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Water Conditioning—Helping You Look Better You may be thinking how can water conditioning help me look better. The simple answer is that it affects all the things in your home that you use water for. This includes bathing and doing laundry. As you know, these are two...

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Natural Disasters are Inevitable

Standby Generators Of course, you're saying, right. Let me ask a few questions. Do you own a standby generator? Are you prepared to be without power for 12 hours? 24 hours? What if the power was out for a week in the dead of winter, or the middle of summer. Do have...

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Going Ductless

Ductless Air Conditioning Did you know that even if you don’t have ductwork in your home, you can still have "Air Conditioning", AKA, Ductless Air Conditioning?  And, I am not talking about noisy, expensive to run, window units. Prior to 1980, a lot of homes were...

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New Trends In Air Conditioning

What’s new in the world of HVAC Each year brings new HVAC trends to the HVAC industry, and this year is no different; there are a number of new technologies. Manufacturers are putting an emphasis on systems to make them smarter, quieter, and more efficient. We already...

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Avoid a Water Catastrophe

Lead Water Catastrophe There has been a lot of media surrounding the Lead Water Catastrophe that contaminated the public water source in Flint Michigan. As with any story, there are two sides to the story; political, and scientific. No matter how the lead got into the...

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Should I Repair or Replace my Furnace?

A question we deal with all the time, and as much as we would like to say that there's a clear cut answer to each situation, it`s not that easy. Many factors come into play when determining if a heating system should be replaced, or repaired: items such as warranty,...

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On Solid Ground

Great Start to the New Year! In 1973, Roy Sanders set out to build a Plumbing and Heating company.  Along the way, Roy experienced many ups and downs along with his son, Tom. In 2008, with a strong downturn in the economy, the family business was almost lost. However,...

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Heating Season and Carbon Monoxide

  With heating season just about to kick into high gear, most of us wonder about common heating related questions such as: How cold will it get this winter? and how much is it going to cost for fuel? Did we get the furnace cleaned and tuned? or did we change the air...

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Power Surges and Your HVAC System

Power Surges In the past, power surges have had little effect on your furnace and air conditioning equipment.  This is because they were primarily mechanical, with a limited amount of electronic components. As with most other mechanical devices, the heating and...

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Home Heating and Humidity

Humidity Did you know that during the heating season your house is actually drier than the Sahara desert?  If the outside air is 35 degrees with 65% relative humidity, and you heat your home to 72 degrees, the indoor humidity level will be 15%.  By comparison, the...

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Hybrid Technology

Hybrid Technology Enter the new age of gas/electric energy and the concept of hybrid technology.  Car companies have had differing degrees of success in combining gas engines with electric motors to create very efficient hybrid automobiles. In the HVAC industry,...

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Peace of Mind-Generator

There is only one way to get a true peace of mind when the lights go out and that is to have an “Automatic Standby Generator” with a “Mobile Link” communicator. The automatic part of the description stands for the ability of the generator to energize without any...

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How Much Does it Cost to Run a Generator

You may be surprised to learn that the small gas powered portable generator that you may be considering can cost a lot more to run than a larger stationary unit powered by liquid propane or natural gas. A mid size 5Kw gas fired generator running at 50% capacity will...

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How to Handle a Power Outage

How will you handle a power outage, in an article published by “Bob Villa” he states that an outage that lasts a few hours is often nothing more than an inconvenience, requiring a few flashlights and a little patience. But when a major storm knocks out electricity for...

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Does A/C equipment size matter?

  Does A/C Equipment Size Matter? A/C equipment size does matter, to answer the question, . It’s much more important than most would think. In decades past, before accurate tools were developed to help measure equipment size, bigger had to be better. It never ceases...

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Ductless Heating/Cooling, Explained

Ductless Heating/Cooling, Explained Ductless Heating/Cooling, Explained. Have you heard all those ads lately about “Ductless Heating/Air Conditioning”?  Are you trying to figure out what “Ductless” means and how it works?  Well, don`t feel bad, most people are having...

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Does A/C Equipment Size Matter?

Does A/C Equipment Size Matter? A/C equipment size does matter, to answer the question, . It's much more important than most would think. In decades past, before accurate tools were developed to help measure equipment size, bigger had to be better. It never ceases to...

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Trends in Cooling Your Home

Trends in Cooling Your Home The trends in cooling your home, in the air conditioning service industry, leans toward a more environmentally friendly practice, as well as programmable equipment. If you are looking for ways to reduce the need for air conditioning service...

