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Every encounter we have had with DiBiase has been a great experience. From Luis (tech who checked our old system) to Joe (owner) to the install team of Paul, Zach, and Luke, we have been very pleased with everyone and the services they provide. We are very happy brand new customers!
It is refreshing to have a service technician come to your house and know exactly what to do. Also, he was observing the proper CDC guidelines. We all felt very safe.
We decided to keep our appointment with Kurt as we were assured that appropriate physical distancing and sanitation efforts would be in place. We were very pleased. The maintenance work was done. Social distancing was kept. We’re all set until the end of the year.
Very good and explanatory
Great service , Kurt was friendly and knowledgeable. Will use again and recommend to anyone.
Found zone valve head pushed off of zone valve body. Tried to re install and found zone head not opening valve. Tried to open valve manually and could not get water to travel past zone valve. Isolated other loops and found that zone valve itself was not opening interernally. Need to replace zone valve with pro- press valve. Boiler would need to be drained down enough to do this. Also found boiler has old style triangle shaped fill. Fill does operate but can not fast fill with this valve. Gave homeowner quotes to perform work.
Performed propane gas heater tune up, check electrical low and high ok replaced both filters and service humidifier, clean sensor and check burners, found bird next on exhaust on flue termination, performed combustion test cycle furnace ok
Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new leveled pad, disconnect, whip, line-set, and Trane 2 stage heat pump. Brazed lineset in with nitrogen. Installed new Aprilaire media filter and placed new Trane air handler on top. Fabricated plenum and sealed all ductwork. Brazed in line-set and filter drier with nitrogen and pressure tested to 300 psi then evacuated down to 130 microns. Installed new ez trap and condensate pump. Ran new vinyl tubing to discharge. Installed new supply drop and reme. Installed new Honeywell t10 WiFi thermostat and programmed To system. Connected customers phone. Tested system in cool and adjusted refrigerant charge. Tested heating and emergency heat. Tested pump. System working great at time of install.
Insulate supply plenum with insulation, to prevent any condensation also insulate ez trap
When I arrived went downstairs in basement to look at older oil furnace and found copper oil fill and vent lines with duct tape holding to keep them from leaking. Found no oil in the tanks to be able to run oil furnace. Found oil furnace is a 1996. Would not be able to check anything until oil is in tanks to test furnace. After talking to sister in law she wanted to just get the fan running on the oil furnace. Turned thermostat to fan on and it did not come on. Put system into cooling mode and shut off a/c breaker to just get fan to come on. Found thermostat shutting off randomly. Thermostat is old and is not working correctly. Even after vent and fill pipes would be replaced, oil furnace may still not be any good. Recommend replacing system. Heat pump had already had refrigerant added to it and is leaking.
Performed two propane gas furnaces check ups, check electrical low and high ok replaced filters, cleaned flame sensor and check burners ok check manifold pressure combustion test on both furnaces ok cycle units ok
Performed precision heat tune up on 2 amana gas furnaces, and 1 amana heat pump. Replaced 16x20x1 air filter. And replaced 2 Aprilaire 413 air filters. Checked all electrical conections and components. After talking to homeowner, he had to reset wet switch a few times this summer. Found suction line needed a small amount of insulation before going into air handler and was possibly dripping on switch. Wrapped foam tape around line. Also air filter was pretty dirty also. Performed combustion test on both gas furnace s. Cleaned flame sensors and blew out condensate drains. All systems are working fine at time of inspection.
No ac, customer has been resetting breaker, check outdoor operation and found code 04 on history, locked rotor, could be that at some periods of time there is voltage dropped, and board sees that, installed potential relay 5-2-1 terminals and also start capacitor to over come voltage issues, also will provide better starting torque, no charge
Performed precision a/c tune up on Lennox a/c system. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Found water in pan under furnace. Pulled coil door off and found drain draining slowly. Blew out condensate drain with co2 gun and tested with water. Drain is now draining properly. Checked temperature split at indoor unit. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of service. Condenser is un- level. Homeowner said he was going to take care of that.
Performed 6 month inspection, check electrical low and high ok updated software on system, ac unit was not working, tripped on wet switch, reset switch, check drain, airflow and refrigerant charge ok, noticed outdoor unit registering a low pressure switch fault, check air filter, found to be dirty, customer supplied new filter, outdoor unit ok, found lots of condensation underneath plenum where it meets air handler, we need to come back to wrapped air handler plenum, office will contact customer for return visit
Geothermal unit not cooling properly, check operation only blower runs no compressor found open circuit on start winding, quoted for new in line run capacitor customer ok repairs after repairs check system operation supply and return temp supply 50 return 71 check water pressure in 38 out 32 temps on water in and out 8 degrees cycle unit ok check air filter ok would recommend system tune up
Performed heating maintenance, serviced humidifier. Started and checked operation. Replaced media filter. Tested electric back up heaters.. checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started heat pump, tested defrost cycle. Checked refrigerant charge in cooling mode. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil.
No ac. Found blower running with no codes, outdoor unit registering 04 code, check capacitor and all wiring, compressor terminals and windings ok, did not see any possible issues reset unit and unit came on with no issues check amp draw on voltage 245 amps 8 cycle unit ok 410 pressures ok we need to follow up with customer to schedule heat tune for next month
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed heat pump system. Checked over entire system. System working great at time of QA
Returned to replace zone control board. Shut off power. Removed failing zone control board. Wired new board. Powered up. Set up zone board. Tested all 3 zones. Removed temporary jumper to g for fan operation.