Murphy's Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning Blog:Posts Tagged ‘Haverford’

5 Winter Plumbing Tips to Keep in Mind

Monday, January 3rd, 2022

hand-drawing-check-box-on-a-white-backgroundOddly enough, cold weather can really bring the heat. This might sound like an oxymoron, but we’re sure that you know what we mean by this. Winter weather has a way of wearing down your home’s plumbing, heating, or even air conditioning system. Today, we’re going to focus on your plumbing system.

Your home’s plumbing system is something you want to keep an eye on because plumbing problems can quickly give way to water damage. This isn’t something that you want to deal with. We want to help you find a plumber in Haverford, PA and we’re sure you can find a qualified professional on our team. Let’s talk about what else you need to know below.

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Commercial Air Conditioning Repairs Must Be Fast

Monday, July 10th, 2017

A commercial air cocommercial-air-cndtioningnditioning system has to do much more than a simple residential system does. And when trouble comes, it rarely comes at a good time. A reliable professional air conditioning service is vital during such times, especially in the summer when our weather becomes so hot. Not only must your service understand the specifics of commercial air conditioning, but they need to move very quickly in order to do the job. While a residence may be able to sit tight for a day or two and wait for repairs, commercial systems have no such luxury.

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Pay Attention to Power Levels in a New AC

Monday, May 29th, 2017


Springtime is the time of year when homeowners give their old air conditioners a thorough look to determine if they can handle another summer of work. If they can’t, then now makes an excellent time to handle a replacement. Doing so lets you take advantage of a newer, more efficient air conditioning in time for summer: saving you money with improved efficiency and other features as well. It also lets you enjoy your summer air conditioning without worrying about an older system breaking down right as the biggest heat water of the year hits.

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How Does Trenchless Technology Help Your Sewer Line?

Monday, April 17th, 2017

sewer-lineSpring has arrived here in Pennsylvania, which means that the ground has thawed and household projects like gardening are firing up again. This is also the season when problems with your sewer line tend to manifest themselves. The sewer line is usually located underground, meaning that you can’t spot trouble until it’s too late. The frozen winter ground can often exacerbate such problems, which won’t reveal themselves until the thaw. But if puddles start to show up in your yard, smells begin to emanate from your drains or you spot other signs that may signal trouble with your sewer line, it’s a good idea to call in a professional plumber.

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Watch for Problems with Your Water Heater

Monday, March 6th, 2017

Winter can wreak all kinds of havoc with your plumbing, and even when the weather isn’t that cold, it can be easy to overlook the signs of trouble. The water heater, in particular, can sneak up on you with unexpected problems right at the worst possible time. It’s a very quiet appliance as appliances go, and usually does its job without much fuss while tucked away in locations like the basement or garage where you don’t have cause to be very often. When problems arise, they usually indicate something that’s seriously wrong. The sooner you can spot the symptoms of a problem, the better.

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Beware of Frozen Pipes in Your Plumbing

Monday, February 20th, 2017

Winters are cold in our neck of the woods, and that can spell all kinds of problems for your home. Among the most prominent is frozen pipes, when the water in your plumbing freezes solid. Ice expands when it freezes, putting huge amounts of pressure on the sides of the pipe. If you’re not careful, they could burst, turning a relatively simple problem into a damaging and expensive repair job. We see a lot of calls to deal with frozen pipes and burst pipes, and we pride ourselves on fixing the issue quickly. But we’d much rather help you prevent the problem to begin with. That means checking for the signs of frozen pipes as well as enacting proper measures to keep the issue from ever occurring.

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