Tip of the Month: August
Wrap a rubber band around the neck of a soap dispenser to avoid overuse.
If you have little ones who think every hand-washing session merits using a cup of soap, this trick can save you some serious cash. Wrapping a rubber band around the neck of a soap dispenser will slow its flow, meaning you'll get an appropriate amount of soap with every pump and won't run through an entire bottle each week. (Source: Best Life)
W.A. Coolidge Company
W.A. Coolidge Company is a full service construction company serving the Seacoast of New Hampshire, Maine, and Northern Massachusetts. The owners, Wayne A. Coolidge and Wendy A. Wentworth Coolidge have been partners for over 30 years. We specialize in high quality residential and commercial building, renovations, and restorations.
The Coolidge Company is about flexibility, innovation, and results. Our company will focus on your precise wishes in order to deliver cost-effective solutions to any project. We strive to offer superior quality by using and overseeing the best and reliable subcontractors and suppliers in the area. We believe that every project that we undertake will be completed within a timely fashion as if it was our personal home. We offer first class craftsmanship and attention to detail from start to finish. We want to make your dream project a reality along with providing a fun and memorable experience.
A spacious back deck is the perfect spot for entertaining and grilling, especially with a pool view. (Dover, NH)
Public Service Announcement
Written by: Wayne Coolidge
Warning! Ladies, this public service announcement is mostly for you. It seems that manufacturers nowadays just don’t make things like they used to. It is almost as if they are made to break down. Like cars, plumbing fixtures, furniture, appliances- you name it.
Case in point: our dishwasher. After I finish eating breakfast cereal, I put the bowl and spoon in the sink. There is nothing else in the sink, so it isn’t worth putting stress on the dishwasher door just for a few items. It is best to let the dishes build up, so it is worth opening the door. But I hear from the other room,
Wendy: “Dishwasher is open for business”...
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