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    Best Gutter Cleaning Tools For Removing Leaves & Debris … - March 29, 2020 by admin

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    Do you tend to put off cleaning the gutters until as late as possible?

    Maybe you even skipped doing it last year because its such a dreaded household chore.

    Well, theres no need to put it off anymore thanks to some helpful products that make cleaning gutters easier than ever!

    Following arethe best tools that help you clean the nastiness out of your gutters.

    Generally speaking, there are 4 ways to clean gutters:

    1. Climb a ladder and use a variety of tools to grab and remove the leaves and debris at eye-level.

    2. Attach tools to a wet/dry shop vac to suck up the leaves or to blast them out of the gutters.

    3. Attach tools to your water hose to spray leaves out of the gutters.

    4. Use a long-reaching pole to remove leaves from the gutters while standing at ground level.

    Of course, there are some gutter cleaning tools that combine one or more of the methods mentioned above. And each has its pros and cons. In the end, it all comes down to your own personal preference and which seems like the safest and easiest option to you.

    These are the best gutter cleaning tools available right now

    If youre tired of climbing on ladders and pouring water from a hose to flush the leaves and debris out of your gutters, this nifty little tool may be just what youre looking for!

    One of the best things is the fact that you can clean your gutters from the ground. No ladder is required. And theres no need for water from your garden hose either.

    Plus, its so lightweight that you can even reach a 2-story gutter with no problem.

    The tool itself has 2 prongs and fits on an ordinary extension pole. (Check your current brooms, mops, and ceiling fan cleaners to see if theyre attached to extension poles.) Think of the pronged arms as a pair of tongs. While youre standing on the ground below, the angled arms of the Gutter Senseare able tograsp everything from leaves to pine needles.

    Not bad for $20.

    TIP: The Gardena Gutter Cleaner Head is another similar option.

    Reviews from Gutter Sense owners:

    If you love gadgets, and the idea of having your own personal robot cleaning your gutters tickles your fancy, this could be a fun new toy.

    Its a remote controlled auger that will blast right through everything from dried debris to wet sludge. In effect, it brushes your gutters clean.

    One nice perk is that comes with a holster and belt which makes it both hands free and have its own easy storage.

    TIP: Use this template to make sure the iRobot Looj will fit your gutters first.

    At nearly $100, this one may seem cost-prohibitive at first especially since you will only use it a few times each year. However, iRobot products tend to be durable, reliable, and highly recommended. Therefore, not only will it save you time and energy when you do use it, but it will also last for years!

    Reviews from iRobot Looj owners:

    If youre looking for the most affordable option, this one rates right up there at around $15.

    Of all the tools reviewed here, this one requires the most manual labor on your part. The effect is similar to using a broom and dustpan to clean your gutters.

    Although you still have to stand on a ladder to use the Gutter Getter, it greatly extends your reach and reduces the number of times you have to climb up and down the ladder. You canclean up to 14 feet of your gutters at a time before having to move the ladder.

    Its much more than simply a 42-inchextension pole though. The tools that come in the kit (a scoop, a broom, a dustpan, and a grabber)make it easy to get the leaves and debris out of the gutters. It also works great around and under gutter hangers.

    Reviews from Gutter Getter owners:

    If you like the idea of using air to either suck up the leaves from your gutters or blast out the leaves with pressure, here are the best ones:

    (These are used while youre standing on the ground.)

    Shop Vac Gutter Cleaning Kit Its simple in design, but effective nonetheless. Plus, its one the least expensive options at under $10.It comes with a 120-degree elbow and a concentrator nozzle, as well as 2 extension wands which attach to your shop vacs blower port. Simply plug in your shop vac and, while standing on the ground, youre able to blow everything out of your gutters. Want a similar but slightly more sophisticated contraption? Try the Gutter Clutter Buster.

    Gutter Cleaning Blower Attachment If you have a Weed Eater gas or electric leaf blower, then thismay suit your needs better than using a standard vacuum cleaner. Youll get more powerful bursts of air.

