Claremont, NH Real Estate News

By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Texas State Capitol Information Series of the Grand State of Texas, folks let tell ya, the Texas State Capitol sure is mighty fine looking!   Folks the Texas Capitol was completed in 1888 and has been designated as a National Historic Landmark.   The Capitol Complex is  located in downtown Austin, Texas.   Folks the first time I visited the Texas State Capitol was back in the early 60's when I was a youngin. I sure do still remember and feel that awsome feeling of pride to have had that opportunity. I have posted two links below for you to view the photo gallery and historic information.   If you are ever in Austin Texas you need to visit our capitol. Plan on a minimum of three hours. This is for all Texans and those folks which hope to be Texans. They say if you visit Texas you will ne...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Texas State Flower Information Series of the Grand State of Texas, folks the State Flower of the Grand State of Texas is the mighty fine Bluebonnet (Lupinus).   Folks the Texas State Flower is named for its color and it is said , the resemblance of its petal to a woman's sunbonnet. It blooms in the early spring and can be readily found along highways and fields throughout Central and South Texas.   The Bluebonnet was adopted as the official State Flower by the Texas Legislature in the year of 1901.   Fall is the time to plant Bluebonnets and other wildflowers in Texas. It is said it is best to cast the seed and rake into the soil. This seed will lie until enough moisture and cool temperatures stimulate and germinate the seed. The seeds need full sun and well-drained soil.   Folks you ca...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Texas State Bird Information Series the Grand State of Texas, folks the Texas State Bird is the Mockingbird. The Mockingbird sure love's the Redbud Tree.   If you have always lived in Texas then you sure know the Mockingbird by his song. The Mockingbird at times will swoop down and peck at you or your puppy dog. The mockingbirds sure are very protective of their nest and environment.   For folks which might not know the Mockingbird, here’s how to recognize the Mockingbird; The mimus polyglottos, as the mockingbird is known scientifically. The bird is about ten inches in length, including its relatively long tail. It has a light gray coat and a whitish underside. Its wings and tail are darker gray with white patches.   Down below is an interesting note from the Texas Parks & Wildlife Web...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Texas State Tree and Nut Information Series the Grand State of Texas, folks the Texas State Tree is the Pecan Tree and the mighty fine Nut which it offers is the State Texas State Nut.   Folks the pecan is native to about 150 counties and capable of growing and producing in all Texas counties. The mature pecan tree is usually 70-100 feet in height, but can grow as tall as 150 ft. Some trees can be as old as 130-150 years. A lot of folks all across America sure are mighty familiar with the sweet editable nuts, deep brown in color, which folks have all been able to enjoy.   Pecans are native to river and creek bottoms, the soils of which are deep, fertile and well drained. You sure can see many pecan trees in and around the New Braunfels and Seguin, Texas areas. When in season you see fol...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Texas State Fish is the Guadalupe Bass Information Series of Texas, the Guadalupe Bass sure is a mighty fine fish and its the Texas State Fish, Guadalupe Bass sure is a waiting to see if you are any good at fishing, or if you are all talk.   The male Guadalupe bass builds a gravel nest in shallow water and spawns there. Once the female lays her eggs (up to 10,000), he chases her away and guards the nest throughout the incubation period. The Guadalupe bass is found only in Texas, native to fast moving streams in the central Hill Country (including the headwaters of the San Antonio, Guadalupe, and Colorado Rivers).   A small but powerful fish, the Guadalupe is not a true bass, but a member of the Sunfish family (also true for other "Black bass" including Largemouth, Smallmouth, and Spotte...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Fishing Knot Palomar Knot Part One of Three New Hampshire, folks this here is my favorite knot. I use this here fishing knot for just about all applications. The Palomar Knot is another very simple knot for terminal tackle.     It is regarded by the International Game Fish Association consistently as the strongest knot known. It's great virtue is that it sure can safely be tied at night with a minimum of practice.   Directions: Double about 6 inches of line, and pass through the eye.     Tie a simple Overhand Knot in the doubled line, letting the hook hang loose. Avoid twisting the lines.     Pull the end of loop down, passing it completely over the hook. Pull both ends of the line to draw up the knot.   Below are links to take you to parts two and three. I have set the link to open up ...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Fishing Knot Hangman's Knot Part Two New Hampshire, folks there are at least 6 variations of the Hangman's Knot, which all of them sure are excellent for terminal tackle, swivels and hooks. The "standard" Hangman's Knot holds only five turns when tied in monofilament line.   But folks if its tied in rope, and used for its stated purpose, it takes eight turns.   Directions: Pass a 8 inch loop of line through the eye.   Bring the end back on itself, passing it under the doubled part.   Make five loops over the doubled part.   The formed knot is worked into shape.   The knot is sent down the line, against the eye of the hook or swivel.   Below is a link to take you to part three. I have set the link to open up into a new window for your convenience. Fishing Knot Float Stop Part Three New H...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
