Shine-Bright can make windows disappear—or so it would seem. Rather than using dingy squeegees, the company's insured technicians hand wax and polish glass with specialty cotton cloths. This ensures smudge-free views without all the messy cleanup. Homeowners may solicit a crew to remove spots from a simple sliding door or bay window, or they may commission them for more precarious glass surfaces such as a skylight or a sleeping giant's monocle.
The handymen at Brothers Home Maintenance resurrect homes from the depth of grime on both the inside and out. The fearless professionals brave tall ladders to pluck leaves, twigs, and giants’ toenail clippings from clogged gutters and to scrub windows bird-confusingly clean. They can also power wash exteriors, stain decks, and apply fresh paint to walls and trim. All this craftsmanship would be wasted if they focused solely on the outside of the house, so with equal aplomb, the team works to rekindle frayed electrical systems just in time for the lights to shower attention onto rebuilt carpentry projects, which they tackle with steady workmanship and experience.
Kentuckiana Carpet Upholstery Cleaning's owner Jason Rigdon knows every one of his employees like the back of his perfectly clean hand. Each person on the crew is one of Mr. Rigdon's friends or relatives, though that's not the only reason they were hired. Each tech also has more than 15 years of experience cleaning carpets and battling stains. The team travels to homes and commercial spaces to spruce up carpets and upholstery using a truck-mounted hot-water-extraction system.
Stoess Manor fills hearts and hearths with a substantial selection of furniture, flooring, fabrics, and homey accessories. Cushion domestic treading with Shaw carpet (from $0.69 per sq. ft.), opt for sleeker footing with Mohawk Scotchguard hardwood flooring ($3.99 per sq. ft.), or replicate history's decisive checkers matches with tiles from Shaw and Mohawk (from $0.99 per sq. ft.). Customers can also use this Groupon towards an ever-expanding array of furniture from brands such as Hickory White, Taylor King, Artistica, and Emerson. Ditch a deadbeat dining room set for a Standard solid-wood table with four chairs and a steady job ($399), or count fashionable sheep from the chic comfort of a Standard queen leather bed ($399).
With a level of care and precision that recalls bakers mixing ingredients for a cake, the Color Surface team applies a concrete coating specially designed to beautify and protect the surfaces of patios, garages, and basement dungeons. The team’s premium coating systems—many of which closely mimic the appearance of polished granite or terrazzo—protect surfaces from staining with advanced construction materials. Epoxy coatings help keep garages clean and dry, and acid-stain systems enhance basements without the risk of mold presented by carpeting or the risk of attack presented by live bear rugs. When they aren’t laying new flooring, the team also builds custom concrete countertops and statues of Teddy Roosevelt to further enhance each home’s look.
Since his boyhood days in the darkroom, Video Kitchen's president, Carlile Crutcher, has had a passion for photography. This passion evolved into home movies during his tenure in high school, college, and the United States Navy, and eventually culminated in the creation of Video Kitchen in 1992. In two locations, including the brand new store in East Louisville, an artistically and technically skilled staff oversees the preservation of memories with data transfers for all sorts of media and formats. The staff specializes in tape-to-DVD transfers, including familiar formats such as VHS tapes, Hi8 and Digital8 8mm tapes, and MiniDV, as well as specialty formats such as 8mm and 16mm movie film.
Imbued with the gift of cinematic artistry, Video Kitchen's staff also produces video for occasions such as business meetings, recitals, and sporting events. Skillful sound engineers capture all the audio, and editors can splice different scenes together or superimpose a slam-dunking dog into every frame.