When it comes to your Kennett Square, 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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Bernhard - Kennett Square, PA
Nathan was on time and the text feature is very good. Handled the problem very professionally.
Jim - Kennett Square, PA
Delivered fast, efficient, on-time, and reasonable service. Best investment we made.
Great service on time
Susan - Kennett Square, PA
Consistently Great Service!
Christina - Kennett Square, PA
I've had a service contract with DiBiase for almost 10 years and I can't imagine using a2 anyone else. Nathan came back out today to "tweak" my heating system and showed up within two hours of my calling the office. All of the technicians are professional, efficient and polite.
Colleen - Kennett Square, PA
Nathan arrived timely to assess hot water heater problem. Was scheduled following morning for installation. Nathan explained the problem in layman terms. He was open to questions the morning of installation. He went over the new hot water heater once installed & left my basement as he found it - neat & tidy. DiBiase technician's are informative & friendly. The prices are competitive. I have been a customer for years & have no plans on changing my HVAC company!
Laurel - Kennett Square, PA
The guys were pleasant and completed service under expected time. Showed up on time
Jim - Kennett Square, PA
Great service, neat,efficient and very courteous.
Kelly - Kennett Square, PA
Bryan was on time, respectful and quick at diagnosing the problem and gave us all of the options for fixing it.
Rick C - Kennett Square, PA
Very satisfied with DiBiase Heating and Cooling. Great communication for scheduling and have always arrived on time. Service technicians are courteous and professional.
Great, reliable service
Rick - Kennett Square, PA
Bryan arrived on time, very professional
Very professional, prompt, honest excellent service
Kathy - Kennett Square, PA
I would highly recommend Dibiasi, great people, excellent service
Laurel - Kennett Square, PA
Service guy was very efficient and professional
Happy with service & price!
Colleen - Kennett Square, PA
very good service
Brett - Kennett Square, PA
The excellent service I have come to expect
Neil - Kennett Square, PA
As always, on time and first rate service.
Inspected unit components and replaced air fitler on unit with customer supplied air filter. Turned system on and checked system charge. Found unit low on refrigerant. Added 3.5 lbs of R22 and charged using superheat method. Measured delta accross coil.Unit is leaking refrigerant and this is a temporary solution until system gets replaced. Also found water heater drain pan full of water due to expansion tank failure. Recommend new expansion tank.
Upon arrival found water in main unit pan. Discovered coil pan was not pitched properly. Adjusted and tested operation.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter. Checked Humidifer Damper to ensure it was closed for the AC Season. Cleaned Outdoor Coil with Water due to being clogged with dirt and debris. Tested Electrical Components on the Indoor and Outdoor Units. Clean Condensation Drain Pipe. Tested Refrigerant Levels of system in Low Stage and High Stage of Cooling. System is running to standards at this time.
We will disconnect, remove, and dispose of the existing zone dampers for the 1st and 2nd floor.We will install 2 new zone dampers and complete all mechanical and electrical connections.Installed dampers and tested operation. Found unit had locked out on low pressure at one time. Manipulated system to see if we can get the problem to repeat. Unit running as per manufacturers specs.
Performed precision ac tune up on two systems. One for the main floor located in basement and one for the 2nd floor located on 2nd floor. Filters were still good, kept them in. Could not clean condensate line as there was no access to them. Found main unit to be low on charge based on pressure/temperature readings. Customer approved to charge. Added 3 lbs and customer was satisfied with readings. 2nd floor system had similar readings as main unit (after charging) so customer is satisfied with it.System is running at acceptable standards and providing sufficient cooling. Customer would like to arrange a meeting to discuss estimate for unit replacement.
Turned system on and tested operation. Checked for air leakage at basement registers and no airflow was present when other zones were calling for conditioning. Showed homeowner on how to manually close damper if needed and labeled damper for basement zone. 1st floor and 2nd floor dampers are older so recommend replacement to ensure reliability.
Pump remaining refrigerant back and Disconnect Lineset to remove Old Coil. Install new Coil and Braze Refrigerant Lines. Pressure test system and evacuate to under 500 Microns. Recharge system with Refrigerant and test operation.Performed the work stated above. System gave temperature split of 18F (48F supply, 66F return) System is running at manufacture specifications.
Upon arrival found outdoor unit flashing l1 code which is low pressure lockout. Reset and tested operation. Checked charge. Low 107 high 285 sh 13 sc 9.2. Turned all zones on and also tested with just the loft zone on. Seen no significant difference in pressure. Also shut humidifer down and damper controlling humidifer. No other codes were present anywhere else.
Required replacement of outdoor unit 3 capacitor in order to operate. Replaced capacitor for unit and tested operation. Finalized completion of maintenance on unit including charge assessment and power monitoring.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on Trane System. Replaced High Efficiency 413 Air Filter. Cleared Condensation Drain Line. Tested Electrical Components on the Indoor and Outdoor Units. Turned Humidistat Off and Closed Damper for the season. Tested Refrigerant using the Charging Jacket due to lower Outdoor Temperature.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on Ruud Heat Pump system for the addition of the House. Replaced the 14x20x1 Air Filter. While testing the Refrigerant of the system, found unit to be very low on refrigerant. Proceeded to search for leak using UV Light and Glasses. Found Indoor Coil had multiple areas that were show the Leak Dye. Checked Outdoor unit and did not find any leaks at this time. Called Manufacturer to check if the Coil was under Warranty. Coil is not under Warranty. Please see included estimate for cost to replace Indoor Coil. Also recommend service Plan membership for the Amana AC system and Oil Furnace that supplies the Main House. Included an estimate for the Service Membership cost for Oil Furnace/Air Conditioning.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Replaced High Efficiency 413 Air Filter. Clean Condensation Drain Pipe and Pump. Tested operation of Pump. Turned Humidistat Control off, and Closed Humidifier Damper for the season. Measured Refrigerant Levels of system. System is running to standards.
