The technicians at Sparks Monroe Heating & Chimney, some boasting EPA certification, attune indoor climates to individual comfort levels with heating, air-conditioning, and chimney services. They keep all brands of furnaces, boilers, heat pumps, and air conditioners healthy and energy efficient with thorough inspections and tune-ups, and eradicate the risk of chimney fires and carbon-monoxide invasion by flushing debris from smokestacks. The staff also manages irritants already in the atmosphere, such as thought bubbles, with air purifiers and humidifiers, which can reduce gusts of mold, dust, and pollen. A team of electricians speeds to abodes 24 hours a day and plumbers supervise in-home waterways with care.
It should come as no surprise that pizza is a specialty at JUST PIZZA & Wing Co. The restaurant's cooks infuse specialty crusts with sesame seeds, lemon pepper, and other seasonings, pile on fresh cheese and toppings such as sirloin steak and tiger shrimp, and even bake whole-wheat and gluten-free pies. But contrary to its name, JUST PIZZA & Wing Co.'s menu doesn't end there—non-doughy options include chicken wings in a variety of sauces. Patrons can even explore possible wine pairings on JUST PIZZA & Wing Co.'s website.
Starting with the purchase of its first rental property in the heart of the Hertel Avenue district, Buffalo City Living has grown to manage dwellings spread throughout the city. The company’s property-management division oversees dwellings of 1–100 units and dispenses technicians daily to handle lawn maintenance, snow removal, or carpet cleaning. For property owners living out of town or inside a complex network of underground tunnels, Buffalo City Living can tackle all the tasks related to your investment, so you can concentrate on big-picture items such as future profit forecasts and appreciating property values.
Heating and air-conditioner installation has traditionally been a male-dominated field—that is, until Suzanne Kondra-DeFuria busted onto the scene. As one of only two women in New York to earn her heating license, Suzanne proved she could tune-up gas furnaces and improve a home’s air quality with the best of them. Getting the respect she deserved didn’t come easy, though. When she took the reins from Homer Potter, who started Potter Heating and Air Conditioning in 1944, she found that many of the company’s longtime customers and employees were unaccustomed to dealing with a powerful female executive. By putting her extensive education, experience, and Golden Rule leadership style to use, however, she eventually earned respect from her colleagues and clients, and she even became the first woman to serve as president of the Syracuse Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors Association. In fact she’s so tough that even while battling cancer she continued to grow the business and sit on the board of directors for multiple charitable institutions, including St. Joseph’s Hospital and AIDS Community Resource.
Today, she continues to channel her passion and impossibly strong work ethic into helming Potter Heating and Air Conditioning. Her team of seasoned experts travel to homes and commercial businesses with one goal in mind: to maximize comfort. To achieve this, they do everything from installing new furnaces and state-of-the-art Bryant air conditioners to fabricating their own ductwork to improve a home’s energy efficiency. And they even maintain a 24-hour emergency service, meaning they’re always available to handle any issues that arise or to remove any half-man, half-dust creatures found lurking in the ducts.
It's a concern all too familiar to homeowners: something's gone wrong, and you don't know enough about home repair to be sure that you're not being cheated by contractors who inflate their prices while cutting corners. It was to combat those worries that Harry Felton founded the Homeservice Club above a Toronto grocery store in 1961.
The Homeservice Club offers a unique double guarantee: each of their more than 300 bonded, licensed, and insured contractors will stand behind their work, and if they just can't come through, the Club will. That's why, fifty years out from their founding, the club is a trusted name in home repair of all kinds, from roofing to window repair to chasing bats out bathrooms.
Combining for more than 30 years of experience between them, the technicians of Home Pro Exterior Services gird houses against the occasional harshness of Canadian weather and wildlife. They scale ladders to repair roofs and sweep eavestroughs and downspouts clear of debris, which helps prevent rooftop flooding. While they're up there, they typically also examine the roof for 15 points of common stress and indicators that animals may have found entrance into the house. Should critters be cohabitating with owners, technicians can humanely remove them and release them back into the wild before repairing the entry point or hanging a "no vacancy" sign.