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Monday, February 07, 2022


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It is scary, but also great to watch true professionals at work! We sprung a leak in our guest bathroom, and the plumbers we hired were unlike many of the workers we've had in the past. It was great to observe how well and how quietly they communicated and you wouldn't even know they'd been in the house if we didn't have a hole in the ceiling.


Oh, that would make me nervous, too! It sounds like you've been very wise with your tree decisions. It will be interesting to see your garden again with all the changes. :)

Linda Brazill

KRISTIN — Always a thrill to find true professionals.​

Linda Brazill

BETH — I think only the big maple that came down in December really left an empty space. That's along the front path that most people don't use. The trunk of this one makes it obvious, but that's the only way you would notice.

Kris P

Congratulations on having that task behind you! I know how nerve-wracking it is to watch large trees like that come down.

Linda Brazill

KRIS — It's nice to know that all the big problems have been taken care of and now it's just maintenance. ​


I wish I could find comparable tree specialists here!


danger garden

What a fabulous way to deal with the tree stump in the fence issue, it looks wonderful!

Barbara H.

Glad it went well even though it was a little nerve wracking for you. Hindsight - it's so obvious afterwards that we wonder how we didn't see the problem or solution sooner.

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