Throughout its more than 25 years in business, Pipeline Plumbing Heating and Air has stayed abreast of the latest developments in heating systems, cooling systems, and plumbing, enabling its technicians to handle the latest models and makes with up-to-date, green technology. The business dispatches crews of licensed technicians who can handle problems both large and small, from plumbing issues with leaky pipes to clogged toilets. The experts keep perspiration at bay on muggy days by inspecting and fixing air-conditioning units, and they ensure that homes stay cozy when summer gives way to winter by repairing and installing gas furnaces, thermostats, and floor heaters.
For over 25 years, Branover Contractors Inc Electrical Service, family owned and operated, has been dedicated in providing quality electrical service to the greater Greater Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, Orange County, Ventura County, CA and surrounding areas.
For more than two decades, the staff at American Air Conditioning & Heating has sheltered residents from the elements with a slew of installation and repair services. After completing training and an apprenticeship, the shop's uniformed technicians travel to homes and mend all types of HVAC systems, including solar heating systems powered by running an extension cord to the sun. Installers haul Energy Star products to abodes and back their installation of complete heating, cooling, or ventilation systems with a two-year guarantee.
A Southwest-based company for more than a century, Frazee Paint and its team of manufacturers are well acquainted with the unique climactic conditions of the region. Always pulling from the latest technology, their technicians design each of their paint and coating products to withstand dry heat, sparse rainfall, and showers of chewing tobacco from passing cowboys. Their quality paints, wall-coverings, wood-care products, and painter's tools stock the shelves of more than 125 retail locations throughout California, Arizona, and Nevada, as well as international dealers in Mexico, China, and Guam.
"Shake it!" your headset blares as you push on the jet's throttle. Your nose tips, the ground becomes a wall, and you're diving in a last-ditch effort to lose the fighter behind you. Its shots go wide and it swoops overhead, leaving you to level out just as the radio tower ends the dogfight: "Knock it off, knock it off." With your wheels back on the ground, you step out of the simulator's cockpit and catch your friend’s eye: Missed me.
At Flightdeck Air Combat Center, aerial battles between friends take place on the ground. The screens of nine authentic military fighter-jet simulators broadcast the same views a pilot might see while soaring at 600 knots. Though the simulators remain on the ground, all the controls, radio orders, and UFO weigh stations mirror those encountered on an actual flight. People may come in with a friend or with a party, where guests and friends target one another during virtual missions, from the introductory Fox-1 experience to the three-hour Viper-1 course, which covers advanced topics such as missile avoidance. After team-building events, participants can even receive personalized dog tags as souvenirs.
Flightdeck Air Combat Center also has an exact replica of a Boeing 737-700 cockpit. Inside, a 180-degree wraparound screen transports pilots to airport runways from around the world. Commercial-flight drills present common challenges such as piloting through turbulence and wiping spilled coffee off the controls, testing visitors between their takeoff and landing.