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Remote control your home...............................4 Hi-tech ways to protect your home....................6 Cooking with cast iron.....................................8 Shades of gray.............................................10 Pallet pleasing.............................................12 Build a clay-pot smoker.................................14 It’s smart to soften water...............................16 Keep your garden growing during frost...........18 Protect your family three ways.......................20 Keeping older homes toasty...........................21 A rustic remodel...........................................22 Potato Pancakes...........................................24 Hawaiian Toast.............................................25 Keeping the power going...............................26 Keeping up with flooring...............................28 What’s cooking in kitchens.............................30 Choosing the right furnace.............................32 Avoid gutter cleaning....................................33 Maintain your septic system...........................34 Increasing your home value...........................35 Less messy remodeling..................................36 Creating fall curb-appeal...............................37 Winterize your home.....................................38 Smart tips for winter.....................................40 Professional service directory....................42-45 Common home safety issues...........................46
Remote control your home By KEVIN HOWELL Staff Writer
Turning on your exterior lights at home can be as easy as talking on your phone— from work. “Siri, turn on the lights.” Or maybe you want your coffee ready— immediately when you get out of bed. “Siri, turn on the coffee maker.” Home automation is growing in popularity as society becomes more and more wireless and interconnected. Users can configure all their home services through the Internet, using a WiFi connection to monitor and control such utilities and equipment as lights, HV/AC systems, locks and appliances. “You can buy an interface for just about anything now,” said Frank Zamarelli, president of Salem Computer Center. “Eventually the interfaces will be built in during (home) construction.” Zamarelli said home automation is about having control over the home from anywhere. He summed up the process with one word— convenience. “Does it make the home operate better, I don’t know,” he explained. “But it is pretty nice to be able to unlock the door from half a country away because your wife locked her keys in the car.” Shown is an example of the Apple Thermostat that can be synced with the Apple HomeKit™, a home automation system that links devices made by any manufacturer and controlled by voice command through Siri. (Apple photo)
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There are many manufacturers of home automation kits, but with HomeKit, Apple has created a common language that smart devices from any manufacturer can understand and support, creating total home control from one source. More interestingly— and far more conveniently— HomeKit users can operate the system hands free with a voice command using Siri. By pairing a HomeKit-enabled accessory and iOS device, Siri commands can be used to turn it on or off, or adjust it (depending on what the accessory does). Users can also set up homes, zones, rooms, or scenes in order to command specific areas of a home, such as a room, and actions for several areas, such as a “bedtime” command which could shut off lights, locks doors and set the thermostat at a sleeping temperature around the entire home. email@example.com
Shown is an example of a home automation system which provides users the ability to control home services from an alternate location through a cell phone or tablet app.
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Hi-tech ways to protect your home Homeowners are able to set up helpful. Water damage accounts for systems that program the house a significant portion of home insurdoors to unlock, certain lights to ance claims, and being able to idencome on, and the thermostat to ad- tify potential water problems and just to preselected settings auto- address them early can save time matically when someone arrives at and money. the home. The FloLogic System is engiConsider the increasing popularity of smart appliances such as moIn addition, homes can be pro- neered to act like a circuit breaker tion-sensor lights, programmable grammed to send emails or text for the plumbing system in the thermostats and sound-control sur- messages to alert homeowners to home, and it may be fitted to any round systems. Such technologies potential problems, which can be home, old or new. The system will likely expand as ways to make addressed before they escalate into monitors the water flow throughout the home. homes not only more comfortable, expensive repairs. but also safer and more efficient. The system is designed to shut off Another point in favor of smart Smart home technology is be- home technology: resale value. If the water if it detects any sign of a coming increasingly affordable and you want to boost the value of your leak, from something as large as a will become increasingly common in home, smart home technology is a broken pipe to as small as a pinworthwhile investment, and a sys- hole. It sounds an alarm at the connew homes. tem that monitors plumbing is a trol pad and shuts off the water. For example, in 2013, approxi- good place to start. The FloLogic System may be mately half of all new homes built in Preventing water damage is one linked in with a home security systhe United States included structured wiring, which is needed for the area in which smart home monitor- tem and will be WiFi enabled by transmission of high-speed video. ing technology can be especially year end. (NewsUSA) - The smart home has gone mainstream. Currently available technology allows homeowners to further personalize the environments in their homes and to monitor their homes remotely.
