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With an air conditioning tune-up from S&S, breathing easier while chilling out will cost you less than a hundred bucks

Though we all have been obsessively washing our hands and diligently scrubbing down surfaces these past two months to keep the coronavirus at bay, there also is a way to clean the air we breathe in our homes. For the past decade, S&S Heating, Cooling & Sheet Metal has been installing Trane CleanEffects Air Cleaner to reduce contaminants and...

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The dream of waterfront or golf course frontage living can be yours, at Mallards Edge

“The sound of water is worth more than all the poets’ words.” —Octavio Paz Homeowners who live at Mallards Edge know firsthand what Paz, the recipient of the 1990 Nobel Prize for Literature, meant. There is something magical and soothing about the sound of water. The gentle ripples on a lake and the dancing drops of water cascading...

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With fewer options for buyers to choose from, home sellers who list with Exactly are commanding top dollar

With all the negativity surrounding the economy during the pandemic, there is positive news for homeowners. “Homeowners are getting top dollar for selling their homes right now,” says Kevin Wasie, owner of Exactly real estate company. “It is simply a matter of supply and demand. Home listings are down 35 percent compared to last year...

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Your leg pain may be caused by vascular diseases of the veins or arteries, Medina Vein & Vascular Center can help

With each beat, the heart pumps oxygen-rich blood into the arteries—up to 90 gallons an hour. The arteries carry blood away from the heart to all the body’s tissues, and then the veins carry blood back to the heart. And so the cycle repeats. Any blockage, however, can lead to myriad of health issues. While the coronary arteries are...

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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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