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Chris is great takes his time,i trust him explicitly
Chris has been servicing out heater and air condition for a few years. We bought both units from DiBase when we moved into our home.We could not give anything but positive reviews about Chris and look forward to seeing him. The person that scheduled our appointment was so professional and pleasant. We recommend them whenever we can.
Always excellent service! Thank you!
Chris is terrific. Always explains everything.
Chris and Tom are very professional and were very helpful.,
Service call for that the Air Conditioner was not Cooling the Home and the Outdoor Unit Fan was not spinning. Arrived onsite and spoke with Homeowner about issue. Turned System to Cooling to test Operation. Found that the Compressor was running but the Condenser Fan Motor had failed and was seized. Shut power off to the system and removed the failed Fan Motor. Installed a new 208-230V 825 RPM Rescue Motor with a new Dual 50/7.5 Mfd Capacitor for the System. Made all wiring connections. Reassembled Condenser and put into operation. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. Measured Amp Draw on the Fan Motor at 1.8 Amps, with the Motor rated for 1.9 Amps. Took Supply and Return Air Temperatures on the system. System is operating to standards at this time. Due to age and overall condition of the system, recommend begin planning/saving for replacement of the Gas Furnace/AC System.
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on York System. Replaced 14x25x1 Air Filter. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Found the Dual Capacitor on the Outdoor Unit was very Rust and in poor condition. Also found Contactor very pitted and Arc marks were present around Contactor Pads. When System was operating the Coil on the Contactor was buzzing loudly indicating that it was worn and beginning to fail. Also found Vinyl Tubing for the Condensation Pump was very dirty and appeared clogged in multiple areas. Replaced the 50/5 Dual Capacitor and Single Pole Contactor on the Outdoor Unit. Cut Vinyl Tubing inside and ran new Vinyl Tubing to the Sump Pump in the Basement. Tested operation of Pump to ensure it was discharging properly. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. Refrigerant levels were to standards at this time. Please note that the Water Heater is about 13 Years old. Due to age, recommend replacement of the 50 Gallon Atmospheric Water Heater Heater before failu
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on Trane System. Checked 14x24x1 Air Filter. Filter was clean and in good condition. Cleaned Condensation Drain Pump and Drain Line. Filled Pump and tested operation. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. Refrigerant levels were to standards at this time. Refrigerant and Leak Dye had been added to the system on a prior AC Tune Up. Did not search for leak due to Refrigerant levels being normal.
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on System. Checked 14x25x1 Air Filter. Filter was clean and in good condition. Cleaned Condensation Drain Pump and Drain Line. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. Refrigerant Pressures are at normal levels but the Superheat is higher and the Sub-cooling is lower. While the system is cooling with a 20 Degree Temperature Differential, the Sub-cooling/Superheat Levels could indicate that the system is slightly low on Refrigerant. The Outdoor Unit is in poor condition and is not running as efficiently. There is damage along the bottom fins of the coil on the Outdoor Unit. Recommend begin planning/saving for replacement of system.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on System. The 14x25x1 Air Filter was clean and in good condition. Cleaned Condensation Drain Pipe and Pump. Filled and tested operation of Pump. Turned Humidifier off at the Humidistat Control and Closed Damper. Inspected Electrical Components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. Sub-cooling Levels were slightly below standard but was consistent with prior year numbers. Added 4oz of 410-A Refrigerant to increase Sub-cooling to recommended level. System is operating to standards at this time.
Service call that the Heat for the Second Floor was not working. Arrived onsite and spoke with Homeowner about issue. Found Second Floor Thermostat was calling for Heat. Proceeded to the Furnace in the Attic to troubleshoot. Furnace was displaying a 3 Flash Code indicating a Pressure Switch issue. Cycled Furnace and found that the Inducer Motor was not turning on. Tested Voltage, and the Inducer Motor was not receiving Voltage to turn on. The Control Board was not sending the correct Voltage and the was immediately locking out in a Pressure Switch Error Code upon start up. The Control Board is failing and needs to be replaced. There may be further issues with the Furnace that cannot be determined at this time until the Control Board is replaced. We will order the Control Board in the morning and follow up to schedule the repair based upon availability of the Board. Returned to replace Control Board. Removed faulty Board and installed new Control Board. Rewired Control Board into sy
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Trane Gas Fired Furnace. Checked High Efficiency 413 Air Filter. Homeowner ordered new Filters and will replace when they arrive. Humidifier was not serviced during this visit as per Homeowner. Inspected Electrical Components on Furnace. Removed Burners to inspect and clean. Burners and Heat Exchanger are in good condition. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace and measured the High Stage Heat Gas Pressure. Recommend installing an ECM Motor Surge Protector for the Blower Motor. The ECM Motors and their Control Modules are very sensitive to Power Surges/Spikes. If damaged during a Power Spike they can be expensive to replace. The One Time Surge Protector can help protect the Motor in such an event.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Gas Fired York Furnace. Replaced 14x25x1 Air Filter. Inspected Electrical Components on Furnace. Inspected Burners and Heat Exchanger. Both are free of visible rust and corrosion. The Hot Surface Ignitor is operating, but when tested electrically, it is measuring at the Higher end of its rating. A preventative measure would be to replace the Ignitor before it fails. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace while measuring Outlet Gas Pressure. Gas Pressure was set below rating at 2.4" WC. Adjusted Gas Pressure up to 3.0" WC to improve Combustion Levels. Amp readings on the Draft Inducer Motor were slightly above its rating. This could be a sign that the Inducer Motor is beginning to wear and is working harder to run. A recommended Air Quality Enhancement for this system would be to install a Whole House ByPass Humidifier. Benefits of Humidifiers are they introduce moisture into the Dry Air that is a result of the Furnace. This improves Air Qualit
