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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Did a great job.
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Great service, very friendly and knowledgeable.
Costi - Glenmoore, PA
Great service , Kurt was friendly and knowledgeable. Will use again and recommend to anyone.
Jordan - Glenmoore, PA
Kurt’s top drawer!
Kathleen - Glenmoore, PA
Technician Kurt is a great guy. He always does clean and professional plumbing work for us. Plus he answers all my questions with accurate and good humor.
As usual, excellent courteous thorough service. Good value.
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Professional as always
Kathleen - Glenmoore, PA
On time. Works neatly. Professional and courteous.
Courteous and Thorough
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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!
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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!
Found oil furnace locked out. Found air in the line again. Previously we had recommended installing a tiger loop. At this time the homeowner is going to wait and bleed the furnace there selfs for now.
Found boiler pressure at 10 psi and relief valve leaking. Boiler pressure temperature gauge is not working correctly. Checked with an external gauge. Boiler pressure gauge with no pressure on the boiler is reading 22 psi. Replaced boiler relief valve and cycled heat on no more leaking at pressure relief valve.
Performed precision heat tune up on Lennox gas furnace. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Cleaned flame sensor. Blew out condensate drain and pressure switch tubing. Checked temperature rise and gas pressure. Also performed combustion test. Found float switch on drain pan at gas furnace angled up in the air that it would not shut off if water leak occurred. Angled float switch correctly but recommended installing a wet switch instead to cut it off sooner . Also found several stand alone humidifiers in the home. Recommend we install a powered whole house humidifier to help with humidity levels.
Performed gas heat check up, check electrical low and high ok replace air filter, clean flame sensor and check gas pressures combustion test and cycle furnace ok check split, ok blower cap ok noticed blower is very dusty lot of dirt on fins, highly recommended cleaning the blower wheel, will have to be removed and cleaning it exterior of the furnace emailed proposal
Removed old oil furnace and replaced it with a new Amana airhandler. We put the new airhandler on top of a return box and ran a new return drop. Ran new copper lines from airhandler to new Amana heat pump. Brazed and leak checked with nitrogen and bubbles. 300 psi of nitro. Let vacuum down to under 150 micron. Put heat pump on a new plastic pad and on snow feet. Installed a new disconnect box and whip to the unit. Caulked and sealed all penetrations into the house. Installed a new condensate pump with new vinyl tubing and a condensate drain with an ez trap. Mad a new piece of duct for supply . Taped and sealed all duct work. Ran a new wire from airhandler to panel and tied in all electrical. Checked thermostat and changed it to control heat pump. Tested unit and it is running good. Installed a new filter 20â€/20â€/1â€
Found oil furnace running past set temperature. Found that water had been draining for a long time down through oil furnace during the summers. Lot of rust in cabinet. Furnace is around 20 years old. Thermostat was replaced last time we did a tune up 9/5/19. Issue is very intermittent. Possible board and or primary control sticking. Beacause of the cost to replace these parts and furnace being as old as it is recommended replacing entire system. Set up appointment with office. For 4-6 pm.
Service call that the Furnace was leaking water. Upon arrival found water underneath of the Furnace and inside the Blower Cabinet. The CPVC drain pipe had cracked and broken completely apart so the furnace was draining into the Blower Cabinet. Due to the CPVC being glued into the Condensate Trap, the whole Trap will need to be replaced and the small section of CPVC repiped into the drain line. Ordered replacement part and will return to install. Returned to site with new Condensation Drain Trap. Removed old Trap and Drain piping. Installed new Condensate Trap and new 1/2â€ CPVC drain line. Turned Furnace on and allowed to run. Inspected Drain Piping to ensure that there was no further leaks. Would recommend having a Tune Up/Maintenance performed on the First Floor and Second Floor systems. Please see attached estimate for Humidifier Installation.
Performed precision heat tune up on trane heat pump. Replaced 16x20x1 air filter. Heat pump system is 36,000 btuâ€™s. Checked operation of emergency heat. Checked temperature rise at air handler. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Heat pump is working fine at time of service.
Need to replace primary control found unit was sending fuel but no ignition checked electrodes. Recommend replacing primary control and .50x60a nozzle. Ordered parts from distributer. 1/6/20. Replaced control, and .50/60a nozzle. After giving thermostat a call had home air in the line before burner started, bleed out and everything fired up. Burned off residuel oil left in combustion chamber, and performed combustion test. Oil furnace is back up and going, only concern is air in the line when it starts up.
Performed precision heat tune up on Lennox gas furnace. Replaced 16x25x1 airfilter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Cleaned flame sensor. Blew out condensate drain. Checked gas pressure and performed combustion test. Recommend to install a powered humidifier and reme air scrubber.
Performed precision heat tune up on older carrier gas furnace. Replaced 20x25x4 air filter customer supplied. Checked all electrical conections and components. Cleaned flame sensor. Blew out condensate drain. Checked gas pressure and performed combustion test. Carrier gas furnace is working fine at time of service. Homeowner also pointed out the in floor for the first floor bathroom was not working. Found navien wall hung water heater not running. Took cover off found water heater had several water leaks and possible electrical issues gave quote to replace wall hung water heater ( homeowner does not want to replace at this time.)
