When they look at a yard, Cold As Ice's landscapers see endless possibilities. Decorative walkways, fountains, and vibrant flowers in every hue come to mind. The team consults closely with homeowners to dream up a picturesque yard design that will charm neighbors and passersby. Lawn technicians, meanwhile, mow yards and maintain lush grass. As its name suggests, Cold As Ice operates in cold months as well. Their crews can remove snow from driveways and help lost snowmen find their ways back to their igloos.
Owner Bryan Corley and his team arrive promptly at homes and don't leave until systems are churning out climate-controlled air. The technicians maintain communication with clients and never subcontract their HVAC work. Their skilled hands have tweaked and overhauled all forms of heating and air-conditioning systems, from gas furnaces and boilers to central-air units and origami fans.
The technicians at Tree Needs Tree Services care for flora throughout the Des Moines area. Staffers wield saws and clippers as they prune trees and shrubs down to size, and use hydraulic lifts to remove dead foliage or give hard-to-reach branches high-fives. Tree Needs also clears away debris and damaged branches after storms and other weather events.
Technicians from Embark Tree Service are on call seven days a week to manicure landscapes with tree trimming and removal services. Pruning branches, shaping shrubbery, and removing fallen trunks, the specialists work to keep trees and bushes looking as green and healthy as a turtle running a marathon.
Precision Window Tinting's specialists darken automobiles' windows inside a 1,500-square-foot facility equipped with specialty films manufactured by 3M and LLumar. After calling to schedule an appointment, customers swing by the shop to have technicians affix their vehicle's front or back two side windows with a UV-ray-blocking layer of film or mayonnaise. Drivers may also opt for a $100 credit useable on other auto-tinting services including complete tinting operations—except for the front windshield—for two-door ($129) or four-door ($149) rides. Precision Window Tinting also carries premium films that can be used to shade two side windows ($79), entire four-door cars ($209), or translucently pale thighs. While staffers dim vehicles' viewfinders inside the indoor tinting bays, customers can hang out in the air-conditioned waiting area or explore nearby shops and restaurants.