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    Postal Code 19333, PA
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    Address 123 Main St, Devon, PA
    Street Main St, Devon, PA
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    • 218 CORNERSTONE DR NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA 218 CORNERSTONE DR, NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA Condo/Townhome | Condo for sale. $489,000 
    • 334 W STREET RD KENNETT SQUARE, PA 334 W STREET RD, KENNETT SQUARE, PA Farm/Ranch | Detached for sale. $1,748,000 
    • 762 BRINTONS BRIDGE RD WEST CHESTER, PA 762 BRINTONS BRIDGE RD, WEST CHESTER, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $625,000 
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    • 8 PENN DR WEST CHESTER, PA 8 PENN DR, WEST CHESTER, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $1,000,000 
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    • 5 Tips to Get Ready to Run That Race

      (Family Features)--You've made the decision to get in shape, and whether your goal is a full marathon or simply a few laps around the neighborhood, there are a few steps to consider taking before you strap on those shoes and head toward the finish line.

      Here are a few tips to help get you ready for the big race:

      Seek quality sneakers. Feet come in a variety of widths and sizes, so visit a specialty running store to find perfect-fitting sneakers. These may come with a hefty price tag, but there are no shortcuts for comfort and support while running long distances.

      Make a schedule. Try to aim for at least 10 hours of training per week, including three days where you run and two or three days of other physical activity, such as cycling or strength training. To avoid exhaustion, be sure to include at least 1 - 2 "rest" days per week.

      Stick with water. Avoid sports drinks that are loaded with preservatives and sugars. You can't go wrong with the hydrating power of water. As a rule, try to consume at least 6 - 8 ounces of water for every 20 minutes you run. Proper hydration after a run is also vital.

      Go online. Many websites have training guides for various skill levels or different types of races. If you have a smartphone, look for apps that can take you through day-by-day workouts to get you marathon-ready.

      Nutrition. Filling your body with the proper amount of fuel can help ensure finish-line success. Load up on quality carbohydrates, such as beans, peas, whole-wheat pastas, whole-grain cereals, apples, brown rice and root vegetables. Protein also plays an important role in a runner's nutrition, so fill up on lean meats, fish, eggs, low-fat dairy, peanut butter and soy protein sources, as well.

      By following these general rules, you'll be able to focus on achieving your goal and enjoy the thrill of finishing the race.


      Published with permission from RISMedia.

      Thu, 19 Apr 2018

    • Top Tips to Make Your Home More Green For Earth Day

      If you have earth day plans, they may be to dig into your garden, plant a tree or spend time volunteering to pick up trash at your local park. But have you thought about turning your green efforts inwards? How about to your own home? Below are a handful of earth day tips to improve the efficiency of your home both inside and out, courtesy of Ply Gem.


      Window efficiency. Check for signs of drafts and seal any air leaks. If windows are extra drafty, consider adding weather-stripping around the frame. Time for new windows altogether? You will want to look into energy-efficient options to help improve thermal insulation and save energy.

      Idling electricity. Unplug small electronics like computer monitors, cell phone chargers, lamp fixtures and other small appliances around the home while they are not being utilized.

      Right lights. Make sure the lightbulbs in your home are halogen, compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) or light-emitting diode (LED). According to, energy efficient lightbulbs use 25 percent -80 percent less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs and can last 3 - 25 times longer.


      Roofing. Check your roof for leaks, ponding water and damaged shingles, as those issues may lead to needed maintenance or a roof replacement. If you need to replace your roof, consider a green option, like roofing made from recycled materials.  

      Siding. If your home feels drafty, check your siding for any vulnerable areas where air may enter, such as loose or detached siding pieces. Siding that lays flat against a home’s exterior adds a continuous blanket of insulation and helps to improve a home’s thermal protection and preserve energy.

      Learn your materials. If you are looking to make some outdoor updates, be sure to go with eco-friendly materials, such as vinyl siding, fencing, railings, windows and shutters. According to the U.S. Green Building Council, vinyl is one of the most durable and cost-effective construction materials. It offers a long life with little to no maintenance and can save on energy in the long run.

