It’s only a day away!

Some folks get pretty excited about Halloween, they plan their costumes ahead of time, stock up on candy and Halloween treats, and decorate their house for the holiday. Others prefer to go the simple route with last minute costumes, a few bags of candy and a carved pumpkin or two. Either way, this the season to be scary! (In varying forms of course)

Byron and I opted for the less scary, more classic Halloween costumes. In general we’re not big into anything that might give us a fright, we stick to Disney’s version of Halloween, or maybe the Peanuts rendition.

This year we chose to be tomb raiders. While Byron styled the classic hat and whip of Indiana Jones, I attempted to look cool and hardcore like Lara Croft.

Neither costume was difficult to put together, just a few staple pieces we already had and a few accessories that were easy to find at the Halloween store! BayMaxx didn’t care much for his ninja turtle costume… but I thought he looked very cute!

My only regret this year is that I couldn’t take my dear sweet fur-child door to door trick or treating! If there is a doggy version of the Halloween tradition we’re all so fond of, I’d love to know!!! Just think how many people would participate! Dog treats for the pups and candy for their humans (regardless of their age!) Seriously, it sounds like a blast to me!

On a more serious note…

Some people like to go all out with their holiday traditions, and some choose to make a minimal effort. This is a common situation found with customers and their plumbing problems as well, however, occasionally plumbing disasters happen and customers find they have no choice but to go “all in” in order to fix the issue!

Whether you’re “all in” from the start, or simply because you’ve run out of options, or maybe you have a few minor plumbing problems that need to be fixed, give us a call or text at (941)504-3578 and we’ll be more than happy to come out, look over everything, and provide you with a free estimate! We’re here to help, and we’re excellent at our jobs, so don’t hesitate to reach out!

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