Harrisburg, PA – an Excellent Historical Place to Live and Play!
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania is the capital city of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Dauphin County, west of Philadelphia. It’s a historically notable city, having played a role during the Westward migration, American civil war, and the industrial revolution, not to mention it was one of the most industrialized cities in the Northeast part of the U.S. in the 19th century thanks to the building of the Pennsylvania Canal and Pennsylvania Railroad. However, every great city must be supported by an under-recognized yet critical system: a working septic system. Kline’s Services help keep the septic system by offering septic pumping Harrisburg, PA services from septic pumping and septic cleaning to drain cleaning and plumbing. In Harrisburg and need some septic service? Contact us today!
Harrisburg gets approximately 42 inches of rain per year (the U.S. average is 39) as well as 27 inches of snowfall (the U.S. average is 26 inches). Of course, precipitation and repeated freezing and thawing can lead to flooding, clogged drains, and other plumbing and septic tank problems. But never fear, Kline’s Services has your back!
Knowing that Kline’s is ready and able to solve any septic, drain, or plumbing issues you may have in Harrisburg frees you up to enjoy other aspects of this historic 200+ year old city, including the Broad Street Market, one of the oldest continuously operating farmers’ markets in the U.S.; the National Civil War Museum, which is affiliated with the Smithsonian; and the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. City Government Center, the only City Hall in the U.S. named after the Civil Rights leader.
In 2010, Harrisburg was named by Forbes magazine as the second best place in the U.S. to raise a family and was also named recession-proof by the Daily Beast website that same year. All told, Harrisburg, PA is an excellent place in which to live, work, play, and visit, including several unique and lovable features, from the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts to the annual Pennsylvania Farm Show, the largest free indoor agricultural exposition in the nation. Harrisburg is truly one of America’s most special towns.
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