September 14, 2017
From doorbells to smoke detectors, technology is making today’s homes are smarter than ever. Integrated computer chips and wireless connectivity are transforming the way we interact with every aspect of our houses and making every appliance a part of the Internet of Things. Even better, most smart devices can be easily managed using your cell phone, making it easy to check in when you’re on the go.
While a fully-connected smart home may sound like a significant investment, there are plenty of easy, inexpensive ways to bring your house into the future. We’ve picked out some o the best of the bunch—read on to learn more!
Starting at only $35, this entry-level TV streaming device from Google plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. Use your mobile phone as a remote control to stream apps, TV, movies, music and more, directly from your device to your television.
Philips Hue Wireless Dimming Kit
This simple kit is an excellent way to introduce smart lighting to your home at an affordable price tag.
August Smart Lock, HomeKit-enabled
Simple to install and use, this smart lock works with your existing deadbolt.
SkyBell HD Wi-Fi Video Doorbell
SkyBell offers superior video quality, plus integration with Alexa, Nest, and other popular programs, making it a rising star in a tight market. SkyBell even offers free online video storage, making it easy to create and maintain an online archive.
Nest Cam Indoor
A solid, reliable indoor security camera from IOT superstar Nest, the Nest Cam is a real standout in the category. It is easy to install, features outstanding video quality, and comes complete with a fantastic, intuitive app.
Nest Protect Smoke Detector
Proving that you can’t put a pricetag on safety, Nest’s Protect Smoke Detector is well worth the investment—it includes more features than any other commercially available smoke detector.
This motion-activated security camera is the only one on the market that features built-in floodlights. It features remote operation from your phone, and even includes two-way audio so you can hear and speak with anyone on your property, no matter where you are.
With minimal time or investment, any homeowner can add the power of connected devices to their house. A connected home adds more than instant equity—smart devices can help bring peace of mind.
November 20, 2016
The holidays will be here before you know it! Our thoughts are already turning to steaming mugs of cocoa and cider, roasted turkeys with all the trimmings, and stockings hung by the chimney with care. If you’re in the mood for some holiday fun, we’ve made a list of great activities in our community this season. Start new traditions and create magical memories at these awesome events for kids of all ages. From indoor delights to outdoor fun, there’s something here for everyone! Read on to discover our guide to the best holiday season ever!
2016 Red Bluff Holiday Events Calendar
We searched through all of the community calendars and put together a list of some of the most exciting events for our community.
Thursday, November 24, 2016, 8 AM – 10 AM at Red Bluff Soccer Fields
The Active 20-30 Club of Red Bluff invites you to our 1st Annual Red Bluff Turkey Trot, Thanksgiving Day at 8am at the Red Bluff Soccer Fields! We will have a 5K and 1-mile family fun run! Register at the field day of at 7:30am or pre-register at the Chamber of Commerce office with Jason. (530-527-6220)
Adults: $20 Kids: $5 Children 4 & under are free! Family of Four Fun Pack: $40
Proceeds will benefit the Red Bluff Youth Soccer League’s Field Lighting
Saturday, November 26, 2016, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm at Red Bluff State Theatre. 333 Oak St. Red Bluff, CA 96080
The station doors open at 1:00; the conductor will be there to greet you, so bring your camera. Complimentary hot chocolate will be available, and of course the concession counter will be open. The magic of The Polar Express begins at 2:00. A young boy embarks on a magical adventure to the North Pole on the Polar Express. During his adventure he learns about friendship, bravery, and the spirit of Christmas.
The jolly man himself, Santa Claus, will make his last stop of the evening at the State Theatre for visits with the children!
Saturday, November 26, 2016, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM on Main St. in Downtown Red Bluff CA
“Christmas on the Farm” Downtown Red Bluff Christmas Parade Christmas parade entry forms now available!
Saturday, November 27, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM 2964 E Center St Anderson, California
City of Anderson and Anderson Fire Protection District invite you to our annual Christmas in Anderson event. The parade begins at 6pm on E. Center St. in front of the Old Historical Fire Station. There will be live music, kid activities, entertainment and refreshments at no cost thanks to the Anderson Kiwanis & Rotary. For more information call 530-378-6656
Sunday, December 11, 2016, 1:45 PM – 6:00 PM
The Vineyard is going Christmas caroling on Sunday, Dec. 11. We’re going to visit three assisted living senior homes to share songs and friendship! After we’ve finished caroling, we’re heading to the Sandow’s home to enjoy hot chocolate, so be ready!
December 16 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm at Red Bluff State Theatre. 333 Oak St. Red Bluff, CA 96080
The North State Symphony’s traditional Christmas concert! Conductor Scott Seaton and the Symphony’s baroque ensemble will play gorgeous Christmas works and beautiful arrangements of favorite carols. Join us for our carol sing at the end of the concert and we know you’ll leave in the holiday mood!
October 9, 2016
The importance of the exterior of your home cannot be emphasized enough. Your home’s appearance from the outside is the first impression made upon visitors. From landscaping to exterior lighting, great curb appeal can add thousands of dollars in value while poor curb appeal can lower the value of your home and neighborhood.
