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Many businesses are in competition for your remodeling project dollar, but few can deliver such an affordable improvement in appearance, maintainability and home value as The Bath Authority

Over the years I have written more than my fair share of home improvement-related articles, and have come to the conclusion that as with many other consumer products, there are three types of home improvement projects: Good, Better and Best. Good: The Basic is a “just-get-it-done” project that fixes a long-ignored problem for the...

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Join the Willoughby Western Lake County Chamber of Commerce and watch your business grow

It’s often said that success in business is more about who you know than what you know. By joining the Willoughby Western Lake County Chamber of Commerce, you get an edge with both the “who” and the “what.” “Our vibrant and active group enjoys a bevy of networking opportunities, workshops and training for professional...

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When a top remodeler and seasoned design pro tackle a 1950s ranch re-do, the result is pure magic

When homeowners work with an interior designer, they open up a world of ideas they never would have thought of,” says Bob Potocar, owner of Acclaim Renovations & Design. “They push you away from indecision and allay your fear of making mistakes. They make your wish list match your budget. You can always tell a finished renovation that began...

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Are your feet looking ‘puffy?’

Now that shorts and sandals season has finally arrived, take a good look at your feet, ankles and lower legs in the bright sunshine. What do you see? Warning signs of venous disease include obvious ones like purple veins, bulging veins and swelling, but there are also more subtle symptoms, such as spider veins, skin discoloration and puffiness,...

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Mentor Schools is focused on strengthening the partnership between students and the local businesses that could hold the keys to their future

After hearing about the Cardinal Connect Luncheon on Monday, May 2, at Paradigm in Mentor—Mimi can say she has restored faith in the next generation. “The purpose of the luncheon, which served more than 140 people, was to connect students with local business partners,” says Kristen Kirby, community relations director for Mentor...

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