When it comes to your Parkesburg, 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 Parkesburg, PA to see how we live up to these values every day, in every way.
An HVAC tune up will run you about $100 – $200 per visit, on average. There are two visits a year- one for the air conditioner and one for the heating unit. The price of the tune up has been proven to be well worth the cost when considering the benefits, which include:
- The unit will run better and lower energy consumption, helping with your power bills.
- A tune up will help prevent unexpected pricy future repairs.
- Regular maintenance extends the life of your HVAC so you won’t have to think about the expense of a replacement for a while to come.
The average price Parkesburg PA residents can expect to pay for an HVAC repair is $300. Small repairs will generally run from $75 – $250, while larger HVAC repairs could cost up to $3,000. What is wrong with the HVAC will directly impact what the repair will cost.
Are you having issues with your HVAC? DiBiase Heating & Cooling is happy to help. Request an estimate today for repair service and one of our highly trained technicians will be in touch promptly.
It will cost between $700 – $2,100 to replace an evaporator coil on your HVAC system, including parts and labor. An evaporator coil works by collecting heat from your home as the refrigerant in the system evaporates from a liquid to a gas. That warm air is transported outside and you are left with cool inside air. Without a properly working evaporator coil your HVAC will not function to cool your home.
For more information on evaporator coils and their costs, contact DiBiase online today and one of our knowledgeable team members will contact you shortly.
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Awesome service, as usual!
Alexis - Parkesburg, PA
Awesome service and always there when you need them!
Alexis - Parkesburg, PA
Five years ago, I never heard of this company, my heater died on the coldest day of the year and I called everyone that I had seen advertised on TV and no one would come out. Someone gave me this name and they were here in a heartbeat. Same thing happened with my AC going out on the hottest day this year, and guess who was here in a minute. Really, when you're freezing or too hot to even think and your system has a problem, there is nothing more important than knowing someone will be here to help. That is this company!
Always pleased with the service from this company!
Alexis - Parkesburg, PA
Matthew - Parkesburg, PA
Matthew - Parkesburg, PA
Luis was great. Thanks for sending him
Great Service and pleased
Tim - Parkesburg, PA
Service Technician was on time, very nice, professional and completed work required. Very pleased.
Tim - Parkesburg, PA
Pleased with technicians work and he is a nice guy
Professional as always
Blacklotus2021 - Parkesburg, PA
Service was great, on time and Luis is very helpful and professional.
Tim - Parkesburg, PA
Service was great, on time and Luis is very helpful and professional.👍
Warren - Parkesburg, PA
Had a lot of great tips!
Lori - Parkesburg, PA
Knew what he was doing and had a lot of great info to share.
arrived earlier than expected and did a great job
Sumu - Parkesburg, PA
Drain Down, Disconnect, and remove existing Water Heater. Install a new 65 Gallon Rheem Hybrid Heat Pump water Heater in Auxiliary Drain Pan with Alarm. Adapt Hot and Cold Water Pipes to new Water Heater. Install Condensation Drain Piping for Water Heater. Complete Electrical Connections to Water Heater. Fill Tank and purge lines of Air. Setup Water Heater Programming and put into operation. Complete Water Heater Installation Checklist in system upon completion.
Performed heat pump check up check electrical low and high ok replaced filter 16x25x1 check blower compartment and coil ok test 7.5 kw back up heat ok check airflow outdoor unit refrigerant pressures ok capacitor and contactor ok test defrost ok cycle unit ok emailed proposal for water heater replacement with hybrid water heater
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed gas furnace and air conditioning system. Checked over entire system. All penetrations sealed, wiring secure and proper. System running great at time of QA.
Reclaimed and removed old ac ,coil and heater. Installed a new amana gas heater with amana coil on top . Adapted all metal as needed and taped and sealed all joints. Ran new copper lines brazed and leak checked. Installed an new condensate drain with a ez trap wired in and new pump and vinyl tubing. T4 stat. Tested unit and itâ€™s running good .
Performed ac tune up, check electrical low and high ok, flushed drain, check air filter, very dirty, check temps split only 10 degrees, supply 63 Reiner 73, check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures 250/105 with 0 degree sub cooling and 41 super heat, informed customer about situation, quoted for refrigerant and customer ok, added 3 lbs of 410 and ran unit for 10 mins pressure 275/130 with 6 sub cooling and 11 super heat, replaced air filter and check supply and return 55 supply and 72 return Cycle unit
Double check flue piping
No cooling, found system off upon arrival, customer was experiencing noise from blower, inspect blower and found broken blower belly, motor shaft is out of phase, and wheel is damaged, unbalanced, all three parts are needed for proper operation called in for pricing, provided pricing on repairs, due to high repair cost would recommend replacing system bill to come out today for proposal on a new system
Performed gas heat boiler tune up check electrical low and high ok cleaned flame sensor assembly ok, flushed and cleared drain trap, check and test boiler operation inputs and outputs ok temperature on sensors ok, performed combustion test ok would recommend replacing all main baskets for next visit ...Maintenance kit for boiler
No ac, found outdoor unit not running, found open capacitor quoted to replace capacitor ok installed new cap and test unit 410 pressures ok check temp split supply 57 return 77 .......350/140
Performed two ac tune ups, one geothermal and one heat pump, check electric low and high ok flushed drain test pump ok, check temp split ok, noticed capacitor for heat pump is running low, customer is aware, check refrigerant pressures ok cycle unit ok on geothermal, filter ok temps on supply and return ok flushed drain and clean coil ok cycle unit ok capacitors for geo unit are starting to be low, right now they are at the 6% tolerance cycle both units ok
Recovered refrigerant and disconnected, removed and disposed of furnace and ac. Installed new furnace on furnace feet, installed new vent piping, reconnected gas line, adapted to existing return metal, created new supply transition. Sealed supply transition. Flushed and pressure tested line set. Installed new coil and new outdoor unit on new pad. INstalled new disconnect box and wiring outside. Installed new condensate drain system with condensate pump and EZ trap. Started up and commissioned new equipment. Tested heating and cooling operation. Filled out all forms. Left unit in Cooling Mode set to 70 degf.
