January 2018 - Plumbing, HVAC & Electrical Service in Lancaster | Lancaster Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical

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Warning: This is Why You Have Mold in Your Bathroom

Do any of the bathrooms in your home contain a terribly ugly blue, green, or black crust around plumbing fixtures and walls? This is mold and mildew. If you have mold in your bathroom, it’s because something went wrong and that something needs to be corrected. Because if there’s one thing you don’t want in […]

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Should I Repair or Replace My Heating System?

So your heating system is on the older end of the lifespan spectrum and is in need of a major repair(s). Does it make sense to repair it or should you bite the bullet and replace the entire thing? Well, it all depends on your specific heating system and its current condition. How Old is […]

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Easy Ways to Keep Your Home Warm This Winter

Are you currently shivering inside of your home? Whether you’re afraid to turn the heat up because of bills or you have and nothing seems to be making you any warmer, we’re here to lend a helping hand. There are multiple ways to keep your home warm during the winter, but it’s up to you […]

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How to Thaw a Frozen Pipe

Knowing the temperature has dipped below 32 degrees Fahrenheit is the scariest feeling in the world for homeowners. This means there’s a very real chance for the water within your water pipes to freeze — which could leave you with a burst pipe (and the repair bills that come with it). If one of your […]

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How to Remove Rodents From Heating Ducts

Have you recently been dialing up the thermostat in order to stay warm? Well, you’re not the only thing trying to stay warm — so are the mice and rats that are looking for a home this winter. If your home has recently been compromised by a rodent (most likely multiple rodents), chances are it’s […]

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Why is My Dryer Vent Leaking?

As a dryer heats up clothing, the moisture within is channeled outside through the dryer vents. If you notice your dryer vents are leaking, it may be due to lint blockage, a broken flapper, or poorly insulated pipes. It is important to repair leaking dryer vents to prevent water damage. Reasons For a Leaking Dryer […]

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