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The FloLogic System is engineered to act like a circuit breaker for the plumbing system in the home, and it may be fitted to any home, old or new. The system monitors the water flow throughout the home.
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Cooking with cast iron By KATIE WHITE Staff Writer
Cooks on a lower cookbook buying budget can alLISBON — Shoved to the back of household kitchen cupboards by those favoring more low-maintenance ways browse Pinterest or other online websites for nonstick skillets over the years, the cast iron skillet is recipe ideas, or just strike up a conversation with a cast iron skillet owner. making a comeback. The skillets can be used to make anything from People appear to be realizing the pay back the dark, heavy, not always beautiful but certainly functional steak, homemade macaroni and cheese, cornbread, cookware offers, like their heat retention, durability, and stir frys and roasted vegetables. versatility — they can be used both on the stove top or in the oven. Bonappetit.com cautions that cooks should avoid attempting to use cast iron skillets for lighter fish, like It also helps that, according to a Tampa Bay news- tilapia fillet, however. Thicker fish could be attempted. paper article published earlier this year, a preseasoned Cooks should also avoid attempting recipes that call version of the skillets was released by Lodge about a for tomato sauce, like marinara or bolognese, as the decade ago, making owning a cast iron skillet a little acidity is not good for the pan. more simple for cooks. The website also cautions against using vinegar or Lodge skillets are typically available in Walmart or Tar- wine to deglaze the pan. get stores. The company also has a cookbook available for those willing to shell out roughly $24, according While the skillets have a lot to offer, the fact that they to the article. must be treated differently than other nonstick pans may have caused cooks to shy away. It’s called, Lodge Cast Iron Nation: Great American Cooking from Coast to Coast. A cook used to the nonstick versions may routinely throw some soap and water in the pan for a wash after 8 | all about home/fall-winter 2015 page
a good meal and then realize it was a terrible mistake, as the suds begin to flow everywhere. Bonappetit.com says proper care comes down to avoiding metal scouring pads, as they can result in scratches and the removal of the layers of seasoning. The food magazine recommends rubbing the skillets down with kosher salt and a kitchen towel while it is still warm, then wiping it down with fat, like flaxseed oil or lard. The skillets can be reseasoned by applying a film of fat over the panâ€™s interior and exterior after it is fully scrubbed and then placing it in a 350-degree oven with a sheet pan or foil underneath. The skillet should remain in the oven for one hour and then cool, according to bonappetit.com. If you have a cast iron skillet or plan to buy one, try your luck with this Foodnetwork.com cornbread recipe: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alexandra-guarnaschelli/cast-ironskillet-corn-bread-recipe.html firstname.lastname@example.org
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Shades of gray
By MARY ANN GREIER Staff Writer
SALEM — Is gray the new white in home decorating? “I don’t know if it’s the new white, but it’s definitely affecting the market,” according to Bill Allison. Allison owns Superior Paints in Salem and he’s used to seeing trends change in the paint palette. Right now he said there’s a tendency to go gray. “We’re starting to see more use of gray off-whites. The trend before was beige and a creamier off-white,” he said. “And now the trend is gray...grayer tones in the off-whites.”
In paints, there are many gray tones available for home decorating, whether the homeowner is looking to update the walls and trim or perhaps perk up a piece of furniture.
