August 2020 - Plumbing, HVAC & Electrical Service in Lancaster | Lancaster Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical

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Whole House Exhaust System: The Benefits

Purchasing a home is an especially important event in an individual’s life. However, many homeowners overlook how their home is ventilated. Within this article, the benefits of whole-house exhaust system ventilation will be revealed. A whole-house exhaust system will provide proper airflow within your home. And, it does so in an energy-efficient manner. In homes […]

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Is It Time For A Water Line Replacement?

The plumbing in your home is essential in supporting your daily routines. And, the most important piece of plumbing in your home is your waterline. This supplies your home with clean water. Unfortunately, just like all things, over time, your water line deteriorates and requires replacing. Should your water line break, your home could experience […]

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Why You Should Consider Surge Protection

If you’re someone who uses a lot of power and all pf the electrical outlets in your home are consistently used, it’d be wise to invest in surge protection. Power surges happen more often than you might think. It’s estimated that more than 50 percent of households experience them, at one time or another. A […]

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Kitchen Design Trends

White-washed kitchens, subway tiles, and open-concepts are (hopefully) becoming a trend of the past. We’re leaving them behind along with the 2010s. While these designs are simple and elegant, they’re are overdone — and we’re looking ahead to the exciting innovations of the 2020s. So what are some of the latest and greatest emerging kitchen […]

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What Can Go Wrong With Your Electrical Panel?

Electrical panel issues are hard to detect. Luckily, if your electrical panel was installed properly, it should last between 20 and 30 years without any major breakdowns or malfunctions. However, if your panel does become faulty, you need to know the signs. You don’t want to leave your home susceptible to a potential fire hazard. […]

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Detecting Water Leaks In Your Home

A water leak in your home can lead to persistent odors, foundational and structural damages, and insect infestations. Locating the source of your leak is essential; however, this can sometimes require informed investigation strategies, as leaks can range in size and severity. Yet, even tiny pinhole leaks can result in thousands of dollars in damage […]

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