The professional technicians at Rissland Garage Door Company have seen their fair share of finicky garage doors?they?ve been in business for more than 50 years. In that time, they've gleaned their share of commendations, including an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. They know how to fix garage doors so your car and your garage don?t spend hours in a standoff, and perform a 25-point safety inspection to stave off any surprises down the line. Repair trucks arrive fully stocked with equipment and tools, and most repairs can be completed same day. Rissland sells doors, too?more than 300 makes and models.
The techs at Classic Brows practice an ancient hair removal technique using twisted cotton threads. Aside from threading away pesky hairs on the face, the staff also weeds unwanted body fuzz using warm wax or a tiny push lawnmower. They also embellish natural eyelashes with extensions and tints, perform head massages, and administer facials that soothe and purify pores. The salon’s service menu further beautifies human hides with black and brown henna tattoos.
No one can say that The Weather Busters didn’t arise from humble beginnings. Bob Fano launched the climate-control business in 1968 from the basement of his parents’ house, eventually moving into a storefront and employing a staff of five. By the time The Weather Busters merged with Airflow Systems in 1977, Bob had expanded into heating and cooling services and acquired a solid reputation for dedicated workmanship. Today, his dream team of trustworthy technicians services HVAC systems by making repairs, installing systems, performing tune-ups, and outfitting windows with sunglasses to maintain optimum coolness. When there's an emergency, Bob’s Rapid Response Squad rescues HVAC systems from breakdowns in short order. Customers who join The Weather Busters Club will receive additional benefits, discounts, and tips that save money and help protect the environment.
Climbers of all ages and skill levels scamper across roughly 22,000 square feet of climbable space inside Brooklyn Boulders's rock-climbing gym. A dedicated route-setting staff organizes color-coded problems on craggy, angled top-rope walls as well as bouldering walls that reach up to 15 feet. To help visitors master these walls, seasoned instructors train them in three basic types of climbing: bouldering, top-rope climbing, or lead climbing. They teach these skills through classes such as the peak-performance program, which combines seven classes in lead climbing, bouldering, and cross-training to accelerate students' learning. To ease stressed muscles and promote calm reflection, staffers also lead all-ages yoga lessons and monthly yoga workshops.
Brooklyn Boulders also injects creativity into its special events, which encourage visitors to climb in costume around Halloween and take part in competitions during which they pretend the floor has turned to lava. Staffers also invite local graffiti artists to display their murals inside, work to preserve regional climbing areas by partnering with Access Fund, and coordinate programs through its BKB Foundation?a nonprofit that provides greater access to rock climbing for kids and adults.