DiBiase Heating & Cooling is the top-rated HVAC service according to the residents of Downingtown, PA and the surrounding areas. Find out why so many people love their service experience with DiBiase.
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Consistently great service
Chris - Downingtown, PA
Brian was on time, professional, clean and thorough.
Worth the money
Ryan - Downingtown, PA
Luis listened to the problem and genuinely tried to diagnose the issue we had (some rooms were very cold while others were fine). In the end, besides a minor ancillary problem that he found that required a small replacement part, it was basically a lack of preventative maintenance on our part. The honesty in diagnosis and the time and diligence taken to check all variables to reach the conclusion was refreshing. I wasn’t handed a tablet after a five minute inspection and told I’d need to cough up thousands of dollars to fix my problem with nebulous justification as to the efficacy of the fix. I’ll definitely be calling you guys back with any future issues.
Heating Duct addition
Jim - Downingtown, PA
Awesome Service & Life Saver!
Jim - Downingtown, PA
Had a technician (Luis) out on a Monday evening for a heating issue, turns out my hot water heater also had a vent pipe displaced on the top and had CO2 being emitted into my house. If not for his keen eye would not have been aware. He also had made arrangements to have my hot water heater installed next day. Thanks so much!
Vincent - Downingtown, PA
Kurt did a great job!
Great Service! Excellent job!
Vincent - Downingtown, PA
Luis did a great job!
Dan - Downingtown, PA
DiBiase techs are always polite, professional and do a great job. Highly recommended!
Detailed, professional and educational.
Brian - Downingtown, PA
Great service, very professional
Mike - Downingtown, PA
The technician was very professional and very thorough. Well worth the money
Ulaganathan - Downingtown, PA
Great customer service, from beginning to end.
Mary Beth - Downingtown, PA
Barry explained the process and answered my questions.
Don - Downingtown, PA
Kurt did a great job and fast. He knows what he is doing.
Consistently Great Service!!!
Rich - Downingtown, PA
We have always had great technicians. Quality work and Quality people.
Nancy - Downingtown, PA
,very helpful Understood the Amtrol unit well and showed us how to adjust it in the future
Peggy - Downingtown, PA
My experience with this company is excellent-effficient, reliable, professional and knowledgeable. They are also great communicators which i appreciate. Luis was here last year when i first moved in and provided the same quality of service and experience. I am a satisfied customer.
Great service as usual
Mark - Downingtown, PA
Went above and beyond by catching a mistake made by original installers (horizon) and fixed quickly and efficiently
Michael - Downingtown, PA
Bob Cowherd - Downingtown, PA
Better than average service
Linda - Downingtown, PA
Timely, good service. Too expensive!
Hugh - Downingtown, PA
Nice job by brian
Kevin - Downingtown, PA
Easy to get service when needed and technicians are top notch.
Great, courteous service!
John - Downingtown, PA
Service with a smile
Steve Ippoliti - Downingtown, PA
Fantastic service and professionalism.
Always great service
Kim - Downingtown, PA
Very pleasant and professional
Great service as always.
Charles - Downingtown, PA
Brian answered all my questions about my hvac system and advised me of possible future requirements.
Installed new pressure reducing valve. Checked bladder pressure again on expansion tank. Expansion tank pressure was 45 psi. Checked incoming water pressure with new pressure reducing valve, pressure was 50 psi. Water pressure went up to about 60 psi as the tank heated up. Water temperature was 121 degrees. All readings are within range. Drain pan was dry when I arrived. After installing pressure reducing valve, checked for leaks, no leaks. Water heater and pressures are working correctly at time of service.
Performed 6 month quality check, checked media air filter ok. Checked furnace setup. Cycled oil furnace. Started heat pump, tested defrost cycle. Checked btu output. Performed water test found 10 grains of hardness and o ppm chlorine
Customer has oil boiler single zone with multiple circuits, customer stated some rooms donâ€™t get hot, check boiler operation, check baseboard loop all loops getting hot, down at the basement there are purgers with valves, check water pressure reading 34 psi, at 180 water temp, removed some water from boiler and check expansion tank, noticed relief valve was leaking, air pressure in tank was 4 psi tried to add air to match boiler water pressure and could not add air pressure to tank new tank is needed, check supply and rerurn water temp supply 177 rerun 166 would recommend customer to clean baseboard to get better heat transfer, new tank is required to stop relief valve from opening, quoted to replace Bladder tank and match pressure to boiler water side
Heat pump not keeping up, found unit set to heat indoor unit running but no outdoor, check power to unit low and high voltage ok, after resetting unit check operation ok, time delay might have intermittent issues, also thermostat is takes tile to being auxiliary heat, runs heat pump first not sure what are the parameters on thermostat, would recommend replacing outdoor delay and hard start kit Replacement of time delay board, new thermostat and service charge, installed thermostat proT6 set up programming to heat pump with auxiliary back up, and also installed new outdoor time delay board for heat pump emailed proposal to replace water heater currently has 80 gallon electric, mentioned about special pricing on new water heater for the next two weeks from todayâ€™s date
Performed heating maintenance, replaced standard air. Serviced humidifier, cleaned and replaced water panel. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Blew out condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections. Started gas furnace, tested limit and safety switches. Measured fuel pressures. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Performed precision heat tune up on 2 nordyne gas furnaces. Replaced 1 16x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drains. Checked ohm readings of hsi on both furnaces. Checked temperature rise. Cleaned flame sensors. Both gas furnaces are working fine at time of inspection. Recommend replacing both powervented propane water heaters due to age of both water heaters.
