Hey everyone. Letting your know another recent update. I am wanting to give a shout out to a Columbus carpet cleaning company that purchased services from the other day.
TPC Carpet Cleaning did one heck of a job in the new place. We had a couple of buildings that just looked awful when it came to the carpets and had an odor that was out of this world.
We tried to find a solution for the dirty carpets but nothing we tried was breaking through for us. We got a commercial vacuum and had the place about spotless. There were still a few stains in the carpeting that we were not satisfied with. I know the vacuum was not going to cut it and that I was going to have to try cleaning them. So, we rented a rug doctor from the hardware store. I was shocked at my findings. I had rented these machines before for my home and they seemed to always do a good job, or so I thought. After we purchased the “recommended” cleaning solutions for the carpet cleaner, we went to work but did not get the results we were after.
The next step was to hire a professional. We searched for some companies in the area and just went with who we found in the search results. Needless to say we could not have been happier to stumble upon such a great business. Now I do not know if it is all carpet cleaning companies or just this one, but they cleaned the crap out of the carpets, got rid of the odor, and the extra dirt they were able to grab out of the carpets that the vacuum and our rental were unreal. I had no idea of the power of the equipment these fellas use. It was almost unbelievable.
When I have watched videos about professional carpet cleanings are recommended yada yada, I never thought twice about it. I am here to say I recommend you personally getting your own cleaned and by the same people we did too. If you are in the area and need to have yours cleaned as well, hit up these guys.
Hey everyone, I was wanting to give you all a current update on where we stand in the entire process of expanding and providing more adventurous times in different locations. In my previous post I went over a little bit of our road bumps we ran into. Some of the different parts of the house did not pass inspection and left us wondering if we were going to go through with the deal.
Giving you more insight on what exactly the issues were, a majority of the hvac systems were dreadfully old and in much need of being replaced. Part of the deal we negotiated was we needed new systems put in. Some of the building needed different units replaced being some were furnace and others were the air conditioning units outside.
So after the inspection we knew what needed handled but, we did not know if we were going to be able to come to an agreement. The sellers still had a budget then had that could be put back in the home and we were over what that number was. The property owners and us tried to home to a mutual agreement but after seeing what it was going to cost the deal just started to go south. We went back home and continued with business. Now I am taking what I am about to tell you as a huge sign that this was meant to be. We had a customer come and stay this previous week that was from Ohio that visits regularly. After we got to talking and catching up and telling him out predicament, come to find out he knows an hvac contractor in Gahanna OH that may be able to help us out.
Knowing the importance of the situation we phoned him up right then and there. After talking and explaining what we needed done he agreed to doing the deal at an extremely great price (Pays to know people who know people). Ohh the joy of networking. We are going to have to add a little bit of money in on the deal out of pocket but not a price that makes this deal go away as we thought was going to happen. This has made our day, week, and probably year. We are officially going to be able to close on the deal and make our way in to the great outdoors of Ohio.
We are very excited to say the least. Hope you appreciate the update and we will keep posting more news as it comes.
We are expanding to the Fairfield County area and it is beautiful.
LnD Hideaway is excited to announce that we have purchased some property outside Lancaster, OH. So for those of you that have visited us in the past, we have a new destination for you all if you feel like making a road trip. A lot of thought and time went into making this decision and we finally make the move and will have more of the things you love in another area.
The reason you did not know about this sooner was we were running in to some issues with some of the buildings that we were purchasing on the property. There were different problems with some of the cabins that needed taken care of before we felt comfortable moving forward in our decision but, we loved the area so we got in touch with a certified home inspector in Lancaster OH area. Without the help from we received from them we were not going to be able to make the deal happen and move the process along. After BCE Home Inspections did their thing and giving us the once over on the different structures and make us aware of the underlying issues some of the log cabins had, we were able to revise our deal that was contingent on the inspection. Anyways, to make a long post somewhat short, the sellers of the property agreed to have the problems that we were worried about fixed. With that said, the buildings are now in top shape and look beautiful. The picture in the post is one of the new cabins that we are adding the finishing touches on and let me say, it is mesmerizing. We used the same company to do another inspection on the new construction and could not have been happier. The team behind the inspection company was more than pleasing to work with and we know who to go to when we need additional services. If you are in the Lancaster Ohio area and need any type of new home inspection or are purchasing property like we were. I definitely recommend these guys.