    AiraLeave If you have a clogged gutter due to a blockage of leaves in the downspout, attach this to any standard leaf blower and then to your downspout at ground level. Once you turn it on, the powerful burst of air will immediately travel upwards and break up the clog on contact. Its an effective but messy procedure, because it sends all of the debris into the air (and then back down on you) once the clog is removed. The reviews speak for themselves.

    When youre using water to remove leaves and debris from your gutters, youre effectively cleaning your gutters at the same time!

    While it may be a bit messier to use water, its important to note that air alone wont remove the bits & pieces of roof shingles that have a way of gathering in your gutters orthat nasty collection of decomposing leaves sitting in your gutters (if its been some time since you last cleaned them). Thats when pressured water can be a lifesaver.

    Here are the best gutter cleaning tools that use water to get the job done:

    (Each of these can be used while youre standing on the ground.)

    Gutter Cleaning Extension Wand has a slight hook at the end of the telescoping pole to help loosen clumps of leaves or debris from your gutters. But the magic is in the nozzle which uses water to push leaves out of the gutters.

    Angled Pressure Washer Gutter Sprayer if you have a pressure washer, this one is a little more heavy duty and powerful than most water-blasting gutter cleaning systems.

    And finally, a few tips for the true do-it-yourselfer who doesnt want to buy any gutter cleaning tools at all:

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    The 6 Best Gutter Cleaning Tools | The Craftsman Blog - March 29, 2020 by admin

    Below, youll find six of the best gutter cleaning tools available today to not only keep your gutters clean, but keep your feet on the ground. There are tools in every budget range and for almost any gutter setup included.

    Spring and fall are the times when gutter cleaning is imperative. Clogged gutters can quickly cause major damage to your roof and fascia as water overflows and finds its way into the dark corners of your soffit. No one likes to climb on the ladder to dig leaves out with your hands, and some people hate it so much that they invented these creative solutions to gutter cleaning.

    I hope youll find some good options below for your house and unique situation as you work your way through your home maintenance checklists.

    What this tools lacks in creative naming (how many numbers and letters does it really need?) it makes up for in clever and simple design. Add this attachment to the business end of any pressure washer and place it into the gutter and blast leaves and debris in two directions.

    Youll need an extension pole and if you dont have a downspout on both ends of the gutter, then this does work a little less efficiently since it blasts debris in both directions, but the ease of use cannot be denied.

    This is as simple and inexpensive as it gets for gutter cleaning. Sure, youll have to climb up on a ladder and remove the debris by scooping it out, but at least you wont have to use your hands and at less than $5 what more did you expect?

    I like to keep it simple and this scooper certainly accomplishes that in spades.

    Funny name, serious product! Add this curved attachment to the end of your pressure washer and youre off. Angel the spray head whichever way you need and start at the high end of the gutter and blast all that gunk toward the downspout. It also works great for clearing jams in the downspout.

    Theres nothing gimmicky here, just a simple design that is hard to mess up or claim you cant understand.

    If you want to keep your feet on the ground while cleaning your gutters, then youll need a few of these extension wand to get your tool of choice in the right location. Depending on the height of your gutters, pick up a few of these extension wands so youre ready to roll.

    The Simpson Extension Wand comes with a 1/4 quick connect already installed so that adding your attachment of choice is simple.

    This one is for all the techies out there. Sure, you could do the manual labor yourself or choose some of these low tech options, but you could also go the high tech route and get this gutter cleaning robot! iRobot, the creators of popular Roomba also created this workhorse to get your gutters clean.

    I have not used this little before and Im not quite sure how it works personally, but their website reviews give it 3.8 out of 5 stars and Amazon has hundreds of reviews scoring it about the same. So, from that I would guess, it gets a B+ for functionality, but A++ for coolness.

    This little guy attaches to a standard hose and can blast dirt and leaves out of not only your gutters but also larger pipes. Simply push the hose along and the water rocket blast debris out the backside of the gutter and down the downspout.

    Considering you dont need a pressure washer or any other tools, this one was pretty appealing to me. You can get started right away without asking your neighbor to borrow yet another tool.

