Home Services in Alaska


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  • Color me mine
    State investigator Suzan Armstrong sifts through heaps of paperwork, carefully mulling over government cases. Though her eyes focus on the documents' dense text, her thoughts momentarily drift away to daydreams about erecting a creative haven where people can funnel their imaginations into a slew of colorful crafts. In January of 2007, Suzan's reoccurring daydream materialized when she hung up her investigative briefcase, broke the glass on her emergency paintbrush holder, and opened her own franchise of Color Me Mine—named one of the top 10 places for kids' birthday parties by Parents magazine. The 1,750-square-foot studio brims with décor and fixtures crafted by its own staff members, including custom-tile floors and a grandfather clock made from shards of shattered pottery. Patrons browse well stocked shelves of ceramic plates, vases, and—thanks to an exclusive partnership with the magic magnate—Disney characters, then garnish their chosen bisques around crafting tables in the main studio or long tables in the private party room. Experienced staff members stand closely by to help with bisque or paint selection and answer any questions about materials, design ideas, or how to emblazon Tinker Bell with a perfect Mona Lisa smile, then glaze and fire each creation to forge a bounty of long-lasting keepsakes.
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    800 E Dimond Blvd
    Anchorage, AK US
  • Aaron's Sales and Lease Ownership
    Alaska Communications is Alaska's smartest network, providing wireless services via Smartphones, cell phones, and Mobile Broadband devices.
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    410 Merhar Ave
    Fairbanks, AK US
  • Reindeer Farm
    What began as a colony farm built by the U.S. Army in 1935 became, by the mid-1950s, the childhood home of Reindeer Farm's head honcho, Tom Williams. After studying the habits of Scandinavian and Siberian reindeer herders in high school, Tom began to understand why the antlered creatures were considered the "cattle of the North": The brisk Alaskan climate suited their dense coats and languid presence at pool parties. In 1987, after years of practicing law throughout Alaska, Tom ventured to Canada to meet his first herd of reindeer, which he kept corralled next to a tiny sign and donation jar on the modest farm. Since then, that initial herd has blossomed into 150 reindeer, who graze beside 35 elk, 13 horses, one bull moose, and one surprisingly well-adjusted bison. Now a petting zoo, the farm has grown alongside the herd, with guided tours, scavenger hunts, and horseback rides treating guests to an up-close and hands-on experience with the majestic animals. Located in the colony's original chicken coop, a gift shop provides guests with any number of collectibles to commemorate their visits.
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    5561 S. Bodenburg Loop Rd
    Palmer, AK US
  • 24hr Arctic Services
    For more than 13 years, JD Berry—24hr. Arctic Heating, Thawing & Drain Services' licensed, insured, and bonded contractor—has remained ready 24 hours a day, seven days a week to rejuvenate mechanisms in households and businesses. The seasoned serviceman boasts certifications that showcase his impressive experience, and journeys to properties to examine and tweak buildings' vital immune systems, which include electrical wiring, plumbing, heating, water filtration, and tear ducts. On some stops, JD performs a boiler inspection by checking for leaks and ensuring thermostats, zone actuators, and safety functions are up to par. He treks down basement stairs to examine furnaces for heat-exchanger cracks with the aid of a keen eye and a stack of inkblot flash cards. Many services aim to increase overall efficiency and safety in homes and businesses, including water-heater tune-ups, which ascertain the overall health of the unit with the replacement or thorough cleaning of components, including the thermocouple and burners.
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    905 Muldoon Road
    Anchorage, AK US
  • Chartreuse
    Owner Sheri Olesen stocks her boutique Chartreuse with gently used apparel, jewelry, and accessories and blankets its walls in the creative output of local artists. Guests can cover upper hemispheres and tattoos of swear words with a women's top ($10–$30) or don a crochet hat ($30–$55) to keep noggins toasty. Legs shimmy into designer jeans or aerate calves in a skirt ($45 or less), and an array of belts ($20 or less) can keep wayward slacks from slipping off to rendezvous with capris sweethearts. Shoppers can drape collarbones in lanyards of handmade jewelry ($50 or less for most pieces) or adorn den walls with prints by local canvas-coaters ($25–$125).
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    729 1st Ave
    Fairbanks, AK US
  • Sam's Carpet Care
    Now celebrating 30 years of cleaning and restoration experience, Tyson, the owner of Sam's Carpet Care, commands a dedicated crew of trained carpet technicians. These specialists uproot grime from underfoot using citrus-based nontoxic products and truck-mounted hot-water-extraction systems, but their services go beyond carpet fibers. Sam's Carpet Care also handles upholstery cleaning and textile installation. In the event of a flood, fire, or meatball storm, the team can restore damaged surfaces, too. In fact, Tyson has earned master-level certification in textile cleaning, fire and smoke restoration, and water-damage restoration.
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    601 N Bunker Hill St
    Wasilla, AK US
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