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You’re invited to a special one-day-only event at the new showroom at Baths R Us, especially for Mimi readers

Psst. Lean in close. You don’t want to miss this. The Medina-based, family-owned business captivating homeowners since 2020, Baths R Us, renowned for refreshing tired bathrooms with the magic of its transformative renovations, is pulling back the curtain on its new showroom and inviting Mimi readers to an exclusive sneak peek. “If you’re...

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When temps start to rise, having an HVAC system that’s cooling properly is a must

Just like most technology nowadays, air conditioners are getting smarter. New inverter air conditioners adjust compressor speed based on real-time cooling needs, resulting in more precise temperature control and energy savings. Smart thermostats link to your smartphone, tablet or computer, so you can control your settings from anywhere...

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En Garde Deer Defense can help stop the deer destruction of your hydrangeas and roses and day-lilies and hostas and geraniums and more

A co-worker of mine recently invested in a beautiful rose at a local garden center. It reminded her of the roses her grandmother used to tend. “I don’t normally spend this kind of money on a plant,” she said. “It really spoke to me. It was beautiful.” She planted the rose with great care, digging the hole extra wide and enhancing the...

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The Gutter Boys will make your gutters ready to receive summer storms

When you live this close to one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world, you can count on one thing: major summer storms. And when the downpours come, your gutters need to be ready to handle the intense volume of water to deliver it away from your home’s foundation. One local company can keep your gutters flowing freely whether you want...

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Have Pristine Clean clean and protect your roof—and get instant curb appeal

Look around your neighborhood and you’ll likely see a number of rooftops stained with black streaks. Those unsightly stains are not simply grime. They are made by an invasive algae called Gloeocapsa magma. And not only do these algae feed off your shingles, it’s highly contagious, traveling in the wind from rooftop to...

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