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Power Line Failure in Barre!

Power Line Failure 2nd Video!

 
   


The Salmon Children’s Foundation
P. O. Box 187
Albion, New York 14411
585-589-5650

Books by Pam Covert:

Click on any one of the three books to order from Amazon.  All Books are available in paperback or Kindle version.

     

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The Mia Foundation

The Mia Foundation takes in dozens of animals born with deformities with the goal of giving them a chance at a life. 

WISHBONE'S TIPS -  KEEPING YOUR PETS SAFE AS WINTER WINDS DOWN (WE HOPE!) 

With Heavy rains, snow and continuing low temperatures through the Month of March Wishbone wants to remind you of a few tips to help keep the furry friends safe.  Rule Number 1 is, as always, Get Lots Of Rest!

1. When in doubt, bring them in. - If you are concerned that it might be too cold for your pets, bring them in.  Puppies, smaller dogs, older dogs and cats are especially at risk.
2. Watch out for antifreeze! - Antifreeze has a sweet taste that is attractive to Dogs.  It can cause sickness or death if ingested.  Keep containers up high and clean up spills immediately.
3. Look out for Feral Friends. - Cats that live outdoors cannot protect themselves from the weather extremes.  Consider providing a feral cat shelter for them.
4. Don't leave Pets in the car. - Leaving your pet in the car during extreme cold is dangerous.  The car can act like a freezer, trapping in cold air.
5. Watch for Frost. - Pay close attention to paw pads, tails and ears.  If you think your pet may have frostbite or hypothermia contact your Veterinarian.


At JimSalmon.com we do our best to inform you of the most competent, most reliable, most experienced professionals in our area.  Just because it's not a home repair or home maintenance business it doesn't escape notice when a business is top-notch.  

585-383-5600

Greenebaum Saiger & Kasdin is top notch. 

585-383-5600

If you haven't had your taxes prepared yet it's getting REALLY close! 

Give Greenebaum Saiger & Kasdin a call TODAY!!

585-383-5600


You've decided to upgrade your floors to hardwood and one of the first questions you're asked is... "Are you going to use solid hardwood or engineered hardwood?"  If you're like most people just beginning the hardwood flooring experience your answer to this question is probably a shrug of the shoulders.  

What's the difference between solid hardwood and engineered hardwood?  Don't worry.  Harman Hardwood Flooring Co. explains EVERYTHING!  

Click Here to hear their wonderful video explaining solid hardwood.

Click Here to hear their wonderful video explaining engineered hardwood.

If you think the difference is simply price you'd be wrong.  Click on the above links.  Each video is only about 2 minutes long.  You'll learn a great deal about not only the differences but which is better to use where, and more!

     585-546-1221

To visit their website where you will find an abundance of information and can view many different finishes  Click Here!


Antique wood trim, door knobs and leaded glass are just some of the items needed when renovating a historic home.  You want period pieces!  Nothing else will do!  ReHouse Architectural Salvage is just the place to go to find those otherwise hard to find items.  They have an incredible inventory, warehouse style, of all the perfect pieces you need!

Doors: Interior, exterior, wood, steel, storms, bifold, french, patio, and more.

Windows: Double hung, casement, insulated, wavy glass, storms, screens, and more.

Plumbing: Tubs, sinks, toilets, vanities, faucets, and more.

Antiques: Antique versions of most other categories plus a small collection of “non-building” items.

Lighting: Recessed, flush, hanging, etc.

Kitchens: Cabinets, countertops, some appliances, sinks, and more.

Hardware: Door knobs, hinges, door plates, skeleton keys, etc.

Heating: Furnaces, hot water heaters, radiators, fireplaces, air conditioners, etc.

Trim: Base board, window and door headers, crown molding, hardwood floors, etc. 

and More: You never know ... and it changes every day!

ReHouse Architectural Salvage 469 W Ridge Rd. Rochester, NY 14615 
585-288-3080


Here is a fact you probably never knew.  Or thought about.  And one you probably still won't care about.  You'll likely forget this by the time you next blink.  But we're going to tell you anyway.  There's a reason your lower cabinets are lifted and protrude slightly.  Aesthetic?  No, it might look aesthetic but it's not done just for aesthetic reasons.  The area, called a toe kick, allows you to stand closer to the counter while you're cooking.  Really.  


Click on the banner above to visit their website!  Be sure to click on the Menu tab and find their official blog as well, lots of good information!

Outdoor Solutions.  Indoor Solutions.  Pet Doors.  Total Solutions.  Pets are all different just like people are.  Some prefer to be outside as much as they possibly can.  Some prefer the couch!  Invisible Fence has the solution no matter the personality of your pet. 

And for those that prefer - they now offer Wire Free-Worry Free.  GPS 2.0 containment technology is the most advanced pet fence on the market. You can set customized boundaries in the size and shape that you choose.  No digging. And best of all, no limits, but the ones you choose.  It’s a whole new way to live with your pet, and it’s only from Invisible Fence!

720 Westfall Road
Rochester, NY 14620 
585-271-1700


 

NICHOLS ELECTRIC + NICHOLS PLUMBING =

NICHOLS ELECTRIC & PLUMBING

 


The Lozier Environmental Consulting, Inc. laboratory is an accredited New York State Department of Health ELAP-certified laboratory for the analysis of airborne fibers, asbestos bulk materials, and microbiology of potable/non-potable water.

Lozier is also licensed by the New York State Department of Labor for the handling of asbestos materials (restrictive, non-abatement activities) and mold assessments.


And For The Adults:

A Time for Mercy by John Grisham

Troubles in Paradise by Elin Hilderbrand