Propane Safety

Posted on: July 23rd, 2014 by RF Ohl
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Propane SafetyThings that every homeowner should know.

This video features topics related to propane safety. Items that are discussed include:

  • Basic safety tips involving propane and flammable gas
  • Outdated propane tanks, non-compliant shutoff valves
  • The average lifespan of a propane tank
  • The best way to transport a propane tank
  • The correct way to store a propane tank
  • If a house is being heated with propane, what is the best thing to do if the homeowner runs our of gas?

If you need to get a refill on your propane tank, give us a call!

HVAC Safety Tips

Posted on: July 16th, 2014 by RF Ohl
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HVAC Safety Tips for Effort, PA

(and everywhere else, too!)

Get more information by calling our service team at RF Ohl, we are more than happy to help you learn how to protect your HVAC system in sever weather conditions.

Call us today at: 610-377-1098

More Penns Peak Musical Fun

Posted on: July 15th, 2014 by RF Ohl
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If you love classic rock, then you’ll love this band: Jigsaw Johnny, performing at Penn’s Peck Deck Party on August 3rd. We are proud to be the official sponsor of the 2014 Deck Party concerts.

If you like live music, then be sure to check out these events. To see the complete line up of artists performing at Penn’s Peak, click here.

Lehigh Valley Sun Setter Awnings: The Pros and Cons

Posted on: July 9th, 2014 by RF Ohl
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Considering a New Retractable Awning? Watch this video of Steve Ohl discussing the pros and cons of a SunSetter awning.

Jim Thorpe Air Conditioning Troubleshooting – Before You Call The Repairman

Posted on: July 3rd, 2014 by RF Ohl
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Is Your Air Conditioning Not Working?

Check out this video for a five step guide on trouble shooting your HVAC system before you pick up the phone to call your air conditioning repairman.

Here is a brief overview of the five step trouble shooting guideline:

  • Step 1 – Check the thermostat. Is it on? If your thermostat is a digital styled thermostat, are the batteries dead?
  • Step 2 – Check the floor or ceiling registers to see if there is air coming out.
  • Step 3 – Check the outside unit – is it blowing air? Is it iced up?
  • Step 4 – Check the lines connecting the outside unit to the inside unit – are they iced up? Is there water around the inside unit?
  • Step 5 – Is your system providing SOME cooling but not enough?

If you do need air conditioning repairs to be done, please call our office so we can send out our HVAC repairmen ASAP.

Call (610) 377-1098