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Extreme Makeover Show has came to Lyme New Hampshire - 09/29/09 08:17 PM
Extreme Makeover Show has came to Lyme New Hampshire, A family in Lyme, has been picked to receive a free new home, to be built for them. They say it will take only around 106 hours to build the family's new home. There will be thousands of local volunteers, using donated materials to build the home. The folks that owner the home have eight kids. So this sure is a real blessing to them. From what I undrestand this family's home is in real bad shape, its a sad moldy, and damaged home. The family has left for Disney World (10 comments)
Fall in New Hampshire and Vermont is not just for Leaves Changing Colors - 09/27/09 09:42 PM
Fall in New Hampshire and Vermont is not just for Leaves Changing Colors, its also apple season, a time to enjoy going out and picking some apples. For making apple pies, and even some applesauce, making apple cider. And for planting new apple trees. Apple trees require two different varieties to get good pollination and a fine apple crop.
Do you want apple pies for this winter? All you need to do is make the pixe mix and put it in your favorite pie pan to freeze, don't add the crust. Use some parchment paper or wax paper (6 comments)
Howdy, and welcome to my blog. Thank you kindly for taking time from your busy schedule to visit today. I know that you will enjoy checking out my blog posts, here at my little ole Blogging Homestead in the ActiveRain Real Estate Networking community. Your going to have the time of your life, learning about Home Inspections, Home Components, about areas of New Hampshire and Vermont. I look forward to meeting you (4 comments)
Life Expectancy of Home Componts New Hampshire and Vermont - 09/27/09 05:07 AM
Life Expectancy of Home Components New Hampshire and Vermont, one of the questions, that I'm asked the most by Home Buyers, is about the life expectancy of the different components of the home that my client's are haven Inspected. Will the life expectancies of the different components of a home, really depends on the quality of the installation that was done, the level of maintenance the item needs, the weather and the climate conditions of the area, and the intensity the item is going to be used.
More times than not appliances of a home are replaced, due (13 comments)
A Little HOPE in Houston while Going Green - 09/26/09 02:23 PM
A Little HOPE in Houston while Going Green, is a post that was written by my friend Frank Schulte-Ladbeck.Down below is a Re-Blog of his original blog post.
For does of you that do not know, my friend Frank is in Houston, of The Grand State of Texas. Frank is one mighty fine Home Inspector, and a very fine blog post writer. You sure do want to take the time to visit his blog, and you will not at all be sorry you did. His blog is loaded with a wide range of information to learn about.Link to Frank's (5 comments)
Things are starting to Change here in New Hampshire and Vermont - 09/22/09 07:53 PM
Things are starting to Change here in New Hampshire and Vermont, the change that I'm talken about happens every year at this time of year. Its Fall Foliage time, New Hampshire and Vermont's fall foliage sure is a spectacular sight to see!
There sure are many fine places in both New Hampshire and Vermont, that transform into mighty fine and natural works of art. As soon as the leaves start change colors, both States change and become picturesque places to visit. There sure are alot of great photo opportunities even for the novice photographer. Things are starting to Change (19 comments)
Home Sellers its a good Idea to have a Pre-Listing Inspection - 09/20/09 08:59 PM
Home Sellers its a good Idea to have a Pre-Listing Inspection, it sure is a good idea to pay for your own inspection, when your going to have a Real Estate Agent putten your home on the open market. By haven a pre-listing inspection done, sure will help your whole sale process go easier. You'll beable to find out about any hidden problems, and be able to have them corrected, or present them in the disclosure as "as is" before any buyer's even start looking at your home.
Almost all home sales contracts inclue a contingency, that the (10 comments)
Coal Firing Furnaces-New Hampshire and Vermont Series Part 1 - 09/17/09 08:00 PM
Coal Firing Furnaces-New Hampshire and Vermont Series Part 1, a little about the past, present, and the future of coal, and the Coal Fuenace's Stoker: Although coal has always been an important and plentiful fuel source, many folks, just may not realize how long it has been used or how much it is used today.
The PastCoal has been used for nearly as long as mankind has thrived. In fact, coal was used to provide heat in caveman times! In the 1300s in what is now the United States, the Hopi Native Americans, living in whats now Arizona, used coal (12 comments)
Coal Firing Furnaces-New Hampshire and Vermont Series Part 2 - 09/16/09 09:36 PM
Coal Firing Furnaces-New Hampshire and Vermont Series Part 2, Lets talk a bit about the coal itself, and start-en the fire. Bituminous coal, is low in ash, its six percent or less, and with a ash fusion temperature of 2200F to 2600F and a 1 1/4 inch to 3/8 inch maximum sure is ideal for your coal furnace's stoker operation.
This is a peace of Bituminous Coal And its highly recommended to use a oil treated coal. By do-en so it will eliminate the coal dust and will help to give your furnace's stoker a longer life. In most areas (9 comments)
Coal Firing Furnaces-New Hampshire and Vermont Series Part 3, this post is going to cove protection and servicing of a coal firing furnace.
Protection from a overload of the motor, the motor has a built-in device for protection against excessive motor temperatures. If the motor should become overheated, the protection device on the motor will prevent damage by breaking the electrical circuit. Most motor overloads are caused by lack of bearing lubrication, low voltage, or from excessive belt tension. To reset it, youll need to push the motor's reset button, but do this only after the motor has had (7 comments)
Coal Firing Furnaces-New Hampshire and Vermont Series Part 4 - 09/14/09 07:06 PM
Coal Firing Furnaces-New Hampshire and Vermont Series Part 4, Most of todays coal firing furnaces, are also a wood firing furnace. How to remove the clinkers. You'll sure find it a lot easier to remove the clinker if you let the fire cool off for five to ten minutes before you go to remove it. Turn the stoker off and open the furnace's fire door to cool the fire. You can fill the hopper while the clinker is cooling. A clinker normally forms around the retort. Be sure to use a iron bar or poker to raise the clinker. Be sure (9 comments)
PowWow's in New Hampshire For September 2009 - 09/12/09 08:46 PM
PowWow's in New Hampshire For September 2009, that we can still attend and enjoy this year. Remember to always check with the PowWow sponsor, before taken off to travel any distance to attend. Times and dates do change from time to time. I have added phone numbers, that you can contact for information. At this time, this is all the information Baker Home, Commercial Propertie Inspections and Consulting, has at this time about the PowWow's, that are still coming up.
The PowWow drum is the heartbeat of the Indian Nation. It also Carey's the heartbeat of Mother Earth, thus the (19 comments)
Why don't you Volunteer to Drive Cancer Patients? - 09/09/09 11:29 PM
Why don't you Volunteer to Drive Cancer Patients?, did you know you can volunteer to drive cancer patients to and from their treatment appointments? Through the road to recovery program, of the American Cancer Society's, you sure can help cancer patients to get to their treatment appointments.
Just how close are we to a cure for Cancer?
For more information on how you can give a helping hand, to help drive cancer from the face of Mother Earth. Call your local American Cancer Society today, or visit the main website. Its really up to each and every (12 comments)
Your Private Septic System and the Soil Type on your Property Part One - 09/03/09 08:44 PM
Your Private Septic System and the Soil Type on your Propertu Part One, there sure has been a great deal of study on just how will the soil of a property handles the waste and pathogens in the septic effuent. The EPA has been defining the Septic Wastewater Infiltration System or drainfield, by the limiting conditions of the site in a much more thorough mannet than just a simple perocoltion test, just how rapidly the soil of the property absorbs the water. There sure does need to be adequarte depth to what is called the, limiting condition. Now this refers to (18 comments)
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