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Home Town CLEaners cleans everything from small condominiums to 10,000-square-foot homes, offices and other commercial spaces

If hard work and skill combined with integrity and reliability is the recipe for success, Kenny Petersen and Daniel Krotz have a bright future. Kenny and Daniel are the owners of Home Town CLEaners and they not only love running their business, they also love to clean. “People are so busy with jobs and families. Sometimes cleaning the house...

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K. Hovnanian’s Four Seasons at Chestnut Ridge is a 55+ community that is taking the region by storm

More and more evidence is emerging that the big three variables associated with a long, healthy, happy life are not complicated. They are 1) diet, 2) exercise, and 3) a healthy social network. No, not an online social network, but a real one, one made up of actual friends and neighbors whose physical company you look forward to and...

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Ready your roof for spring

There are several signs that you may need a new roof, including damaged shingles, missing shingles and evidence of water leaking into your home. If you see these indications, don’t wait too long because the spring rains are coming. “If a roof is damaged, a little rain or melting snow may be all you need to finally see a leak,” says...

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The Dover Flooring & Tile Center sells premium flooring and designs and installs luxury bathrooms

What looks like an unassuming storefront in the middle of a retail shopping center in North Olmsted is actually a spacious and elegant flooring and tile showroom. Opened last year, The Dover Flooring & Tile Center offers a VIP experience from start to finish, with a hand-picked group of highly seasoned tradespeople installing top-of-the-line,...

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Choice Cabinet is currently matching the price of any competitor’s similarly constructed cabinet, and knocking off an additional 10 percent

Claudine DiSanto has spent much of her life in the kitchen. “I am 100 percent Italian, so I grew up in a kitchen full of people,” she says. “One thing I’ve known all my life is that a kitchen has to be functional. It can’t simply look good. There has to be a rhyme and reason for everything, or it just doesn’t work...

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