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Mold Contamination in Your Ductwork

Mold & Bacteria Growth in the Duct System Since your ductwork is essentially the “lungs” of your home, you need to make sure it is kept clean of as many airborne hazards and pollutants as possible. Any kind of harmful pollutant in your ductwork will inevitably get carried throughout the air in your home. This

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Minimizing the Damage from Burst Pipes

If you’re a homeowner in the Harrisburg area (which enjoys some freezing and below-freezing temperatures this time of year), you may one day have the “pleasure” [insert sarcastic tone] of dealing with burst pipes. Although we recommend you contact SECCO immediately, there are definitely some steps you can take to minimize any damages burst pipes

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What’s In Your Duct System?

What’s In Your Duct System? Most people don’t pay attention to one of the most important parts of a healthy home. The part of the home that distributes the air throughout your home and keeps it comfortable can also have a lot of dirt, dust, and other unpleasant airborne contaminants stuck inside it, which keep

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Air Quality In Your Home

Air Quality In Your Home It’s a little hard to think about right now, but spring is 71 days away! That may seem like a long time, but think about Thanksgiving, seems like it was just yesterday but it was actually 47 days ago. It’s amazing how fast time flies! So when you think about

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New Year’s Resolutions for Your Home

It’s 2013… time to make some resolutions! No, we’re not talking about the typical “I’m going to lose weight” or “I’m looking for a new career” ones. At SECCO, we are all about resolving to make changes that will affect your home – and your family – positively. Consequently, might we suggest the following resolutions

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The Dangers of a Failed Heat Exchanger

The dangers of a cracked heat exchanger! A heat exchanger in a gas furnace is basically a chamber that moves the hot burning gasses as hot air is pushed over them and disbursed through your home. The purpose of the heat exchanger is basically explained in its name. This part of your furnace exchanges heat

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Pet safety tips for the holidays

Grover here, SECCO‘s canine mascot (and, if I say so myself, a downright handsome devil!) With the holidays coming up, I thought it would be important to give you the low-down on the best ways to keep your furry pals safe and sound. Remember – they deserve to have a holly jolly good time, too!

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SECCO Coworkers Giving More This Holiday Season

SECCO Holiday Blood Drive 2012 On Wednesday December 12th, many of our coworkers got together and donated something special just before the holiday season. It wasn’t money, or gifts, or food. A group of coworkers signed themselves up to donate much needed blood to the Central Pennsylvania Blood Bank through the SECCO Holiday blood drive.

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$100 Off a New Ductless Heat Pump

Ductless Heating Special The average heating and cooling costs are more than $1000 a year. That can be up to half of the cost of the total energy bill for the home during the entire year! There’s a way to beat your heating bill this winter. Ductless heating is a great source of steady, comfortable,

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Home safety tips from A-Z

Always buy the freshest live tree you can find. If it’s losing needles when you purchase it, the issue won’t improve as it stands in your home. Broken ornaments and decorations should be rapidly cleaned up to avoid human or pet skin lacerations. Christmas trees (live) are the source of around 240 home fires each

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