Fishing Knot Float Stop Part Three New Hampshire, a float fisherman uses a running float for casting and general handiness, and stops the float from running up the line by using the Float Stop.     It has the advantage that the stops moves readily over the rod guides, but grips the monofilament line so tightly that it will not slide over the line.   Directions: Folks this here knot should be made with about 6 inches of line, usually the same diameter as the line that you are using.   Take 2 turns (3 if necessary) around the main line at the chosen point.   Bring both ends around to form a Surgeon's Knot (see above).   Tighten into shape bringing the coils close together.   Have a good one Dale in New Hampshire   Folks I sure do want to say Thank you mighty kindly for stopping by to visi...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
First Time Home Buyers Claw Hammer Across America an New Hampshire, folks not only will a claw hammer come in hand with home maintenance, you just might come up with some different projects around your new home which you'll want to use a claw hammer to do them.   If you do not already have a claw hammer to bring to your new home. Then after you have closed and moved into that mighty fine home, you'll sure want to buy one to have.   Folks having a good hammer sure is one of the most important tools you can own. Use it to drive and remove nails, to pry wood loose from the house, and in combination with other tools. They come in a variety of sizes, although you'll find that a 16-ounce hammer is the best all-purpose choice for you to own.   Below are thirteen links which will take you on jo...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
New Hampshire Home Owners Springtime Checklist New Hampshire, folks prepare your home for the warmer temperatures, those heavy rains and thunderstorms.   Service air conditioning system before the first hot day of spring or summer.   Turn off you furnace.   Clean and service fireplace or woodburning stove and chimney, if needed.   Protect your electronics from lightning strikes by plugging them into surge protectors.   Test your sump pump for proper operation, if you have one.   Check wood decks and fencing for raised nails and loose or decaying boards. Repair, clean, seal or stain, as needed.   Clear accumulated debris out from under decks.   Check outdoor play equipment for raised nails and loose or damaged parts. Repair as needed.   Clean windows, screens and hardware. Replace storm ...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
First Time Home Buyers Adjus Wrenches Across America an New Hampshire, folks this here is a tool which you'll find to come in handy for a few differend kinds of applications around the home which you have just moved into.   Folks after you have closed and moved into your new home, take the time to at least buy a good set of Adjustable Wrenches to have in your home, if you don't have any.   Adjustable Wrenches, some folks do feel that they are somewhat awkward to use and this kind of wrenche can damage a bolt or nut if they are not handled properly. However, adjustable wrenches are ideal for situations where you need two wrenches of the same size. Screw the jaws all the way closed to avoid damaging the bolt or nut. Below are twelve links which will take you on journey to the other helpfu...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
First Time Home Buyers a Hacksaw Across America an New Hampshire, you sure just might find this idem to of use around your home at times. Folks if you do not already have a hacksaw to bring to your new home. Then after you have closed and moved into that mighty fine home, you'll sure want to buy a good one.   Its sure a mighty good idea to have some extra blades and blades which are good for cutting different kinds of materials.   Folks hacksaw's sure are great for cutting metal, pvc objects such as pipes, bolts and brackets. Hacksaws look thin and flimsy, but they'll easily cut through even the hardest of metals. Blades are replaceable, so you'll sure want to focus your purchase on a quality hacksaw frame.   Below are eleven links which will take you on journey to the other helpful blo...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
First Time Home Buyers a Caulking Gun Across America an New Hampshire, folks this is a mighty handy tool which sure can be help of you for different jobs around the home which you have just invested in.     If you do not already have a caulking gun to bring to your new home. Then after you have closed and moved into that mighty fine home, you'll sure want to buy one.   Folks a caulking is use in the process of sealing up cracks and gaps in various areas of structures and certain types of piping. Caulking can provide noise mitigation and thermal insulation, and control water penetration. You should only be apply caulk to areas which are totally clean and dry.   Below are ten links which will take you on journey to the other helpful blog posts of this home tools series for First Time Home...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
