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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Tom - Downingtown, PA
Kurt was very pleasant, courteous and prompt. Was professional in his manner. Did a good job
Steve - Downingtown, PA
Excellent, friendly and knowledgeable
Ductless Unit Tune-up
John - Downingtown, PA
Kurt was on time and informative regarding things we could do on our own to extend the life of our unit. His inspection form was emailed almost immediately after he left showing where our unit is performing well and where it could use some possible upgrades.
Great! Thank you
Desiree - Downingtown, PA
John - Downingtown, PA
Nice guy that stayed with the problem, explained things fully and helped me make good decisions all late on a Friday afternoon. Stephanie was able to get me scheduled same day which I appreciated as well. May have to purchase a new furnace so will consider you guys for that.
Excellent Service Response
Steve - Downingtown, PA
The guys were great and highly experienced. Very professional.
Great installation top quality work
John - Downingtown, PA
Danny - Downingtown, PA
Peggy - Downingtown, PA
Sulimar - Downingtown, PA
Vincent - Downingtown, PA
Kurt Manges did a great job! Very happy with the service provided!
Prompt and courteous
Ryan - Downingtown, PA
Alphonso - Downingtown, PA
Great, fast service
Alexander - Downingtown, PA
Brian was very helpful in fixing our heating unit. Luckily we already owned the part needing to be replaced and he was able to do so.
Good service. Reputable company
Umar - Downingtown, PA
Great experience. The DiBiase team was professional and efficient. Hopefully the AC tuneup will make it run smoothly for a while. Thanks!
Excellent and Personable
Crystal - Downingtown, PA
Paul was a pleasure to work with. He was punctual, informative, and efficient. He certainly went above and beyond to educate me and review all aspects of our heating unit. If I’m able to request Paul in the future, I certainly will. Thanks Paul.
Jim - Downingtown, PA
I think they are honest and reasonable
Sarah - Downingtown, PA
He was great as always. Thank you
Cindie - Downingtown, PA
Thank you so much for going the extra mile to make sure my family had heat again.
Great service and knowledgeable technicians.
Lois - Downingtown, PA
Brian and Zach fixed the leaking pipe. Excellent service and response time.
Robert - Downingtown, PA
Install of New Heat Pump
Ryan - Downingtown, PA
Robert - Downingtown, PA
They explained what they found an how they fixed it.
Sara - Downingtown, PA
Barbara - Downingtown, PA
Dibiase personnel are professional, efficient, and knowledgeable.
Replace collectorbox due to leaking bad seal and plate Add termination on intake so the exhaust gases are not recirculating back into furnace and performed a combustion analysis on furnace once is fixed installed new front cover plate and also repair termination on intake and exhaust pipes, ran unit for 30 mins and insect drain and cover-plate no leaks were found, also both intake and exhaust pipes are free of blockage emailed proposal to replace tankless water heater
After talking to homeowner about what he was experiencing, went down to oil furnace to investigate. After thermostat give a call it first sends 24 volt to c&g and gives a fan call. Blower comes on first before oil burner fires. Explained to homeowner that this is why they are experiencing feeling the cooler air at first before heat exchanger gets warm and air feels warmer coming out the vents. Primary was not locked out and found smoke pipe to be reletivly clean. This particular furnace has a draft inducer on smoke pipe. Found 120 volts going to draft inducer but motor is hot and locked up. Called distributer for price and availability. Also tested blower capacitor and cycled blower motor off and on. Functioning correctly every time. 3-27-20 installed new draft inducer on exhaust pipe cycle and test motor, mechanism ok also cycle oil furnace and performed combustion test check draft ok did noticed buzzing sound from ac ready kit on burner informed customer about situation as right now
Performed two ac tune up check electrical low and high ok replace filters check split ok check outdoor units refrigerant pressures capacitor and contactor ok check amp draw on compressor and fan motor ok cycle both unit s ok
Replace fan assembly with ecm upgrade assembly for unit Set dip switches to correctly correspond to manufacturer specifications, performed a cfm test by temp rise and unit need 1000 cfm and final results were 1020 cfm adjust cfm for cooling at 400 cfm per ton 3 ton we will double check cfm on cooling when we come back in the summer time
When I arrived found thermostat at 60 degrees inside temp and set to 67 degrees. Went down to boiler and did not have a 24 volt call between 1 &2 terminals on 1st floor zone valve. Pulled thermostat off of wall and jumped red and white wires together. Now had 24 volts at 1 & 2 terminals of zone valve and boiler came on. Also found system circulator pump is starting to fail. Pump is making a grinding noise. Replaced Honeywell t-6 thermostat under warranty, and called supply house for price and availability on circulator pump. After replacing thermostat made sure zone got hot again. Found circulator pump is making some grinding noise (taco 007 f5) 3/25/20. Installed circulator pump and checked for leaks. Purged air by manually opening all 5 zone valve. Every zone is getting hot and working fine again.
Job Time: 19 Man Hours New Equipment: In Warehouse Old Equipment: Call Deb or bring back to office for Scrap Collection Final Payment: Collect Balance on completion American Standard Gas Furnace:S9V2B080U4PSBB American Standard AC: A4A7A6036J1000A American Standard Coil: T4PXCBU36BS3HAA Install new American Standard Natural Gas Furnace in existing location. Install Indoor Coil on top of Gas Furnace and seal equipment connections. Complete supply and return duct connections. Reconnect venting and add Horizontal Drain Kit to Intake Vent Pipe. Adapt Gas Piping to new Furnace and test fittings for leaks. Install new electrical box with switch and outlet. Install EZ Trap onto AC Drain Line. Current Drain Line is a gravity drain into the foundation. Adapt new Drain Piping into Foundation. Install new outdoor unit on new pad with stone and level. Install new disconnect box and whip to unit and seal disconnect to wall. Flush existing Lineset and adapt to indoor coil and outdoor unit. Pres
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high voltage, check air filter, filter ok flushed drain and test pump ok check split, check outdoor unit 410 pressures capacitor and contactor ok cycle unit ok mentioned to customer about reme special pricing
Customer concern: no heat/hot water Upon arrival I found the boiler was in hard lockout. I checked the oil tank and noticed it was on empty. I instructed customer on how to bleed line when they fill tank. They will call if they have any questions.
