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Chris was on time, very efficient and thougher
Brian was very knowledgeable and very courteous. I felt comfortable that was he was telling me was accurate and correct.
Everything was expected thank you
I called with a problem at 7 pm on a Friday and Chris the tech was at my house by 8:30. DiBiase is unbelievably reliable and great at what they do.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
1st floor : reclaimed and removed old ac , coil and furnace. Installed a new amana gas furnace and installed a adp coil on top and adapted all ductwork as needed. Taped and sealed all joints. Adapted gas piping and flue piping as needed . Flushed lineset and brazed and leak checked with nitro. Installed 3 t6 thermostats. Installed a new amana ac unit on a new plastic pad. Installed a new disconnect box and electrical wiring to unit condensate drain now has an ez trap wired in. 2nd floor: reclaimed and removed old ac , coil and furnace. Installed a new amana gas furnace and installed a adp coil on top and adapted all ductwork as needed. Taped and sealed all joints. Adapted gas piping and flue piping as needed . Flushed lineset and brazed and leak checked with nitro. Installed 2 t6 thermostats. Installed a new amana ac unit on a new plastic pad. Installed a new disconnect box and electrical wiring to unit condensate drain now has an ez trap wired in.
No ac on second floor unit, unit was installed today, found unit off upon arrival, set main stat to call for ac, check other zones, all three zones wiring ok check supply and return air, ok check condensation pump and ez trap ok, no issues found
Found blown 35/5 mf capacitor. Homeowner also mentioned that r-22 had been added a few years back. Recommend he replace the a/c. Homeowner wanted to replace the capacitor. Replaced the capacitor and also found system low on charge. Pressures were 180/49. Added 1lb 14oz of r-22. Now pressures are 215/80. Told homeowner we donâ€™t know how long the the charge will last but system is working fine at time of service.
Checked no cooling complaint, found thermostat set to cooling, found blower running but no outdoor, checked for a call to y, found no call from the thermostat. Replaced with a supplied thermostat. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge.
No ac, found unit off upon arrival, told customer to set thermostat cool 65, noticed compressor did not came on fan would start they went off, breaker tripped, found open run cap, compressor is over amping, had to installed new cap and super boost to bring compressor, customer ok repairs after getting unit to come on check refrigerant pressures found system to be slightly low on r22 40 super heat and 8 sub cooling, based on chart target super heat (piston) is 20 informed customer about situation, also Noticed compressor doing more than normal sound, and is working harder, customer decided to add refrigerant, to bring sub cooling and lower super heat, system is running at 225/80 25 super heat and 14 sub cooling supply air 56 rerun air 77, adding refrigerant is an indication there is a leak, there is no guarantee on how long the refrigerant could last would recommend replacing system cycle unit ok
Went directly to outdoor a/c unit for second floor and found 240 volts at a/c unit . Went upstairs to furnace in the attic that was connected to the second floor unit and found there was no power to the furnace. Checked in back up generator panel and found the furnace for the second floor is not tied into the panel, but he the first floor furnace is for heating purposes. Homeowner is going to contact an electricatrion to put the second floor furnace in the back up generator panel. Made sure 5 amp fuse was also ok in second floor furnace. System should come back on once peco restores the power to the house.
Performed precision a/c and heat tune up on trane a/c and gas furnace. Also performed water heater inspection on 50 gallon natural gas Bradford white water heater. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked temperature split at indoor unit. Blew out condensate drain and tested condensation pump with water. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Performed combustion test on trane gas furnace. Blew out drain and pressure switch tubing. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked gas pressure. System is working fine at time of inspection.
Install an EZ Trap onto the Condensation Drain Line for the AC system. Adapt to existing drain line. Wire EZ Trap in series with the Condensation Pump to break the 24V control circuit of the system. Move ceiling panels to access and remove existing vinyl tubing. Install new Vinyl tubing for the Condensation Pump. If an indoor discharge is available run tubing to an indoor pipe. Current tubing appears to be running to the outside. 8/3/20. Installed new ez trap and ran new vinyl hose to drain behind system. Connected low voltage wiring to break the â€œrâ€ terminal inside furnace. Re connected to the condensation drain and ran system and checked for water leaks, no leaks. System is working fine at time of service.
Found system low on charge and was freezing up. Checked air filter at furnace was clean and blower was running. System is about 8 years old. Went outside to outdoor unit to check refrigerant pressures. 410a refrigerant pressures were 287/70 at 88 degrees. System is low on charge. Recommend to homeowner that we charge up system and add leak dye to try to locate where leak is. Homeowner agreed so added 2lbs 15oz of r-410a to the system. Pressures are now 342/128. And has a 20 degree split inside. Also injected leak dye and let homeowner know that we need to return in 30 days to see if we can locate the refrigerant leak. System is back up and working at this time but we do not know the longevity of the refrigerant charge.
Returned to site to install Start Capacitor with Relay. Turned power off to the system and installed new Start Capacitor and Starting Relay. Wired new Components into the system. Put system back in operation and tested. Measured voltage on Unit on start up and found no voltage drop during testing. Will monitor system and follow up to see how unit has been operating.
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed gas furnace and air conditioning system. Checked over entire system. Everything looks great and is running great at time of QA. Customer very happy with everything. Answered a couple questions the customer had. Inside temp split at time of QA was 51/71. Customer was very happy with install crew. They were very polite and respectful of their home.
Customer has three units two for first floor and one for second floor, fist floor is dived left and right units, right side unit is the one not working found system running upon arrival, check indoor unit and found unit iced up, unit is from 2003 went over options with customer and recommended the best option is to replaced system, system is running low on r22 and unit has a leak, customer choose to add refrigerant and defrost coil, added 3 lbs of r22 check super heat and sub cooling Levels ok supply air 63 return air 80, 260/80 with 18 sub cooling and 22 super heat, customer is aware that refrigerant can leak at any time can be days, weeks or months there is no guarantee how long refrigerant will last
Performed Precision Tune Up on the Main System and the Master Bedroom system. Replaced the High Efficiency 413 Air Filter and the 14x25x1 Air Filter. Cleaned drain lines and condensation pumps. Filled and tested condensation pumps. The master bedroom system the vinyl tubing is discolored and dirty. If a blockage occurs in the tubing the system will shut down and not operate. Measured refrigerant charge on both systems and measured Air Temperatures. The main system, checked settings on system. Increased CFM per ton for Cooling from 350 CFM to 400 CFM per ton for a 5 ton system. Closed Humidifier dampers on both systems. Would also recommend not setting the thermostats back as much and only setting the thermostats back 3-5 Degrees maximum.
Installed new amana 80% two stage natural gas furnace with two stage 3 ton amana a/c. Adapted to exsisting supply and return plenum. Screwed and tapped to secure. Flushed and adapted to 3/4 x 3/8 lineset. Adapted to low and high voltage wiring. Installed new condensation drain with ez-trap saftey. Removed all old equipment and trash from the premises. Tested operation for both heating and cooling. Showed homeowner how to operate thermostat, system is working fine at time of install.