First Time Home Buyers Gorilla Tape  Across America and New Hampshire, folks yes there are other brands of tapes out there which you sure can buy and use. There is other big brand of tape which has been around a whole lot longer which was use at one time to make repairs to many different kinds of Military Equipment.   But folks let me tell you, I have found Gorilla Tape to be extremely strong and adaptable than that other brand which has been around so long and has been widely used to make temporary repairs. Folks you'll also find that Gorilla Tape is one of the key items specified for your home emergency kit, because it is water-resistant and a whole lot more extremely sticky than that other brand out there.   Folks no I have not been paid to make the above statements! I just highly be...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
First Time Home Buyers Wire Cutters Across America an New Hampshire, folks this here tool sure can come in mighty handy to use other than just for cutting wire. I sure do hoppe folks you'll find these small tips to be mighty helpful to each of you stop by to visit.   Wire cutters are pliers designed to cut wires and small nails. The side-cutting which is unlike the stronger end-cutting style, they sure are handy, but they are not strong enough to cut small nails. There sure are a whole lot of different styles of wire cutters out on the market, which are mighty helpful with many different kinds of jobs. The first wire cutters which I had to use back many many moons ago when I was 6 years of age were used for helping to put up Barbed Wire fencing. Folks I actually still have my very first...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
First Time Home Buyers Flashlights Across America an New Hampshire, folks not only should flashlights be a big part of your home tools, flashlights sure are a whole lot handy-er than a candle and its sure a whole lot safer use if you should have a Power Outage. Its sure a mighty fine idea to have more than just one flashlight in your home.   Folks you'll sure want to remember that none of the tools in this here little ole First Time Home Buyers home tools series of blog posts are not going to be a whole lot good or of any use if you cannot visually inspect the situation going on. That there little ole problem and the solution, are apparent only with a good flashlight. A traditional two-battery flashlight is usually sufficient for most situations, as larger flashlights may be too unwield...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
First Time Home Buyers Safety Glasses Across America an New Hampshire, home owners remember its sure mighy important to protect your eyes when doing maintenance around your home.   Folks always take the time to put on safety glasses or saftey goggles! For all tasks which involving using a hammer or any kind of power tools, you should always wear safety glasses or goggles. Folks it sure also a mighty good idea that you should also be worn safety glasses or safety goggles when ever you are mixing chemicals.   Below are six links to the other blog posts of this here home tools series for First Time Home Buyers. Folks I have set each of the link to open into a new window for your convenience.   First Time Home Buyers Safety Mask Across America an New Hampshire   First Time Home Buyers Slip ...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
First Time Home Buyers Safety Mask Across America an New Hampshire, folks when going through the process which it takes to buy a home, there are many other things which are sometimes not thought about.   Folks even though paints and other coatings now a days are now Manufactured to be less toxic and Lead-Free than in previous decades, most still contain dangerous chemicals, which is why you should wear a mask to avoid accidentally inhaling. A mask should also be worn when working in dusty and dirty environments. Disposable masks usually come in packs of 10 and should be thrown away after use. Full and half-face respirators can be used to prevent the inhalation of very fine particles that ordinary face-masks will not stop.   Below are five links to the other blog posts of this here home ...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
First Time Home Buyers Slip Joint Pliers Across America New Hampshire, you'll find owning home that you'll need to have and use different slip joint pliers. If you don't happen to already have some, then take the time to buy some different slip joint pliers after you have closed and moved into your new home.   Folks you'll sure find that a pair of slip-joint pliers useful to grab hold of a nail, a nut, a bolt, and much more. These types of pliers are versatile because of the jaws, which feature both flat and curved areas for gripping many types of objects. There is also a built-in slip-joint, which allows you the user to quickly adjust the jaw size to suit most tasks which you might be doing.   Below are four links to other blog posts of this home tools series for First Time Home Buyers...
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By Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information
(Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections)
First Time Home Buyers Tape Measure Across America an New Hampshire, folks once you have moved into your mighty fine new home, you'll sure find there will be times which you'll need to do some measuring around your home.   Measuring those little ole house projects sure will require you to have a tape measure, not a ruler or a yardstick. Tape measures come in many different lengths, having a 25 feet tape measure is a good choice to have for most home owners. Folks its a mighty fine idea to take the time to measure everything at least twice to ensure accuracy.   Below are three links to other blog posts of this home tools series for First Time Home Buyers. Folks I have set each of the link to open into a new window for your convenience. First Time Home Buyers Torpedo Level Across America ...
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