DiBiase provides air conditioning, heating and water heater services to the residents of East Fallowfield Township, PA and the surrounding areas for years. They are a top-rated business who puts your comfort first!!
HVAC maintenance generally includes:
- An inspection of your entire internal and external unit.
- Cleaning or replacing of air filters.
- Checks for any refrigerant leaks.
Regular HVAC maintenance is a good way to ensure your system runs smoothly all year, as well as helps to ensure you do not run into any unexpected problems. To learn more about our HVAC maintenance plan, give us a call!
On average, it costs around $200-$350 to get your HVAC inspected. Some factors that might cause the price to vary are:
- The size of your home.
- Contractor fees.
- If any repairs are required.
If an HVAC service technician finds an issue that needs to be repaired during their inspection, you should ensure that you get it fixed, as leaving an issue can allow it to become worse over time. To speak to one of our experienced technicians getting your HVAC inspected, contact us today.
It costs around $2,000-$6,000 to replace an old HVAC system. Some things that may affect the overall price are:
- The size and type of unit you want installed.
- The size of the home you plan to heat and cool.
- The price to remove your old unit and install the new unit.
- If new duct work needs to be installed.
When considering replacing your old HVAC system, you should also consider whether your air ducts should also be replaced. If your air ducts are as old as your HVAC system, getting them replaced at the same time will ensure that your new system is able to run more efficiently. Call DiBiase Heating & Cooling to find out more about replacing your HVAC system!
Yes! A draining and pumping of your water heater tank ensures that it works as efficiently as it can when it heats your water. It is also good to have your whole water heater inspected to check for any faulty wiring, pipes or components.
Your water heater should be serviced at least twice a year in locations with hard water, such as Pennsylvania. They should be serviced at least once a year in other areas where mineral build up is not as severe. Schedule an appointment today to get your water heater serviced!
Read our reviews and find out why your Pennsylvania neighbors consider us to be their nearby heating and air company in East Fallowfield Township, PA.
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Gail - East Fallowfield Township, PA
A/C Maintenance call
Sibu - East Fallowfield Township, PA
Neal - East Fallowfield Township, PA
Janet - East Fallowfield Township, PA
Matt - East Fallowfield Township, PA
Gail - East Fallowfield Township, PA
Tech Paul, Arrived promptly, and was very knowledgeable. After a through inspection, trying to find the issue, he determined all my system needed was a good cleaning. I was so impressed with the amount of time he took that I signed a maintenance contract. Lastly, I should add I’m a new customer!
Follow up and Semi Annual Maintenance
Bill - East Fallowfield Township, PA
Luis came out and went beyond the minimum and did additional insulation and and reconfigurations of essential elements of the system. Thank You.
Bill - East Fallowfield Township, PA
They did a great job troubleshooting for possible future problems
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.
Found oil furnace had just went off on reset twice recently. Suggested to homeowner that we should increase the nozzle size at burner beacause nozzle that is installed currently is only a .50x60 a and can clogg very easily. Oil tank is very old also and is located under the steps of home and is not easily accessible. Looked at specs for carrier oil furnace with becket nx burner and increased side up to a .60x60a nozzle. Still a smaller nozzle but a little less likely to clogg up easily. Set up the air to the correct setting per Manuel and performed a combustion test. Also checked temperature rise which was 67 degrees was within range. Oil furnace is working fine at time of service.
Found that the second floor was warmer than the first floor in heating mode. After going over duct system found no return at all on the second floor of home. ( this is a big issue as far as making the temperature more even in the home especially in the summer time. Customer recently purchased a t 9 thermostat but after setting it up he could Only get it set up for cooling only. Told homeowner without any return on the second floor the best thing we can do is to install the t9 thermostat with the 2 room sensors one for the living room and one for the 2nd floor master bedroom, but this doesnâ€™t help totally with the no return issue on the second floor. Homeowner is having a general contractor come out and he is going to have him look to see if there is any where to open up dry wall to ge some return to the second floor. Told him to give us a call to quote adding a return at this point. For the meantime installed customer supplied t9 Honeywell thermostat with the 2 room sensors and conne
Went into closet where recently installed water heater is located. Soap checked all fittings near water heater, no leaks. Also did not smell anything in the closet ethier. Also sprayed soap bubbles on gas line fittings at furnace, found n gas leaks and also did no smell gas. Homeowner mentioned that the smell does not happen all the time. Told her that a gas leak you would smell a strong rotten egg smell of the propane at all times. She is going to have her plumber come over to check to see if the smell is coming from the sewer some where. Told her that that could definitely be a possibility. Ran water heater and did not have any weird type of smells in the closet, vent pipe is sealed.
