We hate to lump RRRs together but the big news earlier this week has led to a backlog and these three sort of hit a theme, so we’re hoping all of you will help all three of these folks. The theme – new West Seattleites and what they need. First, Christy e-mails — from Atlanta!
My boyfriend and I just closed on a house in Morgan Junction and will be relocating at the end of the month. The 1918 house has 50% knob and tube wiring (which stopped being used in the 30s) so updating the wiring will be the first project. Do your readers have any good electricians to recommend?
Now from Mary, who’s also moving to WS:
We just bought a house in West Seattle and are so excited! We’re doing some work on the house now, planning to move in mid-January. We need our floors refinished! Any companies in West Seattle that anyone would recommend?
And from Wendy, who’s been here a while but this is still somewhat of a related query – with a tangent:
I am looking for a Westside piano tuner to give my little 1954 Chickering console a tune-up since moving to our new townhome in High Point. Iâ€™d like to get it tuned before Dec. 17th since we are having a party and I am hoping someone with talent shows up to play.
And once it is tuned up, I am looking to take lessons â€“ my husband suggests jazz piano (I guess he thinks classical is too boring). I am self-taught in my youth but havenâ€™t really played in a number of years. Never have had music theory, and would love to learn how to do chords and whatever that term is where you fill-in stuff to make your basic music sound impressive. My books arenâ€™t unpacked yet but I know where they are!
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