Sooner or later, all business come to a point where they must pivot or perish. For Pool & Spa Service of Long Island, this moment came shortly after its founding in 1985. The company's founders recognized the need to transition from simply installing high-end pools to servicing them for homeowners who were away too frequently or just couldn't keep up with the work. From then on, the outfit's trained pool technicians have handled all aspects of in-ground pool maintenance, from replacing liners to vacuuming out the dirt and debris that homeowners are unable to remove with a pasta strainer. The team makes service calls as part of weekly maintenance packages or as one-off visits, such as seasonal pool openings and closings.
Houses lack the opposable thumbs to clean themselves. That's why Clean Sweep graciously offers to wash inside and behind the chimney's ears during specialty cleaning sessions. If the cleaning reveals a more trying problem, an insured technician can perform more complicated services such as chimney relining, water proofing, or masonry repair.
Since 1984, National Chimney Cleaners & Repairs, LLC has preserved the condition and safety of chimneys in Randolph and the surrounding areas. Technicians clear away soot and debris from chimney walls, leaving a clear passageway through which homeowners can send smoke signals to neighbors. They also inspect chimneys for issues such as excess moisture, which can crumble plaster and stain surrounding walls.
At Alpine Chimney Sweeps Inc., Joseph Casey heads up a licensed and insured squad of chimney sweeps that tend to household smokestacks. An industry stalwart for the better part of two decades, Joseph keeps his certifications up-to-date and expertise sharp through memberships in both the National Chimney Sweep Guild and the National Fire Protection Agency. Chimney owners can talk with a service rep to determine issues concerning the safety and operation of their chimney. [Services]http://www.alpinechimneysweeps.com/About.html) range from check-ups and repairs to removal of misguided search and rescue teams hunting down the source of a smoke signal. For each service rendered, the team exceeds building codes and construction best practices, and will even throw in a smoke test and safety inspection.
The bird's eye views of the Atlantic coastline, the Hamptons, and Fire Island are compelling enough, but that's only the beginning for visitors to Long Island Skydiving Center, which has enabled tens of thousands of jumps during more than a decade in business. After ascending thousands of feet, each guest is securely attached to a highly trained instructor of the United States Parachute Association before leaping out of a plane and free falling up to 40 seconds at 120 miles per hour. Then the parachute deploys, and jumpers enjoy a picturesque descent back to earth. Long Island Skydiving Center also offers video and photography services for an additional fee, which means you can share your skydive experience with friends and family and taunt your least favorite flightless bird for years to come.