For 12 years, Ryan Ringe battled wildfires in Idaho, Washington, and Alaska, learning about forestry while preventing the destruction of natural areas. Now an ISA-certified arborist and tree-risk assessor, Ringe owns Arbor Barber Tree Service, where he trims, removes, and maintains trees alongside a crew of trained and certified professionals. Free consultations are included to assess trees, shrubs, and hedges for health problems, potential hazards, and hidden Swiss Family Robinson residences. The technicians perform all work according to ISA and ANSI standards to maintain the safety of both humans and plants.
Clambering up a ladder to hang holiday lights can be hazardous and time-consuming. But with the help of Eastside Holiday Lights, the task can be avoided altogether. The company's technicians install incandescent bulbs, strands of icicle lights, or even LED lights, framing homes with a festive glow.
We are a residential general contracting company that holds 10 + years experience in the industry. We are licensed, insured, and bonded! We also offer home watch services that provides our clients peace of mind while they are away from their home; whether that is on vacation, business or any other time!
At Beauty and Body Lounge, a team of nurse practitioner, physician's assistant, and registered nurse work under the direction of Dr. Dean Cromwell, MD. They utilize a wide range of equipment including IPL devices, lasers for hair removal, and injectables to smooth out wrinkles and rejuvenate skin. They also put to use extensive training to carefully remove hair with wax, perform peels, or gently strip away dead skin with microdermabrasion.
Working across 16 locations around Puget Sound, the friendly folks at Savvy Mattress Outlet showcase popular, name-brand mattresses from Simmons, Serta, and Sealy, aiming to help sleepers of all stripes find their ideal match. They also offer next- and same-day delivery service, during which hired staffers will remove your old mattress, take it for one last spin down the stairs, and break the hard news to the kids—who were originally told that it was going to a country farm filled with other mattresses.