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The focus at Wadsworth Auto Oasis is on the finished product: A clean, dry vehicle when you leave

“Nothing about what we offer is duplicated elsewhere in Northeast Ohio,” insists Tom Loos, one half of the brother-brother ownership team at the just-launched Wadsworth Auto Oasis. “You’d have to drive to Columbus to find a wash like this. We customized the building to our exact specifications. Our goal was to build a car wash that...

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Get the new custom cabinet look without the new cabinet price with Neubert Painting

Spend any amount of time swiping through photos of remodeled kitchens on Pinterest or Houzz, and you might find yourself turning citrus green with envy—or royal blue, canary yellow or any of the other on-trend cabinet colors of the moment. Rare, however, is the homeowner willing to take the financial risk associated with purchasing custom...

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The hottest new trend in flooring revealed

With “waterproof flooring” on the lips of virtually everyone in the flooring biz, product choice and selection is still a bit confusing for the consumer. “There are so many options within the waterproof flooring category,” explains Brian Erickson, owner of Floorz in Montrose and Strongsville. “Most people recognize luxury vinyl tile...

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Your adult kid could be your alternate

When you have kids under the age of 18, your main focus in estate planning might be who will take care of them in the event you pass. But once they hit that magical age of legal adulthood, that kind of thinking should change says Jay Nabors, who, along with wife, Linda, is an attorney with Nabors and Nabors Ltd., the Strongsville-based law firm...

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There is help for navigating autism

Many parents who learn their child has autism spring into fix-it mode, immediately trying to change the reality of the situation. “We’re constantly thinking maybe this vitamin will work, or that doctor will help. The reality is, we just have to accept our children for who they are and love them for where they’re at,” says Maritza Molis,...

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