Before Budget Right Handyman does anything to a home, they first prove they need to be there. On the company's blog, Handyman Tim examines the most common repairs and installations individually and answers the question, "Do I need a handyman for this?" His answer helps customers understand what's truly involved in replacing a ceiling fan or retiling a shower or repainting a snake-pit. Budget Right's crew of craftsmen have the necessary experience for the most daunting indoor and outdoor services, such as installing windows and shelving systems, remodeling kitchens, and repairing a home's siding. But even if it's a job you can do yourself, Budget Right can free up hours of weekend by bundling an entire to-do list into a single session.
The staff of artists working at Terra Incognito's 6,000-square-foot arts space pass on their knowledge to students, teaching them to throw clay on the wheel, build shapes by hand, or sculpt perfect teacups with their hands tied behind their backs. Groups work in classrooms furnished with different types of kilns—gas, electric, wood, or sodium-carbonate powered—each designed to handle different projects. Classes on metalworking and basket making expand the school’s scope beyond pottery. The space also functions as a gallery filled with the finished ceramic work of well-known and emerging artists.
Prodigy Glassworks, INC. is located in the heart of the Oak Park Arts District at 207 Harrison St. Oak Park, Il 60304. Our location features a fine art gallery that offers unique hand-blown and fused glass pieces made by local artists and a glass blowing studio on the premises. We are conveniently located steps away from
Team members at Alanis Development Corporation remodel kitchens and bathrooms, renovate offices and restaurants, and repair spaces that have been knocked around by the elements. Their values include quality communication, high levels of security—all projects are supervised—and customer service. These three priorities keep customers as happy as their new digs do.
Fly Bird carries fun and inventive items that range anywhere from Diabolical Hot Dog T-shirts ($24.99) to French mermaid bottle openers ($28). For friends in the market for thoughtful gifts or paper airplane supplies, the store stocks a wide range of journals and paper goods, such as the 32-page instruction book for handling babies ($9.95), and the "Scribbles," "Squiggles," or "Doodles" coloring books ($19.99 each), which are designed by Taro Gomi, author of the eye-opening children's novel Everyone Poops. The items listed in the online catalogue are just the tip of Fly Bird's eclectic iceberg of mind-melting merchandise—to truly grasp the store's items without breaking them or putting them in their mouth, curious customers can simply stop by the store.