Installed new gas fired water heater . Repiped water supply to water heater . Reattached gas line to the water heater . Reattached vent to the water heater . Tested out and water heater is running to factory standards.
Performed precision ac tune up. Filter was good, customer changed it.System is operating at below manufacture specifications. Due to age and condition, we recommend replacement.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter, provided by Homeowner. Cleaned Condensation Drain Pipe. Tested Electrical Components on the Indoor and Outdoor Units. Tested Refrigerant Levels using a Charging Jacket due to Outdoor Temperature around 40 Degrees. Temperature inside the home was about 65 Degrees during Tune Up.While onsite, inspected Hot Water Heater. Manufacturers Date of the Water Heater is January 28th, 2003. Expectant life span of a Water Heater is 10-12 Years. Due to age of 15 Years, recommend replacement before any issues arise. Included is an estimate for the Installation of a new 50 Gallon Natural Gas Atmospheric Water Heater. Also included an estimate for 75 Gallon, which homeowner is interested in upgrading to the larger size.
Performed precision ac tune up on all systems. All filters changed.Unit 1 and 2 operated within manufacture specifications.Unit 3 could not start due to blown capacitor on outdoor unit. We could not measure refrigerant charge because system would not start. We recommend replacing capacitor in order to check the charge. Disconnect panel is left in the "OFF" position until repairs are made.We also recommend wet switch for all 3 units as safety measure in event of water leak.
Performed precision ac tune up on all 8 units at Primrose. All filters were changed. Non-pleated filters for the attic and basement units. Pleated filters for the ceiling.In general all systems were running at manufacture specifications. If there were any concerns, it would be unit 1 and 3 compressors. Please contact us if a problem arises when these units call for cooling. However these were running at normal conditions after we tightened connections. We also want to note that all outdoor units beside 6a and 6b had a hard start kit.Details of each unit are documented below:Unit 1: Attic unit did not have safety switch for condensate pan. We recommend installing wet switch to prevent water leakage as it it designed to shut off when excess of water is found present in pan. Outdoor unit did not initially start compressor upon call for cooling. We disconnected power supply and performed a compressor diagnostic and found it to be in normal conditions. We tightened connections and r
Replaced board and tested operations.During testing, the unit does fire up however the gas valve initiated at an unexpected delay. Gas valves under normal operations will open immediate upon call for heat. Further diagnosis indicates that the gas valve will require replacement if it continues to operate slowly and ultimately becoming stuck closed. We recommend replacement of gas valve.Besides that issue, the board is operational and the unit does fire up when it calls for heat.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Replaced High Efficiency Air Filter. Cleaned Drain Line. Tested Electrical Components on the Indoor and Outdoor Units. Checked Refrigerant Charge using a Charging Jacket due to outdoor temperature being low. Disconnected Power to the Steam Humidifier for the AC Season. Opened Loft Damper to Summer Position.
Upon arrival found bad board. Relay opening and closing. Back of board shows sign of wear and damage. Recommend replacing.
replaced circuit board and tested operation.
1st floor clubhouse - closet unit- unit was starting and getting to point of ignition but gas valve was not opening. Measured valve voltage at 15 v not 24 v. Traced and checked all wiring and connections. Removed board and found burned terminal on rear of board. Circuit board requires replacement.1st floor clubhouse - card room. -Unit started working again. Tested operation. INspected air filter in unit, checked capacitor, cleaned pressure switch line, inspected flame sensor. When unit went to come back on no voltage present to â€œwâ€ terminal from thermostat. Jumpered thermostat and unit started. Thermostat requires replacement. Customer will call PECO to see if they can get new thermostat, if not we will provide thermostat.
Installation of a new Gas Furnace/Air Conditioner with new Zone Control Panel and Three T6 Pro WiFi Thermostats. Flushed Lineset and adapted to the new units. Pressure tested at 175 PSI and Vacuumed down below 500 Microns. Installed Three Honeywell T6 WiFi Thermostats. Programmed and setup Thermostats using the Lyric App. Wired new Control Zone Panel with a new Air Sensor. Piped new 3/4â€ PVC Drain Pipe to the Floor Drain. ReSealed Zone Dampers due to Air Leakage from the previous tape that had been applied. Performed Combustion Analysis Test and measured Gas Pressure for both Low and High Stages. Measured Lineset to a total of 37â€™. Added 1 lb 3oz of refrigerant, but will need to return when the Outdoor Temperature is above 60 Degrees to Test the AC.During Installation, found Hot Water Heater is damaged on the bottom and leaning. Recommend replacement of the 50 Gallon Atmospheric Water Heater.