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Great communication, knowledgeable and friendly.
great service, knowledgeable technicians, everyone is very pleasant
Both Kurt and Zac were professional and honest. Great customer experience.
The DiBiase crew did an excellent job on a very difficult installation.
I really like this company. They know what they are doing and do not try to sell you things you don't need. I have been calling them for the last 2 years to service my heater and air conditioner and wish I has found them sooner. It is easy to schedule a call and they send a text with a picture of the person that is coming to your door.
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok replaced air filter, flushed drain ok check temp split supply and return ok cycle unit check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures capacitor and contactor ok cycle outdoor unit ok system is working within manufacturers specifications
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high ok check filter ok flushed drain ok check temperature split ok check blower motor and wiring ok, outdoor Unit refrigerant pressures capacitor and contactor cycle unit ok
Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new leveled pad, disconnect, whip and Amana heat pump elevated on snow feet. Ran new line set, vinyl, and wire and brazed in with nitrogen. Placed new Amana air handler on filter rack. Fabricated supply plenum and sealed all ductwork. Installed heat kit and wired in high volt. Ran line set and brazed in with nitrogen. Pressure tested to 300 psi and evacuated down to 155 microns. wired in low volt connections. Installed new pump and ez trap and ran vinyl to exterior. Wired safetyâ€™s in to break r. Tested system in heating and cooling and emergency heating. System running great at time of install.
Performed ac tune up check electrical low and high filter ok check temperature split ok test pump noticed some water on the floor was coming from m dehumidifier, check outdoor unit capacitor and contactpr ok check refrigerant pressures ok check compressor windings insulation and found to be in the yellow would recommend having system Due to age
Service call that the Outdoor Unit was not working and then after resetting the indoor Breaker the unit started working again. Upon arrival system was running and outdoor unit was in operation. Proceeded to Air Handler in Attic to diagnose. Inspected wiring and settings of system. Measured Supply and Return Air Temperature readings. Proceeded to the outdoor unit and measured refrigerant charge on system. Inspected Wiring at outdoor unit and tested dual capacitor. Found core sense was flashing a 4 - Yellow Flash Code indicating possible Low Line Voltage. Removed cover plate from disconnect box and found one of the line voltage wires in the disconnect box was very loose and not making good contact. Tightened wire connection and checked other connections. With this line wire not making good contact in the disconnect it would have caused the unit to shut down intermittently. Put system back in operation.
Performed ac tune up on first floor unit check electrical low and high ok filter ok flushed drain and check temp split blower cap and motor ok check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures cap and contractor ok cycle unit ok
No ac, found blower running new filter, compressor not running, found open start winding, due to empty capacitor quoted for repairs, customer ok repairs, installed new cap and also repaired low voltage wire nuts, check ac operation check temp splits ok check Freon levels ok sushiâ€™s is from 1999 highly recommend having system replaced supply air 60 return air 78
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter. Blew out condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge, found unit low on charge. Topped off refrigerant charge and balanced by sub cooling. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil. Need 24x24x1 filter
Turned on system at thermostat. Found indoor air handler blower running. Homeowner had removed filter cabinet door to pull in cool air from basement. Went outside to outdoor heat pump and found 18 year old heat pump low on r-22. Pressures were 142/13 almost flat. Explained to homeowner that we can add charge to the system but do not recommend due age of system and not knowing how long charge will last. Homeowner would like a comfort consultant to give them a price.
Found trane heat pump running when I arrived. Customer stated last night after technician left system was running and cooling but in the middle of the night shut down and the temperature was rising. We had installed a hard start kit yesterday after compressor was over heated and had shut down. Told customer that the compressor could be starting to fail and replacement of the compressor could be around $4,000 to install. Highly donâ€™t recommend putting a compressor into a 11 year old heat pump, recommended to customer to replace system. Checked amperage readings of compressor while I was there it was amping around 10.3 amps. Refrigerant pressures were 284/117 with 10 degrees of subcooling. Set up appointment with office to have a comfort consultant come out to give a price on replacement of the system.
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed gas furnace and air conditioning system. Went thru entire system to ensure proper operation. System looks great. All wiring proper and secure. No air leaks. No gas leaks or condensate drain leaks. All penetrations sealed. Outdoor unit level. Very nice looking install. Inside Temp split of 49/70 Peco Account # 6054800904 Name on account - Diana L Hayward
Checked no cooling complaint, found air handler running, checked outdoor unit, found fan only running. Checked compressor capacitor ok. Compressor is off on internal overload. House is cool but not maintaining temperature. Compressor must be cooling and starting. Installed started assist. Need time for compressor to cool. Canâ€™t check pressures. May need to return if compressor continues to not start.
No ac from second floor ac unit, found thermostat calling for ac indoor fan works, outdoor fan come on but no compressor, found open capacitor, installed new cap and compressor would not come on, added super boost and compressor come on after checking ac operation found system to be slightly low on Freon, quoted for totals repairs and customer ok all repairs after installing super boost, capacitor and adding refrigerant, check supply and rerun air 19 split, amp draw on compressor cycle unit ok would recommend replacement system replacement soon
Blank thermostat, found no power to thermostat, open 3 amp fuse, found two wires touching behind thermostat base, replaced fuse customer supplied fuse and test operation ok cycle unit ok
Performed Quality Assurance inspection on a newly installed air conditioning system. All wiring secure and proper. No leaks found at condensate drain or line set. All penetrations sealed. Made modifications to supply plenum to make it look a little better. Could have been done a little bit better at install. Otherwise system looks good. Running great at time of QA.