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Nathan Pitner and Dan Swenson were courteous and professional. Did a great job in a very timely manner. Also loved the advance text message with the technicians photo. We will highly recommend DiBiase Heating and Cooling Company to our family and friends.
No Heat 80K BTU Propane Furnace with electronic spark ignition/smart valve. Cleared pilot tuning. Cleaned senor and ignitor of pilot assembly. Cycled furnace several times. Burners and heat exchanger ok. Electrical components ok. Combustion test:passed. Homeowner became plan member. Furnace is operating safely at design conditions at the time of this service.
Performed Six Month Heating Inspection on Amana Gas Furnace System. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter. Cleaned and tested Condensation Pump. Insulated the 2â€ PVC Exhaust Pipe on the exterior of the home. Performed Update on Control Board and put system into operation. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace and measured Supply and Return Air Temperatures.
Performed 6 month inspection on recently installed propane furnace, check all settings electrical connections low and high ok, replaced filter, test pump check supply and return airflow/temp ok check manifold pressure on 50% and 100% performed combustion test cycle furnace ok.
Performed quality assurance on recently installed furnace and ac, check all electrical wiring ok, check condensation drain, pump and ez trap ok, test pump, ran furnace and ac, check supply and rerun air for ac mode 74/55 made little repairs on drain kit for intake, nothing big. Check settings on cool cloud ok check outdoor unit, disconnect and whip going to unit ok overall installation look good, we keep unsung cable ties to strap txv bulb, also exhaust run about 10 feet after wall termination not sure if we have to insulate exhaust, will be management decision to insulate 2 in pvc exhaust
Removed existing 60k furnace. Installed new Amana furnace and air conditioner. Installed new return drop and adapted to existing supply. Installed new lineset and linehide. Installed new switch and outlet combo. Installed new ez trap condensate pump and vinyl tubing to indoor discharge. Pressure tested and evacetued below 500 microns. Tested system in heating and cooling. System working properly. System install went over with customer. Payment collected
Customer has open loop carrier geothermal, water coil is leaking check water piping in and out no sign of connections leaking, water is coming from water coil, new water coil is needed, we will contact customer for repairs.
Perform AC tuneup check electrical low and high voltage connections flush drain test pump check supply and return air temperature blower motor and cap OK check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures capacitor contactor cycle unit noticed capacitor is just below the rating inform customer and recommend a replacement customer will think about repairs also recommended adding whole house air filtration system reme halo and air cleaner emailed proposal for recommendations
Found after going over System checked refrigerant pressures, 410a pressures were 225/112 at 64 degrees. Also checked temperature split, found temperature split to be 20 degrees which is good. Also checked to see if any water damage was done to the duct work or system itself, found no water damage to duct work or equipment. After looking over System found that where we capped off the the return duct, there was still a few returns we had missed to include during installation. This is not helping the thermostat active temperature. Thermostat is set to 70 degrees and is only achieving 76 degrees. Now at this point there is de- humidifiers running and creating extra heat in the house to dry out from water leak. We will need to return and reconnect these returns with panning in order to create more draw on the first floor.
Duct cleaning by Mold and More. DiBiase subcontracted them for the service. Job was completed and Customer was satisfied with the service.
Performed Quality Assurance Inspection on Amana System. Reviewed installation with homeowner. Homeowner has several concerns that she thought were supposed to be part of the Installation (See notes in checklist). Need to speak to Tony and have him follow up with the customer. Addressed and corrected any issues that were found during the Inspection. Completed checklist form in system. Collected customers PPL information to process any eligible rebates.
New install today customer has no heat upon arrival found thermostat calling for heat and unit running, check unit previous history codes, no errors were showing on heat pump or furnace side, cycle unit couple times ok test condensation pump ok, went all settings on unit ok thermostat is set to one heat one cool, found no issues at this time, system is working
Reclaimed and removed old heat pump. Removed old coil and heater. Installed a new amana gas heater and converted it to propane. Installed a new amana coil on top of furnace. Modified supply ductwork as needed and taped and sealed all joints. Modified a piece of thermo pan to shut return bay and foamed it closed. Flushed lineset and brazed and leak checked with nitro and soapy bubbles. Installed new amana heatpump on a new plastic pad and snow feet underneath. New disconnect box and electrical wiring to unit. Installed a new condensate drain with an ez trap wired in. Ran new condensate vinyl tubing out where water softener drain into front of house. Installed a new filter rack in the unit with a 16/25/1 filter. Installed a t10 thermostat and tested unit in heating and heatpump mode.
Service call that the Gas Furnace was not working. Upon arrival spoke with customer about issue. Was informed that the system went through several attempts to start and run and then began to run later. Turned heat up to test operation. Found inducer motor running but pressure switch was not closing. Found a bees nest in Intake Vent Pipe at burner box screen. Removed and blew through Intake and Exhaust Piping and removed another bees nest from the intake pipe. Exhaust Vent pipe had a lot of water that had accumulated. Found the Exposed Exhaust Pipe is pitched the wrong way in one section. This could be causing water to pool and not drain properly which could also cause pressure switch problems in the future. Cycled system multiple times and measured pressure across the Switch. Pressure switch was rated for 1.4â€ WC and was testing at 1.7-1.8â€ WC upon completion. Burners on unit are very rusted. Also found Heat Exchanger was very rusted. Cleaned Flame Sensor and performed a combustion
Performed heating maintenance, checked air filter. Ok. Blew out condensate trap and drain. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started gas furnace, tested limit and safety switches. Maintenance fuel pressures. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Performed heating maintenance, checked air filter. Blew out condensate trap. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Cleaned burners and flame sensor, inspected heat exchanger. Started furnace, tested limit and safety switches, measured fuel pressures. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.