When you need air conditioning, heating and water heater services in Exton, PA, you need DiBiase Heating & Cooling Company. We’ve earned a reputation over the years for providing customer-first service you can count on.
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He was terrific.
Karen - Exton, PA
Professional, timely, reliable service. Thank you.
Tony - Exton, PA
Great knowledgeable Service
noelp - Exton, PA
Luis Tenorio was extremely knowledgeable and extremely helpful in diagnosing and recommending solutions. Would highly recommend
John - Exton, PA
Great Service, Staff & Honest Work!
Cindy - Exton, PA
Long time customer and always have experienced exceptional service & work!
Always the best
Jennifer - Exton, PA
Great service and great people
Tracy - Exton, PA
Technician was very knowledgeable and helpful on diagnosing the situation and advising.
Tony - Exton, PA
excellent service, very professional, on-time, reasonable price, with courtesy. Much appreciated. Thank you.
reliable, quality service, reasonable in price, and on-time, with courtesy too. much appreciated.
Tony - Exton, PA
Job well done.
Barbara - Exton, PA
Karla - Exton, PA
Great service! Always profesional
Shelley - Exton, PA
Another great visit.
Virginia - Exton, PA
Chris came to service our new heat pump for the summer months. He gave the same professional care as the installers; answering questions and providing helpful tips. A pleasure to deal with DiBiase.
Virginia - Exton, PA
Mike and Paul did a great install of a heat pump while correcting errors from a previous job, while explaining it to me. They were polite, professional, prompt.
Wonderful team, reliable service, and reasonable/fair pricing
Tony - Exton, PA
The DiBiase Team is very responsive, and continually provides excellent - professional services. I would continue to highly recommend their services to others, as I have done. Tony - Realtor/Residential property owner (multiple properties)
Neal - Exton, PA
Great Service, Great Team
Angie - Exton, PA
Craig - Exton, PA
Fast response and courteous staff assisting us with hot water problem.
Craig - Exton, PA
On time... courteous... professional...
DanVer - Exton, PA
Very professional company, Chris was polite and knowledgeable, answered all of our questions, and provided high quality service.
Toni - Exton, PA
Great experience. Efficient, prompt, friendly and flexible with timing. Chris did a great job and fixed my humidifier in an hour when two other technicians (from different companies) were unable to do so.
Great service.....as always from the DiBiase team.
Tony - Exton, PA
good professionalism, responsiveness and timeliness, and completeness also. Courtesy and respectful as well. Luis was wonderful. Thank you, Tony - happy customer
Herman - Exton, PA
I called in the morning to describe an AC problem and they set up an appointment ..... they arrived ahead of time and were very professional. Problem solved, plus they gave me a quote for a new system, which I requested, during the same visit.
Service, Timeliness, Results
Tony - Exton, PA
Most professional service provided; right-on-time; courtesy and completeness. Can't say enough positive things about Joe DiBiase and his HVAC team of professionals. Very customer oriented - shame there are not more businesses functioning like they do! Tony
HVAC and Hot Water Heater Replacement
Diane - Exton, PA
I have been a long time customer and I trust Joe and his team 100%. They are very professional, kind, and technically skilled. I highly recommend them!
12/6/2019 . Completed install 4 new zone valves. Traced out each individual circuits and transformer feeding the valves. Found that one valve anytime time there was a call for heat on any zone had sent heat directly to the 2nd floor loop. Changed it to 1valve feeding the second floor, and the labeled each loop. Anytime boiler is heated circulator pump will always energize when the boiler limit hits 140 degrees.
Found thermostat reading fine when I arrived. This thermostat can not be replaced with just a Honeywell t-6. It is a Bryant communicating thermostat. With module at indoor air handler. Outdoor sensor is also designed for this set up. Checked over system and from talking to tennet. It was ethier an issue with the system itself or the computer sitting on the desk in front of the thermostat heat rising up the temperature. Told tony to call us if they have an issue again. Checked refrigerant pressures they were good.
Performed heating maintenance, replaced second floor air filter. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values, found weak addition capacitor. Replaced dual run capacitor. Started heat pumps, tested defrost cycles and measured btu output. Checked operation and temperature rise across coils
Heat pump inspection and electric heater check up, both filter were replaced, check electrical low and high ok test electric heat and heat pump pressures 410 capacitor ok test defrost ok cycle both units ok found all three contactors is bad shape for heat pump, and both air handlers would recommend having them replace will emailed quote to replace all three contactors we need to come back and finished rooftop inspection Performed heating maintenance on rtu, replaced air filters. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Started gas furnace, found blower not coming on, found failed control board, tried to run fan by the thermostat, thermostat has call at thermostat but not to the unit, found thermostat wires must have short or cut. Jumped grab to run on heat call no delay but they have heat now. Recommend replacing control board and install a wireless thermostat Did not email.
Water leak from furnace, found no water on floor, run heater for minutes fours water leaking at the secondary heat exchanger collector box, also unit is running on high co levels, we need to investigate whatâ€™s going on with heat exchanger quoted for repairs manifold gas pressure is at 3.5 wc, informed customer about both heaters having flex gas connector goin in to heater cabinets, by code should be hard pipe customer is aware....customer wants to get second opinion on diagnostic they will call office
Performed quality assurance inspection on hvac system and water treatment system. Install looks great. Performed water test before and after conditioning, adjusted settings for 2 people and 13 Gpg hardness level. All working ok at time of inspection.
Performed heat pump tune up. Checked electric heat kit and adjusted dip switches for proper airflow. Checked temperature rise. Replaced 413 air filter. Checked all electrical connections and components. Checked system charge. Measure voltage and amperage at outdoor unit. Inspected lineset and wire. Fixed a whistling noise at return. System running great at time of install.
