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John Posted On: Sunday, February 24, 2008 3:55:41 PM
What is a better fireplace to have electric fireplace or gas fireplace?
Mark Posted On: Sunday, February 24, 2008 3:57:18 PM
It really depends what you are looking for in a fireplace. If you are looking for a convenient fireplace that is ready at the touch of a button then electric would be good for you. Gas fireplaces generally take a little longer to heat up and can be more expensive to maintain.
Elgun Posted On: Monday, October 19, 2015 7:34:47 AM
I have three cars stored in the gargae portion of your app, but when I exit and come back in the app duplicates one of the cars and overwrites the data of one of the other two remaining cars. Its quite frustrating as it has dine it several times, with each time requiring me to delete and re-enter the car that was overwritten. Please fix.
Naun Posted On: Tuesday, October 20, 2015 5:58:01 AM
It does sound lovely, and soul-soothing. There are a nebmur of places like that around Napa, these little hidden pockets of beauty that are still close to town, and every time I drive through those areas I just want to be able to pull into one of the long drives and say I am home.[] Reply:March 30th, 2011 at 7:29 PM,Gretch, when we drove into Napa for Heidi's shower, I noticed all the rural wonders out there that I'd never cared to notice before. It's so beautiful -- wish we could afford it![]Gretchen Reply:March 30th, 2011 at 7:49 PM,[]
Pooja Posted On: Thursday, October 22, 2015 3:10:26 AM
Tervenhys, (greetins)I understand there is going to be tree tnirmimg on Friday, 6/26/2009, at the Finn Camp. I'm trying to get that day off work so I can help. I have tree by my camp that is dangeous and should be taken down. Every spring when I go to the camp for the first time I find dead branches on my patio and some are 8 12 inches in diamieter. I would hate to have one of these land on my headI would like to have this on the list of trees to go . It is Camp 100, Loon lake side. The tree is directlly in front of my doorkiitos,-Mike http://lkisztaoo.com [url=http://vkbzsct.com]vkbzsct[/url] [link=http://gtkkfvchudm.com]gtkkfvchudm[/link]
Kotomi Posted On: Friday, October 23, 2015 7:51:40 PM
I attended the KMPUD Special Meeting on Tuesday (1/5/10) and it was innreestitg. It got a little heated with a couple of homeowners getting on the PUD for not requiring (which they could not legally do) KMR to install a fire hydrant near the Power House (or the PUD installing it themselves, at their expense). This was the third major fire (and by far the worst) at the Power House. There was also the charge that the PUD has not informed the homeowners that if the ski resort was to close down, that our electric rates would have to go up, to pay back the $35 million loan (as we would lose the revenue from the power consumed by KMR). Dave Likins defended the PUD on both of these points and gave thanks to the Fire Department for a difficult job well done. At one point it was feared that Red Cliffs Employee Housing (Animal House) might also be consumed. It was evacuated.The first fire call came in at 2:00 PM, and it took the Fire Department 18 minutes to arrive on site. This was considered a normal response time for a volunteer Fire Department, as the fire fighters have to travel from their homes or place of work. After arriving at the fire, they had problems because the nearest Fire Hydrant was at the Red Cliffs Lodge. They had to run a line from there across snow to the pumper fire truck. They later added a second line from the hydrant at the KCA Rec Center. These lines caused problems because they crossed streets and blocked traffic flow until small bridges could be built over the hoses. The emergency access road to Hwy 88 at the far end of East Meadows was used. A further problem was that because our Fire Department does not have a ladder truck, they could not shoot water down onto the roof and into the structure. Our Fire Department was assisted by our neighboring community Fire Departments, and the CHP and County Sheriffs.The investigation into the cause is still on going, but so far it looks to be an accident . By the Building Codes in effect when the Power House was built (it was the first building to be built at KMR, and was at first a vehicle storage building), a sprinkler system was not required. After the last fire (I think in 2004), KMR tried to get their insurance company to pay for adding sprinklers and other fire protection equipment, but the insurance would not pay for it, and KMR did not want to pay for it themselves (and because it was a limited rebuild, the Building Codes did not require it).According to Dave Likins, KMR is now ready to sell Mountain Utilities as soon as the PUD wants. The PUD wants to wait till the end of this ski season (they do not want to be responsible for supplying power for the lifts with the current temporary generators). We will probably get our first KMPUD Electric-Propane bill in June. The PUD never really wanted to purchase the old Power House with its old equipment, and now that is out of the negotiations. The PUD would like to rebuild the Power House next to the sewage treatment plant, but this would require an in-depth environmental impact study and plan, which would delay the rebuild for at least a year. So, the current plan is to rebuild a state of the art Power House to the North of the existing remains of the old Power House (where the diesel storage tanks are currently located). It will include the termination switch-gear for the outside grid connection power line, and the backup diesel generator sets (which will be used as our power source until the grid connection line is finished). If all goes well, this will be completed in the Fall of this year. Sounds like a very short time frame to me. The PUD thinks it can be done, but we have start now. I brought up the point that the old Power House, and the new proposed Power House location, are in an Avalanche Zone. This was discussed a little bit, but was glossed over with no real answer. If you hike above the Power House and parking lots, you will see yellow signs warning of the avalanche danger.So far the temporary equipment is working fine no power interruptions. I went skiing on Monday, and all lifts were running no problems. I think we will still see many short power interruptions, as they make the temporary equipment and connections more permanent and better.Bruce
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Jason Posted On: Wednesday, October 28, 2015 2:29:19 AM
There are pros and cons for both electric and gas. It really depends on which one you would want to use. To get a better idea you canvisit this link: http://realestate.aol.com/blog/2014/10/31/fireplace-comparing-wood-gas-electric/

I have an electric heater at home which I have been using it for the past couple of years in my living room where I watch TV. Before when I used gas fireplace I couldn't set my TV above the fireplace which I had to place it else making the room more cluttered. Apart from that there is minimal cause of repair apart from paying the bills electric ones are a good option.I got my electric [url=http://www.stylishfireplaces.ca/]fireplace installed by Stylish fireplaces in Toronto[/url], they give you home decor ideas for setting the fireplace.