April 2010 Newsletter

Complete Home Services presents:

MOUNTAIN TALK

Volume 1, Issue 3,  April 2010

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April Newsletter

News From Them Thar Hills!

Sign for a local bait shop. Now I know that black and white perch are called “Crappie” and in Louisiana my Cajun relatives called them “sacalait.” Whether this is a case of a Freudian slip or truth in     advertising is currently unknown. Even though it’s not always the case, this is indicative of how difficult doing business with folks up here can be.  But not to worry, we’ve got your back! We know the right people for the right job. If it is Complete Home Services or someone else we make sure the job is done to your satisfaction!

Introducing

Complete Home Management

Our Management Service is designed to make your 2nd home ownership experiences as stress free as possible. Let us make sure all your maintenance items are completely taken care of on a timely and year round basis. Our goal is to make sure you enjoy your vacation home and let us deal with the details!

This service includes:

Home Monitoring (4 times per month)

Replacement of light bulbs as needed

Changing of air filters (2 times per year)

Winterize home when needed

Scheduling of annual Heat/AC maintenance service

Annual change of smoke detector batteries

Monitor dehumidifiers

Monitor for rodent infestation and set traps if needed

Annual draining and flushing of water heater

Hot tub monitoring

The list of services can be customized to fit your individual needs. Peace of mind comes with knowing that your home’s needs are being met as they arise. Let us take some of the guesswork out of your life.

Call Today for Special Introductory Pricing!

Last month I erred when referencing “Avian Flu” in relation to the recovering bird populations. It was the West Nile Virus! I do hope that panic did not ensue. Rest assured that the Avian Flu is not currently an issue in this country.

April Mountain Events

16  Travis Tritt in Concert

Anderson Music Hall, GA Mountain Fairgrounds 706-896-4191  www.gamountianfairgrounds.com

17 – 18  Spring Wildflower Fest

Amicalola Falls State Park. Enjoy a 1.5 mile hike along Little Amicalola Creek and learn about wildflowers and plants.  706-265-1969

22 – 24  Collegiate Bass Tournament

Lake Chatuge, Katie Polstra – Ramada Inn 706-896-5253   lclodge@brmemc.net

Wildflower Walk

Vogel State Park, Blairsville. This guided wildflower walk through the Appalachian forest will highlight Jack-in-the-pulpits, trilliums, wild azaleas and many other flowering plants. 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.  706-338-4503

Earth Day Celebration

Crane Creek Vineyard  706-379-1236  www.cranecreekvineyards.com

Ramp Tramp Festival

Reliance, Tenn. Annual event featuring lunch of fried ramps and eggs, fried potatoes, “streaked meat,” white beans and cornbread. Festival begins with a hike up the mountain to dig for ramps. Enjoy Bluegrass music, local crafters and children’s events.  423-338-4503

Cohutta 100 and Big Frog 65 Mile Mountain Bike Race

Ocoee Whitewater Center, Ducktown, Tenn. Race the Tanasi Trail. Entry fees and recreational user fees apply. For more information and fees call New Leaf Adventures @ 404-217-0041.  www.newleafadventures.com

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