    Below I included a quick video of the iRobot Looj in action since as the most expensive options you should definitely do a little more research before plunking down a couple hundred dollars. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!

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    2020 Gutter Cleaning Cost | How Much To Clean Gutters … - March 29, 2020 by admin

    Gutter Cleaning Cost

    The average cost of gutter cleaning is $150 with most homeowners spending between $110 and $185 or from $0.50 to $1.50 per linear foot. Gutter cleaning costs between $125 and $250 in a two-story home with 200 linear feet of gutters. A one-story house starts at $75 for a light cleaning and up to $200 for heavy cleaning.

    On average, a gutter cleaning service will charge you anywhere from $75 to $300 depending on how much time, effort and equipment they will need to clean your gutters thoroughly. Expect to pay more if your gutters have not had a cleaning for a year or longer, especially if you have pine trees near your home or other additional damage to your gutters.

    Two-story and three-story homes require special ladders and equipment to clean since the additional height brings with it more risk. The costs for rain gutter cleaning are significantly less if you clean them regularly and do not have trees near your home, especially if you live in a climate that does not experience severe weather conditions like flash flooding.

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    The labor cost to clean gutters is around $0.50 to $1.50 per linear foot. A rough rule of thumb is that for every 100 square footage of a home, you can expect to have 10 linear feet of gutters. For example, a 1,500 sq. ft. house will have approximately 150 linear feet of gutters which will cost between $75 and $225 to clean.

    Here are the cost factors that gutter cleaning companies take into account when estimating your total cost:

    A single-story house is the cheapest in terms of gutter-cleaning costs. Additional stories require additional ladders and other safety gear that also drive up the price.

    When you request gutter cleaning service, you'll first need to measure or estimate the length of your gutters. When talking to gutter cleaning companies, ask them how much per linear foot they charge to make comparisons. This way, you are more likely to get clear answers about the labor costs and avoid letting any company overcharge you. Always ask them about their specific cost-calculation models.

    Common causes of a price hike:

    It is normal for you to pay more for a gutter cleaning if any of these following points apply to your home:

    Always make sure that your gutter cleaning includes flushing out your downspouts. They are the most important part of your gutter system since they move all the debris and water quickly away from your roof and your home's foundation. If you have clogged downspouts, then your gutters are almost useless since they will flood over fast. While it sometimes takes extra time and money to flush out the downspouts, it's still essential.

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    Most experts will recommend that you clean your rain gutters and downspouts twice a year. The ideal times to clean them are right before your rainiest seasons of the year or right before you start experiencing snowfall if you live in cold climates. However, if you have gutter guards or another type of system where fine mesh screens are covering your gutters, then you will need to check them only once a year or once every two years if you don't have many trees close to your roof.

    Some gutter-cleaning companies may offer additional services beyond simply cleaning and repairing gutters. For better protection of your gutter system, consider installing gutter guards so that it requires less cleaning. These systems generally feature a fine mesh screen that automatically prevents larger debris from entering your gutter channels.

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    On average, gutter guards and covers cost between $4 and $12 per linear foot installed. The average home often has about 150-200 linear feet of gutters which most homeowners will pay around $570 to $1,529 for professional gutter guard installation.

    Remember that you will get what you pay for. Even though you could buy cheap plastic or wire mesh screens yourself and install them on your own, it's a risky job and won't keep out the heavier weight of ice in the winter.

    You will find gutter guards on the market in a variety of types. Some guards are only a simple screen, while other systems include foam, brushes, reverse curves, surface-tension features or micro-mesh gutter-guard options.

    While the initial price of installing gutter guards will cost more than a standard gutter cleaning, keep in mind that they will also require you to clean your gutters much less often to save money in the long run. The only things that gutter guards cannot completely block out are dirt particles and tiny seeds, which is why they require light maintenance every year or two.

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    The average cost to install new aluminum gutters is around $4 to $8 per linear foot and an additional $100 to remove and dispose of your old gutters. On the cheaper end, you could go with vinyl gutters at an average cost of $3 to $5 per linear foot. For a typical home with 150 to 200 feet of gutters, you can expect to pay around $600 to $1,600 for installation.

