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Spring is Home Improvement Season!


Spring is Home Improvement Season!

Spring is Home Improvement Season!
News from PenBayPilot.com:


Monday, April 28, 2014 – 9:00am

It’s home improvement season – and this spring is a perfect time to prepare your home for next heating season.   Schedule a FREE consult with Evergreen Home Performance to find out how you can gain comfort and cut costs – qualify for up to $ 1500 back from Efficiency Maine!

Every consult includes FREE infrared analysis, which highlights temperature differences to reveal air leaks and insulation gaps.  Don’t let the warm weather discourage you: our infrared cameras are sophisticated enough to reveal thermal gaps year-round. This video proves it! When you and your Ene…………… continues on PenBayPilot.com

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Free home improvement event for Southfield’s low-income families
News from Royal Oak Daily Tribune:

Southfield and Rebuilding Together Oakland County (RTOC), a community rebuilding non-profit, will be holding a one-day home improvement blitz on Saturday, May 3 in the city�s John Grace neighborhood to help low-income homeowners in need of home repairs.

The initiative, which is in its tenth year, involves churches, corporations and individuals who form teams of volunteers to make positive community improvement campaigns possible. This year, the City of Southfield�s employee team will join nine other teams of volunteers to assist eight different homeowners throughout the John Grace neighborhood.

�The City of Southfield has been working with Rebuilding Together Oakland County for the past nine years helping to improve Southfield homes and neighborhoods,� said Southfield Acting Building Official Kerry Comerford. �The projects are typically scattered throughout the city and concentrate on improving individual properties; however, this year�s focus will be solely on the John Grace neighborhood. It is great to see our city employees come together in order to give back to the community and to help those in need.�

As part of the initiative, Oakland County will host the Oak Street Home and Neighborhood Fair on Saturday, May 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the John Grace Community Center, 21030 Indian Road in Southfield.

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