When asked why he thought the trend was moving toward gray, he commented that it’s just time for a change. Allison explained that the paint industry follows behind the fashion industry, noting that the colors they produce for the fashion industry eventually make it into paints for the home decorating industry. The names of the shades vary as much as the tones themselves, such as Stormy Monday, Barren Plain, Secret, Wrought Iron, Sea Haze, Storm, Cinder, Pewter, Silver Half Dollar and Metropolitan.
He also said there’s a trend to use softer tones in all colors and they can be gray-toned, both for walls and wood trim. In new homes, he said people are generally leaning toward the cooler tones of color and using muted grays. Custom-made stains can be used at a customer’s request. “There’s definitely a trend toward painted kitchens rather than varnished kitchens,” he said. One of the reasons grays are coming into the mix could be because stainless steel appliances are becoming so popular, Allison said. In his experience, the market is cyclical. “What’s old is new again,” he said. email@example.com
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The counter he made for our kitchen was probably the biggest pallet project he’s done. Part of our kitchen has a circular breakfast nook which until recently had been an area of unused space. We love the shape of the area, but it was difficult to arrange furniture in. Our kitchen is small and we really wanted to utilize this space, so my husband came up with the idea to build a countertop out of pallets that would wrap around the circular wall. Again, he simply used his imagination when it came to designing the counter and just improvised as he went along. As mentioned, chances are the pallets one may be working with won’t be expensive, which allows the builder room for flexibility and imagination. If a mistake it made it’s easy to just start over. We stained the finished counter top a sea foam green and it has since become the focal point of our eclectic kitchen. Pallets can be used in any size project. For instance my husband also made a simple outdoor crate in less than 30 minutes. I was trying to figure out how to display fall flowers and pumpkins on our porch. He told
me he had an idea and whipped up the crate before I had time to see what he was doing. He didn’t bother staining it, just left it in its natural state, and it worked perfectly. Pallets have an innumerable amount of uses. All it takes is a little imagination and the right tools to get started. Whether it be patio furniture, shelves, decorative signs or something as simple as a crate to set pumpkins on, the pallet possibilities are endless.
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Build a clay-pot smoker 2. Drill a hole. Use a masonry or glass-and-tile bit to If the thought of smoking meat and fish conjures up images of heaps of hardwood, a large smokehouse, drill a hole — or enlarge an existing hole — in the botand a big investment of time and cash, think again. You tom of the large clay pot for the hot plate’s electrical can start small with this simple homemade clay-pot plug to pass through. To minimize the chance of damage as you drill the hole, cradle the pot on a bag of smoker that assembles quickly. sand for support. Begin this weekend proj3. Assemble a handle for ect with a shopping trip for the lid. Use the eye bolt, bolt, readily available materials, or washers, nuts, and a 6-inch by rooting around at home length of wood or wood for spare parts. So, find your dowel. Drill a hole in the botmaterials, lay out your tools, tom of the clay cover for the and let’s get cooking — outhandle assembly. doors. How to Build a Smoker 1. Purchase materials. Follow the materials list below. Because you’ll acquire parts to build this homemade smoker from a variety of sources, measure as you go and purchase the parts in the following order: • Electric hot plate. The smaller, the better, but make sure it runs on at least 1,000 watts to maintain the temperature required for smoking meats. • Clay pot. The bottom must be large enough to accommodate the hot plate and control knob, with a little room to spare.
4. Test-fit the parts. Position a few 2-inch-thick brick or patio block scraps inside the pot to prop up the hot plate for air circulation. Place the pie pan for wood chips on top of the hot plate, insert the cooking grate, and then add the cover. When everything fits, you’ll be ready to start smoking. Prop the pot on three bricks or patio blocks. If your cooking grate wobbles or tilts, create three support lips for the grate to rest on using dabs of silicone caulk on the inside of the larger pot.
• Grate. You can find a grate at hardware stores or online. The one you choose must be of the right diameter to nestle inside your clay pot about 1/4 of the way down the sides.
