DiBiase Heating & Cooling Company provides air conditioning, heating and water heater services to our neighbors in the East Fallowfield Township, PA areas. Since we opened our doors in 2008 we have lived by a code of integrity, honesty and quality.
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Bill - East Fallowfield Township, PA
Routine check but all went well, as expected.
Neal - East Fallowfield Township, PA
Great job. Personable and enthused professional.
Great Service! Always on time!
Leigh - East Fallowfield Township, PA
Carolyn - East Fallowfield Township, PA
Bryan was very professional and thorough.
Performed ac check up, check electrical low and high, replace filter, flushed drain ok, check split only getting 12, check outdoor unit r22, unit is low on r22, also super boost overheating, and contactor making noise, quoted for repairs and also to add r22 would not recommend doing repairs, system to be upgrade chuck to come out to price complete system
Performed ac inspection check electrical low and high ok flushed trap and test pump ok check split ok turned off humidifier, replace filter, check outdoor unit r22 pressures ok capacitor and contactor ok cycle unit ok need to return to install UV bulb Replace uv bulb 16 in length uv-16R
Performed Six Month Inspection on American Standard Gas Furnace/AC system. Replaced the High Efficiency 413 Air Filter which was dirty. Inspected Wiring on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Reviewed Programming on Furnace Control Board. Checked Condensation Pump and EZ Trap to ensure they were clear. Tested Safety Switch on EZ Trap. Put system in Air Conditioning Mode and measured Refrigerant Charge on Unit. System is operating to standards.Recommend using the â€œCirculateâ€ feature on the Thermostat for the Fan. This will intermittently turn the Blower Fan on/off in between Heating/Cooling Cycles. This can help circulate air through the house which can help improve the overall Comfort within the home.
Drain Water Heater below Relief Valve. Remove the old Valve and install a new Hot Water Heater Relief Valve. Refill Water Heater and test. Installed new relief balve on water heater, quoted for new water heater thermal expansion tank will be included with new replacement
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Rheem Gas Fired Furnace. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter. While inspecting Electrical Components, found Blower Motor Capacitor was testing below the rated level. Also found Ignitor is beginning to show signs of wear and deterioration. Performed Smoke Test and Visual Inspection of Heat Exchanger. Cleaned Burners and performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace. Draft Inducer Motor is running at higher than recommended Amp Readings. The Motor is rated for 1.35 Amps and is measuring at 1.45 Amps. Also found Pressure Switch Tubing is starting to become Dry and worn. The Gas Furnace/AC system is about 29 Years old. Due to the age of the system and the overall condition, replacement is recommended.Visually inspected Hot Water Heater after speaking with Homeowner about issue. Found a heavy amount of Corrosion around the Pressure Relief Valve. There is a small amount of water dripping from the Corrosion on the Valve. Recommend replacement of the Pressure Relie
10/3 code called tech support helped me troubleshoot unit, had me hard reset unit and check discharge pressure per tech support pressure should be over 400 psig only getting 300 system need to be evacuated and check for leaks,
Service call that the Gas Furnace was not operating. Upon arrival, spoke with Homeowner about issue. Found Thermostat was set to 73 Degrees and the Indoor Temperature was 57 Degrees. Proceeded to the Furnace to troubleshoot. System was not displaying any Error Codes. Cycled Furnace to test. Found that the Draft Inducer Motor was seized and was not coming on. Motor was receiving proper Voltage but was not operating. Ordered replacement Inducer Motor Assembly and left to pick up from Supply House. Returned and removed the Failed Motor. Installed new Inducer Motor Assembly and made all wiring connections. Put system in operation to test. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace and measured Amp Draw on new Motor which was to standards. Indoor Temperature had increased to 60 Degrees upon completion.
Performed HeatPump check up, check electrical low and high ok test 5 kw ok replace filter, check outdoor unit 410 ok test defrost ok cap ad contactor ok cycle unit ok found true suction valve core leaking, fixed valve, heat pump ok this time,
Performed oil tune up on hot air furnace, clean heat exchanger, flue pipe and chimney base, replace nozzle check strainer ok spin-off garber filter looks ok, this kind of filter not included under maintenance only covers standard filter, nozzle .59x60A check air ratio adjust air for zero smoke and combustion test cycle furnace furnace ok
Performed two gas heat inspections on gas heaters. Check electrical low and high ok check filter ok clean sensor and check burners ok combustion test ok cycle heaters ok recommend zap pro protectors for control boards connected common wire on board customer will connect common on stats
Replaced homeowner supplied watts water pressure reducing valve . Leak tested and pressure tested . Factory set at 55 lbs . Valve is working to factory standards.Removed old 50 gallon Pv water heater and replaced it with a new 50 gallon pv water heater . Reconnected cold supply and hot supply lines . Installed new tee and installed new expansion tank to tee . Reconnected gas line to new water heater . Leak tested gas line with bubbles. Reconnected exhaust pipe . Tested exhaust while water heater was running . Water heater was installed in a new pan with bricks . Water alarm was installed in pan . Relief pipe was installed. Before water heater was started up the pressure in the water heater was 55lbs . After the water heater heated up i took the pressure again and the pressure was 59lbs. After testing the water heater the water heater is running to standards with a 95 degree temperature.
