The foundation upon which Aurora Home Services Network is built can be boiled down to three letters: A.B.A. This acronym is not in reference to a Björn-less Swedish disco band, but rather stands for “Always Buy Aurora,” a principle that each member of the network of contractors upholds when purchasing Aurora-sourced supplies and servicing Aurora-area residents. With this community focus in mind, the skilled crew works tackles home improvement projects large and small, from landscaping to slipping lackluster walls into a new coat of paint to repairing roof shingles cracked under the hooves of squatting reindeer. The Aurora Home Services Network’s commitment to the local area ensures that each team member is well versed in Aurora’s permit and roofing requirement regulations, and a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee backs each of its projects.
Located in Sears stores or at adjacent offices, Sears Optical's independent optometrists screen peepers to determine accurate prescriptions and diagnose any health problems. As doctors position a refractive device over the eyes, flipping through lenses of varying strengths, patients describe the level of clarity with which they can see the purple zebra dancing in the far corner. In addition to the prescriptive exam, doctors may use eye drops to dilate the pupil to scrutinize the retina.
Green Works Lawn and Leaf lavishes yards with natural, organic, and sustainable TLC. To conserve fuel and avoid noise pollution, owner Drew Hojnacki favors rakes over leaf blowers, shovels over snow blowers, and garden hoes over Roomba rototillers. Aeration ($35–$50, depending on lot size) loosens uptight dirt, and an application of OMRI organic fertilizer ($35–$50) feeds hungry turf and soil without environmental-indigestion-causing chemicals. Untidy terraces opt for a general cleanup ($65–$150), and shrubs seek out a pruning ($10–$30 per shrub) before an important interview or after a bad break-up.