Trogdon Enterprises’ licensed and insured handymen travel to homes in a marked van to tackle a variety of home-improvement projects. The hammer- and drill-wielding denizens install kitchen cabinets, restore wood floors, and brighten up bathrooms with new tile. They also revamp exteriors with power washing and fresh coats of paint.
As the seasons change, Green Air, Inc.'s technicians help homes to maintain energy-efficient and environmentally friendly electricity, gas, and water systems. HVAC experts excel at finding hitches in cooling and heating systems, and the team's handy folk install solar and geothermal energy systems to raise a home's resourcefulness to new levels. To ensure that each job is truly earth-friendly, they recycle or reuse all office and job-site waste rather than just spray-painting the entire property green. Green Air, Inc.'s engineering ingenuity is available year-round, as well as through a 24-hour emergency service.
United Air Temp began servicing heating and cooling systems in 1931. Since then, the company has installed more than 55,000 systems and continues to service more than 60,000 clients. An expert staff is responsible for racking up these impressive numbers. The skilled technicians can troubleshoot problems with nearly any type of hot water boiler, gas-fired furnace, or heat pump.
Rod Heiston was already the head of one business, Heiston Kitchen and Bath, when he began a separate handyman venture. As a seasoned remodeler of kitchens and bathrooms, the tool-belt-clad entrepreneur created Top Dog Professional Handyman Services as a means of serving those customers who need a quick odd job taken care of. The fully licensed handyman company focuses on routine plumbing and electrical tasks, performing a variety of installations, repairs, and troubleshooting inspections, often in less than two hours. Heiston and his team also provide free phone estimates for fix-it jobs ranging from broken garbage disposals to new-fixture installation, and they offer a price guarantee on all estimates. If a customer is quoted a better price by another company, Heiston matches it and then defeats the other handyman in a Go Fish duel for good measure.
When Kent Baake isn't scaling rock formations in Yosemite or shooting for another world record in roadskating, the Metro Gutter & Home Services, Inc. founder can often be found devising energy-efficient ways to protect clients' rooftops, doing everything from sealing leaks to repairing gutters. Baake began the company in 1989, taking on each gutter job with only one truck and one ladder. His crew has since expanded, and the trucks have hatched eggs of their own, resulting in a fleet that carries the exterior specialists to counties throughout Virginia, Maryland, and DC. While restoring damaged home exteriors or preparing houses for harsh seasons, the team cleans, repairs, and replaces roofing, gutters, siding, windows, and doors. They also offer attic ventilation and insulation, as well as home energy audits, weatherization, and solar design services.