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Why You Should Get Your Chimney Swept Before Winter

Why You Should Get Your Chimney Swept Before Winter   Pittsburgh is a mixture of unique neighborhoods, mixed with older and newer homes, many of which already come with a fireplace. In fact, a report from the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association (HPBA) cites that almost half of American homes have a chimney installed. With … Continue reading “Why You Should Get Your Chimney Swept Before Winter”

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ED’S WOODSHED FOCUSES ON FIRE PREVENTION WEEK

Bridgeville, PA, October 8, 2017: In honor of Fire Prevention Week, Ed’s Woodshed is spreading the word about chimney fires. Per the National Fire Protection Association, nearly 30% of house fires from 2009-2013 were primarily caused by a dirty chimney. Ed’s Woodshed wants to educate their friends and neighbors about the important of scheduling an … Continue reading “ED’S WOODSHED FOCUSES ON FIRE PREVENTION WEEK”

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Planning a Labor Day Party-Ideas for the Grill

With summer just days from ending, so begins Labor Day party planning. As vegie gardens and farm stands overflow with tomatoes, zucchini and sweet corn, now is the time to start perusing your favorite recipe blog for late summer grilling recipes. But if your grill has seen better days, it may be time to part with it.

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How to Cook Ribs

Many of our friends and neighbors in Pittsburgh are quite experienced throwing a few burgers and dogs on the grill. After all, most of our dinner tables move to the patio during the summer and we gather round for Sunday brunch during fall tailgate parties. However, it may only be on certain occasions that you’ll cook those sweet, sticky, tangy ribs everyone’s mouth waters for. But why the lack of love for this swine specialty?

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How to Choose the Best Gas Grill

With Memorial Day just days away, what better way to ring in the unofficial start of summer than a cookout! There is simply nothing better than grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, corn on the cob and those famous Pittsburgh Potatoes.

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Gas Grills: Buying Propane or Natural Gas

With Memorial Day just days away, what better way to ring in the unofficial start of summer than a cookout! There is simply nothing better than grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, corn on the cob and those famous Pittsburgh Potatoes.

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Getting Your Gas Grill Ready for Spring

Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, the sunning is shining, and your mouth is beginning to water at the very thought of some good barbeque. Finally, it is time to pull out the grill, invite some friends over, grab some drinks and have a good time.

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Picking the Perfect Grill for Spring

Alright Pittsburgh, grilling season has arrived! After months of crockpot chili and oven roasted chicken we move our kitchens outside for summer favorites like grilled vegetables, shish kabobs and crowd pleasers like hamburgers & hot dogs! And, unless you’ve braved the cold winter grilling outside or you have an indoor grill, you may be itching to cross off a new grill from your “honey-do” list.

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Improving the Value of Your Home with a New Fireplace

When you consider upgrading your home, you may want to renovate your kitchen or add a deck to the backyard. Maybe you haven’t considered getting a new fireplace, but you should know that gas, wood, and electric fireplaces are all popular choices for home upgrades.

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Tips for Choosing a New Fireplace

When the chilly autumn days fade into cold winter nights, there’s nothing more satisfying than curling up next to a fire. Whether you are drawn in by the warmth or the charm, be sure to follow Ed’s WOODSHED tips when selecting the perfect fireplace for your home…

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