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

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 194 customer reviews

Great installation top quality work

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Great Service

Kurt Manges did a great job! Very happy with the service provided!

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Prompt and courteous

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Great service

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Great, fast service

Brian was very helpful in fixing our heating unit. Luckily we already owned the part needing to be replaced and he was able to do so.

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Good service. Reputable company

Great experience. The DiBiase team was professional and efficient. Hopefully the AC tuneup will make it run smoothly for a while. Thanks!

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Excellent and Personable

Paul was a pleasure to work with. He was punctual, informative, and efficient. He certainly went above and beyond to educate me and review all aspects of our heating unit. If I’m able to request Paul in the future, I certainly will. Thanks Paul.

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Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Performed heat pump inspection check electrical low and high ok test 10 kw ok, replace filter, check split, replaced electric heat contactor and also clean blower wheel, customer ok repairs, pull the blower wheel and clean it exterior to air handler, also check outdoor unit capacitor and contactor ok units is running low on refrigerant would recommend doing a electronic leak search emailed proposal to do leak search, unit currently not working correctly since is low on refrigerant


Paul W.

Paul W. Job Checkin

Reclaimed and removed old ac unit . Removed old oil furnace . Installed a new thermo pride oil furnace with an American standard coil on top with a transition between the furnace and coil. Ran new copper lines from inside coil to new American standard ac unit . Brazed and leak checked with 300 psi of nitro and spray bubbles. Turned the furnace around to make it easier to service. Ran new condensate drain with a ez trap wired in. A new pump was installed and new vinyl tubing ran over to discharge pipe. Installed a new return drop with a Aprilaire 413 HE filter. Ran a new electrical box with a switch and outlet. Ac unit is on a new plastic pad with rocks underneath. A new disconnect box and electrical whip to unit were installed. Unit was tested and is running well.


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Performed quality assurance on Weil McLain boiler. Gave boiler a call for heat from the thermostat. Performed combustion test. Examined all wiring, wiring is clean and neat. Checked for any water or oil leaks. Boiler is working well at time of inspection. Also performed hardness test on boiler. Hardness is only 3 grains hard. Talked to homeowner about doing a bacteria test , told them we would have to send the water to a lab to test for bacteria, collected a sample will follow up with the homeowner.


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Customer has a Mitsubishi ductless system, sometimes makes noise, check system, set to highest temp on controller and check operation check gas line temp, reading 145 based on numbers system is working in good condition did not see any issues


Christopher B.

Christopher B. Job Checkin

Service call that the Blower Fan was not turning off. Spoke with homeowner about issue and found Blower Fan was continuously running with the Fan mode set in Auto. Tested Equipment Module and thermostat. Found Thermostat fan relay was keeping the Fan running. Installed a new T6 Wifi Thermostat and rewired the Module to connect the Thermostat wiring directly to the Furnace Control Board. Programmed thermostat and tested operation. Cycled fan and tested heating mode. Homeowner is going to setup Wifi and the App.


Paul W.

Paul W. Job Checkin

Ripped out old air handler and replaced it with a new AMERICAN standard air handler. On existing return box and adapted supply duct work as needed. Taped and sealed all duct connections. Installed a new HE filter on return. Ran a new condensate drain with a new ez trap wired in to unit. A new condensate pump with new vinyl tubing ran to discharge pipe. Reconnected high voltage wiring for heat kit. Ran new copper lines from indoor unit to a new American standard heat pump. Brazed and leak checked all joints with 300 psi of nitrogen and soapy bubbles. Let vacuum down to 130 microns . Heat pump is in a new plastic pad with rocks underneath and on pump up feet. New disconnect box and whip to unit. Caulked and sealed all penetration into house. Tested unit and it is running good . Drained and removed old hot water and Installed a new Bradford white electric hot water heater. Tested and set temp to 120degrees inspected for leaks and put a new shut off on. Put hot water heater in a drain pa


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Splice and run about 10 feet of thermostat wire from splice to control board on all three roof top units. Made repairs on all three roof tops units run about 10 feet of thermostat wire, made connections, all connections look ok,


Kurt M.

Kurt M. Job Checkin

Found oil furnace rumbles as it is running. Found very worn down electrodes. Also found burner coupler is worn. Then also found transformer not sitting well on the electrodes. Adjusted air band and did a combustion test. Recommend replacing entire system now . The furnace is rumbling and could create a soot blow back. Homeowner will talk to bill about replacement.


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Replace all filters, on split units and also on roof tops package units, during filter replacement found thermostat wire on roof tops package units the insulation of wire coming apart/splitting would recommend replace all exposed thermostat wire splice it right flush to the roof termination and to inside unit emailed proposal for all three packaged units


Paul W.

Paul W. Job Checkin

Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Patched ductwork. Disconnected existing wires from panel and taped. Installed new Amana air handler and heat pump. Installed new drip pan. Connected existing supply and return runs to new trunk and return box. Installed April aire he filter. Cut in bigger return grill. Insulated all duct in attic. Ran new lineset in linehide with new low and high volt wiring as well as condensate drain. Supported new drain to maintain pitch. Brazed in both units with nitrogen and pressure tested to 300 psi, then evacuated down to 120 microns. Installed new breakers and wired new circuits into panel. Installed new thermostat. Powered up system and updated software. Tested and charged unit to spec. System working great at time of install. Performed complimentary water test. Found water was 12 grains hard.


Kurt M.

Kurt M. Job Checkin

Found air handler running in basement but not outside heat pump. Found 30amp breaker tripped in basement. Went to re-set breaker and it instantly tripped again. Put gauges on system and there was 132 lbs 410a standing pressure. Checked legs of compressor power wires to ground. Found that compressor has locked up. Explained to homeowner the situation. Told her that replacing the compressor would not be worth it on a 2006 heat pump. Homeowner did mention to possibly switch over to a gas furnace and a/c , but does not currently have gas in the home. Called and set up appointment with the office for this evening.


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Performed gas heat tune up check electrical low and high ok clean flame sensor and check burners ok gas pressure replace air filter, test furnace for 45 mins did not see any issues with ignition, customer had problem with furnace yesterday he reset it and worked ok, did not see any error codes on board, found very dirty sensor lot of build up, that could off shut the system off on flame lost, cycle furnace performed combustion test ok noticed blower wheel is super dirty recommend having blower wheel removed and to be clean, also exhaust pipe to be repaired to stop leak, quoted for repairs Repair exhaust pipe leak and also remove blower wheel and clean it.


Paul W.

Paul W. Job Checkin

Customer concern: no heat Upon arrival found boiler locked out. Reset switch and nothing happened until it locked out again. Pulled primary control cover and found good supply voltage but no output voltage. Determined to be bad primary control. Replaced primary control and tested boiler operation. Boiler operating as it should at time of service. Recommended water heater replacement due to age and small leak in pipe.


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Water leak coming from return duct, found out customer has steam humidifier and nozzle is not properly installed in the upstream position to airflow, could be getting condensation into return since supply is above the return, per customer disconnect humidifier and if customer needs humidity he would be considering getting a bypass 600, during same visit performed furnace check up check electrical low and high voltage ok clean sensor and check burners ok performed combustion test cycle furnace ok check blower cap ok cap split ok, customer sign up for service plan,


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Removed both first floor and second floor blower motors and clean wheel and/compartment also clean bottom of secondary heat exchanger, we will repair gas leak in the line that goes from meter to generator, 2-6-20 repaired gas leak on the outside of the house, recheck all outside gas piping and found no other leaks, also performed cleaning on both furnaces blower wheels/housing