No one can say that The Weather Busters didn’t arise from humble beginnings. Bob Fano launched the climate-control business in 1968 from the basement of his parents’ house, eventually moving into a storefront and employing a staff of five. By the time The Weather Busters merged with Airflow Systems in 1977, Bob had expanded into heating and cooling services and acquired a solid reputation for dedicated workmanship. Today, his dream team of trustworthy technicians services HVAC systems by making repairs, installing systems, performing tune-ups, and outfitting windows with sunglasses to maintain optimum coolness. When there's an emergency, Bob’s Rapid Response Squad rescues HVAC systems from breakdowns in short order. Customers who join The Weather Busters Club will receive additional benefits, discounts, and tips that save money and help protect the environment.
At Central Park Medical Practice, Dr. Shahnoz Rustamova treats patients by engaging her two specialties: women?s medicine and aesthetics. Her gynecology and fertility treatments maintain reproductive health, and her beauty services enhance physiques. Microdermabrasion, for example, sloughs away the skin?s rough surface layer, exposing the more youthful hide beneath; laser hair removal?s long pulses of light noninvasively reduce stubble and destroy any miniature planets orbiting the head.
Though it began in 1981 with just one Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud, today, Silver Star Limousine operates a fleet of 35 upscale vehicles that range from the antique to the exotic. Drivers can ferry a pair of passengers to a wedding in a 1932 Hupmobile, chauffeur a corporate getaway in a Mercedes Sprinter, or make a quick trip from the airport in a Lincoln Town Car. Each vehicle has been outfitted with technology to reduce its carbon footprint and can travel across the tri-state area. Stretch limos and party buses create an air of mystery for groups of up to 40 passengers, with amenities such as LED light shows, 54-inch plasma TVs, and room for dancing.
During his time in the Air Force, Dean Schwaner studied HVAC systems, which he parlayed into civilian life with Apache Air Solutions, named after the Apache helicopters he worked with. Dean oversees his HVAC business with the same sense of duty and obligation he honed in the military, and so he and his staff take to homes with professionalism and focus. They inspect and repair furnaces, heaters, and air conditioners in the home and install new ones if the old are beyond repair. Whether it's a broken system or a unit that simply needs a tune-up, Apache's techs take the time to inspect the heater or A/C unit and get it up to speed so homes stay cool in the summer and ward off vagrant snowmen with warmth the winter.
According to Go Green RHVAC, one of the best ways to reduce your carbon footprint is to make sure your home's energy system is operating efficiently. The company's technicians can help ensure that's the case in your home, installing new, high-efficiency HVAC systems that help lower energy bills and better regulate indoor temperatures. Of course, buying a whole new system isn't your only option: the techs can also clean, inspect, and repair existing A/Cs and furnaces to help them operate as efficiently as possible. Or, they can boost indoor air quality by cleaning air ducts and vents to rid them of debris and irritants such as dust, mildew, pollen, and dust mites. To do the job right, Go Green RHVAC's technicians use a truck-mounted machine specifically designed to clean air ducts. And, they can also apply an anti-microbial fog treatment that keeps bacteria and mold at bay for up to six months and allows homeowners to pretend they live in London for a few hours.
The technicians at A.R.G Heating & Air Conditioning LLC can ensure homes are prepared for all sorts of weather. Their vast knowledge of air-conditioning systems allows them to confirm proper function by inspecting coils, electrical components, proper settings, and fan components. Their knowledge also extends to heating systems and furnaces, which they deftly service by checking burners and blowers, inspecting gas lines and connections, and maintaining proper communication with the thermostat.