IAG Announces the Sale of a Home Improvement Company in Northern Idaho to …
News from Seattle Post Intelligencer:

IAG, a leading mergers and acquisitions company representing small to medium sized privately held companies, is pleased to announce the sale of a home improvement company, a team of disaster cleanup professionals.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) December 28, 2012

IAG announced today that it has sold a fire and water damage restoration company in Northern Idaho. The buyer was within the industry and wanted to expand their DKI Franchise. IAG brought the company to the market in 2011. The companies team of fire and water damage restoration professionals, have been serving North Idaho and Eastern Washington for over 25 years. They are proud members of Disaster Kleenup International (DKI).

The home improvement companies emergency services cover fire, smoke and water damage cleanup and repairs. Their professionally trained and certified technicians offer the assurance of expertise in inspection, mitigation, and damage restoration.

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Designers comment on Emerald, the Pantone color of the year
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The Wizard of Oz would be green with envy. That icon of the Emerald City undoubtedly would agree it’s the perfect shade. So would the residents of “Downton Abbey.”

But the 2013 Color of the Year? How much Emerald can one real-life home hold?

Trend forecaster Pantone Color Institute picked Emerald – a rich bluish green – as its must-have, go-to hue for fashion and home decor. It’s a color-wheel 180 from Pantone’s 2012 Color of the Year, Tangerine Tango, and has drawn strong reaction from interior designers and home experts.

“I love the idea of emerald in our interiors,” said Sacramento interior designer Kerrie Kelly, noting that her name does give her an inclination toward green. “When using green, you can go bold with a wall or drapery treatment or keep it quiet by using it to simply accent a space through pillows and accessories. Any lacquered piece in emerald green is sure to be a showstopper.”

“What were they thinking?” said Mary Lawlor, manager of color marketing for San Francisco-based Kelly-Moore Paints. “That pick is causing quite a stir. Pantone is the industry leader, but … it’s somewhat bizarre.

“It’s kind of difficult to put it back into the home,” Lawlor added. “For many people, it’s a flashback to your parents’ living room and big green couch.”

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