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Flip the Switch

Are you ready to Flip the Switch? The warm weather will be here before you know it.  More often than not, if you have a cooling system in your home, May is usually the time you make the change from heat to cool, with one flick, or a push of a button. To get ready for...

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SEER what is it?

SEER what is it? – Most likely until you are ready for a new A/C, or cooling system, the term SEER is not high on your “must know” list.  However when you are in the market to buy an air conditioning system, it will probably be the most widely used factor in...

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Emergency? Picture This…

So you go downstairs to shut the water off and find your basement drain has sewage coming out of it.  It couldn’t get much worse, right? Wrong!!!  What if you had no hot water, or no water at all??  No need to worry; R.E Sanders is the company to call for any plumbing...

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Water Conditioning Facts and Myths

Water Conditioning Facts and Myths – As a promoter of water conditioning, we are always concerned about negative articles and statements that are contradictory to the real facts surrounding the industry. One of the most prevalent myths regarding the treatment of hard...

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Hard Water?

Hard Water? Do you have itchy skin or unmanageable hair? Or, what about defective plumbing or clean laundry that appears dirty? If you answered yes to any of the above, you may have hard water.  A water conditioner is one solution to this common problem. Have one of...

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Count on Us…

Professionalism is paramount when your home or business is being evaluated for Heating and Cooling repairs and installations. Our family-owned and operated company specializes in residential and commercial heating and cooling systems. The RE Sanders team has 40+ years...

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Go Ductless

Go Ductless: A New Way to Heat and Cool Your House, or is it?  I`m sure by now you have heard numerous commercials promoting “Ductless Heating and Cooling” and it may seem like a new concept, after all, how can you have forced hot or cold air in your home without...

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Furnace: Repair or Replace?

“Should I repair or replace my furnace?”  A question we deal with all the time and as much as we would like to say that there is a clear cut answer to each situation, it`s not that easy. Many factors come into play when determining if a heating system should be...

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Our History...

In 1973, with just one pickup truck, Roy Sanders started Sanders Plumbing and Heating. Roy worked from his home with his eldest son Ed. In 1974, Roy’s son Tom, graduated from high school and took up the trade with his father and brother.
The business outgrew their home, so Roy purchased a building in North York, a former early 1900’s cigar factory, and, with much loving care, this building became the home of R.E. Sanders Inc, Plumbing, HVAC, and Electrical.
Roy actively worked in the business for 43 years. Roy’s hard work and dedication was instilled into his family of 1 daughter, 6 sons, 18 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.  It is with his beloved wife, Dolores, that they created this beautiful family together.
"As I carry on the business that my Dad has created, I know we will be successful, but our success will be to honor our Dad, the man who forever changed my perception of unconditional love". ~Tom Sanders
Roy E Sanders, May 10, 1929—April 3, 2016Tom Sanders


My HVAC system is 14 years old and I decided to replace the unit before it fails. The last thing I wanted to do was wait until it breaks at the most inopportune time. I believe in preventative maintenance to avoid problems. I find it very difficult today to have work done in my home. Many of the

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independent contractors are very messy and do not respect a clean environment. They come crashing through the house scratching up walls and making a mess. I dreaded having this job done not knowing what to expect. I would like to thank you and your staff for doing an outstanding job replacing my HVAC unit. Your technician is a very knowledgeable and talented mechanic. He was assisted by your son, Dan, a very ambitious and conscience young man. the duo worked very well together and produced an excellent product in the end. They must be commended for their efforts. Let's not forget about the support staff that put everything together to get the job done. Joel Moore, (HVAC Consultant) and Kim Crumling (Office Manager) must also be commended for excellent customer relations and constant follow-up. Joel followed through with the job and prepared all the registration and warranty documents. Your staff made this a very pleasurable experience. Sincerely, Daniel F. Spies of York, PA
Sincerely, Daniel F. Spies of York, PA

Friday, July 22, 2016

To: Whom it may concern

I wanted to take a second to say “thank you" for helping me with my latest plumbing needs. Every time I contact you the company, everyone is super responsive and quickly able to help with my needs. | highly recommend RE Sanders to anyone who may have an HVAC or plumbing issue! Pricing is always fair, the plumbers and HVAC workers are always professional and respectful of the household.

Thanks again for your help!

Sincerely, Lee Dietz