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At a Gloucester home, Tim Riley (left) and Lou Silveira chat. Silveira inspects pipes, insulation with an infrared camera, and a window. At a Gloucester home, Tim Riley (left) and Lou Silveira chat. Silveira inspects pipes, insulation with an infrared camera, and a window. (Photos By Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)
By Kathy McCabe
Globe Staff / July 30, 2009

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GLOUCESTER - Lou Silveira used an infrared camera to check the insulation in Maria Noia’s home, which the Portuguese immigrant bought 20 years ago with money she earned on the frozen fish line at Gorton’s of Gloucester. (Full article: 475 words)

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