      Source: Ply Gem

      Published with permission from RISMedia.

      Thu, 19 Apr 2018

    • 5 Ways to Keep Your Basement From Flooding

      Heavy storms can wreak havoc on our homes, especially if you have a basement that’s in danger of flooding. New York-based T. Webber Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning offers the following tips to protect your basement from water damage when foul weather strikes:

      1. Look for Signs of Water – Do a walk-through and search for any signs of water damage, especially under basement stairs. Keep an eye out for moisture on walls or floors.

      2. Act Quickly – If you discover water stains or standing water, call an expert right away. If it isn't resolved quickly and professionally, you risk more significant damage, as well as possible mold contamination.

      3. Be Proactive – Check the operation of your sump pump, if you have one, to remove excess water. Also make sure the drain and catch basin are clean. If you don't have one, but have a history of basement flooding, consider having a sump pump installed to prevent future damage.

      4. Clear Gutters and Downspouts – Inspect for clogs and make sure that water is flowing away from your home and foundation.

      5. Turn off Electricity – If you do encounter flooding in your basement, turn off all power sources by switching off the main breaker. Do this before entering the basement any time there is standing water. It's best to get help from a professional to reduce electrocution risk.

      The most important step a homeowner can take is to be proactive. This will save you from the stress and expense of more severe water damage.


      Published with permission from RISMedia.

      Thu, 19 Apr 2018

    • 5 Ways to Eat More Veggies

      Looking to add more veggies to your diet, but sick of salads and steamed sides? Below are a handful of ways you can up your veggie count with ease.

      Blend them. If you're a smoothie fan, you'd be thrilled to know adding a handful or two of baby spinach to your morning blend won't alter the flavor or texture of your favorite drink. It will, however, give you an added vitamin punch and a bright color.

      Juice them. Dust off that unused juicer and aim to make a fresh juice at least once a week. Enlist the help of your family to prep veggies and wash the juicer when you're done. Unsure of what blend to go with? Try green apple, spinach, cucumber and fennel.

      Chop them. Skip the chips! Keep chopped celery, peppers and carrots in the fridge for dipping into salsa and hummus.

      Shred them. Shred carrots, broccoli or cabbage and toss them into soups, stir fries, salads or casseroles, or toss them together with your favorite herbs and dressings for a savory slaw. To make this easier, shred up a bag at the beginning of the week and get to sprinkling.

      Cream them. Colorful carrots with a dash of ginger, chopped onion, salt, pepper and veggie stock can make an easy, creamy, low-fat soup. Just boil the ingredients up in a pot, then blend with an immersion blender for an easy, filling meal.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.

      Wed, 18 Apr 2018

    • How to Build the Best Deck

      If you're planning to add a deck to your house, don't break ground before considering the following factors:

      Location, location. If you're lucky enough to have multiple places your deck could go, then consider important environmental factors like what area gets the most sun, the direction of the wind, and so forth, when choosing the placement of your deck. This will not only help your deck last longer, but can allow you to dodge some unexpected surprises, like sideways rain all spring that renders your covered deck almost unusable,

      Mull over material. Talk to a professional about what material would be best for your area and the positioning of your deck. Wood is gorgeous, but if you live in a rainy area and your deck will be uncovered, you may be begging for rot.Other options include composite materials, which often come with 25-year warranties.

      Collect several bids. Don't go with the first contractor to offer a bid, even if the bid is reasonable. Multiple bids help you get a good feel of what the project is worth, and chat with a handful of different competent professionals, who can offer insight and ideas.  

      Pull a permit. Sure, it may seem easier and cheaper to skip the permitting process, especially if you live in a remote area; however, acquiring a permit not only makes your deck more valuable when it comes time to sell, but also the professional whose job it is to review your building plan may have some insights on best practices and code requirements, and are usually happy to share their expertise.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.

      Wed, 18 Apr 2018

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