Here is time lapse video showing Kevin Watts the Mason and his assistant Orin rebuilding this chimney.
It took about nine hours but this video shows it in less than 3 minutes.
This is a home in Western Ann Arbor Michigan and the roof is scheduled to be replaced this summer so the mason didn’t use roof protection like he normally would have. (The chimney was done before the roof to make sure that the new roof didn’t get damaged.)
Ann Arbor, MI, November 2, 2015
Released just in time for Halloween, 10 Signs of a Scary Real Estate Listing, a recent article by Ilyce Glink, borrowed wisdom and tips from Home Buyer’s Agent of Ann Arbor broker Jon Boyd. Noting 10 leading misleading phrases often employed in home ads, the article was verily an expose on the real meaning behind trending word selections in descriptions for houses for sale.
From “All work has been carried out for you” subtly referring to a property flipped with low-quality materials to the results of “As is” listings , the article explored the subtext of these typical phrases employed by real estate agents to artfully describe their listings. Boyd, a veteran of the pursuit of honest disclosure in home marketing, was happy to lend his knowledge to this article, and Glink employed a number of of his anecdotes to illustrate the often-misleading terminology. “We think Ilyce Glink is great”, Boyd mentioned. “She has been a great consumer writer for years and I even have one of her real estate books in our meeting room bookshelf. When her staff asked me for some input for this article I did everything I could to help them out.”
Jon Boyd went on to say that “The language of listings is often confusing to home buyers, sometimes intentionally…Buyers need to understand that the purpose of the listing agent’s remarks is to get you in the home and buy the house, not to inform you and certainly not to disclose things that would direct you away from a house that you could possibly buy. It is not an exact science, but buyers should remember it is an advertisement for the home. It is not objective.”
The Home Buyer’s Agent of Ann Arbor, Inc. is the oldest Exclusive Buyer’s Agency in the state of Michigan and has helped hundreds of home buyers save millions of dollars on their home purchases. Since Exclusive Buyer Agents only represent home buyers and never sellers, these companies avoid the conflicts of interest of traditional real estate companies and offer home buyers 100% loyalty. The firm also meets the stringent membership requirements of The National Association of Exclusive Buyer Agents (NAEBA.org). The standard setting organization for buyer agency.
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Contact Person: Alex Young
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Address:1905 Pauline Blvd. suite 1
City: Ann Arbor
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Today the flat screen TV is very popular among consumers. It is easy to see why these modern TVs are such a hit with viewers all over the world. They are much lighter in weight, they offer a true HDTV high resolution picture, and they take up much less space than the old CRT TVs of years gone by.
Because of the greatly decreased space requirements and much lighter weight many people today are finding it better just to do a wall mount flat screen installation.
Flat panel wall mounted units offer several advantages over setting them on conventional type TV floor stands.
1 – A wall mounted flat screen TV looks very modern and stylish and can really add to the decor of a room.
2 – Flat panel wall TV mounts will free up some valuable floor space and give your room a less cluttered look.
3 – Flat panel wall mounts with full viewing adjustments will allow for great viewing from anywhere in your room.
4 – The wall unit will get your flat screen above the floor and out of the reach of small children.
In most homes the wall mounting hardware will be secured to the hidden wood studs behind your wall exterior. You will need a stud finder to locate these studs. You must also be able to determine where any hidden water pipes or electrical wires are running behind your wall so that you do not puncture them with your mounting hardware. If you are in doubt please consult a professional first before you start.
A smaller percentage of homes will need to have the wall bracket hardware secured to concrete, cinder block or brick walls. This will require special wall anchors, but this hardware is usually included with most wall mount hardware kits supplied with the mount.
When choosing the best flat screen wall mount for your TV there are two major things you must consider. You must choose the right mount for the size TV that you have. There are some major differences between wall TV mounts for small flat screen TVs and the larger flat screen TVs. You must pick the right mount for the size of your television to hold it properly.
There are 3 main types of flat screen TV wall mounts to choose from. The next thing that you will need to decide is what type of TV wall unit that you will need that will fit your needs and your budget.
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I hope you’ve been enjoying my posts lately. I thought I might do something different today and rustle up a few bits of info from around the WWW. These are some of the news items and blog posts that have been popular over the last few weeks. Leave me your thoughts.
To secure most items to a concrete, brick, or cinder-block wall, you will need to drill a hole and insert a wall fastener. Use lead anchors for most loads and expansion shields for exceptionally heavy ones. Use plastic anchors and fiber plugs for very light items.