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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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
Ishmail - Downingtown, PA
Satisfaction 100% excellent job
Replaced old hvac
Leander - Downingtown, PA
Super service. Quick, professional, friendly. Really happy we went with them.
Ron Bunting - Downingtown, PA
Great service, friendly staff, and very comprehensive!
Great Service - professional
Stan - Downingtown, PA
Derick - Downingtown, PA
Same day service and the technician was on time in the two hour window provided!
Charles - Downingtown, PA
Tech gave me some tips & answered all my questions so I fully understood what he was talking about. Great job.
Above and beyond awesome!
Jen - Downingtown, PA
Just had my yearly service. Thought it would be a quick in and out. Of course with my luck it was not! Haha! Luis was so thorough and explained everything. Showed me all along the way. Your company and techs are the best!!! Keep up the good work!
Jerry - Downingtown, PA
Luis was very professional. Took time to review and explain process and recommendations.
John - Downingtown, PA
Technician Luis was professional and courteous. Spent time explaining options for replacing parts and also was thorough with the work done on the furnace. Emailed invoice immediately. Effortless experience for me.
Chris - Downingtown, PA
Our technician Chris got our heater working like a champ!
Chad - Downingtown, PA
Chris was fantastic! Very friendly, answered all my questions and showed me how to use everything with my radiators. Excellent service!
Joe - Downingtown, PA
Prompt, professional service
Jerry - Downingtown, PA
Outstanding service. Very informed technician
Dawn - Downingtown, PA
Louise was very informed and used layman's terms. Very professional.
Quick Response, great service
Scott - Downingtown, PA
Luis was very professional and did an outstanding job addressing our issue.
On Time - High Quality Heater Servive
Kevin - Downingtown, PA
Chris was on time for the annual maintenance service call and performed the maintenance in a professional and clean manner.
Great Service! Will continue to work with DiBiase in the future.
Richard - Downingtown, PA
We were happy with the HVAC installation. We contacted other companies for this service but felt most comfortable with DiBiase in terms of price and professionalism.
Always very happy with punctuality and quality of service.
Rick - Downingtown, PA
Glad I found such a great 'local' HVAC company in DiBiase Heating & Cooling.
Chris - Downingtown, PA
Jean - Downingtown, PA
These two young men, Dan and his associate, were very, very nice, Very respectful and knowledgeable. Very personable. They executed the work in a timely fashion, explained the unit at the end of the installation and departed. I always felt safe and comfortable having them in my house.
No heat found breaker mixed up and the 30 amp breaker was on the 60 breaker . I wired the 60 amp breaker at the unit that runs the unit and 10kw heat on the heat strip to the 60amp breaker in the panel . I wired the 30amp breaker to the 60 amp breaker on the unit that only runs 5kw heat on the heat strip . After Switching wires around and tested system . System had a 52 degree temperature split . And system shut down after satisfying the thermostat. Went over that system and system s running to standards.
Performed heat check up on rooftop heatpump package unit, electrical low and high ok check r22 test defrost ok test 3 phase electric heat ok 12 kw ok new filters, tightened all connections check thermostat ok, cycle heat pump ok
No power to unit, canâ€™t test electrical heat and unit. found broken condenser blade, and mounting grill, unit suite has no power but unit needs new condenser motor and blade, and also mounting grill also needs 10mfd blower capacitor fan blad looks like was hitting true suction pipe, might damaged pipe no signs of oil standing r22 pressures 55 psig
Found unit not running tat unit could not test unit due to blower motor not working bad blower motor, due to age recommend replacing unit, noticed lot of oil residue in condensate pan, also condenser fan motor is bad....unit is over 19 years old, unit needs to be replaced
Performed heat pump inspection check all connections, electric heat, Could not test unit due to no power to building, spoke to Dave and informed about situation, units does not have filter, takes 20x20x1 located back room in ceiling
Please order more 20x25x1 filters for first floor furnace. Performed precision heat tune up on heat pump systems and gas furnace. Replaced all air filters. Verified proper electrical and mechanical components. Verified proper refrigerant temps and pressures. Second floor system needs a Contactor replaced for proper auxiliary operation. Verified that all major components operate properly at time of service.
