Did you know that we fill 20# propane bottles (as long as they are not over 12 years old/government regulations) for $17.99? Not to worry if your cylinder is older because we can exchange it for a re-certified bottle with a new safety valve for $19.99.
Did you know that we sharpen chain saw chains? We charge 10 cents per link (usually between $5.50-$7.50 total), so take your chain off the saw and bring it in to be sharpened!
Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to enjoy a romantic night by candlelight, however most other nights you don’t want to be caught in the dark. Be prepared for power outages with the Pulsar Gas 4 Stroke Peak 6000W Generator. It has a single cylinder 10 HP air cooled engine and four 120V outlets, one … Continue reading Don’t Get Caught In The Dark… Unless It’s Your Choice
Welcome to 2015! The weather outside may be frightful, but we have some items to help you make winter more delightful…well at least a bit more bearable. With much of the foliage removed from the winter landscape, wildlife viewing can be easier and more enjoyable. You can enjoy watching winter birds right in your own … Continue reading Taking Care Of Our Feathered Friends
Let’s celebrate the savings of the season! Starting with batteries, the staple of every successful Christmas morning. The North Pole sent us a special delivery at a price point that will jingle your bells! Rayovac AA and AAA alkaline batteries last as long as Duracell Coppertop and Energizer Max-Guaranteed! Mercury free, these batteries will … Continue reading Tis The Season To Start Saving
Since some water pipes are located either outside or in unheated areas where the temperature may occasionally drop below the freezing point of water, any water in the pipework may potentially freeze. When water freezes, it expands due to negative thermal expansion, and this expansion can cause failure of a pipe system in a number … Continue reading Important consideration during the upcoming season is keeping your water pipes winter-safe.
“Winter will bring a frosty bite and next summer will be its mirror opposite, so get ready for a one-two punch,” says Janice Stillman, editor of The Old Farmer’s Almanac. Now is a good time to start thinking about how to lower those heating bills this season, while still maintaining a comfortable home. Here are … Continue reading Baby It’s (Going To Get) Cold Outside.
In honor of National Fire Prevention Month we have several must have products to help keep your family and home safe and prepared. Almost 60% of reported home fire deaths resulted from fires in homes with no working smoke alarms. The First Alert SA303CN3 battery powered smoke alarm with silence button is a reliable option. … Continue reading National Fire Prevention Month