Losing power has a way of making us appreciate the conveniences of modern living within a few hours, or a few minutes. During cold weather seasons, loss of heat can make it uncomfortable, or sometimes even impossible, to stay warm in our homes. At times like these, we appreciate our fireplaces and stoves more than ever.
If you’re thinking of improving your home this year, there’s good reason to attend a home show. After all, where else can you speak with area contractors and shop and compare quality and prices all under one roof—not to mention see all the latest technological developments? And let’s face it; home shows are just plain old fun!
The weather forecast was more accurate than we thought!
Blizzard Warnings lead to early closing and late start.
A lighted tree. Brightly colored presents. Stockings hung. And a blazing fire. The scene is quintessential holiday. But is it safe? Whenever you add fire to a scene, you need to add an extra level of caution. There’s a reason the holiday classic A Visit from St. Nicholas said that the stockings were hung “with care.” Here are some tips for fireplace safety around the holidays...
As Midwesterners, we might know what Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne meant when they wrote the seasonal classic “Let it Snow,” better than they did.
Fall officially begins on September 22 but a sense of it is already in the air. Chili cook-offs and tailgating parties are ahead and Halloween candy has taken over grocery store shelves. Before we know it, football will give way to falling leaves and cooler weather.
Whether you prefer charcoal, propane or smokers, Lumbermen’s and Fireplace and Stone Center supports your craft with patio and deck materials, a large variety of outdoor grills, and best of all, tried and true recipes sure to please your friends and family.
For many, Memorial Day 2012 will be filled with picnics with family and friends, outdoors games, and hunting for the best sales at the malls, discount stores and big box retailers. Memorial Day is much more than overeating, having fun and seeing how much money you can save on the newest technology.
We would like to thank everyone who helped make our Waukee Grand Opening event a success! Special thanks to the Waukee Chamber of Commerce and our representatives from Napoleon Fireplaces & Grills, Memphis Grills, Kozy Heat Fireplaces and Borgert Products. Also, thank you to everyone who visited our new showroom, we couldn't have done it without you!
Fireplace and Stone Center has moved! Our brand new designer showroom is now open in Waukee, IA. We appreciate your patience and invite you to visit us at our new location, 850 SE Alice's Road.
We will be having a Grand Opening event Friday and Saturday May 4th and 5th.
Pardon our mess, our current showroom in Urbandale, IA is in the process of moving locations. At this time, all working fireplace displays have been removed. Stone samples are still available for viewing. We anticipate being finished in about a week or so. We appreciate your business and welcome you to our brand new designer showroom in Waukee, IA opening in early April 2012. If you have a need or any questions, please call us at 515-727-0573.
Where can you go to find your needed home improvement project items, speak with area contractors and compare quality and prices all in one place? You’ve guessed it - home shows. Spring is the perfect time to locate home shows in your area to get you prepared for your home improvement projects.
Cultured Stone continues to update their line of available colors, created in response to popular demand. These three new colors give the designer and homeowner more flexibility and choice from the premier manufacturer of stone veneers. Come to our showroom and look at the new colors we have to offer!