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Free Home Inspection!

by Press Release
September 9, 2017

From time to time Bruin likes to touch base with existing and future customers. With the upcoming Fall season quickly approaching, homeowners like yourselves are getting their homes prepared for the long Winter.

Dear valued customer and future customer,

From time to time Bruin likes to touch base with existing and future customers. With the upcoming Fall season quickly approaching, homeowners like yourselves are getting their homes prepared for the long Winter.

You can receive a free home inspection from one of our Certified Experts. We will help you identify potential areas of concern regarding your roof, windows, doors, siding and gutters. Please do not hesitate to contact us to hear about our special offers and to schedule a free home inspection at improvements@bruincorp.net.

Whatever your concerns are, trust Bruin to care for your family.
 
Best regards,

Bob Olsen
Owner - Bruin Corp. of Framingham

 

 

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