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Outdoor Barbecue…Fire Danger?

August 10, 2015 - by Honesty Hart

Nearly 80 percent of households own an outdoor barbecue and nearly 60 percent use them year round. But firing up a grill with an open flame presents a clear and present fire danger, especially in confined spaces. The U.S. Fire Administration's National Fire Data Center estimates that barbecuing accounts for more than 6,000 fires and some $35 million in property loss each year.

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Hottest Flag Flying Day

July 1, 2015 - by Honesty Hart

The 4th of July is one of the hottest flag flying days of the year and it is good to know the proper way to display the American Flag. The correct flag displaying and handling rites are outlined in United States Code, Title 36, Chapter 10 -- in what amounts to codified patriotic behavior, rather than federal law. Laws that impose penalties for bad flag manners were nullified by a Supreme Court decision in 1990 which struck down as unconstitutional any fines or imprisonment for those convicted of mutilating, defacing, defiling or otherwise desecrating Old Glory. This ruling prompted Johnny Cash to remark, “I’m glad we live in a country where you have the right to burn our flag, and I’m glad we live in a country that gives us the right to bear arms so I can shoot you if you burn mine.” And, by the way, anyone can fly the flag wherever they live in the nation, according to the "Freedom To Fly The American Flag Act of 2005" enacted largely because some homeowner associations enforced architectural rules with near dictatorial dogma to stop some home owners from flying the U.S. Flag.

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Outdoor Kitchens

June 10, 2015 - by Honesty Hart

Outdoor kitchens make dining al fresco more appealing than ever. More and more homes feature outdoor kitchens that once were the province of only the wealthy. Moving the home’s indoor central meeting place outdoors creates an inviting open-air living space. With features ranging from simple and functional to more extravagant, an outdoor kitchen investment comes with a return that’s at least equal to a major kitchen remodel. Here are a few elements to keep in mind when crafting your outdoor living space:

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