Authentic Pine Floors offers a host of unique and eye-teasing heartwood flooring options. Valued for its strength and not its operatic singing voice, heartwood is fashioned from the dead or dormant center of a tree, giving it a higher density and durability. Authentic Pine Floors also operates their own manufacturing facility, where they recycle beams from old distilleries and warehouses into antique heart-pine flooring. Remodel kitchens with 5 1/8-inch or 7-inch-wide slats of reclaimed heart pine ($8.33/sq. ft.), or 6-inch clear-yellow pine ($2.05+/sq. ft.), or beautify foot highways with wide-plank oak. Homeowners can also bedeck dining rooms with a sampling of finished flooring, or opt for Authentic Pine's hand-distressed prefinished woods, which are enriched with a rubdown of oil that gives floors an aged look usually reserved for sepia-toned home movies.
The handy staff members of the family-run American Outdoor Specialists seek to provide affordable options for Henry County’s lawn-care needs, including everything from trimming to weeding. In addition to tending to greenery, they repair and install fences and vinyl siding, pressure wash homes and driveways, and clean out gutters.
Provillian’s indoor weather-tamers keep HVAC systems confidently billowing hot and cold air throughout the seasons with maintenance and repair services. Through regular preventative care, they ensure systems run efficiently, which in turn extends the equipment’s lifespan and makes it more likely to be nominated for house president. The company boasts a lineup of new furnaces, heat pumps, and air conditioners, which they can use to replace obsolete units with energy-efficient models.
What started as a small operation out of the trunk of a car has blossomed into a full-service property maintenance company. Square One dispatches its hardworking team members to job sites around the community, where they provide a wide range of services, from trash removal and interior painting to drywall repair and mailbox installation. The Square One team also utilizes a four-step process to spruce up lawns, which includes edging, mowing, trimming, and blowing away of any grass clippings or white flags from anthills.