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The spread of the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, pandemic across Pennsylvania has forced Governor Wolf to order a statewide shutdown. To many, this also means weeks of social distancing and working from home.
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Pennsylvania winters can be very harsh and brutally cold, making you appreciate your home’s heating system. However, your system can experience a malfunction at any moment, not giving you advanced notice and leaving you and your family stuck in the cold. Not only could an out-of-service heating system leave your family bundling up in extra layers, but it could also result in additional and more costly problems, such as broken pipes, if it is not addressed and resolved quickly.
How Do You Avoid a Plumbing Disaster? A burst pipe in the home can have devastating — and expensive — consequences. Not only does it create the hassle and inconvenience of temporarily living without water and needing to call a plumber for repairs, but the water damage can ruin cabinetry, flooring, walls, and even seep…
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Not only can the winter cold be uncomfortable for many when they step outside, but the season can also bring heating and plumbing problems indoors. As a homeowner, frozen or burst pipes, damaged water heaters, and clogged drains can be a huge inconvenience and expensive fix, but they are also common problems many face during…
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With the New Year quickly approaching many people are starting their list of resolutions for 2020, and we have one that you can add — Replace your older HVAC system! Soon R22 refrigerant, used in certain cooling units, will be illegal to manufacture or import to the United States, causing future repairs to become more…
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It’s something you might not notice right away unless the room is entirely quiet—a faint drip, drip, drip. You tighten the knob as much as you can to stop the water from flowing through, but to no avail. Sometimes, when you tighten the handle, it actually gets worse! What if the leak isn’t even coming…