520 Trestle Place
Downingtown, PA 19335
(610) 873-1244

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for coatesville, pa

Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 68 customer reviews

Pleased customer

Kurt was professional, knowledgeable, and explained in detail the work being completed. Kurt is a true asset. He knows his stuff!

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Honestly

Thorough, fast and clean service.

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Right on yime

Nice guy, efficient, took his time to do the job right. No charge inspection and adjustments

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Great to see Young men with Great work ethic

Paul did an efficient and professional job from the start to the finish. He also answered our questions and left the home spotless.

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Excellant service

Luis was professional, pleasant, and answered questions

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Great

He was a good service technician

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Great Service

Very Polite, knowledgable

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Professional Service

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Great

Luis did a great job. He was prompt, courteous, and got the job done quickly. I would definitely call DiBiase for future service needs

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for coatesville, pa

Kurt M.

Kurt M. Job Checkin

Found no surge protection on ecm blower motor. Installed surge protector. Also performed precision heat tune up on amana heat pump system. Checked 16x20x1 air filter is clean. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Heat pump is working fine at time of service. Also homeowner mentioned that she runs out of hot water sometimes while using the shower. Water heater is a 50 gallon electric, recommended installing a tank booster to help with hot water issue. 1/23/20. Installed tank booster on water heater. Checked for leaks. Adjusted to 120 degrees coming out of kitchen faucet and turned up both heating Elements on water heater , had abou 18 amps drawling on each element.


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Performed gas heat tune check electrical low and high ok, replace filter, clean sensor check low and high stage ok combustion test check split ok cycle furnace ok noticed water heater is from 2007 emailed proposal to replace water heater


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Performed oil boiler tune up check electrical low an high, check and clean flue pipe also clean heat exchanger and chimney base, boiler was cover by soot, replace oil filter and pump strainer, also replace nozzle, test and check boiler operation adjust air to fuel mixture and performed smoke/combustion test check draft ok, would highly recommend having chimney inspected,,,,test limit ok set to 180 pressure reading 20


Paul W.

Paul W. Job Checkin

Performed 6 month heat inspection. Checked all electrical connections and components. Tested combustion and gas pressures. Checked pump operation. Tested humidifier operation. Checked temperature rise and found to be a little high. Adjusted dip switch settings and was able to get rise within specifications. Cycled thermostat. Cleaned flame sensor. System running well at time of service.


Christopher B.

Christopher B. Job Checkin

Returned to further diagnose Boiler which was opening the Relief Valve. Pressure on the Boiler was around 30 PSI and the Expansion Tank was full of water. Drained Expansion Tank and put system in operation testing Zone 1 of the Heating. Upon initial startup Water was at 10 PSI. After running for 30-40 Minutes the Relief Valve opened due to the water pressure increasing to above 30 PSI. Measured Supply Water Temperature to verify the Aquastat was working properly and not overheating. Inspected Shut Off Valves and did not find any water leaking through. Isolated the Domestic Hot Water Coil and Pressure held steady for over 20 minutes. After opening the Valves to the Domestic Coil the pressure began increasing. This indicates that there is a leak in the domestic Hot Water Coil causing the Pressure to increase. Also found multiple Valves leaking on the Hydronic System. Would recommend replacement of the Water Feeding Valve and converting the Expansion Tank to a Diaphragm style Tank. Includ


Christopher B.

Christopher B. Job Checkin

Service call that the relief valve was leaking water heavily. Upon arrival, hooked up Pressure Gauge to the boiler and found Pressure at 30-35 PSI and water was steadily coming out of the Relief Valve. Checked Expansion Tank and found expansion tank was full of water. Drained Expansion Tank of water and adjusted pressure on the Boiler to 15 PSI. After a relief Valve opens it may not fully close and continue to leak water due to not fully seating back in the closed position. If this occurs, then the relief Valve will need to be replaced again.


Kurt M.

Kurt M. Job Checkin

Performed quality assurance on newly installed amana system. Checked all electrical conections and components. Checked venting system. Adjusted natural gas manifold pressure to 3 w.c. And performed combustion test with the door closed (to simulate normal conditions) ran test for 25 minutes and readings were fine. Had a 48 degree temperature rise. System is working well.


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Support Existing Indoor coil and disconnect and remove old Furnace. Remove Auxiliary Drain Pan. Install new gas furnace in existing location in new Auxiliary Drain Pan on Furnace Feet. Complete connections of return and supply ducting. Build Custom Transition from Furnace to Indoor Coil as needed. Adapt 2" PVC venting for the Exhaust Piping, and reconnect gas line. Install new 4x4 Electrical Box with outlet and switch for unit and complete electrical connections. Install Wet Switch in Auxiliary Drain Pan and wire into system. Adapt Drain Piping to existing Condensation Pipe and ensure Condensation Drain line is clear. Install Honeywell T6 Pro Thermostat and setup Installer Programming. Setup programming on the Control Board for the system. Record all Equipment information to the System. Measure Gas Pressures and Combustion Levels. Complete Installation Checklist Form in system. Clean Work Area and review installation and Thermostat operation with the Homeowner


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Capped off propane gas line going to stove, customer is converting from gas to electric, gas line to stove has been capped off and can be converted back to gas in the future


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

No heat oil furnace, customer run out of oil, they just had oil delivered today, found air in the line, quoted for bleeding oil line, also inspect nozzle and electrodes AF11 burner ok test and cycle furnace couple times come on ok performed combustion test ok 20 ppm co


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

No heat, found system not running upon arrival, thermostat calling for heat but unit not running, found no 24 volts, and fuse open, replace fuse and check all wiring, found black low voltage auxiliary wire loose and some part missing the insulation, did not find any other visible exposed wire making short, replace fuse and test unit unit come on check outdoor and indoor operation ok amp draw on R circuit is .2 amps air filter should get replace soon


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Hydronic system malfunctioning, relief valve keeps opening, and also pressure/temperature not reading correctly test aqua stat, cuts out at 180 gage reading over 220...cycle boiler on aqua stat and is working ok, found expansion tank full of water the bladder has ruptured and that’s what is making the relief valve to open, also noticed the pressure reducing valve is leaking, also informed customer about situation, quoted for repairs,


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Claim 427476 Verbal authorization was given to proceed with repairs, 1-8-20 replaced new blower motor, pulls and new belt, check operation test and cycle couple times blower come on no issues, performed combustion test ok noticed furnace not draining correctly only reading -.01 you want at least -.025 informed customer about situation and recommend having chimney inspected by a chimney professional


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Performed gas heat tune up check electrical low and high ok replace air filter, clean sensor and check gas pressure ok check blower cap ok check split ok, when performing combustion test found high exhaust temperature, check performance and check inducer and see if it has orifice, those things are ok, talked to tech support and they recommended replacing heat exchanger, replacing flue pipe to 3 in and also new inducer due to cost of repairs would recommend replacing furnace


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Found that older belt driven blower motor after talking to homeowner would sometimes not start. They whould hit it with a hammer and get it going again. Belt is also worn. Motor belt and small pulley whould all need replaced . Furnace itself should be replaced due to age in the near future. Called American water resources, they gave a verbal agreement to proposed work.