A clean-cut man enters your house. He's wearing a pressed red shirt, crisp khaki pants, and red shoe covers on his feet. He places a small red mat onto the ground, preventing his tool bag from crimping or scuffing your carpet, hardwood floor, or indoor boxing ring. He hails from Service Plus Heating and Air Conditioning, whose professional technicians travel throughout the greater Indianapolis area to diagnose and treat problems with plumbing, heating, and cooling systems. Since starting the company in 2002 with just one service vehicle, Chris and Emily Cunningham have expanded their fleet to 14 trucks fully equipped to replace or repair virtually any HVAC unit, detect leaks, unclog faulty plumbing, or tune up almost any system. After scheduling an appointment online, customers receive a picture and brief bio of their assigned technician so they know exactly whom to expect.
Mister Quik’s certified, professional staff members spruce up fading furnaces and air conditioners using extensive temperature-control knowledge. Cure cooling or heating hiccups with Mister Quik's speedy tune-ups, which repair and replace faulty pieces, helping to reduce energy costs while giving free rein to gusty impulses. Mister Quik guarantees that houses, igloos, or log cabins will remain within plus or minus 3 degrees of customers’ desired temperature after the tune-up, enabling long-dreamed-of projects such as frozen kerosene lamps or liquified indoor rock gardens. Mister Quik's handypeople make house calls 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, fortifying all services with several iron-clothed guarantees.
For 40 years, the team at Comfort Master Heating & Cooling has worked hard to ensure homes in the Indianapolis area are properly heated and cooled. Trained technicians tackle everything from air conditioners and furnaces to thermostats and water heaters. They also clean indoor ducts to help improve air quality and reduce the amount of allergens in homes. And unlike carnival weight guessers, Comfort Master offers free estimates.
ChiroXchange supports a nervous system of more than 250 nationwide locations, whose varying services and technologies all converge with the end of healing bodies with holistic, drug-free techniques. The chiropractors believe that many of the body’s ailments, from sore backs and headaches to fatigue, are caused by blockages in the nervous system. To reverse these blockages, they nudge spinal discs back into place with gentle, strategic pressure, aligning nerves with the vertebra to free the flow of information and cat photos to and from the brain. The chiropractors at each location emphasize communication with their patients. They field questions, explain the purpose of every adjustment, and work with patients to design programs around their unique wellness goals.
Founded at the turn of the 20th century, Dial One has evolved with the times. No longer relying on a horse-drawn wagon to reach ailing heating and cooling systems, the locally owned company now rushes to the aid of families across central Indiana in cheery yellow vans, piloted by one of more than 60 industry-certified technicians, and prides itself on prompt arrivals and never wasting its customers' time. Late-night hiccups can be attended to via Dial One's 24-hour emergency service, and an online Ask The Expert program allows for quick and easy answers to questions about cooling systems, furnaces, or the meaning of it all.
Kolache Factory sates handheld cravings with its sweet and savory sachets stuffed with more than 25 flavorful fillings. The pastry purveyor's innovative bakers put a tasty twist on the traditional fruit-and-poppy-seed kolaches that originated in Eastern Europe, packing them with delectable stuffings, such as pepperoni and mushroom ($1.65 each, $17.82/dozen), bacon, egg, and cheese ($2.19 each, $23.65/dozen), and sausage, jalapeño, and cheese ($1.45 each, $15.66/dozen). Greet the slowly receding swirling darkness of morning with nibbles of sausage and gravy kolaches ($1.69 each, $18.25/dozen), or take a bite-size break with one of seven fruit options ($1.09 each, $11.77/dozen).