At Freeze Master, father-son team Juan Flores and Juan Flores, Jr. keep the interior airspace of homes and businesses clean and comfortable, providing HVAC repair and installation services from a team of certified professionals. Technicians engage in regular factory training to hone their skills and gain insight on new technologies, helping them refill freon reserves, repair electrical connections, inspect for leaks, and ensure the safety and quality of compressors and condensers.
The licensed electricians at Kinslow Smith keep homes running efficiently and safely at all hours—many services are available 24 hours a day, including circuit-breaker-panel replacements and light rewiring so you can finally blink your address in Morse code. Staffers also provide time-saving services such as ceiling-fan and light-fixture installations.
The experienced staff at Freedom Heating & Cooling work efficiently as they perform an exhaustive series of tests and checks on furnaces, water heaters, and various HVAC systems. They supply a variety of Carrier products, including ventilators, thermostats, boilers, AC units, and many other devices.
During an annual tune-up and cleaning, Comfort Heating & Cooling's technicians chase away dust and gunk, unclogging AC airways so systems can breathe freely again. Cleared-out lungs will cool air more efficiently, which can lower energy bills and slow the melting process for Popsicles eaten indoors. Regular AC-unit maintenance also improves indoor air quality, helping to prevent flare-ups of allergies, asthma, and nightmares about weaponized dust particles.
Best Cabinets fashions custom furnishings, built-ins, and more using handpicked lumber from the company's 100 acres of Wisconsin woodlands. Each log is cut at Best Cabinets' in-house sawmill, where wood is air-dried, then placed in a dehumidifier kiln to reduce it to 6%–8% humidity—the optimum moisture content for cabinet making. From these carefully prepared raw materials, Best Cabinets' well-trained plank whisperers build custom furniture ($200+) and kitchen cabinets ($200+) using decorative hardware ($5+) to create handsome hiding places for stashes of collectible Funyuns.