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If it's on the outside of your home, Champion Windows of Cleveland probably has a solution. Specializing in replacement windows, doors, siding, roofs, and sunrooms since 1953, Champion has developed into a one-stop-shop for all things exterior.All products that bear the Champion name are born out of an exclusive manufacturing process that's designed to produce solutions that fit better, save energy, and look beautiful. And you can see the products for yourself at one of Champion's two showrooms—one in Canton, one in Westlake—where touching, poking, and prodding is encouraged.As a general rule, if you're going to put it on your home, you should see it in-person before installatio ...
Every year, PR News' Digital PR Awards identifies industry leaders across 35 categories that represent excellence in PR and online communications. With categories from "Best Blog" to "Best Digital PR Campaign – 500K+," a wide range of brands and budgets are represented. This is a prestigious PR / digital award, and other brands that are finalists in different categories include The Coca-Cola Company, Kia Motors America, ABC Family, Major League Baseball, Allstate Insurance Company, Cisco Systems, and The Partnership at Drugfree.org. Film has the Academy Awards, Major League Baseball has the All-Star Game, and marketing firms have the Digital PR Awards. HGExpo is thrilled to annou ...
on 09/20/2013 - 12:21 pm
Category: Windows & Doors
Frame: The combination of the side jambs, head jamb, and sill that forms the rectangular support structure surrounding the window opening. Grilles: The bar(s) that separates two panes of glass on a sash. Typically, grilles are arranged in a grid pattern.Head Jamb: Sometimes just called the head, this is the horizontal piece that forms the top of the window frame.Lock Mechanism: A small, metal piece of hardware that prevents the window from being opened. Most commonly this is a small hook that, when rotated, connects the lower sash to the upper sash.Lower Sash: The bottom division of the window that rests on the sill and slides up.Pane: The smalles subdivision of glass in a window tha ...
on 09/13/2013 - 03:39 pm
Category: Building & Remodeling
Available golf course homes are hard to come by. They're highly valued and often very expensive. Waterfront golf course homes are even more scarce, especially in Northeast Ohio. This shortage of quality, beautiful homes with a view is what inspired Ron Palmer from Mallard Creek Golf Club to start development on the new community Mallard's Edge. And the building team at Palmers Development demand only the highest quality materials and finishes. That means 2x6 exterior wall construction, granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and open floor plans—standard.Take a virtual tour through a fully-furnished Mallard's Edge waterfront home for sale, and see what all the buzz is about.
Strongsville native Beth Goldberg noticed a leak in her basement and called Frank and his team of experts at On-Call Waterproofing. But when the team removed her drywall to get a better look, they discovered major cracks throughout her foundation—and serious buckling that could lead to a collapse.Beth had no idea her foundation was in such poor condition.On-Call Waterproofing got to work immediately on a full foundation rebuild.The team removed the old, buckling foundation, and installed a new foundation—this time with the proper systems to carry water away from the home.Thanks to Frank and On-Call Waterproofing, Beth's basement is dry. And her home is strong.
Every year Hinckley Roofing installs one new roof that they never get paid for. And they're ok with that.Each client that signs a contract with Hinckley Roofing is entered into the annual free roof giveaway. Once a year, Hinckley Roofing randomly chooses a lucky homeowner to get his or her new Owens Corning roofing system completely free.Not just a free tear off, leaky roof repair, or estimate. A brand new roof, complete with Hinckley's very special warranty: a 50-year warranty on all materials and labor from both Hinckley Roofing and Owens Corning.When asked about the future of the free roof giveaway, Field Supervisor and third-generation Hinckley roofer Nicholas Walkuski says, "We're going ...
on 09/12/2013 - 11:51 am
Category: Lawn & Garden
By Jane SnowMany people think of mid-summer as tomato season, but if you grow your own you know it’s September – at least here in Northeast Ohio. On one recent morning I filled a five-gallon bucket with handfuls of Sun Gold cherry tomatoes, bulbous, orange-streaked yellow Hillbilly tomatoes, pear-shaped (and sized) Japanese Truffle tomatoes, a couple of Purple Cherokees and one stunning, dark-purple Paul Robeson. The Paul Robeson was my find this year. My one plant, bought at the annual May plant sale at Crown Point Ecology Center in Bath, has produced an abundance of large, juicy tomatoes with exceptional flavor.But yikes, what to do when the trickle from the garden turns into a ...
on 09/10/2013 - 04:59 pm
Category: Windows & Doors
Windows seem pretty simple. There's a rectangular hole that needs to be fitted with glass and vinyl (or wood). So how much difference could 1/16-inch make? As it turns out, a lot.The problem is, homes aren't static structures. They bow and warp, contract and expand. They aren't always plumb and level, either.The tiny hardware mechanisms that open and close the window require absolute precision. Without it, you may be left with a window that doesn't quite close, or it requires excessive effort to force into place. Not only does this raise obvious security concerns, but it also presents cost and comfort issues.Plus, if the replacement window doesn't fit just right, air will move in and o ...
on 09/09/2013 - 04:46 pm
Category: Lawn & Garden
Reading, baking, reality TV—we all have hobbies that may, at times, dance on the edge of passion and obsession. For Uncle John's veteran Zak Kinzy, it's collecting a certain shade-tolerant perennial.Although Asian in origin, hostas fare extremely well in Northeast Ohio. According to Zak, the sunlight-optional plants are hardy enough to weather the cold and wind of fall and winter and still emerge each spring from dormancy. And aside from the occasional deer—who will eat practically anything, by the way—hostas also lack predators. This makes them the perfect choice for the novice (or experienced) gardener who's trying to add colorful foliage around the edges.Zak's interest w ...
This year was HGExpo's first at the Taste of Hudson culture festival, but it won't be our last. 6 exhibitors joined us in the HGExpo tent with experts from the roofing, outdoor and indoor design, organization, and lighting industries. The annual food, beer, wine, and music festival in Hudson, Ohio has become a local favorite for the Labor Day weekend.Encore GarageHinckley RoofingOutdoor Lighting PerspectivesSolarMax Cabinets & Granite DirectOutdoor Dreamscapes