DiBiase provides air conditioning, heating and water heater services to the residents of Phoenixville, PA and the surrounding areas for years. They are a top-rated business who puts your comfort first!!
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RG - Phoenixville, PA
Brian was extremely knowledgeable and helpful in answering my questions.
Prompt and professional follow up service
Shawhan - Phoenixville, PA
I was experiencing a problem with my dual fuel system controlling and engaging the auxiliary heat properly. My system had been newly installed in the summer, so when I brought the heating issue to Dibiase's attention, they promptly dispatched the technician later in the afternoon after calling them to follow up and troubleshoot my issue. My technician, Luis, double checked the wiring components in my system and diagnosed the software and setup issues in the thermostat which corrected the issue. He also promptly took care of some some other concerns I had with the system very satisfactorily and made some helpful suggestions. He also pointed out a minor propane leak he identified while he was working so I could follow up the safety issue with my propane supplier. His service and attention was much appreciated, as was Dibiase's attention to thier service and installation.
Shannon - Phoenixville, PA
Always great service from DiBiase! Luis was great!!
Scott - Phoenixville, PA
The service was excellent and the Service Tech did a great job.
A great vendor for a landlord to use
Virginia - Phoenixville, PA
I have used DiBiase before, when my previous HVAC vendor let me down because "it was inconvenient". My tenants texted me this morning, and the team was there by noon, and done in an hour. But best of all, they were courteous and communicated with the tenant. So, my tenant is impressed, and happy with a warm home. And that makes me happy.
Diane - Phoenixville, PA
Technicians very knowledgeable
Scott - Phoenixville, PA
Highly Recommend DiBiase for their service. Their technicians are very knowledgeable and professional. They prepared a proposal before the work was completed so we knew the cost upfront. The technicians were on time and friendly and we liked getting a text knowing they were on the way.
Very impressed with the team service of this company!
Bob - Phoenixville, PA
From the first phone call to DiBiase to the tech’s house call, this has been an excellent experience.
a happy repeat customer
Virginia - Phoenixville, PA
This is the first time that Brian, the technician serviced some rental property heaters, as part of the maintenance plan. There are no surprises, and a lot of communication before, during and after the appointment. DiBiase wants to know that the customer is satisfied....and I am!
Spring tune up
Diane - Phoenixville, PA
Excellent technician, on time and very polite.
We took down all drywall and anything attached to it. Pulled out all the insulation and foam board within the rafters. We removed all the old piping and disposed of it. Ran all new pipes in line with where the old ones ran, connected them to our supply and returned. Checked for leaks and found none, we then re-installed all insulation and foam board and put up all new drywall. Went over everything with customer and received the rest of the job total.
Domestic pet piping secured below drywall. Will have to drop down to get drywall down. Isolation ball valves as it comes in the garage for supply and return. Can isolate radiant loop from rest of system. Opened up two sections of drywall and no radiant piping in either of those areas. Is more in central portion of garage area. Looks like based on thermal image pics from inspector that piping goes from joist bay to joist bay thru the joists. But couldnâ€™t verify that. Per fittings at ball valves can be used to connect new pex. Radiant piping does not go under cabinets in kitchen. No charge for this visit.
Performed heating maintenance, replaced air filters. Cleaned burners and flame sensors, inspected heat exchangers. Blew out condensate trap and drains. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started gas furnaces, tested limit and safety switches. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Installed new defrost board with ambient outdoor sensor. This style defrost board works off of ambient and coil sensor readings to initiate defrost. Ohmned out coil sensor and new ambient air sensor, they were within specs of the Manuel. After installing the new defrost board heat pump went into defrost on its own while on site, and switched correctly back into heating mode. System is working fine at time of service.
Found after getting breaker reset at indoor air handler heat pump came on. Went outside to outdoor heat pump and found a lot of ice built up on the coil. Put defrost board into foreced defrost and unit defrosted. Pressures were 274/73 at 32 degrees. Found defrost switch inside ice and defrost board not going into defrost on its own, let system run for about 30 minutes, no defrost. Will go over findings with office may need to replace defrost board and defrost sensors.
