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Allentown PA is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, and it is also one of our favorite places to serve our customers. Located on the Lehigh River, Allentown was one of only six communities in the country to be cited as a national success story in April of 2016. The Urban Land Institute presented this honor on Allentown for the redevelopment and transformation of its downtown location.
One of Allentown’s claim to fame is the fact that they hid the Liberty Bell from the British during the American Revolutionary War. The Pennsylvania Supreme Executive Council assigned two local resident to hide the Liberty Bell in the Old Zion Reformed Church that is now center city Allentown.
In 1861 Allentown answered President Lincoln’s call for volunteer troops to defend the nation’s capital. They sent a unit called the Allen Guards to protect and guard the capital for three months. The Allen Guards helped to prevent the city from being captured by Confederate soldiers and they came to be known as the Pennsylvania First Defenders.
Lehigh Valley and Allentown have a unique history due to the barter exchange that was used when they were originally purchased by William Penn’s sons John, Thomas and Richard. The Penn brother’s made the agreement to barter the land from 23 Native American Chiefs with an offer of clothing, weapons and other miscellaneous items.
Bethlehem is the seventh largest city in Pennsylvania and is located along the banks of the Monocacy Creek by the Lehigh River in the counties of Lehigh and North Hampton counties. Money magazine counted Bethlehem as 88th out of its Top 100 Best Places to Live.
The town of Bethlehem received its name in 1741 on Christmas Eve from David Nitschmann and Count Nicolaus von Zinzendorf. The men founded the mission community along with a small group of Moravians. They named the town after the Biblical town Bethlehem of Judea, the birthplace of Jesus.
Bethlehem became of historical significance in 1762 when the town built the first water works in the country to pump water intended for public use. Bethlehem’s founding of water works lent it to be the ideal location the Bethlehem Steel corporations due to the large amounts of water needed during the steel making process. Once promoted as the second largest steel producer in the country, Bethlehem Steel was also one of the world’s largest shipbuilding companies. The company was a leader in American industrial manufacturing.
The city is famous for a multitude of festivals that include the annual Musikfest that draws over a million people, the Bethlehem Bach Festival, the Celtic Classic, the SouthSide Film Festival, and the North East Art Rock Festival. These festivals draw over a million visitors per year to the town.
The city is also nicknamed ‘Christmas City, USA’ due to the Christmas star that was first installed on the Bethlehem hotel by Marion Grace during the depression. The Star was eventually moved to South Mountain and rebuilt. It is bright enough that it can be seen 20 miles away.
Easton is located in Northampton County and is the smallest of the three cities that make up the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton metropolitan area. Thomas Penn named the area after his father in-laws estate in England. During the Revolutionary War.
Easton housed a military hospital that made it indispensable to the war efforts. Easton is also of historical importance due to being one of the first places the Declaration of Independence was publicly read.
Easton is strategically located where the Delaware River and the Lehigh River meets. This unique placement caused it to become an important region for the steel and coal industries when it came to the canal and railroad transportation systems in the 19th century.
Tourists will find fun and interactive children’s museums in Easton that include the National Canal Museum and the Crayola Factory. Baseball fans will be excited to know that the provider of Major League Baseball, Majestic Athletic, is based in Easton as well.
Deiter Bros is proud to serve the local community of Philipsburg New Jersey. Located in western New Jersey, Phillipsburg is nestled along the Delaware River. The railroad line of Norfolk Southern Railway’s Lehigh Line runs along the lush green grass as it makes its way to Easton Pennsylvania.
Strategically situated at the merging of the Delaware River and Lehigh River, Phillipsburg has played an important role as a major transportation center. From the 1800s to 1900s, the town served as the western terminal of the Morris Canal. This allowed the transport of coal by waterway to New York city markets. In addition to being an important player for water transportation, the town was also the location where five railroads converged in Phillipsburg. Today Phillipsburg is connected to Pennsylvania by three separate bridges that each cross the Delaware River.
Tourists visit the area for local attractions that include the Phillipsburg Railroad Historians museum. The museum displays railroad memorabilia and operates a miniature railroad. Phillipsburg is also home to the Pohatcong Mountain ridge. The ridge is 6 miles long and makes up a portion of the Appalachian Mountains.
Deiter Bros Proudly Serves Our Local Communities!
You will find Deiter Brothers is well equipped with the knowledge, experience, professional team members and resources to take care of all your HVAC needs:
- You can call us any time for your HVAC emergency.
- You can contact us for installation, maintenance and repair services.
- You are able to schedule your non-emergency service online.
- No matter what type of system you have we will be able to service it since we work with all makes and models.
- Whether you are a business or residential customer, we can take care of your heating requirements.
- You will have access to financing resources so you are never left out in the cold when it comes to your home heating system.
- We offer convenient financing resources to help you with your business or home heating needs.
If you are in need of HVAC services in New Jersey (NJ), Pennsylvania (PA) or the Lehigh Valley and neighboring areas, you may call 1-800-DEITER-1 for emergency HVAC services.
You may also conveniently schedule your non emergency HVAC service on our website now.