Performed precision oil tune up on carrier oil furnace. 16x20x1 air filter is clean. Checked all electrical conections and components. Replaced.50x60 a nozzle. Replaced garbar oil filter. After getting burner running noticed that the air setting on the becket no burner was a little off and was sputtering a little bit. Made air adjustments to burner. Head setting was originally a 2 had to move to about 1.5. Now burner is running stable. Also checked temperature rise and performed combustion test. Oil furnace is working fine at time of inspection.
Installed 40 gallon lp powervented water heater. Adapted to exsisting hot and cold lines. Adapted to exsisting exahaust vent. Adapted to exsisting gas line. Set water heater to hot setting. Explained to homeowner how to adjust. Also performed precision heat tune up on Goodman gas furnace. Homeowner to replace exsisting 12x20x1 air filters. Cleaned flame sensor. Blew out condensate drain. Checked operation of condensation pump. Performed combustion test. Gas furnace is working fine at time of inspection. Both gas furnace and water heat run off of one 100 gallon propane tank. Suggested to homeowner to have a larger propane tank installed. Both furnace and water heater are working fine at time of inspection.
Found when I arrived customer had recently run out of propane and water heater had a burning smell.examined water heater and found 40 gallon lp powervented water heater caked with 1â€ of soot. Also found it lighting very hard. Shut down water heater due to not combusting correctly. Gave homeowner a quote to replace. Water heater is 2017, but is literally un cleanable. Also performed precision
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed gas furnace and air conditioning system. Checked over entire system. All penetrations sealed. Venting proper. Wiring proper and secure. Condensate drain has proper pitch. No gas leaks. Outdoor unit a little off level. Corrected while here. Disconnect level and caulked properly. System working great at time of QA. Customer loves the new system and how much more comfortable the house is. Inside temp split - 119/69
Returned to site to replace OEM Lennox Control Board for system. Turned power off to unit and disconnected and removed existing Control Board. Installed new Lennox Control Board and reconnected all wiring connections. Set Dipswitch settings for Fan Delay. Put system back into operation and tested operation. Cycled system multiple times to ensure it was firing properly. Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on system. The 16x25x1 Air Filter was just changed. Cleaned Furnace Drain Lines and Inducer Tubing Lines. Tested Electrical Components on Furnace. Tested Resistance on the Ignitor and measured 2.7 Microamps on the Flame Sensor when system was in operation. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace and measured Air Temperature readings. Rust is forming on burners but burners are lighting and firing with no delay. Did note while testing system that the thermostat display was off by 1 degree when it would shut the system down. The thermostat appears to be responding normally when tempera
Service call that the Gas Furnace was not running. Upon arrival found Heat turned off at thermostat. Proceeded to furnace in basement and the Inducer Motor was running with no call for heat. Inspected Control Board and found burn spot on Board. Tapped on relays and inducer motor shut off. Cycled system and unit began running. Performed Combustion Test on system. Replaced the 16x25x1 Air Filter. Inspected Burners which are starting to rust, but are firing off properly. Burners may need to be removed and cleaned or replaced at some point. System is currently operating but due to the burn damage and the intermittent issue with the furnace, the Control Board will need to be replaced. Will call Lennox tomorrow to get pricing and availability for the Board and follow up with customer.
Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new leveled pad, disconnect, whip, line set, and Amana condenser. Brazed in line set with nitrogen. Connected high volt and low volt connections and sealed holes. Installed new Amana gas furnace and evaporator coil and brazed in line set with nitrogen. Pressure tested to 300 and evacuated down to 115 microns. Reconnected return , plenum, and sealed all connections. Installed new switch and receptacle and wired in high volt. Installed new ez trap and wired safety to break r. Reconnected gas line and leak checked. Installed new condensate pipe. Reconnected venting. Tested system in heat and adjusted gas pressures and performed combustion test. Added lineset charge and Tested system in cool.System working great at time of install.
Performed precision het tune up. Verified operation of thermostat and cycling of furnace. 50 degree temp rise. Inducer capacitor 5 MFD. Gas pressure low fire 6 In W.C. All motors pulling amps within specs. Condensate pump operating and in good condition. Combustion analysis proved good. Replaced Aprilaire 413 air filter. Heating system operating well at the time of this tune up.
