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Here’s how Kristen and Joe Chiera’s Impact Landscape & Home Remodeling can create an outdoor space you’ll love to live in

As summer is unfolding, our back yards have become integral parts of our lifestyle and well-being. They’re where we can relax and connect with nature, enjoy dining outdoors, and just hang out with friends and family. And even though fall is looming around the corner, homeowners can enjoy their yards well into the year—especially if they...

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Sign up now for The Gutter Boys’ gutter cleaning subscription service—and stay off the ladder for good

The last time I was on an extension ladder was four years ago. I was changing an outdoor light bulb, and at the very top I got a little wonky. It was a gut check for me and that was it. No more extension ladders. No more painting, changing light bulbs or cleaning gutters. Those tasks simply aren’t worth the risk of falling 20 feet and...

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A home for the holidays

While we’re still enjoying Northeast Ohio’s gorgeous summer, some other folks are working to bring us one of the region’s most anticipated holiday traditions—the fifth annual Home Builders Association Charitable & Education Foundation’s “A Home for the Holidays.” This annual raffle fundraiser gives away a gorgeous, brand-new...

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The merger of Sewer Cleaning Company and Osbourn Plumbing & Heating creates a combined company that can do it all

When it comes to business mergers and acquisitions, the strategy is often to bring together two competitors to reduce competition. But sometimes the merger is designed to make two non-competitors better by allowing them to offer a fuller suite of services. It’s like bringing together French fries and ketchup, macaroni and cheese, or sweet...

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Enter to win during the Baths R Us Christmas in July summer giveaway

Tile can look nice in a shower or tub surround, but it also can create a major headache, cautions Chad Howman, owner of Baths R Us. “Tile grout is porous, and when water gets into the grout it can get behind the tile,” Chad explains. “Because mold and mildew grow where it’s wet and dark, you can end up with a big patch of mold or...

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