Jun 24 2016

If you’re handy, you may be tempted to take on projects for your Bath, Pennsylvania, home, but it’s important to know your limits. Sometimes projects in your home are best left to the professionals. 

Plumbing or Electrical Repairs

If it’s related to your plumbing beyond changing the hardware, or your electrical system, it’s a job for the experts. Plumbing issues are typically complicated, and most people cause more harm than good trying to make repairs on their own. Electrical repairs involve complicated wiring and electricity, which is dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing. Even if you’re handy, or have found a YouTube video on how to make these repairs, call in the expert and save yourself a headache or injury. 

HVAC Repair

If your HVAC system breaks down, of course, you can check the obvious culprits before calling in a professional. Double-check your circuit breaker and the batteries in your programmable thermostat. After you’ve checked the usual suspects, if your HVAC system still isn’t working, make sure you call an expert. An HVAC unit is complex, and uses a lot of electricity. Besides that it could be dangerous, or you could make the problem worse.  Trying to repair the unit yourself often voids your warranty on it. 

Water Heater or Furnace Replacement

Anything that runs on gas poses a large risk to your health if it’s not handled with care. Although you may think that turning the gas off cancels out any risk, you could be very wrong. Water heaters, furnaces, or any other appliances that run on gas in your home should be installed or removed by an expert to make sure there is safe handling with your gas lines

If you have a project that’s better left to the professionals, we are the people to call. Contact Sullivan Oil and Propane at 610-813-6555 to schedule an appointment with a qualified professional. We will make sure the project is done safely and right the first time. 

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