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    December Home Maintenance

    Here is your home maintenance checklist for December!  Keep your Twin Cities home in top shape by performing these simple tasks this month.

    • After snowfalls, Regularly check for roof ice dams and icicles and take steps to eliminate them
    • Test your GFCI receptacles and replace them if necessary
    • Inspect and Tighten loose handles, knobs, and hinges
    • Inspect locks and deadbolts on your doors and windows, replace if necessary
    • Inspect HVAC filters, replace if necessary
    • Inspect fire extinguishers, replace if necessary
    • Clean your kitchen food disposer
    • Clean your range hood filters

    Do you have a suggestion for other tips or maintenance items that should be included here?  Please feel free to leave them in the comments section below.

    Allrounder Remodeling Inc. provides residential home design and remodeling services in the southeast Twin Cities metro area, including the cities of Apple Valley, Rosemount, Eagan, Mendota Heights, Sunfish Lake, West St. Paul, South St. Paul, Inver Grove Heights, Cottage Grove, Newport, St. Paul Park, Woodbury, Oakdale, and Maplewood.

    For more information, please call 651-497-7715 or 651-497-7714; or visit http://www.AllrounderRemodeling.com

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    Hammer Out Hunger with Allrounder Remodeling

    Help us fight hunger in the Twin Cities by supporting our team on the Walk to End Hunger on Thanksgiving morning.  Each year our team members, family, clients,  and trade partners work with us to support the Walk to End Hunger.  Our team walks to raise awareness and funding for Neighbors Inc. in South St. Paul.  Neighbors Inc. is the food shelf and social service organization serving northern Dakota County.

    We here at Allrounder Remodeling choose to support Neighbors Inc because Neighbors works with the residents of the community in which we live and work.  Neighbors “strives to reduce poverty, promote self sufficiency, and build community.”  They accomplish this through various programs, including the food shelf, clothes closet, emergency assistance, and numerous other programs.  Learn more about Neighbors Inc. at https://www.neighborsmn.org/ 

    To support our fight against hunger and to support Neighbors, Inc, please click on the link:  Walk to End Hunger – Allrounder Remodeling

    Once at the Walk to End Hunger site, simply click on “Donate Now” to make a financial contribution, or click on “Join Team” to fundraise and walk with us on Thanksgiving morning.  Thank you in advance for your support of this cause.

     

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