September 2019 - Plumbing, HVAC & Electrical Service in Lancaster | Lancaster Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical

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Here’s Why You Need Good Ventilation at Home

A lot of the time, you hear us talk about how it’s important to air seal your home so treated air doesn’t escape through cracks and waste your energy and hard-earned money. While that is definitely important in one regard, it’s also important to make sure your home has enough opening to let the right […]

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Boiler versus Furnace: What are the Differences?

When it comes to keeping your home comfortable in the cooler months, there are typically two methods a majority of homeowners will use: a furnace or a boiler. While both are viable options for heating your home, there have their differences that make them better suited for some homes as opposed to others. By understanding […]

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Should You Repair or Replace Your Faucets?

One of the most common plumbing fixtures that homeowners use, but don’t think about too often, are their faucets. In fact, if you’re like most people, the only time you really put any consideration towards your faucets is when they start to leak or malfunction. If that happens, you’ll have to make a very important […]

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How to Participate in Our Lawn Sign Contest

Wouldn’t you love to win money with as little effort as possible? Well, do we have a treat for you! We’re currently holding a contest that can earn you AND your Lancaster Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, and Electrical technician some cash! Curious as to how you can give yourself a chance to win? Here are all […]

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Will My Plumbing Work in a Blackout?

From thundering rain to blistering snow, Pennsylvania is no stranger to storm season. While we can certainly brave the elements, the real trouble comes when mother nature knocks out the power in our homes. If you’re experiencing a blackout, you may be surprised to learn that not all of your plumbing may work. In order […]

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HVAC Care for Pet Owners

Whether your pet of choice is a dog, cat, or maybe even a mini pig, you know that certain things in your home have to change in order to accommodate your new furry friend. You may have to put gates at the tops and bottoms of stairwells, remove certain plants that could be dangerous to […]

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