Performed precision heat tune up on gas furnace. Replaced air filter. Verified proper electrical and mechanical components. Verified proper gas pressures and combustion. Verified that all major components operate properly at time of service. Highly recommend considering replacing system soon after heating system. A small crack in the heat exchanger is forming over the nit and bolt assembly, which holds the heat exchanger cell together.
Performed heat pump check up, check electrical low and high ok new air filter 16x20x1 replace contactor for 10 kw back up heat, test electric heat ok check outdoor unit r22 and test defrost ok, cycle heat pump ok,
Performed heat pump check up/inspection check electrical low and high, ok new filter, check and test 10 kw back up heat ok, airflow ok check outdoor unit 410A pressures test defrost ok cycle heat pump ok, recommend replacing filte more frequently
Performed gas heat check up, check electrical low and high ok clean sensor ok gas pressures ok check cap ok, all wiring combustion test cycle heater ok, c Washed electronic filter,
Found no power to control board on high voltage inputs. Traced wiring back to inducer limit and found to be tripped. Reset limit and unit started. Replaced air filter (was not excessively dirty). Inspected all components and removed and inspected inducer orifice (1.5 stamping, measured 1.5â€ diameter). Inspected burners and primary heat exchanger. Turned unit back on and measured exhaust temperature. Inducer limit rated at 145 degf and is manual reset. Adjusted fan speed from med low to med high. Recommend new inducer limit. 145 degf manual reset. After running unit for several minutes exhaust temperature was stable at 123 degf.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on the Main House System. Replaced Air Filter. Cleaned and serviced Humidifier. Tested operation of Humidifier and set to 35%. Removed Burners and Cleaned. Visual inspection of the Heat Exchanger shows that there is corrosion buildup forming inside the Heat a Exchanger Tubes. The Hot Surface Ignitor is worn but is operating at this time. Performed a Combustion Analysis on Furnace. Combustion Levels were to standards. System is operating but is doing so inefficiently. Due to the Age, 25 Years, and Efficiency of current system recommend replacement of the Gas Furnace/AC before any issues occur.Also recommend replacement of the 75 Gallon Atmospheric Hot Water Heater due to age, 15 Years. Average life of residential Water Heaters is between 10-12 Years.Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on the Gas Furnace for the Addition. Replaced the 16x25x1 Air Filter. While inspecting Components, found the Flame Sensor was heavily corroded and pitted. Due to c
Performed precision heat tune up on 2 gas furnaces. Both air filters are okay at time of service. Verified proper electrical and mechanical components operate properly at time of service. Verified proper gas pressures and combustion. Cleaned both heater traps and sensors. First floor draft inducer motor is grinding on start up. I pulled the motor and inspected the propeller. The housing is cracked which is allowing the motor to bounce around. I tried to cover the part through warranty, but Carrier said it was a 5 year warranty not 10 because the part was never warranty. Collected total balance, zero payment due afterrepair. 12/7/18 Replaced first floor draft inducer motor, bumped both airflow speeds up on both furnaces to avoid heat exchanger failure. All dampers and registers are open.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Lennox Propane Fired Furnace. Checked 16x25x1 Air Filter. Filter was recently changed and in good condition. Inside of Furnace and Blower Cabinets were excessively dirty with dust and dirt buildup. Also found the Intake Vent Pipe was completely full of leaves and debris at the Combustion Box. Cleaned Leaves out of Inlet of Combustion Box. Burners are rusted and Corroded. Brush cleaned the Burners in place. Lit off Furnace to ensure the Burners were firing properly. Recommending removal of Burners to more thoroughly clean. If the Burners become too corroded/rusted they will block the Gas Flow and prevent the Furnace from operating. The Blower Motor Capacitor tested below its rating, and it is recommended to replace the Blower Motor Capacitor before any issues or damage occur to the Motor itself. Performed Combustion Analysis On Furnace while measuring Outlet Gas Pressure. Gas Pressure was set at 12.2" WC which is excessively high. Adjusted Gas Pres
Customer says heat some times does not work, upon arrival found thermostat set to 68F and stat reading 68F, test heater operation cycle couple times ok check and clear all drain from heater ok combustion test temperature split ok clean sensor ok could not find any problems, did noticed inducer is pulling 1.4 amps and it is rated at 1.5
Performed precision heat tune up on gas boiler. Found no water pressure in the boiler. The pressure reducing valve has failed and the water was shut off to the boiler. We filled the water psi to 18 psi, through the fast fill, and bled all radiators. Verified proper water pressure at designed temperature. We turned domestic water temperature down from 140F to 120F. Verified proper electrical and mechanical components. Verified proper gas pressures and combustion. You are not able to service the gas train components because it's blocked by the PRV. Boiler is operating properly at time of service. Left estimates on two types of HWH, with options on labor deciding which HWH to use.
