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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Barbara - Exton, PA
Very satisfied. Thanks
Great Air for a Dental Office
Dr. Jon - Exton, PA
The crew came in and cleaned up my entire heating and air conditioning system as well as installing air scrubbers for additional safety during the Corona Virus pandemic. They were neat, careful and they stuck to the agreed pricing with no pressure for upsells. Very professional and knowledgeable outfit.
Great service, reliable, most professional, and timely. Kurt is very good!
Tony - Exton, PA
Thank you DiBiase team!
Great service, friendly and professional!
Karen - Exton, PA
Techs were outstanding, patient and understanding!!!
Tom - Exton, PA
Sunita - Exton, PA
Good. Was professional
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...
Amana Heat Pump Model #: / Serial #: Amana Air Handler Model #: AVPTC37C14BA / Serial #: 2003550135 Disconnected and removed existing Air Handler, Humidifier, Return Drop, and Return Box. Installed new Amana air handler on a new Support Box with an Aprilaire 2310/#313 High Efficiency Air Filter System. Installed a new 10x25 Return Drop. Created a new supply plenum. Sealed all ductwork and equipment connections. Installed new 15kw auxiliary heat kit with Single Point Entry Kit. Completed all high voltage and low voltage wiring connections to unit. Installed a new T6 Wifi Thermostat and wired into system. Installed new EZ trap with switch and new condensate pump on vibration pads. Ran new Vinyl Tubing to outside discharge. WireD safeties in series to break cooling (R) 24V circuit to thermostat. Installed new Two Stage Amana heat pump on new pad elevated with pump up legs. Installed new disconnect box with Surge Protector and whip to unit. Flushed lineset and adapted to indoor a
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high replace filter, flushed drain test pump check split ok outdoor unit refrigerant pressures ok capacitor ok contactor has lot of wear contacts are almost flat, insulation on suction line is missing, and compressor windings are all black will need new compressor terminal kit, quoted for recommendations due to age high dollar amount to repair would recommend having system replaced
Homeowner gave system a call for cooling . Went up in attic and found air filter was dirty so replaced 16x20x1 air filter with one homeowner provided. Then found float saftey turned sideways causing outdoor unit to not run . Re installed up right and outdoor unit came on but found r22 pressures to be low 132/45 r-22 pressures. System is an 08 so talked to homeowner about the cost to add refrigerant. Homeowner wanted to let it go for now. Recommended replacement of the system. Homeowner wants to wait at this time. Told homeowner it will probably not cool when it get hot out.
Removed and disconnected old equipment. Installed a new Amana Air Handler with a 15 kw Electric Heat Kit on a new Return Box. Removed old Electronic Air Cleaner system and patched ductwork. Installed a new Aprilaire 213 High Efficiency Air Filter and sealed to ductwork. Removed Humidifier and moved to the Return Drop Duct Work. Created a new Supply Plenum and sealed. Installed a new Outdoor Unit elevated on Snow Legs on new leveled Pad. Mounted a new Disconnect Box with electrical whip and surge protector. Run new Refrigerant Lineset and wiring from Air Handler to outdoor Unit. Brazed in with nitrogen. Pressure tested system with 300PSI Nitrogen and tested connections for leaks. Performed Evacuation on system to below 500 Microns and released refrigerant to system. Installed an EZ Trap and Condensation Pump for system. Wired EZ Trap and Pump Safety Switches in series to break the â€œRâ€ Terminal at the control Board. Installed a Reme Halo Air Purifier with a dedicated transformer. Wir
Found 60/3 mf cap is weak. Replaced capacitor. Outdoor fan motor was not running when I arrived, cap tested at 58/1 mf. Also performed precision attune up on older Rudd a/c system. Replaced 20x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain and tested pump. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of inspection, but should start to think about replacement.
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on Lennox Heat Pump system. Replaced 20x20x1 Air Filter, provided by homeowner. Cleaned EZ Trap on Drain Line and tested Wet Switch while system was running to ensure it was shutting the system down. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Measured Refrigerant charge on system and measured Air Temperatures. System is operating to standards at this time. Measured Water Temperature at the Kitchen faucet which was reading about 112 Degrees. Increased Thermostat control temperatures slightly and allowed water heater to fully heat up. Adjusted mixing Valve to a 120 Degrees Temperature. Tested water temperature at the faucet which was reading 120 Degrees.
Lori Desimone called the office and cancelled the Reme air scrubbers installation due to prior requirements needed for the Dental office to proceed with the same. 50% down-payment was fully refunded.
The install Air Scrubber Induct 2000 on each gas furnace and AC in the basement. One on each system. Will be installed on the existing ductwork and wired into the power of the system to power Air Scrubber. Systems will then be tested to ensure proper operation of Air Scrubber. Performed precision ac tune up on both systems. Cleaned both electric air cleaners. Blew out condensate lines and inspected all electrical components and connections. Tested splits on both units. Checked all capacitors. Found 3 to be slightly low. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures. Outdoor condensers could use a cleaning. Measured voltage and amperage. Both systems running well at time of service.
Performed precision a/c tune up on older Rheem heat pump system. Electronic air cleaner was just cleaned. Blew out condensate drain and tested condensation pump. Checked temperature split at air handler and only 9 degree temperature change. Went outside to outdoor unit and found system very low on refrigerant. Gave customer option of adding refrigerant with leak dye to find refrigerant leak , but highly do not recommend this option due to cost of older r-22 refrigerant. Recommended replacement of heat pump system. Set up appointment with office to have a comfort consultant come out.
