade Units, recommend begin planning/saving for replacement. Average life of Air Conditioning systems are between 10-15 Years, with the Furnace Life being between 15-20 Years.
Performed gas heat inspection check electrical filter ok gas pressure combustion test ok clean flame sensor check burners ok recommend installing an ez trap, quality ted for repairs
Perform gas heat inspection 80% furnace checked electrical high and low-voltage OK clean flame sensor checked gas pressures low and high adjust 3.5 high and 1.7 low combustion test OK replaced humidifier pad and also serviced humidifier test OK set to 35% winter also install a wet switch 413 filter ok pump test ok
Performed gas heat boiler inspection check up, electrical low and high ok check burners 90% boiler clean trap, cleaned sensor and ingniter, recommend replacing igniter due to rod moving back and forth of porcelain insulator, check gas pressure combustion test ok check water pressure and temp ok test limit ok cycle boiler ok 20 psi at 180 f
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Checked 14x20x1 Air Filter. System was very dirty and has not been maintained over the years. Found the Indoor Coil has plastic Foam stuck to the inside of it. Coil is dirty and needs to be cleaned. While testing the Electrical Components found the Blower Motor Capacitor was testing at its lowest recommended rating. The Dual Capacitor for the Outdoor Unit is testing extremely low. The Single Pole Contactor for the Outdoor Unit is very worn and pitted. Contactor is also rusting and corroded. Turned System on to Cooling to test. Found system to be very low on Refrigerant Charge and was not producing any cooling. System comes precharged with 100 oz of R-22 Refrigerant. Initial estimate is that the system would need 4-5 Lbs of Refrigerant.Due to the age of the system (18 Years) and the very poor condition, recommendation would be for System replacement. For the system to loose that the majority of its Charge, the leak is most likel
Performed precision heat tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications at this time. Washed filter.
Performed precision heat tune up. Changed filter 16/25/1. Replaced capacitor on blower 15mfd due to it reading below recommended mfd. system is currently running to standards.Hot water heater currently 10yr old. Recommend replacing due to age and condition
No ac . I found a lose wire that was not making good connection in the wire nut . i fixed the wire and replaced the wire nut . I then taped both outlet , switch and wire nuts . I did notice that the switch was lose but still operational. I told the homeowner that If the problem comes back we would have to replace the switch . I Tested both units indoor and outdoor and system is running to standards.
Safety pan for humidifier . Safety pan needs a float switch as well . Pan size is 16x12 with a 2â€ lip up . Filter replaced on return . Filter size is 20x25x6-1/2 wide . Tested overall operations and system is running to standards.
Found blower running, but not outdoor upon arrival, check for 24 volts at outdoor unit no call, check AH found tripped wet switch, some condensation around wet switch check drain flushed drain 2 gallons of water ok pan ok, filter ok, noticed some condensation under suction line as it makes its way into coil, insulate pipe with armeflex check ac operation 410a ok 275/140 with 10 super heat and 8 subcool, inside temp 80F, supply air 55 return air 77 system ok run unit for 15 mins no issues found, inside or outside,,,,no charge labor work under warranty
Service call that their was water leaking from the Indoor Coil Area of the Air Conditioner. Arrived onsite and spoke with Homeowner about issue. Found small amounts of water dripping down the side of the Oil Furnace. Removed cover of Coil to find source of leak. Found small amounts of Water Dripping from the PVC Condensation Pipe Connection that fits into the Drain Pan. Cut and removed existing Drain Pipe. Installed a new 3/4" PVC Drain Pipe from the Pan to the Condensation Pump. Poured water into the Drain Pan to ensure the Pipe was no longer leaking. Condensation Pump discharged three times while pouring water into the Drain Pan. Installed Cover back on Coil and put system back in operation. The Old Fitting that connected into the Drain Pan was warped across several of the beginning threads, which was causing it to leak.Please Note that the Condensation Pump is mounted on the Side of the Furnace. The Right Mounting Bracket was cracked. If that Mounting Hook breaks, the Pump will f
Install a new 15 Mfd Capacitor on the Blower Motor and test Operation.Add R-22 Refrigerant to the system, charging by Superheat. System comes precharged with 63 oz of Refrigerant. Exact amount of refrigerant needed is not known until we begin charging the system. Pricing indicates the First 2lbs of Refrigerant as well as the cost of any additional Refrigerant, which is charged by the Pound.
Unit 6 low on charge
Service call that the Air Conditioner was not Cooling. Arrived onsite and spoke with the Homeowner about issue. Found the Indoor Coil was partially frozen and the Compressor was not operating. Tested the Capacitor and then tested the Windings of the Compressor. The Compressor had shut off in Thermal Overload. Poured cold Water over Compressor to cool down. Once the Overload had reset put the system back in operation. Pressures on the Low Side were dropping below the freezing point and causing the system to freeze up due to the Blower Fan not running. Tested Capacitor for the Blower Motor. Blower Motor was working intermittently. After testing the system multiple times, determined the Control/Citcuit Board was failing, causing the Blower Motor to loose power from the board. Replaced Control Board with a Universal Honeywell Circuit Board and tested operation of system. Changed the 16x25x1 Air Filter. Please check Air Filter every 30-60 Days and change as necessary. System was cooling wit
Upon arrival found bad capacitor. Replaced and tested operation.Recommended maintenance but customer declined.
Service call that the Air Conditioner for the Main House and Second Floor was not Cooling. Upon arrival, spoke with Homeowner who informed me that the unit was blowing Cool air but was previously not blowing any air. System was operating upon arrival,and was producing a 14 Supply versus Return Air Temperature Split. Checked the Air Filter and changed due to being dirty. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. Tested Capacitors and found the Dual Capacitor on the Outdoor Unit was testing below rating on the Compressor Side. Replaced the 45/5 Mfd Dual Capacitor and tested operation. Upon startup, the Compressor was delaying in coming on. When the Compressor finally turned on it was running at higher Amps, which were measured around 14 Amps. Installed a Superboost Capacitor into the system and retested. The Refrigerant Pressures are measuring High and the Compressor is still struggling to run, which is causing the Higher Amp Readings. Recommend replacement of the system due to the poor con
Upon arrival found Breaker tripped . Reset and tested operation. System is functioning at this time. Breaker did not feel hot. Unit 8