Established in 1978, HPR & Associates specializes in the construction industry and is located in Dallas/ Fort Worth metroplex of Texas. The company’s broad range of expertise and experience applies to commercial, industrial and residential works.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: 2 Movers & Truck
Pro Tip: The earlier you can schedule a move, the better.
Storage & Moving Logistics' staffers have a knack for spatial relationships; they can safely and efficiently pack a person's entire amassment of personal effects into a truck or storage unit. In their gated storage facilities, they keep clients' belongings under video-camera surveillance 24 hours a day to ensure that they're safely in place and not coming to life at night. Their moving crews, meanwhile, consist mostly of military veterans. They safely transport prized possessions from place to place, proud to say that a portion of the proceeds from every job benefits foundations such as The Heroes Project or The Silent Warrior Scholarship Fund.
Family patriarch Nordy Rockler opened the doors of his first store in 1954 to supply his fellow craftsmen with knowledge, friendly advice, and a large selection of tools for at-home woodworking projects. Now, the chain of retail outlets brims with more than 20,000 tools and specialized woodworking equipment. Next to a steely rainbow of hinges, casters, and screws, a supply of lumber and exotic hardwoods provides planks for building tree houses or just leaving around as a warning to uncooperative trees. The tenor buzz of power tools operated by newly knowledgeable guests drifts from educational sessions on operating equipment and woodworking.
Quick EZ Repairs’ technicians can resolve a broad spectrum of electronics emergencies, from broken iPhone screens to the mythical red ring of death—the techs’ moniker for the three red lights that signify an Xbox 360 error. Through rigorous examinations and troubleshooting, they return devices to working order and back their handiwork with a 30-day guarantee. In addition to fixing up smartphones, PCs, game consoles, and tablets, the team can recover corrupted files and transfer data from old computers directly into the brains of babies. The shop also includes an extensive stock of new phones, games, and computer accessories.
Hiltons Home Center helps customers visualize their new floor by allowing them to tiptoe through a show room adorned with multiple sample swatches of carpet, tile, or hardwood. Design consultants aim to pair patrons with their desired material from a catalogue that contains luxury Karndean and patterned Southwind carpeting, as well as rugged Mohawk flooring. Rich coppers and flecks of slate swirl across Karndean Knight tile ($3.02/sq. ft.) forged from stone versatile enough to withstand the dropping of dishes in a highly trafficked kitchen or the dropping of paratroopers from a highly misguided mission. Toes trace the authenticating grains squiggling through slabs of 5-inch Maple Ridge hardwoods, available in shades of natural, dark brown, or red ($5.57/sq. ft.). Clients can also opt for plush carpeting to outfit a room ($0.82+/sq. ft.), treating feet to a surface cushier than a pillow stuffed with gummi worms.
James McGuffey, owner of Alamo Door & Awning, built his business on a simple guarantee: he promises customer satisfaction with his newly installed or repaired garage doors, garage-door openers, and extendable awnings, or he doesn't charge for the service. To deliver on such a pledge, he maintains a team of top-notch technicians and a stock of most of the hardware needed for any job. He even sells the hardware piecemeal to those who want to attempt repairs on their own, providing helpful advice and tips for such do-it-yourself projects on his website.