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Yingst Engineers & Associates, Inc. Welcomes Kevin Helt and Matthew Crotty To Their Engineering Team

Yingst Engineers & Associates, Inc. (http://www.YingstEngineers.com) is pleased to announce the addition of Kevin Helt, E.I.T., Structural Engineer, and Matthew Crotty, CAD Drafter/BIM Designer. Kevin J. Helt brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the organization. Kevin graduated in 2006, with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Naval Architecture and a USCG Third Assistant […]

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Building or Renovating This Spring? We Can Help!

Over the winter, people spend most of their time indoors staying out of the frigid and sometimes snowy weather. During that time trapped inside, lists of home improvement ideas get written down and dreamed up. Some are extravagant bucket list items and some can be done in a weekend. However, if you don’t have the DIY […]

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Sinkholes (in PA) – What You Need to Know

We have heard horror stories about homes and cars being devoured by the earth in Florida but what about Pennsylvania? The top seven states in the United States of America that experience sinkholes are Florida, Texas, Alabama, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania’s Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) considers sinkholes one of the […]

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Tips to Get Your Home Ready for Winter

Everyone knows to get out the sweaters, gloves and coats as winter approaches to prepare themselves for winter, but how do you prepare your home, townhouse, condominium, or even commercial building? Cold temperatures, frigid winds, rains, snow, power outages are all things you should prepare your house for. Whether you are a weekend warrior, or […]

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Community Associations – Things You Should Consider Before Signing on The Dotted Line

Reserve Studies are done for many common-interest-developments and provide Community Associations with more than just a long-term funding plan to prevent over or underfunding. A Reserve Study should also contain suggestions for routine maintenance that will extend the useful life of various site or building components, as proper maintenance and appropriate reserves are intimately connected. […]

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