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Manhattan construction company offers free lunches to thank communities during pandemic - Chicago Tribune

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Manhattan construction company offers free lunches to thank communities during pandemic - Chicago TribuneManhattan construction company offers free lunches to thank communities during pandemic - Chicago TribunePosted: 03 Aug 2020 09:04 AM PDT He said he isn't sure how many people the company will end up feeding, but he wants anyone who lives in the neighborhood, or even people passing through, to feel free to stop and grab lunch. Up and down the block, Ipina placed signs advertising the free food and he distributed flyers across the neighborhood. Veteran Owned and Operated, SERVPRO of Blackwood NJ, Water Damage - Gloucester Township, NJ - Patch.comPosted: 30 Jul 2020 08:57 AM PDT Veteran Owned and Operated, SERVPRO of Blackwood and Gloucester Township NJ, offers free estimates for Covid 19 Cleaning in Blackwood NJ, Water damage restoration in Blackwood NJ, Fire Damage in Blackwood NJ, Mold remediation in Blackwood NJ, Biohazard cleaning in Blackwood NJ, Crime Scene cleaning in Blackw…

How to clean hardwood floors: A guide to preserving wood floors - Real Homes

How to clean hardwood floors: A guide to preserving wood floors - Real HomesHow to clean hardwood floors: A guide to preserving wood floors - Real HomesPosted: 03 Aug 2020 11:57 AM PDTWhether they're mahogany or pine in color, thin in shape, or recently discovered under carpet installed in the '70s, hardwood floors add sophistication and value to the overall aesthetic of homes. Though laminate and vinyl floors are becoming more popular for their affordability, they can't compete with the depth and beauty of hardwood floors. The only drawback is when it comes time to clean hardwood floors. Hardwood floors require a mindful maintenance approach. Use the wrong product or perform an incorrect tune up, and you could do more harm to your floors than good. Never fear. We've got the insider scoop on how to clean and maintain those precious floors for decades to come. Check out our guide to the best mop for more floor care must-havesHow to clean hardwood floors: A complete guid…

Bettendorf IA Summer Roof Inspection Repair And Replacement Services Launched - Yahoo Finance

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Bettendorf IA Summer Roof Inspection Repair And Replacement Services Launched - Yahoo FinanceBettendorf IA Summer Roof Inspection Repair And Replacement Services Launched - Yahoo FinancePosted: 22 Jul 2020 11:01 PM PDTQuality Control Restoration recently launched a new range of professional roof inspections at no cost for homes in Bettendorf, Iowa. The experienced contractor provides reliable roofing services for both residential and commercial clientsBETTENDORF, IA / ACCESSWIRE / July 23, 2020 / Quality Control Restoration, a roofing contractor in Bettendorf, Iowa, announced that they are now offering professional roof inspections at no cost for residential clients. The company is dedicated to helping clients during this hot summer weather.More information can be found at https://www.qualitycontrolrestoration.com/residentialDuring summer, homeowners can take advantage of the warm months and long days to get their household repairs completed. The newly launched free roof inspection se…

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Restaurant Inspections: 9/9 | Toledo Blade - Toledo Blade

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Restaurant Inspections: 9/9 | Toledo Blade - Toledo BladeRestaurant Inspections: 9/9 | Toledo Blade - Toledo BladePosted: 08 Sep 2019 12:00 AM PDT MENUACCOUNTSECTIONSOTHERCLASSIFIEDSCONTACT US / FAQ You are subscribed to email updates from "home inspection business,bissell pet pro" - Google News.
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Cordova Street shop owner prepares for possible flooding from Iasais - FirstCoastNews.com WTLV-WJXX

