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  • Cooling

    The latest posts for Cooling are listed below.
    • Giannone smart home products make vacation worry-free

      Five ways we can reduce anxiety while you’re traveling away from your Philly home While summer vacation time may be winding down, you may soon be hitting the road for holiday visits or even a quick weekend getaway. Sometimes a vacation can be as stressful as the job and life you are trying to leave behind for a little while. Almost nothing is worse than the nagging thoughts like “Did we lock the ...
    • From HVAC to plumbing, Giannone home services is the best game in Philadelphia

      We cultivate trust and respect on every single call Giannone is a family owned and operated home service business that has served the Philadelphia area for decades. We offer services ranging from HVAC to plumbing repair and know Philly like the back of our hands. We love our city and we love our customers. We have a long history in this great city and its suburbs, but we don’t rest on our laurels ...
    • Five signs your Philadelphia air conditioner may be on its last legs

      Squeals, odors and leaks? Call Giannone today. Philadelphia is about two months into the heat of summer, and your air conditioning system has probably already gotten a good workout. Does it have the stamina to make it to fall? Heat persists well into September in the Philadelphia area. Here are five signs it might be time to call the experts at Giannone to discuss repairs or replacement, both of ...


    The latest posts for General are listed below.
    • Ever Considered a Career in Home Service?

      Join the Joseph Giannone Team of Experts Whether you’re just starting out in the workplace or looking to make a career change, now is a great time to enter the home service industry. Here in Philly, we’re always on the lookout for reliable, talented, experienced plumbing and HVAC technicians to add to our team. A Good, Stable Job So many industries are seeing upheaval these days, but the home ...
    • Getting your gas stove ready for holiday feasts

      ‘Tis the season for family feasts in Philadelphia, and your gas stove is going to get a heck of a workout. A little TLC might be in order, so your friends at Giannone are here to offer some DIY tips for properly caring for your stove. Here are six ways to keep your gas stove looking good as new: Take care of your messes. Once you are done cooking, wipe down the stove top after it has cooled. ...
    • Make a resolution now to mind your home’s maintenance needs

      Here are some seasonal tips to keep your home in working order next year If you get a jumpstart on your New Year’s resolutions, they may be easier to keep. Your home is your biggest investment. Resolve this year to keep up with your home maintenance needs with these DIY tips from the experts at Giannone. Winter. Stock up on ice melt and make sure your snow shovel or snow blower is ready to rock ...


    The latest posts for Heating are listed below.
    • DIY Heating Tips to Keep You Warm This Winter

      How can you stay warm without breaking the bank? Philadelphia winters are no joke. When you’re feeling the chill, so is your home — especially your heating system. But, as your heating system works around the clock to battle the cold, there are some steps you can take to make its job easier and take the sting out of your winter utility bill. Your neighborhood experts at Joseph Giannone Plumbing ...
    • Should You Convert From Heating Oil to Natural Gas?

      Giannone Experts Can Help You Save Money We’ve got a lot of beautiful, old houses here in Philadelphia. Maybe you’re lucky enough to own one of these unique, stately homes. It’s part of what gives our city its charm. But with an old house comes problems, and sometimes that means trouble with your heating system. If your furnace runs on heating oil, it may be in your best interest, and your ...
    • No Heat? No Problem With These 3 Tips

      Has this happened to you? It’s a cold winter night here in Philadelphia, a light snow is falling, and you’re getting ready to watch a movie and eat a pizza with your family. Then, one of the kids complains that it’s cold inside. You check the thermostat, and sure enough, the temp is dropping, but your heating system isn’t kicking on. So, what should you do when the heat goes out? We offered some ...

    Indoor Air Quality

    The latest posts for Indoor Air Quality are listed below.
    • Install Your Own Carbon Monoxide Detector

      Carbon monoxide is a silent killer. Odorless and colorless, the gas isn’t easily detected without special equipment. If it begins infiltrating your home when those in your household are already asleep, no one will notice until it’s too late. In 2015 alone, 393 Americans died from carbon monoxide poisoning. It’s vital to get your Philadelphia furnace inspected each year, but there are also simple ...
    • The kids are back in school, and it’s a great time for Giannone to tackle home projects

      We can tick off your to-do list in an eight-hour window Philadelphia schools are back in session. That means the kids are back to the books and out of your hair. Mornings and afternoons can still be hectic, of course, but there’s an eight-hour gap in between that means some projects you’ve been putting off all summer can now commence. Here are five things Giannone can do for you this fall now that ...
    • Protect Your Indoor Air Quality During Allergy Season

      The month of May is Asthma Awareness Month. As the spring allergy season goes into full swing, the high pollen counts in the air make it difficult for people suffering from allergies and asthma. Your home should be a safe haven, a place to get away from the allergens outside. However, this may not always be the case. In order to maintain the freshness and purity of your indoor air supply, it is ...


    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 ...


    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 .


    The latest posts for Plumbing are listed below.
    • Is Your Water Heater Keeping up?

      How to know when to replace your Philadelphia hot water heater. Is the hot water in your shower running out faster than it used to? Is it slow to heat up, or are you hearing funny noises like knocking and rumbling in your Philadelphia home? These changes can happen slowly over time, so you may not notice them right away, but they mean your hot water heater needs attention. Just like any household ...
    • Five tips to protect your Philly pipes from freezing

      What’s the best way to deal with frozen pipes? Make sure they don’t freeze in the first place. Burst pipes are a common and expensive mishap during cold Philadelphia winters. The ice itself doesn’t typically rupture pipes — it’s the pressure produced by the clog. The Philadelphia plumbing experts at Giannone have some great tips to save you from a serious headache and expensive repairs. Here are ...
    • Three DIY steps for fixing leaky or faulty faucets ahead of the holidays

      Here are some DIY guides to common faucet problems It’s never a good time to have a leaky or faulty faucet, but the holidays are fast approaching and you need to get it fixed before guests arrive for parties or extended stays. Here are some general DIY tips from the Philadelphia plumbing experts at Giannone that will allow you to postpone or even prevent a visit from our team. Fix a leaky faucet . ...
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