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    "The house absolutely glows with a new-found beauty. Tom is a genius in his ability to coordinate the work done to my home. In between many raindrops, he managed to get the painting done in a few days and have Mike, the roofer, and his crew tear off and replace the shingles and wood in two days time. And even though I'm on the west side, Tom was able to catch me before I left for work around 8:00 a.m. Your company has really boosted the resale value of my house. I plan to engage you again for interior work in the coming years. Thank you for a job well done!"

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  • What Do You Do When You’re Stuck In The Snow?

    [caption id="attachment_9817" align="alignleft" width="345"]snow drive safety Drive Safe In The Snow[/caption]

    It's bad out there on those roads. Driving can be very stressful when the roads are covered in snow. Here are some tips you can use when you're driving and if you get stuck in the snow.

    1. Don’t spin your tires. That will only dig your car in deeper and possibly damage the tires.
    2. Put the car in the lowest possible gear and try to back up slowly. Stop. Then move forward, slowly. Ideally, that rocking will help the car gain traction.
    3. If that fails, turn the steering wheel and again, try to back up slowly, then move ahead slowly.
    4. Still stuck? Get out of the car (make sure it’s in park with the safety brake on) and try to dig out any excess snow around the tires. If you have sand, kitty litter or even an old piece of cardboard, put it under your rear tires before you try to pull out again.

    Courtesy of Red Plum

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