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Handyman Helper Is Now Offering Handyman Services To Sioux Falls Residents – Press Release

Handyman Helper Is Now Offering Handyman Services To Sioux Falls Residents

Sioux Falls, SD – Some jobs in your home require the attention of an expert. Whether a person has just purchased furniture that needs assembling or is moving and requires expert attention disassembling the furniture, there is only one company to call in South Dakota – Handyman Helper. Handyman Helper has been helping the members of the community to navigate complex installations, repairs assembly, disassembly, and all other handyman service needs, delivering the best quality services at the most affordable prices.

With help from the team at Handyman Helper, many members of the community have been able to live an accident-free life, especially because the team of highly trained handymen comes to their rescue, handling all of their needs and saving them from the huge cost of medical bills as well as the stress and worry of a DIY installation process.

Describing the commitment to overall customer satisfaction, the spokesperson for the handyman Sioux Falls service company said: “Some say that finding a quality, reliable contractor is a challenge, but not in Sioux Falls! With years of experience helping homeowners and business owners in the Sioux Falls area, we’ve become the go-to handyman and contractor service you can trust. Our enhancement experts have the tools and skills to get the work done right the first time. We’re your South Dakota handyman for installation, repair, and home improvement. With a 100% satisfaction assurance, you can contact us today for complimentary price estimates. Call today to find out more.”

The handyman Sioux Falls understands that service needs are not confined to specific hours during the day and as such guarantees 24-hour availability to address all service needs in and around the community. customers can rest assured that they will be able to enjoy free price estimates for each service to be rendered.

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Handyman horror as man falls into empty pool at Korora

A 50-year-old man has been taken to hospital with head injuries after he fell into an empty pool on Monday morning.

Just before 9am two NSW Ambulance crews were called to a home at Seaside Close in Korora.

The State Emergency Service (SES), NSW Police and NSW Fire and Rescue crews also attended.

A man has been taken to hospital after falling into an empty swimming pool. Photo by Frank Redward

A man has been taken to hospital after falling into an empty swimming pool. Photo by Frank Redward

They worked together to place the man in a basket stretcher and raise him out of the pool in the backyard.

It is understood he was working on the pool replacing tiles when the accident occurred.

He was complaining of back and neck pain and was placed  in full spinal precautions before being transported to hospital.

A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said the man was transferred to the Coffs Harbour Health Campus in a stable condition.

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Great Falls contractor employee charged with wire fraud

Traci Rosenbaum, Great Falls Tribune
Published 11:28 a.m. MT Sept. 30, 2020

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Federal authorities have charged a Great Falls woman with 10 counts of wire fraud after she allegedly altered invoices for a local construction company to the tune of $565,000.

According to the U.S. District Court indictment, Lynn Bapp Tempel managed the finances at William Tempel Construction, receiving subcontractor and supplier invoices submitted to the business for construction projects.

In 2013, William Tempel Construction entered into a contract with a woman to build a $4.4 million residence in Great Falls. Subcontractors supplying materials, equipment and labor submitted invoices directly to the company.

Over the course of three years, Tempel allegedly did not provide the homeowner with the original invoices from the subcontractors. Instead, she’s accused of providing approximately 153 William Tempel Construction invoices that falsified, altered or inflated the originals.

Her actions allegedly resulted in William Tempel Construction receiving more than $565,000 to which it was not entitled.

During the same timeframe, Tempel reportedly withdrew approximately $566,000 in cash from the company’s business account.

Hearing dates for the case are not yet available.

Criminal justice reporter Traci Rosenbaum reports on law enforcement issues for the Tribune. Reach her at [email protected] or 406-791-1490.

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Home Improvement Stock Falls Lower on Downgrade

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Oppenheimer downgraded LOW to “perform” from “outperform”

The shares of Lowe’s Company Inc (NYSE:LOW) are down 1.2% at $161.69, after Oppenheimer downgraded the stock from “outperform” to “perform,” with a price-target cut to $180 from $185. The firm downgraded sector peer Home Depot (HD) as well, noting that home improvement stores’ recent outsized gains could reflect a demand pull going forward. With that being said, the analyst in coverage sees modest upside for the shares in the long term.

On the chats, LOW has been repeatedly rejected by the $171 level as of late, but not before acquiring a fresh Sept. 16 all-time high of $171.72. Now seeing pressure from the 20-day moving average, the equity is on track for its first monthly loss in six, though it does remain up 35% year-to-date.

Coming into today, 18 analysts carry a “buy” or better rating on Lowe’s stock, with the remaining three at a lukewarm “hold.” Meanwhile, the 12-month consensus price target of $181.31 is a 10.7% premium to current levels, indicating an overall sense of optimism from covering firms. 

The options pits are also looking overwhelmingly bullish. LOW’s 50-day call/put volume ratio of 2.59 at the International Securities Exchange (ISE), Cboe Options Exchange (CBOE), and NASDAQ OMX PHLX (PHLX) stands higher than all other readings in its annual range. This means long calls are being picked up at their fastest rate in a year.  

Options look like a good way to go when weighing in on Lowe’s stock as well, as it is currently seeing attractively priced premiums. The stock’s Schaeffer’s Volatility Index (SVI) of 33% sits higher than 14% of readings in its annual range, suggesting short-term options are pricing in relatively low volatility expectations.

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