Posts tagged with "outdoor"
With summer finally showing its face in Southern Ontario, it’s time to take a look at how to stay safe during these hot times. Heat exhaustion, dehydration and heat stroke are all common issues and can be particularly bad for the very young, the elderly and those with persistent health issues. Here are some things […]Read more
Patio grilling is one of the best parts of summer life. There’s nothing better than some flame-kissed food to round out a tough day. One important thing to remember when grilling is that, like any other piece of equipment, a barbeque needs to be maintained and treated with respect. This will not only lend to […]Read more
So you’re buying a new barbeque? Good for you! Summer is made for sizzle and you are ready to join the league of great outdoor chefs. One thing you need to consider before the grill even leaves the store, though, is what kind of fuel you would like to use. There are many options to […]Read more
By Diana Marszalek, Associated Press | October 15, 2014 5:52 PM ET From the National Post As fun as summer at the cottage is, Sue Vanderwiel and family also make the most of their Apple River, Ill. vacation home in the winter. That’s when “it is much quieter, and we can just hang out, play […]Read more
I just got back from a “Baeumler Approved” (baeumlerapproved.ca) vendors meeting at the Lowes opening in Burlington. Here we met with not only Bryan himself, but got to talk to fellow contractors about the exciting things we were seeing in the industry. Frequent readers of these blogs will know how we routinely talk about how […]Read more