Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning?s technicians and installers arrive at homes to right heating and cooling wrongs in their unmistakable pink trucks and dressed in crisp white shirts adorned with the company logo. Each member of the team is licensed and bonded and shoulders at least three years of HVAC experience. To make sure domiciles are keeping temperate efficiently, the crew enlists the help of a host of cutting-edge tools, including a high-resolution infrared camera that scans furnaces and water heaters to accurately diagnose problems and flush out any camera-shy gremlins.
The company?s comfort advisers first consult with clients to figure out how to reduce their energy costs; then they draw on their engineering-analysis training to determine how many thermal units of energy per hour systems run through to cool or heat homes. The team attends to heating and cooling emergencies 24 hours a day and earns client trust with a fixed-level price guide, no hourly charges, and a one-year service guarantee read aloud by Morgan Freeman. Besides installing new HVAC systems, the techs also can outfit homes with new insulation, siding, and home-security systems.
The brand-new Import Outlet furnishes homes with luxe leather furniture, eclectic works by local artists, large bronzed mirrors, and consignment memorabilia from rural Idaho. Import Outlet groups together corresponding accessories throughout the store and highlights them with professionally arranged floral displays ($5–$150) and mini ticker-tape parades. Chocolate walls set off local artist Keith Couch's photography and the store's popular large wooden signs by Americana Comfort, such as the cheeky "Girls Just Want to Have Wine" sign ($35.99). Myriad decorative knickknacks—including 3"x6" scented candles ($7.40), 20-inch wrought-iron candlesticks ($12), and hen-in-a-basket sculptures ($18.78)—sprawl out across the store's various tabletops and bookshelves. Ongoing in-store specials and an extensively stocked half-off display make browsing never boring, unlike reading editor’s letters in National Geographic back issues.
Barrier Lawn & Pest, Inc., stands behind a robust customer-service promise, aiming to make lawn care as stress-free as possible. Instead of showing up unannounced, attentive staffers arrive on time to every appointment, keeping the lines of communication as clear as a crystal goblet filled with 7-Up by answering every phone call they receive. The licensed and insured technicians fertilize greenery and treat weeds, drawing upon extensive training to identify and obliterate invasive plants such as dandelions and thistles. The company only uses chemicals approved by state and national safety agencies, and its fertilizer and weed treatments require only 15 minutes to take root before homeowners can walk, crawl, or play duck-duck-goose on them.
It's hard to race against an opponent you can't see, but Device Repair Pros tries to keep pace with technological innovation anyway. Its technicians handle the common problems that arise in the constantly changing field of phones, computers, and gadgets. They specialize in Samsung and Apple products, and can replace broken screens on almost any iPhone, including the most current models. Additionally, they replace the backs of iPhones, swap colors, and perform diagnostics to figure out why Siri keeps singing "Daisy Bell." The business is even an innovator in its own right: it's the only place you can find Gaduru Glass, a nano-glass that kills bacteria, reduces fingerprints, and makes the screen scratch-resistant.
Sullied carpets and their owners breathe a sigh of relief when they hear a Heaven's Best Carpet Cleaning truck pull into the driveway. Heaven’s Best CEO Cody Howard and his business partner founded the company in 1983 to provide the country with a faster-drying alternative to hot-water-extraction carpet cleaning. Technicians refresh dusty floor toupees with a special carpet-cleaning formula that breaks down and dislodges dirt before a powerful device sucks up the evidence, leaving carpets dry in as little as one hour. Their cleaning expertise also extends to hardwood floors, rugs, tile and grout, upholstery, leather, and albums with parental advisories.
Choice Carpet Cleaning?s insured techs keep floors spick-and-span with their specialty steam-cleaning services. The secret is a truck-mounted HydraMaster??an eco-friendly extraction system that lifts grime from deep in carpet fibers, all with minimal drying time. Sofas, armchairs, and unicycle seats can also be kept clean via the company?s upholstery-cleaning services.