There is nothing quite as satisfying as sitting in front of your fireplace at night in the middle of winter when it is snowing outside. You, too, can experience this in the comfort of your own home. Are you looking for someone to install your gas fireplace in Tamaqua or a neighboring town? Sometimes it can be hard to choose between one company and another. There are two local companies that you can choose from that install gas fireplaces in Tamaqua PA; R.F. Ohl and Stoves ‘N Stuff.
Stoves ‘N Stuff
Stoves ‘N Stuff is located at 561 West Penn Pike Tamaqua, PA. We decided to use this company’s Google reviews to get an idea of what kind of company they are. Most homeowners tend to use Google as a way to find companies to conduct the services that they are looking for. When it comes to Stoves ‘N Stuff, many of the reviews that we found tend to carry the same general feeling. Below are a few screenshots of some of the reviews that we found:
Unfortunately, all seven Google reviews gave Stoves ‘N Stuff a one star rating. None of the reviews were positive. Furthermore, not only do these reviews claim that Stoves ‘N Stuff carries poor quality products but they also claim that their customer service is far from pleasant. The reviews that we read generally complain about their employees being rude, poor installation work, and stove repair jobs taking weeks. However, it must be mentioned that most of the reviews are four or more years old. They do not have any real recent negative (or positive) reviews. Their latest review was written about 8 months ago and it, also, is not positive. My online research shows that they have about 10-19 employees and have been in business only since 2007. Larger companies tend to be more established and have more resources. It also appears as though they are a home furnishing store based on additional online research. You certainly want to choose a company that has the appropriate experience and a good reputation to go along with it to install your gas fireplace properly. When it comes to installing a gas fireplace, you want to be picky since your safety is at hand.
R.F. Ohl is located at 400 Interchange Rd, Lehighton, PA 18235. You can contact them at (610) 377-1098 or at http://rfohl.com/. Just like we decided to explore Stoves ‘N Stuff’s Google reviews, we decided to do the same with R.F. Ohl. Below you will find some of the reviews that we found:
There are 45 reviews in total. The majority of them gave R.F. Ohl 5 stars. R.F. Ohl offers their clients many different types of services.They range from heating oil and propane deliveries to gas grills and even gas fireplaces. They truly are a home heating and cooling expert. My online research shows that R.F. Ohl has about 20-49 employees, they are a larger and more established company. They have been in business for over 30 years and it appears that they have excellent customer service standards. Their reviews give them quite a professional and trustworthy reputation.
I hope you found the information on my blog post helpful. Let me know your thoughts or feel free to expand on my findings in the comments below.
The roof is one component of the house that needs constant attention and maintenance since it plays a crucial role in protecting everyone and everything from outside forces, particularly the elements of nature. It protects you from the scorching heat of the sun, heavy rainfall, snow, strong winds, and others.
So when the time comes that it needs replacement, you as the homeowner must take the necessary steps to act on it the soonest possible time. For the most part, homeowners don’t feel alarmed or perhaps they’re just clueless that the roof is already in need of replacement. The most common problem is a leak, and although it’s something that’s quite easy to fix, frequent leaks could mean a more serious problem up there.
So how do you know if you need a roof replacement? Well, that’s the question we’d like to answer for the remainder of this article.
Now let us first learn from these tips, courtesy of the article titled “7 Warning Signs You Need a New Roof” from AngiesList.com:
1. Roof age
How old is your existing asphalt shingle roof? Most experts agree that a typical roof will last between 20 and 25 years. It also depends on whether the old roof was removed and you only have one layer of shingles, and if it is properly ventilated. If the roof was installed over another layer or several layers and it is older than 20 years, chances are you need a new roof.
2. Shingles curling and buckling
Shingles that are curled or buckling are another sign that you may need a new roof. Look at the slopes of your home that get direct sunlight and if you notice the shingles are curling and losing granules, it could mean the shingles are past their life expectancy. There could also be a possibility that the roof is defective. Contact a licensed roofing contractor to see if you could be eligible for reimbursement.
3. Roof valleys
If your roof shingles are falling apart or missing in this area, it’s a definite sign you need a new roof. Valleys are one of the most important areas of your roof. Snow and rain flow through valleys and into gutters. If the valley is compromised, you could be susceptible to roof leaks.
4. Missing shingles
These are another sign your roof could be failing. Check to see if all of the shingle “tabs” are intact.
