Jev Jesjunins—the founder of New England Property Management & Service Company—dispatches his crew to complete virtually any residential or commercial project, large or small. When reconstructing old buildings, installing kitchen fixtures, or painting interiors, he oversees jobs with more than 30 years of experience and a degree in civil engineering. The company offers 25 years warranty on select materials and work. This experience has guided the completion of jobs for private homes as well as national chains, such as Price Chopper grocery stores.
The team behind Viking Restoration DKI pours more than 16 years of experience into their work as they collaborate with Disaster Kleenup International. This network of restoration contractors helps victims of disasters rebuild their lives with an eco-friendly approach. When floods, fire, and mold strike, Viking restoration techs respond day or night with their upkeep efforts and carefully inspect their work to ensure safety.
In addition to providing general restorative services, they offer a unique approach to fire and smoke damage in their ultrasonic cleaning and processing area. In this tidy laboratory-like setting, techs don white coats and rubber gloves before meticulously scouring soot-sullied items, such as dishes, electronics, and precious porcelain doll collections, to make them good as new. They can also deodorize furniture, clean carpets, restore antiques, and help clients store their belongings throughout the process. Once the goods are spick-and-span, techs wrap fragile items in paper and foam and store them in wooden crates until customers are ready to move back into their newly restored homes.
N-E Construction LLC operates under the supervision of owner Nathan Ellis, who graduated from the University of Maine with a master's degree in civil engineering. Specializing in contracting services for both residential and commercial spaces, Nathan and his crew deliver renovations, remodels, and start new construction projects from scratch. The crew can overhaul bathrooms, spruce up decks, and revitalize rooms with fresh layers of paint or a Tesla coil. No matter the project, Nathan remains fully immersed from beginning to end.
Since its founding in 1996, the team at Phil Smith Painting has expanded its services from paint jobs to a swathe of home-improvement projects. Each project begins with a free consultation, where the handyman determines the scope of the requested work and the number of '80s-movie montages it will take to complete. The multitalented team can tackle such projects as pressure washing, driveway sealing, deck and fence installation, and attic and basement cleanouts.
For the past 30 years, Yankee Fireplace has outfitted homes with indoor and outdoor fireplaces, stoves, and grills, overseeing the installation process from the showroom to the first sanctioned spark. What began as a small retail location now encompasses two vast showrooms that share 50 functional fireplaces and stove displays between them. Here, customers can warm their hands in front of potential fireplaces or examine stoves for flame output. Both locations are authorized dealers of major brands such as Weber, Lynx, The Big Green, Jøtul, Heat & Glo, and Regency, and the technicians at Yankee Fireplace service everything they sell. Though fireplaces and grills are the business's main focus, they also bedeck patios with handsome furniture sets, umbrellas, and hammocks capable of supporting one or two people, or up to twelve outstretched garden gnomes.
Hub Furniture has been family-owned for a century, carefully curating its selection of quality bedroom, living-room, and kitchen furniture. Today, its five-story, 50,000-square-foot warehouse abounds with home furniture from top name brands like Ashley Furniture, Best Chairs, and Pacific Coast Lighting. An experienced sales staff bustles about the store, helping shoppers pick out an ideal mattress or a leather sofa that best matches a personal design style and comes with complimentary loose change.