Signature service: Weekly service of pools and spas
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Pro Tip: We require access to your pool yard, so we need to know if you need to be there to let us in.
Though the official badge sported by each technician from Ms. Shine Window Washers may state "professional window washer," his or her cleaning abilities do not end at the sill. To be sure, all team members have training in the hand detailing of panes, screens, tracks, and frames, but they also apply their efforts to other areas of residential and commercial exteriors—such as gutters and hard surfaces. When dirt and grime cake up on siding, the driveway, or the deck, homeowners can call upon the licensed, bonded, and insured outfit to scour off the muck with pressure washers. The team also climbs up on ladders or nearby beanstalks to free the home's gutters of clogging sticks and leaves.
A work of art relies on many components to maintain its integrity. Aside from the canvas and the struggle the artist went through to get Billy to stop hogging all the blue paint, the piece will require a frame to be respected as a finished product. At Ringseis Designs, the framing crew works with custom mouldings and archival techniques to protect and enhance artwork, analyzing each piece before selecting matting and frame combinations that draw attention to intended focal points. They also protect 3-D objects, protecting keepsakes in shadowboxes and preserving sports jerseys in textile cases.
Mr. Fixit, Inc. employs sure-footed roof ramblers who rid mucky gutters of detritus and gunk so that rainwater may find its way back to earth. Prevent damage to a home caused by standing water or an unplanned koi pond by having roof trenches unburdened of stubborn sticks and loitering leaves. Once gutter-jambs are thoroughly unclogged, home owners can enjoy a 30-minute complimentary remodel consultation and may also choose to have their abode pressure washed and the deck cleaned by Mr. Fixit at a savings of 25%.
After spending years as a salesman for top mattress lines, Steve Shore needed a new mattress himself. Rather than opt for a steep employee discount on one of the mattresses he sold, the enterprising Mr. Shore collected various natural materials and had them assembled into a mattress that met his exacting specifications: a comfy sleep cushion made with no potentially toxic components. The result was such an improvement over the big-name mattresses he sold that Mr. Shore and his son eventually decided to produce a line of organic mattresses based on the prototype, on which Mr. Shore slept soundly for more than a decade.
Now, the Shore men sell their mattresses under the Eco-Cloud name in The Natural Mattress Store. Made from high-quality steel coils topped with natural latex, Eco-Cloud mattresses resist accumulating allergens and nightmare blueprints and retain their shape and support for years. Organic wool and cotton covers help keep sleepers cool and snug in bed by deflecting body heat and wicking away moisture. Each Eco-Cloud mattress comes with a 12-year, nonprorated warranty. In addition to the Eco-Cloud line, The Natural Mattress Store carries more than 20 organic mattresses, as well as eco-friendly, solid wood bedroom furniture from Pacific Rim Woodworking, Bedworks of Maine, and Vermont Furniture Designs.
Over the past 25 years, Cheap Pete’s framers have honed their technique to a science, creating high-quality framing for any type of artwork, document, or object. Four Bay Area locations stock a huge selection of ready-made frames, including environmentally friendly options crafted from sustainably harvested pine or bamboo. Collage frames display a multitude of photos, showcasing favorite family memories or charting the development of a tiny infant into an adult-size infant. Customers can also create DIY frames with a large selection of framing tools and supplies.
Cheap Pete’s custom-framing services give customers the choice of more than 300 styles of mouldings, five types of glass, and a rainbow of mat colors. Shadowboxes display three-dimensional objects such as sports jerseys, matchbox cars, or exhibitionistic human beings. The shop also stretches canvases onto canvas bars, readying them to be hung at home or on the walls of a gallery.