This homeowner noticed missing shingles after a storm and ended up needing a new roof. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Krista M. of Lexington Park, Maryland)
5. Chimney flashing
This is another area to be concerned about. If your flashing consists of roof cement or tar, it may need to be replaced with a long-term, water-tight fitting, which would be a metal flashing system.
6. Shingle granules in the gutters
Look in your gutters to see whether they are loaded up with shingle granules. Roofs tend to lose more granules toward the end of their life cycle. Inconsistent or darker color on some parts of the roof is another sign the granules have worn away.
7. Daylight through the roof boards
You notice a spongy feel or trampoline bounce when walking on the roof, which means the underlying decking is weakened from moisture. Check your attic to see if there is any daylight coming through the roof boards. Also check for moisture in the insulation.
The most critical element in figuring out if your roof is already in need of replacement is its age. You have to understand that the different roofing materials have different lifespans. The typical roof for instance lasts up to 25 years. So if yours is already older than that, then it’s about time to think about replacing it.
Meanwhile, TheHomeWisePros.com recommends that you put extra attention on the shingles. So aside from buckled or curled shingles, there also are other signs of serious damage or deterioration, which in turn could no longer be addressed by simply replacing them.
If the shingles are either missing or falling apart, it’s a sure sign that the roof is very defective. Therefore, you need to replace it immediately. Remember, rain or snow flows through the roof valleys into the gutters. On that note, if the valleys are not working as they should due to missing shingles, your house is susceptible to roof leaks. Also, you need to make sure that all the tabs in the roof are intact to avoid any disasters.
Loose Granules In The Gutter
If you’re suspecting that your roof is defective, you need to look through the gutters for loose granules. At the end of their lifecycle, asphalt shingle roofs have more loose granules which might affect the sturdiness of the roof. Clean your gutter regularly and sort through the dirt to look for loose granules. If that’s the case, you certainly need to repair your roof immediately.
Moss On The Shingles
Moss usually grows on most roof surfaces without direct sunlight especially during the cold weather. This can result in moisture being trapped in the surface of the roof and eventually damage the granules on the shingles, especially during winter. Many Maryland residents choose to brush off the moss but it eventually grows back. Therefore, if you notice excessive growth of moss on your shingles, which can’t be brushed off easily, it’s time to contact a professional roofer to replace your roof.
Stains On The Ceiling
If you notice stains on your ceiling, it’s a sign that your roof is leaking which could be caused by cracked or missing shingles. If any moisture falls through the roof into the ceiling, it’s likely to start staining and eventually rot your drywall. On that note, any stains on your ceiling should be immediately inspected.
The signs above may or may not directly lead to roof replacement, but it’s a question that you cannot answer all by yourself. If you’re in doubt and is quite worried that your roofing problem isn’t a minor one, then call in a roofing contractor to inspect your roof. A professional roofer knows what to look for to particularly determine if your roof is left with no other remedies but to be replaced.
Why do you need to increase your home value? Well, there are several possible reasons, but the most obvious one is because you wish to sell it in the immediate future and by improving it aesthetically, you will be able to sell it for a price that’s well within your expectations. Simply put, selling a home or property that’s not in its best condition possible means the prospective buyer will find several reasons to low-ball the price.
In the article “Brokers Tell All: 10 Ways to Boost House Value” from ThisOldHouse.com, there are secrets that realtors and brokers wouldn’t normally tell you when it comes to increasing a home’s value. Fortunately for you, here are some of them given for free:
1. Create Space
Knock out a non-structural wall, or even remove that kitchen island. Anything that opens the space and creates a sense of flow in the house is generating a response from buyers who can afford to be choosy. For the price of a few hundred dollars, you’ll transform the feel of the house. “Right now buyers want a wide open floor plan, the living room right off the kitchen. They are into big spaces,” says Kristin Wellins, Senior Manager of Program Development for ERA Real Estate.
Seattle broker Reba Haas says a kitchen island can be an asset, creating needed storage space. But if the kitchen has enough cabinets, it could pay to haul the island away. Haas says homeowners might want to consider a moveable island. “You can adjust them to you needs,” she explains.
2. Prune, Limb, and Landscape
Tangled trees and unkempt bushes can obscure views, darken interiors, promote mold, and block a good look at the house.
