October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to show our support, we have updated our website with a new pink look and logo!
This month is not just about being aware that breast cancer exists, but a call to action for early detection and treatment for those afflicted. To help further this effort, we will be making a donation to Susan G Komen, an organization dedicated to saving lives and ending breast cancer forever. They do this by education, support of research, offering grants that provide financial and emotional assistance and advocate for better breast cancer policy.
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Warm Days Brings Flooding Water
This past Sunday was just a tease of the warmer weather to come, and even though we’re set for some colder weather this week, don’t think it will stay that way for too much longer. As things begin to heat up, all of this lovely snow we’ve been collecting will just start to melt away… and all of that water has to go somewhere. Unfortunately for most, that somewhere might just end up being in their basement, and that spells big problems for home and business owners alike.
Continue reading 3 Common Problems Caused by Basement Flooding and How To Fix Them
Historic Snow Is On The Way – Be Safe.
With Juno about to coat New England in historic amounts of snow, it’s every home owners responsibility to be prepared for the worst. To help you and your family keep safe during the storm, we’ve prepared a list of 20 safety tips that can help you weather the storm.
Continue reading 20 Winter Weather Safety Tips from A&A / Albeco
Tom Menino’s passing will leave a void in the heart and soul of Boston.
Driving in and out of Boston over the last 20+ years I have been witness to the growth, the rebirth and the spirit of Boston. Boston isn’t the Boston Red Sox, the Boston Bruins or the Boston Celtics, it is the citizenry, the city employees and businesses that turn the lights on every day, and keep the place moving forward. Politicians come and go. Some impress and many depress. Tom Menino has left his mark and no one can fill his shoes.
I am proud of Boston and proud to call it my home.
Love that Dirty Water.
– Ted Morang
Photo provided by the US Navy via Flickr
Just this week a very close friend of A&A Albeco, Scott Edwards of Oswego, OR, suffered a tragedy within his family. His father, Bob Edwards, passed after an accident in Cincinnati. Scott has worked closely with A&A in our dealings with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to provide Viking Rain Gear products to our customers.
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