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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Tim - Downingtown, PA
Very professional, knowledgeable and efficient service.
Very happy advice and quality of service.
Rick - Downingtown, PA
Luis did a terrific job and offered good sound advice. Thanks appreciate it... Rick Z.
DIBIASE 5 Stars
Kevin D - Downingtown, PA
Professional, clean and on time service. Friendly and able to answer all my questions.
Kevin - Downingtown, PA
Chris - Downingtown, PA
As Always, Amazing Service
James - Downingtown, PA
DiBiase has been our HVAC people since we replaced our system almost 6 years ago. Every interaction we have had with them has been wonderful. They are timely, helpful, respectful, knowledgeable, and reasonably priced. We are so glad we went with them!
Dorothy - Downingtown, PA
Tech was on time, professional, and knowledgeable. Service contract good money well spent. Will continue to have them service my heat pump.
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Joe - Downingtown, PA
It was simple. OK not as simple as one,two ,three but it was pretty simple. We have had a relationship with Dibiase for a while, they kept our old rusty boiler going for a few years while we saved up for the new one. Once the pump gave out they gave us the bad news, it's done. We collected ourselves and got estimates and once again they came through for us. After that it was fairly simple, expect for the two huge oil tanks they took out for us but that's a different story. On to the next repair...the joy of home-ownership!
Reed - Downingtown, PA
Great service. showed up on time
Derick - Downingtown, PA
Dan - Downingtown, PA
Joe DiBiase and his team have been servicing my system since I moved here in 2007. Their responsiveness, quality of work and professionalism has always been first-rate. A survey question asks how I rate their cost/pricing ... with the quality and level of service they provide, I've never seen a reason to check pricing.
Responsive and thorough
Dan - Downingtown, PA
Just had our oil fed furnace stop working due to previous owners neglect. I called DiBiase on a recommendation and they sent someone to assess and fix the problem just a couple hours later. Luis, the tech, was thorough and didn't stop until the problem was fixed. He explained what was happening, why it was happening and had all the parts he needed on hand to finish the job. I was impressed with everything about this company and signed up for their yearly maintenance program as a result.
Gail - Downingtown, PA
I woke up to no heat and Dibiase was out within 2 hours to restore my service! I could not be any happier!
Thank you. We don't have a problem anymore.
Barbara - Downingtown, PA
Thanks for fixing the problem with the gas furnace. It is working great now. I'm happy we switched to your company. Great people and service.
Great service awsome tech
Marybeth - Downingtown, PA
Happy he solved the problem
Barbara - Downingtown, PA
Kurt with Dibiase was able to diagnose the problem and provide a remedy. Thank you.
Leanne - Downingtown, PA
David - Downingtown, PA
Great service. They got my heat running after hours on a cold night.Joe and Chris were very nice and knowledgeable. Thanks DiBiase!
Great, prompt service!
Jeff - Downingtown, PA
Punctual and Efficient
Jeanne - Downingtown, PA
I love the txt messages I receive when the tech is on the way to my house. The DiBiase techs are professional, knowledgeable and efficient.
Leander - Downingtown, PA
Brian - Downingtown, PA
Excellent service and very polite.
Pam - Downingtown, PA
Best company ever very efficient, price was right and the technician was great
Steven - Downingtown, PA
Two Thumbs Up
Tim - Downingtown, PA
Upon arrival we drain the old hot water heater and cut out old copper connections.. we removed old heater and installed a new one on pump ups in a pan with a new pressure relief pipe. And water alarm directly below installed new expansion tank and tee for expansion tank old one was very corroded.. new ball valves as well old ones were busted and didnâ€™t work. Strapped the expansion tank ran water and checked temperature for new one...
Performed precision ac tune up on 2 carrier ac's. Replaced 1 16x25x1 air filter, and 2nd floor filter was clean. Blew out condensate drains. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Both systems working fine at time of service.
Performed precision ac tune up on luxaire ac. Replaced 16x20x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Found no safety on older ez trap , recommended replacement of older trap. Homeowner may install at a later service date.
Installed 2 complete systems new furnace downstairs with new vinyl and pump also saftey switch, ez trap and pump wired in for saftey all new plenum all the way to supply trunk re connected return and installed a new filter. Re ran all new line sets and thermostat wire for outdoor set both outdoors on new pads with new whips and disconnects. Upstairs re ran new plenum to connect to supply new April air filter housing both units take April air 413 filters upstairs we reconnected all drains and heat tapes for drain protection including wet switch ez trap and heat tape for furnace drain. Flushed upstairs linesets and vacuumed both systems down to 200 microns and charged appropriately. Installed switch and outlets on both units as well set thermostats and went over with customer. Both systems were tested in heat and cooling and are operating fine. Needs small piece of insulation for new plenum when we come back for quality assurance come ASAP. Combustion numbers were standard.