Heat tune up on Trane single stage gas furnace. Replaced 16x25x1 filter. Quality of flame/condition of burner/gas pressure and combustion test good. Electrical components are reading within specs. 42F temp rise. Furnace is operating well at the time of this maintenance/tune up.
Performed Precision Heating tune Up on Ducane Heat Pump system. Checked 14x20x1 Air Filter which was recently changed and in good condition. Inspected electrical components on Air Handler and Outdoor Unit. Dual capacitor for the outdoor unit was testing below rating on the fan side. Replaced Dual Capacitor and tested operation. Inspected Indoor and Outdoor Coils. Measured refrigerant charge and tested Auxiliary Heat Kit. Refrigerant charge was to manufacturer recommended ratings. System went into A Defrost Cycle during testing and switched over properly. Thank you for becoming part of the service membership program!
Performed precision heat tune tune up on efm oil boiler. Checked all electrical conections and components. Replaced rf1 oil filter. Replaced oil nozzle. Found contacter inside aquastat buzzing very load. ( customer knows this and he smacks the contactor) took photos in cases it fails, at this point he does not want to replace. Vacuumed out smoke pipe and heat exchanger. Performed smoke and combustion test. Oil boiler is working fine at time of inspection.
Found that drain lines from air handler where humidifier drains into and a basement dehumidifier were junked up. Brushed out with ez trap brush and blew out drain lines. Also found a lot of junk and debris in bottom of condensation pump. Cleaned out pump and tested with water. Pump started pumping but did not pump the water out very quickly . Condensation pump is wearing out, recommended replacing old condensation pump and wiring in pump saftey. Replaced condensation pump and tested with water. Found condensation pump pumping very slowly
Recently installed hybrid system, heat pump with propane back up, customer stated propane furnace does not run, check all wiring at the furnace, outdoor unit and thermostat all wiring is correct, check settings in thermostat and thermostat was not set up correctly to duel fuel, had to go into pro settings and update the current wiring, so it set up heat pump two stage with propane as alternative, also checked humidifier terminal, also repaired intake and exhaust piping, pie ping were switched, cutback intake and extended exhaust using 90 and a 45, also use metal strap to add support to both pipes, would recommended adding some insulation on exhaust pipe to prevent any freezing, no charge warranty labor
Heat tune up, upon arrival found furnace satisfied on temperature, increase set point to 73 and check operation of furnace, furnace was giving out a communication error with gas valve, reset power and error kept coming on board, reset power to furnace and also tuned switch to off and back on at the gas valve, I was able to erase code, cleaned flame sensor and check burners, modulating gas valve, performed combustion test ok Cleaned washable filter, one of the screens is broken would recommend replacing both washable filters, cycle unit would recommended replacing gas valve and control board per York technical support, I would recommended replacing parts if furnace stops working emailed proposal for parts replacement
Performed heating maintenance, washed eac pre filter. Started humidifier, checked operation. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started heat pump, tested defrost cycle. Calculated btu output. Checked operation and temperature rise across coil.
Performed heating maintenance, checked air filter ok. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Tested electric back up heaters. Started heat pump, tested defrost cycle. Calculated btu output. Checked operation and temperature rise across coil.
Replaced blower motor. Turned thermostat to fan on and motor came right on drawling 2 amps. Cycled thermostat into cooling mode, outside unit came on with blower motor. No more chattering of the blower relay. A/c is working fine at time of service.
Service call that the Gas Furnace was not working and was blowing cold air. Upon arrival, found system turned off at the thermostat and power turned off to the unit. Turned power on and turned heat on to the system. System was flashing a 3 Flash Code. No manuals were present and the manual online did not have any error code troubleshooting guide. Tested system and found Inducer Motor was running at 1.6 Amps and is only rated for 0.7 Amps. Motor is seized and is not running. Could not free motor bearings to get motor running. The Inducer motor needs to be replaced and then we can further test the operation of the system. Their may be other issues with the system that cannot be tested until the Inducer Motor is replaced. System is about 19 Years. Due to age of system, and current condition, spoke with homeowner about replacement of the Gas Furnace/AC system rather than repairing. Homeowner is going to think about repair and replacement of the system and will call us.
