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The Gutter Cover Company’s Gutter Topper offers total gutter protection, without the holes

Holes may be acceptable in Swiss cheese, or in your teenager’s new pair of $60 jeans. But holes are not acceptable on top of your gutter guards, argues Jim Carbone, owner of the Gutter Cover Company. Not if you want them to work right—and for a long time. “Any gutter protector that has holes in the top, whether it is a plastic...

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Revive your salt-ravaged garage floor

Road salt may be good for melting ice, but it’s really horrible for concrete. When you see how salt exacerbates the formation of potholes on roads, think about what happens when it’s tracked into your garage. “A deteriorating, stained concrete floor can not only ruin the look of your garage, but it also devalues your home,” laments...

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Unilock pavers combined with the expertise of Lamphear’s Lawn Service produce retaining walls and paver patios designed to elevate your landscape

Will this be the summer that didn’t get away? “One of the delights of summertime is to finally escape from the walls and ceilings and relax under the stars in the fresh air,” shares Kory Lamphear, owner of Lamphear’s, one of Medina’s landscaping—and hardscape—experts. An inviting outdoor living area, equipped...

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How can you tell if you’ve got a hernia and need treatment?

For most people, the worst thing about a hernia might be the unsightly bulge that may protrude from a person’s groin or navel area. But left untreated, some hernias may develop increased risks of a dangerous condition, say Christopher Bohac, MD, and Liming Yu, MD, general surgeons at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center. A hernia, the...

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Southwest Landscape Management can beautify any lawn or landscape

During a recent visit to Southwest Landscape Management, owner Steve Rak talked about a new grandfather who bought his son a season of lawn and yard maintenance. “It wasn’t because he wanted his son to have a beautiful yard,” Steve explained. “It was because he wanted him to spend more time with the baby and not worry about his yard...

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