Whipple Service Champions’ experienced techs keep homes running like clockwork with plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning services. When on call, they pilot trucks stocked with an arsenal of tools designed to fix nearly any problem that may arise, including furnace repair, drain cleaning, and shower installation. They’re so confident in their work that they provide customers with a cost before work even begins, and they offer their own warranty on anything they install.
The master HVAC technicians at Acme Heating & Air Conditioning examine and adjust furnaces to ensure they meet the standards for Questar Gas' Green Sticker Program. Since natural-gas formulas change based on factors such as altitude, gas-burning appliances need to be updated and taught to safely consume au courant fuel cocktails or risk emitting malevolent levels of carbon monoxide. A skilled tech inspects, and possibly resizes, the furnace's burner hole and calibrates the manifold pressure to promote proper mingling of air and gas. When all is right with the system, the natural gas burns away completely leaving no remnants to roam the house planting whoopee cushions under the welcome mat.
In 1986, the founders of Advanced Window Products designed their company to focus on two things: crafting their own windows and professionally installing them. The idea enabled the company to act as a one-stop contractor for their clients' window needs. The desire to push themselves toward even better service led the company's skilled technicians to create windows with such features as LoE-366 glass, which can keep out up to 25 degrees in the summer heat, insulate up to 75 degrees in the winter, and allow better views of neighbors' gardens than the traditional fist-punched hole in the wall. More than 25 years later, Advanced Window Products' technicians continue to update homeowners' windows and offering free in-home estimates before every job.
Standard Wood collects its firewood from dead standing trees and seasons it for up to five years to ensure clean, uniform burning. Bundles of Wyoming mountain pine ($3) join premeasured bins of hardwoods—such as dense, long-burning oak, gray barkless pinion, and fragrant cedar, which fills ears with crackles, pops, and head-rattling sub-bass as it burns—in quarter-, half-, and full-cord increments ($15–$50). Each bundle arrives wrapped in heavy-gauge plastic to ensure that fluctuating temperatures and invasive pests don't sabotage timber’s burning power. Standard Wood delivers kindling to doorsteps throughout the Salt Lake Valley (a $25 fee, eligible with this Groupon).