No heat, customer has ductless outdoor unit with four heads, all four head with error cod 76....two and three way thermistor problem, called tech support for troubleshooting and ohm out thermistors, per tech support both sensor need to be replace, quoted for repairs Replace both thermistor two way and three way 12-4-18 Luis T installed both sensors and test operation ok, also quoted for surge protector customer ok with price, installed surge protector on outdoor disconnect
Install a new 40/7.5 Mfd Capacitor and Single Pole Contactor on the Condensing Unit. Test operation upon completion.Performed heat precision tune up on furnace. Tested all safety devices and inspected all components. Found hairline crack in trap and burners corroded. Recommend new trap assembly and new burners.
Original call was heat tune up, upon arrival found stat off, set thermostat to call for heat, noticed heater would not come on, thermostat not working properly shows heat then goes to off, customer aware both of us were looking at stat, heater finally stayed on for minutes then goes off, board does not give any codes no pressures switche code limit or flame sensor code, found partially blocked burner box intake, heater cycling on and off when the burner door is on, sometimes for minutes but it does goes off, when burner door is off, heater stays on ok, something is clogged blocking air flow to burner box,, board not giving any codes, not sure why, usually gives pressure switch problems after 3 or 4 trials but not giving any codes, durI got visit found water heater expansion tank ruptured recommend replacing water heater due to age, clear intake heater ok
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Performed 6 month inspection of heating system to verify performance. Adjusted heat airflow settings back to manufacturer settings. Replaced air filter. Tested furnace operation and performed visual component inspection. Fired unit and performed combustion analysis and temperature rise test on furnace. All if working to manufacturer specifications.
Service call that the Air Conditioner was not Cooling and was tripping the Electrical Breaker. Upon arrival spoke with Homeowner about issue. Found that the Breaker for the Outdoor Unit was tripped. Reset Breaker and put system in operation. Tested over operation of system and could not the Breaker to trip. After running the system the Breaker began to trip. Tested Electrical Connections and found during one of the Breaker trips that one of the power wires at the Outdoor Disconnect box was testing that it was shorted to ground. Reset Breaker and put system back in operation. Traced wiring from the Electrical Box and while moving the wiring around the Breaker simultaneously tripped on two occasions. Recommend replacing the Power wire from the Disconnect Box to the Electrical Box with new 10 Gauge Wiring. While reassembling the Electrical Panel Box, found Breaker was making a sizzling noise and then tripped. If the Breaker has repeatedly tripped over time this could be causing the Breake
Finalized finance paperwork and inspected job.
Performed hp inspection heck check electrical low and high ok 10 kw ok replace filter test humidifier ok outdoor unit r22 pressures contactor and cap ok installed ecm motor protector please bill for 117.73 customer ok with price
Performed precision heat tune up. System is running to manufacture specifications. Filter 413
Installed new American Standard gas furnace on a new return air box. Installed new 10x25 return drop with new Apriliare 2410/413 filter and transition for return drop. Set new coil and adapted to exisitng metal for supply. Converted furnace to propane and reconnected 3" PVC venting and gas line. Installed new 4x4 box, outlet, and switch and plate. Install new air conditioner on a new pad, move air conditioner location to close to where deck ends and outside of cased in area (speak with Bill about location to place unit before installing). Replaced lineset and installed new whip and disconnect box. Installed new American Standard Nexia 824 thermostat and programmed.Tested System in AC Mode and added 3lbs of 410-A Refrigerant to account for additional Lineset length. Tested Combustion of Furnace in Both Low and High Stages.
Upon arrival found bad condenser fan motor, compressor needs hardstart kit, and wiring is chewed up/bare from mice.Due to age and condition recommend replacing system. 17yr oldAppointment set 9/11/18 4-6 pm with joe to replace system.
Performed mini split tune up. Cleaned blower wheel and outdoor coil. Checked temperature splits. System is functioning to standards. Return 76 supply 55.Customer gave coupon.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Replaced 20x25x1 Air Filter. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Found evidence of a mouse nest in the Control Area on the Outdoor Unit. Found one wire was chewed and exposed. Was able to cut Thermostat wire back and reinstalled. The Dual Capacitor on the Outdoor Unit was testing very Low on the Compressor Side. The Blower Motor Capacitor was also testing below rating. Installed a new 60/5 Mfd Dual Capacitor and a new 10 Mfd Blower Capacitor, and tested operation. Washed Outdoor Coil with water. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. While testing system, found Amp draw on the Compressor measuring high. Compressor is rated for 24 RLA and is running around 23.7 Amps. The system is operational, but is drawing more power and working harder, which is causing the efficiency to drop. System is about 17 years old. Due to age and condition, recommend begin planning for replacement of the AC/Furnace.
Customer stated that the Second Floor System is running for extended periods of time during the day and struggling to maintain Setpoint Temperature. The First Floor System is running less often throughout the day and maintaining proper temperature. Measurements of the Refrigerant Charge appear to be within normal operating range. Sub cooling levels are slightly elevated, but System is still producing a 23 Degree Temperature Split between Supply and Return Air Temperatures. Inspected Indoor Coil and TXV Bulb positioning. Checked Blower Fan Speed which is set on High Speed. Measured Temperature at the Thermostat to ensure the Thermostat was accurate. Checked a Supply Air Temperatures in several of the Bedrooms. Temperature splits ranged between 15-20 Degrees throughout the bedrooms.Recommendations to help balance the Second Floor more evenly would be to run the Fan in an "On" or "Circulate" Featurenfor both the First and Second Floors. Turning the First Floor System down slightly may