Jerold Sit, the owner of The AC Doctors, and his team of professional technicians diagnose and treat HVAC maladies such as air-duct leaks and inefficient heating. With knowledge of a wide range of HVAC systems, including electric, gas, and geothermal, the team deftly approaches simple maintenance, thorough 24-point inspections, or new-unit installations with equal aplomb. The staff also provides green solutions that help the environment while saving money, putting a stop to inefficient furnaces or the need to burn bales of cash to stay warm.
Signature service: Carpet cleaning
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Brands Used: Super PHlex, Citrus Solve, Maxim Protector
Pro Tip: Please have any furniture moved ahead of time. Prevacuuming will result in a cleaner carpet.
Big Head Horticultural Services stocks their garden center with Louisiana-grown plants and flowers, each specimen hand-selected for its vitality and beauty. Customers can bring plants home for DIY projects, or leave the process to the company's landscape designers. In addition to flowers and greenery, the center sells lawn accessories such as cypress furniture, pottery, and fountains.
Daycool Heating & Air's certified technicians confidently service every make and model of heating and cooling system. They grant homeowners peace of mind by offering a one-year warranty on repair parts and a 10-year warranty on parts and labor for new systems. They also vet whole homes with energy audits, which help maximize energy efficiency and wallet size by seeking out air leaks and areas of missing insulation, analyzing residents’ energy consumption, and removing all the jacuzzis from your walk-in freezer.
McGraw Rental loans a cornucopia of equipment to constructive customers looking to boost their home's appearance or function. Grill monarchs can reign over far-reaching barbecue provinces by loading up on propane, which friendly, skillful employees inject into bottles using half the number of crazy straws required by amateurs. Essential and diverse hardware and home supplies include double A batteries ($2.69/4-pack), 7 1/4-inch Marathon circular blades ($9.95 each), and crossfire safety glasses ($9.99) that shield eyes from everyday projectiles and low-flying commercial airliners. Brown jersey gloves ($1.69) protect snow-sensitive fingertips, and duct tape ($4.49/roll) miraculously mends serious structural problems plaguing shoddily constructed mansions.
Part greenhouse and part craft shop, Fads & Frames stocks an abundance of supplies for DIY home decorating, gardening, and landscaping. The shop’s crafty staff fills shelves with bright ribbons, picture frames, and bins of silk flowers that attract groovy, disco-era bumblebees. A wide candle selection scents the store’s air with aromatic fruits, flowers, and spices. In the spring, a garden center blooms with annuals such as begonias, impatiens, and vinca, as well as Kimberly Queen porch ferns and Knock Out roses. While browsing blossoms, shoppers can also peruse a selection of French-inspired and rustic outdoor furniture.