Foretelling Signs of a Roof About to Start Crying

September 12 was a lousy, but tolerable rainy Thursday night in Dubuque as the Rauen Family weathered a torrential thunderstorm that was pouring down an inch of rain an hour on Iowa’s Key City. The Rauens huddled inside the comfort of their sure-fire rain repellent 15-year-old home in Dubuque’s midtown. Then water came cascading down […]

No Nostalgia, Only Danger & Lost Value In Rotting Outdoor House Steps

There are some household items with extreme sentimental value that we cling and hold on to, despite whether their best, most useful days are behind them. Your beautiful oak grandfather’s clock that hasn’t chimed since 2003. Your grandmother’s fine china. Your dad’s old Steinway grand piano with the 11 flat keys. Unfortunately, crumbling, unsightly, dangerous […]

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