Performed precision a/c tune up on carrier a/c. Homeowner just replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components ( at outdoor unit) . Checked all Temperatures at outdoor unit and refrigerant pressures. A/c unit is working fine at time of inspection.
Performed precision a/c tune up on Goodman a/c system. Checked 16x25x4 air filter is ok. Checked all electrical conections and components. Tested capacitors at indoor and outdoor motors. Checked temperature split at indoor coil. Checked refrigerant pressures at outdoor unit. Told homeowner about special on reme halo indoor air quality system. System is working fine at time ok service.
Replaced expansion tank for system as it was full of water and corroded. Tested operation.
Performed precision a/c tune up on Goodman a/c system. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Talked to homeowner about disconted price this month on reme whole house air purifier. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain and tested condensate pump. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of service.
Performed 6 month inspection on recently installed system, check electrical low and high ok replace filter, check and test humidifier ok check and inspect burners flame sensor, ok gas pressures performed combustion test ok also check ac mode outdoor unit 410 pressures capacitor and contactor ok cleaned outdoor coil, also added tabs to pump
Installed new high efficiency gas furnace set on pads installed new pump and vinyl to discharge line eztrap and pump tied into r to break power Incase unit fails. New coil and outdoor unit with new thermostat wire and line sets drilled 2 wholes for new venting and ran all new venting capped chimney. Outdoor new whip disconnect and pad leveled on stone. Unit was pressure tested at 352 and held for 10 minutes vacuumed down to 129 microns and held for 10 minutes after a triple evacuation. Existing thermostat (nest) wired in with no common. Installed new April air 413 air filter transitioned plenum rather than moving return duct. Removed old humidifier and patched return and supply ducts. Replaced expansion tank for water heater.
Hot water issue, upon arrival found water inside pan, inspect tank and found water leaking from gas valve, water heater is from 2011 recommend new water heater, not worth repair water heater is the same price as replacement emailed proposal for new water heater
Performed ac tune up, check electrical low and high ok filter ok, clean condensation pump add tablets, and test pump ok check airflow and check outdoor unit clean coil and inspect capacitor and contactor ok check retro resumes ok cycle unit also during same visit cleaned flame sensor furnace was not working properly due to dirty sensor
Performed heat pump inspection check electrical low and high ok replace air filter, check back up heat ok check split check all safeties check outdoor unit 410 pressures test defrost ok cycle heat pump
Service call that the Heat was not working and the homeowner noted the Condensation Pump was full. Found that the Pump was intermittently turning on and detected a burning smell from the Pump Motor. Recommended replacement of the Pump due to the Motor failing. Replaced Condensation Pump and wired into control board. Filled pump multiple times to ensure it was pumping properly. Inspected Furnace and Components. Inspected Burners and Heat Exchanger. Cleaned Flame Sensor and Burners. Checked Furnace Drain Line. Checked Air Filter which was clean and in good condition. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace and measured Air Temperature readings. Thank You for becoming part of the Service Membership Program! The office will call in the Spring/Summer to schedule your AC Tune Up which will be the First Tune Up under your new Plan.
Performed precision a/c tune up on Lennox a/c. Found 20x25x4 air filter to be clean. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain. Visually inspected indoor and outdoor coils. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of inspection.
Performed precision a/c tune up on carrier heat pump system. Replaced 20x25x5 air filter ( homeowner provided) checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain. Checked temperature split at indoor unit. Checked operation of condensation pump. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of inspection.
Install new furnace in existing location on Furnace Feet if height allows. Install new Indoor Coil and complete supply and return duct connections. Seal all equipment and ductwork connections. Adapt venting to furnace and add Horizontal Drain Kit. Adapt gas line to Furnace and test fitting connections to ensure there are no leaks. Install new electrical box with switch and outlet. Install EZ Trap onto Drain Line and new Condensation Pump on Vibration Pads. Run new Vinyl Tubing to point of discharge, and wire Pump and EZ Trap Interlock Safeties in series to the "R" Circuit. Install new 600M Bypass Humidifier and Humidistat Control, and complete wiring connections. Run Drain Line from Humidifier to Condensation Pump. Install new outdoor unit on a leveled Pad with Stone. Install new disconnect box and whip to unit and seal disconnect to wall. Install new copper line set from indoor coil to outdoor unit. Pressure test, evacuate, and release refrigerant to the system. Seal all Wall Pene
Replaced single pole 40 amp contactor and cycled on and off condenser. Checked r-22 pressures at 46 degrees. They were 130/46. System is back up in operation at time of service.
Removed blower wheels . Un wired low voltage wiring to get out of way of blower removal. Brushed and vacuumed both blower wheels, cabinets, and bottom of secondary heat exchangers. Turned power back on to both systems to make sure all wiring connections were back in tact. Both systems are back in operation.
Completed Quality Assurance on Spirit Oil Furnace. Filled out Checklist Form in system. Reviewed installation with Homeowner.
Performed gas heater tune up and ac unit check up, check electrical low and high cleaned sensor and check burners check low and high stage gas manifold pressures ok check split and performed combustion test cycle and test furnace ok add tabs to condensation pump and test ok replace air filter, on the ac side check all connections check refrigerant pressures high side and low side capacitor and contactor ok cleaned outdoor coil cycle system ok