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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Kathy - Downingtown, PA
Ann - Downingtown, PA
Very thorough, personable, knowledgeable, and explained options.
Professional and Courteous
Alex - Downingtown, PA
We had Nathan come over to perform a second opinion analysis and fix on our "Frankenstein" system. Nathan was punctual, professional, methodical and courteous. He confirmed that a valve needed replacement and this was done expeditiously. All in all, we had a very positive experience with DiBiase.
Patrick - Downingtown, PA
Very Professional Good Explanations Would Recommend
Deborah - Downingtown, PA
Rich - Downingtown, PA
Timely, Professional, Clean and exactly what we asked for...Very Satisfied!
Saint Joseph - Downingtown, PA
Nathan did a wonderful job and stuck with it until it was finished. He was a professional and fixed the problems!
Fast, Friendly, Honest Service
Andrew - Downingtown, PA
Nate and the Team at DiBiase has always been great to work with.
Patrick - Downingtown, PA
Professional service, excellent value
Saint Joseph Church - Downingtown, PA
Nathan from DiBiase was wonderful and very professional. He diagnosed our problem, ordered the parts and installed the parts in minimum time. Overall, it was a great job, well done.
Katie - Downingtown, PA
Summer AC system review and optimization
Gary - Downingtown, PA
Joe - Downingtown, PA
Air Conditioning Tune Up
Gerry - Downingtown, PA
Excellent organization with excellent associates. I particularly appreciate their sending me an email/text with the technician's picture. As a widower, I appreciate the extra caution they take. Their work is outstanding and they care.
Isaac - Downingtown, PA
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.
Turned on system and found outdoor fan starting but compressor not starting. Found caapciitor failed on unit. Replaced dual capacitor and tested system performance and operation.
System has been charged until we can get back to do the install.
Performed Six Month AC Inspection on Gas Furnace/Air Conditioner system that was installed in February 2018. Replaced the 16x25x1 Air Filter. Inspected Electrical Components on Control Board. Cleaned Out Drain Line through Clean Out Tee. Put system in operation and measured Refrigerant Charge and Supply and Return Air Temperatures.Customer stated that the Fan Motor was making a humming noise while running. While tested system, determined that the sound was coming from the Compressor. System is operating to standards, and this is normal operation of the Compressor. If the sound increases please let us know.Was also informed that in the last several days their has been a smell in the house that could possibly be propane. This started after the propane tank was recently filled and an extension on the regulator Vent was added by the propane Company. Inspected Unit and check Gas Piping near the unit with Leak Bubble to ensure their were no leaks coming from the system. If issue persis
Performed ac tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications. Filter 16/25/1 replaced
Heat Tune Up and inspection. Cleaned grass filter . Checked all high and low voltage wiring. Tested thermostat. Cleaned flame sensor. Tested Ignitor . Check co in supply 0ppm . Checked Capacitors. Checked heat exchanger. Tested temperature splits .tested overall system and system is running to factory standards.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Washed and reset Electronic Air Filter. Cleaned Condensation Drain Line and Pump. Filled Pump and tested operation. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Measured Refrigerant Charge and Air Temperature Differential. System is running to standards.
Removed relay from zone panel. I reinstalled the wires for that zone to the zone panel . I set the zone panel for a 5 minute delay from first to second stage and tested out . System is running to standards .
Performed precision heat tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications at this time.
No AC on main part of church . Rooftop 6 was not running . I found 24 volt side of board losing power . Traced wires back to a smoke detector in the blower compartment tripped and cut the 24 volt side . I reset the switch and tested . I hear a loud squeak from the pulley on the squirrel cage side . I believe the Bering is dry and needs to be greased at the port . I found the thermostat not working . I removed the thermostat off the wall to find the far right pin was bent and not making contact with the thermostat. After I tested out I shut the system down till the pulley gets grease . Running the system without greasing the pulley could damage the pulley . I told Denny that we would send a tech back to grease the pulley and collect final payment .
Hot water heater not working at times . I tested the water heater to find the thermostat not working properly. I believe the gas valve is not opening or the thermostat not reading right and the waterheater runs cold . When the thermostat finally comes to the waterheater is already cold and can't recover fast enough. I would recommend to replace the waterheater due to age of the waterheater . Homeowner said he would like to think about it and call us back . I sent him a estimate for a waterheater . He said he didn't want a alarm or pan . He just wanted the waterheater .
Installed bump up legs on the outdoor unit. Disconnected the old lineset. Ran a new lineset inside line hide into the attic. Installed new 18 inch flex onto the existing air cleaner and into the return in the hallway. System was pressure tested for leaks, and charged with Freon. The system is now running to the factory standards.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Replaced 20x20x1 Air Filter. As per homeowners request, left an extra filter onsite. Cleaned Condensation Drain Pipe. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. The 45/3 Mfd Dual Capacitor is testing within range, but is starting to rust, and the terminals are beginning to rust. Contactor is becoming pitted and worn, burn marks are forming around the Contact Pads. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. System is operational, but appears to be in poor condition. Due to age and condition, recommend begin planning/budgeting for replacement.Thank You for becoming part of our Service Membership Program. Today's AC Tune Up will count as the First Tune Up on your new Service Plan. The office will contact you in the Winter to schedule the Tune Up on your Oil Furnace.