Found when I arrived found water in drain pan under water heater. Put pressure gauge on bottom of water heater and found pressure to only be about 50 psi. Turned on water heater control valve and let water heater heat up the tank only pushed up to about 60 psi after heating up water heater. Checked expansion tank pressure and tank was not full of water. Pulled off relief pipe and tapped pipe on the floor. The relief valve had definitely had opened up. Told customer that it is more then likely one of two things. Pressure on the street could have spiked yesterday for a short time or a faulty pressure relief valve. Customer was concerned due to basement is finished and water level was to the top of the pan. Called office to explain situation, decided to replace the pressure temperature valve. Told customer if the occurrence happens again they need to contact the water company about the incoming water pressure. After installing new valve checked for leaks and re installed water alarm in pa
Performed precision gas furnace tune up on amana gas furnace. Checked all electrical components and connections. Cleaned condensation pump float was sticking slightly. Blew out condensate drain and pressure switch tubing. Talked to homeowner about the benefits of installing a whole house humidifier, customer is currently using single room humidifiers. 16x 25x1 air filter is clean. Checked temperature rise. Performed combustion test. Gas furnace is working fine at time of inspection.
Install a new Aprilaire #600 whole house humidifier to existing HVAC equipment. Mount new humidifier on return ductwork and run bypass to supply duct. Install a copper water line from the existing hot water heater to new humidifier. Added humidifier feature to communication thermostat so humidifier is controlled by thermostat cycle and test humidifier ok set to 35% humidity
Customer is having a concrete patio installed and wants to have a/c unit moved onto patio. A/c has refrigerant locking caps (will need tool at time of a/c relocation). A/c unit to be placed in customers garage and then re- installed once patio is completed. Set customer estimate for work to be performed.
Found condensation pump struggling to pump water away. Replaced 115v condensation pump. Also performed precision heat tune up on 1 trane gas furnace, and 1 amana heat pump system. Replaced 16x25x1, and Aprilaire 313 air filters. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drains and pressure switch tubing. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked temperature rise on both systems. Tested operation of emergency heat on heat pump system. Performed combustion test and checked gas pressure on trane gas furnace. Checked refrigerant pressures on amana heat pump. Both furnace and heat pump systems are working fine at time of inspection.
Customer has two heat pumps left side heat pump is down.....found thermostat calling for heat but no airflow, check air handler operation and found motor hot, check capacitor and found open blower cap, went outside unit and found compressor on overload protection, capacitor is open and hard start is not working, also contactor is pitted, unit seems to be low on refrigerant, customer electrical bill was higher than normal, due to all required repairs would recommended replacing system, customer has home warranty, he is getting in contact with them tonight, home consultant is set to come out tomorrow morning, by that time customer will have an answer regard home warranty
Noise from unit, found system off ask Chris to turn heat pump on, check heat pump operation, noise coming from reversing valve, after troubleshooting and talking to tech support, parts will have to be order compressor and reversing valve, office will get back to customer to schedule repairs visit,
No heat, customer is experiencing blank thermostat, found power on board, but not at the stat, check condensation pump and plug was little loose on electrical outlet, fixed outlet connection and test pump ok, pump is working just fine, performed combustion test ok check supply and rerun temp ok supply 130 rerun 72, flushed pump test ok did not found any issues with unit would recommended service on furnace
We will install a new supply air duct to the basement area tapped off of the existing trunk line and install a wall register. We will install a zoning damper and thermostat for the basement that will open when calling for heating or cooling. The thermostat will not control the system and just control the damper. We will install a return duct in the finished part of the basement on the wall farthest from the supply air register to move air through the basement zone. We installed a new 8 inch supply run off of the furnace with the zone damper attached. Cut the register in and installed it to the wall boot. We also install a new return run. Tapped off of the return duct near the back of the stairwell, cut in register hole and installed it to the wall. Installed new thermostat right above the new return vent and ran wire over to the furnace where there is a transformer with hooked it to. We then wired the thermostat in series with the zone damper. Test it out for operation and all
Performed precision heat pump tune up on amana heat pump system. Aprilaire 313 air filter is clean. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked temperature rise. Checked operation of emergency heat. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Gave homeowner an estimate for a reme halo uv system. System is working fine at time of inspection.
