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Improving you venous health

According to Dr. Sonja Stiller, founder of Mentor’s Center for Advanced Vein Care, the past 12 months have been disastrous for our overall health—well beyond the Covid-19 pandemic itself. “There have been huge changes in our social lives,” she explains. “Being stuck at home and away from other people, we have spent far less time...

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These dramatic kitchen upgrades by American Wood Reface are faster and less expensive than a full tear-out

Remodeling your kitchen is one of the best investments you can make in your home. It dramatically increases your home’s resale value, and your family and friends can enjoy it right now. The kitchens has become the new den; it’s where we always seem to congregate. “That’s right,” smiles Jason Hicks of Northeast Ohio’s American Wood...

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Pristine Clean can eliminate algae, moss, dirt and grime from your home’s siding, roof and concrete

Many home improvement companies had a record year in 2020 as families canceled vacation plans and instead invested in their homes. This year, that trend will continue as social distancing recommendations will likely be with us well into the spring and summer. So if you’re looking to have a home service performed this spring by a professional...

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Taking the field of remodeling and refining it

Specializing in timeless design in kitchen and bathroom renovation, Daveron Design + Build by Daveron Builders LLC was founded in 2003 by friends and contractors Dave Mullet and Ron Eddy. Unlike most companies, Dave and Ron are totally hands-on and present at each job site, doing much of the work themselves. To lend the creative direction,...

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Mentor Schools met the challenges of the pandemic victoriously and kept students connected

Mimi recently attended a luncheon (via Zoom, of course, darling) to hear Mentor Schools Superintendent Bill Porter give his annual State of the Schools speech to the Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce. Everything he said was quite impressive. First, he chronicled a few highlights over the past year, which, obviously due to the pandemic, looked...

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