When it comes to garage doors, there hasn't really been a whole lot of innovation in the past 40 years. The best garage door is the one that opens, closes, and doesn't give you any guff in between. Sound Door Service?a Seattle-based, locally owned and operated company?understands this, and that's why a good number of their doors come with life-time warranties. But that's just the beginning. They stock a massive selection of doors that range from classic steel doors that get the job done to Heritage Classic carriage style doors, hand-crafted by retired race horses.
Of course, sometimes things go wrong, so Sound Door Service keeps a team of techs on hand. They can fix up damaged sections, install an entirely new unit, or swap out rusty springs for new ones. Techs can also correct door torsion and repair extension springs, and lend assistance and expertise to owners shopping for a new door.
Pande Cameron traces its origins back to 1924, when Colonel Guner Pande and his business partner, Ernest Cameron, began importing and selling fine oriental rugs with the help of their enterprising young assistant, Mihran Paul Andonian. Twenty-five years later, Mihran inherited the business, eventually passing it to the father-and-son team of Charles and Brad Andonian, who mind the shop to this very day. The flooring experts display a dazzling display of carpets in their South Lake Union and Bellevue storefronts, and also perform restoration of precious underfoot adornments, from purifying sullied wool and silk area rugs to dispatching ferocious reanimated bearskin rugs. Antique rugs cloak floorboards in dark-wine reds and ornamental paisley teardrops, and contemporary carpeting covers tile and hardwood with striking seas of color and creative designs. In addition to keeping toes basking in the soft fibers of new, restored, or rental carpets, Pande Cameron maintains a vital connection to its community through charitable partnerships with organizations such as Seattle Children's Hospital and the South Lake Union Park.
A lot of carpet-cleaning businesses offer some sort of guarantee, but Complete Carpet Care offers no fewer than five. Beyond the basic 100% guarantee for service, the company stands behind its eight-step organic carpet-cleaning process and vows to refund the customer’s money if it fails to live up to the hype. When it comes to spots, any marks or traffic lanes removed by the techs are guaranteed to stay gone, and those who opt to add Complete Carpet Care’s Teflon protector can rest assured that the protector is guaranteed to repel new permanent stains for a year. And, once carpets have been thoroughly degunked, they’re protected from accidental spills for seven days postcleaning––within a week of service, the techs will return to retouch their work free of charge and with no questions asked, no matter how many red-wine-soaked piñatas happen to be lying around.
In a truck-mounted steam cleaning system, Complete Carpet Care uses all organic solutions, made from ingredients such as lime and grapefruit seed extract, natural enzymes, and cider vinegar, in contrast to traditional cleaners, which use harsh chemicals such as silicones, linear alcohol, and borine. The crew uses a similar technique when cleaning upholstery and area rugs, ensuring all surfaces are cleaned without leaving behind harmful residue.
Continental Carpet Care‘s technicians go beyond the call of cleanliness in order to meet their commitment to customers’ health. For every residential and commercial carpet services, the cleaners use biodegradable, nontoxic products to safely eradicate bacteria, eliminate allergens, and remove pet odors and stains. Technicians inspect carpets before each service and create a customized cleaning plan based on manufacturer’s recommendations and messages from a highly experienced magic eight ball. In addition to scrubbing carpets, Continental Carpet Care cleans upholstery, mattresses, and tile and natural stone, and offers emergency water restoration to treat flood damage.
From the south end of Lake Union, kayakers and paddle boarders can head north toward Gas Works Park to see the century-old former Seattle Gas Light Company plant. From there, they can head east and wind through Portage Bay on the way through Montlake, then cut over to the Washington Park Arboretum and Lake Washington. If they turn west instead, they can cut through a canyon of city buildings until reaching Ballard Locks and Puget Sound, where they may arrive in time to see the sun hang just above the Olympic Mountains.
Moss Bay Rowing, Kayaking, Sailing and Paddle Board Center's team facilitates adventures like these by renting man-powered water vessels by the hour, day, or week. Rentals afford paddlers and sailors the chance to explore Seattle's sheltered waterways, which are held to a 7-knot speed limit. Moss Bay's staff also leads small-group and private lessons in rowing, kayaking, and sailing, and coordinates guided tours including excursions designed for kids and adults.
After retiring as a fourth-generation Seattle firefighter, it was only natural that Bill Davis decided his next career path would involve his ever-present tool belt. A master carpenter with more than 25 years of experience, Bill leads a bonded and insured crew of assistants as they expedite small and large domestic projects. He provides estimates and answers to all types of carpentry, remodeling, and installation projects, putting in new cabinets with the same deft skill he uses to build a brick pathway or clean gutters of squirrels’ safety deposit boxes. Above all, his company puts good work and integrity first, in hopes of becoming a household name for each of his clients.