We believe every family has it's own unique air conditioning, heating and electrical needs. We pay close attention to every detail and treat every customer as if we're working for our own family. Your family's comfort is our top priority. PA LICENSE PA065771
As far back as you can check, the name Nardini is synonymous with quality of craftsmanship. As a third generation electrician I have used my deep roots of the electrical field and blended them with my vast understanding for today’s technology and started Nardini Electric. We install burglar alarms, house audio and more.
Drexel Hill Nissan is a full Service Dealership in Philadelphia and Delaware County. From buying a New or Pre-Owned vehicle or even fixing or maintaining your current car, truck or SUV, we have you solution! Come visit Kevin Eliason or Chris Colby at Drexel Hill Nissan!!
Oliver furnishes, installs and services most types of heating, ventilation, and cooling equipment, as well as geothermal, solar, home energy audits and air duct cleaning services in the residential, commercial, and industrial markets.
In 2004, five longtime friends decided to turn their love of American craft beer and classic arcade games into a business model. The result was Barcade, which unleashes night owls upon dozens of 1980s arcade consoles as bartenders pull from a nearly equal number of taps. Their rotating selection of American craft beers features creations from such breweries as Allagash, Founders, and Victory, each pint the ideal complement to vintage games ranging from Galaga and Centipede to Donkey Kong and Q*Bert. In addition to their unending search for the tastiest brews and the best games, the owners also commit to running their business in an ecologically conscious manner. At any given time, at least 75% of their beer list is made up of styles brewed within a few miles of the bar, allowing them to return empty kegs to their original breweries for cleaning and reuse. They garnish their cocktails with compostable and sustainable drinking straws and stirring sticks, and sling them atop a bar constructed from found and recycled materials. Even the electricity used to power the arcade machines hails from local wind farms, where farmers spend all day blowing out birthday candles.