For 32 years, the friendly crew at Fish Window Cleaning has meticulously cleaned gutters, windowpanes, and pained windows throughout the Midwest, and they recently expanded to Orlando and beyond. A uniformed professional will spontaneously manifest at your home to de-clutter your gutters (a $125 average) and clean windows inside and out (a $4 average per pane of glass) until your home hums the rubber ducky song in the tone of hygienic satisfaction. Fish Window Cleaning will evict grime caused by dust, rain, and wayward bugs on windows’ exteriors, while treating your furnishings and fixtures with respect when sparkling the interior side of windows. Pricing varies by house. You can find specific locations here and call the appropriate phone number at (407) 862-9463 or (386) 763-1822 with questions.
Apartment Movers' expert team efficiently moves families and businesses to local or long-distance destinations with such efficiency that they won the Angie?s List Super Service Award in 2011, 2012 and 2013. Armed with tools, trucks, and supplies, they pack up belongings, before gingerly loading cardboard treasure boxes into a truck, portable storage unit, car, or time machine. They also provide junk-removal services to make moves easier and less fraught with ankle-grabbing garden gnomes. Once homeowners are packed up and moved, the movers descend on boxes, unloading them from trucks and rearranging heavy items within new dwelling spaces.
During the year of intense training spent in Boston learning the art and science of piano tuning, Michael trained his ears to detect the difference between a flat tone and the right pitch. Then, he opened Keynote Tuning—a business through which he could share his aptitude for sound with others. During appointments, he optimizes the sound of each piano, be it a dated family heirloom or a newly purchased baby grand. In addition to adjusting pitch, Michael repairs faulty piano parts and cleans piano interiors with a vacuum.
"You should call somebody to fix that."
This declaration of resignation, as Greg Bell's aunt pointed out back when he founded his business in 2000, was the common denominator among homeowners who were never able to find time to complete their lists of home improvements and repairs. As it happened, this group of time-thwarted homeowners was just Greg's target market, so he dropped his business's original name, "Greg Bell, Handyman," in favor of the cleverly anonymous, Mr. Somebody. Nowadays, supported by a team of handpicked handymen, Greg undertakes a range of remodeling and repair services. However, his success means that he can no longer hide behind the blank moniker, as his customers often refer to him glowingly by name on the consumer review aggregator Angie's List, where he also won a Super Service Award in 2011.
From the recesses of the secret Caribama hideout, the bring-bring of a phone call raises the hand of Angel M. Rodriguez, a fearless contractor with a background in aerospace engineering and professional work with the U.S. Navy and Air Force. "No job is too big," he says and pushes the big red button. The ground rumbles, the gates lift, and his cadre of highly trained fixer-uppers swoops in and restores order to all facets of household catastrophe. While mending the roof, a skilled technician can repair a bent gutter or save a frightened tree limb from the evil meowing of a stuck kitten. Drains unclog and electrical wires cease malfunction. If time remains after raking leaves or removing a felled branch, homeowners can request a tech's meticulous re-glazing services to overhaul a vintage bathtub or an especially meaningful donut.