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Tech was professional & knowledgeable, found the exact same part from warehouse for $88.09, install less than an hour, charged $960 with coupon, how would you feel??? NOT HAPPY!!!
My heat pump system failed to operate on a Sunday. I phoned DiBiase, the tech arrived within a short time,found the problem and fixed it. I greatly appreciate the prompt service
Brian was very friendly,effeciant and knowledeable.
Kurt and his assistant showed up on time, and worked very fast to do the job as quoted to me. Is nice to have my heat back! Thanks Kurt!
Kurt and his assistant (Andy?) came to my house to troubleshoot our baseboard hotwater heating system. It's an old system, and overly complicated with four heating zones and extra plumbing a pipe-happy plumber must have installed, and was far from being straightforward. Both the guys worked and worked and worked, for close to 3 hrs, doing various things to pinpoint the issue. Think we got it figured out...thanks guys for your dedication and hard work!
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!
Installed new Daikin mini split system. Drilled hole to outside wall for lineset. Mounted backing plate and made lineset and electrical connections. Ran linehide down wall and installed cover. Ran new electrical circuit to breaker panel and wired in. Made lineset connections at outdoor unit. Pressure tested then evacuated down to 330 microns. Released charge and tested system. Everything working as it should. Relocated existing thermostat to other side of wall.
Install breaker for ductless in panel connected to generator. Will need universal double pole breaker for outdoor unit and twins to make room. One 15amp twin and one 15/20 twin. Stucco exterior Will need very tall extension ladder. Head will mount on exterior wall above the bed centered between speakers on wall Mount as close to bottom of crown molding as possible.
Customer has two heat pump systems ductless, one outdoor unit has two indoor units, other outdoor has four indoor units, performed ac tune up on both units, all electrical connections ok cleaned all filter flushed drain add tabs to drain pan, check supply and return air temp ok suction line temps ok fixed drain line for master bedroom no charge under labor warranty
Precision AC Tune up for Daikin 4 ton AC system. 19F temperature split. Filter ok. Cleaned drain at clean out. Indoor amps ok. Both coils are in good condition. Outdoor voltage/compressor amps ok. All electric motors and components ok. Refrigerant pressures/subcooling superheat ok. Verified thermostat operation/cycling of system. System is operating well at the time of this maintenance/tune up.
Performed precision heat tune up on amana heat pump system. Replaced Aprilaire 313 air filter ( homeowner provided). Checked all electrical conections and components. Found high and low pressure switch wires rubbed at outdoor heat pump tapped up and moved away from piping. Also found high voltage wiring at indoor unit was a little loose at single pint entry and wire had melted some cut off melteted end and made sure electrical conection was secured. Heat pump was locked out on a code 3 from dirty air filter. Homeowner will replace more often. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Heat pump is working fine at time of inspection.
Performed six month quality check, checked air filter ok. Tested water safetyâ€™s. Started gas furnace, tested low and high fire. Checked furnace setup. Started air conditioner, balanced refrigerant charge. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil. Annual maintenance plan $189.00 for furnace and air conditioner.
Heat pump not working properly, found outdoor unit on code 3 short cycling on high or low pressure switch, reset unit and check heat pump operation check supply and return air, noticed after minutes of running unit goes off on high head, new filter, and good split, removed refrigerant from unit to bring down high around 300 psig data from specifications, ran unit for more than 30 mins, re check supply and rerun air ok, 94/63 F outdoor temp 40 F ......320/100 410A pressures system is running within manufacture specifications
Installation of two automatic whole house humidifier for the two basement units. All duct, electrical and water connections, also automatic Humidistat check all water and electrical connections after installation no leaks test humidifiers and checked ok set both humidifiers to normal humidity levels,
Service call that a bird had flown into the outdoor unit and now the unit was making noises and then the outdoor unit did not seem to be running. Upon arrival found thermostat satisfied and system not running. Found the bird at the bottom of the outdoor unit. Pulled disconnect at unit and took apart fan cover to remove bird. Restored power and turned heat on to test. Unit began running and after several minutes of running went into Defrost. Within a few minutes of coming out of defrost unit would run and then go into another defrost cycled. After several cycles the unit went into a soft lockout and displayed the 5 - 6 Error/Fault Code which indicates too many defrost cycles within a set period. Spoke with technical support and tested defrost controls and sensors which all were within proper rating. Reset system and unit appeared to be low on charge. Added 2 lbs of Refrigerant to system. Added UV Leak Dye to system as well. After adding refrigerant, system was operating with no issues a
Look at current system to see how can humidity levels be increase, we can add two large humidifier attached to basement furnaces, we canâ€™t add humidifier to their system no water is available and also is not condition space, provided estimate to installed two whole house automatic humidifiers for the two units in the basement
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed gas furnace and air conditioning system. Checked over entire system. Venting proper, condensate drain proper and pitched correctly. No gas leaks and no condensate leaks. All wiring proper and secure. All penetrations sealed and no air leaks. System working great at time of QA
We recovered from old outdoor unit and disconnected the line set and wiring. Disconnected the inside unit from the duct board return and plenum, and removed it from the basement. Ran new line set and thermostat wire from the outdoor unit to the indoor unit and clamped it to the ceiling and zip tied it every 2 feet. Set new outdoor pad on rocks that were leveled out, we set the new unit on that with iso pads. Connected new line set to outdoor unit and brazed it in, installed new disconnect and low volt to outdoor unit. We put in 12 onceâ€™s of charge according to the line set length. Brazed in the new line set to new inside unit and also did high volt with new box, switch, and outlet. Connected new low volt wire and existing thermostat to new unit. Installed a new metal plenum to new unit and taped it sealed. Made new metal filter rack making it a 1x24x16 filter. Ran new section of black iron to existing gas line and added a new union. Installed new condensate pump and ran new vinyl to
Found downflow mobile home furnace inducer motor bearings are failing, recommended replacement of inducer motor. Also gave customer a round about figure to replace downflow propane gas furnace and a/c. Homeowner wanted to just replace inducer motor, called distributer and got a price to replace the inducer motor. Homeowner has a coupon for $30.00. On repair. Also performed combustion test. Called office and got part ordered. Furnace is working, but donâ€™t know how long inducer motor will hold out for. 1/3/21 . Installed inducer motor , secured electrical conections. Sealed joints with high temperature silicon electric. Cycled on propane furnace and checked amp draw of inducer motor. Inducer moter was drawling .6 amps and very quiet. Checked temperature rise of furnace was 38 degrees, and performed combustion test. Gas furnace is working fine at time of service.
Went downstairs in basement to system which is a propane gas furnace with a/c. Propane furnace is a 1996. Gave thermostat a call for heating and found inducer motor running, proving pressure switch but no hot surface igniter. Ohmed out hsi and found it only reading 3 ohms. ( this is the Honeywell smart valve set up). Took off burner panel and found heat exchanger in bad shape. Took off evaporator coil panel and found rivets have separated at clam style heat exchanger. When the rivets pop out heat exchanger can open up while metal is heated it can cause exahaust gases to escape into air duct. Recommended replacement of gas furnace and a/c . Set up appointment with office to have a comfort consultant come out and give a price on replacement. Shut off gas and power to system .
Customer was having issues this morning with furnace not keeping up with temperature, upon arrival found thermostat calling for heat set point to 72 room temp 65 p, check furnace operation and found error code 4, high limit open, furnace was cycling on and off based in code 4. Check filter and found filter dirty, replaced filter and unit stayed in room temp came up to 72 cycle and test furnace ok noticed high temp split, blower motor is already at high speed, performed gas heat check up all connections ok gas pressure cleaned sensor check supply and return temps, replaced filter