The Fresh Air US System Fights COVID-19!

October 22nd, 2020

Exciting NEWS…..we’ve received thousands of requests to see whether Fresh-Aire UV systems can address SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the COVID-19 disease. We couldn’t be more proud to announce that Fresh-Aire UV has completed SARS-CoV-2 testing and the results are incredible!

The test report titled “SARS-CoV-2 Neutralization by Germicidal UV Light System from Fresh-Aire UV” Fresh-Aire UV systems delivered +99.99% inactivation on the SARS-CoV-2 virus within 0-2 seconds.

For more information on this and other indoor air quality systems, contact Walsh Brothers Plumbing and Mechanical Services, Inc.

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Was This Your AC Unit’s Last Summer?

October 19th, 2020
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Cooler temperatures have been providing our area with a welcome break from the heat. Our air conditioners have finally been allowed to take a break and cracking a window in many cases is enough to keep your home comfortable. But before you turn your mind fully towards the idea of preparing for cooler weather, we want to draw your attention back to your air conditioner.

Specifically, we want to ask you how well your system performed this last cooling season. If you can easily say that your AC did a great job and encountered no issues, that’s great! If, on the other hand, you struggled to stay comfortable throughout summer despite your system being well-cared for, it may mean you need to consider an air conditioner replacement in Havertown sooner than later.

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The Best Way to Handle Leaks

October 5th, 2020

Whether you own or rent a home, chances are you will encounter a leak in your house once or twice, if you haven’t been through it already. And when that leak pops up, you are likely to want to get the issue resolved as quickly as possible. Before you dive in though, you should know that there are definitely some good and some not so good ways to handle leaks.

We’ve been in business for a long while now so we have seen what can go wrong with home leak solutions. We’ve also seen how much more those residents had to struggle to get around their leaks. We want to save you the trouble by letting you know the best way to handle leaks in your home so you can enjoy a fast and effective solution, rather than a stressful one.

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Is It Time For a Tankless Water Heater?

September 21st, 2020
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Enough is enough. That was the last lukewarm to cold shower that you are going to take until something is done about the water heater. You hop online to see what might be up with your system and discover that it is likely your worst fear: you need a water heater replacement.

Don’t worry though! When you work with a plumber in Springfield, PA from our team, you’ll be able to enjoy knowing that this job will be done right the first time. Before we arrive at your home, however, we want to make sure that you’ve considered your options.

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5 Signs You Need AC Repairs

September 7th, 2020

Temperatures around here aren’t likely to take any major drops anytime soon. Now, you already know that since you are a local. And you probably also know that getting through several more weeks of heat is going to require the help of your air conditioner. What you might not know is how to tell that something is wrong with your system.

If your air conditioning system isn’t able to keep up with the cooling needs for your home, it is likely that you need to schedule repairs. Watch out for these warning signs so you know that the time has come to contact our team for service.

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5 Ideas to Help You Save Water This Month

August 24th, 2020
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Saving water is an important goal to have. It is better for your bills and for the Earth as a whole, and we all want to help out our home planet. Sometimes it can seem easier said than done. Where do you start?

The team at Walsh Brothers Plumbing and Mechanical Services, Inc. can help you with this. We have some great ideas on ways that you can save water this summer and throughout the rest of the year. All you need to do is keep reading and contact us when you need a little extra help with the plumbing appliances in your home.

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What Is Drain Cleaning?

August 10th, 2020

Without the drains in your home, you wouldn’t be able to do much when it comes to your plumbing. That means no dishwasher, no reliable bathroom or kitchen sink, and so on. Unfortunately, if your drains are clogged up, it will be almost the same as not having them at all.

If your drains are backed up or are showing signs that they are struggling, you will want to consider scheduling drain cleaning with a professional plumber in Havertown, PA. This is a service that will keep the plumbing around your house working the way that it is meant to.

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Staying Safe After the Storm

August 7th, 2020

Tropical Storm Isaias left behind a good amount of damage and its fair share of problems. During the process of recovering from this event, we want to provide a few reminders on how best to stay safe during the aftermath of a tropical storm.

5 Safety Tips After a Storm

  1. Stay out of floodwater. Co everything possible to stay out of any floodwaters. Don’t drive through any flooded areas and obey all flood warning signs. If you can’t avoid passing through floodwater, make sure to wash your hands as soon as possible afterward.
  2. Never use a wet electrical device. Whether it is a television or a gaming console, don’t use any electrical devices that got wet. Turn off the breaker if the device still plugged in and wait for an electrician to check things out.
  3. Prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. Avoid the use of any fuel-burning appliances and using battery-operated CO detectors to keep yourself protected against the silent killer.
  4. Stay away from power lines. If you see a fallen power line call the electrical company and stay far away!
  5. Drink safe water. Eat safe food. Be on the alert for precautions regarding your water supply and keep clean bottled water in the home as a back-up. Toss out food that has been touched by floodwater or may have gone bad in the fridge during a power outage.

How We Can Help

The team at Walsh Brothers Plumbing and Mechanical Services, Inc. wants to make sure that the members of the community know that we are available for your home needs during times like these. We can work with you to install a sump pump that will help protect your home during a flood and we can offer other services that will help make your home safe again after a storm or hurricane.

Fast-Friendly-Reliable: Contact us for your home services today.

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Tips to Give Your Bathroom a Boost

July 27th, 2020
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Ready to give your home’s bathroom a little facelift? Maybe you are tired of the subway tile countertops or you have had to tighten a leaking showerhead a few too many times. Whatever the reason, if you are ready to refresh your bathroom, you should have a reliable team of professionals on your side to help you out.

Especially in the case of remodeling your bathroom, you need to make sure that anything to do with your plumbing in Havertown, PA is handled by pros like ours. Just let us know what plumbing services you want to have done in your bathroom and our plumbers can be the ones to do it quickly and effectively.

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Is It Time For a New Water Heater?

July 13th, 2020
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You need to have a reliable plumber to turn to for your plumbing needs, from big to small. With the professional plumbers at Walsh Brothers Plumbing and Mechanical Services, Inc. you know exactly who to turn to. This makes it a lot easier to deal with issues like a wonky water heater.

The other half of the equation is going to be knowing when to reach out to us for help with your plumbing issues. Let’s take that water heater as an example. Knowing what the symptoms are that something is up with your water heater will help you decide when to reach out and schedule that service to help your plumbing in Aston, PA.

It will also let you know when the time has come to schedule an upgrade.

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