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November Recap
Whoa! hard to believe November has come to an end. I guess it's true what they say, "Time flies when you're having fun" and we sure have been having some fun this month. We created a custom railing for a narrow stairway, Built a safe stairway to a back door, patched a few drywall holes(as we do every month), removed and replaced window trim in a shower with waterproof PVC trim, repaired an exterior door that would barely open and close and caulked more bathtubs and sinks than any previous month. Thank you all for trusting us with your handyman needs, we truly appreciate your patronage! 
Tip of the Month

Is your sink not draining as fast as it once did? Here's a trick that may help you out. All you need is 1 part Baking soda, 1 Part Salt, 2 cups warm vinegar and a kettle of boiling water. (Not all drains will unscrew as the video shows, if your drain is not unscrewing do not force it. It will need to be disassembled and cleaned out manually)

Tesla Solar Shingles: Blowing The Roof Off Conventional Building!

If you haven't heard yet, Tesla has released an amazing new product that will change the face of solar energy. Solar roof shingles! Although the pricing has yet to be determined this is by far the most ground breaking technological  advance  in roofing in a long time. The link below has all you need to know about building integrated photovoltaics. 
Cottage Storm Clean Up !
UPDATE: You may remember from the October Newsletter some pictures we shared of storm damage at our cottage. It was the worst storm that area had encountered in over 100 years. Here are a few picture of the clean up we had to deal. We had an arborist drop the damaged tree limbs to the ground, and we a long with our family did the rest. In the end we cut almost 3 cords of wood for the wood burning stove, and raked up about 25 big piles of leaves and stick.
Erik learning how to use a chainsaw from the old pro. 
2 row's of wood stacked to dry our for the fire, and this is only from the front lawn.
The burning piles at the end of the weekend. Leaves and twigs (left), logs and sticks (right)