520 Trestle Place
Downingtown, PA 19335
(610) 873-1244

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Local Reviews
for west bradford township, pa

Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 27 customer reviews

excellent

I have used other companies in the past and I like DiBiase the best. There service is excellent and their servicemen are very knowledgeable and friendly. Luis has come to my house a few times now and I really like him,

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Sensor troubleshooting

Kurt figured out the issue with sensors and got system up and running in short period of time.

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Awesome service!

Both technicians were great to deal with and worked quickly to complete the job. Kurt was very helpful and thoroughly explained all that was needed.

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Great service

I have been using DiBiase HVAC service for sometime. I really like how they care about their customers. I recently got my heating furnace replaced and I couldn’t have asked for a better service. DiBiase is my go to service for all my hvac needs.

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Tuneup service

Great company with great service ! the tech was above and beyond excellent service with excellent advice Regarding my heating system Great job Brian Five star thank you

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always good service

I have been calling DiBiase for a few years now, Their prices are fair, their technicians are always knowledgeable and they are a bunch of friendly people.

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Great service. The guys are very knowledgeable and detailed.

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Great service. Luis was very professional and informative.

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Always the Best

Great communication, knowledgeable and friendly.

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Great Customer Service

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Job Locations
for west bradford township, pa

Chris B.

Chris B. Job Checkin

Service call that the AC was not working. Upon arrival, spoke with homeowner about issue. Found Blower Motor Running but the Outdoor Unit was not turning on. Proceeded to air handler in attic space. Found Auxiliary Pan had water in it and had tripped the Wet Switch. Removed Wet Switch and dried contacts, and reset. Dried up the water in the pan and tested system. Found Air Filter was very dirty and was blocking air flow. Replaced 18x20x1 Air Filter. Measured refrigerant charge and system was running at manufacturers specifications. If the Air Filter became too dirty it would have blocked the air flow and caused the indoor coil to freeze. When the coil defrosted it could have leaked into the Auxiliary Pan causing the wet switch to trip. Under brief inspection did find the Flex Duct in the Attic is very poorly ran and in several areas there are kinked sections of flex duct. The office will call to schedule the AC Tune Up under the Service Membership.


Kurt M.

Kurt M. Job Checkin

When I first arrived checked thermostat temperature setting. Thermostat was set to 70 degrees and temperature was at 70 degrees. Homeowner described it to feel humid on a day when it was not very hot outside and the unit was not cycling as much. Explained to homeowner that this is normal if the system isn’t operating the humidity will not be reduced on those days. Used a psycrometer and checked the humidity level it was at 51% not to bad. Air handler has an x13 constant torque motor. Checked temperature split, had a 19 degrees temperature split. Checked refrigerant pressures at 82 degrees. Pressures were 315/121 with 7 degrees of subcooling. System is working fine at time of service. Mentioned to customer that we can install a whole house dehumidifier system to help regulate humidity levels, he is not interested in this at this time.


Brian B.

Brian B. Job Checkin

Performed 6 month quality check, checked media air filter ok. Tested water safety’s. Checked air handler and thermostat setup. Cycled heat and measured btu output. Cycled cooling, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil


Kurt M.

Kurt M. Job Checkin

Went up in attic. Found that homeowner just replaced variable speed control board. Found bad variable speed blower motor. Also will need to replace the blower wheel together. Called distributer for price on parts. Homeowner has already put and outdoor condenser coil on the system. Recommend it would be better off being replaced. Set up appointment with office to give a quote on replacement.


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

Removed existing high efficient furnace and air conditioner. Installed new Amana high efficient furnace and air conditioner. Adapted to existing plenum. Added new Aprilaire 413 high efficient filter. Sealed all ductwork connections. Installed new furnace on new drain pan. Reconnected existing gas and condensate line. Installed new ez trap and wired in with R circuit. Installed new wet switch safety and wired it in series. Made all necessary high and low voltage connections. Installed new outdoor unit on leveled stone and pad. Installed new disconnect and whip. Flushed existing line set. Brazed all connections and pressure tested to 300 psi, evacuated below 500 microns. Added 19 ounces of refrigerant. Tested system in heating and cooling. System running properly. Install went over with customer and work area cleaned.


Chris B.

