DiBiase Heating & Cooling Company proudly serves our neighbors in Thornton, PA with complete heating and air conditioning services. Our goal is provide you with the ultimate customer services experience.
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Performed quality assurance inspection of systems. Need to cut new trim and go back and repair trim and install new hatch.
Needs control module for outside new furnace, coil, outdoor,pad, whip, disconnect must add additional charge to outdoor unit. Replaced downstairs added humidifier drain line was re routed from outside to discharge line
Provide estimate on ac and furnace options. Recommend hybrid system.
Performed two propane heat tune ups, check electrical low and high ok new filters, inspect heater burners and exchanger, down stairs heater in bad shape, even know passed combustion test, visual inspection is really bad, burners and exnchager cells are al rusted/corroded and metal is thin by now, can lead to faster cracks, on second floor heater blower on and off test was very different o2 difference there was 2% difference with blower on and off, also inducer making loud noise, bearings are starting to go bad is just time for the inducer to go bad completely, overall recommendations to replce both heaters due to condition and for human safe,
Evacuated system and charge with Refrigerant. Add Leak Dye to the system and replaced Capacitor. Tested system and system is running to factory standards.
Arrived onsite to perform AC Tune Up on system. Was informed that the First Floor system was not cooling the home. After testing system, found the system was completely flat of Refrigerant. Pressurized system to 250 PSI. Used Leak Bubbles to check all connections on the Indoor Coil and Outdoor Unit. Isolated the Indoor Unit by closing the Service Valves and the pressure held at a constant level. Opened the service Valves to reintroduce the Outdoor Unit into the system and the Pressure began to drop. Opened Lid of the Condensing Unit. Inspected Connections and leak checked all visible tubing and connections. Sprayed coil with Leak Bubbles wherever the fins on the Coil were bent or damaged. Was unable to determine the source of the Leak. The Leak is coming from the Condensing Unit, but the exact source of the leak is not known at this time.Need to return to evacuate the system and recharge with Refrigerant. Recommend adding Leak Dye to the system as well to help determine Leak point.