When it comes to your Downingtown, PA’s home heating, cooling and water heater systems, DiBiase Heating & Cooling Company makes sure they’re running at peak efficiency for your improved indoor comfort, convenience and safety.
This is a service promise and a reflection of our core values: integrity, honesty, quality. Read reviews from your neighbors in Downingtown, PA to see how we live up to these values every day, in every way.
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Easy install, fair prices
Gail - Downingtown, PA
DiBiase provided great service, with a quick and well done install of my whole HVAC system and very fair prices. Highly recommend.
Great service as always! So glad we found you! You should be proud of your whole team.
Jen - Downingtown, PA
Excellent as always!!!
First time customer
Drew - Downingtown, PA
I’m very pleased with this local company! Quick flexible scheduling. Nate is a courteous, knowledgeable technician. I’ll definitely call them again for my next HVAC problem!
John - Downingtown, PA
Technicians Dan and Brandon were on time and did a great job installing the ductless mini split heat pump. They did a professional job in every way and explained things clearly and asked is we had any questions. I would highly recommend DiBiase for anyone looking for a unit like this and we would not hesitate to use them again.
Chris - Downingtown, PA
Great job, informative, neat and clean work. Courteous and on-time. Great to work with.
Don - Downingtown, PA
Nate never seizes to amaze us with is knowledge, expertise and professionalism. This coupled with his great attitude and smile has us always looking forward to his semi-annual maintenance calls.
Tim - Downingtown, PA
Chris - Downingtown, PA
Heating turn up and noise diagnose
Deping - Downingtown, PA
Charles - Downingtown, PA
Chris was very professional & answered all my questions.
Allen - Downingtown, PA
Courteous and on time. Professional
Water Heater Replacement
Gary - Downingtown, PA
Top notch service. Nathan is professional, clean, neat and organized. He arrived on time and completed the work in a timely manner. I've now had several very good experiences with the DiBiase team, no reason to go anywhere else for the service.
Water heater service
Brookwood Drive - Downingtown, PA
Fast, accurate and professional diagnosis of the problem. Thorough explanation of the service and replacement options. Fair pricing and the replacement service was scheduled quickly.
Winter Tune-Up Service
Chris - Downingtown, PA
fair price, technician knows his stuff
Karen - Downingtown, PA
I was looking for a company that provides good service with a fair price and a friend recommended your company. I am very impressed with the knowledge of the technician and your prices are fair. The last company I dealt with was more or less just taking my money.
Immediate response , Best price, Great technicians.
Carl - Downingtown, PA
I needed a boiler replacement immediately. Phillip and Joe were at my door in 15 minutes. Work began the next day. Nate is an outstanding technian as well as Brian. Phillip and Joe stopped in at first fire to ensure all was working to spec. 100% SATISFACTION HIGHLY RECOMENDED.
Great service, friendly and helpful!
Tricia - Downingtown, PA
Fast efficient service
Anastasia - Downingtown, PA
Bryan was fast, efficient and knowledgeable. He answered my questions thoroughly
Efficient, friendly and quality service!
Karen - Downingtown, PA
He was personable and knowledgeable. Diagnosed the problem with our AC unit quickly and resolved it right away. We will be using them again!
Anonymous - Downingtown, PA
Bryan from DiBiase Heating and Cooling Company serviced my AC units today and did a great job. He was fast, friendly and very knowledgeable. He explained the issue with the system well and helped me make the right decision for the life of the unit. I highly recommend DiBiase Heating and Cooling Company.
Everything you'd expect
Adam - Downingtown, PA
Reed - Downingtown, PA
Bryan sets the standard
Jason - Downingtown, PA
Bryan nailed it. And you guys as a company are awesome. Doing business with your team was one of the best decisions we made for our house to date.
Very happy with service! Reasonable prices
Patricia - Downingtown, PA
Phil provided a reasonable estimate within my budget, and I was happy to get not only a new AC unit but also a new gas heater for the same price I was estimating for only the AC unit! The guys who came out to install both new units were professional and courteous and didn't complain about working in my tiny crawlspace. It did take an extra day to install both units because they encountered a problem with an incorrect part and the layout of my existing heater was not ideal. Although it took an extra day, I'm very happy with the results!
Robin - Downingtown, PA
Upon arrival found bad condensate pump. Replaced and tested operation. System needs maintenance .
Service call that the Air Conditioner was not working. Upon arrival turned Air Conditioner on at the Thermostat and found that the system was not coming on. Found Condesnation Pump was full and had shut the system down. Outlet that the Condensation Pump was plugged into was not receiving power. After tracing several different outlets and checking the breaker panel found that the GFCI Outlet in the Kitchen needed to be reset. After resetting outlet tested operation of system. Tested Condensation Pump several times to ensure it was working properly.Customer signed up for Service Membership. Office will call to schedule an Air Conditioning Tune Up.
