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08/09/2013
By: leeg018
Just Hearts Inc
Amazing place....everything they sell has a heart somewhere on it! I always find something to buy (even if it is for myself). Prices are reasonable and they carry a great selection of everything from jewelry, housewares and handbags. Much of what they carry are one-of-a-kind artists works. My favorite place to shop.
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10/10/2016
By: Julie M.
Pizazz Delray
Pizazz is a great place to buy a unique gift for anyone. Their selection is great and everything is so fun to look at.
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03/01/2015
By: Beth F.
Weeks
H the girls. it was a hairdresser to the next jam each she is nice okay everything's fine
Tips & Advices
Gutters can typically last 30 years or longer. With the right care and periodic re-caulking of the seams and corners, aluminum gutters can last indefinitely. However, when replacing a roof, opting for new gutters at the same time is usually a good idea.
Leaves, twigs, and other debris are the most common causes of clogged gutters. If these items are allowed to sit for an extended period of time, they could become moldy, which can clog your gutters further.
If gutters or seams are leaky or rusty, it's time for them to be replaced. Also, if there are signs of water damage or mold in the home, check the gutters to see if they are the culprit.
If gutters are clogged, rain water won't be directed away from the home. Water can build up near the roof or foundation, and eventually begin leaking into the home. This can cause mold, mildew, and extensive water damage. It can also make the home more inviting to termites and other pests. Over time, water dripping near a foundation or onto sidewalks can cause the cement or brick to break down. If there is a garden, bushes or other landscaping below the gutters, these can become damaged as well. If the gutters are clogged over the winter and are located in a cold climate, ice dams can form in the gutters. These are very heavy and can cause damage to the roof, the gutters and potentially the side of the home.
If a homeowner plans to clean his or her gutters twice a year, this task should be done at the beginning of spring and fall.

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