Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Brookstone Builders, Inc.-Happy New Year

Wishing everyone a very happy, healthy and successful new year.  Reminder, we are closed Thursday and Friday, returning on Monday, Jan. 5th.  Enjoy your celebrations and be safe!

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Brookstone Builders, Inc. -Merry Christmas

Closing at 2 p.m. today and we will not return until Monday 12/29/14. We hope you all enjoy your friends and family this holiday.  Merry Christmas!

Monday, December 22, 2014

Brookstone Builders, Inc.- Holiday Schedule

Hello and happy Monday. 
Due to the holiday we have a very short week;
Monday 12/22/14 Regular business hours
Tuesday 12/23/14 Regular business hours
Wednesday/ Christmas Eve 12/24/14 Closing at @ 2 p.m.
Thursday/ Christmas Day 12/25/14 CLOSED. We wish all, a very happy and safe Christmas!
Friday 12/26/14 CLOSED

Friday, December 19, 2014

Brookstone Builders, Inc.-Friday Funny/Santa and chimney measurements

TGIF!  Just a few hours until the weekend.  A busy weekend, the final one before Christmas.  Lots of holiday gatherings this weekend and final shopping and wrapping to do.  Enjoy the weekend and this holiday themed Friday Funny.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Brookstone Builders, Inc.-Newsletter-Drones

Our latest newsletter has been published, check it out on our website:  Remember if you want to receive it automatically, please be sure to sign up for it right on our website. 

Friday, December 12, 2014

Brookstone Builders,Inc.-Friday Funny-Santa and roof

Happy Friday! Tis the season so I couldn't resist sharing this one.  I think they need more than duck tape, I think they need a new roof. Enjoy the weekend.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Brookstone Builders, Inc.-Holiday fire saftey

Tis the season for Christmas trees, lights and candles.  But keep in mind with the use of these items also bring the increase of fire.  In 2007-2011, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated annual average of 230 home structure fires that began with Christmas trees. Home Christmas tree fires caused an average of six civilian deaths, 22 civilian injuries, and $18.3 million in dire
ct property damage per year. So be sure you are taking measures to avoid fires this season.

Here are a few fire Safety tips:
  • Don’t use real candles as part of decorations and remember to always exercise basic safety when using candles throughout the home.
  • Never leave a lighted Christmas tree or other decorative lighting display unattended. Inspect lights for exposed or frayed wires, loose connections, and broken sockets. Do not overload extension cords or outlets and do not place an electrical cord under a rug.
  • Natural cut Christmas trees always involve some risk of fire. To minimize the risk, get a fresh tree and keep it watered at all times. Do not put the tree within three feet of a fireplace, space heater, radiator or heat vent.
  •   Do not burn Christmas tree branches, treated wood, or wrapping paper in a home fireplace.  
  • Declare the kitchen off limits to children and those adults not assisting with food preparation. A crowded kitchen can increase the danger of spills and burns.
  • Be prepared to deal with cooking fires. Remember to never put water on a grease fire.
To help make your holidays bright, happy and safe be smart with your holiday decorations.
Leading items first ignited in holiday fires