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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Great Service and Install
Patrick - Downingtown, PA
Debra - Downingtown, PA
Great professional service
Jeriah - Downingtown, PA
Highly professional and forthcoming
Helpful and Informative
Vernon - Downingtown, PA
Jeanne - Downingtown, PA
They were great getting me a technician same day and reached out to see if an earlier time would be convenient when the opportunity arose. Great customer service. I will use them again
Luis is great
Patrick - Downingtown, PA
Luis is always a pro and easy to work with
Annual Maintenance check
Kathy - Downingtown, PA
Kim - Downingtown, PA
Great service! Very professional!
Spring A/C Tune up
Jerry - Downingtown, PA
Appreciate the very knowledgeable technicians.
Rich - Downingtown, PA
Professional, informative and a pleasure to work with. Great local company with great people! Thank you!!
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.
One, two three
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
Performed Quality Assurance On System. Installed new Offset Line Hide Coupling to match the rest of the Line Hide. Reviewed installation and completed Checklist.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned condensate drain and trap. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Inspected cooling coilok. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter ok. Cleaned condensate drain and pump. Inspected cooling coil. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Installed two hard start kits for outdoor units, will give units better starting tork, more life in compressor cycle and test both units ok
Installed a new American standard gas furnace with a American standard coil, as well as a American standard ac unit. Inside we changed the return boot and modified for a April air 4310 media filter, I re connected gas lines and vinyl lines, new junction box was added and bx wire was ran to a new 4x4 box with a switch and outlet. A new condensate pump was installed as an ez trap and both were wired in for water protection. We installed a new April air humidifier and re connected the water line and wired in to hum terminals on board. New drain line was added. We re connect the venting right at the unit with 2 couplers and a short piece of 2 inch PVC. A new plenum was needed all the way up to the duct work for connection. Ducts were sealed and taped. A new lineset was ran and filter dryer installed inside. System was triple evacuated and vacuumed down to 222 microns and held for 20 minutes charge was adjusted and pressures checked out ok new whip disconnect and thermostat wire was install
Checked no cooling complaint on first floor air conditioner, set thermostat to cooling, started outdoor unit, found compressor did not start , checked capacitor 45/5 reading 45/5. Need to install start assist. Installed start assist. Started air conditioner, compressor started, checked voltage, and amperage. Checked refrigerant charge ok.
Performed 6 month inspection on inverted heat pump checked electrical low and high ok filter ok test pump, outdoor unit ok pressures and electrical ok during same visit installed reme-h air purifier, recommended setting fan to circulate for better air distribution cycle unit ok
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Inspected cooling coil. Cleaned condensate drain and pump. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections. Measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed Peco inspection, checked air filter, clean. Blew out condensate trap. Checked electric back up heat. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter ok. Inspected cooling coil. Cleaned condensate drain and pump. Shut humidifier off for summer. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections. Measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.Office to collect payment.
Checked no cooling complaint on second floor air conditioner, set thermostat to cooling, unit did not start, found emergency safety switch at top of steps off. Turned on. Air conditioner started. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil.
Checked condensate leak, found trap and pump dirty and discharge line restricted. Cleaned condensate drain and pump, blew out condensate discharge line. Tested condensate pump. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned condensate drain and pump. Inspected cooling coil. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections measured capacitor values ok. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on Carrier System. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter. Filter was dirty and should be checked and replaced as needed every 30-45 Days. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Blower Motor was very hot to the touch. This could be attributed to the Dirty Air Filter. Motor is rated for 14.5 Amps and was running around 12 Amps. This is a 1075 RPM 1 HP Blower Motor. There is no Access to the Condensation Drain Line to Clean Out. Had previously recommended installation of an EZ Trap onto the AC Drain Line. Revised EZ Trap estimate and is included whit todayâ€™s invoice. Checked Refrigerant Charge and Measured Air Temperatures on Supply and Return. Refrigerant levels are to standards at this time.
Installation of new 50 Gallon Natural Gas Power-Vented Water Heater. Turned Water Supply and Gas Supply off to the Old Water Heater. Drained of water and removed Venting, Water Pipes, and Gas Piping. Once drained, removed old Water Heater. Installed a new 50 Gallon Natural Gas Bradford White Power-vented Water Heater. Installed Water Heater elevated in Auxiliary Drain Pan with a Water Alarm. Adapted to the 2â€ PVC Vent Piping. Reconnected Gas Piping with Drip Leg. Refitted a section of 3/4â€ Copper for the Hot and Cold Water Pipes. Installed new ST-5 Expansion Tank. Filled Water Heater and put system in operation. Tested Gas Piping to ensure no leaks. Inspected Water Pipes and Vent Piping to ensure no leaks. Set Thermostat Control to Setting A.
