The techs at Bonfe's Plumbing, Heating and Air Service have been tweaking climate-controlling devices of all makes and models for more than 15 years. They arrive at homes wearing uniforms and shiny badges, which indicate their employment with Bonfe and distinguish them from communist-propaganda inspectors. Techs don shoe covers to protect floors and furniture from damage and dirt, and if their work areas aren't tidy when they leave, Bonfe will compensate customers either with money or three magic beans. To ensure satisfactory same-day and emergency service, a staff member is always available by phone—day and night, all week long.
Benjamin Franklin may have known how to channel electricity through a lightning rod, but Douglas Zotz of Zotz Electrical knows how to manipulate electricity to meet each client's specific needs. First, he consults with clients to learn about their preferences and allotted budget, and then he sets to work. Zotz and his team can troubleshoot and repair existing electrical wiring, fixing issues such as broken circuit breakers and light fixtures. They also upgrade homes with advanced electrical features such as remote-controlled fans or dimmer switches that create ambient lighting.