In more than 20 years of working with wood and furniture, Greg Wright’s deft hands have refinished antique tables, rejuvenated Steinway grand pianos, and even tackled jobs for the Lucas Oil Stadium suites. The expert craftsman brings faded, stained, and scratched surfaces back to life, whether the wood belongs to a chair or the floorboards of a posh sandcastle. In addition to repairing and rejuvenating surfaces made of oak or mahogany, Wright reupholsters tired couches and frayed armchairs. When tackling a project in-shop isn’t convenient, he drops by homes to handle problems in person.
RecycleForce provides comprehensive recycling services to residents and businesses across Indiana, offering low- to no-cost recycling collection for a wide range of materials, including plastic, paper, aluminum, cardboard, and electronic waste. To broaden its community impact, RecycleForce uses the revenue generated from its recycling business to employ formerly incarcerated individuals and provide them with comprehensive social services and job training. Its six-month transitional job program focuses on character development, personal counseling, and job skills. After participants complete the program, RecycleForce helps them obtain full-time employment by partnering with employers committed to hiring ex-offenders.
With locations in 35 states, the crews at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing tend to repairs while guaranteeing their services, so clients need not fear the resettling of Hydras in their tubs. They install and recommend nearly all types of plumbing products such as water heaters, faucets, pumps, and toilets.
Founded at the turn of the 20th century, Dial One has evolved with the times. No longer relying on a horse-drawn wagon to reach ailing heating and cooling systems, the locally owned company now rushes to the aid of families across central Indiana in cheery yellow vans, piloted by one of more than 60 industry-certified technicians, and prides itself on prompt arrivals and never wasting its customers' time. Late-night hiccups can be attended to via Dial One's 24-hour emergency service, and an online Ask The Expert program allows for quick and easy answers to questions about cooling systems, furnaces, or the meaning of it all.
Located close to Banker's Life Fieldhouse, Tin Roof Indianapolis is a convenient stop for live music, drinks, and satisfying American food. Patrons can share appetizers such as deep-fried hot dogs or mild, cheesy jalapeño poppers that won't cause mouths to breathe fire. Cooks grill marinated-flank-steak quesadillas and layer sandwiches with fillings such as Italian meats, buffalo-chicken tenders, or fried shrimp. Sports fans can catch NFL Sunday Ticket games on the spot's televisions.