Fireplace Inserts Convert Open Fireplaces to Efficient Heat

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If you are considering reviving an old, out of use hearth, an perfect option is a fireplace insert. Easily bring to life that old fireplace while bringing your home an efficient and beautiful source of heat. Fireplace inserts are a great way to add the warmth and ambiance of a fire to an existing home without expensive renovations, and they allow you to instantly add the warmth and ambiance of a wood burning fire to your home.

Fireplace inserts, whether gas, wood or pellet, give every room an unexpected finishing touch. All the fireplace inserts at the Fireplace Showcase are finished to a very high standard, and feature a blower to circulate the heat throughout your home. Fireplace inserts give off a great deal of warmth, and can heat any room on a cold winter's night, adding a welcome place to gather and relax.

Fireplace inserts are energy efficient making them a cost-effective and simple solution for your inefficient open fireplace. We offer fireplace inserts that can fit into almost any room. Additionally, the top and sides of the units stay cool, which is great for a home with children.

For more information, contact The Fireplace Showcase.


All the Benefits of Modular Homes

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The rising cost of the building materials and labor has always been a big huddle that has stopped people from building their own homes. This problem, however, has now been solved, as modular homes gain popularity.

Modular homes are prefabricated homes consisting of multiple sections known as modules that are build in a factory. The modules are then brought to the building site and assembled. The modules can be placed end-to-end, side-by-side or stacked on top of each other to get a multi story building. Thus, these types of houses provide flexibility in styles and floor plans.

Modular homes have a large number of benefits over traditionally built homes. Not only are these homes beautiful and economical, but they require less time in the construction process. It is also very easy to add additions to modular homes when need arises. As the modules are constructed in factories, there is low waste and site disturbance compared to its counterpart; thus, environment friendly. As the construction of modules is done indoors, weather conditions does not damage the building materials. Moreover the risk of mold, mildew, rust and sun damage is also eliminated. Thus, these homes are healthier than the conventional site build buildings.

For more information on building a modular home in Virginia, contact Tidewater Custom Modular Homes.

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Fall Outdoor Events in Boston Need Portable Toilets

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The fall is the time of year when many schools and town celebrate their heritage, their community and their residents. And why not, in the Boston area, we have a lot to celebrate, with history, great schools and the fall season in general.

A couple of weeks ago, NSC Restrooms was privileged to service Pembroke 300 with several portable toilets and hand sanitizing stations. While Pembroke celebrated it’s 300th year, we were made sure all of their residents and guests were comfortable.

Is your town or school hosting a fall festival, centennial celebration or heritage day? If so, trust NSC Restrooms with your guest comfort and provide the convenience of well maintained, and well serviced portable toilets.

Contact NSC Restrooms for your fall outdoor event.


MYT Custom Tie-Down – M10 version

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This is an update on our M10 tie-down. We have been rushing to restock these, having sold out almost immediately. We never thought that they would be so popular! We are going to have more ready by the week of the 15th, hopefully on that Monday.


41st Annual Gopher Hill Festival in Ridgeland, SC

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If you live in an apartment in Ridgeland, SC, then you get to enjoy a festival that is all your own. Starting today and running through Saturday, October 6 is the Gopher Hill Festival.

The 41st Annual Gopher Hill Festival is here, and Time to celebrate! This is Jasper County's centennial year, so the theme for 2012 is "Educators Through the Years".  

On Thursday, October 4 will the Pink Tub Race the Baking Contest, Gopher Idol Talent Contest, Pet Competition followed by a spectacular firework show.   

On October 5th at 6:00 pm, the fun continues with the Gopher Hill Food and Craft Market.  At 8:00 p.m. it’s time to pull out the dancing shoes as the bandstand comes alive for your entertainment with the Fabulous Expressions.  Join us for the shag contest at 10:00 p.m.
 
Saturday morning will showcase the 5K Run/Walk at 7:30 a.m. and the Grand Gopher Hill Parade at 10:00 a.m. The parade will be announced LIVE from the Clock, corner of Main St. and Jacob Smart Blvd.  The parade will pay tribute to our present and retired educators with floats.  Parade bicycles will be judged for the best decorated bicycle. Afterwards, the festival streets will be filled with arts and craft exhibitors showing off their creations.   There will be a variety of food vendors, rides, and all types of fun activities for the entire family.   
 
Also on Saturday, is the Open Car Show. Main Stage activities will start immediately after the parade with local talents entertaining during the day.
 
Saturday Night Entertainment begins with the street dance at 6:30 p.m on the Main Stage featuring Jason Courtney and recording artists Confederate Railroad from Nashville, Tennessee.
 
Information from gopherhillfestival.org