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I was wondering if readers might have places they’d recommend for clothing repair? In particular I’m looking for some place where I can have socks darned. I’m trying to waste less and figure this is one way to do it while also hopefully supporting a local business.”
“I bought a home for the first time in November.
The inspection found a few, very minor things that needed to be fixed. There were two bigger issues that my homeowners insurance required me to fix as a condition of selling me the policy. The first I was able to do on my own. The second has to do with the fuse box, and while also super simple that I could do on my own, the insurance company is requiring that a certified electrician do the work.
So, any recommendations for an electricians that will do the job correctly and charge a price that is commensurate with both their training and the simplicity of the job?”
“I am a manager at a hotel and we have a ton of perfectly usable linen that we can’t use do to minor stains. But it’s quality linen and I hate to just throw it in the garbage. I have reached out to a number of shelters or organizations and have not had any luck. Does anyone know where I could donate about 500 queen and 500 king beds worth of sheets?”
Thanks to all who passed on these heartbreaking fundraisers: Support the Thomas Family: “Today my family suffered a double tragedy. My children and grandchildren suffered a house fire, and all…
This rental is located at 470 Ridge Street NW near 5th Street NW. The Craigslist ad says: “$2,895 / 2br – 1000ft2 – 2bdr townhouse for the price of an…
Thanks to Reg for sending: “Langdon 2900 BLK 26th St NE.” And adding insult to injury:
“Dear PoPville, I’m wondering if you might help us crowd-source a solution regarding increasing rates of misdelivered packages in our Logan Circle condo building. Nearly a month ago, a couple…