Fred Cramer

1707 Carlisle Rd
Camp Hill, PA 17011
(717) 994-9930
Contact: Cramer, Fred
Business Description: Heating, Air Conditioning and Water Conditioning, Water Heaters, , 24 years experience, Gold Certified Master Technician & HVAC Certified 1 and 2. Award wining.
In Business Since: 2000
Service Area: Cumberland, York, Dauphin, , Perry & Central Pa
On Angie's List Since: 11/13/2010
Warranties: YES
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: Mon 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Tue 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Wed 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Thu 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Fri 09.00 AM - 05.00 PM, Sat 09.00 AM - 12.00 PM, By Appointment
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
(All statements concerning insurance, licenses, and bonds are informational only, and are self-reported. Since insurance, licenses and bonds can expire and can be cancelled, homeowners should always check such information for themselves.)
Cities Served: Abbottstown | Airville | Akron | Annville | Arlington | Aspers | Bainbridge | Berks County | Bermudian | Biglerville | Bird In Hand | Boiling Springs | Brogue | Camp Hill | Carlisle | Cary | Christiana | Columbia | Conestoga | Coronado | Dallastown | Dauphin | Delta | Denver | Dover | Drumore | Duncannon | East Berlin | East Earl | East Lancaster | East Petersburg | East York | Elizabethtown | Elizabethville | Elkton | Enola | Ephrata | Etters | Fawn Grove | Felton | Fort Hunter | Fredericksburg | Gap | Gardners | Gettysburg | Glen Rock | Glenville | Gordonville | Grantham | Grantville | Halifax | Hanover | Harrisburg - Downtown | Hellam | Hershey | Highspire | Holtwood | Hummelstown | Jacobus | Jonestown | Kinzers | Kirkwood | Lancaster - Downtown | Lancaster-downtown | Landisville | Leaders Heights | Lebanon | Lebanon County | Lemoyne | Leola | Lewisberry | Linglestown | Lititz | Littlestown | Liverpool | Lower Paxton | Manchester | Manheim | Marietta | Marysville | Mcsherrystown | Mechanicsburg | Middletown | Millersburg | Millersville | Morgantown | Mount Holly Springs | Mount Joy | Mount Wolf | Mountville | Myerstown | Narvon | Neffsville | New Bloomfield | New Cumberland | New Freedom | New Holland | New Oxford | New Park | New Providence | Newmanstown | Palmyra | Paradise | Peach Bottom | Penbrook | Pequea | Perry County | Quarryville | Red Lion | Reinholds | Richland | Robesonia | Rohrerstown | Ronks | Roxborough | Santa Fe | Seven Valleys | Shermans Dale | Shrewsbury | Spring Grove | Steelton | Stevens | Stewartstown | Strasburg | Swatara | Thomasville | Washington Boro | Wellsville | Wernersville | West York | Williamsville | Willow Street | Windsor | Womelsdorf | Wrightsville | York - Downtown | York Haven | York Springs
 
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