When you need air conditioning, heating and water heater services in Wayne, PA, you need DiBiase Heating & Cooling Company. We’ve earned a reputation over the years for providing customer-first service you can count on.
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Excellent Service and Great Advice
Shobha - Wayne, PA
Kurt (as well as our experience with the other service technitions in the past) was great! He took the time to explain the problem to us and gave great advice on our options. Thank you!
Kate - Wayne, PA
Mark - Wayne, PA
Chris was thorough in inspection and quoted remedies
Mark - Wayne, PA
Luis diligently performed the tasks of the job very well and advised on some future issues. We feel good about being a member of DiBiase H&C. Thank You!
Prompt, thorough, reliable service as always!
Dan - Wayne, PA
My AC broke
Muskan - Wayne, PA
Our AC broke and we were not able to figure out what happened. I was recommended DiBiase by my general contractor. So I called them. Nicole was pleasant to talk to and explained their process clearly. Their technician Nathan came on time and fixed the issue and was courteous to talk to. We were happy with the results.
Punctual, professional and thorough
Dan - Wayne, PA
My wife and I have come to expect complete professionalism and reliability from the DiBiase team. They reach out proactively to schedule seasonal check-ups and show up on time. The technicians are always good people and know what they're doing. Our HVAC system is approaching 20 years old, so we have regular discussions about its limited life expectancy, but they do their best to keep it running as efficiently as possible.
Performed precision heat tune up on thermopride oil furnace and Frigidaire heat pump. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. 20x25x5 filter on heatpump system is ok. Humidifier pad on heat pump system is clean tested emergency heat. Clean oil furnace heat exchanger. Garbar spin on oil filter is clean. Replaced.65x80b nozzle. Checked temperature rise on both systems. Humidifier on oil furnace is not being used( no drain connected). Performed smoke and combustion test on oil furnace, checked refrigerant pressures on heat pump system. Both systems are working fine at time of inspection.
Checked out crawl space. Humidity ranges from 43-54.
Installed a filter grill in back office.
Installed a new dehumidifier in crawl space in a drain pan. Ran flex duct to supply and return duct taped and sealed all connections. Ran drain to sump pump. Ran plug to existing plug.
Performed six month quality check, installed air filter. Tested electric back up heaters. Tested water safety. Started heat pump, calculated btu output. Tested defrost cycle. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Installed heat pump on pad and pump up feet. Brazed in lineset with nitrogen, then pressure tested to 300, and evacuated down to 110 microns. Released refrigerant. Installed new disconnect and whip. Piped condensate beyond pad. Relocated flex runs to final locations. Cut holes for mv4 registers. Pulled flex through and connected then secured to ceiling. Added lineset charge and tested operation in heating and cooling. System working well at time of install.
Performed precision heat tune up on carrier gas furnace. Found inducer motor grinding when it first started but then grinding went away. ( brought to homeowners attention) only wants to replace when it completely fails. Checked air filters were clean. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked gas pressure. Blew out condensate drain. Performed combustion test. Gas furnace is working at time of inspection.
Purchase of the Maintenance Plan and air quality improvement repair. Sealed up all ductwork in garage around air handler. Checked air filter. Inspected coil and electrical connections and components. Tested amperage on 15kw strip heater and found to be in spec. Tested temperature rise in hp mode. Tested pressures and temperatures and checked amp draw and voltage on outdoor unit. Checked capacitor and found to be out of specification. Replaced cap. Verified repair. System working well at time of service.
Performed gas heat tune up check electrical low an high ok replaced filter, cleaned sensor and check burners gas pressure ok flushed furnace trap ok check humidifier and test ok check temp split ok combustion test on furnace ok cycle furnace
Performed precision heat and a/c tune up. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked temperature rise and temperature split at indoor unit. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Found a/c slightly low on charge. Gave homeowner the option of adding dye and refrigerant if they wanted to find the leak. Told homeowner that if leak ends up to be in the indoor coil. It could be around a $3000.00 repair. System is about 14 years old recommended to homeowner to start thinking about replacement. Homeowner said they will call us when they are ready to get a quote to replace system.
