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Warm Those Pipes, Michigan

As January rolls along, temperatures in Michigan are dropping even further. In fact, as daytime highs fail to climb out of the 20s, you’ll miss those warmer winter days when our highs topped 40 degrees. But while you’re dressing in … Continue reading

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MICHIGAN’S MAN-MADE DISASTERS

It happened in Grand Rapids and again in Shelby Township. It also took place in Allegan and Georgetown Township. Residents in these Michigan locations have experienced the destructive outcome of a car crash, not on the road, but in their … Continue reading

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Upgrading During Restoration

A restoration project has a simple mission: get the home back to its original, pre-disaster condition. But that doesn’t mean the restoration work can’t coincide with other plans to upgrade and enhance a home. In fact, tying a restoration project … Continue reading

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Michigan’s Ace in Accessibility Solutions

According to the Social Security Administration, one out of four of today’s twenty year-olds will become disabled before they retire. That disability may be prompted by an injury or accident—at work, at home, on the road, etc.—and could lead to … Continue reading

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