Performed precision a/c tune up on carrier heat pump system. Replaced 20x22x1 air filter. Blew out condensate drain and tested pump with water. Checked temperature split at indoor unit. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of inspection.
Found capacitor is weak. Replaced 40/5 duel capacitor. Also performed precision heat pump tune up on Rudd heat pump system. Replaced 16x20x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of inspection.
Performed precision heat and a/c tune up on Bryant furnace and a/c system. 20x25x4 air filter needs replaced ( homeowner to replace) checked all electrical components and connections. Found inducer wheel grinding inside when it starts up . This is a variable speed inducer motor. Told homeowner that it is not going to stay working and inducer motor is failing. Called distributer and found That system was never registered and inducer motor is out of warranty. It is almost $2000.00 to replace inducer motor. Recommend replacing furnace . Called office and they will send homeowner a quote to replace furnace. Blew out condensate drain and tested condensation pump. Checked gas pressure on furnace, and performed combustion test. Checked temperature rise in heating, and temperature split in cooling. A/c is working fine at time of inspection. Homeowner will let us know their decision on the furnace.
Performed precision heat pump tune up on Lennox heat pump system. 20x20x1 air filter is clean. Blew out condensate drain and tested condensation pump. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of inspection.
Get information to give estimate to install 2 Air Scrubber Induct 2000. After evaluation of systems would recommend tune ups of both systems and sanitizing of indoor coils.
Performed heat pump split unit inspection and also mini split check up, check electrical low and high ok washed both filters for Both units, flushed drain test pump ok check blower for air handler and found more than normal dust accumulation, informed customer about blower cleaning recommended, check outdoor units refrigerant pressures and electrical components components ok cycle both units ok
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter ok. Cleaned condensate drain and pump. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed 6 month inspection on ac unit check electrical low and high ok check filter ok, check all settings ok temp split ok, overall indoor unit ok filter will have to be replace next heating check up, check outdoor unit ok all electrical connections ok pressures ok cycle unit ok
Performed Quality Assurance on Amana AC and Air Handler. Tested Wet Switch and EZ trap. Rewired both to shut system down. Reviewed installation and thermostat operation with homeowner. Completed checklist form in system.
Replace blower pcs motor to ecm motor, check amp draw and also calculated cfm using temperature rise, total cfm is 1280 cfm, at .8 amps, temp split checked out ok, during same visit performed 6 month inspection replace air filter customer supplied, check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures ok also check and test electric heat back up ok cycle unit ok
Installed new air handler and and outdoor unit, set the outdoor unit on a pad and leveled. Installed line hide and flushed line sets pressurized system to 352 for 10 minutes no leaks vacuumed down to 287 microns and held for ten minutes after a triple evacuation. Moved drain running down the outside of the house back to house with 45s New disconnect and whip were also installed. The air handler was set on existing support and ductwork sealed a wet switch and ez trap were also installed to break r. The disconnect was new and ran new wire to the unit from disconnect. Drain was tested and a new breaker was installed in the electric panel. New T6 pro was ran to operate boiler and the ac and removed old thermostat. Tested boiler operation everything is running to factory standards. Reviewed thermostat with homeowner.
Tenant states particles are coming out of indoor head, from duct less unit, upon arrival found bout indoor units off, inspect system and found dirty filters, both blower wheels are super dirty/dust, both units need cleaning removal of blower wheel is needed, blower wheels and pan, also parts will be washed with special antibacterial made for mini splits also treatment tablets will be added quoted for repairs Removed blower wheels, condensate pans and wash blower wheel with antibacterial and also we will be adding bacteria control tablets inside pan 3-11-20 removed both blower wheels from LG ductless head units and clean them using foam cleaning and water also cleaned all components and flushed drain added control tabs to pan, after putting units back in place, ran units and found the one head from living room making noise coming from blower motor bearings, tenant stated sometimes it gets worst, if noise starts to get worst over time new blower motor will have to be replaced
Went over entire system to purge for air, had very little air at zone valves. Went over system a found main issue is pump constantly running with no zone valves open. Wired up aquastat as a cold start boiler and this created cavitation. A solution that we came up with is creating a bypass from the supply to the return with a ball valve to give the water a place to go while no zone valves are open. Will go over this with the office before sending out a quote.
Delivered 3 bags of salt, and added 1 bag to water softer. Explained to homeowner about how to remove the lid on the water softer to add salt. Also changed the time on control, time was and hour ahead of what time actually is. System is working fine.
Performed heat pump tune up. Checked all electrical connections and components. Replaced air filter. Measured temperature rise and discharge temperature. Checked electrical heat kit. Measured refrigerant pressures and temperatures. Checked outdoor unit components and measured discharge air temp. System operating as it should at time of service.
Performed oil boiler tune up cleaning, removed flue pipe and clean it, also clean heat exchanger from behind boiler, canâ€™t get trough the front, replace oil filter new nozzle new strainer, check for oil flor ok performed smoke and combustion test ok, check draft boiler is over 20 years, noticed all valves are old and could leak at any time, check water pressure and temp Based on boiler pressure gage, could not use field supply gage due to risk of valve starting to leak, current gage is reading 20 psi