The uniformed, bonded, and insured technicians from National Air Duct Cleaning visit homes and businesses to complete such services as cleaning air ducts, dryer vents, and air exchangers. They improve the health of allergy sufferers by ridding the HVAC system of dust, contaminants, and other debris that can talk back when you least expect it. They also perform regular cleaning of the furnace or AC to help the systems run more efficiently and prevent them from breaking down due to clogging.
The licensed technicians at Meyer Heating and Cooling, LLC keep homes running at a comfortable temperature throughout the year. Available 24 hours a day, the crew is always ready to service homes in emergency situations, such as when an air conditioner breaks in the middle of summer or a furnace goes out after cooking one too many pizzas.
With federally licensed flight instructors, quality ground facilities, and well-maintained aircraft, Tri-State's flight school provides a stable base for serious students or an enabling experience for those simply following mankind's innate urge to fly. Amateur aviators spend the first half of the lesson on the ground learning the principles of flight, including basic aerodynamics and how the craft works. Before takeoff students assist in the preflight inspection, then help check the weight and balance to ensure the plane is in shape to fly and has finished its vegetables. During flight, students will be allowed to briefly take the controls and pilot the plane, and then review their voyage in a postflight debrief.
Female-owned Handylady Services can do everything a typical handyman service can do—perhaps even better. The woman behind the business got acquainted with hands-on work at a young age by helping out around the construction sites where her father worked. Later on, she developed her skills even more by earning a degree in construction management. Today, she leads a team of skilled women and men to tackle painting, mowing, electrical work, and other tasks that improve life inside homes or tree houses commandeered from neighborhood children.