DiBiase Heating & Cooling Company provides air conditioning, heating and water heater services to our neighbors in the Phoenixville, PA areas. Since we opened our doors in 2008 we have lived by a code of integrity, honesty and quality.
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Performed precision ac tune up. Found contactor to be pitted and worn. Replaced with new . System is running to manufacture specifications.
Responded to an AC tune up. Noticed the supply going into the floor where the indoor unit is sitting was sweating and causing some moisture to get on the floor. I placed insulation from attic around the unit to help prevent sweating and causing condensate from getting onto the floor. Ultimately the swhole supply is sweating and he solution is to have it insulated, which means ripping out dry wall.Also reduced fan speed to slowest setting. I Recommend replacing the 40+5 dual capacitor on the outdoor unit. Other than that the systems charge is fine and the system is running to factory standards.Hosed outdoor coil as well.Recommend wrapping duct work and replacing unit.
Removed covers and found wire burned off at capacitor. Replaced capacitor and wire connections. Cleaned out electrical compartment. Turned on unit and tested operation. Measured supply temperature at 60 degf.
Performed ac tune ups. Systems are running to manufacture specifications. Replaced the first floor filter only.
Job passes quality assurance inspection. Customer very happy with installation. Customer indicated there was nothing we could have done better to improve.
Replace furnace and air conditioner with a new Disconnect, Electrical Whip, Lineset, Thermostat Wiring to the Outdoor Unit, and Pad. Reconnected existing thermostat. Adapted Venting and Gas Piping to the new Furnace. Installed a new Outlet and Switch on the Furnace. Piped Furnace and AC into the sinew Condensation Pipe which is wired into the system. If the Pump becomes clogged, it will shut the 24 Volts of to the system and shut it down. Performed Combustion Analysis and measured Gas Pressure on the Furnace. Tested Operation of AC and added 2lbs of 410-A Refrigerant to the system, Charging by Subcooling.
Unit needs new fan motor to run. Current motor is seized and inoperable. Old motor is 1/6 HP, 1100 RPM. Recommended installing rescue motor.Installed new rescue motor and tested operations. Checked refrigerant charge and temperature splits. System is providing cool air.
Checking the Combustion Levels and Temperature Splits on a Ducane Gas Furnace in Phoenixville. This unit is a Downflow Unit, which means it pushes the Supply Air through the bottom and pulls the Return Air through the Top. This is not an uncommon setup, but most units work in the opposite way; Supply Air out of the Top and pulling Return Air through the Bottom or side of the unit.
Repaired clogged pressure switch on Lennox unit in Phoenixville
Performed precision heat tune ups on two natural gas furnaces for a family in pheonixville