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I couldn't believe it when I looked at the calendar last week. I noticed that our blog was about to turn five years old!A few days later Facebook's "On This Day" feature did what it does best and led me on a nice walk down memory lane by showing me the post where we asked our friends to "like" our blog's new Facebook Page so that we'd be able to get the required 25 likes to obtain a "vanity" url for the page (www.facebook.com/oldtownhome/).
From those early days of blogging until today, five years later, we sure have had a wonderful experience! Looking back on the last five years it's hard to wrap our arms around the amount of effort we've put into writing and editing blog posts, taking photos, doing work on house projects, and just thinking about what we wanted to write about.... read more at Old Town Home
Posted 15 hours 26 min ago on Old Town Home
The Milwaukee Tool Father’s Day Gift Guide Is dad ‘handy’? The team at Milwaukee Tool has been designing innovative, quality tools for the professional trades for nearly a century. This Father’s Day,...
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Posted 18 hours 13 min ago on A Concord Carpenter Comments
If your current heating system isn’t performing up to par, it’s time to consider a repair or replacement. Furnaces are a great option for homeowners in the market for an energy efficient system. This type of heating unit can adjust its power level to meet your home’s temperature needs rather than cycling on and off like a traditional HVAC system. It also circulates indoor air more frequently, which improves the air quality in your home.
Furnaces come are available in three main types: gas, oil, and electric. Electric is the most common, but may not work for everyone.... read more at Remodeling Blog
Posted 1 day 18 hours ago on Remodeling Blog
I may have mentioned that the amount of time I'm spending in my bed has increased a lot during this pregnancy - my mattress just wasn't cutting it. While ol' lumpy and I were no longer getting along, I dreaded the whole process of buying a mattress at the store. Too many options and a somewhat less than open sales pitch really puts me off. So when the lovely people at Leesa, a new online mattress company, asked me if I wanted to give their product a try, I jumped at the chance.The Leesa mattress arrived on my doorstep in an unassuming box. I was a little suspect of how a truly plush, comfy mattress could fit in there but I held off judgement. Out it came and we laid it on our bed and cut open the plastic.... read more at Brooklyn Limestone
Posted 3 days 1 hour ago on Brooklyn Limestone
One of the hallmarks of maturity is the ability to delay gratification. If that's the case, I'm at the emotional level of ...oh geeze, what age does that really happen? I know it's not grade school age, and there's no way it's the teen years! Well, whatever that age is - I haven't reached it (at least in this case).Over the past 20 years 173 has seen plenty of changes. Some minor, some major, most somewhere in between. This is a major one - on par with the great re-siding of the porch. But this one is bigger - more dramatic...more exciting and long awaited! Sufficient buildup of anticipation?... read more at 173 Our Old House
Posted 5 days 14 hours ago on 173 Our Old House
This short video is a first look at the Sun Joe SPX3000 electric pressure washer. It boasts a powerful 1800-watt / 14.5 amp motor for tackling a variety of tasks including removing paint, stains, rust and cleaning decks, sidewalks and more.
Sun Joe was kind enough to send us this pressure washer so check back for a full review in the near future.
This pressure washer features five different quick-connect spray nozzles (0, 15, 25, 40 and soap) for different applications. The dual detergent tank allows you to carry two different detergents and quickly switch between them.
... read more at One Project Closer
Posted 6 days 16 hours ago on One Project Closer
While our recently-finished bonus room upstairs was never intended to be a dedicated “media room” or “theater room,” we always knew it’d make a great spot for special family movie nights. But in adding a television, we didn’t want to create Cordfest 2016 up in here. So we thought we’d break down the 4 steps that we took to eliminate every visible cord on our new TV wall.
All-in-all, the four steps cost us less than $75 and none took more than an hour-ish to execute (a couple only took a few minutes).... read more at This Young House
Posted 1 week 1 day ago on This Young House
Hello everyone, it is time for a new blog. We're going to discontinue posting on the Green Home Design Architect Blog as well as our Post and Beam Timber Frame Blog. Please view our two new blogs, http://boninarchitects.blogspot.com/. This blog will be written and maintained by Kim Bonin, Principal Partner of Bonin Architects & Associates. It will feature behind the scenes and daily happenings at Bonin Architects & Associcates.The second blog is http://redmaplela.blogspot.com/ which is written by Greg Rusnica, Landscape Architect at Bonin Architects & Associates.Feel free to contact Kim or Greg with suggestions, comments or to schedule a visit to Bonin Architects & Associates' offices in New London and Meredith, New Hampshire. www.boninarchitects.com... read more at Post and Beam - Timber Frame Blog
Posted 4 weeks 2 days ago on Post and Beam - Timber Frame Blog
Hello everyone, it is time for a new blog. We're going to discontinue posting on the Green Home Design Architect Blog as well as our Post and Beam Timber Frame Blog. Please view our two new blogs, http://boninarchitects.blogspot.com/. This blog will be written and maintained by Kim Bonin, Principal Partner of Bonin Architects & Associates. It will feature behind the scenes and daily happenings at Bonin Architects & Associcates.The second blog is http://redmaplela.blogspot.com/ which is written by Greg Rusnica, Landscape Architect at Bonin Architects & Associates.Feel free to contact Kim or Greg with suggestions, comments or to schedule a visit to Bonin Architects & Associates' offices in New London and Meredith, New Hampshire. www.boninarchitects.com... read more at Green Home Design Architect
Posted 4 weeks 2 days ago on Green Home Design Architect