Yard Sale Proceeds Presentation!

Gehman Design Remodeling was able to make a donation of over $1,000.00 to Keystone Opportunity Center, a social services organization based in Souderton, PA.

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Pictured here is Dennis D. Gehman, President of Gehman Design Remodeling (right),

presenting the proceeds check to Richard Aichele (left), Executive Director of the Keystone Opportunity Center.

Gehman Design Remodeling presented Keystone Opportunity Center with a check in the amount of $1,056.54, which we raised at our “Less-Than-Perfect” yard sale.  The donation will help Keystone continue their programs to provide help and hope for the people in need in the local communities which they serve.

Keystone Opportunity Center offers a variety of services such as, education, food and clothing; community case management, transitional housing and they also assist the homeless in finding transitional and permanent housing.

We would also would like to thank each individual that came out to our “Less-Than-Perfect” yard sale to help support Keystone Opportunity Center.

If you have any remodeling needs or questions for us, don’t hesitate to give us a call, 215.513.0300.

Happy Remodeling!

Q&A&CQuestions and Answers and Comments are expected and welcomed.

YOUR STORY – Tell us about your remodeling experiences, good or bad. We all have had them and perhaps you can help someone else have a great remodeling experience or avoid the issues that you encountered. Remember…keep it clean and civil or we can’t publish it.

A Big Thank You!

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Gehman Custom Remodeling wants to say a big thank you to all who came out and helped to make our yard sale a success last weekend.

Friday, May 13 & Saturday, May 14We are anticipating being able to make a nice donation to the Keystone Opportunity Center.

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Keep checking back, we will post something when the presentation is made.

Also, we are looking to have additional eveYard Sale Partially Benefits Keystone Opportunity Centernts here at the showroom. So, check the website and the blog often for updates on planned events.

If you have any remodeling needs or questions for us, don’t hesitate to give us a call, 215.513.0300.

Happy Remodeling!

Q&A&CQuestions and Answers and Comments are expected and welcomed.

YOUR STORY – Tell us about your remodeling experiences, good or bad. We all have had them and perhaps you can help someone else have a great remodeling experience or avoid the issues that you encountered. Remember…keep it clean and civil or we can’t publish it.

Yard Sale Season

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Gehman Custom Remodeling will be having a yard sale on Friday, May 13, from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM & Saturday, May 14, from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM at our main office in Harleysville.

Yard Sale Partially Benefits Keystone Opportunity CenterLocation: 355 MAIN STREET, HARLEYSVILLE, PA 19438 (right next to Dunkin Donuts) Look for the big tents!

Extra off street parking available next door. Please try not to park on the road. Be careful if you do, it is a busy highway!!

Half of the proceeds that we recieve will be going to Keystone Opportunity Center in Souderton, PA.

Do not miss out on all the great deals! Building materials, windows, interior and exterior doors, tile, cabinetry, granite and more.

Food and refreshments will be available for a small fee.

Don’t be afraid to buy the big items, we can deliver the items that you buy for a nominal fee.

Below is just a sampling of what will be sold at our yard sale. Stop by either Friday, May 13th or Saturday, May 14th.

If you have any questions please give us a call, 215.513.0300.

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Greater Philadelphia Spring Home & Landscape Show!

Need something to do on a cold, chilly weekend?

Plan to come visit Gehman Custom Remodeling at BOOTH #A332 at the Greater Philadelphia Spring Home & Landscape Show!

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Dates:

Friday, March 25, 2011

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Sunday, March 27, 2011

Location:

Valley Forge Convention Center

1160 First Ave.

King of Prussia, PA 19406

Show Hours:

Friday, March 25, 11am – 10pm

Saturday, March 26, 10am – 10pm

Sunday, March 27, 10am – 6pm

Cost:

Admission is FREE. (Chance for a cheap date)

Questions:

Contact Us – 215.513.0300

Come, bring your dreams, see what’s available and leave with ideas!

Happy Remodeling!

Next Time…Continuing “Volunteering…Series”

Q&A&CQuestions and Answers and Comments are expected and welcomed.

YOUR STORY – Tell us about your remodeling experiences, good or bad. We all have had them and perhaps you can help someone else have a great remodeling experience or avoid the issues that you encountered. Remember…keep it clean and civil or we can’t publish it.

What To Do?

Lace up your walking shoes and start an endurance training regimen!

This is the time of year for the home shows that come around annually.

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VISIT OUR BOOTH #331 AT THE SUBURBAN HOME

& GARDEN SHOW @ OAKS EXPO CENTER; FEB 24-27, 2011

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If you have never been to a home show, let me describe one of them to you.

Picture an extremely large exposition hall, some approach millions of square feet! Then you add hundreds of vendors which include national manufacturers, service companies, builders, remodelers, landscapers, local and national retailers, tool companies, furniture makers, cabinet companies, plumbing and electrical fixture suppliers, just to name a few. Into the mix, you then add thousands upon thousands of shoppers, from homeowners seriously searching for their dream to the people who are just window shopping with no intent to acquire anything except perhaps an idea or two.

These events are a lesson in human endurance. The fact that they are held over a 4-5 day period is evidence of the fact that, due to their immense size and the volume of people in attendance, you cannot possibly see everything there is to see in one day without setting a land speed record.

Here are a few tips on getting the most out of your visit to a home show…

1. Get advanced tickets. To save time, go to the event website and see if they are offering advanced tickets. This will save you the time of having to wait in line at the ticket booth at the front door with hundreds of other attendees.
2. Check around for free passes. With a little work, you can probably find a vendor or supplier that will have free or nearly free tickets for at least one day of the show. Don’t be afraid to ask at your local hardware store or supply house if they would have any passes available. The money you will save is worth a few phone calls or visits.
3. Plan ahead. Most events print advanced pamphlets that will give you a floor plan that will show the location of the vendor booths. Knowing that it would be a miracle for you to see everything on the floor, pinpointing your favorites and mapping out a route ahead of time, will assure that you see what you want to see. After that, everything else is a plus. Also, locate the restrooms and water fountains along your route. Just do it, you will thank me.
4. Take a backpack. Almost every vendor and every booth will have something to give to you. And without a doubt, you will be able to secure a bag of some sort to place all of these goodies in. But your own back pack is a must to make sure you have plenty of water and snacks and a place for you jacket that you most likely won’t need among the herd.
5. Eat before and after you go. It would serve you well to eat a hearty breakfast and get something to eat on the way home from the show, rather than eat inside the show. Two reasons, lines, lines and interest rates. Okay, three reasons. Lines, everyone seems to get hungry at the same time, believe me. Interest rates, you might need to get a home equity loan to pay for that hot dog, chips and a soda.

The moral of the story is “be prepared”. Do your “home” work, plan your day and stick to your plan.

And in the lingo of show vendors…“Have a great show”!

Happy Remodeling!

Next Time…”Honey-Do” Lists

Q&A&CQuestions and Answers and Comments are expected and welcomed.

YOUR STORY – Tell us about your remodeling experiences, good or bad. We all have had them and perhaps you can help someone else have a great remodeling experience or avoid the issues that you encountered. Remember…keep it clean and civil or we can’t publish it.

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