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The most common mistakes homeowners make when choosing a home …


The most common mistakes homeowners make when choosing a home …

The most common mistakes homeowners make when choosing a home …
News from The Patriot Talon:

(BPT) – Consumer complaints and lawsuits regarding home improvements are on the rise according to Ripoff Reports; a homeowner that does not do their homework before embarking on a project could find themselves with poor workmanship, inferior products, health and safety issues or even legal problems.

So what’s a homeowner in need of a fix up to do?

“Start by reviewing the three most common mistakes people make when embarking on a home improvement project,” says Dave Harrison, chief marketing officer of Champion Windows, Sunrooms, Roofing and Home Exteriors (www.GetChampion.com), one of the nation’s leading home improvement companies.

Mistake number one: Buying Only on Price

Your home is probably one of the most expensive items you own, so making improvements is not the place to budget shop.  “Make sure you are getting quality products professionally installed. A properly done home improvement should only have to be done once,” added Harrison, “and remember the old adage ‘you get what you pay for’.”

Mistake number two: Not looking at the Long Term Investment Benefits

When your home improvement project is finally over, you should be getting more than an…………… continues on The Patriot Talon

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Chris Dorner Sighting Leads to SWAT Shutdown of Valley Home Improvement …
News from LAist:

Suspect Christopher Dorner (Photo by LAPD via Getty Images)

The Los Angeles Police Department have been urging anyone who thinks they have seen fugitive ex-cop and triple murder suspect Christopher Jordan Dorner to call authorities, and in some cases, the authorities respond, big time. Sunday night, a couple of calls about a possible Dorner sighting at a home improvement store in the valley led to a SWAT swarm and store shutdown.

The calls came in Sunday evening from the Lowe’s in Northridge, and at about 5 p.m. officers with the LAPD were on scene, according to L.A. Now.

Customers were escorted out of the store to facilitate officers searching the premises.

Dorner was not there.

The LAPD say the sighting was unconfirmed, and L.A. Now reports the sighting may have been connected to a couple who were seen fighting outside the store.

Similarly, in San Bernardino,

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