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!
Some of the signs that your hot water heater is going out in Exton, PA include:
- You notice strange noises coming from your water heater.
- Your water heater no longer heats your water consistently.
- Your water looks or smells rusty.
If you notice any of these issues and your water heater is more than 10 years old, you should get your water heater replaced as soon as possible. To learn more about getting your hot water heater replaced, give us a call today.
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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Very nice guy!
Paul - Exton, PA
He’s just one of the reasons why you have the reviews you do, which is why I chose you! Thank you too Jennifer!
Vatsal - Exton, PA
After Install Check In
Barb - Exton, PA
Chris Boas was professional and thoroughly checked the system and answered all my questions.
Paul - Exton, PA
Jennifer - Exton, PA
DiBiase employs no one but the best! Scheduled with Jennifer and Angie and both are so nice and accommodating. Luis performed my service and Installed an air purification system. Explained everything, was here when promised and did a great job getting everything done efficiently. Really appreciate all of the DiBiase team for keeping us all up and running during this pandemic! And Thanks Luis for all your recommendations!
Pleasant & Professional Installation of new HVAC
Barb - Exton, PA
All questions answered in timely manner, great pricing and professional service. It was just an all around pleasant process for a job that we weren't looking forward to taking care of. We will recommend them to our friends and family.
Ed - Exton, PA
Thorough and very good experience
Zach - Exton, PA
Great overall experience. Luis answered all my questions and made beneficial recommendations.
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!
Performed quality assurance on Amana Inverter unit. Completed checklist form in system. Reviewed installation with homeowner. This did not pass the QA due to the Supply metal and the wiring.
Reclaimed and removed old heat pump and airhandler. Removed old copper lines. Installed a new amana airhandler on top of existing return box patch and modified to work with new unit. Ran new copper lines from indoor coil to the new amana heat pump. Brazed and leak checked with nitro and bubbles. Reused supply metal as to it was offset. Caulked all joints. Reran humidifier piping and redid wiring and drainage. Installed a new ez trap that is wired in to unit to break 24v. New heat pump has a new level pad with rocks underneath. Heat pump is on snow feet. New disconnect box and electric wiring to unit. Tested unit in all modes.
Installation of prestige IAQ WITH ROOM SENSOR removed zoning panel and three dampers, 6/16/21. Removed and patched all Ariel dampers. Pulled down supply register grills and secured dampers open at supply grills. Installed prestige thermostat with room sensor and wireless module. Cycled heat pump in cooling mode. System is working fine at time of install.
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter. Cleaned eztrap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Customer is experiencing high humidity levels, check ac operation supply and return air 15 degrees split, outdoor heat pump is two ton with variable speed 3 ton air handler, check airflow settings and found indoor unit to be set to 1350, set air handler to 800 cfm. Now system delta differential is 22F.....System is set up for three zones, areal zoning with April aire dampers, zoning is not set up right, would recommend taking zoning panel and dampers and installed prestige thermostat with room sensor. Emailed proposal for recommendations
AC tune up 2.5 ton R22 Goodman AC system. Temp split 18.2 Ok. Mr. D is using a 24V electronic filter. I replaced with clean 20x25x1 media filter. Both UV systems need replacement bulbs (3) total. Refrigerant pressires/superheat ok. Both could are in good condition. All electric motors and components ok. System is operating well at the time of this maintenance. Mr. Derugeriis became a plan member. Provided estimate for outdoor capacitor replacement. Schedule time in mid July for replacement.
Performed cooling maintenance, checked media air filter ok. Shut off humidifier for summer. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Removed two existing heat pump and air handlers. Installed new Amana heat pump and air handler. Installed new 15kw heat kit. Installed new supply plenum. Adapted to existing return box and drop. Sealed all ductwork. Ran new 7/8 lineset to new outdoor unit. Brazed pressure tested and evacuated to below 500 microns. Installed new single point entry kit and made all necessary high and low voltage connections. Adapted to existing 1.5 ton system ductwork and 10 in supply and return. Installed new condensate pump and tested. Installed new disconnect and whip. Installed new pad on stone and raised heat pump up on risers. Tested system in heating and cooling system working properly. Install went over with customer and work area cleaned.
Checked no cooling on second floor, checked air filter ok. Checked refrigerant charge, found system low on charge. Recommend a leak search. Performed leak search on system. Found a leak at to vapor line connection outdoor. Topped off refrigerant charge and balanced by sub cooling. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil.
