Tammy Messer, a sales associate in the seasonal department, checks information on the last remaining air conditioner at Lowe’s in Olympia in the summer of 2009. Installing air conditioning was just behind home painting and installing a concrete patio as the most popular home improvement for area millennials, according to a new survey.
Tammy Messer, a sales associate in the seasonal department, checks information on the last remaining air conditioner at Lowe’s in Olympia in the summer of 2009. Installing air conditioning was just behind home painting and installing a concrete patio as the most popular home improvement for area millennials, according to a new survey. Tony Overman Staff file, 2009
Tammy Messer, a sales associate in the seasonal department, checks information on the last remaining air conditioner at Lowe’s in Olympia in the summer of 2009. Installing air conditioning was just behind home painting and installing a concrete patio as the most popular home improvement for area millennials, according to a new survey. Tony Overman Staff file, 2009

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