Cool Tech Mechanical's licensed and insured technicians keep homes properly warm or cool with HVAC, insulation, and window services. BPI certifications speak to their expertise as they fire up advanced tools, such as thermal imaging devices, when conducting energy audits. Using products from American Standard, Goodman, Lennox, and Tappan, they equip abodes with energy-efficient air conditioners, install heat pumps, and fill electric furnaces with Zeus's lightning bolts.
Hiltons Home Center helps customers visualize their new floor by allowing them to tiptoe through a show room adorned with multiple sample swatches of carpet, tile, or hardwood. Design consultants aim to pair patrons with their desired material from a catalogue that contains luxury Karndean and patterned Southwind carpeting, as well as rugged Mohawk flooring. Rich coppers and flecks of slate swirl across Karndean Knight tile ($3.02/sq. ft.) forged from stone versatile enough to withstand the dropping of dishes in a highly trafficked kitchen or the dropping of paratroopers from a highly misguided mission. Toes trace the authenticating grains squiggling through slabs of 5-inch Maple Ridge hardwoods, available in shades of natural, dark brown, or red ($5.57/sq. ft.). Clients can also opt for plush carpeting to outfit a room ($0.82+/sq. ft.), treating feet to a surface cushier than a pillow stuffed with gummi worms.
James McGuffey, owner of Alamo Door & Awning, built his business on a simple guarantee: he promises customer satisfaction with his newly installed or repaired garage doors, garage-door openers, and extendable awnings, or he doesn't charge for the service. To deliver on such a pledge, he maintains a team of top-notch technicians and a stock of most of the hardware needed for any job. He even sells the hardware piecemeal to those who want to attempt repairs on their own, providing helpful advice and tips for such do-it-yourself projects on his website.
When Hurricane Katrina decimated the Gulf Coast in 2005, Maverick Roofing DFW's owner was there to pick up the pieces. Rick Lawson had been fixing up homes for seven years at that point, all while moonlighting as a superhero disguised as an Allstate Insurance representative. To lend a hand, he cataloged the extent of the damage and helped residents navigate the intricacies of their disaster claims—skills that form the foundation of his business.
Maverick installs and mends standing seam steel roofing, and replaces saran wrap stretched over residential and commercial buildings with watertight lids manufactured by GAF, Decra, and MetalWorks. During each job, managers evaluate craftsmanship on leak repairs and progress on shingle replacement, enabling the team to build a strong roof in a single day.