The custom craftspeople at Advanced Custom Cabinets and Closets have spent the past 15 years helping homeowners organize their living spaces. Free in-home consultations enable friendly designers to assess each home's specific storage problems, listening carefully to the customer's particular needs and habits. Cluttered areas such as closets, laundry rooms, and garages are then fitted with fully customized storage and organization systems made from ultradurable materials and hardware.
The Advanced team always makes sure installation is included in their quoted price, and all systems can be disassembled and relocated as needs evolve. The company manufactures its materials at its Philadelphia plant and promises to replace any part that cracks or peels due to normal closet storage or mothball mosh pits.
Hop to the deli counter at De Nofa's Homemade Sausage — visitors will be hard-pressed to find a sandwich they don't love. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet.
Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead. Call De Nofa's Homemade Sausage for catering if you have a big event coming up.
The menu at De Nofa's Homemade Sausage is reasonably priced, with most items costing less than $30. De Nofa's Homemade Sausage serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
The Gutter Brothers’ expertise runs the gamut of roof irrigation services, from professional cleaning to installation and replacement. The full-service gutter cleaning clears debris from up to 100 linear feet of guttering, purging homes of accumulated leaves and recovering long-lost frisbees fashioned out of leaves. In addition to the cleaning, abodes will also undergo a gutter inspection and alignment. The overhang experts will grill gutters for any signs of crooked behavior, then set them straight where necessary to ensure they hang properly and can adequately support holiday decorations well into March.
To say that Renewal by Andersen has high standards for its window installers might be an understatement. For the chance to even apply for the position, an installer must have replaced at least 5,000 windows. And when this prospective technician is considered for employment, there's still only a one in three chance he or she will even be hired. Once they finally make the cut, that lucky third of installers are EPA certified in lead safety, and they refresh their skills with another 40 training hours each year.
When homeowners put out their broken-or-ugly-window distress signal, the technicians respond with a varied selection of window and door options. They do so swiftly—each Andersen crew averages 1,000 replacements per year. And the installers' meticulous nature and attention to detail don't end when they pop in that final pane. After they've replaced the window, they clean up with an industrial vacuum estimated to be 47% more efficient than a typical home vac. Only when a homeowner goes through a 10-point inspection checklist with the team leader, and signs off on the cleanup, does Andersen consider its job done.
Fix It All, LLC's team of carpenters and craftsmen revitalizes homes and commercial buildings with prompt, professional, and upfront improvement solutions. Contractors tackle home services large and small, from general handyman tasks to custom trim work, renovations, and full-scale remodeling. Before beginning, they furnish 3-D renderings of projects to let clients evaluate their vision, make changes before fixtures are set into place, and pretend their Barbies live in the future. The team can also revitalize exteriors with painting, fencing, or placement of cultured-stone and brick fa?ades. Fix It All's locally owned experts combat signs of seasonal change, such as dry rot, water damage, and bites taken out of siding by the Easter bunny.