DiBiase provides air conditioning, heating and water heater services to the residents of Exton, PA and the surrounding areas for years. They are a top-rated business who puts your comfort first!!
Yes, DiBiase Heating & Cooling is an essential service provider during the COVID-19 virus outbreak. This is because DiBiase Heating & Cooling provides vital HVAC services that are essential for maintaining the safety, sanitation, and operation of residences and businesses near Exton PA. HVAC contractors like DiBiase Heating & Cooling have unique skills that are important to public health and welfare.
On average, homeowners in Exton, PA can expect to pay between $170 - $475 for an air conditioning repair. The cost to repair your AC will ultimately depend on what is wrong with your unit. Minor repairs, such as a broken fuse or fan motor blade, will run much less than major repairs like replacing a compressor, which can cost much more.
Average Cost: $312
Typical Range: $170 - $475
At DiBiase Heating & Cooling we provide expert AC repair services completed by our NATE certified gold star approved technicians. We guarantee 100% satisfaction on all of our work as well. Contact us online today to schedule an appointment.
Yes, an air conditioner compressor can be repaired, in many cases for much less than it would cost to replace. Some common issues with compressors that can typically be repaired include:
- Faulty start capacitor
- Frayed wire
- Pressurization issues caused by a decrease in the unit’s cooling capacity
If you are having trouble with your air conditioner, call the experts at DiBiase Heating & Cooling. Our certified and experienced technicians will diagnose and affordably repair any problem you have with your system. Contact DiBiase online today to speak with one of our team members!
Read our reviews and find out why your Pennsylvania neighbors consider us to be their nearby heating and air company in Exton, PA.
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Mark - Exton, PA
Dave and team were great. Worked hard to complete the project with quality. They were on time-thorough - responsive-knowledgeable. Ac unit came with broken part from factory. That is disappointing.
Ed - Exton, PA
Very thorough and professional
Ed - Exton, PA
Jennifer - Exton, PA
DiBiase is the company to trust. You get email and text notifications for everything, so you can see who will be arriving and when. They are conscientious about their clients and their employees, as well as prompt and neat. Technician wore a mask, booties and gloves and I felt completely safe while they did their job. Chris had a great personality too!
Sherry - Exton, PA
Great Timely service and great people
Ronda - Exton, PA
After 23 years of maintenance, they replaced my HVAC this month. And I believe they always did their best to maintain my previous system. They responded quickly when my tenant said the A/C wasn't working right. Great consistent service in 2020 and always.
Excellent.. know their job!
Cindy - Exton, PA
Good people to work with
Zach - Exton, PA
overall great service.
professional, prompt, respectful, knowledgeable
Tony - Exton, PA
Kurt was very helpful - as always. Quick response to an emergency was much appreciated. However, I only wish that a member of the DiBiase home service team had strongly recommended to us (prior) to deploy the new Ez trap with the safety valve shut-off float; if we had that unit inserted (prior) we would not have incurred the very significant flooring repair/replacement cost that we now face due to water damage!
Shelley - Exton, PA
Sherry - Exton, PA
John - Exton, PA
Many thanks to DiBiase Heating and Cooling for sending Luis to service our A/C unit after working hours. Luis was very informative right from our phone conversation. Once on the scene he diagnosed the problem and stated what the cost would be. He completed the task and tested the unit in timely manner and we were cool once again.Highly recommend Joe DiBiase and his team.
Vatsal Parekh - Exton, PA
Technician Luis Tenorio was amazing. He did thorough checking and change our old ugly looking thermostat to new brand one. They are well priced and do the quality work.
What I expect from DiBiase
Jennifer - Exton, PA
Been a customer for 8 years or so. Kurt was great and represented what I expect from this company. Thank you for all you are doing during this challenging time for us customers!
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!
Found no surge protection on ecm blower motor. Installed ecm surge protector. Also gave homeowner a quote to install a supply register for basement area. Performed precision heat pump tune up on amana heat pump system. Replaced Aprilaire 413 air filter ( homeowner provided). Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked operation of emergency heat. Checked temperature rise is heating mode. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of inspection.
Went up to 4th floor to rooftop system and found wireless thermostat saying no conection. Took open disconnect and checked for power, no power. This is a three phase system. Also found no power at wireless module. Let Lynn know at the front desk the situation. Checked electrical breakers in front room panel could not fine one labeled for roof top system. Also there is individual electrical panels on each floor of the hotel. Looked in electrical room on 4th floor and could not find the breaker. They are probably going to call an electrician at this point to trace out the circuit to find out if the breaker is tripped or just turned off . Will let us know if they have any further problems once power is back on to system.
Went over with customer his plans on renovation on the home. Went over ideas on where to relocate return located in half wall. Best solution would be to keep the return in exsisting panned off bay and relocate return in floor with a brown drop in grill in same bay. Bay that is panned off is 14â€ wide. Will cut hole in hard wood flooring and end of living room.
Checked no complaint heat on first floor furnace , found 3 fault pressure switch not closing, found a seized inducer motor, bearings failed. Replaced inducer motor, performed heating maintenance, cleaned burners and flame, inspected heat exchangers. Blew out condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started gas furnace, performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Checked no heat complaint, found no blower or outdoor running, have a call from the thermostat to w. Called tech support they had me check the outdoor unit, I found a lock out code for hi pressure switch open. Tech support had me look for ant shorts to ground. I found the low pressure switch wires rubbing apron the vapor line and may be grounded to the copper. Moved wires away from all pipes, and isolated. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature rise across coil.
Heat tune ups for 2 3 Ton heat pump systems. Filters ok. Aux heat amps ok. All electric motors mechanically sound. Capacitors ok. Cycled and verified tstat operation. 30 and 28 degree temp rises. Upstairs Air handler/Trane Outdoor is form 1; Form 2 is basementAH with Lennox outdoor. Both systems are operating well at the time of this maintenance/tune up.
