That pocket of Yardley was one of the areas particularly troublesome for utility crews because of extensive tree and pole damage, said Cathy Engel-Menendez, a Peco spokeswoman.
All customers had power restored by late Friday, she said.
It has been a wild period for the utility, with more than 400,000 outages in five days as the result of two storm outbreaks. Lightning was a major issue on July 3, and on Tuesday night, wind gusts of up to 62 m.p.h. were reported.
The latest rounds have added to an already-robust roster of outages in 2014. The total for the year through Wednesday stood at 1.7 million, Peco said.
Thanks largely to the number of storms last winter, including a Feb. 5 ice storm, the tally has long passed 2013's total of 1.15 million.
However, this year still has a way to go to catch 2011, when 2.6 million outages were reported.
Moock, a public relations executive, said that after all the big events - including Hurricane Irene in 2011, Hurricane Sandy in 2012, and recent winter storms - his neighborhood has waited the longest for power restoration, and he holds that Peco isn't getting better at it.
"It seems as if the amount of time we're without power is lengthening instead of getting shorter," he said.