Replaced blower relay and gave thermostat a call for a/c. Found that as soon as new blower relay picked up it chattered and blew 3 amp fuse. Disconnected g wire at air handler and outside unit came on normally. As soon as I attached g wire to terminal block at air handler relay chattered and blew fuse, found a blew wire going from thermostat to air handler. Switched out blue wire from green wire that was on g terminal, still blowing 3 amp fuse. Checked over low voltage wiring going to blower motor found no knocks. As soon as it was getting 24 volts to t4 motor terminal, it would blow fuse. Removed low voltage speed tap from terminal block and cycled on fan on at thermostat. A/c came on . As soon as I reconnected low voltage wiring to x13 blower motor. Fuse would blow. There is a short in the x 13 blower motor. Motor will need to be ordered and replaced.
Checked no cooling complaint, found low voltage fuse blown, checked for shorts, found a shorted blower relay.
Heat tune up on Lennox furnace. Cleaned flame sensor, checked pressure switch and tubing. Burners are in good condition at this time. 4 MFD inducer capacitor reading 4 MFD at this time. Gas pressure ok. Combustion analysis proved furnace is running at good efficiency (83.5%). 58F temp rise. Replaced humidifier pad and cleaned housing. Verified humidifier/humidistat operation. Replaced 16x25x1 filter. Cycled heating on and off using Ecobee thermostat. ECM Blower motor is surge protected.
Performed heating maintenance m replaced media air filters. Serviced humidifiers, cleaned and replaced water panels. Started and checked operation. Cleaned burners and flame sensors, inspected heat exchangers. Blew out condensate traps and drains. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections. Started gas furnaces, tested limit and safety switches. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
No heat, found thermostat off upon arrival, set thermostat to call for heat and found no call signal, jumper w and r at the thermostat, unit came on, performed smoke test on furnace and failed safety test, performed combustion test and informed customer unit should be replaced for safety purposes
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed gas furnace and air conditioning system. Checked over entire system. All wiring proper and secure. No gas leaks. No air leaks, all duct connections sealed. Penetrations sealed. Water heater re-installation proper and no leaks. Outdoor unit and disconnect level and proper. System running great at time of QA. Will need to schedule a 6 month inspection in the spring. Gave customer financing paperwork but his name and his wifeâ€™s name are on for a signature. She will not be home till this evening. He is going to scan it after signing and send it to us in email.
Performed heating maintenance, checked air filter ok. Cleaned burners and flame, inspected heat exchanger. Blew out condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started gas furnace, tested limit and safety switches. Measured fuel pressures. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise
Installed a new amana gas heater. Installed new amana coil on top and adapted all supply metal as needed. Taped and sealed all duct. Installed new ac on a new plastic pad and installed a new electrical box and electrical wiring to outdoor. Adapted gas piping as needed. Reattached flue piping. Tested unit in both modes and unit was running great
Found blower running when I arrived but not inducer motor. Found a call for heating between c&w, but no power going to inducer motor. Found all saftey closed. Found control board not supplying 120 volts to inducer motor. Furnace is not in great shape. After talking to customer recommend replacement of the entire system. Contacted office, they will send over a replacement quote.
Upon arrival found boiler relief valve leaking, check water pressure and temp and found pressure reading 30 psi with temp at 180 check expansion tank and found no air inside tank filled with water, quoted to drained expansion tank at atmospheric pressure customer ok repairs, also made a note about some valves are old and shows signs of corrosion customer is aware after draining expansion tank performed combustion test and cycle boiler test limit ok currently water pressure is set to 12 psi and temps is registering 180 cycle boiler ok