Talented technicians from the family-owned A Filtered Sun Glass Tinting safeguard automobile and edifice interiors from UV and infrared rays with professional 3M Sun Control window films. Professionals plaster car, residential, and commercial building windows with a customer’s chosen film ($7¬–$10/sq. ft.), with styles ranging from clear to silver, and nonreflective to highly contemplative. Dexterous fingers ensure a smooth application without unsightly seams, gaps, or overlaps over the course of 30 minutes for two car windows or up to two hours for 75 square feet of residential or commercial windows. Tinted glass reduces energy costs by repelling 79% of the heat that would have entered by way of the window, forcing heat rays to seek alternative shelter on the brows of outraged senators.
Signature service: Powersports sales, parts and service
Staff Size: 25?50 people
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Brands Used: Honda, Suzuki, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Polaris, SeaDoo, CanAm
Pro Tip: Appointments are not needed but are recommended if you want to be in and out quickly.
Seasoned car-whisperers within Jack Wilson Family of Dealerships' Buick, GMC, and Chevrolet service centers keep engines running in tiptop shape and exterior surfaces looking like new. During oil changes, they'll lubricate engines with General Motors–brand oil to ensure GM parts work together as productively as bee colonies in a synergy-building workshop. With the oil-change package, techs also cleanse vehicular hulls during an exterior detail, paying special attention to rim cleanliness before chamois-drying surfaces to a spotless finish.
Andres Kerllenevich began flying helicopters as a hobby while making a living as a lawyer. As time passed, he earned his license and left to fly tours over Alaska and New York City. He eventually settled in St. Augustine, the historical city where his wife fondly remembered vacationing as a child. Now, seven other FAA-certified pilots join him in leading tours over the coastal castles, historic lighthouses and colleges, and vibrant downtown areas of St. Augustine, Tampa, and the Florida Keys.
At the helm of Robinson R44 helicopters, the pilots soar at heights of up to 1,500 feet past Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Porpoise Point, and the towering red cross at the Mission of Nombre de Dios. They also guide tours above Tampa Bay, the Tampa Bay Times Forum, and the Florida Aquarium, while granting passengers glimpses of coastline populated by bottlenose dolphins. Pilots have also orchestrated aerial marriage proposals, during which the groom-to-be points out his question written on the beach or on a rooftop sign. The tours grant a bird's-eye view for photography and videography sessions.