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Paul, Luke and Zack were most efficient and were respectful of the fact that we are in a pandemic and wore masks when around us which we appreciated. DiBiase is most fortunate to have such capable employees, including Angie at the office.
Excellent job. Friendly and clean. Thanks
Timely, efficient, respectful and thorough. Would highly recommend.
Excelkent service and promot response to problem
Service call that the AC was not running. Upon arrival found outdoor unit buzzing but not turning on. Inspected Components and found a failed Dual Capacitor at the Outdoor Unit. Installed a new 35/5 Mfd Capacitor and put system in operation. Measured refrigerant charge and measured Amp readings of the Compressor. Measured Air Temperature readings and replaced 18x18x1 Air Filter. System is operating, but would recommend a Tune Up on both the AC system and Oil Furnace. Would recommend the Annual Maintenance Membership program.
Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new leveled pad, disconnect, whip, and Amana condenser. Flushed line set and brazed in with nitrogen. Installed new pan in attic and placed Amana gas furnace and evaporator coil in pan elevated on snow feet. Brazed in with nitrogen, pressure tested to 300 psi and evacuated down to 167 microns. Reconnected and sealed all ductwork. Installed new ez trap and tied condensate piping into existing drain. Installed wet switch and wired with ez trap to break r. Wired in low volt connections. Installed new switch and wired in. Reconnected gas line and leak checked. Installed new flu piping to reducer. Installed new thermostat. Tested system in heat and adjusted gas pressures and performed combustion test. Tested system in cool and adjusted charge. System running great at time of install.
Service call that the AC was not working for apartment 102. Upon arrival found thermostat calling for cooling but was not meeting temperature. Checked Blower Motor and Air Filter. Proceeded to the rooftop to further diagnose. On the roof, the Outdoor Fan was running but the compressor was not operating. Tested capacitor and inspected wiring. Found Compressor was out on Thermal Overload. With no way to cool the compressor down, turned breaker off for the Outdoor Unit. The compressor needs to cool down and the thermal overload needs to reset. The compressor going out on thermal overload may indicate that the compressor has locked up and failed. Cannot further diagnose the system with the compressor in overload. Would need to return to diagnose after the compressor has cooled down and reset.
Service call that the system was not cooling for Apartment 205. Upon arrival found indoor temperature at 82 Degrees. Turned system on to test. System was not producing Supply Air. Inspected Air Handler and found Indoor Coil completely frozen. Blower fan is running and Air Filter is clean. The ice on the coil is blocking the Air Flow. Cannot fully diagnose system until the coil is fully defrosted. Once system has defrosted we will return and further troubleshoot to determine the reason why the system is freezing. Returned to site to further diagnose. Inspected system and found blower wheel excessively dIrty. Checked fan speed settings and increased speed tapping from medium to high. Removed filter cover and inspected indoor coil. Checked Blower Motor Capacitor which was testing within rating. Proceeded to rooftop and measured refrigerant charge. After testing system would recommend replacement of the Blower Motor and Blower Wheel due to the poor and dirty condition of the motor and wh
Checked no cooling complaint, found safety switch at to of steps off. Turned on, checked refrigerant charge.
Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new leveled pad, disconnect, whip and Amana heat pump elevated on snow feet. Ran new line set and wire and brazed in with nitrogen. Reconnected high and low volt wires. Installed new return box and drop. Placed new Amana air handler on return box on top of iso pads. Fabricated supply plenum and sealed all ductwork. Installed heat kit and wired in high volt. Ran line set and brazed in with nitrogen. Pressure tested to 300 psi and evacuated down to 123 microns. Removed humidifier. wired in low volt connections. Installed new pump and ez trap and ran vinyl to discharge line. Wired safetyâ€™s in to break r. Tested system in heating and cooling and emergency heating. System running great at time of install.
Reclaimed and removed old heat pump and airhandler. Replaced it with a new American standard airhandler with a 15kw heat kit installed. Airhandler is on existing return box . We upgraded filter to a 413 he filter. New condensate line with a ez trap wired in. A new condensate pump with new vinyl tubing ran over to discharge pipe. Adapted all ductwork as needed and taped and sealed all duct. Ran new lineset under deck to a newa,Eric am standard heat pump on snow feet. A new plastic pad with rocks underneath. New disconnect box and electrical wiring to unit. Tested unit in all modes and unit is running good .
Found power off to unit, turned power on and thermostat came on
Checked no cooling complaint. Checked air filter ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge ok, checked temperature drop across coil. I see 2 supply trunks one square and one round, the round supplies a family room and the square supplies the rest of the house. Second floor was added and added duct to existing system. Closed damper to family room and increased air flow to rest of the house. Recommend installing a ductless unit for the family room
Performed heating maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned burners and flame sensor. Inspected heat exchanger. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started gas furnace, measured fuel pressures. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed attic heat pump system (Full cut in). Went over entire system. Looks great. No air leaks, wiring proper and secure. All vents putting out great air flow. System looks great. No leaks at condensate drain or line set. Customer said they will recommend us to everyone they know.
Checked no cooling complaint, set thermostat to cooling, blower runs but no cooling, found failed capacitor on compressor, replaced, started compressor, found compressor motor runs but does not pump. Compressor is failed. Recommend replacing system due to age r22 1.5 ton Trane heat pump
Checked no cooling complaint, started heat pump, blower runs but no outdoor, found low pressure switch open, checked refrigerant charge, found void of charge must be large leak somewhere in the system recommend replacing due to age and r22
Checked no cooling complaint, checked air filter, set thermostat to cooling, heat pump starts and runs in heat mode. Found o not connected to thermostat. Replaced thermostat back to old thermostat. Started heat pump, checked operation and system charge. Office to charge card.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned condensate trap. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil