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Join the Celebration! Angersteins celebrates 90 years !
E P Henry is a manufacturer of pavers that are several times stronger than concrete and more durable than asphalt. This four-generation family makes this fine American-made product, and offers THE BEST warranty in the industry – not just on the product but also on the installation.* That’s why they are at the top of everyone’s list when it comes to designing an outside patio, pool, walkway driverway and more. EP Henry also offers a huge selection of colors, textures, and shapes so you can make the patio of your dreams. It is because their good reputation and long-standing history in the community, which mirrors that of Angersteins Building Supply, that we have chosen to giveaway a beautiful, long-lasting, memory-making paving stone patio by this pretty fantastic company. All of us at Angersteins hope that you enjoy this amazing opportunity to own an EP Henry paving patio of your own……and thank you for your 90 years of patronage.
-225 sf of any, in stock EP Henry paving stones
-Aggregate & Sand necessary for a standard installation
-polymeric sand for a standard installation to seal pavers and reduce penetration of weeds between them
-snap edge for the perimeter of the patio
-one delivery charge in New Castle county, Delaware
- deliveries outside of New Castle county Delaware will incur a surcharge
Not included in prize:
-installation, although we will work with customer to find the best installer to complete the job
-Wall systems are not included but can be purchased separately
-taxes and fess associated with winning a randomly-drawn free prize
A.H. Angerstein, Inc. is a family-owned and operated company that opened its doors for business when Albert H. Angerstein, Sr. purchased a small company that sold coal and feed in 1924. This year marks the 90th Anniversary of the store now with two locations – Wilmington and Milton, Delaware. There are six family members who run the business today!
Celebrations will kick off in March and last for 9 months! Each month we will highlight one of our clients & have amazing giveaways from grills to lighting to the GRAND Prize – a FREE EP Henry patio!
MONTHLY FREE GIVEAWAYS (enter today!) include a Kichler landscape lighting package, Summer Classics patio furniture, a Craftmade outdoor ceiling fan, a Heatilator outdoor fireplace and more.
One lucky winner will be cooking smores on this amazing wood-burning firepit. EP Henry has an incredible selection of styles and colors making the design process for customers easy and fun. The firepit kit comes in three colors – Autumn Blend, Pewter Blend and Dakota Blend. To see EP Henry’s firepit kit, visit our Wilmington or Milton stores, where we have it on display.”
We want to hear from you! Post on our facebook page and tell us why you love Angersteins! Tweet us and use the hastag #Angersteins, or stop by the store and tell us in person! You will be entered to win our monthly giveaway – and a chance to win the grand prize – an EP Henry patio!
March Giveaway: EP Henry Firepit Kit – Retail Value $838.
Angerstein’s is Delaware’s leading distributor of E. P. Henry™ Hardscaping™ products. E. P. Henry is the oldest family-owned and -operated manufacturer of unit concrete products in America and has long been committed to being the market leader in both consumer and commercial Hardscaping.
BBC TAVERN AND GRILL: Owner of BBC & Grill, Dave Dietze, really wanted to use local suppliers and artists in the creation of his beloved restaurant. The ambient lighting in the space, sconces and chandeliers, was specifed by Dietze’s architect, and supplied by Angerstein’s Lighting. When it came to lighting the beautifully crafted bar, Angerstein’s used low-voltage cabinet lighting that provides generous light to show off their display of sprits. This type of lighting also easliy hides the wires and hardware from sight. Then, in the restrooms, Angerstein’s softened the hard lines with beautiful mirrors from Uttermost and World Imports.
Lighting Designers: Sandy Conley and Kristen Ursomarso – Angersteins
Architect: Richard Buchanan Archer Buchanan – West Chester, PA
“Restaurant lighting design plays a critical role in attracting customers and effects their overall dining experience. More than 80 percent of restaurant success stories get written before the doors ever open. Kristen and Sandy worked with us to choose lighting, mirrors, and bathroom accessories for BBC Tavern & Grill. Congratulations on celebrating 90 years in business. Quite an accomplishment!
- David Dietze BBC Tavern & Grill
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|BUY ONE ENTRÉE OR SANDWICH, GET ONE OF EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE FREE!
GOOD for the month of March 2014 ONLY!!Cannot be combined with any other offer, one coupon per table, dine-in only, no cash value.
A.H. Angerstein, Inc. is a family-owned and operated company that opened its doors for business when Albert H. Angerstein, Sr. purchased a small company that sold coal and feed in 1924. This year marks the 90th Anniversary of the store now with two locations – Wilmington and Milton, Delaware.
Celebrations will kick off in March and last for 9 months! Each month we will highlight one of our clients & have amazing giveaways from grills to lighting to an EP Henry patio!
We ask you to join in the celebration! Follow us on social media to stay in the loop and celebrate with us!
Shortly thereafter, his son, Albert H. Angerstein, Jr. joined the company and helped run the business. The company proved to be successful, so the owners forged ahead, adding some hardware and building materials as well as heating oil to their product offerings.
In 1963, Bruce W. Greene, Mr. Angerstein’s son-in-law, joined the family business. Under Mr. Greene’s direction, the company defined its niche by servicing contractors and homebuilders. As the company grew, it branched into the fast-growing markets of windows, doors, mirrors, kitchens, baths and lighting, servicing DIY-ers and homeowners as well as contractors.
In 1995, Angerstein’s expanded their product offerings in their hardware store, enabling the company to accommodate many more “Do-It-Yourself” customers.
After making deliveries for years to the Delaware beach resorts and surrounding areas, Angerstein’s opened a store in Sussex County, Delaware in 2006. Located in the historic town of Milton, this store gives customers in the lower part of the state access to Angerstein’s excellent products and services. Primarily a hardscaping and building supply store, Angerstein’s South – as we fondly refer to it – is an excellent addition to the family. And speaking of family, today, every single member of the Greene family is active in the operations of the company, and Angerstein’s has become the premier Building Supply & Design Center in the state of Delaware and surrounding areas.
Prints: Animal prints are becoming increasingly predominant in both interior design and fashion. Zebra, cowhide, crocodile, leopard are great as accents, rugs, wallpaper and lamp shades. Mix COLOR and Prints! Animal prints act as a neutral and go with anything!
Define your own style with lighting from Arteriors Home. The Dallas Chandelier as featured in Bungalow Magazine.
Will you soon don the parka and embark on the annual quest for the perfect Charlie Brown holiday tree? Or simply descend the stairs and fetch the ever-symmetrical artificial tree from the basement?
Either way, be smart about fire safety, especially if you have a fireplace or freestanding stove. They belong together during the holidays – but not too close! Although indoor tree fires aren’t common, when they do occur, they’re more likely to be serious. That’s according to the U.S. Fire Administration.
Keep everyone in your home safe by following these simply safety tips:
Placement: When choosing a spot for your tree, make sure there is a good amount of space between it and your fireplace or freestanding stove. It really doesn’t matter if your unit burns wood, pellets or gas – it makes fire, so keep the tree a safe distance away.
Fire Resistance: When purchasing an artificial tree, make sure it is rated fire resistant. All trees will burn if exposed to flames, but trees that are manufactured in this manner will resist fire and extinguish faster than those that are not.
H2O: If you have a live tree, water it every day. The heat in our homes dries trees out fast, and they can easily become fire hazards. By keeping the water reservoir full at all times, you know you’re doing everything possible to keep your tree hydrated.
Waste – Not! Don’t ever burn wrapping paper or cardboard boxes in your fireplace or stove. They can easily escalate out of control and cause a flash fire.
For more information about preventing holiday tree fires, visit the U.S. Fire Administration’s website.
source: Harman Stoves
Hues of blue fuse with green tones, morphing into one of the most sought-after colors of the season: Teal. Pantone notes that the shades of green so popular earlier this year are evolving into these deeper, luxurious shades of teal, embracing a soft, versatile look for Fall.
A sophisticated and refined addition to any room, teal embodies elements of simplicity and discriminating taste. At the same time, teal offers a vibrant pop of color that can enhance an otherwise lackluster neutral-based space.
source: Arteriors Home
Angersteins is proud to be working with Dallas Shaw on her DKNY holiday style project. Dallas worked with Kristen Ursomarso to hand pick two Arteriors chandeliers from Angersteins to be featured in the project.
Dallas is an illustrator for top designers and fashion houses and has appeared in numerous publications, advertorials, and shopping sites offering personal style picks, expert advice, and industry knowledge.
The Harding chandelier is a sculpture waiting to be hung.
The Adele Pendant
A great lighting strategy can do so much more than create a safe, inviting atmosphere in your home. With the right lighting scheme, you can dramatically enhance your home’s aesthetics (and value) by accentuating its best features, and de-emphasizing “problem areas.” Here, the world renowned lighting designers from Murray Feiss offer their exclusive tips and tricks!
Creative Ceiling Solutions
- To make low ceilings seem higher, bounce light from up-lighting fixtures (like torchiere-style wall sconces) to visually “raise” ceilings.
- To highlight dramatic Cathedral or beamed ceilings: Use wall sconces to cast uplight, emphasizing beamed ceilings.
- To disguise rough or patchy surfaces, keep lighting off of the ceiling by using only downlighting. Imperfections in a surface will be less noticeable without direct light shining on them. Beautiful, decorative fixtures (such as chandeliers) can also serve as alternate focal points.
Accent Lighting Tips
- Highlight textured surfaces for a fascinating look. Whether it’s a tile
- backsplash or a stone fireplace, textured surfaces should be brought to life with the proper accent lighting. For the best results, “skim” the surfaces with a slightly-angled light.
- Consider backlighting decorative objects. Placing a simple light behind decorative fixtures, like plants or sculptures, creates a fascinating accent lighting effect. This works particularly well with accent pieces that have translucent components, like glass or even the water in fountains.