Customer is experiencing noise coming from indoor unit, found unit running upon arrival, check airflow ok check supply and return ok, check return dropped for any gaps, system is not making noise at this time, also inspect vinyl discharge no issues found with vinyl system is working correctly
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air. Cleaned eztrap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed Quality assurance on system. Addressed any issues that needed to be corrected that I was able to. Completed checklist form in system. Reviewed installation with homeowner. **Homeowner said we were supposed to patch the holes in the ceiling in the mechanical room. She said she talked to who the person who scheduled the call. This was not in the notes. Did not have anything to seal the holes permanently. I temporarily sealed them but we need to schedule a follow up to seal them. One hole is 8â€x10â€ with the Lineset running through it and the other hole with the wiring is about 6x6. May need to have Paul come back and patch the drywall? Need to schedule the follow up with customer. Itâ€™s not an emergency but she wants it done sooner rather than later. **
Found power switch turned off at top of stair case to system. Restored power . Also customer went out and purchased a new thermostat ( Ecobee) to replace Trane nexia thermostat. Finished installing thermostat. Cleaned up low voltage wiring and set up thermostat to this system. Was not able to connect WiFi, homeowner will conect WiFi. Tested out system in cooling mode. Had a 19 degree split at indoor coil. Refrigerant pressures were ok. System is working fine at time of service.
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on the Main System for the Home and the Second system for the addition. Checked Air Filters on each system. Both Filters were clean and good condition. Cleaned Drain Lines on both systems. Cleaned EZ Trap and Condensation Pump on Main System. Filled pump and tested operation. The Attic unit has a float switch in the Auxiliary Pan. Would recommend installing an EZ Trap on the Condensation Drain Line for this system. Both Air Handlers have heavy growth formation inside the Air Handler Cabinets. REME Air Purifiers could help this issue if installed in both units. Tested electrical components on both systems. Found the Outdoor Coil for the Main System was very dirty. Washed Coil with Garden hose to clean. Tested refrigerant charge and Air Temperature readings on each system. Also recommended to customer Mold N More for duct cleaning. While the main system for the home is operating, it is about 15 Years old. Due to age, would recommend begin planning for re
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter ok. Cleaned eztrap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Recovered refrigerant safely and cut
Checked flashing lights on air handler, found normal lights indicating system is in standby and a heartbeat light. Tested water git 0.0ppm free chlorine and .01 ppm total chlorine and 8 grains of hardness.
Performed precision a/c tune up on trane heat pump system. Replaced 16x20x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain. Checked temperature split at indoor unit. Homeowner pointed out that the relief valve pvc pipe was not in code, we replaced the water heater in 2019. Installed copper relief valve piping. Also performed a free water test and checked the level of hardness. Water was 14 grains hard. Explained to homeowner that anything over 4 grains hard the water should be treated. Gave homeowner a quote for a single water softener system, but also highly recommended the novo water softener with chlorine removal. Sent homeowner both quotes. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Heat pump system is working fine at time of service.
Performed ac tune up on 2000 ruud, replaced filter check electrical low and high voltage, ok inspect indoor blower motor and cap, indoor coil has lot of rust, system uses R22 refrigerant no visual signs of refrigerant oil leaking, r22 pressures are ok on todayâ€™s visit, this could change as unit gets used more frequently, supply and return air temps ok, capacitor and contactor have some wear and tear, unit is working on todayâ€™s visit would recommend system replacement before system needs any repairs
Performed cooling maintenance, checked media air filter ok. Cleaned condensate drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Replaced indoor txv. Pulled charge back into condenser unit. Removed and bolted on new expansion valve. Secured sensing bulb. Checked for leaks at 302 psi nitrogen and bubble checked. Pumped down system bellow 500 microns. Opened up the valves and tested a/c system at 58 degrees outside temp. R 410a pressures were 187/108 with 4.4 subcooling and 5.4 superheat. Checked temperature split at indoor unit. Temp split was 21 degrees. A/c is working fine at time time of service.
Found indoor unit running but outdoor unit was not coming on. Found no power at contactor at outdoor unit. Found breaker Tripped inside. Reset break and found both the outdoor fan motor and compressor both starting very slowly. Found weak 45/5 capacitor tested at 7/2 mfd. replaced capacitor and tested operation. Also customer supplied a new nest thermostat for us to install. Installed thermostat and also performed precision a/c tune up on Bryant 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. Checked temperature split at indoor unit. Heat pump system is working fine at time of inspection. Also found 2019 store bought Rheem water heater very corroded along the bottom of tank. Water heater may be under warranty from previous installer, but recommended replacement with a better quality water heater. Provided estimate to install new water heater
Six Month Inspection for 3 ton Amana AC system 21F temp split. All electric motors ok. Drain and condensate pump ok. High subcooling and high superheat; defective TXV. All electric motors and components ok. Outdoor voltage/indoor amps/compressor amps ok. Will schedule to come back to replace TXV.
Performed precision a/c tune up on Goodman a/c system. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked temperature split. Only had a 2 degree temperature split. Found Goodman a/c system low on charge. Went over options with landlord to ethier replace the a/c system or to add refrigerant and leak dye, customer decided to add refrigerant with the leak dye. Added 1lb 14 ozs of 410 a. Now refrigerant pressures are 283/119 at 72 degrees. Told homeowner that we donâ€™t know how long the charge will last. Blew out condensate drain. A/c system is working fine at time of service.
Water leak from water heater, found water heater off upon arrival, turned on water heater and did not see any leaks, turned the ac on maybe coil was iced up and that was the source of the water, noticed indoor coil was starting to iced up, after minutes of water heater running found tank to be leaking, new water heater is needed quoted for new water heater customer ok the installation of new water heater.