Found zone valve that does the hallway are an actuating with the thermostat (the only valve that is not a taco valve) but still heat is going past. Also found other zone where heat is going past the valve. Removed zone head and still continued to push past valve. Gave homeowner price to replace both zone valves. Put xâ€™s on bottom of valves. Recommend all 6 valves be completely replaced and wiring re done. Homeowner to think about next move.
Performed heating maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Blew out condensate trap and drain. Started gas furnace, tested limit and safety switches. Measured fuel pressures. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise. Serviced humidifier, cleaned and replaced water panel. Started humidifier and checked operation. Set humidistat to 35% rh
Performed heating maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Tested electric back up heaters. Started heat pump, tested defrost cycle. Measured btu output. Checked operation and temperature rise across coil.
Checked no heat complaint, found gas valves off in unit. Checked heat exchanger, found holes in heat exchanger. Opened gas valves, got 1 circuit to try to start but no ignition have 24 volts to ignition control but no spark. Pulled burners, see nothing preventing spark. Option 1: Recommend replacing heat exchanger and ignition control module. Will not be able to continue to troubleshoot until work is complete Option 2: Recommend replacing RTU.
Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new Amana high efficiency gas furnace and coil. Installed new Amana 16 seer outdoor condenser. Ran new lineset and brazed in with nitrogen. Pressure tested to 300 psi and evacuated down to 180 microns. Reconnected electric and gas. Leak checked gas. No leaks found. Installed new condensate pump and ez trap, wired into unit. Reconnected thermostat wire. Installed Honeywell t4 thermostat. Installed April wire high efficiency filter. Sealed duct connections. Tested system and adjusted as needed. System running great at time of install.
Checked lights flickered when heat pump starts. Cycled heat pump and did not see lights flicker. Checked out unit and measured btu output. Did notice that an old dehumidifier did make the lights flicker. It is plugged into a extension cord with a chest freezer.
Turn power off to system and remove Zone Valve head for the Dining Room loop. Install new Zone Valve Actuator and complete all wiring connections. Turn system on and test Dining room zone from the Thermostat. Insure Valve Head is opening and baseboards are heating properly. 11/13/19. Installed zone head and checked operation of valve. Found thermostat near dining room already turned up above room temp , found baseboard heating up. Cycled thermostat down bellow room temp and made sure valve closed again. Then found zone that feeds the office area downstairs set to bypass, put back on auto, now zone it working properly.
Performed quality assurance check on Weil McLain 90% condensing boiler. Found that basement zone thermostat is inaccurate. ( homeowner at this time is just going to compensate for in accurate temp) . Added sentinel x100 inhibitor to the boiler. Checked all electrical conections. Performed combustion test on boiler and found it to be in specifications with the manufacture. Also added water alarm to side of boiler to alarm any water leakage.
Service call that the Boiler was not Heating the home. Had been onsite earlier to perform a Tune Up and found the Fill Valve was not working properly. Found system was not filled with water and not heating. Removed the current Fill Valve and Expansion Tank. Repiped the Main Water Feed and installed a new Watts Fill Valve. Piped Expansion Tank into loop and installed a new Automatic Air Vent onto the system. Once complete, we will refilled the boiler and put system in operation to test. Purged Baseboard Loops of Air and tested Zones to insure all areas are getting hot. While testing the zones, found the Dining room was not heating. Tested the Zone Valve head which is failing. Will provide an estimate and follow up with price for replacement of the Zone Valve Head.
Performed heating maintenance, cleaned burners and pilot burner. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections. Started boiler, hear air. Expansion tan was just installed. Purged air and boiler pressure went to 0 psi. Checked fill and supply water, found fill will not add water. Recommend replacing auto fill and vent on air scoop.
Checked no heat complaint, found 24 volts cut to the thermostat at the condensate pump. Pump is full and running. Cleaned pump, tested did not pump, blew out discharge itâ€™s clear. Replaced condensate pump. Wired and started heat.
Checked poor heat, found heat pump running and heating but no auxiliary heat, found thermostat display aux heat on but no call. Checked thermostat, found white wire on w2 not aux. retired thermostat, started heat pump, checked now heat pump is running with electric heat with call to aux.
Drained and removed old 80% gas boiler. Installed new Weil McLain 95% efficient modulation condensing evergreen series gas boiler. Installed new primary secondary piping and all necessary accessories. Installed new primary and secondary circulatory. Repiped gas line and ran new intake and exhaust venting. Installed new outdoor sensor. Removed bad zone valve. Checked for leaks and found none. Installed new condensate pump and vinyl to sump pump. Tested operation of boiler in low and high fire and performed combustion test. Boiler is operating at manufacture specifications.
Installed novo water softener and filter. With air gap separator . Set unit to correct levels and date and time. Unit is running to manufacture specs.
Performed heat pump check electrical low and high ok filters ok, check and test 10 kw back up ok check split, check outdoor unit 410 pressures ok capacitor and contactor ok, test defrost ok noticed evaporator coil is leaking there signs of dye on inside coil, quoted for repair on evaporator coil, unit was not register so only had 5 years warranty
Performed precision heat tune up on older York heat pump. Replaced 16x20x1 air filter. Blew out condensate drain. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is older and is corroded at outdoor and indoor coils. Should start considering replacement of system.
Found that yellow and green wire were tied together down in the basement. Found that a/c was coming on with gas furnace. Wire is broken and or making conection in the wall some where. At this point homeowner is going to try and run an 18/8 thermostat wire from second floor to basement. We will then come back to re mount eco bee and make connections down at furnace.
Performed heating maintenance, checked media filter ok. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started gas furnace, tested limit and safety, measured fuel. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.