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

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Month: February 2016


Steps to Replace a Ceiling Light

Remodeling a room can give a breath of fresh air to an old house. Do away with your old light fixtures and add something that will compliment the look of the new room. In order to replace your fixtures, follow this quick step guide. Step 1: Like all electrical jobs, the first step is to […]

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Safety Tips for a Power Outage

Power outages can happen at any time and it's usually when you don't expect it. Every home should have an emergency kit filled with things that you will need just in case the power is out for more than a few hours. Knowing the proper safety precautions to follow during a power outage can keep […]

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Steps to Repair an Exhaust Fan

An exhaust fan is important because it will rid your bathroom of any moisture. Steam from a shower can build up in your bathroom eventually leading to mold growth, but you can avoid this with a working exhaust fan. If yours is broken then you may need to replace the fan motor; utilize this repair […]

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How to Fix a Broken Outlet

Throughout the years of having cords being plugged into them, outlets can eventually break. Common signs that point to a broken outlet include burn marks on the plastic, cords not being able to fit directly in, and a lack of electricity. It’s best to replace an outlet if any of these signs exist, and you […]

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How to Fix a Toilet Fill Valve

You walk in the bathroom and what do you see — a puddle of water surrounding your toilet. This puddle is commonly caused by a faulty fitting of the toilet fill valve. Fixing this problem can be as simple as following these quick steps. Step 1: Shut off the water supply valve behind the toilet […]

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How to Replace Your Furnace Belt

The middle of winter is the worst time for your furnace to break down. Inside of that forced air furnace, lies an air blower and motor that uses a belt to help it operate. If this furnace belt breaks, say goodbye to your heat until it is replaced. Step 1: First things first, turn off […]

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