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Fast and great service! Arrived right away and resolved issue without hesitation!
He was extremely thorough and was very polite. He is neat with his work
Luis was on time, very professional and knowledgeable. He explained everything clearly and answered all my questions. I definitely would recommend Dibiase for both the front office service and response (they got a technician out within one day) as well the professionalism and knowledge of the technician Luis.
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!
pulled charge back into condenser unit. Removed old evaporator coil. Installed new evaporator coil and adapted to condensation piping and exahaust piping. Brazed in listen and pressure tested at 340 psi nitrogen. No leaks found. Vacuumed System down to 380 microns. Tested condensation drain with water. Checked temperature split at indoor unit had a 19 degree temperature split. R 410a pressures were 322/117 with 7 subcooling. Systemz
Performed Quality Assurance on Amana Gas Furnace/AC system. Reviewed installation with homeowner. Completed checklist form in system. Found Air Filter which we installed during the Installation was dirty and black. Replaced the 16x25x1 Air Filter. Showed Homeowner the Filter and he said he has a roommate who smokes in her room. He is going to talk to her about smoking outside instead. Also spoke to homeowner about the registration of the equipment. He said he does not have any buyers yet for the home, so to register under his name/information. This Install passed the QA Inspection. This was a very nice installation and everything looked nice. Did not have to correct any issues. This is the way the Installs are supposed to be!!
New Maintenance Plan 2021-2022.......performed ac tune up on two units, attic and basement unit check both filters, attic unit has no easy trap only wet switch, indoor coil has sign of leaks, major rust on coils, added water on primary and seen not issues draining, check temp split 16 degree split, check refrigerant pressures system is low on refrigerant sub cooling is 3 degrees name plate is 14, second floor needs refrigerant, on first floor found indoor coil leaking also needs refrigerant sub cooling is 5 temp split btu units are from 2010 would recommended replacement of systems bill to come out tomorrow for system replacement options
Performed two ac check ups, check electrical low and high voltage ok replaced filters, flushed rain check supply and return temp, 20 degree on both units, added drain to second floor unit, check refrigerant pressures capacitor and contactor ok cleaned both outdoor coils with water cyle both units ok also repaired exhaust and intake pvc pipes for second floor furnace
Nest Thermostat not working properly, check power to thermostat (base) getting 24 volts jumper r,y,g,and o heat pump started, check operation only running at 10 degree delta, check refrigerant pressures r22, unit is low on refrigerant, unit is from 1995 would recommend system replacement, home comfort consultant is set up for tomorrow 2 to 4 pm for new heat pump
Performed AC tuneup on a Lennox AC unit check filter OK check capacitor and blower motor checked drain did not see any access to flush drain inform customer checked supply and return temperature only getting 14Â° delta split check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures capacitor contactor found system to be low on refrigerant 30 superheat and 2 sub cooling 280/100 410A quoted to add refrigerant and dye customer only approved adding refrigerant, added 4 lbs of 410 after adding refrigerant check pressures and temp supply/return 72/54 with 13 super heat and 7 sub cooling cycle unit ok
Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new leveled pad, disconnect, whip, and Amana condenser. Brazed in line set with nitrogen. Connected high volt and low volt connections and sealed holes. Installed new Amana gas furnace and evaporator coil and brazed in line set with nitrogen. Pressure tested to 300 and evacuated down to 115 microns. Installed new return , plenum, and sealed all connections. Installed new switch and receptacle and wired in high volt. Installed new ez trap and condensate pump and wired safetyâ€™s to break r. Reconnected gas line and leak checked. Installed new vinyl to discharge. Reconnected venting. Reinstalled existing humidifier. Tested system in heat and adjusted gas pressures and performed combustion test. Tested system in cool and adjusted refrigerant charge. Tested condensate pump. System working great at time of install.
Found first floor a/c system locked out on a 04 code at outdoor unit. ( locked roter code). When this issue occurs the compressor is not starting fast enough and the board locks out the outdoor unit. Installed a ks1 hard start kit to assist the compressor on start up. Checked 410 a pressures at 86 degrees. Pressures were 299/124 with 9.6 degrees subcooling. Also turned on dehumidification in cool cloud. Also added inline drain kit for intake pipe. A/c system is working fine at time of service.
Replaced OD fan motor. Warranty replacement. Replaced OD capacitor. Tested system operation.
Customer experience some temperature fluctuations yesterday, thermostat would not go down past 77 F, customer usually keeps thermostat set to 70 or 68F. Check and wet over both systems first and second floor, systems are working just fine, temp split is 22 on both units, 69/47 F. Check outdoor units refrigerant pressures fist and second stage cooling ok cleaned both outdoor coils, both systems are working ok, customer only sees this temperature fluctuations when outdoor temp is over 95 degrees, and usually is between 1 pm to 7 pm, explained to customer that this could happen when outdoor temps are over 95 F. During todayâ€™s visit installed intake drain kit for first floor unit.
Pressures when I started system: 45 LO 150HI with 57 SH .3 SC. Charged system 3 pounds 3 oz. RS44B while monitoring for Target subcooling 10Â°. Final Subcool 9.7Â° Final Superheat 17.2Â°. TD 16.2Â°F with 62.8Â°F supply temp and 56% Relative humidity at return.. Except I n the event of a very serious leak, system will perform at design conditions until the time of install 7/15/21. Cleaned trap at condensate. Added condensate tabs. Tested pump.
Performed Quality Assurance on 2 Amana Heat Pump/Air Handler systems. Reviewed installations with homeowner. Checked the Air Flow noise issue for the Second Floor System. Unit is a 2-Ton system and has 3- 6â€ Runs on it. The Register in the Master Bedroom has a lot of noise coming from it. No Dampers are present on the Ducts for the Second Floor. Lowered the Airflow Trim by 10% on the system. Dan is going to perform Duct Work Calculations, and assess the Heat Kits/Panel Sizing and review with Joe before following up the customer.
Performed leak search on Lennox a/c system. Found uv dye at indoor evaporator coil. System is still cooling at this point with a 23 degree split. Called Lennox for availability on indoor coil. Coil is under warranty until September 1st 2021.
Found capacitor blown and contactor pitted and burnt, recommended replacement . Replaced 45/7.5 capacitor and 40 amp contactor. Checked 410a refrigerant pressures at 74 degrees. Pressures were 297/131 with 13 degrees subcooling. Checked temperature split at indoor unit. Temperature split was 21 degrees. System is working fine at time of service. Model and serial numbers for outdoor a/c are worn off and sunfaded.
Found system completely frozen up. Also found water had leaked all down in through the furnace. Only concern with that is it could burn up the blower motor or control board. System is more than likely low on r-22 provided an estimate to add complete charge to a 3 1/2 ton a/c. Also recommended to homeowner to replace the system. Called office to set up appointment to have sales come out to give a price on replacement.