Cold weather is upon us, and fireplaces are lighting up. But do you have the right firewood to burn?
Any homeowner who regularly uses his or her fireplace in the winter months knows that dry, aged wood produces the best results for the ideal fire. It burns better, produces more heat and produces less creosote build-up in your fireplace than green wood. Green wood is hard to light and difficult to keep burning, it tends to smoulder and not burn consistently because it retains water. You can usually tell the difference between older vs. green wood with a simple inspection. Aged wood tends to have greyish bark and, on the inside, is dry and white, usually lighter than on the outside. Young wood, instead, appears similar in colour throughout. Aged…
The Women's Council of Realtors is hosting a luncheon gala to benefit the Solace Center on Tuesday 12/11 at the Eldorado Hotel, the event begins at 11:30am.
I am very excited to be modelling for Nathalie Santa Fe in the fashion show! There will also be a silent auction.
All are welcome, please come support the Solace Center (and me)
Tickets are available here: http://www.wcrsantafe.org/2018gala/