5. Get smokin’. Position the smoker outdoors on a noncombustible surface in a sheltered area. On the trial run of my homemade smoker, a 5-pound brisket took 4-1/2 hours to get to the recommended internal temperature of 180 degrees Fahrenheit.
• Cover. Find a pot tray or a clay pot that will fit over, inside of, or directly on top of the lip of the larger pot. The cover should create a decent seal and not be prone to sliding off the larger clay pot.
Some trial and error will be required to find the hot plate setting that will keep your DIY smoker within the desired temperature range — between 210 and 220 degrees.
• Handle. Make sure the handle assembly hardware will work with the cover you chose.
Use gloves to handle the hot components of your smoker, and keep curious kids and pets away from the designated smoking area.
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Meat Smoker Materials List • Electric hot plate, 1,000 watts or greater • Clay pot, 12-inch to 16-inch diameter • Smaller clay pot or tray for lid • Circular cooking grate, sized to pot interior • 5 to 7 pieces of 2-inch-thick brick or patio block scraps • Metal pie pan • Oven thermometer with range up to 220 degrees Fahrenheit For handle assembly • 1 eye bolt, 3/8-inch or 1/2-inch x 6-inch, with 2 washers and 2 nuts • 1 bolt, 1/4-inch x 2-inch, with washer and nut • 1 wood dowel for handle, 6 inches long Excerpted from MOTHER EARTH NEWS, the Original Guide to Living Wisely. To read more articles from MOTHER EARTH NEWS, please visit www.MotherEarthNews.com or call (800) 234-3368 to subscribe. Copyright 2015 by Ogden Publications Inc.
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It’s smart to soften water
• The need for more soap and detergent to (NAPS)—You can save money, feel better and maybe even look better if you take your get things really clean water with a grain of salt. Well, lots of grains. • Crusty buildup on faucets and showerThat’s because the right sort of salt and system can soften hard water—and hard water is heads. According to the Water Quality Associtough on your clothes, appliances, pipes and ation/Battelle Institute research study, showerheads on hard water lost 75 percent of complexion. the flow rate in less than 18 months. Hard water is water with a lot of minerals in it. Fortunately, you can prevent all those trouIt’s the kind found in most homes in America bles with a quality water softener system. and it can lead to such problems as: • Dry, itchy, irritated skin A good water softener such as ProMate Eco• Razor burn Max will also use less salt (saving you money • Fading hair color and from having to carry so many heavy bags) and less water while reducing the amount of • Spots on glassware chloride it gives off, which is good for the envi• Dingy, rough clothes, which tear easily • A “funny” taste in your water, coffee and ronment. So is the fact that a new water softener is likely to be energy efficient. other drinks made with water or ice 16 | all about home/fall-winter 2015 page
In addition, it can improve the life span of your appliances, saving you from maintenance and early replacement expenses. Hard water can lead to as much as a 24 percent loss of operating efficiency in gas-storage water heaters and it’s a problem for washing machines and dishwashers, too. By some estimates, softened water lets you use 60 percent less detergent and save energy by lowering the water temperature. What’s more, many households could benefit from a drinking water filtration system. All the water that ever existed on Earth still exists today; it is simply recycled over and over. Herbicides, pesticides and fertilizers are entering the environment, along with prescription drugs, and they all end up in our drinking water. Mother Nature is not designed to adequately address this. A properly designed filtration system, like the Millennium Reverse Osmosis System, can reduce the amount of many of these contaminants in your water. Learn More For further facts about water softening and drinking water filtration, and to find a nearby Hellenbrand dealer who carries the ProMate EcoMax, go to www.hellenbrand.com/locate-your-water-expert.
