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  • Cooling

    The latest posts for Cooling are listed below.
    • Does Your Philly AC Need a Helping Hand?

      4 DIY Tips That Will Make Your AC’s Work Easier We all need a little help sometimes. Whether your kid needs a push on the playground swings or you need someone tall to reach the highest shelf, a helping hand makes everything better. Your air conditioner is no different. No matter how powerful your AC is, it could probably use a little help beating the summer heat. Your Philadelphia HVAC experts at ...
    • Is Your Air Conditioner Making You Sick This Summer?

      Giannone’s Experts Can Diagnose and Fix Air Quality Problems Flu season is a distant memory, and allergy season has passed. Still feeling under the weather? It may be Sick Building Syndrome (SBS), the negative health effects caused by indoor air quality. And poor air quality outside can also contribute to poor air quality within your home, unless you use proper filtration. Your home should be an ...
    • What's Wrong with My A/C?

      These Troubleshooting Tips Might Save You a Service Call It’s a muggy July in Philadelphia. You open the door to your home at the end of a long commute expecting a blast of cool air, only to find a wall of heat instead. There’s definitely something wrong with your air conditioner, but you don’t know what. You’re hot, tired, cranky and desperate. But wait. Before you pick up the phone for a pricey ...

    General

    The latest posts for General are listed below.
    • Gift Yourself a Great Career in the Skilled Trades

      If you’re looking for a change of pace, there’s never been a better time to start a career in the home service industry. While many people think the only way to get ahead is to get a four-year degree and take on mountains of student debt, individuals in the skilled trades know that isn’t the case. Not Just Another Job Careers in the skilled trades offer something other jobs rarely do: stability. ...
    • Why should you choose a licensed professional?

      Thinking you might save a few bucks on your next a home improvement by going with an unlicensed worker? You might wind up spending more money than you save. The guy down the street might seem like a bargain, but in most cases, you get what you pay for. A cheap job is done by cutting corners with unreputable people. Professional and licensed contractors will always provide a guarantee of quality ...
    • Invest in yourself with a career in the skilled trades

      Four-year college degrees no longer correlate with making a decent wage. In today’s world, landing a white-collar job isn’t as easy as it used to be. With a saturated corporate workforce, many people are turning to jobs in the skilled trades as a stable career choice — and it’s about time. Joseph Giannone Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning is proud to offer one of the best trade-focused work ...

    Heating

    The latest posts for Heating are listed below.
    • Don’t DIY Your Way into Disaster

      What you can and can’t DIY Winter is here in Philadelphia, and nobody wants their furnace to act up. There are some safe steps homeowners can take to keep the heating system running, but there are also some attempted fixes that can lead to disaster. Here are some DIY projects you should (and shouldn’t) try. Do It Yourself Check your filters. For your furnace to heat your whole house, it has to ...
    • Tune Up Now, Stay Stress-Free All Year

      Get Your HVAC Ready for Winter — And Summer Fall can feel like the calm before the storm. Before you know it, school schedules will heat up, followed by football seasons, spirit weeks, Halloween, Thanksgiving and then the holiday shopping season. You might feel stressed just thinking about it. But right now, before fall and then winter obligations eat up all your time, is the best season to get ...
    • Need a New Furnace? Giannone Can Help!

      Act Now Before Cold Weather Strikes Is it time for a new furnace ? It might have been easy to put it out of your mind over our hot Philadelphia summer, but if you noticed your furnace wasn’t keeping up last winter, you might be dreading turning it on this fall. The time to find out whether your furnace will last another season isn’t the middle of a cold snap. If you suspect it might be nearing the ...