Heat Tune Up for York Heat Pump. Changed Filter. Electric motors good. All capacitors good. Compressor amp draw good. 28F temp rise with outdoor air temp 40F. Heat pump is operating well at the time of this maintenance/tune up.
Performed heating maintenance, replaced standard air. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Tested electric back up heaters. Started heat pump, tested defrost cycle, measured btu output. Checked operation and temperature rise across coil.
Water leak, found unit off in float switch, check drain for humidifier and condensation pump ok ok, vinyl tubing is going to main sewer, change direction and re routed to sump pump test pump ok, customer has a problem with main sewer, customer will contact a plumber
Performed precision heat tune up on trane gas furnace roof top system. Replaced (4) 16x25x2 air filters. Checked all electrical conections and components. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked gas pressure. Checked belt for blower motor. Tested operation in heating mode on roof top. Performed combustion test. Roof top unit is working fine at time of service. Furnace heat exchanger is becoming rusted and corroded.
Performed heating maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Blew out condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started gas furnace, tested limit and safety switches. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
PECO Heat Pump Tune Up for 3 Ton Trane Heat Pump. 24F temp rise.Aux heat ok. Filter ok; maintained by homeowner. Transformer voltage/ amp draw of indoor equipment ok. Refrigerant pressures good (75 Lo; 275 Hi; OAT 37F). Compressor amp draw good. All electric motors mechanically sound. Heat pump is operating well at the time of this maintenance/ tune up.
Performed heating maintenance, checked media air filter ok. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Tested electric back up heaters. Started heat pump, calculated btu output getting 36644 BTUâ€™s @ 38 degrees. Tested defrost cycle. Checked operation and temperature rise across coil.
Heat Tune Up for single stage 100k BTU natural gas furnace. Replaced 20x25x1 filter. Cleaned flame sensor verified HSI. Heat exchanger visual/flame/gas pressure good. Verified thermostat/cycling of furnace. Cleaned flue piping and inducer motor housing. 45F temp rise. Combustion analysis good. Furnace is operating well at the time of this maintenance/tune up.
Performed Six Month Heating Inspection on American Standard Natural Gas Furnace. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter. Inspected all electrical connections. Reviewed programming setup on system. Checked Condensation Pump and tested. Put system in operation and performed a combustion Analysis. Tested system in Low Stage and High Stage Heating. Measured Gas Pressures in each heating stage and adjusted as needed. Cycled system and unit is running to standards upon completion.
Performed precision heat tune up on Weil McLain evg gas boiler. Cycled on all thre boiler zones and made sure eeach zone was getting hot. Checked operation of zone valves and circulator pumps. Cleaned out condensate drain trap. Tested operation of condensation pump. Checked all electrical conections and components. Performed combustion test. Gas boiler is working fine at time of inspection.
Heat Tune up on Amana heat pump. 36F temp rise with 37F OAT. Verified operation of thermostat/cycling of heat pump. All electrical components ok. Aux heat ok. Coils are in good condition. Refrigerant pressures are within design specs. Condenser fan, compressor amps within specs. System is operating well at the time of this maintenance/tune up.
When I arrived furnace was up a running fine. Homeowner had already reset the power which cleared whatever code from the control board. Explained to homeowner that without any kind of code if the furnace is working there is no direction to point to what malfunctioned. Homeowner wanted me to perform the maintenance while I was here. Performed precision heat tune up on older 80 % trane gas furnace. 16x25x1 air filter is clean. Checked all electrical conections and components. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked gas pressure, performed combustion test. Recommend due to being 28 years old that entire system should be replaced. Also found old thermostat to be about 5 degrees off of actual temperature. Recommend installing a new digital thermostat. Furnace is working at time of service.
Replaced circuit board on outdoor unit under warranty. Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed gas furnace and ac system.
Performed heat pump tune up, check electrical low and high replaced filter, test back up heat ok check temp split, test pump and service humidifier new pad set to winter 35% check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures capacitor and contactor ok cycle unit ok
Performed precision heat tune up on on 1 trane heat pump and 1 trane air handler with electric strip heat. Replaced 1 20x20x1 air filter. Replaced 1 20x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked amp draw on both strip heaters at air handlers. Checked temperature rises. Blew out condensate drains. Checked refrigerant pressures on lobby heat pump. Checked defrost operation on lobby heat pump. Filters need to be changed more regularly. Heat pump and air handler with electric heat are working fine at time of inspection.
Heat tune up on 3 ton American Standard heat pump. 20F temp rise. All electrical components are good. Replaced homeowner provided Aprilaire 201 02 filter; replaced humidifier pad, cleaned housing and verified operation. Verified operation of thermostat. Checked Aux heat; ok. Refrigerant pressures good for outdoor air temp of 38F. System is operating well at the time of this maintenance/tune up.
Replaced front dented panel on outdoor unit and replaced it with new one.
Reclaimed and removed old coil and ac. Removed furnace. Resumed copper lines. Brazed and leak checked with nitro and bubbles. Reconnected return duct with new return drop. Moved hum to return. Adapted supplymetal as needed. Taped and sealed all ductwork. Installed heater in existing location. Installed amana coil on top. Modified gas piping . Installed condensate drain with ez trap wired in. Tested unit in heating and is working great.
Performed oil boiler tune up, check electrical low and high voltage, cleaned heat exchanger and check flue pipe, replaced oil nozzle pump strainer and oil filter, check all piping, water temp, test limit ok, performed smoke and combustion test cycle boiler ok replaced electrodes, check cad cell reading 800 ohms, all valves are very hard to turn customer was advised on last years tune up,