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Stretching Your Dollar: Cleaning your roof for a good price

Stretching Your Dollar: Cleaning your roof for a good price
News from Fox 59:

One Noblesville homeowner is trying to sell her house, but she said her roof looks old and streaked with dirt.

“I didn’t even know the service of roof cleaning existed, until I heard about it from a local company,” said Christina Marcuson. “I thought it would add curb appeal to our home, and I’ve heard buyers make the decision as they are driving by, so I thought a nice roof would catch their eye.” 

The service is offered by Bone Dry Roofing. 

“Home owners aren’t aware roof cleaning is an option,” said the company’s general manager Ryan Hergott.  

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A roof is just like anything else, they need maintenance. That maintenance is needed because of algae and other stuff that eats away at your roof.   It often forms on the shaded side, and it can cut a roof’s life expectancy by years. 

If a roof is not beyond help, cleaning it can increase the life expectancy of your roof and also increase the chance of selling your home.

The cost for a roof cleaning is generally between $ 500 and $ 1,000 depending on the…………… continues on Fox 59

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Six time-saving kitchen tools
News from Fox 54:

(ARA) – Our lives are busier today than ever before. Trying to balance the demands of work and home life is no easy feat. At home, day-to-day chores like cooking and cleaning easily chip away at precious time that could be better spent on a little rest and relaxation. If you’re looking to take back some of your time at home, the kitchen is a great place to start. With a few simple tools, you can dramatically reduce your workload, making more time for the things that really matter.

1. Hands-free helper

Imagine the convenience of having a kitchen faucet that can sense what you’re trying to accomplish, and with a simple wave of the hand, immediately responds to your needs. The new Moen Arbor pulldown kitchen faucet with MotionSense utilizes advanced sensors to detect a user’s movement in two sensing zones, immediately setting water flow in motion. Simply place an object – like a cup or your hand – near the base of the faucet or wave your hand above the faucet to turn the water on and off automatically. You can also adjust the faucet’s temperature and flow the traditional way, using its convenient side handle. With MotionSense, tasks like washing dishes, filling a glass of water and preparing the evening meal can become quicker and more efficient. It’s like having a second set of h…………… continues on Fox 54

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