“People forget about their trees more than almost anything,” says Roger Voisinet, a thirty-year veteran of the Charlottesville, Virginia real estate market. Yet, landscaping is one of the top three investments that bring the biggest return. According to a 2007 survey of 2,000 brokers conducted by HomeGain, an online real estate marketing site, an investment of around $400 or $500 dollars in landscaping, can bring a return of four times that. “It could really make a significant difference in the price. Nobody likes to spend money, but landscaping might even be the most important thing, even if owners have kept up the house,” says Voisinet.
Reba Haas agrees, “Overgrown landscaping is a problem at all price points.” Haas says it hurts with marketing too. “People say, ‘Where’s the house?” If buyers can’t see what they are getting, they just move right on.”
And if neglected, mother nature may go wild at considerable cost. Voisinet looked at one house recently where a fallen limb from a poorly cared for tree caused $2,000 in damage.
3. Let in the Light
The number one item on the 2007 HomeGain survey, lighting—everything from a dimmer switch to the increasingly popular sun tubes—noticeably enhances a home’s appeal. California broker Robert Bailey says, “Dimmers allow you to create a mood.”
He’s a booster of sun tubes, too. Less expensive than framing in a skylight, sun tubes—also known as light pipes, sunscoops, and tubular skylights—use reflective material to funnel natural light from a globe-capped hole cut in a rooftop down through a ceiling fixture and into a room. Bailey says, with tubular skylights, sunlight is nice, and moonlight is even nicer. “I’m putting six of them in my house. I don’t need a skylight, but I do want the natural light.”
A few other ways to light things up: Fix broken panes, make sure windows open, and consider lights that use motion detectors to turn themselves off. Remember high wattage bulbs make small spaces feel larger, and soft lighting brings warmth to empty spaces.
We totally agree with those three tips above. Putting more light inside the living space, adding space, and fixing the yard are three of the most essential things you need to be doing if you want your home to look better than it previously was. Although you might not give that much value to lighting, the garden, and space, remember that every buyer out there wants those three.
Next up, let’s see what BankRate.com, in the article “10 cheap fixes to boost the value of your home” could offer us:
1. Make your kitchen really cook. The kitchen is still considered the heart of the home. Potential home buyers make a beeline for this room when they first view a home for sale, so make sure your kitchen looks clean and reasonably updated.
For a few hundred dollars, you can replace the kitchen faucet set, add new cabinet door handles and update old lighting fixtures with brighter, more energy-efficient ones.
If you’ve got a slightly larger budget, you can give the cabinets themselves a makeover. “Rather than spring for a whole new cabinet system, which can be expensive, look into hiring a refacing company,” says serial remodeler Gwen Moran, co-author of “Build Your Own Home on a Shoestring.”
“Many companies can remove cabinet doors and drawers, refinish the cabinet boxes, then add brand-new doors and drawers. With a fresh coat of paint over the whole set, your cabinets will look like new.”
If you’re handy, you can order your own replacement cabinet doors and door fronts from retailers like Lowe’s Home Improvement or The Home Depot and install them yourself.
2. Give appliances a facelift.If your kitchen appliances don’t match, order new doors or face panels for them. When Nicole Persley, a Realtor in Boca Raton, Fla., was sprucing up her own home to sell, her mix-and-match kitchen bothered her. The room had a white dishwasher, microwave and wall oven mixed with other pieces that were stainless steel with black trim.
When Persley called the dishwasher manufacturer to see about ordering a new, black face panel, the customer service representative clued her in on a big secret: Many dishwasher panels are white on one side and black on the other.
“All I had to do was unscrew two screws, slide out the panel and flip it around. Sure enough — it was black on the other side!”
Persley, who has remodeled numerous homes for resale, says that a more cohesive-looking kitchen makes a big difference in the buyer’s mind — and in the home’s resale price.
3. Buff up the bath. Next to the kitchen, bathrooms are often the most important rooms to update. They, too, can be improved without a lot of cash. “Even simple things like a new toilet seat and a pedestal sink are pretty easy for homeowners to install, and they make a big difference in the look of the bath,” says Moran.
Moran also suggests replacing an old, discolored bathroom floor with easy-to-apply vinyl tiles or a small piece of sheet vinyl. “You may not even need to take up the old floor. You can install the new floor right over the old one,” she says.
