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Dry...inside and out

One of the last things a homeowner wants to see is water in his or her basement. That’s especially true after the homeowner already has paid two contractors big bucks to fix the problem. “We spent a lot of money to have the first company come out and fix this. Three years later the walls started to bow in again,” laments Jim Guarnera,...

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Your gorgeous yard by Lamphear’s

Prompted by winter's sneak preview of spring, a conversation with Kory Lamphear and Kevin Mick, of Lamphear’s, quickly turns into a discussion about fresh, vibrant yards and landscapes that draw you eagerly out of your house on warm summer days. “Early spring is the most important time of the year for weed control,” reveals Kory, who...

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Landscaping...as it should be

In an age of rapidly changing high technology, John Neff is proud to call himself “old school.” “I’m old school as far as quality and attention to detail are concerned,” explains John, who started Neff Landscaping 40 years ago. “There are some things that are better today than when I started. For example, the equipment I use is...

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TeethXpress Smiles

The ability to change a person’s life in a matter of a few hours. That, reveals Dr. John Heimke, owner of Facial Aesthetic Designers, is one of the things that guided him into cosmetic-implant dentistry. “There is a lot of research about the impact of a great smile,” Dr. Heimke emphasizes. “A person’s smile can affect them...

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Stop the water

The approach of spring marks an important time to check your basement walls. Melting snow and falling rain release an immense amount of water into the ground around your home, ready to seep through any cracks and put pressure on your home’s foundation. “Moisture on your basement walls or a white residue or cracking can indicate a problem...

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