WeMow's landscape experts maintain yards and properties with specialized services such as weed removal, seeding treatments, and mowing. During other services, lawn-care specialists can dig their green thumbs into mulch to nourish the yard's soil and to clean up yards when trees sacrifice their leaves as a protest against the bloated contracts given to palm trees. With an eye for shape, color, and placement, landscapers can design gardens and flowerbeds, and create custom-designed organic vegetable gardens of any size. They also plant trees and maintain water features.
A member of USA Fencing, Royal Fencing International stands as one of just seven clubs representing the sport throughout the state of Kentucky and has been featured on WHAS11. Coach Shen brings over 18 years of experience to the sport of Fencing, having been a member of the Chinese national team, and winning two gold medals in the national championships. Coach Shen helms a comprehensive program that introduces students from ages 5 to 85 to the fundamentals of competitive fencing, from displaying the proper footwork to choosing an appropriately intimidating French nickname. Along with group and private classes, the club offers membership perks such as unlimited open fencing, discounts on classes, and coaching at local and regional competitions.
The crews at Perfect Cut Lawn & Landscape dote on their yards like loving parents: with patience, passion, and tons of fertilizer. Their lawn and landscaping services leave no blade of grass unturned, ranging from simple mowing to artistic landscape design and installation of patios or pathways. To keep yards lush and healthy, they also aerate, sod, and seed the soil or oust weeds with powerful chemicals and weed eaters.
W.J. Andriot’s modernization masters stock shelves with everything needed to turn retro homes into cutting-edge castles and the helpful information to fill heads with the how-to. Enliven rooms with Benjamin Moore Ben Eggshell ($35.99/gal.) in current colors. Do-it-yourselfers can refresh decks with a coat of Duckback Superdeck ($38.99/gal.), or resuscitate wood siding with Sikkens SRD ($39.99/gal.). Meanwhile, circus families can practice tap routines on eye-pleasing hardwood (starting at $2.99/ft.), or catch baby’s first backflip on soft carpets (starting at $1.22/ft). W.J. Andriot’s also offers reprieve from the sun’s cloying advances with 2-inch faux-wood mini blinds ($65 for 36”x72”) or a set of plantation shutters ($24/sq. ft.).