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Do You Believe in Magic?

Who doesn’t smile when a magician shows you your card from the unopened deck, or gasp when that brave woman steps into a box knowing she is about to be sawed in half?!? For some reason, your brain and body go into hyperdrive when faced with these suspenseful, exciting unknowns. Why does magic effect us […]

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What Valentine’s Day Means to Us

It’s Valentine’s week here at Andreas Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning—what’s not to love? I had never really thought about the history of this holiday before, so I decided to do a little research. A quick google search revealed an intriguing conflict as the foundation for this holiday. The Ancient Roman emperor Claudius II banned […]

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Gratitude Rocks!

We hear the phrase, “Thank you” several times throughout our every day. These words just spill out of our mouths when another customer holds the door open for us at a store, or when the cashier hands us our change after making a purchase. We say these words so often, but how often do they […]

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Do You Really Need a Generator?

How important is electricity to our daily lives? More important than we think. I always think that spending the day without electricity might be peaceful. I remember when Hurricane Sandy struck our area, the high winds and rain that wreaked havoc at the Jersey Shore, left some areas of Lehighton without any power for days. […]

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Where Is The Snow?

Hard to believe we haven’t gotten much snow yet. Personally, I’m not a fan of cold weather. I’d take a warm, sunny day at the beach over the ice and snow of the Northeast any day. I’m that friend who wears multiple layers of pants and always has a look of pain on her face when […]

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Power Outage Preparation Checklist

The typical American household loses power once or twice a year for an average of three hours at a time. This is bad enough, but some extreme weather can cause outages that last for days or even weeks. When this happens, homeowners may suffer a long list of inconveniences, expenses, and hazards, including spoiled food, […]

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