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Arlington Roofing Company, Priority Home Repair, Responds To Season Change Repair Needs – Press Release

The Priority Home Repair company offers a menu of services that help to prepare houses for the upcoming winter season with its storms. The pros take care of roofing repairs and many handyman tasks with precision and skill.

Priority Home Repair is pleased to announce that they have the tools and skills to step in when the number and complexity of tasks associated with home maintenance become overwhelming. The Arlington roofing company will inspect and repair the building roof so that rain and wind do not make a minor leak worse. They can make repairs to eaves, gutters, and soffits as needed to stop leaks and further damage. The roofing project’s size and complexity don’t matter to the professionals; they complete projects of all types.

Another typical project that many homeowners don’t have the skills or equipment to handle is cleaning the windows on the exterior of the building. Multi-level

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Ex-Zillow leaders including Spencer Rascoff launch startup to change how people buy second homes

Former Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff (left) and dotloop founder Austin Allison are teaming up on Pacaso, a new startup that helps people buy second homes. (Pacaso Photos)

Former longtime Zillow Group CEO Spencer Rascoff and dotloop founder Austin Allison are teaming up to “democratize” second home ownership.

Rascoff and Allison, who sold his real estate startup to Zillow in 2015, are behind a new startup called Pacaso that aims to make it easier for more people to own a vacation home.

“This is an entirely new category of second home ownership,” Allison said in an interview with GeekWire on Wednesday.

The company came out of stealth mode today, announcing a $17 million seed round led by Seattle venture capital firm Maveron, with participation from Crosscut, Global Founders Capital, and individual investors such as former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, real estate coach Tom Ferry, former Zillow executive Greg Schwartz, and Amazon

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Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus talks massive improvements in Week 2, Julian Blackmon’s debut, sudden change at CB & more

» The major improvements defensively from Game 1 to Game 2 simply came down to attention to detail and execution: The Colts’ defense in their 2020 opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars allowed quarterback Gardner Minshew II to dink and dunk his way down the field all afternoon, as evidenced by his 19-of-20 passing completions; Indy also had plenty of miscommunications and other mental mistakes, as evidenced by Minshew II’s three passing touchdowns.

But Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins would have no such luck last Sunday against the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium; he completed just 11-of-26 passes for 113 yards with zero touchdowns and three interceptions, while the Colts also shut down Pro Bowl running back Dalvin Cook, who had just 14 rushing attempts for 63 yards.

In all, the Indy defense not only had the three picks against the Vikings, but it limited Minnesota to just 175 yards of

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1,000 homes in northwest Dayton have no Internet. City wants to change that

The main focus is on helping vulnerable residents access telehealth services, but the broadband expansion project hopefully will have a lasting impact even after the pandemic is over, said Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley.

“This is something really important, as we’ve learned, during this time of COVID, both for education and health purposes,” Whaley said. “And it’s an infrastructure issue.”

ExploreDayton wants free Wi-Fi for northwestern part of city
Map showing number of homes without internet access. CONTRIBUTED

Map showing number of homes without internet access. CONTRIBUTED

Since the start of the coronavirus crisis, citizens increasingly have relied on the internet for education, jobs, shopping and medical services.

But in some parts of northwest Dayton, more than one-third of households do not have internet access, and homes without service are concentrated in some high-poverty zip codes, the city said.

The broadband expansion project seeks to address disparities related to internet access while specifically helping residents utilize telehealth options, city

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Bathroom Remodeling Service: Hire an Expert to Change Your Bathroom Around

If you are going for a new look in certain areas of your home, you may find that you need some help. Of course, simple redecorating is usually easy to do on your own, but if you need to completely overhaul certain rooms, you may need some help from the professionals. Find out what a bathroom remodeling service can do for you.

One common desire is to paint the walls a certain color, but bathrooms can be difficult to paint. Most walls have either a mirror, door, or towel rack attached, which makes this job time-consuming since preparation, such as taping, can take a while. If you do not have the time to do this task on your own, consider hiring a local bathroom remodeling service to do the job. This may seem like a simple task, but hiring a company to do it can save you time and trouble, … Read More