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Diamond in the Rough Property Solutions LLC

Diamond in the Rough Property Solutions LLC Service

Diamond in the Rough Property Solutions LLC

1399 Ragersville Rd SW
Sugarcreek Ohio 44681
United States

(330) 574-9707

Business Description

Are you planning to remodel a home soon to achieve a new look and improve your home efficiency? Diamond in the Rough Property Solutions LLC can provide you with a remodeling service that will enhance the look and feel your home. We have the business experience to meet unique remodeling needs of clients and achieve customer satisfaction. We help you select the best quality products that come with excellent warranties and provide ongoing assistance when you run into any problems. Additionally, we work to provide you with the quality required for the various services. Call us today!

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Monday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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About Sugarcreek

Sugarcreek is a village in Tuscarawas County, Ohio, United States. The population was 2,373 at the 2020 census. It is known as "The Little Switzerland of Ohio." Located in Ohio's Amish Country, the village is part of a large regional tourism industry. In the center of town stands one of the world's largest cuckoo clocks, which was previously featured on the cover of the Guinness World Records book in 1977. == History == Sugarcreek's historical beginnings were rooted in cheese production. Swiss immigrants arrived in the early 1830s and used the milk from Amish dairy farms to produce their cheese. In the 1950s they created an annual Ohio Swiss Festival; the success of early festivals as an attraction for tourists resulted in local business leaders transforming the town into a Swiss village starting in 1965.: 117–119  By the early 1970s the first tourist-oriented businesses were opening, and the tourism industry in Sugarcreek was centered not only around the Amish but also around a steam engine passenger train operated by the Ohio Central Railroad which ran between Sugarcreek and Baltic until 2004. Since the train stopped running, tourism in Sugarcreek has decreased.: 118–120  Trollinger theorizes that unlike Walnut Creek and Berlin, which support a nostalgia that reassures tourists that what they are nostalgic for still exists in America and is therefore a nostalgia of hope, the Swiss theme of Sugarcreek inspires a nostalgia for something that is forever gone— that is, a historic period in which the United States was a European immigrant based white-majority country— and so does that not reassure many people.: 134–135, 142 Shanesville was founded in 1814 by Anthony Shane at the intersection of two Indian trails (currently Ohio State Routes 39 and 93). This village was surpassed in size and stature by Sugarcreek (then known as East Shanesville) when the railroads came in the mid-19th century. Shanesville was administratively merged with Sugarcreek in 1969, and took up the current name for the village.[1] == Geography == Sugarcreek is located along the South Fork of Sugar Creek.

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