Sun Block, Inc.'s professional tinting technicians prevent harmful UV rays and offensive glare from creeping into homes, businesses, and automobiles using sheets of film that arrive fresh from the CPFilms factory in Martinsville, Virginia. Each uniformed installer boasts the backing of annual quality tests as well as certification from the International Window Film Association and Worshipful Company of Shadesmiths. With these qualifications, they can beautify building windowpanes and car windshields, reduce HVAC costs, and help autos and homes stay comfortable on the inside.
At Mac's Service Center, ASE-certified mechanics spruce up any make or model of automobile, extending the life of vehicles with a vast repertoire of services ranging from everyday tune-ups to complete engine overhauls. The highly trained techs supplement their trade with certification in hybrid-engine repair, maintaining the children of gas-powered and electric cars for up to 50% less than the cost at most dealers.
The shop's strict adherence to CarQuest Tech-Net and NAPA AutoCare standards ensures extensive computerized diagnostics and employee commitment to a customer-friendly code of ethics that requires mechanics to obtain customer authorization. After each service, technicians spruce up each vehicle with a complimentary floorboard vacuuming, windshield wash, and top-off of cleaning solvent.
More than thirty years ago, Darrel Neilson entered the auto industry as a muffler and exhaust specialist. Now, he and his master techs are full-fledged car doctors who offer services that repair everything from air conditioners and radiators to brakes and alternators across seven locations. They also document all of their findings in their computer system to diagnose automotive ailments with ease.
Virginia Wine Lover Magazine celebrates Virginia's historically significant wine culture, providing enthusiastic cork-poppers with regional grape-swilling news on Old Dominion wineries. Critical consumers can browse through Virginia Wine Lover's wine reviews, while travel-happy tasters can peruse a comprehensive listing of wineries by region. Those who enjoy pairing wine with food or overcompetitive I-spy tournaments can drink up the 'zine's information of wine-related travel, dining, and winery events around Virginia. With an authoritative, industry-savvy editorial voice, Virginia Wine Lover's features delve into fascinating topics, including a recent look at the 180-year-old Norton grape. Visit the magazine online for a virtual copy of the latest issue.
Offering honest, thorough service since 1982, Ferber’s Tire & Auto hosts a slew of automotive treatments to repair and maintain cars of every make and model. Four-wheeled steeds are lured into the garage by a trail of shiny lug nuts in preparation for a full oil switcheroo. During the roughly one-hour process, a certified technician gently pats the car’s hood as spent oil drains into a pan. After the engine is rejuvenated with 5 quarts of new semi-synthetic brew, technicians perform a tire balance to adjust the car’s weight distribution. Finally, a tire rotation trades tires from one area of the car to another, ensuring consistent tread wear and that every wheel has a crack at riding shotgun.
Aegis Mobile Detailing deploys its interior and exterior car-polishing wizardry to automobiles parked throughout the greater Richmond area. Thoroughly trained professionals kick off the service by resetting exteriors with a pressure and hand wash, bug and tar removal, and tire shine. A hand-steered orbital polisher then lathers painted surfaces with carnauba wax, which is then wiped off with microfiber towels or macrofiber elephant ears. The greedy nozzles of vacuums extract dirt and dust from interiors as staffers wipe down windows, dashboards, consoles, and doorjambs. The entire Aegis complete detail takes up to two hours, or about the time it takes to somersault a mile.