Many people in Central Illinois are doing just that…one inch
or more of snow in the Peoria/Morton area would (by definition) indicate a
white Christmas.Snowfall is always
difficult to measure with two nearby sites having different, measurable results
because of sunlight and wind.
Generally speaking, the odds of our area having a white
Christmas are about 20-40 percent.If
you want to increase those odds, then travel to Chicago for the holiday where
the odds increase to nearly 50-50.The
whitest Christmas Day in Illinois history was 1951 (ask your
grandparents).There was 31 inches of
snow north of us in suburban Aurora!
Whatever the meteorologists have in store for us is not
nearly as important as who we spend it with.We at family-owned Dave Bailey Plumbing in Morton, Illinois hope that you
and yours will gather together for the most rewarding Christmas season you have
ever experienced.Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year from Dave Bailey Plumbing of Morton.
Doesn’t it seem like you are spending more and more time in
your kitchen this time of year?I mean
with Thanksgiving just behind us and Christmas coming your kitchen is getting
quite a workout.The upcoming winter
should be a busier time as well for that under-appreciated and heavily used
room in your home.
Here are some planning tips we hope will help –
existing kitchen to find its flaws.
2.Think about where
future traffic patterns will occur.
4.Choose all of the
Kitchen remodeling starts with you and ends with us.We are Central Illinois’ kitchen remodeling
professionals Dave Bailey Plumbing.From
installing a dish washer to gas piping we will do the job for you.Call us today and realize your dream.If you live in the Morton, East Peoria, or
Pekin area that’s Dave Bailey Plumbing at (309) 265-6788.
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