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If your vision of an exterior makeover includes a new roof, siding, gutters or an exterior paint job, Curb Appeal Painting and its division Curb Appeal Roofing are the companies to call

Hibernation Season is officially over. Now that homeowners have taken that first tentative walk around their home’s exterior, and the areas in need of attention have been listed and prioritized, all you need is the right people to make them happen. If your vision of an exterior makeover includes a new roof, siding, gutters or an exterior...

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Here’s how Chagrin Home Improvements can prepare your deck for optimum seasonal enjoyment

Deck weather is here, and if your deck isn’t ready there’s still time to get on the schedule at Chagrin Home Improvements for a deck cleaning and staining from one of the area’s most dedicated deck professionals. Just ask around. “Now that we’ve been in business for more than 10 years, we are seeing satisfied repeat and now even...

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Kaye Construction can make your remodel do more—here’s how

Living by Aristotle’s philosophy that that whole is greater than the sum of its parts, Kaye Construction renovates rooms that seamlessly enhance your home’s overall esthetic and functionality. “When remodeling individual rooms, we always try to incorporate some of the existing character of the home, but refresh and enhance it,” says...

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Floorz: Where innovations in flooring take a front seat

A quest for offering innovative, trend-centric flooring with impeccable customer service has launched Floorz to the upper echelon of retailers in Northeast Ohio. With expansive showrooms in Strongsville, Maple Heights and Montrose, founder and owner Brian Erickson has led the family-owned operation over the past 14 years. Innovation and...

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Learn how Spartan StormShield went above and beyond for one local farming family

On any given drive along state Route 303 heading west to Oberlin, you’ll see dilapidated farm barns dotting the gently rolling landscape. Family-run operations face a constant struggle to maintain the pre-Depression era buildings upon which their livelihood is built. So last spring, when part of the roof of a circa 1930s barn on the...

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