Budget Dry Waterproofing Inc.'s team, which boasts the only two NAWSRC-certified waterproofing specialists in Connecticut, keeps basements dry with waterproofing services to prevent flooding, mold, and mildew. Project managers evaluate each job and present homeowners with a plan that's mindful of their budget, whether mending cracks or protecting crawl spaces from dampness. While the job is in progress, a dedicated foreman keeps homeowners abreast of progress and how long it will be until basement ghouls can move back in. Each of Budget Dry's technicians trains continuously to keep abreast of new technology and evolving techniques for waterproofing and foundation repair.
The staff at Artistic Healings believe in the transformative power of art. To them, art is not about a finished product that adorns a wall or hides a secret passage: it's a process, a way to relieve stress and anxiety in order to live a more relaxed lifestyle. Their classes introduce children and adults to a variety of creative outlets, from fingerpainting to scrapbooking, as well as guided meditation and other stress-busting techniques.
Though quite experienced in the scientific field of traditional healthcare, Dr. Betty Brainerd, ND, believes the natural healing powers of the body can rival those of the lab. For more than 20 years, she has studied and practiced natural healing solutions in both hospitals and private clinics, listening to her patients' needs in order to create a personalized treatment plan that addresses them. Her treatments can reduce allergic reactions, balance bodily chemistry with nutritional supplements, ease chronic pain, or cleanse bodies of toxins and brains of all but the most useful state capitals.
Gina Ledwith, the certified holistic health coach who heads Holistically Well, has struggled with her weight and won. Her weight-loss success inspired her to earn certificates from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and The Raw Food Institute. With knowledge of over 100 dietary theories under her belt, she teaches the same strategies that helped her lose more than 80 pounds to students at her weight-loss clinic. There, she offers everything from one-on-one coaching to cooking demos and tours of health-food stores.
At Connecticut Cycle Center, indoor spinning classes or triathlon training with coach Kelli Montgomery beckon students to wheel in their own bikes and affix them to cycling apparatuses. Both classes and training sessions emulate outdoor adventures thanks to ErgVideo and CompuTrainer systems, which mimic famous routes on TV screens. Virtual Tour de France inclines or Spanish plains challenge cyclists to push their endurance to the brink as they mingle with peers. Classes, like the art of hanging out in an operating laundry machine, range from beginner base spins to high-power interval training. Feedback after each session charts your ascent to fitness. High-quality Apex bikes are available for rental and can be taken to nearby roads for an alfresco adventure.
The Metro Pooch leaves dogs smelling sweet and acting calm after a fun-filled day in their facilities. During day camp, upbeat tunes fill the air as dogs romp around in groups separated by size and temperament. Overnight guests enjoy a suite with radiant heat floors, lavender scented-linen, and soothing canine lullabies, while web-cams give out-of-town owners peace of mind. The Metro Pooch Spa also provides spa treatments that range from bright coats of nail pawlish to medicated baths that soothe itchy skin.
Experienced mason Damon Rich specializes in projects that deal with the maintenance and construction of bluestone, granite, and brick. Damon and his crew of technicians at D. Rich Stonework LLC construct custom fireplaces, patios, and walkways that enhance the style and appeal of a home's décor. Damon and his crew also care for chimneys, ensuring safe and warm homes through regular cleaning, inspections, and up keep. Technicians perform waterproofing, tuckpointing, and crown repair, and can install stainless steel chimney caps to keep animals from sneaking in as Santa imposters.