Installed new 4 Zone panel and reconnected thermostats to panel. Tested cooling, heating, and emergency heat operation. Inspected and performed quality assurance on system. Found small section of duct insulation was missed in smaller attic. Tested airflows and temperatures to both zones. All working good.
We disconnected , removed and disposed of the existing units.We installed a new customer supplied heat pump outdoor unit .We installed a new ductless wall hung unit that was supplied by the customer.We installed new copper insulated line set, wiring from the indoor unit to the outdoor unit and Ran a new drain line from indoor unit to outside gutter .We completed all mechanical and electrical connections to the indoor and outdoor units.We pressure tested the system, evacuated and charged system in accordance with manufacturers specifications.DiBiase Heating and Cooling will provide a 1 year warranty on the installation only. We will not provide any warranty on the equipment.
Performed ac tune ups on 2 systems. Customer requested air filters not be replaced at this time. Checked filters, capacitors, blowers, tightened connections. Measured system charge. Filled out ac tune up checklist.
Installed new hybrid heat pump and propane furnace, Honeywell Prestige IAQ kit with sensors, Induct 2000 air purifier, and Aprilaire Model 600M humidiifer. Set balance point to 35 degf. Condensate Pump was installed and tested. Outdoor was installed with a new disconnect and is on bump ups. Tested humidifier, auxiliary heat, regular heat and AC. Added 13oz of 410 was added to the system and the System is running to factory standards.
Performed precision ac tune up. Changed filter, checked electricals, and checked refrigerant charge. All ok. Outdoor unit made "clacking" noise during its run. Found loose zip tie hitting the condenser fan blade. We removed it to eliminate the noise. Serviced humidifer.System is running at manufacture specifications.
Performed quality assurance evaluation on new system and water heater installation. All ok .
Performed precision ac tune up on two systems. Changed filter on first floor. Second floor filter is still good. Found outdoor unit for 2nd floor system with low reading on capacitor. Recommend replacing to increase efficiency. Estimate is included.First floor unit is running up at manufacture specifications.Second floor unit is running below manufacture specifications due to low capacitor rating for outdoor unit. Replacing it will bring it back to operational standards.Unit 2 outdoor capacitor has a rating of 40/5. It measured 39.5/4.2. The 4.2 is lower than the acceptable rating of 6% (acceptable rating would be 4.7. We recommend replacing capacitor as a performance factor. While the unit does run, the capacitor will help give the fan motor extra boost to continuously run. As of right now the fan is working a little harder to run which over time will result in premature motor failure.
Removed old AC system and duct work . Reinstalled new heatpump system . Installed new ductwork . Installed new flex lines to second floor grills . Installed new zone dampers for second floor and new addition. Installed two new runs and a return in new addition. Installed new line set and line Hide for system . Installed new power line from basement panel to attic system . Installed new condensate Pump and trap along with a line that goes from attic to outside for condensate. Installed new power wire and outlet for the pump that I got off of the main power from the outlet in the attic. 60 amp breaker was installed into the panel in the basement.Tested system and added 1lb 2oz of refrigerant and the system is running to factory standards. Zone dampers function as they should and open and close when they need to.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up onsystem. Replaced 20x22x1 Air Filter. Tested Electrical Components for the Indoor and Outdoor Units. Found Blower Capacitor on the Air Handler was testing below Rating. Replaced 15 Mfd Blower Capacitor and tested operation. Measured Refrigerant Levels of system.Air Handler has growth forming on the inside walls, the wiring, and on the components. Possible solution to help prevent this would be an Air Scrubber. Their is no access to the Condensation Drain currently. Recommend installation of an EZ Trap to allow cleaning of the Drain Pipe. The EZ Trap would be wired into the 24 Volt power of the system. If it becomes clogged it will shut the system down. Two estimates are included for an EZ Trap and an Air Scrubber.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on System. Replaced High Efficiency 413 Air Filter. Cleaned Condensation Drain Pipe and Pump. Tested operation of Pump. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. Checked Damper on Humidifier to ensure it was closed for the Air Conditioning Season.
Found unit turned on and none of the equipment was running. Found non power to indoor unit. Wire at breaker was loose. Tightened connection and tested operation.No airflow to second floor. Investigated and found main trunk running up into the attic space with an 8â€ main return duct feeding from basement area. The existing old trunk was used and other runs have been added off of the trunk line. Flex ducts that were ran were R4 insulated, main trunk does not appear to be insulated (spanning 20â€™) in attic space. Some of the flex ducts go over rafters and the flex is restricted. Where the main trunk elbow connects to the main trunk it is not connected and there is a hole that was open to attic space. None of the main trunk lines are sealed. Need to provide estimate for repairs.
