Houses lack the hands to take care of themselves. That's why EEC picks up the slack with expert refurbishment services. Fully insured technicians are deployed to clients' homes and can pressure-wash grime from porches, or perform more complicated tasks such as concrete sealing, gutter cleaning, or fence restoration. Clients may also request a full home inspection to seek out issues such as roof leaks, faulty electrical systems, or Pillsbury Doughboys living in the pantry.
The licensed and insured techs at AAA Precision Air Conditioning & Heating have spent the past two decades servicing and installing HVAC systems of all makes and models?including Maytag, American Standard, and Lennox. They provide free estimates and an hourly rate, with most tune-ups and repairs performed in just an hour.
Family owned, Started in 1977. Dedicated to quality and service. We will design and build additions, interior and exterior renovations , kitchens and bathrooms. We also construct and remodel commercial projects such as medical offices, storefronts and church projects.
For more than 60 years, Maas Nursery’s green-thumbed staff has been tending to the blooming foliage, gardening supplies, and décor at the 8-acre facility. The 4-inch vegetable plants ($1.50 each) and 4-inch herbs ($2.49 each) garnish entrees, season sauces, and spice up expired milk with garden-fresh zest, and colorful 4-inch perennial bedding plants ($1.99 each to $35 for a 20 flat) and bonanza camellia shrubs ($62.99/5-gallon size) add zing to monochromatic lawns.
Brandon Ward, the owner of Ward Mowing Service, handles each job personally. He and his crew—which sometimes includes his 7- and 4-year-old sons Tanner and Cole—arrive to maintain lawns with ease, whether performing services such as mowing, pet-waste removal, or pool maintenance. He also specializes in landscaping and miscellaneous services, which range from veggie-garden installation and hedge trimming to fence repair, leaf cleanup, and flower-bed service.
Tom Bray noticed a pattern when he looked at the history of pest control. Many popular products, such as DDT and radioactive fly swatters, were ultimately deemed unsafe and banned. So, when he went into business as The Bug Man, Mr. Bray decided to avoid toxins all together.
The Bug Man's technicians use EcoSmart pesticides for the majority of their services. These toxin-free products block the neurotransmitter receptors in invertebrates, but remain virtually harmless to mammals. This allows the techs to eliminate mosquitoes, ants, and termites without harm to family members or pets—except for that giant grasshopper that works as the butler.