Since 2000, Landscape Depot has transformed the landscape of Greater Boston backyard by backyard, supplying everything from fertile mulch and soil to stone pathways and fountains. Technicians help install walls, veneers, and stairs from both natural and engineered stone, and trucks haul yards of mulch straight to homes. The staff also holds regular do-it-yourself seminars, reviewing various projects so homeowners don't have to rely on the shoddy advice of garden gnomes.
At the Window Scene, we specialize in window treatments and interior design. We offer in-home consultations as well as installation services for all our custom window treatments, blinds, shades, and shutters. Our design team can help you navigate through the decision-making process from inspiration to completion.
HVAC professional Nick Lupo founded Control Point Heating and Air Conditioning in 2007, after many years of commercial experience. His licensed and insured team’s resume is equally impressive—counting more than 60 years of combined experience at making homes and buildings run more efficiently. They design and install HVAC systems, help reduce energy costs and improve system efficiency and indoor air quality, and use professional diagnostic tools to identify and repair problems.
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.