    You could remove the old gutters yourself, but then you also run the risk of damaging your roof. Any damage you create can lead to more work for the installer who puts on your new gutter system, which will cost you more. Depending on the rules of trash and recycling collection in your city, you may also have to pay a fee to dispose of your old gutters if you bring them in yourself.

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    If you think that cleaning your gutters is an easy do-it-yourself project, you may want to think again. People hire licensed gutter cleaners because they have lots of experience working on ladders so that you don't have to worry about falling.

    They also have specialized equipment that makes it easier to fix unforeseen problems that come up during cleaning. For example, all sorts of things can wedge inside your gutters and cause clogs. They may need to take the gutters apart sometimes to clean them thoroughly. A qualified gutter-cleaning professional will make sure to remove every obstruction from your gutters, including insects, leaves, twigs, and parts of nests.

    When you're ready to hire, ask your professional to inspect your gutter system, tighten fasteners, reseal end caps and outlets, and repair any problems.

    Once they have finished disposing of all this waste for you, they will flush out your gutters to make sure that the gutters are fully channeling run-off water away from your home. If you would like to give it a shot yourself, check out our gutter cleaning tips below.

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    Do You Need a Gutter Cleaning Robot? | Family Handyman - March 24, 2020 by admin

    Cleaning gutters is a daunting, unpleasant, yet important, task. In spring, you have to trudge up the ladder and get to work. And then, before you know it, its fall, and youre back at it. Plus, if you have messy trees that are taller than your house, expect to clean those gutters even more frequently. Have you considered having a gutter cleaning robot do this work for you?

    Check out these 25 hints for fixing roof and gutter problems.

    There are some key reasons why you should consider purchasing a gutter cleaning robot.

    Prevent blockages from fallen leaves and other debris with these go-to gutter cleaning tools.

    A gutter cleaning robot is a remote-controlled device that you place inside the gutter. The cleaning tool travels on rubberized tracks, making its way down the gutter trough, breaking up clogs and dislodging debris from the gutter with an auger. The auger, which has soft, spinning blades at the front, punches clumps of twigs, dead leaves and other debris in front of it. Meanwhile, brushes, situated behind the blades, pick up the remaining, tiny bits of debris for a final sweep.

    Create stronger, better-looking gutters by modifying standard gutter systems. Heres how.

    Whats thebest gutter cleaning robot?Only one gutter cleaning robot has made it to market thus farthe iRobot Looj 330. This device is made by the same company behind the Roomba series of vacuum cleaners and the Terra robot lawn mower. And, right now its hard to say if this gutter cleaning robot will ever live up to its promise. As of now, the verdict is no. The Looj was discontinued in 2017.

    If you really want to try one out for yourself, you can still find the discontinued gutter cleaning robot on Amazon from third party sellers. Reviews remain mixed.With 3.3 out of 5 stars on Amazon, some people claim the gutter cleaning robot is worth it.

    One positive review: I bought this robot with the hope of helping my husband with the gutter cleaning chore. We are very very pleased with it. When the gutters and flashing have been installed correctly, there is enough room under the gutter hanging straps for the robot to proceed through the gutters without any problem. It successfully removed leaves and other tree litter, as well as sections of dirt and moss that had colonized the hard-to-reach segments of the gutter.

    One negative review: As other reviewers have said, not quite ready for prime time. I really wanted this to work because I hate climbing the ladder multiple times to clean the gutters. I ensured it was fully charged before starting. I also tied the string on it in case it got stuck (glad I did). I started with the bigger blades to see how they did and immediately switched to the smaller blades as it got stuck easily. I tried the rotation as directed so it didnt spray the gunk up under the shingles but then it threw everything back up on the roof. So I reversed the rotation and had it spew gunk up under the shingles but out of the gutter. It was messy and not a great job when it was working. It bogged down and got stuck often. It ran out of juice after one and a half gutters. Probably 50 linear feet. Thank you Amazon for easy returns.

    Solve gutter problems with these easy fixes.

