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Here’s how you can gutter cleaning forever with the nation’s top-rated micro-mesh gutter cover

If you’re thinking about cleaning your own gutters this spring, I have three words for you: Don’t do it. Personally, I have two friends who each had their lives tragically altered when they fell from an extension ladder while cleaning their gutters. It isn’t worth the risk. The Gutter Boys are trained in ladder safety and have...

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ABC Equipment Rental & Sales helps local contractors improve their bottom line with equipment that can get more work done in less time and with less labor

As I write, it is early February and 58 degrees outside. No, I’m not in the Carolinas; I’m in Northeast Ohio. There’s no doubt that we’ll have an early spring in 2020. Even Punxsutawney Phil says so. So if you’re a contractor, get ready. With an early spring and a vibrant economy, it’s likely going to be another boom year...

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A Final Thought: The great awakening

Have you noticed how we humans have an innate tendency to categorize, to label, classify and collect? We scan our environment for what is different, what is similar, what is known and unknown. We gather mushrooms and berries, collect rocks and seashells, and organize them into neat little piles. We plant “flowers.” We pluck “weeds...

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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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