Giving the exterior of your home a new look is an easy way to add equity without investing time, effort, or money into a full interior remodel. Whether you are updating to highlight your personal tastes or you are planning to put your home on the market, here are three simple improvements that will have a significant impact on your outdoor aesthetic and sales price.
1: Replace Your Garage Door
Revamping your garage door can take your curb appeal from drab to fab. Modern garage doors have moved well beyond plain white roller doors. There is an amazing range of styles, colors, and materials available to suit any taste and custom options that blend seamlessly with the look of your home. Even better: swapping out an old style for a more fashionable model will not just transform the face of your house. Homeowners can expect to recoup up to 91.5 percent of their investment at resale.
2: Give The Front Door a Face lift
To help your home be a standout on the block, kick your bland front door to the curb. Start with a style that fits with your tastes and the style of your home. Consider unique features like double doors or sidelights. Then customize the look by adding decorative details using hinges, bells, and door knockers.
3: Update Old Windows
If your windows are ugly, old, drafty, and inefficient, it’s time to trade up. Modern windows don’t just give a fresh appearance to the facade, they can provide significant savings; homeowners can save up to $340 per year on heating costs by installing windows with the Energy Star label.
For more information about simple changes to boost your home’s curb appeal, contact us today.
October 2, 2016
*Updated* 2016 Red Bluff Halloween Events
Julia’s Great Pumpkin Festival
Treat Street Downtown Red Bluff
Not technically a Red Bluff Halloween Event but…
August 17, 2016
Moule’s Tehama County Glass is owned and operated by Liz Forsberg (Moule), a certified Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE). We also pride ourselves in employing several skilled military veterans. 3 of our tradesmen (as of 2016) have served our great nation. As a small veteran owned business, we are honored to employ those that have served our country.
DVBE Certified Glass, Window & Door Company
Moule’s Tehama County Glass is certified by the State of California as both a Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) business and a Small Business (SB) business. By ordering parts and services and awarding contracts to Moule’s Tehama County Glass you contribute towards your DVBE and SBE participation requirements.
To verify our DVBE and SBE Certification just search for “Moules Tehama Glass” at California Supplier Search.
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February 19, 2016
Here at Moule’s glass we want our customers to get the most out of there money. Inspecting your windows and doors at least annually is an important measure that will keep your windows in good condition and extend their longevity. Good window maintenance enhance the security and appearance of your home, and can prolong the life of your homes windows. We are happy to share some tips on caring for your homes windows.With an investment of time today, you can protect the look of your home and windows against the ravages of the elements.
Checks for gaps around windows
Gaps allow air to come in and encourage loss of warm air from within. This reduces the energy efficiency of your home. Check for any gaps between the window casing and wall, use spray-form insulation or caulk to help with any gaps.
Check for moisture around windows
Inspect wooden and metal window frames
Weather stripping window maintenance
Keep your windows clean
Protect your investment
December 27, 2015
Are you wondering if your home might benefit from new energy efficient windows? Windows are a key element to consider when looking to increase your home’s energy efficiency and value. The weather conditions outside your home should not appear on the inside. Inefficient windows can leak, allowing water to come into your house behind the walls, this is a leading cause of mold and mildew in homes. This is a sign that your windows need to be replaced with new energy efficient windows.
Are Your Windows Functioning Properly?
If opening and closing is a difficult task, the glass is loose, or the seal between the sash and frame have weakened, it could be time to replace your windows.
Single-pane Glass is not Energy Efficient
Many older homes still use their original windows built with single-pane glass. Simply put, single-pane glass is not energy efficient. They also have an increased chance of breakage. Replacing old single-pane windows with new energy efficient windows can provide substantial energy savings. As well as a major boost in curb appeal, equity and resale value.
What About the Cost of New Energy Efficient Windows?
When we look for ways to invest into our homes we have a lot of options. Not only are we considering upfront cost but also the potential return on investment. According to Remodeling magazine’s 2014 Cost vs. Value report The study showed that homeowners get back nearly 80% of window replacement costs when they eventually sell.
Remember if the weather outside is coming inside, you’ve got a problem. With today’s highly energy-efficient windows and modern designs, there are plenty of cost-saving, aesthetic and functional advantages to replacing your home’s windows. With studies showing that home owners recover most window replacement costs there is no reason not to call Moule’s today. Moule’s Tehama County Glass is here to help get your home looking the way you want, and keeping you warm this winter, and cool this summer.
November 28, 2015
Moule’s Tehama County Glass is pleased to welcome Jason Hallett as the newest addition to its family. Jason Hallett brings with him almost 15 years of experience installing luxury residential garage doors as well as a wide array of commercial rollup door solutions. Jason was born and raised in Washington State then moved to Petaluma after I graduated from high school. He started installing garage doors in 2001 throughout Marin County. We feel fortunate to have him on our Moule’s Glass Team.
Jason Brings 15 Years of Experience as a Garage Door Specialist
At Moule’s Tehama County Glass We offer a wide range of Garage door options. Each garage door is available in a variety of paint and material options. We will help you find the garage door design that best complements your home and personal taste. Whether you seek a contemporary or traditional style, we are sure to have the garage door that suits your needs.
15% off Special!! On all Garage Doors and Garage Door Openers.
Installed now through December 31st 2015