Daniel Goldsmith owns and operates Goldsmith Plumbing, installing fixtures and making sure water flows in and out of residences efficiently. He brings the discipline learned during his four-year Naval career, as well as the passion of being a single parent working to raise his two children. Daniel says that finding the time to be a good dad while exercising his own entrepreneurial spirit are the very reasons he started his own plumbing business in 2010, and why he continues it still.
Since 1979, Steel-T Heating & Air Conditioning's certified technicians have journeyed throughout the greater Denver metropolitan area to breathe life into warm-air-sputtering air conditioners. During the tune-up, experienced eyes and hands inspect air-conditioning units' motors, wheels, and spark plugs. While checking off items from an extensive list of routine inspections, the highly trained technicians clean cooling systems’ condensers to ensure optimum humidity control. At the end of the 90-minute endeavor, customers receive a detailed report of what was done, as well as recommended maintenance tips for keeping vents filled with cool air and free of hot-tempered squatters.
Barcelona's certified laser specialists use the LightShear laser system to permanently remove unwanted hair. To set off on a journey of stubble-free sleekness, choose between the traditional bikini area or underarm region and set up an initial consultation and treatment to blast away filaments in their follicular homes. Follow-up treatments take place a few weeks apart, permanently disabling hair follicles dormant in the initial session.
Pipeline Specialists is a family owned and operated business based out of Lakewood Co. Our owner cleans every customers sewer or drain. Customer service is our number one goal. We do everything from excavations to drain cleanings. Commercial and Residential
Bell Plumbing and Heating's highly trained technicians help customers escape Jack Frost's fury by performing comprehensive tune-ups of forced-air heating systems and boilers. Furnace authorities inspect the entire unit before cleansing the ignition system and burners and replacing filters clogged with heat-seeking Nerf missiles. Chafed motors receive a lubricating spritz of oil, and the heat exchanger undergoes a full-body exam to illuminate any heat seepage from cracks or defects. Lastly, technicians test all safety switches and test the air surrounding the system with a carbon-monoxide meter to check for traces of toxic molecules. The 45- to 90-minute service prolongs the life of heating equipment and reduces energy costs by ensuring the system heats the home efficiently instead of laboriously knitting sweaters for chilly residents.