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(BPT) — As summer winds down and frost threatens, even avid gardeners may be tempted to pack up their trowels and call it a season. You may think it’s better to leave the victory garden gracefully, than risk the disappointment of watching crops wither in chilly temperatures. But fear of frost and failure don’t have to stop you from enjoying a fruitful fall garden. With the right plant choices and a few tricks, producing a hefty harvest can be easy. A few facts about frost Frost occurs when temperatures drop enough to condense and freeze the moisture in the air. In fall, when air temperatures sink, it’s common to find frost layering the ground, leaves and crops. Frost may occur frequently in the fall before the ground really becomes frozen — known as a hard freeze. While a hard freeze generally heralds the end of the growing season and frost can harm warm weather crops like oranges, some veggies actually do very well — and taste better — when nipped by frost. By stocking your fall garden with frost-loving varieties, you can ensure your garden remains victorious and bountiful
right up to the first hard freeze. Not sure when the hard freeze will occur in your region? Check out the USDA Freeze Map. When you consider the many advantages of fall gardening, frost shouldn’t be feared. Cooler temperatures mean you’ll have a more comfortable experience while working in the garden, and you’ll have fewer insect pests and weeds to deal with. Frost-friendly choices Just because the growing season is over for summer crops like tomatoes, you don’t have to give up gardening before the cold winter weather. Instead, clear out the remnants of summer plantings and debris and get the ground ready for fall favorites like spinach, cabbage, collards and kale.
remember to choose short-season varieties that will produce quicker in fall’s shorter growing season. When frost arrives Even though your fall vegetables might be able to handle the cold, you may want an extra layer of protection for unseasonably cool nights. Fortunately, you can do a lot to protect plants from sudden dips in temps. Growing veggies in the right spot can make a big difference. Choose a location for your garden that gets plenty of sun, especially in the morning when you’ll want plants to quickly shake off overnight chill. Planting in a raised bed also helps insulate plants and their tender roots from ground freezes. Container gar-
These hearty, leafy vegetables — available from Bon- dens are also great for fall; when a severe frost or hard nie Plants — actually like the chill weather and can freeze threatens, you can bring plants inside, overnight stand up to some frost. for protection. Certain root veggies, such as radishes and turnips, Sometimes you may want to cover plants against exalso do well in cooler temperatures. All are packed with treme cold. One option is a cold frame. Typically connutrients, so you can plant them knowing you’ll be fill- structed of wood and glass or plastic, the frame sits ing your dinner table with fresh, nutritious, great-tasting over plants like a portable mini greenhouse. veggies this fall. For a list of fall-weather favorites, tips and harvest advice visit www.bonnieplants.com. You can build your own — an online search will yield plenty of how-to plans — or purchase a prefabricated one. For less severe situations, simply turning a pot or Get a good start When planning your fall garden, time is of the bucket upside down over tender young plants can be essence. Start with well-established, vigorous plants enough to shield them from cold. like those Bonnie Plants offers in some regions at garden retailers. When fall arrives, you don’t have to fear frost, or give up your garden. Success starts with choosing coldStarting out with more mature plants not only allows hearty varieties that prosper and produce well in cool you to get your fall garden growing faster, it helps en- weather. Visit www.bonnieplants.com to learn more sure your vegetables are strong enough to endure un- about fall vegetables. expected or extreme temperature variations. And all about home/fall-winter 2015 | 19 page
Protect your family three ways (NAPS)â€”A few simple steps can help reduce the risk that your loved ones will be injured in your house. 1. Be sure your home is adequately protected by smoke alarms. Smoke alarms should be installed in every bedroom, outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home. For the best protection, smoke alarms should be interconnected, so that they all sound if one sounds. You can now interconnect battery-operated alarms by wireless technology. Combination devices that include both ionization and photoelectric alarms offer the most comprehensive protection. An ionization alarm is more responsive to flames, while a photoelectric alarm is more responsive to a smoldering fire. Once the alarms are installed properly, be sure to test them monthly and replace the batteries once a year or anytime an alarm â€œchirpsâ€? or â€œbeepsâ€? to indicate low batteries. In any case, smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years.
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