“It makes you feel good,” Gregg Novak smiled. “This is the second time I’ve done work for this family…and it was best to just tear the house down.”
I met up with Gregg, who is one of the flooring contractors for Alure Home Improvements, just after lunch. He took his hardhat off in the spectator viewing area and gazed at the property.
“I was here at 10 this morning and I’ll be back later tonight,” he said.
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