Upon arrival found two roof top units not working.Unit 13 - burnt incoming wires (15-20)along with a three pole contactor. After making repairs there maybe additional issues unforeseen until power is restored to unit. We will need to order part and reschedule to do work.Unit 11- blower was not coming on due to a burnt 2pole contactor. Replaced with new and tested operation
Upon arrival found outdoor fan not functioning, bad dual capacitor. Replaced with new and tested operation.
Performed Precision Air Conditioner Tune Up on system. Was informed upon arrival that the Condensation Pump was not working properly. Cleaned Condensation Pump and Blew through Vinyl Tubing. Put Pump back together and tested multiple times to ensure it was pumping properly. Replaced 16x20x1 Air Filter. While testing Electrical Components, found the Blower Capacitor was testing very low. Installed a new 5 Mfd Capacitor and tested operation. Measured Refrigerant Charge of system. Superheat levels were high indicating that the system was low on Refrigerant. Air Handler is from 1993 and the Heat Pump is from 2005. No refrigerant was added at this time. Due to condition of system, would recommend begin planning for replacement.Please note that during Tune Up process system was shut down for several minutes due to the PECO Energy Box connected to the system.Thank You for becoming part of our Service Membership Program. This Tune Up will count as the first Tune Up of your new Membership
Performed precision ac tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications. Filter is electronic which was cleaned
installed new Bradford white 50 gallon water heater in the basement. The new water heater sits inside an aluminum pan. Water alarm was installed in the pan. New expansion tank and ball valve were also installed. Water heater was tested and it is running to factory standards.
No AC . Found bad 60/5 mfd Capacitor on the outdoor unit. Tested the Capacitor and it was reading 0/5 . Outdoor fan was running but the compressor was not . After replacing the Capacitor I tested out . System came on and ran to standards and with a temperature split of 19 degrees . Supply 58 return 77 .
Service call that the Air Conditioner was not Cooling. Upon arriving onsite, system was turned off, but the Fan was turned On. Turned System to Cooling to test system. Found Outdoor Unit was not operating due to a failed 45/5 Mfd Dual Capacitor. Installed a new 45/5 Mfd Capacitor and put system back in operation. Amp readings on Compressor were to standard at 8.4 Amps. Measured a 16 Degree temperature split of Supply and Return Air. Please allow system several hours to properly cool the home due to the Humidity and Heat within the home.
Service call that the Air Conditioner was not working for the First Floor System. Upon arrival, spoke with Homeowner about issue. Found thermostat set to 72 and the Ambient Indoor Temperature was at 78 Degrees. The Outdoor Unit was not running and the Blower Motor was not operating. After troubleshooting system, found the Control Board was not receiving 24 Volts for Cooling due to a failed Thermostat. Removed Faulty Thermostat and installed a new T6 Pro Thermostat. Added a Common Wire to the Thermostat and wired into the Control Board. This will supply power to the Thermostat if the batteries become inoperable. Replaced the 16x25x1 Air Filter. Turned Power back on to system and tested operation. System was operating in cooling with a 57 Degree Supply Temperature, and a 74 Degree Return Temperature.
Performed gas boiler tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications.Recommend replacing mixing valve and piping surrounding due to water damage and fitting connecting to mixing valve are leaking.
Service call that the Air Conditioner was not cooling. Arrived onsite and spoke with the Tenant, Ron, about issue. System was turned off upon arrival. Turned system on to Cool and found the Blower Motor was operating. Proceeded outside and found the Outdoor Unit not turning on. Diagnosed system to find that the 60/7.5 Mfd Dual Capacitor had failed. Also found the 5 Mfd Blower Motor Capacitor was testing at its lowest recommended rating of 4.6 Mfd. Installed a new 60/7.5 Mfd Capacitor and a new 5.0 Mfd Blower Capacitor. Turned system back on to test. Amp readings on the Compressor were at normal levels, measuring around 8.8 Amperes. Checked Air Filter which was new. Measured temperature split between supply and Return Temperatures. Differential was measuring at 18 Degrees: Supply 59 Degrees, Return 77 Degrees. System is operational and cooling.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on Heat Pump system. Checked High Efficiency 201 Air Filter. Filter was in good condition and did not need to be changed at this time. Inspected Electrical Components on Air Handler and on the Heat Pump. Cleared Drain Line at Air Handler. Tested system in both stages of cooling to ensure it was switching over properly. Measured Refrigerant Charge while system was running in Second Stage. System is running to standards.
Removed trap assembly and cleaned out trap with CO2. Found debris in trap. Removed male adapter and inspected coil connection for cracks, found no thread sealant on male adapter. Sealed threads with teflon tape. Removed coil cover and inspected coil and pan. Coil pan was clean. Put back together and tested operation. measured air temperature delta accross coil.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Replaced 20x22x1 Air Filter. Air Filter was very dirty and had not been changed since last Tune Up in November 2017. Inspected Electrical Components on the Indoor and Outdoor Units. Cleaned Condensation Drain Pipe and Pump. Filled Pump and tested to ensure it was pumping out properly. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. System is running to standards.