January 2016 - Plumbing, HVAC & Electrical Service in Lancaster | Lancaster Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical

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Water Heater Whistling? Here’s How To Fix It

Have you noticed that your water heater making a whistling noise? Appliances and fixtures will make noises during operation, but a high pitch whistling is not one of these normal noises. When your water heater tank is making this noise, we recommend that you call a plumbing professional to get it checked out, as it […]

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Why Your Toilet is Bubbling

Each person will regularly go to the bathroom several times per day, making the toilet one of the most used appliance fixtures. During your many trips to the can, keep an ear out for any gurgling or bubbling noises. If you notice that your toilet is making these noises then you should act fast because […]

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Fixing Noisy Plumbing Pipes

Your home's plumbing can be a bit noisy from time to time, especially if it's older than a few years. The noise may not be much, or it can be a nightmare of loud rumbles and bangs. However, there's no need to worry because there are ways you can silence your plumbing once and for […]

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Reasons Why the Breaker Box is Hot

The breaker box in your home is the central hub for all of your home's circuits. Not only does this circuit breaker allow you to turn circuits on and off, but it will also prevent excessive amounts of electricity from building up. When your breaker box starts to heat up, you may be in trouble. […]

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Why Your Furnace is Blowing Cold Air

  A furnace that is blowing cold air is one of the biggest problems that you can have in the middle of winter. Furnaces are made up of multiple parts and all of them have to be in working order for heat to be produced. Troubleshoot your furnace to see which part is causing it […]

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How to Hide Messy Television Wires

In most entertainment and living rooms, the television is often the centerpiece. Many are mounted on the wall with couches, recliners, and furniture set up surrounding it. If the television is the center of the room, why would you want to display it with messy wires dangling from the unit to the floor? To complete […]

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