Staffed by athletes, personal trainers, and veteran fitness enthusiasts, Complete Nutrition thoroughly educates each customer on ideal supplements and nutrition programs for their personal goals. Brawn-builders will find heaps of muscle-magnifying measures such as creatine ($59.99) and protein blends ($39.99 for 2.5 lbs.), and sagacious souls can slow the aging process and find the car keys' sock-drawer hiding place with the Timeless healthy-aging supplement line ($39.99).
Faulkner Pest Service The times have changed. Bugs have grown smarter, faster, and far savvier. As if by prophesy, John Faulkner and Kelly Byers intuited the pending evolution more than 25 years ago and created Faulkner Pest Service to save humans from cockroaches and other tiny invaders. During visits, trained technicians create a custom plan to search out and eliminate all varieties of cranny dwellers, whether they are insects, rodents, or accidentally miniaturized mad scientists. Termite treatments take preventive action against the destructive critters, which can enter through wood beams or even the soil surrounding foundations. As a tribute to the John and Kelly’s skills, the Amarillo Globe-News has named the company Best Bug Zapper for several years running.
Since 1917, Sutherlands has fostered fetching homes and lavish lawns with a multitude of garden necessities, construction supplies, and more. A helping of sustainable Vortex potting soil ($9.99) in an ornate Monteverde rust planter ($16.99) aids newly adopted rose bushes ($7.99 each) in achieving dreams of growing into majestic redwoods. Green Max Southern Lawn Fertilizer ($18.99) and GrubEx bug killer ($18.99) sustain and safeguard surrounding grass, and the Bond three-piece pruning combo set ($14.99) and Corona 10-foot tree pruner ($38.99) keep outdoor adornment from sprouting hazardous overgrowth or unsightly dreadlock hairstyles.
The licensed pest-control professionals at Bug Tech collapse the tent on creepy-crawly carnivals with safe and effective treatments. A technician first assesses a home for potential infestations, then develops a customized plan to banish intrusive bugs to the darkened corners of summer-camp bullies' sleeping bags. During general control sessions, an interior spraying of baseboards targets problematic pests such as ants, silverfish, and pill bugs before inspectors send stern eviction notices to earwigs and decree a ban on web-spinning for all nonpoisonous spiders. The treatment also targets hiding oriental roaches, coaxing them out with fake gift certificates for overnight vacation motels. An outside spraying of the perimeter adds another line of defense against unwanted houseguests.