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The Brunswick home selling and buying market may never be the same

In a competitive housing market, it helps to work with a real estate agent who knows how to find a competitive edge. Kevin Ball, co-owner of Re/Max Omega, in Brunswick, remembers reporting breaking news to fellow agent Sheila Watson a couple decades ago. The expanding company they worked for had relinquished the inherited phone number of a...

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Worry-free flooring for garages, basements and indoor patios from Ohio Garage Interiors

Soon after Mike and Theresa Paolucci had their brand-new basement floor installed, the flooding came. A collapsed drain in the front yard of their Rocky River home backed sewage into the basement, destroying the Paoluccis’ new laminate flooring. The utility room floor, however, remained in pristine condition. That part of the basement,...

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Lamphear’s Lawn Service’s new 4 Season Maintenance Package allows you to put away your landscape maintenance machines for good

The nicest thing about having a gorgeous, manicured lawn and landscape probably isn’t working on it, argues Kory Lamphear, owner of Lamphear’s Lawn Service. It’s enjoying and relaxing in it, Kory says. “Weekends are short,” he emphasizes. “Every minute you spend mowing and fertilizing your lawn is a minute that you’re not...

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Revive your salt-ravaged 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 it can do to your garage floor. “A deteriorating, stained concrete floor can not only ruin the look of your garage, but it also devalues your home,” laments Mike Padden,...

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High-quality cabinets, built to last

Particularly if you have kids, you may watch in horror as your kitchen cabinets—not to mention everything else in the house—seem to disintegrate before your eyes. I’ve personally wondered how it’s possible for small humans to cause so much damage. As it turns out, there actually are people who get paid to ruin cabinets—or...

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