If your tub and shower are looking dingy, consider re-grouting the tile and replacing any chipped tiles. A more complete cover-up is a prefabricated tub and shower surround. These one-piece units may require professional installation but can still be cheaper than paying to re-tile walls and refinish a worn tub.
It’s no easy task if you’re faced with the necessity to do some fixes to improve your home’s value. But one thing you do have to understand is that you don’t have to do it on your own. You can either ask for help from a willing friend, from your family, or maybe tap the services of a contractor. You just have to be reminded that although you’re likely going to spend money on fixes, you end up getting more in return since you’d be able to sell your home at a very good price.
Mistakes in interior decorating happens to every single homeowner. It’s not like when you commit one it’s the end of the world. However, it doesn’t also mean you just ignore those mistakes and end up making them over and over again. The thing with interior decorating is that you actually have some bit of room to be creative on your own terms. With that in mind, some minor mistakes can be tolerated. However, there are those that you should completely avoid, and this article is about those mistakes.
Let’s start things off with this article called “Avoid These 10 Common Interior Design Mistakes.” from AngiesList.com:
1. Scale of furniture
Most people tend to buy furniture that is too large for the space. This is a very common issue and one that I see time and time again.
When purchasing furnishings, keep in mind the size of the room and the amount of space each piece will occupy and still allow for ease of movement. I suggest using painter’s tape to mark out the space that each piece will occupy before making purchases.
2. Small rugs
A common problem in even otherwise well designed rooms is using a rug that is too small. Rugs should ground a furniture group.
Legs of the chairs should sit on the rug, or at the very least, the front legs should be comfortably on the rug. With a dining table, the rug should sit under the chairs, even when pulled out. Having the right size rug can even make a space seem larger.
3. Inadequate lighting
Unfortunately, most spaces are designed with inadequate lighting right from the get go. Lighting should be layered within a space, taking into account ambient, task and accent lighting.
The guidelines of layering are function, mood and harmony. Function is based on the activities that will take place in the room, Mood conveys the feeling that you want to express in the room. Harmony asks if all of the lighting elements in the room work with each other.
4. High wall art
There is a tendency among some homeowners to hang art too high. Art should be hung at eye level, although small pieces can be hung lower.
As a guideline, when art is hung above furniture, make sure that it is 8 inches above the top of the furniture piece. It should look like they sit together.
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If you get the chance to talk to an expert interior designer, the one thing he or she tells you is to follow your heart when doing this kind of project. But sometimes, you tend to be way too preoccupied with personalizing everything that you become blind of the mistakes you’re committing such as the insufficiency in lighting and buying furniture that is way too large for your space. There’s nothing wrong with following your heart, but be smarter in doing so.
Next, let’s talk about another set of possible mistakes you can make in interior design. This time, information comes from the article “Top 10 Interior Design Mistakes to Avoid” by Clint Calder:
Not using mirrors
Mirrors are a bit under-rated. Using mirrors will make rooms appear much more spacious. The lack of mirrors or windows seems to give the room a boxy feel. Don’t hesitate to hang a decorative mirror or two on your walls. Be creative. You can find many different shapes and sizes of mirrors at your local home-improvement retailers. Not only will your room look bigger, but it will also make the room brighter as it reflects the lighting.
Not allowing enough time for the design process
It is not a race to the finish. Effective interior designing requires a lot of planning and organization. If you rush through a few steps, you may find yourself making decisions that have unfortunate consequences. So be careful!
Not involving nature One of the greatest ways to improve the feel of a room is to add a few plants here and there. Adding plants creates a more natural feel to the room, and with the right plants, you will have a new and refreshing essence to fill the air. When designing a room, never forget to include the five senses in your decision making.
Not paying attention to acoustics
How you arrange the room for acoustics may be one of the more difficult decisions. This will be most important for the theater or entertainment rooms. Nothing is more important than sound when it comes to watching a movie. Don’t use a lot of hard surfaces in the theater rooms that allows the sound waves continue to bounce around. Capture them with carpets and soft sofas. Hardwood floors look great in living spaces, but you may want to throw a few rugs on the floor to keep the noise down. You may be surprised at how important acoustics really are.
Over-furnishing a room
It has been said that your bedroom reflects your state of mind. A room that is overcrowded with coffee tables, couches, footstools, paper baskets or whatever, can cause the mind to feel the same way. Be sure to leave plenty of walking space. Stay away from the tendency to fill in the empty spaces. Leave some room. It will be much easier for you to relax and kick back.
