Healthy Home News Pacific Coast September 2017

September/October 2017

HEALTHY HOME NEWS Welcome to Your Healthy Home News (714) 602-5440 • • 1211 N Batavia St., Orange, CA 92867

We jointly welcome you to the second issue of the Healthy Home News. Eric Bollmann from Zerorez Carpet Cleaning, Daniel King from Pacific Coast Termite, and Michael Fleming from Moxie Pest Control hope you’ll find some interesting and helpful information within the pages of this newsletter. We also encourage you to contact any of us if the need for our services arises. Zerorez expertly handles anything related to carpet, rug,

upholstery, tile, grout, and stone and wood floor cleaning. Pacific Coast Termite will rid your home of termites as well as make your home rat- proof. And any ongoing pest issues, such as spider, ant, or cockroach infestations, will be stopped by Moxie Pest Control. You can be assured that you have three companies at your side that are the best in the business. We are committed to making your service experience second to none.

Eric Bollmann 949-387-2222

Michael Fleming

Michael Fleming 949-835-5444

Daniel King 714-602-5440

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‘Never Forget’

Google Maps. Here you’ll see from your own home how this tragedy has been transformed into works of art. Visit a Local Memorial While it’s no surprise New York City has a museum dedicated to 9/11, you might not realize other towns and cities have erected smaller monuments to remember that day. Even Boise, Idaho, for example, has its own locally donated World Trade Center monument. Search the web to find out if your city has a local monument, then make it a museum day.

Visit the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York

Fifteen years ago, terrorists hijacked two planes and flew them into the World Trade Center towers. A generation of children who watched the event unfold, enraptured by the news as they’d never been before, are now adults, many raising their own children. September 11 still holds deep meaning to this generation because it was the day they saw the unthinkable — the day the terrible realities so common in other parts of the world touched the United States. This September, visit a memorial to remember the brave, the heroes, and the fallen of 9/11.

Consider visiting New York’s 9/11 Memorial Museum. It stands where the twin towers once stood, housing bits and pieces from that day, including pieces of the original building woven throughout its exhibits. Guided tours are also available. Even if you can’t make it to the actual museum in New York, spend some time on the 9/11 Memorial website. On it, you’ll find interactive timelines, frequently asked questions, and even a virtual tour of the museum courtesy of


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