Performed precision heat tune up on gas furnace. Replaced air filter. Verified proper electrical and mechanical components. Verified proper gas pressures and combustion. Verified that all major components operate properly at time of service.
Performed four package gas heat tune ups, replace filters on three unit 2 needs two 20x20x2 and two 16x20x2 combustion test on all four ok on unit 11 found inducer motor making more than normal sound, unit should be considered for replacement due to its age, set all stats back to what they were, cheange filter for unit B lobby and closet unit B need to return to finish 4 more units, and we need two more 20x20x2 and two 16x20x2 and four 20x20x1 also unit a needs new double pole contactor for electric heat, getting 24 volts but not closing.Returned to site to complete Tune Ups on the Split Systems. Replaced all remaining Air Filters. Installed the Double Pole Contactor for the Ladies Locker Room System. Turned Electric Heat on to test Operation. Total Amperage reading was at 37 Amps. Systems A and D refrigerant levels were to standards. Forced Units into Defrost to ensure they were switching over properly. System B (right side of weight room) was shutting down in Low Pressure due to b
No heat, upon arrival found heater trying to start, started ok, run for couple minutes ok, found dirty filter, replace filter and also found blower capacitor low recommend replacing capacitor, showed condition of exchanger to customer highly recommend replacing replacing system due to age and condition
Performed precision heat tune up on heat pump. Airfilter is ok at this time. Replaced humidifier water panel. Verified proper electrical and mechanical components. Verified proper refrigerant temps and pressures. Forced defrost cycle, all major components operate properly at time of service.
Replaced blower motor, verified auxiliary heat, verified proper refrigerant temps and pressures, all major components operate properly at time of service.
Performed oil boiler tune up cleanings, clean heat exchanger, replace rf1 oil filter, and .85x80B nozzle, recommend replacing electrodes, pump strainer and cad cell, bad shape customer ok repairs, replace all parts mentioned above, test operation after cleaning ok set CO2 at 12%, trace of smoke co test ok, check water pressure ok 15 psig, cycle boiler ok no name plate for boiler model and serial
Performed precision heat tune up on heat pump min splits. Two zones with 6 heads total. Washed all filters and verified proper operations. Verified proper electrical and mechanical components. Due to low charge and units working very efficiently I did not hook up gauges due to a potential of loosing refrigerant. There was 100F leaving air temps and rising. All major components operate properly at time of service.
Replaced inducer and inspected transition assembly. Found piece of plastic in secondary collector. After replacement measured pressures and found to be same as previous. Need to call tech support and provide price for replacement.
Found rocket tank gauge receiver set for 28-30â€ tank. Measured tank height at 26â€. Reconfigured for 26â€ tank. Need to reschedule oil boiler tune up for 4-6 pm window on Tuesday or Thursday.Performed heat tune up on oil boiler. Cleaned and inspected exchanger, replaced oil nozzle with new 1.00 80B nozzle, replaced oil filter with RF1 filter, Tested transformer and oil flow. Fired and performed combustion test, draft test, smoke test. Adjusted air for maximum performance.Electrodes are starting to wear, primary control is showing signs of age, gauge glass is corroded, oil tank rusty on back side of tank.