Just like everything about life, too much isn’t a good thing in interior design. So even if you have so many things in your mind that you want to incorporate in your project, the key is to take it one idea at a time.
No homeowner in the face of the Earth wants to see bugs crawling and creeping at home. Although majority of them are harmless, it still doesn’t mean you should welcome them in your home. Aside from the fact that it’ll turn your visitors off, some of them can also bring disease to you and your family.
Therefore, we should come into an agreement that your home has to be free from any bugs. The question now is how would you do it? This is where we come in…
Just as a locked door can keep intruders out, a properly sealed door can help keep out unwanted pests. If you examine your entrance ways carefully, you’ll likely be surprised by the number of unsealed gaps you see, each of which makes an easy entrance path for bugs.
To keep insects from crawling under your door, install a sturdy steel or aluminum threshold under the door. For even better protection, combine this with a door sweep. A sweep is a cheap device that can be found at most hardware stores, and helps to cover the gap between a threshold and the door bottom. Choose nylon brush sweeps over vinyl or neoprene, as they offer the best protection against bugs.
Add weatherstripping or door-seal kits to the perimeter of the frame to keep insects from entering along the sides or top of the door. Use a clear caulk to seal the joint where the door frame meets the wall and also along the bottom of the frame, at the area where it meets the ground.
Many homeowners rely on natural ventilation from doors and windows to bring fresh air into the home. This can be especially tempting during the hot, humid days of summer. Unfortunately, summer is also the worst time of the year for mosquitoes, fleas and other pests to invade your home.
To enjoy the feeling of fresh air without the annoyance of insects, install screens in windows and doors. Choose a 20-mesh or finer screen to keep out most common household pests [source: Gouge, Olson, Snyder, Stoltman]. Screen installation is relatively simple and requires only basic tools.
Don’t forget that bugs can also sneak in through holes or tears in your existing screens. Try using a screwdriver or scissors to carefully push the broken wires back into place. Add a coat of household cement or clear nail polish to seal the hole and prevent insect entry. If the screen has simply come loose along one side or corner, use staples (for wood frames) or a splining tool (for aluminum frames) to reattach it to the frame.
Maintain Your Yard
Yard maintenance can have a big impact on bug infestations, especially when it comes to mosquitoes and fleas. Mosquitoes need a water supply in order to breed, so eliminating pooled water in your yard is one of the top ways to reduce the mosquito population. This can not only help you to better enjoy time spent in the yard, but will also reduce the number of bugs that are trying to enter your home.
To eliminate pooling, look for areas where water tends to collect in your yard. If you find standing water on your lawn, you may have a thatch buildup. Aerating the lawn can reduce this problem and allow water to naturally absorb into the soil. Another common problem is poor drainage, which is related to the slope of the Earth. You can try to add fill dirt yourself to correct this, or have the yard professionally regraded
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Based on the three tips given above, it’s obvious that the main weapon against bugs and insects is giving them zero access to your home. They thrive outside because they get everything including food, shelter, and water. However, they always will be intrigued by the prospect of greener pastures inside your home and many of them are attracted to light. So do something about gaps, holes, and spaces that could serve as entry points for the bugs.
Meanwhile, Patrick Allan’s article for LifeHacker.com called “Keep Your Home Bug Free with These DIY Pest Control Methods” talks more about control methods. See some of his tips below:
You see, bugs, regardless of the kind, are really no match for you only if you know what you’re doing. So before everything gets out of control, you must start contemplating on following all the tips we’ve mentioned here.
A low flush toilet needs to be repaired if too little water enters the bowl. Discover how to fix a low flush toilet with the help of a professional contractor in this free video.
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In this vine style video learn how to measure your attic insulation; having the right amount of attic insulation in your home will save money, save energy, make your home more comfortable, and reduce the emissions that contribute to climate change.
Adding insulation to the attic is generally a moderately difficult do it yourself (DIY) project, but the benefits can be substantial. The first step is to determine if you attic has enough insulation for where you live; start by measuring your attic insulation levels – in general, if you can see your joists, you need more insulation. With the right information and a quick look around your attic you’ll be able to make energy efficient improvements that help improve the energy efficiency of your home.
Here are the steps for measuring your attic insulation level:
1. Insert a ruler or a yardstick into your insulation, record the depth
2. If the insulation is uneven across the attic, take multiple measurements and average them
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