Bug Master’s crew of bug busters keeps homes from infestation and homeowners from finding refuge atop chairs with effective pest-control treatments. Armed with products such as Termidor, they oust subterranean termites eating away at homes and can rid abodes of bedbugs, fleas, roaches, and other pests.
When pests invade homes, Bug Brigade's technicians are never far behind with the latest insect-evicting baits, sprays, and traps. The specialists perform field trial studies for DuPont, Syngenta, Bayer, and other companies, helping staffers learn the latest approaches in ousting infestation. Using these methods, the company evicts annoying critters such as roaches, termites, mice, ants, and curse-word-weaving spiders from homes through services they provide in recurring or one-time visits. As a testament to its focus on the community, the locally owned company also loans its time pro bono to the Seminole County Sheriff Department's Division of Children and Family Services to ensure pest-free environments for children in need.
The technicians at Honor Carpet Cleaning use a special chemical steam-cleaning process to oust dirt and stains from carpets. But it doesn't end there. In fact, it doesn't even start there. First, a pretreatment primes carpet to succumb to the steam cleaning. And afterward, applications of deodorizer and Scotchgard provide long-lasting protection. Clients may also solicit the company's expertise to launder other common flooring materials, such as tile, hardwood, cement, or denim.
If we're not careful, mosquitos will take over by way of infestation. That's where Neo Mosquito Control comes in. Among the array of services offered, homeowners can request a one-time barrier spray application for an upcoming party––unless it's a birthday party for your pet mosquito. Trained technicians can also expertly install MistAway nozzles, which release botanically-based, pet-and-child safe Pyrethrum, strategically around the properties, staving off pesky winged pests.
It might be hard to believe considering its vast array of products, but Sears, Roebuck and Co. began with one accessory: watches. In 1886, Richard W. Sears bought a box of unwanted watches from a jeweler, thinking he could turn a profit by selling them. He was correct and committed to the watch business by hiring Alvah C. Roebuck, an experienced watchmaker.
As time went on, though, their business expanded its umbrella far beyond what people wore on their wrists. Sears became known as the place to shop for almost any appliance, from sewing machines to those magical boxes that create water from nothing and clean your clothes.
Today, the stores stock clothing, accessories, electronics, kitchen equipment, tools for outdoor living, and home decor. This variety is sustained by Sears's proprietary brands—Kenmore, Craftsman, and DieHard, to name a few—and other national names that populate the shelves.