Drive A Tank teaches civilians how to handle tanks by placing them at the controls of an FV433 Abbot tank. Comprehensive tank experiences include lessons on the history of its use, from World War I up to its present function as the vehicle of choice for the most aggressive holiday shoppers. During certain packages, tanksters complete their militaristic forays by test firing WWII-era weaponry or crushing cars beneath behemoth treads.
Arctic Star Contractors’ licensed and insured staff oversees and implements home remodeling projects from the initial planning stages to the final turns of a screw. The 15-year veterans perform interior and exterior construction work on homes and commercial buildings, as well as execute new construction projects. They also paint interior and exterior walls and surfaces with a professional craftsman’s attention to detail.
Breck Stovern Services' mobile crew keeps lawns verdant and healthy with a wide range of services. Clients can prepare grassy expanses for their impending winter hardships with a fall-fertilizing treatment, which is much less time-consuming than dressing each blade of grass in a tiny snow suit. Spread evenly over up to 10,000 square feet of yard space, the slow-releasing granular fertilizer enhances plant development by supplying crucial vitamins, minerals, and photosynthetic jellybeans to hungry root systems. Lawn technicians also apply a broad-leaf weed-control treatment to reduce pesky spring-weed populations.
Sinks. Sump pumps. Water lines. Code compliance. The fully licensed, bonded, and insured contractors at Affinity Plumbing have seen it all—and know how to fix it. They bring their plumbing expertise to every sort of project or mishap, whether it's installing a new system during a home remodeling or unclogging the drain after Bigfoot crashes at your place for a few weeks.
The experienced technicians at Super Seal Sealcoating have been seal-coating driveways and parking lots for 16 years. They begin the seal-coating process by cleaning the asphalt with brushes, brooms, and blowers, before mixing an asphalt emulsion with slate, sealer, and other additives to strengthen and bind the product without using coal tar or duct tape. Lastly, they power-edge the border of the driveway and apply the emulsion with a 4-foot microbristle brush for a uniform finish. Once the techs are finished, driveways must be blocked off for 24?36 hours to prevent marks from car tires or buffalo stampedes. In addition to sealing surfaces, techs also use hot rubberized fillers to fix cracks.