George Inzer of Inzer and Son Services ensures homes look good on the outside and function properly on the inside. From slapping paint on the walls to resurfacing cabinets, George and his crew provide the labor and know-how to keep residences in prime condition. They tackle a range of home-improvement tasks such as basement finishing, bathroom remodeling, and laundry-room de-haunting.
The projects at Mike Lloyd Construction are a lot like new haircuts or outfits. While only updating a single element, the makeovers can drastically change the subject's overall look. For Lloyd's team, that means remodeling or building decks, sunrooms, bathrooms, or other elements of homes—but only after they work closely with clients to come up with the design. The experts also can tackle more subtle projects such as crown molding or in-floor heating, the perfect deterrent for door-to-door snowmen.
Whether you need your kitchen remodeled, your plumbing repaired, or your front door painted, the contractors at DT Group are a knowledgeable resource. Experienced with both residential and commercial buildings, the handymen have the know-how for smaller projects, such as painting and trim work, as well as more complicated jobs, such as flooring, electrical installations, and remodeling. DT Group also handles outdoor work, including landscaping and snowplowing.
By suggesting simple ways to improve energy efficiency at home, Euro-Tech's level-one residential-energy audit can shave up to 30% off bloated energy bills. During an audit, a well-trained energy doctor will examine the amount of energy a home consumes versus the cost of that energy. Then, within one week, auditors will reveal their recommendations in 15- to 25-page reports stuffed with suggested energy-saving stratagems, such as using energy-efficient light bulbs, caulking or replacing windows, adding attic insulation, or handcuffing radiators so their heat waves can't escape.
The seasoned techs at The Attic Experts inspect and pad homeowners’ attics to keep out the chill of deep winter. A thermal-imaging device reveals cold spots and heat leaks, before a thorough assessment indentifies visible anomalies, such as improperly installed fiberglass, signs of animal infestation, or a doorless ice chest. Once inspected, houses relax under a sealing blanket of supplemental fiberglass insulation.