The Floor Doctor's techs refinish hardwood floors with Bona power scrubbers and biodegradable products emblazoned with the Greenguard seal of approval. In addition to reducing downstream pollution, their eco-friendly approach protects people and pets from the toxic fumes that typically force inhabitants outside, where giant mutant bugs are waiting. After they finish buffing floorboards, techs slather them with a polyurethane topcoat available in a satin, semigloss, or high gloss finish that can last up to seven years. In addition to polishing timber, they repair and install floors by replacing damaged planks or laying down new unfinished or prefinished boards.
Lawn Doctor's roots lead back to the mid 1960s, when friends Bob Magda and Tony Giordano took on the endeavor of reviving uncared-for lawns in their hometown of Matawan, New Jersey. Their local business has since blossomed into a national franchise with more than 400 locations across the United States, each adhering to the mission of enhancing lawns' allure with time-tested techniques, dedicated customer service, and dabs of foundation makeup.
Before Lawn Doctor's assiduous staffers unleash expertise on swards, they arrive at the client's home for a complimentary consultation to gauge each lawn's specific needs. Grass gurus can thicken turf with their patented Turf Tamer power seeder and foster healthy growth for grass, trees, and shrubs with fertilizer. Uninvited lawn assailants?such as grubs, ants, and grazing neighbors?shudder at the sight of Lawn Doctor's pest-control experts. The company also helps to preserve Mother Nature's receding hairline with organic lawn treatments and natural, eco-friendly products.
Joshua Baxter was born to move. As a child he was so entrenched in his family's auction business that when Joshua was 16, his father pulled him aside and told him it was time to take an active role. So, Joshua took his driver's test in the truck the family used to pick up merchandise, and at 19 he bought his own truck, handling the transportation of the often-valuable antiques. That skill and preternatural understanding of merchandise transportation led to the birth of Here To There Movers. Now, Joshua has trucks headquartered in five Midwest cities.
Here To There Movers' technicians know that the transport of belongings from one abode to another is one of life's most stressful affairs, even more than interviewing for a position at the local bomb diffusery. The licensed and insured staff can arrive at a moment's notice, equipped to handle bookshelves, boxes, and pianos. Here To There provides a frequently asked questions page and moving tips for the befuddled house-swapper or recreational vagrant.
With facilities open 24 hours a day, the Dayton Squash Center is dedicated entirely to the sport of squash. Club manager Lisa Obrecht, along with Squash Professional Adnan Gul, help visitors of all skill levels hone their play technique in adult or youth training clinics held on the center's five ASB International regulation squash courts. All-access memberships and events, which include round-robin-style open play on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, help guests delve further into the sport.
Perfect Air LLC's insured, uniformed technicians skillfully stoke the mechanical fires of furnaces and cool the artificial ice of air conditioners to extend the life and efficiency of HVAC technology. On the job site, climatic sorcerers check each unit's operating pressure and visually inspect components to ensure that homes stay toasty all winter, frosty all summer, and full of tropical storms in spring. During the multipoint apparatus assessment, electrical connections tighten their bonds and condensation drain lines lose their murky discharge. Perfect Air LLC issues a one-year guarantee on all work.
Since 1989, 1-800-GOT-JUNK? has saved more than 1.5 billion pounds of possessions from nearby landfills, earning mentions on Dr. Phil and a starring role on A&E's Hoarders. After booking appointments, clients receive a two-hour window during which the crew will arrive, as well as a warning phone call 15–30 minutes before its actual appearance. Once onsite, the team quickly clears away 19 types of undesirable items from cluttered homes, businesses, and construction sites, loading them into their truck before thoroughly cleaning the vacated area to make way for life-size statues of Felix Unger, the patron saint of cleanliness. Once loaded, the bric-a-brac makes its way to recycling centers, donation drops, and safe disposal sites, preventing usable furniture, computer monitors, and worn-out banana suits from languishing in landfills.