Denville Do it Best

Denville Do it Best
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Under-Insulated Homes Could Cost You (

Under-Insulated Homes Could Cost You ( Are your #airconditioner bills reaching record levels this summer? It might not be entirely because of the weather, although, obviously, that plays a strong part! Did you know that poor insulation can be a common reason your house does not say cool in the summer? If you're considering the poorly insulated attic or basement as a culprit, you're on the right track! Improperly insulated attics or basements can cost homeowners or renters as much as 30% extra per year on their utility bills. An article in Greener Ideal discusses insulation in the attic and basement in a recent blog post we wanted to share today: "According to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, buildings account for 40% of global energy consumption. Clearly, the potential for energy savings through better insulation is huge." "By sealing air leaks in a typical older house and upgrading insulation levels in the attic and basement (the two most accessible areas for adding insulation), it's possible to cut heating and cooling costs by 30% or more." Full article here ( Also, make sure you visit Do It Best online, we have a huge selection of window and insulation equipment to make sure your cooling bills stay reasonable this summer. Follow the link at the top of today's post to check out our website. #insulation #summer #tips

Summer Storage Shed Solutions! (

Summer Storage Shed Solutions! ( Forgive the #alliteration in today's title, but it was too good to resist! Summer time means hanging out in the garden, planting tomatoes, backyard BBQ's and swimming pools - but these activities require behind-the-scenes maintenance. And this maintenance requires tools and tools, require storage! "This cascade blow molded resin storage shed is constructed of durable double-wall resin with wood grain texture and a functional vent. It has metal reinforced shingle style roof panels and a reinforced floor for tractor support. It has lockable metal handles for security and the robust double doors have metal hinges. We love the decorative door windows and side window, aesthetic and functional!" This shed is very easy to put together and is nice and sturdy! Don't risk tripping over rakes, shovels and other gardening equipment next time you have friends and family over. Step up your storage game with items like the Suncast Storage Shed. You can follow the link above to browse more product details from the Suncast shed, or find others like it on the Do It Best website. The best part is, you can get most items shipped to your local Do It Best location completely free! #DoitBest #storage #outdoors #organization

Have you ever wondered what the secret is for grilling the best ribs? Watch for tips from a grilling pro! Entire video is 54 seconds long, so take the extra minute! Your guests and your stomach will thank you.
Chad Ward, our legendary BBQ expert, shared a few tips for grilling ribs to perfection To be the resident Pit Master, you will need to know how to grill pork...

Summer Maintenance Checklist - (

Summer Maintenance Checklist - ( We know doing #chores isn't your favorite idea for a summer weekend activity, but occasionally, they must be done! But trust us, you'll feel better afterward, and your quality of life will also be better. Having to deal with unexpected maintenance costs a lot more time and money than routine maintenance! We found a helpful blog post from Starts at 60 with some advice for what to add to your summer home maintenance checklist. The full article is available through the link above, but here are a couple tips from their article to get started: "*Check your roof*" "Unfortunately, summer season also means storm season in certain areas. Check your roof annually to ensure that you don't have any problems. Whether you have just ended your rainy season or are about to begin it, checking your roof regularly will assist in finding a small problem before it becomes a large, leaky one. Depending on the type of roof, you may also want to clean your roof to avoid any permanent water damage." "*Clean the gutters*" "Prevent clogging and unnecessary leaks by cleaning the gutters at least twice a year: once at late fall/early winter, after all of the leaves have fallen and prior to the first snowfall, and once at late spring/early summer after flowers, seeds and blossoms are done blowing off." Visit the Do It Best website and get started with equipment for your summer maintenance to-do list: ( #homeimprovement #summer #maintenance

Campfire's Getting Too Wild? (

Campfire's Getting Too Wild? ( Sitting around a #campfire is a tradition among campers, and I think we can all agree it's a very enjoyable activity. S'mores, hot dogs, songs, and even ghost stories are some campfire favorites. But if you've ever attempted to build a campfire on your own, without previous experience, you might recall that it's not as easy as it looks! And as the picture below shows, it's also easy to get a little carried away with your fire. If you're not trying to signal the space shuttle with your next campfire, maybe a few tips from our campfire guide" on the Do It Best website would be helpful? You can follow the link above for the full rundown, but today we wanted to provide some *helpful starting tips for the next camping trip. Here's a description of the "log cabin" stacking technique: "Log Cabin" Step 1: Place two larger pieces of firewood parallel with space in between them. Then add two more logs on top, perpendicular to the first set, making a square. Step 2: Add tinder in the center of the square, adding a few more layers of logs, so that it starts to resemble a log cabin. Step 3: Top off the square by adding tinder and kindling and now you're ready to light the fire. Click the link above to visit the site for more information, we even have helpful camping products in case you're still having trouble with the campfire. #camping #outdoors #funny image credit to reddit user cantbeatcaptcha

Backyard Chicken Coop's; Fun for the Whole Family! (