Quick EZ Repairs’ technicians can resolve a broad spectrum of electronics emergencies, from broken iPhone screens to the mythical red ring of death—the techs’ moniker for the three red lights that signify an Xbox 360 error. Through rigorous examinations and troubleshooting, they return devices to working order and back their handiwork with a 30-day guarantee. In addition to fixing up smartphones, PCs, game consoles, and tablets, the team can recover corrupted files and transfer data from old computers directly into the brains of babies. The shop also includes an extensive stock of new phones, games, and computer accessories.
Blessed2Help offers assistance for just about all the dirty jobs homeowners often don’t have the time or energy to perform. Customers can keep their hands clean, letting technicians mop and scrub hardwood floors, lay down new sod, or organize a crowded closet. Technicians can also perform seasonal services, such as setting up holiday lights in time for Christmas and installing peepholes so you can pretend to be sick when the tax man visits in April.
It’s a good thing James Bryant’s parents didn’t pay him more allowance. At 10, he found his $10 weekly payday unacceptable, so he started knocking on neighbors’ doors to see if they’d like him to mow their lawns. The business grew as he did, and, by the time he finished high school, he felt certain that landscaping was his true passion. Since officially founding Bryant Lawn and Sprinkler in 1995, James has continued to find fulfillment in creating natural works of art out of previously lackluster yards and gardens. He and his team do this by planting flowers, mulching gardens and installing eco-conscious sprinkler systems. They also design yard lighting so that, at night, freshly pruned shrubs stand out and moths can use shadow puppets to tell their brief life stories.