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Exscape Designs can help you build the life you want, in your own backyard

One of the things the Covid-19 pandemic and accompanying social distancing requirements have taught us is that we can no longer rely on outside institutions to provide for our quality of life. We have to take responsibility ourselves. In other words, we must build the life we want in our own backyard. If your country club pool or community...

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Chagrin Home Improvements can turn the appearance of your deck around before the balmy temps are here to stay

As life slowly returns to normal here in Northeast Ohio, chances are we’ll still be sticking close to home this summer. And there’s still time to get on Chagrin Home Improvements’ schedule to have your deck cleaned, stained, sealed and ready for your family to enjoy. “We can do the job for you from start to finish without you ever...

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Cover your gutters this spring and never worry about cleaning them again

Imagine this scene: You’re sitting at your kitchen table looking out at the dark clouds of a gathering storm. You see a bright flash of lightning. A second later, a loud crash of thunder. More lightning. More thunder. Then the downpour begins. Suddenly you see the real danger—a deluge of water cascading out of your clogged...

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Beautify and protect your home with a professional power wash from Pristine Clean

The kids are home from school, vacations are cancelled, and amusement parks are unlikely options for a while yet. This spring and summer we are all going to be spending a lot more time at home. And just like a freshly mopped, vacuumed and dusted home is more enjoyable on the inside, a sparkling clean exterior is more enjoyable, too. No...

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Rocco and Mark Olivieri, of Olivieri & Son, answer some frequently asked questions about keeping foundation water out of the basement

More than half of basements in homes have a moisture problem. And not all of them are old homes. According to the American Society of Home Inspectors, most new homes will develop a leak in the basement within 10 to 15 years of being built. To help homeowners keep their basements dry, we sat down with Rocco and Mark Olivieri, owners of...

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