    For now, your best bet is installing gutter guards to put the headache of gutter cleaning behind you.

    Buy it now on Amazon.

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    Top-Rated Residential and Commercial Cleaning Company … - March 24, 2020 by admin

    Exceptional level of cleaning services.

    All-Clean! is known for providing excellent service when it comes to cleaning the exterior of businesses and homes. From rooftop to siding to windows, even decks, driveways, parking lots, and walkways, we provide a unique cleaning service using pressure washing and eco-friendly products. We have built our reputation on those services, and we work hard to maintain that reputation.

    We are a professional cleaning company, providing both residential and commercial cleaning, from top to bottom, leaving your home or business looking brighter, cleaner, and fresher. As a business owner, you dont need to take time away from your business and as a homeowner, your time is valuable with family, friends, and work.

    In 1978, we joined all the teams needed to make businesses and homes look good again and formed All-Clean! With local services, we have earned a solid reputation for putting our customers needs and requests upfront and leave them satisfied 100%. And they come back time and time again, as well as referring us to others. Our residential and commercial cleaning services are the best around just ask our customers!

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    BerkShares Business of the Month: OKUN | – theberkshireedge.com - March 24, 2020 by admin

    Great Barrington Tehd Okun will paint your house, hose out your gutters, scrub your windows and perform practically any other task you need accomplished. The handyman-for-hire is new to the entrepreneurial scene in the Berkshires, but hes been an understudy to the vibrant small business community for a while. With a passion for baking, Tehd came to the region to apprentice with sourdough master Richard Bourdon at Berkshire Mountain Bakery. His intrigue for fermented goods led him to work alongside Maddie Elling and Abe Hunrichs at Hosta Hill, the local fermented vegetable business. After many years in food production, the doldrums of monotony set in and Tehd longed for the freedom offered by self-employment.

    Like many young people locally, Tehd is no stranger to the Berkshire Hustle the piecing together of multiple jobs. In fact, he prefers the flexibility of a dynamic and always-changing schedule. Through his new business, OKUN, hes structured his services to keep him busy and stave off boredom throughout the year: exterior painting in the summer; gutter cleaning in the fall; interior painting in the winter; and more gutter cleaning and window washing in the spring.

    His entre into business was a bit of a leap of faith. Tehd explains that he didnt pursue any formal training like most painters; he simply picked up a paintbrush and watched a few YouTube videos. He admits that he still has a lot to learn about client relations and organization, but hes engaging business advisors to develop a plan and work through the details. One aspect of business that comes naturally to him is marketing. Hes had great success conducting market research via social media to identify the needs of the community and any additional services he could offer. Hes promoted his business by sending out brightly colored mailers across the region that scream OKUN. Hes even offered a free cake to customers who reference his advertising schemes.

    Theres no shortage of humor in Tehds approach to business. He promotes himself with catchy tag lines like Declutter your gutter and Your dirty gutter is our bread and butter. Its a good sense of humor that makes for light work when youre high up on a ladder. But not to worry: Hes fully insured!

    Despite his casual attitude and desire to have fun on the job, he conducts himself in a professional manner and understands that his reputation is everything. Tehd plans to expand his business in the next few years and seeks to hire employees who are not only reliable, hardworking and fun, but respectful of the clientele and surroundings. That mindset extends to the local economy, too. Tehd understands that building relationships with local contractors helps to establish credibility. He recognizes that same mutuality of respect in BerkShares advocacy for the small-business community. For Tehd, BerkShares are another way to market his business, but they also symbolize the unique qualities of the area. Where else can you have your cake and get your gutters cleaned too?

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    Returning the New to You, and Your Home, with Power Wash Masters – Mint Hill Times - March 24, 2020 by admin

    Driveways, and the exterior walls of your home, are some of the first things that guests or homebuyers will see as they arrive at your residence. Having your home and driveway power washed ensures that these first impressions will be good ones, but the benefits arent purely aesthetic.

