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Check out our latest commercial then call (585) 507-3658 for a quote!

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Insulate your home...stay warm in the winter, stay cooler in the summer, save $$$!  Give us a call for a free insulation audit and estimate. 585-507-3658
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Super Simple Mason Jar Soap Dispenser - Create your own soap dispenser using a mason jar and a plastic pump. This cute dispenser is inexpensive and easy to make. You can use any kind of jar with a lid, but Mason jar lids are a little thinner than the typical jar and the inner lid is flat which makes it easier to [] The post Super Simple Mason Jar Soap Dispenser appeared first on HomeSpot HQ Blog. http://ow.ly/2MJq1z

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Homebuyers Have More Choices in Many Markets - Low interest rates and an improving national job market combined to help more buyers move toward homeownership in July 2014. http://ow.ly/2MzkD6

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Mesmerizing Nature Pillows - I'm a big fan of bees. They are incredibly helpful in supporting flowers and honey is probably the best tasting foods! Any other bee fans out their can snag this pillow below. The post Mesmerizing Nature Pillows appeared first on HomeSpot HQ Blog. http://ow.ly/2MsNqd

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Existing-Home Sales Continue to Climb in July 2014 - The pace of existing-home sales rose for the fourth straight month in July, adding more evidence that the national housing market is improving. http://ow.ly/2MaK0P

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DIY Cleanser Scrub - Cleaning solutions that do all the work for you are great but sometimes a little elbow grease is required. Try this simple DIY cleanser scrub to make sure your effort is not wasted. 1 cup of baking soda 1 cup of water 1 squirt of dishwashing liquid The baking soda and dishwashing liquid are both [] The post DIY Cleanser Scrub appeared first on HomeSpot HQ Blog. http://ow.ly/2M9Akr

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Vintage Pie Safe Knockoff - Measure the cabinet door(s) and choose the tin panels that fit best. The ones I used were vertical panels 10”x14” in size. I had a single large and very plain wood cabinet door to work with, so I picked out 4 panels. Remove the cabinet doors and lay them flat. Lay the tin panels over [] The post Vintage Pie Safe Knockoff appeared first on HomeSpot HQ Blog. http://ow.ly/2LYH5j
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