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Always great service from DiBiase! Luis was great!!
The service was excellent and the Service Tech did a great job.
I have used DiBiase before, when my previous HVAC vendor let me down because "it was inconvenient". My tenants texted me this morning, and the team was there by noon, and done in an hour. But best of all, they were courteous and communicated with the tenant. So, my tenant is impressed, and happy with a warm home. And that makes me happy.
Technicians very knowledgeable
Highly Recommend DiBiase for their service. Their technicians are very knowledgeable and professional. They prepared a proposal before the work was completed so we knew the cost upfront. The technicians were on time and friendly and we liked getting a text knowing they were on the way.
From the first phone call to DiBiase to the tech’s house call, this has been an excellent experience.
This is the first time that Brian, the technician serviced some rental property heaters, as part of the maintenance plan. There are no surprises, and a lot of communication before, during and after the appointment. DiBiase wants to know that the customer is satisfied....and I am!
Excellent technician, on time and very polite.
Reclaimed and removed old ac coil and heater . Replaced unit with a new American standard gas heater with American standard coil. And American standard heat pump. Heater is on a return box w a filter access. Ran new composer line and pressured tested. Installed new heat pump on new plastic pad with snow feet. New disconnect box and electrical wiring to unit. Tested unit in all modes unit is running great.
Installation of a new Amana AC and Amana Indoor Coil with TXV. Reclaimed existing refrigerant in old system and disconnected and removed AC and Coil. Mounted new Coil on Furnace and adapted to the Supply Plenum. Sealed connections between equipment and ductwork. Installed outdoor unit on new pad and leveled. Installed new Disconnect and whip to unit. Ran new refrigerant Lineset and thermostat wire from indoor to outdoor unit. Brazed connections and pressure tested system to 300 PSI of Nitrogen. Evacuated system to below 500 Microns. Installed an EZ Trap and new Condensation Pump for the system. Removed old vinyl tubing and ran new tubing over to drain pipe and sealed. Wired EZ Trap and Condensation Pump safety switcher in series to break the â€œRâ€ Terminal at the Board. Repiped Humidifier and Furnace Drain lines to the Condensation Pump. Put system in cooling mode and tested operation. Measured Refrigerant levels and added 8 oz of 410-A, charging by Superheat/Subcooling. Checked Air
Performed cooling maintenance, checked media air filter ok. Cleaned condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed two ac tune ups check electrical low and high ok check drain and test pump ok check both filters ok check temperature splits check outdoor units refrigerant pressures capacitor and contactor ok ok cleaned outdoor units ok cycle both unit
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok filter ok check drain and test pump ok check supply and rerun air 14 degree split check blower ok outdoor unit refrigerant pressures r22, target super is 12 and currently reading 26 informed customer about findings, also capacitor is running just below rating 35/5 reading 33/5 emailed proposal for repairs, due to age and condition would recommend getting a price on new system
No Ac, found system off upon arrival, set thermostat to call for ac, and check filter blower motor/cap, check temp split, supply 63 return 68, check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures r22 capacitor and contactor, found system to be low on r22, went over options with customer, repair cost can range between 2800 to 3400..recommended having a quote to replace system, will be better option since system is 12 years and high cost of repairs
Performed precision a/c tune up on Payne a/c system. Replaced 16x25x1 air filter. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain. Tested drain with water. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of inspection.
Checked no cooling on 4 ton first floor air conditioner. Found thermostat set to cooling and display cooling on. Checked air handler air filter ok, checked low voltage, found blown control fuse. Checked for shorts, found no grounds or shorts. Replaced fuse. Started air conditioner, and checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
No ac, customer replaced thermostat and now unit does not work, found bad transformer, getting high voltage with no output, quoted for repairs customer ok repairs, installed new high voltage step down transformer and also attached 3 amp fuse in series with r circuit cycle and test ac unit ok units needs new air filter, check outdoor unit pressures r22 capacitor and contactor, overall condition of unit is poor, unit is running very inefficient
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok replace air filter, flushed drain and test pump ok check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures high and low ok capacitor and contactor ok clean outdoor coil cycle unit ok
Removed refrigerant from unit and lines. Disconnected whip and pulled the switch for disconnect cut refrigerant lines in wall and pushed into wall. Cut lines going outside flush with wall and silicone overtop. Cleaned work area and went over with home owner.
No heat first floor unit found furnace locked out on pressure error, inspect exhaust and intake found water inside exhaust, two pipe supports have broken making pipe pitch away from unit creating slope away from furnace, re attached both intake and exhaust pipes so both are in slope towards furnace cycle furnace and performed combustion test ok
Performed peco heat pump tune up, check electrical low and high ok replace filter, check and test 7,5 kw back up ok, check split, check indoor coil and blower, both are dirty and should get clean, customer declined recommendations check outdoor unit noticed suction line has no insulation check capacitor and contactor ok pressures r22 look ok but should be checked again once coil and blower wheel get clean
Performed precision heat tune up on York gas furnace. 16x25x1 air filter is clean. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain, and cleaned flames sensor. Also checked gas pressure and performed combustion test. Gas furnace is working fine at time of service.
No heat, found unit off, wires W and R were disconnected at the control, check furnace operation and found broken inducer blower motor wheel, also found weak blower assist 75 mf reading 56 informed customer and quoted for repairs. I will check availability tomorrow mourning, we will get back to customer on whatâ€™s the time frame, 02/11/20 installed new inducer assembly and also new run blower capacitor, check furnace operation, run heater for 20 mins and performed combustion test, co looks ok, exhaust temps is little higher, check temp split on furnace supply 130 return 75, informed customer about situation, heat exchanger is not rejecting all the heat completely, internal parts wearing out, blower wheels is little dirty, cleaning blower wheel would help heat transfer better off exchanger