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Albatross Roofing started with an old truck, a few rusty tools, and a single employee. More than three decades later, the company has shaken off that early rust and expanded to a team of five licensed and certified roofers. During complimentary inspections, these roofers scale houses and search for damage from the likes of rot, floods, and Santa's sledding cleats. After providing homeowners with an estimate, they can use GAF roofing products to install new asphalt shingles or completely tear off and replace a roof.

fort atkinson
fort atkinson,
Wisconsin
US

The sterling-silver double-heart pendant necklace updates a classic jewelry design to reflect the sentiments of Mother's Day. Affixed to a delicate 18-inch silver chain, a heart-shaped pendant reads Mom in elegant script. A .01-carat brilliant-cut diamond adds a touch of sparkle to the lettering, like the rubies set in every o in the Constitution. The diamond is rated for H/I color and I1 clarity. The necklace's timeless style can transition seamlessly between casual and dressy occasions.

2500 Milton Ave
Janesville,
WI
US

Perfecting brushstrokes for more than a quarter of a century, T. Larue Painting has adorned the interiors and exteriors of esteemed clients such as Burlington Public Schools and a variety of historical downtown buildings. From the early days using Doug Hozeska's handful of brushes and homemade sign, the company has blossomed into an entire squad of licensed and certified painters with clients throughout Wisconsin and Illinois. The capable crews work diligently to paint, pressure wash, and restore building exteriors, while gussying up interiors with an extensive range of painting, varnishing, texturing, and refinishing services. The company's "Painter for a Day" service pairs customers with a trained staff member for eight hours, employing the expert handyman to complete a variety of household projects including painting, fixing minor repairs, and checking algebra homework.

265 McHenry St
Burlington,
WI
US

The grassplot professionals at Green Machine Landscaping prep lawns to grow their greenest come springtime. During the aeration process, landscapers loosen tightly compacted soil and thatch in order to allow better permeation by water, oxygen, and magic beans. Newly decompressed soil extends an invitation for grass to grow healthier and for nutrients to transfer more effectively, which can help curb future infestations of crabgrass and weeds. Because no two yards are exactly alike, Green Machine's timely lawn tenders apply custom treatment to each tract to best serve its individual needs, whether it requires more water, has sandy soil, or just needs constant reassurance that its haircut looks good.

14600 W Grange Ave
New Berlin,
WI
US

Certified by the National Fireplace Institute and the Chimney Safety Institute of America, the professional sweeps from Badgerland Chimney keep chimneys free of buildup and working properly. The team clears blocked flues of excess soot and the occasional baby dragon. Additionally, the sweeps will inspect chimneys and fireplaces for leaks and issues that need repair, and clean dryer vents to reduce the risk of fire.

15417 W National Ave Suite 53
New Berlin,
WI
US

Keep it Green by Grounds Keeper, Inc.'s professionals restore order to outdoor spaces with services designed to keep landscapes green and patios polished. Members of the Association of Professional Landscape Designers, they dole out tender loving care to turf with thatching and aeration services and by thwarting potentially harmful invasions by grubs, Japanese beetles, crabgrass, and pool salesmen. Membership with the National Association of the Remodeling Industry and the Metropolitan Builders Association makes the team well-suited to tackle design projects ranging from stone-wall construction to the building of outdoor kitchens and fire pits. Colder months call them back to plots to help homeowners to shovel or plow their way out after heavy snowfalls.

W300N7639 Christine Ln
Hartland,
WI
US