Far cheaper than purchasing a new computer, a tune-up can improve your machine's day-to-day performance and extend the life of your investment. Any kind of computer, from laptop to desktop, is welcome at Delta. Walk-ins are accepted, and most jobs can be turned around in as little as three days and no more than five. For an extra $50, Delta will pick up your computer and drop it off again once service is complete. Delta claims to be the largest and most trusted locally owned computer shop in Cleveland, boasting 10,000 regular customers.
Green Screen’s expert phone tinkerers renovate ailing handhelds in 72 business hours or fewer with an array of services and factory-licensed components. After gathering devices at one of four convenient drop centers, expert technicians pilot mini zambonis to smooth away cracks and potholes for improved finger skating across pressure-sensitive displays for iPhone 3G or 3GS ($70), BlackBerry Bold, Storm, or Curve ($140) HTC Evo, HD7, or Inspire ($150), Motorola Atrix ($150), or T-Mobile myTouch 4G ($150). Contact Green Screen Teks for other devices and repair services.
The professional handymen from Donahue Contracting & Landscaping pride themselves as jacks-of-all-trades when it comes to household projects. They move from lawn and garden to hearth and home, keeping exteriors neat and tidy through regular lawn mowing visits and remodeling interiors with equal aplomb. Homeowners can also call upon their expertise for seasonal work, such as fertilizing and bush trimming in the spring, and plowing snow and unruly snowmen armies in the winter.
It was supposed to be an ordinary day of shopping for Dan Wolt. But at some point between flipping through hangers and carrying duds to the fitting room, a cartoon light bulb materialized above his head. "Buying windows," he said, as the idea alchemized in his brain, "Should be as simple as buying clothes from a local boutique." At the time, Dan was working for a window company dominated by high-pressure sales tactics and long presentations. He could tell customers felt stressed. So after his epiphany, Dan went home and founded Zen Windows, a window- and door-installing business whose signature is its relaxed, user-friendly style.
Hammers, wrenches, measuring tape, and other tools stuff the leather utility belts of Handyman Connection's well-prepared craftsmen. Clad in crisp polo shirts embroidered with the company logo, they tackle projects big and small, such as retiling showers and floors, silencing drippy faucets, and outfitting doors with new locks. To ensure transparency, they carry out complimentary in-home evaluations and price estimates, which can be scheduled over the phone or online before each job. :m]]
For more than 60 years, Bloom Bros. Supply has helped patrons tackle a slew of refurbishment projects with its expansive inventory of home-improvement supplies. For a better salsa-dance partner, fixer-uppers can utilize the inventory of power tools ($21+) and nails ($2+/lb.) to attach wooden limbs to a new broom or mop ($5–$15). Customers can treat thirsty friends to a half-full glass of water from a brand-new faucet ($12+) and thirsty enemies to a painting of a faucet brushed onto a wall with the store’s large collection of paints ($11+/gal.). The knowledgeable staff at Bloom Bros. Supply can also repair windows and screens, custom fit pipes, and re-key locks.