Best Cabinets fashions custom furnishings, built-ins, and more using handpicked lumber from the company's 100 acres of Wisconsin woodlands. Each log is cut at Best Cabinets' in-house sawmill, where wood is air-dried, then placed in a dehumidifier kiln to reduce it to 6%–8% humidity—the optimum moisture content for cabinet making. From these carefully prepared raw materials, Best Cabinets' well-trained plank whisperers build custom furniture ($200+) and kitchen cabinets ($200+) using decorative hardware ($5+) to create handsome hiding places for stashes of collectible Funyuns.
The electricians at Adams Electrical Services, Inc possess powers that could make Zeus spark with envy. The licensed, bonded, and insured professionals bend electricity to their wills, making it power everything from ceiling fans to lights. But it's not quite as easy as flipping a switch. Adams Electrical Services' team takes great time and care to plan their jobs, whether that means rewiring a commercial space, installing a home generator, or designing lighting schemes to show the sun how obsolete it is. They can also troubleshoot electrical problems and make necessary repairs, helping to prevent fires and keep fuses functioning.
The licensed electricians at Kinslow Smith keep homes running efficiently and safely at all hours—many services are available 24 hours a day, including circuit-breaker-panel replacements and light rewiring so you can finally blink your address in Morse code. Staffers also provide time-saving services such as ceiling-fan and light-fixture installations.
When Ronald Wagster first opened Harmonious Decorating & Remodeling, Inc. in 1983, it was known as Ron's Decorating Service. Until 2007, he and his staff stuck mostly to home painting. But in 2008, they expanded their service list to encompass every aspect of construction and remodeling, including electrical and plumbing work. Today, the employees continue to remodel, waterproof, and even paint homes, all the while adhering strictly to EPA standards.