The team of six handymen from Saibot Construction have helped home and business owners stay on top of building upkeep since 2003. The contractors offer their time-earned expertise for projects of all sizes and scope, ranging from remodeling finished basements to patching up leaky roofs to mounting flat-screen televisions. Homeowners can call upon the team to whittle down "honey-do" lists filled with smaller chores around the house, such as paint jobs or hanging pictures, as well as for larger projects, such as demolitions of houses presumed haunted because the pictures hung themselves.
Saibot Construction is a Seattle Home Pro Approved Provider.
Windows are an important part of any home's first impression, which is why Mandel Windows only dispatches technicians who have been screened and thoroughly trained. These techs know that erasing smudges from the glass is only one part of the window-cleaning equation; they also scrub tracks and sills and carefully scrape away oil paintings composed by the home's previous owner. In addition to their primary service, they offer gutter cleaning and repairs.
12 years of horticultural knowledge and over 5 years professionally designing gardens sets my work apart from a typical landscaper. Focus on right plant, right place, and deep understanding of my client's aesthetic using clear communication. "Planting the seeds of great design."
There are a few telltale signs that a house has been visited by Low Rate Hauling & Yard Pick Up. If all of the unfound Easter eggs that once littered its front yard have magically vanished in the course of a day, that's one sign. And if there's no evidence of a dead fir tree in the weeks after Christmas, that's another. The company's technicians specialize in leaving no trace behind with services that keep lawns looking their best. Besides giving garden gnomes some extra space to spread out, they can trim hedges and tear down fences.
Lark is the perfect summary of chef John Sundstrom's long, varied career in the culinary world. On paper, it seems an oddly meandering journey, hopping from one type of cuisine to another, but every influence is apparent at his current venture. His training in classic sushi may have provided inspiration for Lark's small plates, whereas his work at other upscale Seattle restaurants introduced him to the passion and abundance of the Northwest's farmers and foragers. A vegetarian restaurant illuminated organic ingredients, and a surf 'n' turf eatery taught him how to make protein the star of the show. This rather roundabout path must have worked: in 2007, Sundstrom was named Best Chef: Northwest by the prestigious James Beard Foundation for his work at Lark. The restaurant's artisanal menu changes seasonally but focuses on locally produced fare, with foie gras, corn, clams, and wine all sourced from Washington providers. Meant to be shared family-style, Lark's small- to medium-sized plates are perhaps best summed up by a Seattle Food Geek review: "small plates, big flavor."
Frame Central, where the upbeat, fun-loving staff works alongside customers preserving their artwork and keepsakes. Frame Central prides itself on its expedient one-day framing. Staffers have devoted years to learning how to craft custom frames fast without sacrificing quality. For one thing, they keep all their materials on hand, saving on time spent sending off for special orders. For another, customers can design and make the frames themselves or meet staffers halfway by allowing them to professionally cut the materials for easy home assembly.