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Stark County Open House January 31, 2:00-4:00
Christina Moock, REALTOR - Cutler Real Estate (Cutler Real Estate)

Come preview this beautiful well maintained and updated Market Heights colonial on Sunday!

508 37th St. NW

Featuring a beautifully remodeled kitchen, remodeled bathroom, hardwood floors, wood burning fireplace, formal dining room and an enclosed sun porch. Plenty of room for entertaining & extra parking in the driveway.

3 bedrooms- the master bedroom is huge! - 20 x 13, 1 bathroom, garage

See additional info and photos at http://www.ChrissyMoock.com/3096423

For questions please contact Chrissy Moock Cutler Real Estate 330-936-2519

       

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Stark County Open House May 18 2-4
Christina Moock, REALTOR - Cutler Real Estate (Cutler Real Estate)

212 32nd St. NW

$175,000

Open Sunday 2-4

Come visit me Sunday and preview this beautiful home!  Free gift to all visitors!

If you're looking for Tudor with charm & character, don't miss this beautiful home! You'll find hardwood floors, arched doorways, wood doors, music room & wood burning fireplace. The finished 3rd floor & lower level rec room & office offer add'l living space. CAC was new '07, roof & downspouts in '06, windows in 2000. Other recent improvements are exterior painting, awnings & screen doors, lighted brick patio & interior painting w/colors true to the Tudor Style. Additional lot is included!

View more details and photos here.

Begin your home search online at www.ChrissyMoock.com.  Set up a home finder account to be notified by email when your dream home comes on the market.  Contact me to preview any home that is listed.  Christina Moock, Cutler Real Estate 330-936-2519.

See you Sunday!

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Chimney Inspection (How Important?)
Doug Gialluca (Smart Move Home Inspection LLC)

  There are some simple checks that an home inspection will find that may show the need for immediate repair before usage.

For example the area between the damper and the back of the fireplace  interior wall usually brick or stone should be tight. This area many times is cracked or open for flames to reach into the wall cavities.This is an inexpensive repair, however very dangerous for a chance of a fire. The mortar joints in the fire box should also be tight. The damper should be operational and the mortar around the damper not loose or cracked.

In 1998, there were 18,300 residential fires in the United States originating in chimneys, fireplaces and solid fuel appliances, according to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. These fires resulted in 160 personal injuries, 40 deaths and $158.2 million in property damage.

Chimneys exist to contain caustic flue gases and exhaust them onward and upward into the atmosphere.  The condition of the firebox, smoke chamber, and flue are crucial to ensuring a safe home.  Below are a few indicators that you have a problem and need to hire a professional:

Professional home inspectors look for these issues with chimneys everyday.  However, even the best inspector will admit that their knowledge on chimneys is limiting compared to that of a Certified Chimney Sweep. 

                           Smart Move Home Inspection LLC 

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Smoke Alarms and Concerns
Doug Gialluca (Smart Move Home Inspection LLC)

 January is the deadliest month for house fires and fire-related deaths in America, according to the National Fire protection Association. While many households have smoke detectors, many consumers are unaware of the type of device they are using, which could make a huge difference in an emergency.

 Two types of smoke detectors exist: an ionization alarm and a photoelectric alarm. The two have varying response times in specific fire situations.

 The National Institute of Standards and Technology concluded that ionization alarms provide a "better response to flaming fires," while photoelectric alarms provide "considerably faster response to smoldering fires," after testing thousands of alarms for two years.

 However, 90 percent of U.S. homes have the ionization alarms, which usually are cheaper than photoelectric.smoke detectors.

 The smoke alarms should be replaced every seven years. The dual alarm is a better choice. The detectors should be cleaned once a year and the batteries replaced twice a year. If you have a new house the standard is to have one detector  in every sleeping area, however the minimum in any house should be one on every level, and one near the entrances to all sleeping areas. Avoid kitchens, and bathrooms where there is higher humidity and cooking products that could effect the detectors. There are new products out that have the ability to record your voice to alarm children, Children have been known to sleep through a protector alarm, where the voice of a parent recorded on the detector would help awaken them.      'Smart Move HomeInspection LLC'         

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415 - 30th St. NW, Canton, Ohio
Jim Dvorovy, REALTOR - Canton Ohio Real Estate (Cutler Real Estate)

 You'll appreciate the eye popping architectural stone exterior that makes this oversize bungalow exude charm. Click on the picture for a virtual tour. MLS#1491644. Convenient to both Malone and Walsh College. Realtors note: This blog post is still under construction, check back often.

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