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I would recommend Di Bias heating to every one. Thank for getting out quick to fix the problem.
This heating co and their employees are the best
DiBiase worked with me to upgrade my air handler to heat better. While that was going on they also came to the rescue to help my Mother in Law whose heater had to be replaced all of the sudden. They dropped everything to get her system set up on a Saturday. They also thoroughly documented everything and sent pictures and followed up. What a great business and I am glad to not only use them for my home but also for my family.
I would recommend your company for to anyone
I forget the name but he was excellent. I would highly recommend your company
Checked no cooling complaint, found furnace breaker tripped, found a shorted power wire. Found that the stairway safety switch not wired correctly at the furnace 1900 box. Had hot on neutral. Retired box. Started air conditioner, checked operation and temperature drop across coil.
Checked over where bathroom vent was above kitchen ceiling there is a small water spot. More than likely this was cause from the metal pipe sweating. Told homeowner the only real solution to fix this would be to cut open the drywall ceiling and insulate around the supply boot and metal supply pipe. She is going to paint over the spot for now and is not that concerned to rip ope the ceiling at this time.
Motor replacement, new belt and new pulley for motor... 4 in outside diameter 5/8 shaft, 4-21-21 Luis and Barry removed old motor, need a new pulley, we will order new pulley 4-28-21 Luis and Barry installed new exhaust three phase motor new pulley and new belt check operation ok
Performed cooling maintenance, checked media air filter ok. Shut off humidifier for summer. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil
Talked to customer upon arrival and they explained their issue, this issue is that they canâ€™t maintain temp in pool area once exhaust is running, check exhaust operation and found exhaust running but making noise from motor windings check belt, belt should be replaced, motor is starting to go bad, we will emailed proposal to replace motor belt and pulley, would also recommend having pool pack checked out to make sure there is no issues with pool pack,
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned eztrap. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Shut off humidifier for summer. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed six month quality, replaced standard air filter. Checked furnace setup. Tested condensate pump. Started gas furnace, checked fuel pressures. Started air conditioner, found outdoor unit did not start. Found comfort alarm tripped on pressure, could not reset, tried to interrupt powered but goes directly into lockout without trying to start. Unit has refrigerant pressure but can not reset alarm. Need to replace comfort alarm in outdoor unit and start and balance charge. Returned to replace comfort alarm, replaced alarm, started air conditioner, balanced refrigerant charge. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil coil.
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed gas furnace and air conditioning system. Checked over entire system. Working great at time of QA
Install OEM heat kit with capacity to support the building load and complete all wiring connections. Setup backup heat setup on unit and thermostat as needed. Test operation of heat kit and measure air temperature rise. 2/16/21 Installed and wired strip heater. Verified low voltage wiring. Set dip switches on air handler. Programmed lyric thermostat and cycled strip heater. Temp Rise 25F at supply grille. Amp draw 42 amps.
The old units were disconnected and removed from the home. Cut out all vinyl tubing and copper lines set going to the outdoor unit. Ran new line set and thermostat wires from indoor unit to the outdoor unit. Set new furnace in place and adapted the return duct to the furnace, set indoor coil on top of the furnace and adapted the existing plenum to the coil and sealed it up. Brazed in new line set with nitro to outdoor unit to the indoor unit, pressure tested it. Hooked up to existing gas line and ran new condensation pipes to new condensation pump, from pump we ran vinyl to sewer line and sealed it in place. Ran low volt to furnace, adapted the flu pipe and intake pipes to new furnace. Outdoor unit was set on new rocks and pad and was leveled, new disconnect box and whip install outside as well. Outdoor was put on vacuum down to 260 and then released the refrigerant into the system. We then tested out all operations and went over install with home owner.
Found that when we arrived , homeowner took us up to the second floor and found black marks on the drywall in the second floor that outlined the wall studding and the joists in the ceilings. ( never have I seen this issue before) told homeowner that talking to more of an expert in building construction.) also took a look inside the furnace and found that after further investigation the heat exchanger is split in at least two areas roughly 3 inches in length. Told the homeowner that the furnace is from 1989 and is un-safe to run and needs to be replaced. Also recommended replacement of the a/c due to age and condition of evaporator coil. Turned off power to furnace and gas so furnace can not be run. Called office to get pricing and availability on equipment. Took a psycrometer reading in the home on the second floor and had 44% relative humidity which is also pretty high. Homeowner is going with the better option for the system replacement.
Heat tune up on Lennox single stage 50k BTU natural gas furnace. Inspected Hot surface ignitor and flame sensor. Burners are rusted but upon visual inspection during heat cycle are functioning well. Gas pressure 3.5 In. W.C. Natural gas. 42F temp rise. 5 MFD blower capacitor reading 4.8 MFD; OK. Furnace drawing within design amps (2.11). Combustion test proves integrity of heat exchanger; furnace operating at 88.1% efficiency. Customer is experiencing black dust from supply more than likely caused by deteriorating ductboard. Advised homeowner to call office concerning duct cleaning. The furnace itself is rusted inside (photos provided). Furnace is operating well at the time of this maintenance/tune up.
Heat Tune Up on 3 ton Goodman heat pump. 18F temp rise with 42F OAT. Replaced Aprilaire 413 filter (provided by homeowner). Cleaned drain. Indoor unit amp draw good. Electrical components of heat pump and pressures good. System is operating well at the time of this tune up.
Checked no heat complaint, found furnace set to 64 and itâ€™s 70 in the house, raised temperature, cycled furnace on the burners light and the blower came on and heated. Cycled furnace. Checked condensate drain itâ€™s clear, checked flame signal, itâ€™s strong. Checked blower and temperature rise. Blew out condensate drain, and cleaned flame sensor. No lockouts. To save the lockout code raise the thermostat temperature above room temperature and the thermostat says heat on and you have no heat.
Performed precision heat tune up on Rheem gas furnace. Aprilaire 201 air filter is clean. Checked all electrical conections and components. Blew out condensate drain. Cleaned flame sensor. Checked temperature rise and performed combustion test. Gas furnace is working fine at time of inspection.