Chris B. Job Checkin

Performed Quality Assurance on Bosch Heat Pump system. Completed Checklist Form in system. Homeowner stated that the humidity levels have been high in the home since the new installation. Homeowner has a Temperature / Humidity Gauge that tracks the levels in the home. Upon arrival unit was set to 73 Degrees on the thermostat and humidity was about 58 Percent. Turned unit down to 71 degrees and checked operation. Measured refrigerant charge and air temperature readings. Was measuring a 16-20 Degree delta and refrigerant levels were to standards. Checked all Dip switch settings which were set correctly. Wet Bulb reading was about 63 Degrees in the home. The Heat Pump is set correctly and operating normally. Recommended that he tries to lower temperature to see if that improves humidity levels. Also spoke to him about the humidity levels in the basement. There is a portable dehumidifier in the basement that is set to 50% and runs constantly. May need to install a larger dehumidifier or a


Brian B.

Brian B. Job Checkin

Checked noise coming from the new air conditioner. Cycled air conditioner, could not hear any unusual sounds. Checked run capacitor ok. Cycled and checked staring amps and running amps. System is running normal.


Chris B.

Chris B. Job Checkin

Performed Quality Assurance visit on Amana Gas Furnace/AC system. Reviewed installation with homeowner. Sealing around the return duct helped eliminate the humming noise he was hearing from the hallway vent. Found a leak on condensation drain line. Repaired drain line and tested. Completed checklist form in system. The install looked nice but a couple issues including the leak kept this one from passing.


Brian B.

Brian B. Job Checkin

Checked no cooling complaint, thermostat was set to cooling and system is calling for cooling. Outdoor unit is not running. Defrost control has a hard lockout. Reset lockout, started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge, found indoor every not opening. Switched between heat and cooling and the eev began to work. Cycled air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil. If eev continues to fail it will need to be replaced.


Kurt M.

Kurt M. Job Checkin

Indoor coil iced. Standing pressure of system is very low. Discussed option for solutions including system replacement. Mr. Branco decided to charge the system. Collected for diagnostic and half the repair. Will Return tomorrow 12-2 to charge system. 6/7/21. Added 3lbs 10 ozs of r-22 now pressures are 286/74 with 9.6 subcooling. Temperature split at indoor coil is 19 degrees. Told customer that this is just a temporary fix and both gas furnace and a/c for the second floor should be replaced. Called office to let them know the customer would like someone to come out to give an estimate on replacement, system is cooling at time of service.


Barry P.

Barry P. Job Checkin

Dirty outdoor coil causing high head pressures. Charged system 2# 7oz R22. Final temp split 17F.


Barry P.

Barry P. Job Checkin

No cooling. Bad Furnace control module (board) for attic furnace. Traced voltage from switch to transformer. Took wet switch out of low voltage circuit to verify it was not the problem. Mr. Ralph approved estimate to replace Furnace control.


Kurt M.

Kurt M. Job Checkin

Reclaimed and removed old equipment. Installed new leveled pad, disconnect, whip, and Amana condenser. Flushed line set and brazed in with nitrogen. Installed new pan in attic and placed Amana gas furnace and evaporator coil in pan elevated on snow feet. Brazed in with nitrogen, pressure tested to 300 psi and evacuated down to 167 microns. Reconnected and sealed all ductwork. Installed new ez trap and tied condensate piping into existing drain. Installed wet switch and wired with ez trap to break r. Wired in low volt connections. Installed new switch and wired in. Reconnected gas line and leak checked. Installed new flu piping to existing vertical runs. Tested system in heat and adjusted gas pressures and performed combustion test. Tested system in cool and adjusted charge. System running great at time of install. Customer is concerned with a noise heard from the hallway return. I tried modifying airflow to remedy but there was only a slight change. Will need to contact customer about


Luis T.

Luis T. Job Checkin

No ac on recently install unit, found wet switch tripped, tried to reset switch, replaced sensor, and also relocated sensor to underneath air handler, also insulate ez trap, txv and suction line all the way to air handler, noticed txv bulb was loose, replaced tightened bulb and add insulation to txv, check supply and return air 72/56, check outdoor unit refrigerant pressures ok check drain line and draining ok


Kurt M.

Kurt M. Job Checkin

Performed precision a/c tune up on 2 York a/c systems. Replaced 16x25x1 and 16x20x1 air filters. Checked all electrical conections and components. Found 1st floor a/c compressor starting a little rough at times recommended installing a hard start kit. Also homeowner talked about air purification, sent over an estimate to install 2 reme air purifiers. Checked both systems temperature splits at indoor coils, indoor coils are very rusted and corroded. Blew out condensate drains on both systems. Tested capacitors inside and out. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. Both a/c’s are definitely getting older but are working at time of inspection