    A professional power washing from Power Wash Masters benefits the home in a number of important ways. Along with typical dirt and grime accumulation, springs warmer weather triggers mold and mildew growth. Power washing is the perfect solution to these dangerous nuisances, removing them before they have the opportunity to spread, causing structural damage, and even illness. Power washing can restore value to your home as well. Consumer reports and the National Association of Realtors write that a power washed home can help add thousands of dollars in value to a residence, with a real impact on curb appeal as well.

    Whether your goal is to beautify your home, restore value, or protect your home from damage, Power Wash Masters is here to bring the new back to you, and your property. Power Wash Masters offers services including deck and fence cleaning, home exterior power washing, gutter cleaning, and structure cleaning, across Union County, Mecklenburg County and beyond.

    Gary Simpson, owner of Power Wash Masters, said that the company focuses on exceeding customer expectations with every job. He said that he hopes to renew the excitement that customers felt when they saw their home for the first time. In order to continue to exceed these expectations, Simpson said, Power Wash Masters is constantly seeking to improve. Simpson and the company continue to improve, he said, by attending seminars, conventions and online education opportunities, maximizing efficiency of procedure to provide the best value to the customer.

    Power Wash Masters is a proud member of the Union County Chamber of Commerce, and the Charlotte Business Network. Simpson is also a supporter of Changed Choices, an organization that provides assistance to previously incarcerated women as they re-integrate into society. Simpson and Power Wash Masters maintain the exterior of Changed Choices housing facility free of charge. Simpson plans to serve more charitable organizations as resources become available.

    Power washing is an essential piece of proper home maintenance, and Power Wash Masters is the professional service that will get the job done right, and for the right price. The companys website at powerwashmasters.com features free online quotes to set you on a convenient path to a cleaner home. With just a quick questionnaire to fill out, the process couldnt be easier. A look at the sites photo gallery, and the companys many five-star reviews, will ensure you that youve made the right choice with Power Wash Masters.

    For a free quote, and to discuss your power washing, driveway, or patio cleaning needs, visit http://www.powerwashmasters.com, or call Power Wash Masters today at (704) 991-5879.

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    Gutter and Roof Vacuum Cleaners Market Share Analysis and Research Report by 202 – News by aeresearch - March 24, 2020 by admin

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    This bluegrass band has a guide to Asheville you don’t want to miss – Daily Advertiser - March 7, 2020 by admin

    The Grammy-winning bluegrass band The Steep Canyon Rangers (from left to right, Mike Ashworth, Nicky Sanders, Mike Guggino, Woody Platt, Barrett Smith, Graham Sharp) call Asheville, N.C., home. (Courtesy Steep Canyon Rangers)(Photo: David J. Simchock)

    The Grammy-winning bluegrass band Steep Canyon Rangers began playing together as students at University of North Carolina. Since 2009, they have worked with comedian and banjo player Steve Martin. They've put out two albums with Martin while also recordingtheir own. "Be Still Moses," recorded with the Asheville Symphony, is the band's latest release.

    The Steep Canyon Rangers call Asheville, N.C., home. The group's banjo player, Graham Sharp, talked to The American South about where he goes in Asheville when he's not on the road:

    Situated along the railroad tracks in the River Arts District, Wedge Brewing Company is located in the bottom level of Wedge Studios, a haven for artistic types.(Photo: Anne Roderique-Jones)

    Asheville is absolutely covered up with breweries. It's kind of the Milwaukee of the South, I guess. There's enough breweries that they're pretty varied. When my kids were younger, we used to love this place called The Wedge Brewery, which is right by the train tracks. They'd set the kids up with a bucket of peanuts. The kids could sit out there and watch the trains go by while the adults could relax.

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    Challenge your taste buds at Wicked Weed's tap room.(Photo: Wicked Weed Brewing)

    They've done really well. It's so cool, because one of the guys who started and owns it had a gutter cleaning service and he used to come clean my gutters. They make all these weird sour beers. They're constantly unveiling new stuff. I don't think it's for everybody, but if you're into those then it's gotta be about the best place on earth.

