Hawaiian Arctic's certified and insured home-heating specialists help keep furnaces safely humming through the snowy season with cleaning, tune-up, and inspection services. Technicians engage in a thorough multistep cleaning and maintenance protocol, which usually takes about 30–60 minutes. Click here to see the cleaning, tune-up and inspection checklist. After staffers replace filters, tighten electrical connections, and scrutinize gas lines for leaks, homeowners take comfort in knowing that their furnace will be poised to spew loving warmth all winter. Carbon dioxide tests and installation of new filters, if necessary, require an extra cost, unless customers wish to recycle used coffee filters or once-prized 80s hair-band T-shirts.
With more than 18 years of experience, A & R Renovations' team of abode adepts heal habitat trouble spots with astute, able hands. Over the course of two hours, pad purveyors work to repair tiles, install light fixtures or plumbing, swathe chaste walls in layers of paint, or fortify timid rooms with dry wall and plaster applications. Bungalow beautifiers are committed to working closely with clients, ensuring every repair closely corroborates with homeowners' visions, whether they be for a child's play room, man cave, or fainting parlour.
Service centers often tout satisfaction guarantees, but Aire Serv of York has six. After servicing heating, cooling, and duct systems, the fully insured and trained technicians stand behind not only their work, but also the performance of systems, individual components, all elements of installation, and their own transparency in detailing what each system might need. Aire Serv of York provides 24-hour emergency service with no overtime charges.
Home Service and Repair Specialist's workers strive to keep homes in good repair with handy services. They'll scale houses to clean and repair eavestroughs or dislodge Santa from the chimney. They install maximum ventilation systems to extend roof longevity and lower air-conditioning costs, and they insulate attics. Homeowners can also give them a call to repair soffits and animal-proof vents.
As part of his job at a large telecommunications company, Mike Thorne was charged with getting rid of the company’s glut of outdated office furniture. Frustrated by his lack of options, Mike decided to branch out and create his own company, JustJunk.com. Now more than 10 years old, the company operates franchises across Canada, dispatching uniformed and courteous technicians to haul away all manner of unwanted junk.