Fireplace Los Angeles
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Fireplaces Los Angeles
All Valley Distributing, Inc. DBA Marco distributing, founded in 1972, has grown over the years to become one of Southern California’s leading installation companies in residential construction for Heatilator and Heat & Glo zero clearance fireplaces, pre cast mantels, Wayne Dalton garage doors, Dirt Devil central vacuum system, gutters and built-in barbeques. Time and experience have sharpened our focus, enabling us to give the highest level of customer satisfaction, quality and service.
All Valley Distributing, Inc., offers the most recognized and innovative brands in the industry, professional installation, and service for life. You'll be surprised how easily we'll be able to enhance your home. All Valley Distributing, Inc., has been in business for more than 30 years, so you can rest assured that your satisfaction is our priority. Our extensive experience allows us to select the best products in the industry for you. Each of our products represents industry-leading innovation, dependability and beauty.
Gas Fireplace - Red 40
Precast Mantle - Panthea
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NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA 91605
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Human beings have used fireplaces for heat and security since before the beginning of recorded history. This is not surprising, since it has been said that the discovery of fire is second only in importance to the discovery of language – and fireplaces are a simple, effective and convenient way to control and contain a fire within the comfort of your home, whether it is a cave or a mansion.
The earliest fireplaces were made up of some stones, and potentially a hole in the roof of the structure to allow smoke to vent skyward. You can imagine how effective such a system would be. Although very simple and low tech, such techniques yielded proportionate effectiveness, with a very inefficient burn, tremendous indoor air pollution, and dirt and ash everywhere.
For a long time, fireplaces were simply a necessity. People knew how they were built, it was done a certain way, and it just worked as well as could be expected. In the 18 th century, fireplaces began to become more than a simple necessity – they began to become the centerpiece of a home, an aesthetic as well as a practical fixture. In this time period, new materials and methods of construction and manufacturing were being discovered.
A garage door is a large door on a garage that can either be opened manually or by a garage door opener. Garage doors are necessarily large to allow passage of automobiles and/or trucks. A typical overhead garage door consists of several panels hinged together that roll along a system of tracks guided by rollers. The weight of the door is balanced by either a torsion spring system or a pair of extension springs.
Sectional garage doors
Sectional doors are usually constructed of six to eight panels and slide up and overhead. Sectional doors occupy exactly the same amount of internal garage space as a monolithic door.
A mantle frames out a fireplace and makes it more attractive to look at. It instantly becomes the centerpiece to any room and can be the defining point of style. The mantle will be the place that holds special family heirlooms, important photographs, and even the Christmas stockings. From a decor standpoint, a mantle should not be arbitrarily chosen since it will be a major factor in the impression a room gives.
There are fireplace mantels available to accommodate most spaces. Homeowners should measure their given space carefully to ensure that the mantle they choose will fit well.
Fireplace mantels are available in a wide range of materials and styles. The choice of mantels is one largely based on the decor or a home and the style of the owner. From modern to antique homes, there is a mantle available to fit anyone's tastes. They can come with legs to outline the fireplace, or simply be a shelf that fits above the fireplace.
Cleaning the house may not be your idea of a fun activity. But while vacuuming may never be fun, there is a way to make the job a little easier.
Most of us vacuum with the standard movable unit, but have you ever thought of installing a central vacuum system in your home? Central vacuum systems are becoming more common. According to CentralVacuum.com, a central vacuum system can cost less than a high-end moveable vacuum and can add around $2,000 to your home's resale value.
In this article, you will learn what a central vacuum system is, about different types of systems and how each works, the benefits of central versus portable units, and how to choose the central vacuum system that is right for your cleaning needs.
The best thing about central vacuum systems is that they don't require you to carry a heavy unit from room to room or up and down the stairs. Central vacuum systems are designed to remove all the dirt and debris from your house and send it through tubing located in the walls to a receptacle in an out-of-the-way location like a garage or basement.