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Cordova Street shop owner prepares for possible flooding from Iasais - FirstCoastNews.com WTLV-WJXXCordova Street shop owner prepares for possible flooding from Iasais - FirstCoastNews.com WTLV-WJXXPosted: 02 Aug 2020 09:47 PM PDT Sarah's Kersey's store, The Closet, took the biggest hit after Hurricane Matthew four years ago, and it taught her a tough lesson.ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. — The shops on Cordova Street in Downtown St. Augustine are notorious for flooding. As cars drive by, they push the water from heavy rainstorms toward the store's entrances. Sarah's Kersey's store, The Closet, took the biggest hit after Hurricane Matthew four years ago. "Just a ton of water damage, mold -- it had to be ripped out," she described. Kersey said her clothing shop took in about two feet of water, and it taught her a tough lesson. "Always prepare for the worst, hope for the best," she explained. On Sunday, Kersey set up a board and sandbags at each of her store's …

Trickier than advertised: Mystic & Noank Library chimney renovation complete after some surprises - The Westerly Sun

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Trickier than advertised: Mystic & Noank Library chimney renovation complete after some surprises - The Westerly SunTrickier than advertised: Mystic & Noank Library chimney renovation complete after some surprises - The Westerly SunPosted: 02 Aug 2020 06:00 PM PDT MYSTIC — The staging has come down, the protective wrapping is off and the inspector has given his seal of approval: The Mystic & Noank Library's chimney restoration project is finally completed.The project to repair water damage in the portion of the 1890s chimney above the roofline started small and grew into a mammoth undertaking that stretched out the timeline and caused the budget to balloon from an original estimate of $60,000 to $130,000."You can only really live through one of these kinds of projects," said Library Executive Director Karen Wall with a smile, noting that the outside portion of the work concluded just in time for the air conditioning to be turned on in late June. The problematic…

Repairs of high water damage in Michigan could reach $100 million - Crain's Detroit Business

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Repairs of high water damage in Michigan could reach $100 million - Crain's Detroit BusinessRepairs of high water damage in Michigan could reach $100 million - Crain's Detroit BusinessPosted: 11 Feb 2020 12:00 AM PST Road damage from the overflowing Great Lakes and inland waterways may carry a whopping price tag for Michigan, with initial cost estimates for repairs and upgrades as high as $100 million, officials said Monday.About 40 locations around the state have been significantly affected by flooding and erosion as the lakes have set record high levels in the past year, said Brad Wieferich, director of the state Department of Transportation's development bureau. Inland lakes and streams also are full, and the ground is saturated in many places.About $5 million may be needed for immediate fixes, Wieferich said. But long-term improvements such as repairing slopes — or even rerouting sections of roadways farther away from coasts — will require considerably more.&q…

Mum wows after doing a better DIY job cleaning her staircase than professionals - Daily Mail

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Mum wows after doing a better DIY job cleaning her staircase than professionals - Daily MailMum wows after doing a better DIY job cleaning her staircase than professionals - Daily MailPosted: 21 Jul 2020 12:00 AM PDTAn Australian woman has banished stubborn marks from her staircase in minutes, despite being told by the professional cleaners that they were 'permanently stained'.The lady, who posted transformation pictures in the Mums Who Clean Facebook group, had paid for cleaners to remove discolouration from her grey carpet stairs - but they weren't able to complete the job.So she purchased a carpet cleaning vacuum to take on the challenge herself.  The lady had paid for cleaners to remove discolouration from her grey carpet stairs (pictured left) - but they weren't able to complete the job (she used the Bissell on the right) 'The dirty side of our stairs was done professionally. We were told the stains would never come out because the carpet is so old,' she sai…

“Searing heat will make COVID-19 racial disparities worse - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader” plus 1 more

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“Searing heat will make COVID-19 racial disparities worse - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader” plus 1 moreSearing heat will make COVID-19 racial disparities worse - Wilkes Barre Times-LeaderPosted: 02 Aug 2020 08:01 AM PDTBy Teresa WiltzWASHINGTON _ Scientists say the nation is experiencing another public health emergency that will further exacerbate the coronavirus crisis: extreme heat.The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting the next three months will be hotter than normal for much of the country; 2020, it says, likely will rank as one of the hottest years on record.Communities of color, particularly lower-income Black and Latino neighborhoods, will be particularly affected. Extreme heat likely will push more residents into crowded cooling centers, where they may be exposed to the virus, and worsen breathing problems and other underlying health conditions that already disproportionately affect people of color, researchers say.As the summer heats up, cities are offer…