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144 Wesarg Road, Onalaska, WA 98570 – New Listing

Just like new inside, with a shop!

Price to Sell!   $149,900

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Move in ready! 2 bdrm/2bath home with a shop and a heatpump! New windows, cabinets, flooring. This quality constructed home has been tastefully remodeled throughout. You will enjoy the privacy that established landscaping and an oversized lot provides! On almost half acre, lined with bordering trees, firepit, even a shop for your projects. Enjoy the small town life, close to town, but still have room for gardening and pets. Metal roof on both shop and home, designed to last!


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154 Pollman Road, Chehalis WA 98532 – Farm !

NEW TODAY – Spectacular!  3010 Sqft  – Newer 4 bdrm farm house.  9.84 Acres w154 Pollman Rd, Chehalis WAith 4128 Shop, and a 4 Stall barn!  Fenced pastures for goats and horse, round pen, tack room, hay storage.  Gourmet kitchen includes granite counters, stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets and hardwood floors.  Open floor plan, great room with gas rock fireplace, and lots of natural lighting.   Attached 2 car garage.

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$540,000

Fix Air Leaks Around Windows | Stopping Door Air Leaks | HouseLogic

An average home loses up to 30% of its heating and cooling energy through air leaks. The most significant air leaks tend to occur around windows and doors. To stop air leaks and prevent your home heating and cooling dollars from vanishing in the wind, it’s important to seal any air leaks around windows and doors.

Check for air leaks

With windows and doors closed, hold a lit stick of incense near window and door frames where drafts might sneak in. Watch for smoke movement. Note what sources need caulk, sealant, and weather-stripping.

Seal air leaks around windows

If you have old windows, caulking and adding new weatherstripping goes a long way toward tightening them up.

Bronze weatherstripping ($12 for 17 feet) lasts for decades but is time-consuming to install.

Self-stick plastic types are easy to put on but don’t last very long.

Adhesive-backed EPDM rubber ($8 for 10 feet) is a good compromise, rated to last at least 10 years.

Nifty gadgets called pulley seals ($9 a pair) block air from streaming though the holes where cords disappear into the frames.

Seal air leaks around doors

Check for air leaks, and replace old door weatherstripping with new.

Foam-type tape has an adhesive backing; it’s inexpensive and easy to install. If it comes loose, reinforce it with staples.

Felt is either adhesive-backed or comes with flexible metal reinforcement. it must be tacked or glued into place. It’s cheap and easy to install, but it has low durability.

Tubular rubber, vinyl, and silicone weatherstripping is relatively expensive and tricky to install, but it provides an excellent seal. Some types come with a flange designed to fit into pre-cut grooves in the jambs of newer doors; check your existing weatherstripping and replace with a similar style.

Check exterior trim for any gaps between the trim and your door frames, and the trim and your siding. Caulk gaps with an exterior latex caulk ($5 for a 10-ounce tube).

Seal door bottoms

If a draft comes in at the bottom, check the condition of the threshold gasket. Replace worn gaskets. If you can see daylight under the door, you may need to install a new threshold with a taller gasket ($25 for a 36-inch door). Or, install a weather-resistant door sweep designed for exterior doors ($9). Door sweeps attach directly to the door and are easy to install.

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Pending Sale! Kennicott Road

 

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178 Kennicott Road

Chehalis, Washington
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Pride of ownership. 3 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath, Main living area has Vaulted pine ceilings, indirect lighting, laminate flooring, surrounding a cozy fireplace. Deck runs full length of living and kitchen area, overlooking your private yard with fruit trees, surrounded by tall firs. Large windows and glass doors provide year around natural lighting. Gourmet kitchen with high end appliances, hard surface counters. Daylight basement with rec room and another cozy fireplace.
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New Listing ! 327 Latona, Centralia WA $110,000

Cute as can be, clean and move in ready!  2 bedroom home with brand new roof, vinyl windows, carpet and vinyl floor cover.  Quiet, well maintained neighborhood setting, yet close enough to walk to shoping. Double pedestal sinks in the bathroom.  Large fenced back yard, with fruit trees, room for a garden or RV parking, even has a shop for your projects or possible extra living space. Hot Tub included.  Parking in both the front driveway and gated parking in the back.

New Listing! 662 Forest Napavine Rd W, Chehalis WA

$267,549

Pride of ownership shows throughout this property! This home has plenty of space and a great floor plan, with 3 bedrooms,  family room, living room and 2 rocked fireplaces on 5.89 secluded acres. Entertain or relax outdoors year around with covered front and back decks.  Brand new roof.  The private gated driveway is blacktoped-paved from the road with a circular rear entrance.  Large 48 x 30 shop with 3 over height bay doors wired for 220v.  Easy commute off I-5.