Hawaii Air Duct's insured technicians have been cleaning homes' vital air-duct systems since 1996. Removing dust and debris from the systems that pump air into homes, they help maintain good air quality, improve the efficiency of air circulation, and evict toxins such as mold and bossy poltergeists who fancy themselves interior-design experts. Additionally, the company dispatches cleaners to see to the upkeep of area rugs, upholstery, and carpets.
Pacific Edge Magazine is a guide to the Hawaiian marketplace and business lifestyle. It captures secrets of emerging business leaders, insights on new startups, and tips for whittling palm trees into wooden nickels. In most issues, articles explore and educate readers about entrepreneurs and new or growing businesses. By maintaining this forward-looking vision, the magazine maintains perennial significance—providing a compass for the present, helping professionals to inch toward quarterly goals and complete world domination.
As the oldest magazine in the state of Hawaii, HONOLULU is like a cool uncle who enjoys gourmet cooking, but isn’t above dressing in a Tommy Lee Jones costume to accompany you to haunted houses every fall. With stunning, four-color photography spreads and incisive, well-written stories, HONOLULU delves beneath Hawaii’s natural beauty and thriving culture to find a teeming underbelly of even more natural beauty and thriving culture. Recent issues have featured a rundown of steals and deals, a peek inside Hawaii’s nascent competitive eating scene, and a profile of one of the state’s few remaining commercial egg farms. Get acquainted with the world outside your triple-reinforced steel cube with today’s Groupon for HONOLULU Magazine.
Hawaiian Island Shine stocks its shelves with car-pampering and sheen-inducing retail products. Massage carwash shampoo ($12.95) into an auto's metallic skin to keep it spotless without running the risk of stripping the paint, dissolving layers of wax, or attracting feral tin men. Paint water-spot remover($12.95) and glass water-spot remover ($18.95) assure runaway drips never leave behind a grimy residue. Made with primo polymers and high-grade resins and sealants, the cherry wet wax ($11.95) is a one-step wax treatment that suits most motor carriages and pie fillings. Keep the inside of your car free of fast-food wrappers and shoe tracks with piña-colada-scented interior dressing ($11.95), a water-based polymer solution designed to unfetter grit from interior upholstery.
Frame-Arts Hawaii's staff crafts attractive hangings that serve to protect their contents with such amenities as acid-free mat boards and nonreflective glass. Hundreds of framing choices stack up inside the shop, drawing the eye as soon as it rolls in the door. In addition to framing traditional artwork and photographs, the staff offers services for displaying sports jerseys, mirrors, and collections of autographed Social Security cards.