As garage door specialists, the crew at Beverly Garage Doors leverages more than 25 years of carpentry experience. They got their start as a garage door repair-and-installation enterprise in 1991, extending their expertise from the hardware of the door itself to the garage door opener. They handle just about any job related to most makes and models of garage doors and opener systems, from repairing wiring on old entry systems to removing pots of boiling oil from atop medieval gates.
Century Tile helps dress naked or aging floorboards with a sweeping selection of more than 10,000 carpet, tile, hardwood, and laminate options. Disguise trapdoor entrances to vampire sleeping spaces with 3/4-inch solid-oak planks ($3.59/sq. ft.) to prevent nosy houseguests from disturbing an undead roommate’s daytime nap. Or opt to cover kitchen floors with durable, low-maintenance Terra Stone vinyl tile ($2.99/sq. ft.) or Allure Foundation laminate flooring ($1.59/sq. ft.), which provide a sturdy stage for impromptu break-dance competitions. Appalachian Trail broadloom carpeting ($2.49/sq. ft.) adds cushion to rough foot highways, and random-length linear glass-mosaic tiles ($11.98/sq. ft.) add a pop of color to barren backsplashes and bathrooms. Oasis ceramic wall and floor tiles ($1.99/sq. ft.) or Raja porcelain tiles ($1.99/sq. ft.) can add accents to homes.
Under the guidance of founders Juan Hernandez and Anay Garcia, the professional landscapers at Sunnyview Landscaping keep home exteriors looking their best. In 2001, the company owned only a single truck and lawn mower. Today, it handles a wide range of services, including full-landscape construction, maintenance, and tree care. Landscapers leave lawns dappled in pleasant shade by healthy trees for summertime parties. In the winter months, homeowners can call upon the team to remove snow from driveways and sidewalks, which can be slippery or attract large groups of landscape painters.
While other kids played with Fisher-Price toolkits, brothers Martin and Samuel Arteaga learned the construction trade firsthand from their dad, joining him on remodeling and property-maintenance jobs. From there, Samuel continued in multi-unit property management and construction, and Martin studied construction management, eventually working on jobs that ranged from expanding the CTA Brown Line to developing Roosevelt Square.
Today, the siblings continue their more than 30 years of construction work through Chicagoland Construction and Property Services. Joined together by a single tool belt, the duo dispatches on jobs to perform construction services ranging from laying tile to installing siding. They also have a special interest in green building, evidenced by their expertise in leading energy audits, designing rooftop gardens, and installing solar panels.