Dennis Coyle didn't wait until after he had earned his applied-sciences degree to embark on his career: he founded DC Landscape Design & Construction in his sophomore year of college. He combined engineering know-how with knowledge gleaned from horticultural classes and years of work in a garden center and never doubted his capability to succeed in the landscaping business—perhaps because he wasn't the first Coyle to start so young. His father, Douglas Coyle, also transitioned straight from school to managing Delaware Valley Landscapers.
With an eye for outdoor aesthetics, Dennis beautifies lawns with an armory of mowers, aerating tools, and organic products. His botanical knowledge and detailed CAD plans help him avoid common landscaping mistakes, such as placing a young tree too close to a house or too far from its wailing mother. This understanding ensures an almost perfect survival rate for his relocated greenery.
Direct Depot Kitchens Wholesalers’ designers offer complimentary design consultations to help customers achieve their ideal kitchen- or bathroom-cabinet, countertop, and appliance setups. They utilize massive projection screens and 3-D color renderings so customers may easily visualize projects before they start. Additionally, their showroom houses more than 50 kitchen and bath displays, complete with door styles, finish colors, glazes, countertops, and wood species.
During the past 20 years, homeowners and business owners alike have trusted their most prized possessions to the capable hands and secured trucks of Schneider Transport and Moving. The company's assemblage of strong movers lift, haul, load, and deliver delicate items, burdensome furniture, and taxidermal couches to the client's destination or to secured, climate-controlled self-storage facilities. Each object is insured by Schneider at $0.60 per pound, and an inventory of boxes, bubble wrap, and plastic furniture covers is also available for purchase.
Edvard Munch’s The Scream. Van Gogh’s Starry Night. Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss. These works are indisputable masterpieces, but prints and posters of them are ubiquitous enough to make them tiring. For decorative artist Alexis Carberry, one of the joys of her job is creating things that no one has ever seen before. “People can’t even fathom the things I can come up with for them.”
To create each singular masterpiece, Alexis kicks off projects with in-depth consultations. The client can present polished ideas or just a color scheme, theme, photos of the space, or a favorite Rorschach blot. In response, Alexis sketches several ideas until she and her client decide on the ideal design. Wielding high-density, fume-free acrylic paints, she then sets to work on walls, canvases, or furniture. Depending on the size, projects can take up to several weeks to complete; but if properly maintained, they can last a lifetime.