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Compass Designs is with Dan Bowden.

Had a great time meeting everyone at the Home Depot "Storm Ready Expo"!

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Our hearts go out to all affected by Matthew! We are working hard for you!! We will be with you as soon as we can....your patience is very much appreciated.

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South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has declared a state of emergency in South Carolina and has ordered an evacuation of many coastal communities in advance of  declared a state of emergency in South Carolina and is calling for some evacuations in the Lowcountry in advance of Hurricane Matthew.
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Love it when the kids are in the office! Makes work more fun!!!😘🎉💞💙👍🏼😎

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Compass Designs is feeling thankful at Compass Designs.

Thanks an Awesome year!! Looking forward to 2016!!🙏🏼

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Myrtle Beach City Government

Fred Nash Boulevard closure begins Wednesday…

A portion of Fred Nash Boulevard, between Farrow Parkway and Emory Road, will be closed to all traffic for approxi...mately 90 days beginning at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday, December 2. After originally announcing the temporary closure last week, city staff have reviewed the plans and today spoke with residents, business operators and others in the affected area to alert them to the need for the road closure and outline alternative travel patterns.

The closure is required for new commercial construction on both sides of Fred Nash Boulevard, to include water, sewer and stormwater systems which must be extended beneath the road. Plans also call for construction of a traffic circle, or round-about, on Fred Nash Boulevard to better handle the increased volume of traffic through the area when those new retail locations open. New businesses at that location will include a Walmart neighborhood store, a bank, a fuel station and other retail outlets.

During this temporary closure of Fred Nash Boulevard, drivers should avoid trying to cross US 17 at Shetland Lane.

Instead, southbound traffic on US 17 should take the U-turn under the “back gate” bridge (US 17/SC707/Farrow Parkway interchange). Then, once northbound on US 17, drivers can make a safe right-hand turn onto Shetland Lane without having to cross US 17. Likewise, traffic exiting Shetland Lane should take a right-hand turn onto northbound US 17, rather than attempting to cross US 17. Drivers then can use the Harrelson Boulevard interchange to reverse direction and head southbound on US 17.

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We are Certified EPA Lead Safe Renovators!

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Due to the recent storms we have been super busy....We really appreciate all the referrals! Our clients are the Best!! Updates coming soon!!!

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A pilot program funded with seed money from the Rockefeller Foundation and Prudential Financial is strengthening 30 homes in three states, including 10 in Horry County, against hurricane windstorm damage through free construction upgrades.
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Sherry Ann Causey Stone added 59 new photos to the album: IBHS April 29th 2015.
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Ten homes in the Grand Strand are receiving weatherproofing renovations – and it's not costing the homeowners a penny. It's part of a larger project being tested in The Grand Strand.
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Raccoon Damage

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