For 22 years, Airstar, Inc. technicians have helped customers keep cool heads. Now while they can't eliminate telemarketer calls, junk mail, or other sources of domestic frustration, they can help keep AC and heating units in good working order, which can help extend a unit's life expectancy and increase energy efficiency. Technicians provide free estimates to determine what sort of repairs are needed, these services range from changing a furnace filter to making sure the giant Antarctic snowflake powering your AC doesn't melt.
Magic Bubbles' technicians arrive at locations equipped with cleaning supplies that transform dusty cars into sparkling rides and smudged windows into streak-free panes of glass. During auto-detailing services, adroit hands clear away surface dirt, clarify grimy windshields, and treat tires, erasing all evidence of late nights spent doing donuts through the governor's rose bushes. Technicians lavish exotic and luxury cars with specially formulated waxes, and can spruce up pavement with nonabrasive cleaners and sealant. Magic Bubbles' techs can even wash home windows and pressure-clean siding, roofs, and patios to remove mildew, rust, and mold.
The Apple-certified technicians at iFixYouri bring broken smart phones and tablets back to life with swift turnaround. Techs can piece together shattered screens on devices including the iPhone 3G ($49), and rescue waterlogged phone books from smart phones by HTC, Droid, and Nexus ($29.99–$39.99). An iPod classic repair ($49.99–$59.99) fixes fledgling batteries, dimming LED screens, and broken click-wheel axels. In addition, the staff aids in the restoration of computers, videogame consoles, and tablets, though prices vary depending on the severity of digital diagnosis.
The professional grime-fighters of Meier's Pressure Washing scrub away dirt and discoloration with a bevy of power washing and pool-cleaning services. Rather than blast haphazardly, Meier's crews use the least amount of pressure possible to do a thorough job, thereby preserving the integrity of the surfaces they clean. Wielding a high-power pressure-washing unit, Meier's team will de-gunk small patios and driveways ($79 for fewer than 360 sq. ft.), removing surface contamination such as oil stains and tragic games of hopscotch. The cleaning captains remove dirt from weathered exteriors with a home-pressure wash ($99 for single story, up to 1800 sq. ft.), as well as apply an exclusive detergent before brightening up average-sized pool patios ($99).
The licensed and insured technicians at Paradise Contracting Investments wield two generations' worth of experience when visiting residential and commercial spaces. In addition to remodels and making homes more accessible for clients with disabilities, the team can deftly address operational problems with all makes and models of central heaters and air conditioners–including Ruud, Rheem, and Goodman–to keep inhabitants comfortable. Furthermore, the team can improve a home's air quality by eliminating the mold, bacteria, and chemicals that might sneak in through the ventilation system without an invitation or valid passport.
Bruce Broderick began his career in the cleaning industry 37 years ago before funneling his expertise into establishing Sun Coast Cleaning & Restoration in 1988. The bonded, licensed, and locally trusted company has since grown to encompass many areas of housecleaning, including tile, grout, and air-duct work. After teams of carpet whisperers enter homes, they scrub soiled fibers free of stains, pet odors, and pulverized remote controls. They perform area rug cleanings either in the home with deep steam or at the company’s central plant with complimentary rug pick-up and delivery. Grayed grout gives up its stains under the hands of trained technicians, who wield high-pressure and chemical-free vacuum systems to restore the materials, or move their focus to upholstery, which they custom-treat based on the fabric. Sun Coast can also spiff homes on request with biodegradable cleaning products that are kind to the earth, allergy sufferers, and overworked landfills.