    Indoor Air Quality

    The latest posts for Indoor Air Quality are listed below.
    • Winter Weather Means Air Quality Woes

      It’s cold outside, and it’s nice and toasty indoors. But what if that warm air is making you sick? Air quality indoors is a serious issue year-round, and it only gets worse in the winter. With these winter air quality safety tips, you can be sure that your household will stay safe and healthy. 1. Be Aware of Wood Smoke. In the winter, you’re more likely to use your wood-burning fireplace or stove ...
    • Stay Sniffle-Free in Philly this Allergy Season

      Giannone’s Indoor Air Quality Experts Can Help Stop the Sneezes We’re finally seeing warmer temperatures here in Philadelphia, but spring isn’t good news for everyone. If you or a loved one is prone to allergies or asthma, spring can be miserable. For some people, annoying allergy symptoms like coughing, sneezing and itchy eyes are just a normal spring. For others, pollen season can mean ...
    • Wetter isn’t Better for the Air in Your Philadelphia Home

      Giannone’s Indoor Air Quality Experts Can Cure High Humidity Woes Have you noticed a difference in the air this spring? We don’t mean warmer temperatures outside. We mean damp-feeling, clammy air inside your Philadelphia home. When humidity starts to rise outside, it can start making its effects known inside as well. High humidity inside your home is an indoor air quality issue that shouldn’t be ...

    News

    The latest posts for News are listed below.
    • Avoiding Carbon Monoxide

      Do you know how to avoid dangerous exposure to carbon monoxide? Read on to learn more from our very own Joseph Giannone, who was featured in the Philadelphia Business Journal for Carbon Monoxide Awareness Month. Link: How to Avoid Carbon Monoxide Exposure During the Philadelphia Winter
    • Joseph Giannone Featured on The Spirit Newspaper Blog

      Summer is here, and that means more and more homeowners are firing up their air conditioners as the temperatures continue to climb. And that means more and more people are picking up the phone to make a service call when they think something is wrong with their system. Joseph Giannone Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning was recently contributed an informational blog to The Spirit newspaper’s ...
    • Indoor Air Quality & Your Health - Tips for Staying Safe

      According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), poor indoor air quality could cause serious health effects. These include allergies, asthma, cancer, heart disease, and respiratory conditions. Because most people spend a majority of their time indoors, it is important to keep your indoor air supply free of harmful particles that could cause health problems. Our team wants residents of ...

    Newsroom

    The latest posts for Newsroom are listed below.
    • Avoiding Carbon Monoxide

      Do you know how to avoid dangerous exposure to carbon monoxide? Read on to learn more from our very own Joseph Giannone, who was featured in the Philadelphia Business Journal for Carbon Monoxide Awareness Month. Link: How to Avoid Carbon Monoxide Exposure During the Philadelphia Winter
    • Winter Energy Savings Advice

      Click here to see where City Room Philadelphia showed us a little love on the information we put out there about winter energy savings advice.
    • Home Holiday Preparation

      Check out where the Philadelphia Business Journal covered our tips for home holiday preparation .

    Plumbing

    The latest posts for Plumbing are listed below.
    • 3 Tips for Preventing Winter Pipe Problems

      The holidays are right around the corner, so don’t let the winter cold cause plumbing trouble in your Philadelphia home. Did you know that burst pipes are one of the most common causes of property damage during cold weather? Not only can this cause damage to your home and belongings, the repair bill can be even worse, especially if the burst pipe isn’t noticed until it’s too late. Stop frozen ...
    • 5 DIY Tips to Prepare Your Pipes for the Holidays

      The holidays can be a demanding time for everyone, and that’s no less true for our plumbing. Before your guests come over to celebrate, make sure your home is ready for them with these quick DIY tips from the experts at Joseph Giannone Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning . 1. Unclog the Drains. If you have guests staying at your home for the holidays, there’s nothing worse than a tub, shower or ...
    • What Plumbing Problems Can You Tackle Yourself?

      Do you know what to do in case your plumbing has a problem? Sometimes a plumber might not be available to fix it immediately, or you can save some money with a little DIY know-how. At Joseph Giannone Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, we can fix problems with the plumbing in your Philadelphia home, but we also want our neighbors to be able to take care of routine matters themselves. Here are a ...
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