After spending 12 years working in big-box retail stores, RC Auto Detail and Carpet Cleaning founder Romia Pritchett decided to give back to the environment and local community by building a business model based on eco-friendly products and charitable acts. With her philosophies in mind, Romia’s skilled technicians sanitize carpets, upholstery, and tile through a litany of domestic cleansing services, including upholstery cleaning, carpet grooming, and floodwater removal. Her auto polishers keep vehicles of all sizes fresh inside and out with washing, waxing, vacuuming, and odor-repellent treatments during extensive detail sessions, or remove mud stains and passive-aggressive Wash Me smudges from exteriors during quick washes.
In addition to promoting unsullied domestic and mobile ecosystems with thorough cleanings, Romia and her crew maintain a strong connection to the community with memberships in Rotary International, the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, and large donations in support of local charities.
A Touch of Glass, LLC guts gutters and de-gunks windows with eco-friendly products and quality tools from brands such as Unger and Ettore. By removing leaves and debris from gutters, skilled staffers help prevent leaks and allow roof canals to channel streams of rain or hummingbird tears away from houses. Inside homes, nontoxic cleansers strip smudges from windowpanes without harming children, pets, or furniture.
Though their brand reaches throughout the United States, each MaidPro office is helmed by owners and operators who live in the areas they service. Being a part of their communities drives MaidPro employees to treat their customers' houses as if they were their neighbors, beginning with a pre-session meeting with homeowners to draft a cleaning plan that addresses every area in need of a good scrubbing. Each house is examined based on a comprehensive 49-point checklist that ensures a quality job each time. Additionally, MaidPro only uses cleaning products that customers know and trust to free surfaces from dirt, bacteria, and stains from family food-fight night.
FastFrame's framers see near limitless possibilities when they look at a blank wall, and they share as many of their ideas as they can with their customers. They might recommend framing a family photo or a young child's artwork. Or they can design shadow boxes to preserve memorabilia such as a famous athlete's jersey or the diamond necklace he always wore over his jersey.
When Nicole Joelle's parents placed a slim, pink 110 camera into her 6-year-old hands, it was love at first sight. As she watched her first photos materialize underneath the chemicals of her 7th-grade darkroom, she knew her life would revolve around her passion. And it has. Since graduating from the Art Institute of Colorado, Nicole (or Nikki to her friends) has captured intimate images of families and young couples at Contemporary Photography while striking a subtle balance between her subjects and their environment. Family portraits pop out against a simple black background or studio setting, while engagement photos travel to sentimental locales to pick up the textured exterior of a red-brick wall or the peeling paint on an old storefront. At Contemporary Photography, Nicole presents a distinctly modern and mature take on boudoir sessions, framing skin and lace in soft folds of studio lighting. Her photo studio also hosts workshops with trained instructors, helping gets students past questions like "When should I use flash?" and "How do I Photoshop the lens cap out of my self-portrait?"