Who says that the holidays are only for kids? We think these gift ideas are great addition to your wishlist from Santa.
Save money on your winter vacation home by ‘going green’. Replacing wood fireplaces can help save money, and increase safety within your winter mountain vacation home.
There are plenty of reasons why a full-on fireplace could be a no-no in your home. Perhaps it’s just a rental, or maybe you have a tiny home or very small living space. There are still plenty of options to fight off the yearly cold! Here are just a few to warm up your winters:
Winter is a great time for warmth and snuggling up by the fireplace, but if you aren’t careful your house can go up in a puff of smoke. Winter fire safety is important. Don’t get burned this winter, read our newest blog post for fire safety tips. Are you practicing the right things when it comes to your fireplace?
During winter months, many people rely on their fireplace to add warmth and comfort to their home. Does burning wood in a wood stove, or wood burning fireplace worse for the environment?
Summer may not be over yet, but we still believe it is important to remember how to properly store your grill for the colder weather months. Cleaning, covering and properly storing a grill will help keep your appliance around for longer.