Have you flushed your water heater lately? This boring but important chore should be done at least once a year to remove sediment that accumulates on the bottom of the tank. That's especially true if you live in a hard-water area. The task is easy to blow off because it's out of sight—but skipping it is costing you a lot. Sediment buildup reduces the heating efficiency of your water heater.
A beautiful example of 18th. century iron work. This roaster is so finely finished with delicate detail. A rare 18th. century wrought iron roaster with hand, manual crank for rotating meat. There are two openings towards the middle of the spike where you would insert skewers to hold your roast in place. This roaster measures 20 x 6 1/2 x 11 1/4