|Volume 1, Issue 4||October 2003|
With cold weather approaching, it's time to inspect your home heating system to make sure that it's safe and in peak operating condition. No furnace will keep functioning efficiently without regular maintenance. Ideally, the furnace should be inspected by a heating professional at least once annually just before its initial start-up for the season. Many heating companies offer annual maintenance contracts with a new furnace. This service is also available for older furnaces which often require a bit more maintenance. Even if you do your own annual maintenance, the system should be inspected by a heating professional every three to five years.
The first step in a furnace tune-up... Read More!
A neat caulking job can be the difference between a nice looking bathroom and an outstanding looking bathroom. But knowing the best products and techniques to do the job right are not always that simple. By following these simple tricks of the trade, you’ll be sure to achieve professional-looking results for your bathroom project. Read more!
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Here are some of Dom DeLuise's best recipes for you and your family to enjoy!
Italian Green Beans — Just like my mother used to make... an absolutely fabulous side dish!
Crab and Cucumber Hors D'Oeuvres — An appetizer that will blow your guests away!
Prepping for that “Jeopardy” appearance? Looking to amaze your friends with obscure references they will ask you to define? Or are you just a lover of useless knowledge and arcane historical information? This trivia quiz is for you! You are most likely to hear these terms when discussing repairing or refurbishing furniture or household objects.