Recent Blog Posts

  • Organizing Tips for your Kitchen

    November 1, 2013
    One of the key ingredients to great cooking is good preparation. In the culinary arts, this is also known as Mise-en-place (pronounced [miz on plas]), a French term that means "everything in its place".
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  • Environmental Benefits Of Building With Wood

    October 15, 2013
    Don’t let anybody tell you wood is not a “green” building product. Wood circulates energy savings throughout its life. To start, wood-frame construction is easy to insulate to high standards when compared to alternative framing materials.
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  • Fall Protection Equipment Improvements

    October 1, 2013
    Fall Protection Equipment Improvements Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) officials said recent technological improvements in fall protection equipment was a factor in the decision to tighten standards for residential contractors.
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  • Is it Time to Add More Attic Insulation?

    September 15, 2013
    So, you’ve got your new windows and doors. All of your weather-stripping is in place and your house is sealed against the elements. You may think you’re all set for the approaching cold weather.
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  • Remodeling in time for the Holidays

    September 1, 2013
    Remodeling in time for the Holidays   With summer winding down it might just be time to start thinking about your indoor fall projects.
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  • Create a Living Room Outdoors

    August 15, 2013
    The backyard patio or deck has long been a favorite place for summer fun and cookouts, but more and more, people are discovering new ways to repurpose their outdoor space. An outdoor living room can expand the functional area of your home by taking advantage of your extra space outside.
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  • Deck Building & Mold Prevention

    July 15, 2013
    Of course, homeowners bear the greatest burden for keeping new decks free from mold, but there are some things a builder can do: Gap the decking properly (minimum 1/8”) for drainage. Pitch the deck properly away from the house for drainage (minimum 1/8” in 8’).
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  • Use Paving Stones to Transform Your Outdoor Space

    June 15, 2013
    If you find yourself gazing out into your backyard thinking of something you can do to spruce things up, have you considered using paving stones? Installing them is not difficult, and depending on the size of your project, it can be completed in as quickly as one weekend.
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  • Press Release

    May 9, 2013
    Press Release April 2, 2013 For Immediate Release Earth Outdoor Wood Furnaces is excited to announce the Klear Sky outdoor wood broiler series! Klear Sky has just completed and exceeded the EPA standards for Phase 2 qualifications and received White Tag certification.
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  • Bright Ideas for Outdoor Lighting

    May 1, 2013
    You work hard on your house and landscaping, so there’s no reason why the beauty of it all should be hidden when the sun goes down. Outdoor lighting can bring attention to a specific part of your home’s exterior by literally putting it in the spotlight.
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