Summer’s over: Time to shore up the house

C & S Roofing and Siding

C & S Roofing and Siding, 6426 Hegerman St. , handles all types of roofing for residential and commercial customers in the Philadelphia area.

No matter your household’s needs, this family-owned company can lend a hand. With more than 45 years in business, C & S will expertly install siding, doors, windows, hot asphalt, rubber roofing, hot coating and shingles.

For more information, call (215) 332-6600, (610) 532-6600 or (856) 662-0111.

Carmana Designs

Carmana Designs Ltd., 1715 McKean St., is a local custom cabinetmaking shop now celebrating its 30th year in business.

Carmana Designs views communication as one of the most important tools in a remodeling project. The company coordinates every aspect of a project, from the initial design phase to the final inspection, and will keep its clients fully informed at each juncture in the design and build process.

Carmana also recognizes that one of the most dreaded parts of a remodeling project is the dirt it creates, and thus is committed to ensuring the job site is as clean as possible to minimize the remodel footprint and impact on the rest of a home.

At Carmana Designs, creativity and commitment to quality combine to create the finest custom cabinetry, kitchens and furnishings.

For more information, visit or call (215) 952-0133.

Cumberland County Historical Society

The Cumberland County Historical Society, which strives to promote education about the rich history of the area, will present an event next week that fuses history and entertainment.

The society will stage its annual Artisan’s Faire and Marketplace Sept. 25 and 26 on the grounds of the Gibbon House, 960 Ye Greate St., Greenwich, N.J. The festival, which will include demonstrations of colonial-era manufacturing, will run from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $5, and children under 12 are free.

For more information, visit

Design Spree

Design Spree, 4 Litho Road, Lawrenceville, N.J., is much more than a furniture store; it’s a 60,000-square-foot playground where you can explore, dream, imagine and discover.

Design Spree is a parade of the region’s finest home furnishings, from the nation’s top manufacturers such as Schnadig, Theodore Alexander, Century, Henredon and Ralph Lauren, all complemented with a stunning selection of lighting, art, accessories and imported rugs that celebrate the home.

And it’s a shopping experience like no other. When you see something you like, you can take it home that day — no waiting and no ordering — and convenient delivery is also available. With prices at 30-50-percent off normal retail, the bargain-hunter will be just as happy as the adventure-hunter.

Come see Design Spree for a unique, no-hassle shopping experience, just minutes from Princeton and the major metro areas.

For more information, visit

Klinghoffer Carpet Co.

Klinghoffer Carpet Co., 736 Bainbridge St., is a family-owned and -operated institution that has been providing excellence in the floor-covering business since 1918.

In its more than 90 years of experience, the community has come to rely on both the quality and service that Klinghoffer offers. While the floor-covering industry has undergone many changes over the years, Klinghoffer is one of the few carpet retailers that has met this challenge by aligning itself with an abundance of all major brands.

This relationship has created the most educated retail-sales personnel, the largest selection you will find anywhere, the right prices in every style and quality and the peace of mind that comes from Klinghoffer’s guarantees and warranties.

Visit the Klinghoffer showroom and let its professional staff answer all of your flooring questions.

For more information, call (215) 925-5032.

J. Toner & Sons Ltd.

J. Toner & Sons Ltd., 2004 Rhawn St., has been offering home remodeling to the greater Philadelphia area since 1967.

The company’s years of proven craftsmanship, combined with industry top-rated products from leading manufacturers, will provide the best possible results for all of your home-improvement needs.

From kitchens and baths to total renovations, J. Toner & Sons can do it all.

The company prides itself on being one of the area’s leading remodeling experts, so call for your next project and see the difference J. Toner & Sons has to offer.

For more information, visit or call (215) 342-5034.

John Cardullo and Sons Fuel Oil

John Cardullo and Sons Fuel Oil, 703 Christian St., was founded in 1945.

Today, the third generation of the family-owned business has continued the family tradition of providing residential and commercial customers repair and installation of all types of heating and air-conditioning systems.

The company also delivers home-heating oil throughout the Philadelphia metropolitan area.

For more information, call (215) 925-8564 or (215) 925-6586.

Philadelphia Gas Heating & Air Conditioning

Philadelphia Gas Heating & Air Conditioning, 6426 Hegerman St., has continuously served the Philadelphia metropolitan area for over 40 years.

The fully insured company is your go-to, whether you need a repair or installation of your air conditioning or gas, oil or steam boiler/furnace. The business also does chimney lines.

Its prime location in Northeast Philadelphia allows the team to leap for their clients’ emergency-service needs.

For more information, call (215) 456-1300.

Suzanne Rende

Muralist Suzanne Rende uses her vast artistic talents to satisfy the decorative needs of residents in the greater Philadelphia area.

A native of New Jersey, Rende is a 1993 graduate of Hussian School of Art in Philadelphia and, after spending several years as a muralist in Southern California, returned in 2000 to her home state, where she now operates her mural business.

Rende offers free consultations and will work with clients to create a custom design that fits both their budget and their vision. Rende can design murals for all areas of a home, including bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, hallways and ceilings, and also creates works for public spaces and businesses.

For more information, visit or call (856) 985-8277.

Weinstein Supply Bath & Kitchen

Weinstein Supply Bath & Kitchen, with locations throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, can assist with all of your home needs.

Whether you are building a home, remodeling a bathroom or upgrading your current fixture, Weinstein’s showroom expertise can help create the space of your dreams.

The company launched in West Philadelphia in 1922 and has seen tremendous growth and expansion over the past several decades. Today, Weinstein operates 10 showrooms and continues to be the major plumbing and heating wholesaler and retailer in the Philadelphia area.

Weinstein’s motto, “Progress in Action,” demonstrates the company’s commitment to keeping abreast of advancing technology and providing all customers with the products they need, the service they want and the expertise they expect from an industry leader.

For more information, visit or call (856) 833-1576.

Window Blind Factory

Window Blind Factory, 1016-18 S. Front St., allows you to buy directly from the manufacturer.

The company’s free shop-at-home service lets you compare wood blinds, cellular shades, shutters, woven woods, Roman shades, verticals and much more in the comfort of your own home. Once your products are selected, Window Blind Factory’s experts will have your window treatments hung quickly and with top-quality service.

For more information, call (215) 755-4340.

Winterthur Museum & Country Estate

Winterthur Museum & Country Estate, 5105 Kennett Pike in Winterthur, Del., boasts myriad attractions and activities that are saturated in 18th-century design and culture.

The former country estate of Henry Francis du Pont, an avid antiques collector and horticulturist, Winterthur displays du Pont’s collection in 175 rooms and several exhibition galleries. The grounds offer the world-renowned Winterthur Garden, and guests can also peruse the Winterthur Library, which includes a large selection of materials about the American decorative arts.

For more information, visit

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