Arrived at customers home. Spoke to Philip regarding what has been going on. Set the agenda and proceeded to the basement. Checked over both indoor and outdoor unit. All pressures and temps are good. Air flow good. Did find some loose connections on low voltage wiring at outdoor unit. Secured low voltage wiring. Tested in Heating and Cooling and all pressures are good. Tried to get it to fault code and system did not. Need to research more into operation of core sense module. System running good when we finished. No charge for this visit.
Geothermal system not working, will work for about 20 mins then would shutdown, check operation check water temp in and out ok 9 degree difference also check supply and rerun air supply 49 return 69 check refrigerant charge ok, unit goes into loss of charge code, bypassed switch for testing and unit works fine no codes and continues to run, faulty switch, we will need to contact manufacturer see if we can add loss of charge on suction line of refrigerant line if not major work will be involved, we will get back to customer once we find out from manufacturer also informed customer about evap coil being dirty
Replace capacitor and contactor, add super boost and removed blower wheel and clean it, service plan included test ac unit cycle ok check r22 pressures ok 180/70 outdoor 69 indoor 69
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok replaced filter check blower cap and wheel, check split ok noticed blower wheel has excessive dust informed customer about situation, check outdoor unit refrigerant r22 pressures ok found weak compressor cap and contactor making buzzing sound, compressor is working harder than usual due to age, recommended adding super boost this will minimize the extra work the compressor is doing during every start, and replace capacitor and contactor, emailed proposal to customer and present solutions
Performed ac tune on heat pump and Straight ac check electrical low and high ok replace filters, check and flushed drain test pump ok check split blowers ok check outdoor units refrigerant pressures r22 and 410 ok both units are working ok older unit is working little harder on every start unit is form 1994 bill to come out next week for system replacement options
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok replace filter check split flushed drain, ok check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures r22 ok capacitor ok noticed contactor has burnt marks on contacts also super boost is not working, check amp draw on compressor and fan motor ok cycle unit ok emailed proposal for recommend repairs
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok, replace air filter, check blower cap and blower wheel, blower wheel is super dirty, informed customer about situation, check split only getting 12 degree split, supply 58 return 69, check outdoor unit and found system low on refrigerant, system will not work when it comes time to use the ac, explained customer about systems leaking refrigerant could be inside or outside equipment, total repair can range from 2500 to 3500 depends where the leak is, recommend having system replacement due to high cost of repairs bill to come out on Monday mourning
Installed new defrost board and switch under warranty. Secured wiring with zip ties. Cycled heat pump in both heating and cooling mode. Then jumped out defrost switch and put system through defrost mode. Heat pump is working fine at time of service.
Found amana heat pump locked out on a code 3. This code is ( compressor short cycling) . Reset outdoor defrost board by disconnecting red wire and re applying 24 volts. Tested heat pump in both heating and cooling mode. At 50 degrees outside temp. Heating pressures were 269/105. Kicked heat pump into defrost mode by jumping defrost sensor and putting board into test mode. Found compressor short cycling while in defrost mode. Defrost board was not keeping it in defrost mode. Will need to order defrost board and switch on Monday. Showed homeowner how to reset breakers until we receive part.
Performed precision a/c tune up on American standard a/c system. Homeowner had just replaced custom 1â€ air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out and inspected condensation drain. Checked temperature split at indoor air handler. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of service.
Performed heat pump check up ac mode, check electrical low and high ok filter ok check pump and flushed drain add tabs check split supply 46 return 68 check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures ok check capacitor and contactor ok installed new thermostat T6 and test all settings ok cycle heat pump ok set up stage timer 30 mins and 2 degree differential per customer request
Removed 2 old oil tanks. Transferred all oil to new tank. Installed new legs, fill piping, and vent piping. Installed new whistle and gauge. Installed plugs in unused ports. Reconnected oil filter and bled line. Tested boiler operation. Sealed holes with hydraulic cement. Checked for leaks. System working fine at time of service.
replaced leaking section of cast iron baseboard. Went to fill system and found 2 more leaks at other baseboards in same room. Once they heated up and expanded the leaks became clear. Quoted replacement and will return to complete. Returned to replace remaining 2 sections of baseboard. Replaced and filled/purged system. System was running fine for 30 minutes. After system got to temp another cast baseboard started leaking through painted crack. We drained system again and turned off zone.
Removed old cast iron baseboard. Replaced with new fin and tube baseboard. Began filling loop and noticed another leak at a coupler in crawl space. Was able to solder connection back on. Began filling system again and found another leak at cast iron baseboard in second bedroom. Will get back to customer with quote. Left loop off and purged other side. Balanced system so far radiator heats evenly.