Snow Sale Forecast

If last week wasn’t enough of a blow … we are still pushing our Snow Thrower Cab and Cover Sale through March 20th with discount code: MarchSnow at checkout on clasicaccessories.com Hopefully our East Coast friends won’t need it much longer than that! The new threat comes after the second nor’easter in a week bringing another round of freezing temperatures and snowfall to the region.

1.  Deluxe Snow Thrower Cab  |  2. Snow Thrower Cab  |  3. Snow Thrower Cover

Our roomy and rugged snow thrower cabs protect against the worst weather and snow blow-back. Our Weather-X fabrics are designed to not shrink or stretch and resist both water and snow with freeze resistant SUPER clear vinyl windows.

The cabs easily install with simple hand tools (no drilling required) and come with quick-release springs that allow the cab to be easily removed for transport and/or storage.

End the snow season with our snow thrower covers that provide excellent protection against any mood mother nature is in. Heavy duty weather protected fabric provides all season protection. The fabric is coated for water resistance, repellency and mildew protection. The cover will not shrink, stretch, or crack in the cold.

For best off-season storage tips, here is what Nearsay suggests:

1. Add Fuel Stabilizer

Before filling up your blower with gas, add a fuel stabilizer. This prevents the fuel from degrading with time, keeping it fresh and clean. Without this stabilizer, the gas can degrade, allowing dirt, debris, and other contaminants to damage the engine. After adding the stabilizer, run the engine for a few minutes to ensure it circulates throughout the internal components.

2. Tighten Loose Ends

Throughout its seasonal use, some parts of the snowblower may become loose or worn. To prevent such a small issue from causing major problems, perform minor maintenance at the end of the season. Before storing the equipment, tighten any loose nuts, bolts, and fasteners. Replace worn-out parts and mechanisms, as they may corrode or degrade during the off-season.

3. Limit Exposure

Store your blower in a secure location free from exposure to the elements. Sunlight, rain, wind, and other types of weather can cause damage to your power tool. We suggest placing  a specialized cover over it, which will further prevent moisture from accumulating in the machine.

Stay warm, and stay safe friends.

Sources:
nearsay.com
www.clickondetroit.com
www.cnn.com
abcnews.go.com

 

Snow Sale Forecast

The dreaded tear down


Does simply looking at images of tangled lights stress you out?
What about mishandled keepsake ornaments …

Wrapping paper bins that you would rather hide in a closet, than really deal with …

or deflated lawn decorations whose boxes you tossed in the mass recycle day after the holidays …
Yeah, me too.
Luckily we have the storage solution that won’t get your tinsel in a tangle. Our Seasons Collection is designed for all of these mementos at the end of the season.

When tis the season to find the trimmings, these clever and beautiful organizers from the Seasons Collection will add comfort and joy. This complete holiday decoration storage line of protectively padded bags and totes keeps your ornaments organized, lights looped and trees tucked safely away. Each is carefully made with high quality materials, and you’ll find thoughtful touches like clear identification labels, windowed lids and a beautiful holiday inspired fabric. All the better to keep your treasures and your memories safe. Try them out this season at classicaccessories.com

 
 
 

Photo Credits:
paramount builders
rebellion of love
WrapIt
K1017 FM

The dreaded tear down

August Check Lists

Laura Gaskill, a Houzz contributor, posted this August checklist for a late Summer reminder that when seasons start to come to an end – we can do simple tasks around our homes to welcome Fall the moment the first cold morning comes.

Laura goes on to say:

Stretch out these last days of summer by squeezing in a few more home projects, savoring simple pleasures and, when the time comes, cleaning up the beach toys and preparing the house for a busy fall. Pick from these to-dos to create your perfect August plan.

Truro Cape Cod beach-style-exterior
Finish up outdoor projects. Make use of the long August days to finish up any outdoor projects you started (or intended to start) over the summer

Check your home for signs of pests. It’s not a pleasant subject, but being proactive when it comes to pests in and around your home is much better than trying to solve a pest problem that has gotten out of hand.

Surf Shack beach-style-living-room

Clean and store summer gear. Toss out cracked or broken toys, and shop end-of-season sales to replace items if needed.

Organize family photos. Have a bunch of new photos from your summer adventures? Take this opportunity to sort and organize them — back up digital photos with cloud-based storage, and make an album or a book of recent photos.

Get organized for back to school (and work). Consider what would make this fall run more smoothly for your family: a few extra hooks in the entryway to handle coats and bags.

Houzz Photo

Organize closets before fall shopping. Before making any new purchases, spend some time assessing what you already have in the closet.

Manhattan Beach Home closet

Clean out the garage. If you haven’t cleaned out your garage in a while, it’s likely this project will take an entire weekend (or more), so plan accordingly.

9 Howard Street - Nantucket beach-style-garage

Schedule some do-nothing time on your patio. It can be surprisingly hard to relax and simply do nothing, even when you do have a pocket of free time. It’s the last few long days of summer – enjoy your outdoor rooms and spaces that you have spent the Summer tending to. This weekend sounds like the perfect time for that. Don’t you agree?

Schoolhouse Electric Fall '15 Catalog

Read more by Laura Gaskill here and visit Houzz.com for more design inspiration for your corner of the world, your home.

Source: Houzz.com for blog post and photos

 

August Check Lists

Before you put it away

Heaters

It doesn’t matter where you live, Arizona to Massachusetts, Fall is welcomed with cooler evenings on the patio when we try and enjoy them before a nice crisp night can turn into a FREEZING one. The season’s here for covering patio furniture and deep cleaning our grills for the last time and storing our patio heaters. We found some great tips to getting your patio heater ready for longer storage with Henry Kotara from Patio Heaters 4U.

Starting with removing water marks with a non-abrasive cleaner on your stainless steel heater. Always allowing enough time to air dry.

Water Marks on Steel

Check your LPG gas cylinder for normal wear and tear and its hoses and valves are in good condition. Never store a propane gas cylinder indoors or below ground level.
LPG gas cylinder
Do a quick check that all nuts are tightened.
tighten bolts2

Lastly, always store your patio heater with a cover designed specifically for it’s shape. Check ours out here, just in time for Fall.

 

Source: Patio Heaters 4u, Street Directory – Gardening
Image Sources: McDermid Ind Solutions, Evgeny Karandaev

Before you put it away