Performed oil boiler tune up, check electrical low and high ok cleaned heat exchanger and flue pipe, replace nozzle and pump strainer, check spin off filter, check oil flow ok, cleaned cad cell and test transformer, transformer is about 70% of life, check draft, performed smoke and combustion test cycle boiler ok, check water pressure and temp lower the temperature n aquastat from 200 to 180
Performed gas heat tune up check electrical low and high ok, replaced filter, clean sensor and check burners, burners are in bad shape, lot of rust, also front part of heat exchanger is rusted showed pictures to customer, igniter is weak, heat exchanger is getting very weak at this time did not see anything major where system needs to be turned off but did recommend to customer replacement of system, performed combustion test cycle furnace ok emailed proposal to customer for repairs and also system replacement option
Tank is currently empty. Boiler does both the heat and hot water. No outside entrance. Thru the house to remove and reinstall. Copper fill and vent. Fill and vent piping go under the ground at least a foot down. 275 gallon tank currently. Fill is 1 1/4 and vent is 1 inch. Stuff everywhere in the house. Stuff would have to be moved just to get to the tank. Does not want to do an outside tank. Would be better to install outside due to stuff everywhere. Would recommend bidding a 240 gallon tank. Can probably get tank out whole if railing removed from stairs. Email quote to: Brian (Son) - Briandlarkins@gmail.com
Found heat pump system completely installed incorrectly. Outdoor heat pump is a York, indoor air handler is a Goodman. Duct work is done incorrectly at air handler. System was solder in with regular solder and flux for water piping. System would completely need to be re- installed and possibly there is solder loose inside refrigerant lines.
Performed precision oil tune up on peerless oil boiler. Replaced rf-1 oil filter. Replaced.75x80b nozzle . Found electrodes are warn and need replaced, also threading on oil assembly threading is stripping out. Called office and had nozzle assembly ran out to job. Also brushed and vacuumed heat exchanger and smoke pipe. Performed combustion analysis. Oil boiler is working fine at time of service.
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed gas furnace and air conditioning system. Looked over entire system. No air leaks. No gas leaks. No condensate leaks. All penetrations sealed and wiring proper and secure. Outdoor unit a little off level and also the service record missing. Corrected issues while here.
Return visit to cleared intake pipe and replace blower 40 cap
Reclaimed old refrigerate and unit. Installed new American standard gas furnace in same location. Installed new American standard coil on top. Adapted all duct work as needed. Taped and sealed all duct, adapted to gas lines adapted to pvc flue. Ran new copper lines and installed ac unit onto new wall brackets and pad. Installed a new disconnect box and electrical wiring to unit. Tested unit in all modes. Installed an ez trap and wired it into unit. Installed a new electrical box and outlet.
Performed gas heat tune up check electrical Low and high ok filter ok cleaned sensor and check burners ok noticed unit keeps going off there is a restriction ok intake informed customer about about situation, tried to cleared blockage, would recommend coming back to blow intake line to make sure nothing is left behind, also found blower cap reading below rating emailed proposal for recommendations
Checked no cooling complaint on second floor air conditioner, found no blower, checked furnace, found furnace control board with no heart beat checked for power ok, checked 24 volts ok, checked fuse ok. Furnace control board has failed. Installed a Trane board until we can get correct board. Started air conditioner, breaker tripped as soon as contactor closed. Checked for shorts and grounds, found grounded compressor. Checked capacitor found open. Also the disconnect is damaged. Need to replace furnace control board and air conditioner.
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok replace filter, check temp split ok, test pump and flushed drain ok outdoor unit refrigerant pressures ok capacitor and contactor ok cycle unit ok
Removed existing air handler and installed a new Unico air handler in the attic. A new auxiliary pan was installed as well. Wired in new air handler to a new disconnect in attic. Wired in low voltage wire, wet switch and EZ trap to break 24v thermostat circuit. Modified as needed and connected existing supply and return. Sealed all duct connections. Connected EZ trap to existing condensate drain. Due to line set being a flexible line set and leaks found had to run a new line set from the outdoor unit up exterior wall covered in line hide and to indoor air handler. Brazed all line set connections using nitrogen purge. Removed existing outdoor unit and pad and installed a new Amanda outdoor unit and pad at existing location. Installed a new disconnect and wired in outdoor unit. Pressure tested system and pulled to a vacuum of 350 microns. Opened up ports and tested system using subcool method. System running great at completion of job.
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high, check blower motor and cap ok, check temp split, filter is new, test pump ok ran ac outdoor and check refrigerant pressures capacitor and contactor ok during visit noticed water heater is from 2005 and expansion tank has failed full of water informed customer about situation and emailed proposal for repairs
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok air filter ok flushed drain test pump ok, heck temp split supply air 49 return air 71, check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures capacitor and contactor ok cycle unit ok outdoor coil need cleaning, tried to washed coil but water connection was not working properly showed customer how to clean coil, customer will talk to husband so he can do it,