Installed amana ac coil and outdoor unit. 16x25x1 air filter is clean. Tested condensate pump and drain. Checked delta t it was a 21 degree split. Also checked refrigerant pressures, system is running to manufacture specifications.
Performed cooling maintenance on 2 air conditioners, checked air filters ok. Cleaned condensate drain and pump. Inspected cooling coils. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioners, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coils
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on System. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter. Turned Humidifier Control to the Off Position. Cleaned Condensation Drain Line and Pump. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Washed Outdoor Coil with Water to remove dirt/pollen buildup that was collecting. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. The Dual Capacitor for the Outdoor Unit is testing at rating, but is becoming rusted at the top and on the Terminals. System is operating to standards at this time.Possible enhancements for the system are to install an EZ Trap onto the Drain Line, and to add a Surge Protector for the ECM Blower Motor. Included estimates for these items.
Service call that the AC was not working. Upon arrival spoke with Homeowner about issue. System was turned off. Turned System to AC Mode to test Operation. The outdoor Fan Motor was not running, but the compressor was operating. Tested Fan Motor and Dual Capacitor. The Dual Capacitor for the Outdoor Unit had failed. Replaced the Dual Capacitor and put system in operation. Measured Amp readings on the Outdoor Fan Motor. Measured Refrigerant Charge and Supply/Return Air Temperatures on System. System is only producing about a 14 Degree Supply Versus Return Air Temperature. Supply Air measured at 54 Degrees with a 68 Degree Return. Superheat was measuring 31 Degrees and the Vapor Temperature was at the Freezing level of 32 Degrees. The system is low on Refrigerant. Also found the High Efficiency Air Filter was dirty and needs to be changed. This was not affecting the Refrigerant Pressures at this time. Replacement of the Filter and adding Refrigerant were deferred at this time. This could
Checked no cooling no outdoor. Checked outdoor unit. It came on as I was removing the access panel. Checked and tighten all electrical connections. Checked refrigerant charge ok.
Checked no cooling complaint, set thermostat to cooling, blower started and outdoor came on but no outdoor fan motor, checked motor, found burnt wire at the capacitor causing motor to not run. Repaired high voltage wire. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil ok.Customer will call in Monday with payment
Checked noise and no cooling, started heat pump, unit started but can hear the outdoor fan motor labor to run. Check amp draw rated at 1.5 running at 1.1, cycled heat pump and the fan motor did not start, checked capacitor ok, checked motor, found failed bearings. Replaced outdoor fan motor. Wired and checked operation. Checked refrigerant charge ok.
Installed new ac condenser unit, new heavy duty plastic pad, new disconnect and also new whip to unit, installed new evaporator coil, with exterior txv, replace condensation pump, run new vinyl and attached pu,p safety to R ok control board, pressure test system at 300 psi for 15 minutes no leaks, triple evacuation 250 microns, run ac unit for 30 minutes and check super heat and sub cooling pressures 280/135 with indoor temp 79, supply 55 return 78 test pump ok overall system great shape,
Found no call to outdoor heatpump from indoor unit. Went upstairs to indoor unit and found that ez trap wire was pulled off of spade terminal in the closet. Resecured and ac came right on. Also found very dirty evaporator coil recommended chemically cleaning to land loard he oked work cleaned coil and checked refrigerant pressures, they were 174/ 70 r22. Very good. System back up and running at time of service.
Installed Daikin Ductless outdoor unit under deck area. Homeowner spoke with us while onsite about mounting the Outdoor Unit on Wall Brackets. Due to the style of the wall, it was agreed on with the Homeowner to install Outdoor Unit on a Pad on the Ground. Ran new 12/2 wiring from the Siemens Type QP circuit breaker panel to outdoor Unit. Installed a twin 2-20 amp breaker. Rewired the two separate breakers onto this twin breaker. Installed a Double Pole 20 Amp Breaker for the Outdoor Ductless System.Install new indoor unit on 3rd floor room above the back window. Cut hole through the wall of the room into the knee wall. Ran linehide on 45 deg angle into knee wall. Cut hole in outside wall and ran Line-hide down the Outside Wall of the Home. Cut through the deck and ran the line-hide flush with this hole above and below the deck. Ran Refrigerant Lines, drain Tubing, and electrical Communication wire into kneewall and then outside and down the wall through the Line-Hide, through d