2017 Is going to be a big year for us as we will be focusing more on our new location in Ohio. Feel free to reach out to us if you would like additional information about the exact area. The scenery there is more amazing than we had ever hoped for. If you are looking to get away to a relaxing and peaceful place then we should definitely be on your list to stay. I wish you all the best for the new year and look forward to having you visit our new location.
So first thing is first. With the Christmas season rolling in our team at lnd wanted to get in on the action and decorate a little bit. The thing is, we ran into trouble and needed some help.
We did not have enough outdoor electrical outlets to handle the project that we were about to undergo so like anyone, we went over to the handy YouTube to start cracking at this and get more of the things we needed, which were outlets outside of the building. With a quick search we can across this video that helped us out because hey, we are somewhat handy and thought we knew what we were doing.
We started following the guide after we got all of the appropriate equipment needed for the task at hand. We did a pretty good job too if you ask me. We ended up installing a number of outdoor receptacles that all seemed to work and function properly. We tested them out and things were on the up and up. Here is what we came up with and they all looked pretty nice and clean so we were more than happy with the little project we set out to accomplish.
Once we were finish and started plugging in all of the lights we had is when we finally ran in to the issue that we were unaware that we were about to have. All in all I do not know what the total light count was and how much juice we were pulling but it was more than our panel could take. Luckily, we had an old friend in town and on location that own an electrical company in Florida called Sarasota County Electric. Kory just laughed but was more than willing to help out with the job even though this was not a working trip for him. He advised us that we needed a heavy-up.
Naturally I was like “What is a heavy-up?” and he simply replied that we needed a panel upgrade because we were tripping it from all the lights.
All homes and buildings have a limiter for safety reasons for the amount of power it can output for the building. There is a cap and we were exceeding it. Now obviously we paid for the parts and I tried to kick back Kory a little something extra for his time but being old friends he kindly rejected my offer. He said a lot of people need this kind of service around the holidays from adding more things that require more of a demand. Plugging in all the extra lights and other decorations that need electric to function add the the safety cap and its common for anyone to need a panel upgrade. Long story short, after a little time Kory had us up and running.
Now you may be wondering what the finished product looked like but that is for an in person viewing only. So come on down and take a look.
Merry Christmas everyone and remember if you are adding more things to your homes and they seem not to work, this is something that you may also need to look into having done.
Your ‘Home away from Home’!
Clean! Comfortable! Private!
Reasonable, affordable rates for hunters.
Comfort for the entire family.
The LnD Hideaway, a hunting lodge in Oshkosh, Nebraska, is the first choice in lodging for hunting, fishing, bird watching, vacations and outdoor tips.
A very clean, comfortable, completely furnished three bedroom home in the heart of an excellent hunting and fishing area. Will accommodate up to 10 people.
Looking for a relaxing getaway? LnD Hideaway offers ‘Small Town Hospitality’ for the entire family. Hunting dogs and family pets welcome in the outdoor kennel!
We are in the Panhandle of Nebraska, centrally located in Garden County, * 23 miles south of Crescent Lake National Wildlife refuge. * 5 miles north of the peaceful North Platte River and Garden County Refuge. * 15 miles from the Ash Hollow State Historical Park, and * 28 miles from Lake McConaughy.
* Oshkosh Nebraska, the Goose Hunting Capital of Nebraska! *
Bring your swim suits, bicycles, boats, and other toys!
Guides are available locally for hunting, fishing, and bird watching.
The blog will be providing useful outdoor tips and other information about our location and general ways to help you out.