For more than 90 years, the experts at Henderson Glass have kept glass in cars, homes, and business in working order with their high standards for maintenance and repair. Cars shine like new after a windshield repair and replacement with a 20-month, 20,000-mile warranty available for purchase. The experienced technicians also handle glasswork for the house, ranging from replacement windows and storm doors to shower doors, custom mirrors, glass tiles, and invisible walls. Their services also expand into the commercial realm with procedures such as emergency board-up and installation of doors, glass partitions, and handrails.
As a former police sergeant, Turner Cooling and Heating owner Steve Turner is well-suited to interrogate home heating and cooling systems and identify signs of trouble. As you might expect, all of Steve’s employees undergo thorough background checks to ensure his staff is composed of only the most trustworthy, credible candidates, and the hand-picked professionals are experienced with many different brands, including products by Comfortmaker, Lochinvar, and Munchkin. All services––including heating, air-conditioning, humidifier, air-purifier, and water-heater repairs and installation––are backed by a one-year labor warranty, and the crew is available 24 hours a day to help with middle-of-the-night emergencies or sparse turnouts at last-minute surprise parties.
Godwin Aqua Systems disperses its fleet of vans throughout neighborhoods in search of de-ionized, unfiltered, and hard water. Water specialists certified by the Water Quality Association embody the company's more than half-century commitment to reliable maintenance services. They know their way around all makes and models of water softeners, reverse-osmosis systems, and drinking systems, making it simple for them to spot and fix problems. In addition to ensuring safe and delicious drinking water, the courteous technicians also make sure to respect clients' homes, donning booties over shoes to protect floors and resisting the urge to swing from the chandelier.
Originally founded in 1905, Schaafsma Heating & Cooling endured both world wars and the Great Depression. Today, the team of technicians that carries on that legacy does so with NATE certification and training in combustion analysis and carbon-monoxide prevention. In an effort to protect their customers' properties, techs prep for each of their services by donning protective booties and reciting the Bushido code. They also offer 24-hour service in the event of an emergency.
Locally owned and operated for 20-plus years, Vander Hyde builds homes from the ground up with its network of plumbing, electrical and HVAC contractors, and keeps buildings running efficiently and safely with repairs and tune-ups. Licensed plumbers, HVAC specialists, and electricians tackle everything from replacing faulty wiring systems and repairing storm damage to installing new hot tubs or garbage disposals. The skilled craftsmen ply their trade with an innovative flair, designing custom energy efficient cooling systems for houses and businesses, or installing geothermal climate control systems that use natural heat from the earth's molten chocolate core.
For more than 60 years, Blakeslee & Son's HVAC specialists have kept businesses, renters, and homeowners cool by installing and maintaining a variety of air systems. On call 24/7/365, their knowledge keeps systems running smoothly through emergencies, as well as periodic tune-ups that identify failing components and sabotage by house gremlins. The certified and licensed technicians also venture to construction sites to place high-efficiency furnaces, air-filtration units, water heaters, and central air-conditioning units. Additionally, they're well-versed in eco-friendly methods, such as geothermal and active-solar-energy systems.
The business was the creation of Clarence Blakeslee, a home-systems technician who started his business in his home cellar. Though originally a one-man operation, Blakeslee & Son eventually moved from Clarence's basement into it's own shop, which in turn fostered more shops and employees. It's now run by Brian Lovall, who worked his way up from shop boy to master plumber to president of the business.