People often associate air pollution with the outdoors, perhaps envisioning a sunset turned unearthly colors by smog. But the air inside homes also carries contaminants that trigger allergies and create health issues, but almost never turn the light from table lamps into the same neon colors of a smoggy sunset. The bilingual, extensively trained technicians of Air Fraicheur Plus prevent these issues by suctioning build-up from air ducts with a negative pressure machine, removing contaminants that would otherwise circulate in the home. They suction away bacteria, mildew, and a shocking amount of dust—as much as 40 pounds can collect in ducts over the course of a year. Purer air isn't the only benefit of the company's services: they can also increase the efficiency of furnaces and air-conditioning systems, lowering energy costs.
Lauded by numerous media outlets such as The Dr. Oz Show and O magazine, Essentia's memory-foam beds offer an all-natural and organic alternative to synthetic sleep aids. Crafted from a blend of organic tree sap, essential oils, and plant extracts, the cushiony foam coddles craniums and bodies by shifting its shape to fit each snoozer's form. Pillows cradle heads in a cool embrace, as the highly breathable foam allows body heat to dissipate, unlike conventional pillows or throw pillows made of old waffle irons. Seven mattresses ($1,489–$6,489) offer up the plush foam formula in varying levels of firmness, supporting backs of all shapes.
Backed by more than 30 years of experience, Go Green Contracting keeps homes looking sharp and operating efficiently. The company lets its handymen loose for jobs both big and small, including remodeling ventures and lawn maintenance. But Go Green's team can handle simple fixes too such as painting and replacing windows that no longer fit after houses have sudden growth spurts.