Technicians from First Coast Home Pros value customers' time. That's why they keep arrival windows small, offer evening and weekend appointments, and back all their services with a 100% guarantee. With this focus on customer satisfaction, highly trained teams cleanse homes from the inside out with a slew of services. They wield pressure washers to remove debris from driveways, decks, and pool areas, and gently clean chandeliers by hand until they are free of dust and stranded party guests.
Although Sue Towler developed a steadfast work ethic during 24 years of service in the United States Air Force, it's her love of dogs that continues to bring out the best of her nature. Before opening The Barking Lot, where she and her staff of canine devotees lovingly provide dog boarding and daycare services, Sue started a home pet-sitting service and a no-kill animal shelter, both of which she still runs. At The Barking Lot, pooches frolic together on a grassy playground during playtime, monitored by the staff in case a debate about the president's dog's foreign-policy experience gets out of hand. At night, boarding pups settle into tiled suites and air-conditioned kennels.
Morning Glory's ceramics-to-go kits give you the opportunity to paint ceramics at the home of your choice without having to buy a bulky kiln that will offset your living room's qi. Customers pick out pottery pieces to take home at the Morning Glory studio and the staff assembles the supplies into a take-home kit. After the pieces have been painted, drop them off at the studio for a brisk dip in clear glaze and a warm bake in the kiln, and pick them up when they're ready to go. All paints and glazes are lead free, nontoxic, and water soluble, and the finished pieces are safe for consuming lead-free, nontoxic, and delicious foods.
Apologize for the lack of weekly phone calls home that life on the run from Bill Cosby has caused or show the special mother in your life how much you care with a blooming basket. The specially created bouquet features an abundant bloom of assorted hydrangeas blossoming out among their lush, green leaves. The plant comes neatly potted in a white wicker basket and pre-wrapped with a pink bow, so the great gravy spill of 2010 that wasted your household ribbons won’t leave your gift bereft of packaging.
A two-year subscription to Woodcraft Magazine arms lathe laureates and router rookies alike with 12 issues of tips, tool reviews, and step-by-step instructions for a range of projects. With articles contributed by seasoned level-five woodworking gurus, recent issues have dispensed sage advice on such topics as glue management, staying safe at the table saw, and breaking boards with the power of suggestion. Step-by-step photography accompanies each set of design instructions, clearly detailing the progress of projects such as a fully finished set of stackable wine racks or a modular home office with a red-oak-and-plywood design. Tool experts introduce readers to the latest in woodworking technology with product reviews, and shop-design specialists keep timber tinkerers efficient with articles on specialized storage, shop setup, and making a robot assistant out of a mini fridge.
"Making your life and workplace cleaner one job at a time.” This simple slogan captures the spirit of Kleenworks, whose management team brings nearly a decade of experience to each job. The team's management technique has birthed a straightforward but detailed 50-point checklist that governs each household-cleaning session. By using this checklist, the staff gives homeowners a clear picture of how long they can expect the cleaning to take. Kleenworks’ comprehensive commercial services, including construction cleanup and day-porter services, make it possible for Jacksonville businesses to get things done without missing a beat, which, after a bee you’re swatting with a copy of Bee Movie, is the worst thing to miss.