When it comes to your Glenmoore, PA’s home heating, cooling and water heater systems, DiBiase Heating & Cooling Company makes sure they’re running at peak efficiency for your improved indoor comfort, convenience and safety.
This is a service promise and a reflection of our core values: integrity, honesty, quality. Read reviews from your neighbors in Glenmoore, PA to see how we live up to these values every day, in every way.
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Lisa - Glenmoore, PA
Charlie - Glenmoore, PA
Kurt did an excellent job. Efficient yet thorough. Would be happy to have him again.
Amba - Glenmoore, PA
Top Notch Customer Service
Sandy - Glenmoore, PA
They truly care that you are more than 100% Satisfied and do quality work! Companies like DiBaise are getting harder and harder to come by. They stand behind you and their work!
Great, timely service. 😄
Kathleen - Glenmoore, PA
Rose - Glenmoore, PA
Rose - Glenmoore, PA
Nate is great!
John - Glenmoore, PA
Nathan is highly competent, thorough, and honest. As long as he’s on our account, we’re a customer!
Business as Usual
John - Glenmoore, PA
Nate always does a great job for us!
Performed quality assurance evaluation on system. All work looked good. Customer very happy with installation.
Performed Quality Assurance On recently installed Daikin Mini Split System. Reviewed Installation and completed Checklist Form in System. Corrected any issues that were found.
Performed Quality Assurance On recently Installed Amana Gas Furnace/Heat Pump System. Corrected issues that needed to be addressed. Reviewed installation with Homeowner. Completed Checklist Form in System.
Performed Quality Assurance On Amana Heat Pump System. Completed Checklist Form in System. PECO # is recorded in the Notes. Reviewed installation with Homeowner. Need to follow up with Homeowners about the Oil Tank and possibly insulating the Plenum.
Performed ac check 6 month inspection washed filter check electrical low And high ok check split Ok check outdoor unit pressures ok capacitor and contactor ok cycle unit ok
Installed a new furnace on feet on existing plastic pad . Installed a new 3 ton coil on top of the furnace and modified duct work as need . Ran new condensate drain with an Ez trap and added a new pump . Drained over to sewer drain. Reconnected existing return duct and changed the filter 20â€x25â€x1â€ filter. Ran new copper lines to the outside 3 ton Ac unit . Ac is on heat pump feet on a new plastic pad. New disconnect box and sealtight on exsisting wire to indoor. Calked and sealed all penetration. Put in a new thermostat prestige iq with eim and outdoor sensor walked threw with customer .
Took out old ac coil and outdoor unit, also removed the old line set and comm. wires going to outdoor unit. Installed new indoor coil on top of existing oil furnace and did metal work to fit it properly. Installed new ez trap and condensate pump with discharge line going into the sewer line. Tested and works properly. Leveled out outdoor area and installed new pad for outdoor unit and ran new line sets and communication wires. Pressure tested lineset to 300, no leaks. Evacuated lineset to 266 microns. Tested all components and is all working as it should.
Replace blower bearing for living room ductless head, test and cycle operation ok
Put batteries in new daikin remote and cycled ductless in both heating and cooling mode, I placed remote on table below indoor unit.
Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new pad, disconnect, lineset, whip, and heat pump on heat pump feet. Brazed in outdoor unit and reconnected electrical. Installed new return box, return duct, and new air handler. Reconnected supply and return ducting. Installed heat kit. Ran new wire for air handler and tied into panel and unit. Installed new ez trap and condensate pump to break r wire. Brazed in air handler and pressure tested to 300. No leaks found. Evacuated down to 145 microns. Removed old oil tank fill and vent lines and closed holes. Removed old oil supply line. Installed new receptacle for condensate pump. Capped old chimny pipe. Ran vinyl into discharge line. Tested system and adjusted charge. Delta t 21 degrees. System working properly at time of install.
Found bearing assembly making noise,, tried to lubricated sounds is lower but still making some sound, called supply house, they will send new assembly takes couple days to get it since they donâ€™t have it in stock, office will get back to customer when part has arrived to schedule repairs
Performed ac check up, oil furnace with ac unit, flushed drain test pump ok, check blower cap ok filter, ok split is only 15, return is 73 supply 57, check outdoor unit found low bare low voltage wires, contactor making buzzing sound, and unit is low in r22, blower wheel is really dirty needs cleaning, quoted for repairs due to condition and repairs recommend replacing system current units is from 1989 bill to come tomorrow around 5 pm for quote on new system
Performed two ac check ups, attic and basement units, check electrical low and high ok replace both filters, 16x24x1 and 20x20x1 flushed drain ok check split, replace blower cap for attic unit, check outdoor units r22 pressures capacitor and contactors ok cycle units ok
Performed precision ac tune up on 2 carrier acs. Filter sizes are both 16x25x4 homeowner to replace. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out both condensate drains. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Both systems working fine at time of service.
