Jan 07, 20:05
Jan 05, 19:19
Copied & share Carbon monoxide detectors, also known as CO alarms, function similarly to smoke alarms. If carbon monoxide levels are present in your home, the detector will emit a sharp beeping sound to alert you to the danger. Like smoke alarms, it is important to change your CO detector batteries regularly; I like to schedule new batteries for Daylight Savings time change, since they make it easy to remember this twice-yearly swap. How do I install a carbon monoxide alarm? Heat and smoke rise, which is why we place smoke alarms high on the wall or ceiling. Carbon monoxide, however, mixes with the air. For this reason, it is preferable to install CO alarms at knee level – the approximate height of a sleeping person’s nose and mouth. If you have young children or pets that could tamper (play) with your detectors, you can move them up to chest height. Another option is to place them in a hard-to-reach area, where even curious hands and overzealous tails would have a hard time reaching. Bear in mind that a CO detector should never be blocked by furniture, curtains or other objects, as restricted airflow can affect its function. A single-function carbon monoxide alarm is recommended, but if you are installing a dual smoke-CO detector, place it on the ceiling so it can detect smoke.
Jan 02, 18:06
Congratulations to some of our 7th District officers who have reached their 20 year milestones in the Philadelphia Police Department.
Dec 28, 16:20
NO MORE LICENSE PLATE STICKERS! Effective this weekend, the State will no longer issue registration stickers for license plates. You still must register your vehicles to avoid penalty.
Dec 13, 23:53
With cooler temperatures expected, some may want to use their small space heaters. If so, DO NOT plug them into a power strip. These devices are not designed to handle the energy load of a space heater and can overheat causing a fire hazard. Please Share.
Dec 09, 17:14
Getting your fireplace ready for fall decorations or winter warmth involves good cleaning.
Dec 03, 19:19
When temperatures dip we turn to our fireplaces to create heat as well as a cozy atmosphere for our home.
Dec 02, 14:58
A weather forecast service expects deadly cold of the 2013-2014 winter to return: How to keep your pipes from freezing, other tips.
Nov 26, 00:09
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Sep 24, 02:18
Happy First Day of fall! Be sure to keep an eye on your outdoor unit and clear away leaves as they fall. Keeping your unit clean all year long can help with system efficiency. #ItTakesTips
Sep 22, 23:06
This why you should have your heater checked every year. Don't know how long it's been rotting away but residents are lucky they were not a victim of carbon monoxide.
Sep 20, 17:02
This why proper maintaiance, filter and air flow is important !!!
Aug 22, 21:08
Peirce-Phelps, an HVAC distributor in the U.S. supporting both commercial and residential customers, announced a partnership with Habitat for Humanity® Philadelphia. Peirce-Phelps is providing cooling and heating systems from Mitsubishi Electric US Inc.
Aug 17, 23:36
Fujitsu Minisplit for future classroom
Jul 19, 12:57
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Jun 25, 15:02
WHEN TO USE 9-1-1: We are often contacted by people with a problem needing police attention but they are hesitant to call 9-1-1. When it is appropriate to call 9-1-1? The answer to this question is rather simple. If you need a police response, it is appropriate to call 9-1-1. This could be to report anything from a robbery to an illegally parked vehicle. ALL police dispatch in the City of Philadelphia is handled via Police Radio at 8th and Race Streets.Their direct and only telephone number is 9-1-1. If you call the local Police District, you will be instructed to call 9-1-1 as local Districts do not have dispatch ability. When would it be appropriate to call the local Police District? This should be used to report a chronic problem, but one that does not require immediate police response. For example, if a group of people have a wild party every Friday night, you can report this to the local Police District so that police can pay close attention during their patrols. 9-1-1 should also be used for fire or medical emergencies as you will be transferred to the Fire Department. Please note that for all other city services, you should call 3-1-1. This could be for defective street lights, pot holes, trash complaints, issues regarding permits, graffiti, etc. We hope this helps clear up the issue of when to call 9-1-1.
Jun 14, 19:05
Jun 11, 18:35
It happening. !!! There is much debate about the EPA’s phase out of R-22 refrigerant as we inch closer and closer to January 1, 2020. Leaders from all aspects of the industry weigh in to define what this issue really means to the contractor’s bottom line.
Jun 06, 17:12
thank you James I needed someone to come out and take a look at our HVAC system, since we're having problems getting air conditioning up to the bedrooms. Rich was recommended to me...
May 30, 22:23
This Memorial Day, here at Leave No Paws Behind, Inc. we want to express our gratitude and love for those who have so bravely served our country.<3
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|Service Charge ( includes minor repair )||$ 85.00|
|R-22 refrigerant per pound||$ 24.50|
|R-410A refrigerant per pound||$ 12.00|
|Water Heater 40 Gallon||$ 750.00+|
|Furnace & A/C replacement||$ 3500+|
|Platinum Comfort Club||$175 to $325|
|Gold Comfort Club||$150 to $275|
|Silver Comfort Club||$100 to $175|