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Here’s how to beautify your roof and add 5 to 10 years to its life, saving you thousands of dollars

Although Pristine Clean is widely known for cleaning grime, mold, moss and mildew from roofs, siding and driveways, the company now offers a roof restoration service dubbed the Pristine Roof Renew, and it has become one of the fastest growing parts of the company. “Once you see the results, you can’t help but love it,” says company...

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Lake Metroparks Farmpark’s Plant Science Center gives visitors a look at how locally sourced crops make their way to your dinner table

With the growing prevalence of farm-to-table eating, Mimi decided it was time to explore the current fascination with where our food comes from by taking a field trip to the Plant Science Center at Lake Metroparks Farmpark in Kirtland. Nestled on 235 rolling acres of fields, gardens and farm buildings, each year the center draws more than...

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Wash, Protect, Renew: More than just a power washing

What do you get when you cross warm, wet and dark? The answer: grime—including dirt, mildew, algae and moss. “The warm March and wet April created a perfect storm,” explains Pristine Clean founder Ken Wilson. “Plus, the lack of sunshine in April prevented our siding, roofs and concrete from drying out and that has allowed mold and...

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There’s still time to have your best summer ever!

The 80-degree temperatures have arrived and shorts and swimsuit season is finally here. If you’ve picked up unwanted pounds over the winter and cold, wet spring—or if you’ve been trying to lose weight for a long while without success—here’s a safe and effective way to shed 20 to 40 pounds in six to eight weeks, guaranteed,...

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Mentor Schools is focused on strengthening the partnership between students and the local businesses that could hold the keys to their future

After hearing about the Cardinal Connect Luncheon on Monday, May 2, at Paradigm in Mentor—Mimi can say she has restored faith in the next generation. “The purpose of the luncheon, which served more than 140 people, was to connect students with local business partners,” says Kristen Kirby, community relations director for Mentor...

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