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok replaced air filter, check dampers ok check supply and return air ok, flushed drain clean ez trap ok check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures capacitor and contactor ok cycle unit ok
Service call that the AC for the 1st Floor system was not cooling. Upon arrival found Blower Motor running but the outdoor unit was not on. Homeowner reset the breaker for the outdoor unit which was tripped. Unit began running but was shutting down and restarting. Found system cycling off on High Head Pressure. Recovered 2lbs of Refrigerant from system. Pressures dropped to normal operating levels and Amp draw decreased from 20 Amps to 11 Amps. Checked Air Filter and measured Supply/Return Air Temperatures. If the system was running with excessive Amperage this could have caused the breaker to trip. Checked pressures on second floor system which were within standards at 132 on the Suction and 326 on the High Side.
Performed visual inspection on oil boiler check operation check hot water domestic side 125 F coming out cycle boiler check water circulator pump for heating space ok, boiler is coming on and off based on thermostat and hot water demand water piping ok, found no leaks at the time of visit
Water leak, found existing drain line came apart,connections was glued but it is old, recommend replacing trap and some fittings customer ok with repairs, replaced 3/4 pvc trap and coupling/below, check drain ok check ac operation ok 410 pressures ok 290/140 9 super heat 7 sub cooling check temp split supply air 59 return air 76
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed heat pump system in attic. Looked over entire install. Found slight water leak at glue joint. Corrected while here. No air leaks present and outdoor unit and disconnect level. Getting a 71/52 inside temp split.
Reclaimed and removed old heatpump and airhandler.. installed a new a,ama airhandler Iâ€™m attic and installed a auxiliary drain pan underneath. Installed a wet switch and a ez trap and wired in to the unit. Pressure tested and brazed all copper lines and bubbles test w nitro and soapy bubbles. Installed a new amana heatpump on pump up feet and installed a new disconnect box and electrical wiring to unit. Installed a new t10 stat.
Sealed chimney base using high temperature furnace cement, reattached furnace exhaust to existing strap, also check for confined space, total btu input from furnace is 110000 requiring 5500 cubic feet, total cubic feet in the basement 10000 cubic feet, furnace has plenty of air for combustion
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter ok. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Checked no cooling, found shorted transformer, found no shorts, found fuse not blown. No reason for transformer to fail. Recommend replacing system due to age and condition. Customer will contact us when they decide what they want to do.
Service call that there was water leaking from the unit. Upon arrival spoke with homeowner about issue. Found several fittings on the PVC drain line for the AC were not glued and came right apart. Glued the fittings and checked additional fittings to ensure they were all sealed. Added a union to the Condensation Drain Pipe to allow more access to clean the drain pipe. Poured water through the drain line at the AC coil to ensure there were no leaks and the Condensation pump was discharging properly. Homeowner also has concerns over Electronic Air Cleaner filter system. The door does not properly close on the Air Cleaner and the 1â€ Filter does not fit properly into the housing. Recommended removing the Carrier electronic Air Cleaner and installing an Aprilaire filter system. This filter has a higher MERV rating than traditional 1â€ Filters and does not need to be replaced as often. Included an estimate for the installation of an Aprilaire Filter system.
Performed two ac check ups, one split system and one mini split ac check electrical low and high ok replace air filter for main unit washed fit,ere for mini split head, check split ok outdoor unit refrigerant pressures ok capacitor and contactor ok cycle both units ok, noticed on main unit compressor blanket has no insulation due to mice, informed customer is customer has problems with compressor noise would recommend installing a compressor blanket
Went downstairs to furnace, got homeowner to give a call for heat on the second floor zone 2. Found first floor zone damper humming loudly. Went over to communicating zone board and found zone board sending 24 volts to both power open and power closed terminals to zone 1 first floor zone damper. This set up is exclusive to carrier. Recommend replacing zone board and 2 24x10 power open power closed zone boards. Called distributer for price and availability. Also talked to homeowner about replacement of entire furnace a/c and zone package with a more universal Honeywell zone board set up. Was not able to get ahold of distributer on site. Told homeowner price to replace zoning package is around $2000. They are also not easy access.
Installed reme halo in supply plenum at air handler in drop ceiling above break room. Tape secured and sealed unit in supply plenum. Installed 24 v transformer at air handler. Secured wiring with zip ties. Added wire nut to un- used wiring at air handler. Explained reme halo operation to customer.
Customer stated furnace is not running and also thermostat is not working blank thermostat, upon arrival found furnace in standby no call from thermostat found open circuit on 24 volts side, switch form pump was open, check pump operation and found to be faulty pump, check vinyl hose ok no blockage was found, quoted for new pump customer ok repairs, replace pump and wired safety test pump cycle ok, system is back in working condition
Removed old existing high voltage outdoor water proof whip removed blower wheel and clean housing and wheel