Checked thermostat, found communicating thermostat fell off the wall pulling the wires off the sub base. Reconnect control wires to sub base. Wired sub base. Installed thermostat. Started heat and set to 72 degrees.
Checked no heat in addition. Set thermostat to heat, furnace locked out on limit switch. Found blower not running. Checked blower motor and capacitor, found failed run capacitor. Motor is not damaged. Replaced blower run capacitor. Started heat. Cycled furnace and checked temperature rise.
Performed Six Month Inspection on Amana Heat Pump system. Inspected Wiring and reviewed Thermostat/Cool Cloud Settings. Tested System in Heat Pump mode and tested Auxiliary Heat Kit. Checked 20x20x1 Air Filter. Filter was clean and in good condition. Measured refrigerant charge on system. System is operating to standards at this time.
Performed heat pump check up check electrical low and high ok both filters ok test humidifier and also test 20 kw back up heat ok check split ok both coils are clean indoors and outdoor, check outdoor unit pressures capacitor and contactor ok test defrost cycle heat pump ok
Performed 6 month quality check, found filter stuck. Found return elbow damaged and when attached to the furnace it was not squared. Removed front of ell, pulled square and opened slot for filter. Sealed duct and test fit filter, now filter fits but is snug because of the damaged ell. May need to replace if filter getting stuck in the future. Started heat pump, measured btu output. Started gas furnace, performed combustion test. Checked furnace setup. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Found pressure relief valve leaking, check boiler water pressure while boiler is running and pressure was at 30psi expansion tank is full of water, quoted to drain expansion tank and also price if customer want to replace relief valve, customer passed in relief valve he will call Office if continues to leak, after draining expansion tank check boiler operation and pressure/temperature and looks ok, 15 psi cycle and test boiler on limit ok emailed price to installed electric water heater
Performed Quality Assurance on Hybrid/Dual Fuel System. Reviewed all settings. Completed checklist Form in system. Installed a backplate for the Thermostat to cover the unpainted wall.
Performed precision heat tune up on 2 Armstrong oil furnaces. Both were very dirty. Both 16x25x1 air filters are clean. Checked all electrical conections. Replaced 2 .65x80b nozzles. Replace rf1 oil filter. Performed combustion test on both furnaces. Both furnaces were working fine at time of service. Chimney needs brushed out let homeowner know.
Performed propane gas heat tune up, check electrical low and high. Clean sensor and check burners ok check split ok, performed combustion test cycle furnace ok, test pump ok also replaced both air filters High efficiency filter and service humidifier replaced pad and test humidifier cycle system ok
Shut Supply Water Supply off to the Water Heater and turn off Gas Supply. Drain Water Heater down and Remove the Outlet Piping at the Water Heater. Remove the Anode Assembly. Install new Anode Assembly. Reconnect Outlet Piping to the Water Heater. Turn Water Supply on to the Water Heater to refill. Turn Gas Supply on and insure water heater relights and is leak free. 11/20/19 installed new anode rode cut to length and checked for leaks . Put water heater back in working order. Anode rod was very bad from water heater installed 11/21/17. Recommended to homeowner that a water softer system be installed to fix the hard water issue. Homeowner does not like the way a water softer makes the water feel.
Reclaimed and removed old attic system. Installed new Amana 2 stage communicating condenser on new pad and snow feet. Flushed lineset and purged with nitrogen. Brazed in with nitrogen. Installed new Amana high efficiency condensing gas furnace in new drain pan. Placed a new evaporator coil on top. Brazed in with nitrogen and installed adjustable txv. Pressure tested to 300 and evacuated to 160 microns. Raised whole supply ducting up and made a 11 inch piece to compensate. Reconnected condensate, venting, gas, and electrical. Tested gas for leaks. No leaks found. Installed ez trap and wet switch to prevent water damage. Installed April aire 213 upgrade kits in both systems. Installed Honeywell uv light system. Installed Honeywell Iaq system and red link wireless accessory. Tested system and performed combustion test. Adjusted refrigerant charge. Tested system. Everything working great at time of install.
Found several rooms without heat. Administration showed me the boiler they believed heated those rooms . Found thermostats calling but not pulling in contacter on triple aquastat. Tapped on aquastat contacter and circulator pump came on and sent heat to the rooms that did not have heat. Honeywell L8148a aquastat needs replaced, called distributer for price and availability. Will return once we receive part. Told administrator until this is replaced it will be intermittent. Went to remove old aquastat and weâ€™ll begin to leak. Got a new well ran out to job site and installed new well and new aquastat.
Performed two propane gas heater tune ups, check electrical low and high ok filters ok clean sensor and check burners, ok gas manifold pressure ok performed combustion test cycle both heaters ok, second floor system wet switch might be going bad, would open circuit when it get touched, informed customer about about situation
Performed heating maintenance, replaced media filter. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections. Serviced humidifier, cleaned and replaced water panel. Started gas furnace, measured fuel pressures and adjusted. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.