A Homeowner’s Guide to Creating a Winter Emergency Plan

Posted on January, 23, 2017 | Posted in: Home Maintenance

snow covered house

Winter can be a magical, peaceful time of year, but its uncertain weather patterns can also make it stressful. Winter storms have a habit of being unpredictable – even the best forecasters cannot say for certain if a storm will drop an inch of snow or surprise us all with two feet. Powerful winter weather […]

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Haller Hires HR Director – Orla Spetrini

Posted on January, 11, 2017 | Posted in: Team Updates

LITITZ, PA, January 10, 2017 – Haller Enterprises Inc. welcomes Orla Spetrini as its Director of Human Resources. Spetrini brings knowledge and experience to the growing Haller team. Born in Dublin, Ireland Spetrini moved to the United States in 1993 and began her career in Human Resources. Prior to Haller, Spetrini worked at Gaming Technology […]

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How to Keep Pipes From Freezing in the Winter

Posted on December, 29, 2016 | Posted in: Plumbing

Frozen icycles

Before temperatures plummet, you need to make sure your home is prepared for winter’s icy impact. Your home is your refuge from outside elements. You do everything you can to keep your home safe and secure, no matter the weather. Frozen pipes are an unexpected winter catastrophe. They’re extremely damaging and expensive for any homeowner […]

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How to Prevent Dust in Your House

Posted on December, 13, 2016 | Posted in: Air Quality


Does it seem like no matter how often you clean and vacuum, you’re fighting a losing battle with dust? Whether it’s the constant accumulation of dust bunnies under your beds, in closets or on tabletops, dust can be relentless. If you or a family member has to deal with allergies, dust can be a major […]

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10 Ways to Boost Your Home’s Value With Home Maintenance

Posted on November, 30, 2016 | Posted in: Home Maintenance


“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Those were the wise words of Benjamin Franklin, and they’re as valid today as they were back in the 1700s when the elder statesman uttered them. It’s interesting that many homes built in New England during the revolutionary period are still standing today. In fact, […]

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Haller is Heating Up the Holidays

Posted on November, 28, 2016 | Posted in: Giving

LITITZ, PA, November 28, 2016 – This winter Haller Enterprises is giving away a new Trane® Home Comfort System to a family in need. A study conducted in Pennsylvania this year by the Public Utility Commission found that “More than 24,175 occupied households have no heat, or use an unsafe source of heat”.  Many of […]

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Preparing Your Home for Winter

Posted on October, 25, 2016 | Posted in: Heating


Winter is coming, and you want to be prepared. One of the major points of owning a home is to provide you with shelter during extreme temperatures and inclement weather, and you want your home to be ready when winter arrives with all the hazards it can bring. Not only can proper winter preparation keep […]

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Unclog the Money Drain: How to Hire a Qualified Plumber

Posted on October, 11, 2016 | Posted in: Plumbing


Anyone who owns a home or business has likely had to call a plumber at some point. Whether it is for an emergency or a plumbing project you need to complete, it’s important to hire the right plumber. Who is the right plumber? One who is not only qualified and well-trained to do the job […]

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Is Your Home’s Water Safe to Drink?

Posted on August, 25, 2016 | Posted in: Water Testing


The Clean Water Act was established in 1972 as a means of regulating the quality standards for surface waters throughout the United States. The recent crisis in Flint, Michigan, where the change to high-salinity water caused water pipes to erode and enabled lead to leach into the city’s water supply, has turned a spotlight on […]

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6 Signs of a Hot Water Heater About to Call it Quits

Posted on August, 12, 2016 | Posted in: Water Heaters

contrast shower with water stream

We bet you dedicate at least 30 minutes a day to thinking about your water heater, right? Wrong—at least we hope that you have more important things to think about. Most of us never give a second thought to our water heater until we turn on the shower or sink and, behold, no hot water. […]

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