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Excellent service, good advice
Chris was very pleasant and answered all of my questions and concerns. I appreciate what the staff and company have done for me. Thank you one and all.
Both Dan and Andrew were great to work with and very pleasant also. I am very pleased and happy to finally be able to enjoy air conditioning. Thank you DiBiase Heating & Cooling Company.
I’m continually impressed with your company and its staff
Great job and fantastic techs
Technician was knowledgeable and did a fantastic job
friendly and knowledgable
DiBiase actually has on call technicians! 24/7! Chris worked in the dark and serviced the AC on the spot, preventing serious trouble we didn’t know was lurking. All this from a call because the thermostat wasn’t working (battery contacts needed cleaning. Who knew?). Incredibly prompt and professional and a really nice guy as well. They’ve got our business for sure!
Found water inside auxiliary pan, customer stated system has Itâ€™s been shutting off on wet switchAnd can hear water dripping from the back of the air handler, inspect drain, draining ok, inspect coil pan, noticed 3/4 drain is connected to secondary auxiliary port, added 1 gallon of water into pan and noticed starting to drip behind air handler and back of coil. Removed 3/4 plug from primary drain and found clogged port, water is backing into pan, and dripping behind unit, connected drain line to primary port and plugged secondary port, flushed drain with 2 gallons of water did not see any dripping behind unit, told customer to keep an eye on unit it problem continues to happen, we need to pull out coil to inspect pan for cracks, we might have enough slack on line set we will try disconnect coil without cutting line set, two men will be needed.
Checked no cooling complaint, found thermostat set to 68 and reading 68. Set thermostat lower, checked temperature drop across coil ok. Checked refrigerant charge, found unit low on charge. Recommend topping off charge.
Found status light lit upon arrival, Replaced reme cell and check operation ok removed power cord couple times to check operation and light came on and stayed on all the times. No charge warranty
Reclaimed and removed old ac and coil. Removed old heater and installed a new amana gas furnace in existing location installed coil on top and modified supply metal as needed. Taped all seams. Installed a new amana ac unit in existing concrete slab on a plastic pad, new disconnect box and electrical wiring to unit. Brazed and leak checked with nitro and bubbles. Installed a customer supplied UV light. Modified gas piping and checked for leaks with bubbles. Installed a Aprilaire humidifier tested all equipment payment financed not collected.
Performed oil boilers tune up/cleaning, cleaned heat exchanger and flue pipe, replaced oil filter nozzle and adjust electrodes, test transformer ok pump and motor checked out ok, when changing filter noticed valve at the tank was leaking little bit, tightened packing and nut was able to hold, informed customer about valve leaking, customer is aware, check water pressure and test boiler summer winter design low water 160 high temp is set to 180 F 15 psi at 180 F test limit ok performed smoke and combustion test cycle unit noticed primary is from original install date 1998 if customer continues to have intermittent issue new primary will be needed emailed proposal for for replacement
System was running with good numbers when I arrived. Capacitors and electric good. 23F temp split measured between plenum/drop. 3F superheat. Checked filter. Completed AC service Form. Provided estimate to replace Piston and to replace Piston with a TXV. System is operating ok at the time of this service. Homeowners became plan members.
Checked Reme air purifier, found light out on the Reme. Checked for power, getting 27 volts. Plugged Reme in, bulb started and goes out. Need to replace Reme air purifier.
Replacement of condenser fan motor 1/4 up 850 rpm also during same visit adjust charge r22 220/65 with 20 sub cooling and 17 super heat, target super heat 16 degrees, supply air 57 return air 74.....compressor is noisy added ac renew treatment to tried to keep compressor noise down, cycle unit ok
Reclaimed and removed old ac and airhandler. Installed a new amana airhandler in existing location. Flushed copper lines and brazed and leak checked with nitro and bubbles. Installed a new condensate drain with an ez trap wired into system. Tested unit in heating and cooling.
Chiller outlet pipes are condensing/sweating esp at chiller pump and parts of piping that are not insulated. Condensate is piped to mechanical room with only an inch of 1 1/2â€ PVC protruding from wall. Wall fan/coil unit not draining, pan switch open. Replaced 16x25x2 filters with 16x25x1 filters. Air Temp splits measured @ air handler k. 57% RH @ return in basement. Penny approved estimate to pipe 1 1/2â€ PVC condensate to floor drain in mechanical room. Office to contact Belen Martinez-Gomez to schedule date/time to pipe condensate.
Performed Quality Assurance on American Standard AC system. Homeowner stated that she was having an issue with the AC because she wasnâ€™t sure how to set the Thermostat for the correct temperature. I tested system and measured a 18 Degree Temperature Split. Measured refrigerant charge and added 4 oz of 410-A to increase Subcooling from 3 Degrees to 7.5-8 Degrees. Completed Checklist Form in system and reviewed installation with homeowner. This Installation passed the QA Inspection.
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter ok. Cleaned condensate drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Reclaimed and removed old ac and coil. Removed heater and put to the side for parts. Flushed copper lines. Installed a new amana furnace over a new drain pan and feet. Installed a new amana coil and adapted to metal as needed. Made new return box and attached to ductwork. Taped all seems. Installed a new amana ac unit on a new plastic pad with rock underneath. New disconnect box and electrical wiring to unit. Tested unit in heating and cooling. Payment not collected.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced air filter. Cleaned eztrap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter ok. Cleaned eztrap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.