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Nate

Nate Morris
General Manager

Jeremy

Jeremy Stoker
Office Manager, Estimator

Rick

Rick Aldrich
Lead Restoration Technician

Dean

Dean Hanson
Certified Technician

Colt

Colt Schroeder
Certified Technician

Adrian

Adrian Dickenson
Technician

 

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  • Make sure you close your Garage Door!!!


  • Once the winter freeze-and-thaw cycle kicks in, a tiny leak in your roof can turn into a crevasse—and a $10,000-plus repair job. Clogged gutters and dribbling spigots can also do a lot of damage. So take advantage of the cooler weather to do home and yard repairs and spruce-ups. The following tips can save you thousands of dollars in repair costs.
    Clean leafs out of your gutters
    Get some leaf relief
    Fallen leaves can kill grass when they’re matted down by snow. Leaf piles can also attract rodents. But using leaf bags means work and waste if they go into a landfill.
    What to do: Don’t overlook your mower’s mulching mode. Ground-up leaves feed your lawn and save money. You might need to make a few passes to slice the leaves small enough to decay. (See Consumer Reports' lawn mower Ratings and recommendations.)
    What you save: Along with saving the cost of leaf bags (Americans spend millions of dollars a year on them), you sidestep the stooping and bending of raking and bagging.


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