When it comes to your Havertown, 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.
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Performed PECO Heat Pump Tune Up on System. Completed PECO Inspection Form. Replaced the 16x20x1 Air Filter.Please include the following when sending invoice to homeowner:While testing components found the Blower Motor Capacitor testing below its rating. The Turbo Capacitor for the Outdoor Unit was testing within rating but is at the lower end of its rating. The Contactor on the Outdoor Unit is very worn and has Arc Marks present due to being worn. Recommend replacement of these items to avoid any issues. When testing the Compressor the Amp readings measured above what the Compressor is rated for. Compressor is rated for 16.2 Amps and is measuring 16.9 Amps. This could indicate that the compressor is beginning to fail and is working harder to operate. The Outdoor Unit is 20 Years old and the Air Handler is 15. This is a major concern that the compressor is running at higher Amps. Recommend replacement of the system before failure occurs.
Service call that the AC was not working. Upon arrival found Air Handler was calling for 2nd Stage Cooling but the Outdoor Unit was not running. Outdoor Unit was on a 3 Red Flash No Yellow Fault Code. Hooked gauges up to system and found unit was completely flat on Refrigerant. Pressure tested system with 300 PSI of Nitrogen. Found leak coming from the True Capillary Refrigerant Pipe that had rubbed onto the large pipe next to it. Emptied system of Nitrogen and Brazed over Leak spot. Pressure tested system with Nitrogen and monitored for about 10 minutes. Used Leak Bubbles to check area to ensure that it was sealed. Left system with about 240 PSI of Nitrogen. Need to return to rechecked Brazed Area, ensure system is holding pressure, evacuate system to under 500 Microns, and recharge system with 410-A Refrigerant. System came factory charged with 175 oz of 410-A. Test system and add additional Refrigerant as needed due to Lineset length, Charging by Subcooling.Returned to site to co
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on American Standard System. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter. Cleaned Drain Line, EZ Trap, and Pump. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Measured Refrigerant Charge and recorded Supply Return Air Temperatures. System is operating to standards.Due to age of Water Heater (10 Years), would recommend Replacement of the Power-vented Propane Water Heater before any issues arise.Would also recommend installing an ECM Motor Surge Protector onto the Blower Motor. The Motors can be sensitive to Power Spikes/Surges which can cause damage. The one time Surge Protectors May help protect the Motor in a Power Surge Event.
Service call that the Heat was not working. Upon arrival, found the Heat was turned off. The Blower Motor Housing had been removed from the Furnace and was sitting in the bottom of the Furnace Cabinet. Turned the system on and the blower turned on, but was making a loud grinding/squealing noise. This is an indication that the Blower Motor is failing and the is beginning to seize internally. Removed the Blower Motor and installed a new 115V Replacement Blower Motor with a new Capacitor. Wired Motor into system for Heating and Cooling Fan Speeds. Tested operation of system in Heating and Cooling Mode to ensure proper operation of the Blower Motor.
Performed Six Month Inspection on system. Cleaned EZ Trap and Condensation Pump. Inspected all Electrical Components. Replaced the 16x25x1 Air Filter. With System being installed in the summer, tested the Heating Side of the System. Measured Gas Pressure and performed Combustion Analysis on Unit. System is operating to Manufacturer Specifications.Spoke with Homeowner about Water Heater, due to being 9 years old. She would like to replace the Water Heater before Spring next year. At this time there is no water leaking or visible signs of damage to the Water Heater. Their is some corrosion forming at the Base of the Venting Pipe.
Installed new gas furnace and air conditioner. INstalled new Honeywell Pro T6 thermostat. Sealed duct system with mastic. Setup and tested operation.
Performed a maintenance and repaired a moisture issue on a Amana Gas Furnace