Performed Precision Heat Tune Up on Heat Pump System. Checked 22x22x1 Air Filter. Filter was clean and in good Condition. Inspected Electrical Components on the Indoor and Outdoor Units. Found Single Pole Capacitor on Outdoor Unit is pitted and has excessive ash around the Pads. Due to the Condition of the Contactor, recommendation would be to replace Contactor. Tested Operation of system with Auxilary Heat and with the Heat Pump. Measured Refrigerant levels of system. Forced system into Defrost to ensure it was switching over properly. Homeowner informed me that they are getting notifications from PECO about high energy consumption. Air Handler is from 1989 and the Outdoor Unit is from 1999. The Air Handler and the Outdoor Unit are different Manufacturers as well. The system is responding and operating as it should. However, due to the age, it is operating very ineffienctly which correlates to increased Energy Consumption. The system is running, but is working harder and longer to d
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Gas Fired Amana Furnace. Air Filter was extremely dirty. Installed a new 413 High Efficiency Filter. Inspected a Electrical Components on Furnace. Performed a Combustion Analysis on Furnace while measuring Gas Pressure. System was in Low Stage Heating while testing. Increased Gas Pressure to 2.2" WC for Low Stage to improve combustion readings. System is operating to standards. Recommend installing an ECM Motor Surge Protector for the Blower Motor. This help protect the Motor in the Event of a Power Surge/Spike which can damamge the motors and be expensive to repair/replace. Also recommend enrollment in the Service Membership Program which includes two Tune Ups per year as well as discounts on parts, repairs, and diagnostic charges.
Performed Precision Heat Tune Up on the Three Gas Furnace Systems for the Home. Checked and replaced the Air Filters for the 1st Floor Main System and the 2nd Floor System. The Air Filter for the addition of the 1st Floor was in good condition. The Heat Exchangers and Burners for the two First Floor Systems are heavily rusted. The Burners and Heat Exchanger for the Second Floor Unit were much cleaner with very little rust present. While testing the Second Floor Unit, found the system was working intermittently and cycling off without lighting. After troubleshooting system, found the Pressure Switch was not closing. Checked Venting to ensure that it was not blocked. Installed a new Universal Pressure Switch and Calibrated to 1.15" WC. Performed Combustion Analysis on all Systems. Combustion Levels were to standards for all systems. While all systems are now in operation, due to age and condition recommend begin planning for replacement. The Heat Exchangers on the two First Floor Syste
Service call that the Heat for the Second Floor System was not working. Arrived onsite and spoke with Homeowners about issue. Found Thermostat set to 74 Heat and the Indoor Temperature was 68. Proceeded to the Attic to diagnose. Found that the Control Board was not receiving the Voltage signal to turn the Heat On. Tested Control Board and Thermostat and determined that the Thermostats internal contacts had failed. Installed a new Honeywell T6 Pro Thermostat. Programmed Thermostat and tested operation of system. Reviewed the Thermostat programming and use with the Homeowners.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Gas Fired Trane Furnace. Checked Air Filter. Air Filter was clean and in good condition. Removed Burners to clean and inspect Heat Exchanger. Burners are in very good condition and the Heat Exchanger has no visible signs of rust. Performed a Combustion Analysis Test on Furnace while measuring Gas Pressuring and Air Temperatures. Furnace is in good condition and is operating to standards.
Performed Precision Heat Tune Up on Gas Fired Furnace. Checked 14x24x1 Air Filter. Air Filter was clean and did not need to be changed. Serviced and tested Humidifier. Found the Valve was clogged on the Humidifier which was not allowing water to flow. Cleaned the Valve and tested operation of Humidifier. Humidistat Control is set to 35% and all Dampers are open. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace and measured Gas Pressure while Furnace was in High Stage. The Flood stop Control for the Water Heater had fallen and disconnected from the Controller. Removed the Controller from the Wall and remounted Floodstop onto the Return Duct Work on the system. Connected plug into the Outlet at the Unit. Please note that if the Breaker is turned off for the Furnace the Floodstop will loose power.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on York Gas Fired Furnace. Checked Air Filter. Replaced 14x25x1 Air Filter. Recommend checking Air Filter every 30-60 Days and replacing as necessary. While testing Electrical Components, found the Blower Capacitor was measuring below its recommended rating. Installed a new 10 Mfd Capacitor and tested operation. Inspected Heat Exchanger and Burner Assembly. Performed Combustion Analysis on Furnace while measuring Manifold Gas Pressure. Combustion Readings were all to standard. While onsite inspected Hot Water Heater which has a Manufacturer Date of April 2006. Average life of residential Water Heaters are between 10-12 Years. Due to the Water Heater being 12 Years old, recommendation is for replacement before any issues arise. Thank You for being part of the Service Membership Program. Today was the First Tune Up on your new Service Plan. We will call you in the Spring/Summer to schedule your Air Conditioning Tune Up.