For more than 20 years, owner Ron Neeley and the Swiss Air Heating and Cooling crew of HVAC specialists have serviced and maintained residential and commercial furnaces and air conditioners throughout the area. Outfitted in crisp orange uniforms, the technicians complete climate-control jobs that range from unit installations to tune-ups and duct cleanings. Understanding that emergencies can happen any time, Ron's team also keeps the service hotline open 24/7 just in case any heaters start to struggle or any air conditioners start to whisper unsolicited sweet nothings.
The Mosquito Hawk’s team of licensed and insured professionals saves local residents from bites with its knowledge of mosquito-fighting techniques. With an array of products that are safe for people and pets, the technicians lay down an odorless barrier spray, rendering yards free of bloodsuckers, backbiters, and mosquitos. The team can be called on for one-time treatments for special events, or for protection through the spring and summer months.
Since 1974, Survant Air Systems has been an HVAC contractor providing high quality products and dependable service to the entire St. Louis, St. Charles, and metro east area homeowners and builders. We believe that homeowners deserve the very best heating, air conditioning and indoor air quality products.
Although STLiPhoneRepair owner Brad Miller loves Apple products—he’s the proud parent of an iPhone, iPad, and MacBook—he became frustrated with Apple’s pricey repairs and penchant for recommending that customers simply buy replacements. Consequently, he learned to fix common issues himself, focusing on the third generation of iPhones and beyond.
Today, he and his staff have repaired more than 1,000 iPhones and more than 100 iPod Touches. Inside their St. Peters shop, they alleviate stressful tech troubles with screen, dock-connector, and rear-panel repairs and replacements performed exclusively with original-manufacturer parts. They often complete jobs the same day and also offer mail-in service for customers who don’t want to travel or are too nervous to sit through their cell phone’s surgery. Whether the work is local or long-distance, the company is serious about customer care, including a 90-day warranty with every repair.
Those who live in glasses houses shouldn't throw stones, but they are allowed to add to the transparent beauty within their homes. Backed by 30 years of experience, Floyd Glass & Window's team of glass experts customize and install everything from car windshields and shower enclosures to glass tabletops and wall mirrors for dance studios. They craft elaborate glass walls with partitions to allow the free-flow of light throughout interiors, and furnish homes with windows from manufacturers such as Andersen and Sunrise. The team can even take the home's current door and transform it with intricate glasswork. Technicians also darken car windows with tinting and perform detailing treatments that scour auto interiors to clean up after the dashboard hula girl's luaus that leave lei petals everywhere. Floyd Glass & Window even has a mustached mascot named Floyd, a dancer himself, who's so passionate about the company's work that he has his own bio on the website.
Green Thumb Lawncare N' Landscape performs five services, each tailored to the time of year, to swivel drab yardscapes into shimmering turf. Green Thumb's lawn stylists mow, trim, edge, and remove residual strands (starting at $25). For springiness comparable to monkeys in moon-shoes, lawn czar's can add a six-service application of season-specific conditioning fertilizer and eliminate overzealous plant life with liquid weed control (starting at $32.50, including mowing service). Graciously lift leaves with a gutter-cleaning service (starting at $65) or gape jaws as a bleach scrub power washes away dirt (starting at $125), revealing a healthy sheen and an affection for patios typically reserved for chocolate-dipped lawns. Green Thumb delivers, spreads, and rakes double-ground hardwood mulch ($55/yard) or double hardwood brown dye ($65/yard) to garnish entrances and delicate exits.