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Here's how GK's Custom Polishing is bringing interior and exterior surfaces back to life

One of the reasons granite, marble and other natural stones are so desirable is because they can make any space or surface look more beautiful and inviting, insists Grant K. Alexander, president and founder of GK’s Custom Polishing, Inc., in Avon. “The challenge, however, is that natural stone surfaces are prone to becoming dull and...

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A floor-to-ceiling garage makeover from Encore Garage Ohio creates more space to gather

You knew the day would come when you could once again host a gathering of more than 10 guests, including your labradoodle. But now that the invitation list for your kid’s graduation party exceeds the perimeter of a business card, where are you going to put everybody? Mike Padden, owner of Encore Garage Ohio, may have the...

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When someone has a stroke, every second counts

“Time is brain” is a popular adage that emphasizes the importance of every second that passes after a person has a stroke. “The longer you wait to get treatment, the more of your brain that is likely to be damaged—and the damage could become permanent,” says Mark Rorick, MD, neurologist and stroke director at University Hospitals...

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With more people summering at home this year, Southwest Landscape Management can ensure your outdoor surroundings are ready

The summer calendar of parades, fireworks and festivals seems to have been crossed off before we’ve even flipped the page to June. But here’s the good news: You always have your yard. “A lot of people are going to be spending more time at home this summer,” projects Steve Rak, owner of Southwest Landscape Management. “Relaxing...

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If you’ve been contemplating a move, now is the time

One curve that hasn’t flattened during the past couple months has been home sales, reports Renee Velasquez, owner of The RSVP Group at eXp Realty, in Brunswick. “Despite the pandemic, home sales during the month of April held their ground —or even exceeded sales during April of last year—depending on the city you’re looking...

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