No heat call for 100K BTU single stage Norodyne natural gas furnace. Upon arriving we found supply temp 128F. Discovered dirty filter (16x25x1). Replaced filter. Discussed options with homeowner: membership or one time maintenance. Customer elected for Tune Up. Cleaned flame sensor. Verified condition/resistance of HSI. Visual inspection of burner/heat exchanger/ quality of flame ok. Combustion analysis ok.10MFD blower capacitor reading 5.8 MFD. explained pricing for capacitor replacement; customer approved. Our conclusion for the cause of inspection he intermittent no heat situation was the dirty filter and weak capacitor.
Heat tune up for Payne single stage natural gas furnace. Replaced 20x25x1 filter. Serviced humidifier. Cleaned flame sensor. Verified resistance/condition of HSI. 66F temp rise. Verified condition of burners/heat exchanger and gas pressure. All electric motors are mechanically sound. Combustion test proves integrity of heat exchanger. Furnace is operating well at the time of this maintenance. Provided estimate to add expansion tank to 40K BTU 50 gallon hot water heater. Estimate is for draining house/ installation of expansion tank and any necessary fittings and refilling/testing water heater.
Replaced (2) 20x20x1 filters. Voltage at contactor ok. Electric motors are mechanically sound. Lo side pressure low. System is undercharged. Temperature rise 40F with both heat pump and electric heat running. 5 MFD capacitor reading 3.5 MFD.
Checked intermittent no heat complaint on heat pump with lp gas back up, found thermostat set to emergency heat, John said that the furnace would lock out on fault 7 flame failure. Cleaned flame sensor, found burners all rusted around carryover. Replaced burners. Started furnace and tested. Cycled and light each time.
Owner of dry cleaner informed me that he has been without heat/cooling since last winter. Reviewing history shows Luis got both systems running after resetting breakers on a no heat call and did not notice any problems. Vital signs of systems were ok. Todayâ€™s maintenance I observed the same situation. Making a call for heat for unit for 4311. I began the maintenance for 4313. Unit 4311 shut off within 10 minutes; reset breaker>another 10 minutes of run time. Need to schedule to return for a more thorough investigation/diagnostics.
Performed precision heat tune up on daikin mini split system. Cleaned washable filters. Checked electrical conections. Checked temperature rise at indoor head. Explained to homeowner about heat pump system and defrost cycle. Checked to make sure coils were clean. Mini split is working fine at time of inspection.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Amana Gas Furnace System. Inspected 20x25x5 Air Filter. Filter was starting to get dirty but still in good condition. Homeowner is going to order a new Filter and continue to check. Inspected electrical components on Furnace. Cleaned Furnace Drain Lines and condensation pump. Visually Inspected Heat Exchanger condition. Put system in operation and performed a combustion Analysis. Measured Gas Pressure on system and adjusted to improve combustion readings. Homeowner stated that the thermostat temperature display does not appear to be accurate. Thermostat is an American Standard Communicating Thermostat wired into a panel at the unit. Tested temperatures at thermostat and confirmed that temperature is not accurate. Found no air leakage behind the wall of the thermostat. Would recommend replacement of the Thermostat. Due to being wired into a panel, if thermostat is not compatible with the panel, then we would have to rewire the system at the Furnace
Performed two heat pump check ups, check electrical low and high ok replaced filters, all electrical connections unit 4345 indoor and outdoor unit checked ok, back up heat ok outdoor unit refrigerant pressures ok test defrost ok on 4343 found sequencers for electric heat not working so customer is only on regular heat, he was complaining that some times unit blows cold air, needs new sequencer and thermostat for unit to work properly, replaced filter, check refrigerant pressures test defrost ok found condenser fan capacitor reading below ratings, emailed proposal for recommendations
Service call that the Oil Boiler was not running and there was no heat. Upon arrival spoke with homeowner who informed me that unit would run and then shut down. Found Primary out on Lock Out. Reset Control to test. Found unit would run for a minute or less before shutting down. Tested transformer and Pump Pressure. Pump pressure was measured around 100PSI. Removed Burner assembly and found CAD Cell was very dirty. Also found electrodes were worn and not in proper position. Tested Ohms on CAD Cell which were reading close to 0. Replaced CAD Cell Assembly and wiring. Replaced electrodes and set for correct positioning. Put boiler in operation to test. Cycled boiler to ensure it was firing and running properly. Monitored boiler for proper operation. Boiler temperature was still heating upon completion. Also let homeowner know to replace the Batteries in the thermostat due to being low to prevent any issues with the system not running. During previous visit on a Tune Up had noted that the