    91 Biltmore Ave., 828.575.9599

    Nine Mile in West Asheville.(Photo: Angela Wilhelm/awilhelm@citizen-times.com)

    It fits with the sort of the hippie vibe of Asheville. It's kind of Jamaican, but it covers a lot of ground. I get the Soul Rebel, which is salmon with a curry and a chutney. The owner's son runs on the cross country team with my son. These are people, like the guy at Wicked Weed, that you see around town, and I try to support them.

    233 Montford Ave., 828.505.3121; 751 Haywood Road, 828.575.9903; 33 Town Square Blvd., 828.676.1807

    Tastee Diner on Haywood Road in West Asheville offers breakfast, lunch and dinner.(Photo: Angela Wilhelm, /awilhelm@citizen-times.com)

    It has really simple diner food, but you can also get a bourbon milkshake if you want it. It's a breakfast all-day place. Or if I want to meet up with somebody, sit down and have a good working man's cup of coffee.

    575 Haywood Road, 828.412.5566

    Getting' down at the Double Crown. The West Asheville music hall and New Orleans-themed bar celebrates its first birthday this weekend.(Photo: Steve Mann, Asheville Scene)

    It's like the world's best dive bar. They'll have gospel night once a month with music in a style from the upstate of South Carolina and North Carolina. These gospel groups come in and rock this dive bar. On Wednesdays, you can go in and hear these cats playing this unbelievable honky tonk music. The whole place is up dancing and two-stepping.

    375 Haywood Road, 828.412.5491

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    The Paralyzing Uncertainty of Not Knowing Whether Youll Get Sick – The Atlantic - March 7, 2020 by admin

    I Google Image searched Craig Spencer. I didnt recognize him from the night before; he looked like so many people who had been at the bar that night. News articles said his Ebola test was still being processed.

    When I arrived outside my boyfriends office, he tried to hug me. I backed away, feeling somewhat virtuous for doing so, as I could have used a hug.

    Youre not going to give me Ebola just by hugging me. I dont think thats how Ebola works, he said.

    Are you sure? I asked.

    He wasnt, so I didnt hug him. Just to be safe. We decided the best course of action was to go home and call his mother, a physician, for advice.

    While waiting for our Uber, we ducked into the lobby of an upscale seafood restaurant on 19th Street. The airy wooden dining room was filled with what now seemed like creatures from another planet: carefree New Yorkers in business attire, hoisting bulbous glasses of chardonnay to their lips. I couldnt help imagining all of those diners bleeding from their eyeballs. I chastised myself for being so dramatic, and then defended myself to myself. After all, if there had ever been a time for drama, this was it.

    Meanwhile, our Uber driver couldnt seem to locate us, so my boyfriend canceled the car. Perhaps, I thought, the driver just unwittingly saved his own life.

    We flagged down a cab. As we got in, I felt a flash of sympathy for the driver. I rationalized that at least I was exposing only one more person to my deadly Ebola, not an entire subway car full of people. After we gave the driver our address, I recorded his medallion number in my phone. Just to be safe.

    Read: The quiet end to the U.S. ebola panic

    During that cab ride home, my anxiety reached its apex. I tried to separate paranoia from reasonable worry, which was not possible, so my mind kept pinging around with nowhere to land. My boyfriend was behaving strangely because he was frightenedfor me? for himself? both?which scared me even more. As we crossed the Williamsburg Bridge, my Google search finally turned up the headline Id been looking for: Dr. Craig Spencer had tested positive for Ebola. The news was a punch to the gut. Ebola had infiltrated New York City.

    At home, we called my boyfriends mother. I felt guilty calling her; she and I got along fine, but here I was, thrusting her son into the path of danger. Her brisk tones were an immediate salve. She was laughing.

    Its ridiculous they closed the bar, she said. No one who was there last night is in any danger. I mean, maybe if you cleaned his blood off the bar. Or if you cleaned a toilet he used with your bare hands. A thousand tiny muscles in my jaw unclenched as I told her Id done no such thing. Ebola isnt easy to catch, she assured me. Even when the patient is contagious. And if he only got a fever today, he wasnt contagious last night. Theres zero risk.

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