Performed ac check up on heat pump electric heat as back up, check electrical low and high change filter, flushed drain test pump ok check split coils are clean, noticed double pole contactor for electric heat all pitted and burnt contacts, informed customer, also check outdoor unit 410 pressures capacitor and contactor, found cap reading 39 rated at 45/5 cycle unit ok emailed recommended repairs
Upon arrival found unit running but no water leaking, check drain, head is little unleveled reposition drain line and bracket, cycle and test drain, poured gallon of water draining ok
Performed precision ac tune ups on 2 carrier acs. Replace 2 413 air filters homeowner provided. Found no saftey trap on second floor ac, so recommend ez trap. Also found contacter burned and pitted at outdoor unit. Also found capacitor tested week to second floor system, highly recommend repairs. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Systems are both running at time of service.
Removed old equipment. Installed new pad and leveled. Installed new disconnect and whip. Ran new line sets and communication wires and condensate drains. Installed new head in office and meeting room. Connected line sets with flare tite fittings and torqued to spec. Terminated old 120 volt circuit in junction box. Used existing 220 volt circuit for new system. Pressure tested and soaped connections. No leaks found. Evacuated down to 172 microns. Released refrigerant and checked operation. System operating perfectly at time of install. Delta t head b 26. Delta t head a 27.
Service call that the AC was not working. Homeowner informed me that the Blower was running but the Outdoor Unit was not running. The Breaker was tripped and when he reset it the Outdoor Unit ran for several minutes before shutting down. Was also informed that there was water leaking from the indoor coil.Reset Breaker for Outdoor Unit and tested and Inspected system. Found Burnt wiring at the Compressor Terminals which were exposed and causing the intermittent tripping of the Breaker. Also found Capacitor testing below rating and Single Pole Contactor was very worn and pitted. Repaired wiring at the compressor and put system back in operation. Inspected the Indoor Coil and found that the Drain Pan for the Coil was completely melted. The Condensation is dripping onto the Heat Exchanger and through the Furnace and Blower Compartment. The Heat Exchanger is rusting due to this. There may be additional damage to the Furnace that is not known at this time. Due to age and overall condition
Performed precision ac tune up on American standard ac. Replaced 20x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain and tested with water. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Found aux pan had a little water in it in attic and drain pan is starting to rust threw( let homeowner know this) pan would not be easy to change oe worth replacing). Homeowner is going to let it go for this year. Other wise system is working ok.
Mixing valve is leaking on domestic coil side, have 50 gallon electric hot water heater. Disconnected and capped off domestic coil. Also performed a precision heat tune up on boiler, and a precision ac tune up on ac system . Homeowner had put only 5 gallon of diesel in tank told them to keep the power switch off or will run out of fuel. Replaced nozzle and vacuumed out smoke pipe and boiler and replace oil filter. On ac system, checked all electrical components and connections. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units.
Performed Six Month AC Inspection on Amana Heat Pump System. Replaced High Efficiency 313 Air a Filter. Inspected Condensation Pump and cleaned EZ Trap. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Measured Refrigerant Charge to ensure it was to standards due to system being installed in the Winter. System is operating to standards at this time.
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on Nordyne AC/Air Handler System. Replaced 14x30x1 Central Return Air Filter. Inspected Electrical Components on Air Handler and the Outdoor Unit. Found the EZ Trap was not wired into the Air Handler. Spoke with Homeowner about issue. Wired EZ Trap in series with the Auxiliary Pan Switch and tested Operation to ensure the EZ Trap was shutting the AC off if the Switch was tripped. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. The Refrigerant Charge on the System is not to standards but this could be caused by the damage to the Outdoor Unit.The Fan Cover and the Fan for the Outdoor Unit are damaged and are bent into the Condenser Unit. While the system is operating, this is affecting the Refrigerant Pressures and could also be dangerous to operate. If the Fan Cover/Lid drops further it could have potentially dangerous affect on the system by damaging the compressor, High Voltage Wiring, and the Refrigerant Pipes and Coil. Found the Capacitor for the Outdoor Uni
Performed Quality Assurance On all Systems for the Home. Verified systems settings for each unit using the Cool Cloud App. Connected two Thermostats to the Wifi/Ecobee App that the customer could not get connected. Sealed two outside hole penetrations. Completed Checklist for Inspection. Collected final balance by check.
Installed 2nd floor gas furnace and ac. Leak checked gas lines. Installed customer provided eco bee. Installed reme air scrubber. Tested condensate with water. Re connected plenum with sheet metal. Set up system with cool cloud app, and tested. System is up an running at manufacture specifications. Installed attic heat pump system. Reconnected plenum brazed lines in. Installed ez trap and went switch water protection. Installed new drain pan and 5kw electric heat kit. Installed customer supplied thermostat. Evacuated and charged system.