Upon arrival found heat system working to specifications and no crack. Performed smoke test, lighter test, visual inspection, and combustion testing. All testing passed.Found ac system completely flat, no refrigerant. Recommend replacing. R -22 system .
Turned system on and found indoor fan not starting up. Checked wiring to new furnace and found to be wired correctly and getting voltage to Y terminal but not to G terminal. Found thermostat switch set to electric heat, switched to gas furnace and fan started up. Airflow set to 1600 cfm. It is possible that voltage to G terminal was fed from Aprilaire 600A humidistat during testing system.No charge to customer.
Run capacitor is rated for 30/3 mfd, it measured 20/3. This is far below recommended rating. Start Capacitor is also leaking oil. We recommend replacing both to ensure efficiency of the system.Replaced capacitor and hard start kit. Tested operation
Performed precision ac tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications.
Service call that the Air Conditioner was not cooling. Arrived onsite and spoke with homeowner about issue. After turning system on, found Compressor was not running. Tested Dual Capacitor and found that it had failed. Replaced the 50/7.5 Mfd Capacitor. Restarted system and tested operation. System is delivering a 19 Degree Temperature Split, but Pressure measurements of the Refrigerant indicate that the system is slightly low on refrigerant. During High Heat/Load Days the system might struggle to maintain temperature.
Performed ac tune up. Replaced air filter and inspected all components and measured system charge. Filled out inspection checklist. All working ok. Capacitor for outdoor unit is showing signs of age and rustingRecommend surge protector for blower and capacitor for outdoor unit.
We will repair the duct connection that is coming apart and not properly connected at the trunk line. Some drywall will need to be removed here to complete this repair. We will install 14 automatic round dampers, one for each branch run in the basement of the home. We will install a new Honeywell Truzone 3 zone panel in the basement mechanical room. We will install a new Honeywell thermostat in the basement area and a wireless thermostat for the second floor with Redlink Gateway for wifi connectivity at each thermostat. We will install a new zone transformer and run all wiring to each damper and connect back to zone panel. We will rewire the existing system and existing thermostat to work with the new zone system. We will test each zone to ensure proper operation and measure the airflows to each space.Note 1: Some drywall and possible framing will have to be removed in the basement to access the duct system for repair in some areas. DiBiase Heating and Cooling Company wi
Performed heater and ac inspection on system. Air filter 20x25x5 is dirty and needs to be replaced. Tested capacitors and inspected contactor on outdoor unit - newer. Performed charge analysis on system. Inspected vent system for modifications. Air conditioner is performing at time of inspection. Measured temperature rise accross heat exchanger. Humidifier is older style bypass type with water reservoir. Recommended replacing humidifier right away.Air conditioner is approximately 26 years old and furnace is approximately 16 years old. Recommend system replacement to increase reliability and efficiency. If system is not going to be replaced annual maintenance is recommended with our Silver Heating and Cooling Service Plan.
installed new 80 percent gas furnace with AC . Installed new copper lineset . Installed new high efficiency filter. Repiped exhaust to existing tee . Installed new condensate tube from outside to the pump . Tested refrigerant lines with pressure and evacuation. Then charged to factory standards. Tested the gas furnace first . Furance is running to factory standards. I tested the AC system . AC system is running to factory standards. Installed new 50 Gal water heater . Repiped exhaust from new water heater to existing tee . Repiped cold and hot water lines . I installed a new shutoff valve on cold supply . I installed new expansion tank on cold line . I installed a pan with a water alarm. Tested water heater and water heater is running to factory standards.
Found water heater tripped out on vapor sensor lock. Troubleshooted the vapor sensor and found it to be broken possibly due to the water damage. Found new vapor sensor at supply shop and installed. Tested operations and it is now running at manufacture specifications.
Service call that the Air Conditioner was not working. Arrived onsite and spoke with homeowner about issue. Put Nest Thermostat into cooling mode to test operation. Found Reversing Valve was receiving 24 Volts in Cooling Mode and causing the Heat to run instead of the Air Conditioner. Spoke with Nest Technical Support and adjusted Thermostat settings so that the Reversing Valve does not receive Voltage during Cooling. Changed â€œOrientationâ€ setting To â€œBâ€ and to activate in â€œEach Cycleâ€ instead of the â€œSeasonallyâ€ setting. Tested system multiple times in both Heating and Cooling Mode to ensure the Reversing Valve was switching over properly. Supply Temperature was measured at 49 Degrees, and Return Temperature was measured at 68 Degrees.Recommend membership in the Service Plan, and to have a complete tune up done on the system. Membership would be for two Tune Ups per year: one for the Air Conditioning and one for the Heat. Cost for the Service Membership is $189.00 p
Found webstone fitting popped off. Replaced both fitting with shark brand, cleaned water up and tested operation.