Husband-and-wife team Molly and Kerry Lovell fortify homes’ structures and beautify their exteriors with services honed by more than 25 years of industry experience. The duo’s passion for maintaining homesteads extends to the study of repairing and installing plumbing, fixing electrical systems, woodworking, and constructing undetectable swiveling bookcases. Together with a hand-selected roster of tradespeople—including Molly’s brother, a master tile setter of 30 years—the Lovells venture into homes and battle disrepair. The fully insured and licensed team of wood, fabric, and metal manipulators travels from home to home strengthening pipework and paint jobs after drafting a free estimate whenever possible. Homeowners seem satisfied, since the company was voted one of 2012's and 2013's Best Handyman Services by Northwest Herald readers.
The licensed and insured technicians from DXM Integrated Solutions wire homes with high-tech gadgetry such as full home audio/video systems, keyless entry, and lighting systems. Homeowners can have a home theater installed or get their entryways lined up with automatic locks and electronic biometric fingerprint scanners to keep out unwanted intruders and dogs without opposable thumbs.
The projects at Mike Lloyd Construction are a lot like new haircuts or outfits. While only updating a single element, the makeovers can drastically change the subject's overall look. For Lloyd's team, that means remodeling or building decks, sunrooms, bathrooms, or other elements of homes—but only after they work closely with clients to come up with the design. The experts also can tackle more subtle projects such as crown molding or in-floor heating, the perfect deterrent for door-to-door snowmen.
By suggesting simple ways to improve energy efficiency at home, Euro-Tech's level-one residential-energy audit can shave up to 30% off bloated energy bills. During an audit, a well-trained energy doctor will examine the amount of energy a home consumes versus the cost of that energy. Then, within one week, auditors will reveal their recommendations in 15- to 25-page reports stuffed with suggested energy-saving stratagems, such as using energy-efficient light bulbs, caulking or replacing windows, adding attic insulation, or handcuffing radiators so their heat waves can't escape.