Performed ac tune up on Carrier ac. Homeowner recently replaced 24x24x1 air filter. Indoor coil is pretty corroded and outdoor compressor is drawling 16.5 amps, not very efficient. Recommend getting a quote on replacing system. Blew out condensate and tested condensate pump. Also checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at both indoor and outdoor units. Checked all electrical conections and components. Homeowner will call the shop when ready.
Add R-22 Refrigerant to system. Price is for the First 2lbs and then for each additional pound needed. Estimated amount of Refrigerant is 4-5 lbs. The exact amount is not known until we begin adding Refrigerant to the system. (4/23/19) added 4lbs 13 oz of r-22. Pressures are now 215/65 at 70 degrees. Recommend getting a quote for the future. Told homeowner we don't know how long charge will last. Homeowner whould like a salesman to come out and give him a quote on replacement.
Performed ac tune up, on heat pump, check electrical low and high ok replace filter, found trap clogged, would recommend installing ez trap, check split ok, test pump ok. Check outdoor unit r22 pressures ok capacitor and contactor ok, cycle ac unit ok Cut existing pcc trap formed with 3/4 fittings, installed ez trap with float switch, and wired switch to unit Convert compressor to CSCR help compressor every time starts test and cycle unit after repairs ok, ez trap draining ok,
Performed precision ac tune up on Rheem ac. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Tested all electrical components and connections. Blew out condensate drain. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at both indoor and outdoor units. System is running fine at time of service.
Performed precision a/c tune up on trane a/c system. Replaced 20x20x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at both indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of service.
Performed ac tune up on xp17 heat pump, check electrical low and high ok replace customer supplied filter, flushed drain, noticed trap was leaking quoted for new ez trap, customer ok repairs, installed ez trap and wired switch to units thermostat, check outdoor unit 410 pressures ok noticed contactor is in bad shape, burnt contacts, and also start capacitor needs to be replace currently has leaked all was/liquid shoes customer condition of both parts, quoted for repairs, informed customer about unit manufacturer parts warranty until 2023, does not cover capacitors, and contactors, contactor Lennox and was told by LENNOX MANUFACTURER ONLY COVERS MAJORS COMPONENTS COILS, COMPRESSOR, INDOOR AND OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR, TXVS, CONTROL BOARDS AND REVERSING VALVES, THERMOSTAT IS NOT COVER BY MANUFACTURER,
Nest thermostat not working properly, found nest with no power to it, found switch off, at the heater, thermostat has only 4 wires, does not have common wire,
Replaced outdoor sensor under warranty. Found that old sensor had water inside and was not connecting to the thermostat. Replaced and connected.
Performed 6 month inspection. Replaced Aprilaire 413 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at both indoor and outdoor units. System working well. During inspection found water heater is leaking from relief valve, pressure tank is water logged, and bottom of water heater is corroded. They had a propane gas water heater before, now the have an 80 gallon electric. Pvc vent and gas piping are still in place except tract pipe wip and drip leg. Gave homeowner options to choose from. Added 10 oz of r 410a.
Performed precision a/c tune up on Carrier a/c system. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Blew out condensate drain and tested condensate pump with water. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at both indoor and outdoor units. Also checked newer amana a/c system by super heat and sub cooling. Had readings of 14 super heat and 5.4 subucooling we first checked. Adjusted txv valve to now 15 super heat and 7.8 subcooling. Pressures on amana system were now 204/ 105 at 63 degrees.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on Carrier System. Replaced the 20x25x4 Air Filter, provided by the Homeowner. Inspected Electrical Components on the Air Handler. Cleaned Condensation Pump and Drain Trap. Tested operation of Condensation Pump. Inspection of the Air Handler shows growth forming along the inside of the Air Handler and on some of the Wiring/Components. UV Light is installed in Supply Ductwork. Inspected Electrical Components on Outdoor Unit. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. Refrigerant Charge is to standards at this time.Recommended Drain Safety Enhancement is to replace Condensation Pump with a Pump that can be wired into system. Also recommend installing an EZ Trap onto the system. Both the New Pump and the EZ Trap would be wired into the system and shut the unit off if they became clogged, or the pump filled and did not pump out.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Ups on the First Floor and Second Floor Systems. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filters on both Units. Inspected Electrical Components on the Indoor and Outdoor Units. Could not access drain lines to clean out. Recommend installation of EZ Traps with Unions for both Systems. Measured Refrigerant Charge on both Systems. The First Floor System is running to standards at this time. The Second Floor System is Cooling but is overcharged with Refrigerant. This is causing the Refrigerant Temperatures/Pressures to be higher. At this time of testing, Head Pressure was not at level that could cause damage to the compressor. Head Pressure will Natural be higher when the Outdoor and a Indoor Temperature/Humidity Levels are Higher. Recommendation would be to recover Refrigerant Charge on the Second Floor System and weigh in Charge according to Manufacturer specifications.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on Amana Heat Pump System. Replaced 20x22x1 Air Filter. Cleaned Condensation Drain Line and Pump. Filled and tested operation of Condensation Pump. Inspected Electrical Components on the Air Handler and Outdoor Unit. Ran System in Cooling Mode and measured Refrigerant levels. Refrigerant levels are to standards at this time. System is operating to standards and is in good condition.A Drain Safety Enhancement would be to install an EZ Trap onto the Condensation Drain Pipe. This has an internal Float Switch which will cut power and shut the system down if the drain becomes clogged.
