Always Different

Photos by Kaiti Sullivan/The Herald
Best for Less employee Bert McKee, left, and owner Doug Schmitt, both of Jasper, power wash window awnings on a house in Jasper on Thursday. Schmitt started the business 33 years ago knowing it was something he wanted to do for a long time. "It's always different jobs, different places, different colors," he said. "It breaks the monotony most times." 

 

 




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