Performed Six Month Inspection on Amana Gas Furnace/AC System. Replaced the 24x24x1 Air Filter. Verified system settings via the Cool Cloud App. Inspected EZ Trap and Condensation Pump to ensure they were clear. Added Unions onto the Condensation Drain Pipes to allow for easier accessibility to the Condensation Pump. Reset system in AC Mode and measured Refrigerant Charge. Added 12 oz of 410-A Refrigerant to System, Charging by Subcooling/Superheat. Refrigerant levels were to standards upon completion.
Performed Six Month Inspection on Trane Gas Furnace/AC System. Checked Air Filter. Filter was recently changed and in good Condition. Inspected EZ Trap and Condensation Pump. Reviewed Settings on Furnace Control Board. Measured Refrigerant Charge on System. Found system was only running at 800 CFM which was causing the Refrigerant Pressures to be irregular. Rewired the Y Wiring to W1 at the Control Board. Restarted system to test. System was now operating at 1600 CFM which is the recommended rating for the 4 Ton AC. Added 10oz of 410-A Refrigerant to System to increase Subcooling to the Recommended rating of 10 Degrees.Installed Caps on the Refrigerant Ports on the Outdoor Unit. Trimmed the Foam Sealant inside and outside that was bulging out from the wall Penetration. Sealed the Gap between the Air Filter and the Furnace with Silicone. System is operating to standards at this time.
Performed ac tune up, check electrical low and high flushed drain ok, replace filter, check outdoor unit r22 contactor and capacitor ok cycle ac unit ok split ok
Performed Air Conditioning Tune Up on Trane Heat Pump System. Was informed of previous issues with the Air Conditioning. Replaced the 14x30x1 Air Filter. The 14x20x1 Filter did not need to be changed at this time. Inspected Electrical Components on the Indoor and Outdoor Units. While testing Components, found the Start Capacitor was not testing at the proper rating. While the system is starting with no issues right now, it is recommended to replace this Start Capacitor. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system and found Temperatures/Pressures Indicating the system is low on Refrigerant Charge. Due to the system having Refrigerant added multiple times, it is recommended to add Leak Dye into the system as well as Refrigerant. If the system becomes low again, we will used UV Lights to try to find the source of the leak, and recommend more permanent repairs at that time. Included estimates for the Refrigerant and for the Start Capacitor. While the system is heating/cooling right now, the syst
Went over the piping, customer wants the pipes to be above the door frame, will be little hard to accomplish this but we will need 90 3/4 shark bite, Per customer, he will take care of that task and also will put in the water heater recir screen, left 18 length shark bite water heater connector with customer he will do all work, per customer
Performed ac tune up, check electrical low and high ok flushed drain test pump ok, customer will replace filter, check split ok outdoor unit 410 pressures ok check super heat and subccoling ok 70/5 cap ok cycle ac unit customer has hybrid system propane heater with heat pump, advised customer about water heater pressure relief valve slowly leaking customer aware
Performed ac tune up on attic heat pump, noticed on getting up to attic, pull down stairs one handle is broken, and around unit there is no plywood informed customer about getting that situation fixed, for future visits, also unit does not have ez trap, it should have an ez trap, also auxiliary pan has float switch should hav a wet switch so pan does not get full of water in case there is water dripping at the pan, . there is no way you can clean trap currently has 90s forming a trap, check electrical low and high ok 213 filter ok, flushed drain and test pump ok old pump, check outdoor unit 410 pressures ok capacitor and contactor ok, cycle unit ok
No heat, smell coming from vents, upon arrival found system off, turned system to call for heat, initial combustion results indicate heater is not running/correctly low oxygen with high carbon dioxide and higher than normal carbon monoxide, heater went off on high limit blower did not starts found bad blower motor, ecm motor, module getting 122 bolts, and 12 volts dc, need to get entire motor canâ€™t get the module itself, heater is 9 years old, looks like will have problems with heat exchanger once we put in blower motor, would recommend getting price for new heater will be better options, office will call tomorrow morning to shedule visit with Sam