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Because contractors often specialize in specific services, homeowners are left to flip-flop between businesses for large-scale projects. To help alleviate this frustration, At Your Door offers four distinct refurbishment divisions: yard care, housecleaning, handyman work, and taffy pulling. If time remains after removing leafy debris from the yard, clients can solicit a technician for more complicated projects such as gutter cleanings, house painting, or hardwood floor installation.
399 Business Park Ct.
Windsor,
CA
US
Hatched by five lifelong friends, Five Star Painting is now 70 franchises strong with locations in the US, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil. All 70 adhere to the five friends’ initial mission to provide first-rate painting services while remembering they are guests in their customers’ homes. Besides executing projects flawlessly, they are always courteous, on time, and clean. With the same steadfastness and commitment to the customer, they also paint the inside and outside of commercial buildings.
1629 Weaverly Drive
Petaluma,
CA
US
The knowledgeable crew at Petaluma Paint & Color Service helps clients colorize surfaces with a vast cache of top-quality paints, stains, and finishes in a full spectrum of colors. Patrons can proffer furniture, décor items, or their neighbors’ lawn flamingos to the expert staffers, who then employ their astute eyes to recommend complementary paint palettes. The team draws from a huge collection of professional-level supplies by brands such as Devoe and Glidden.
239 Water St
Petaluma,
CA
US
Established: 2013 Handicap Accessible: No Staff Size: 2?10 people Parking: Parking lot Reservations/Appointments: Optional Most popular offering: Paint-your-own pottery Pro Tip: The price you see is the price you pay. There is no studio fee, no up-charge for special paints. Good for Kids: Yes Walk-ins Welcome: Yes Q&A with Nora, Owner What sets your business apart from your competition? We have over 160 options of pottery, almost 90 paints to chose from and hundreds of stamps and stencils. We also have glass and clay options. What was the inspiration for starting this business? We are a family run business. You will see myself and my children in the studio almost every day. This is a joy for us not a job. What?s your favorite part about your job? It's a new experience every day. Some days, we're getting seasonal items together. Other days, we're helping parents preserve baby memories or creating a special gift for a parent or a grandparent. This job allows us to share in people creating memories and enjoying each other's company. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? We want every experience to be enjoyable. We welcome both compliment and criticism. With that we will learn and grow.
5327 Jacuzzi Street
Richmond,
CA
US
The home is the biggest purchase people make, with the exception of those who bought limited-edition Beanie Babies in 1997. Because it's such a large investment, it's important to keep it looking its best. That's where interior decorators and the Dream House Company steps in. They meet with home sellers to stage homes, making rooms look their best to attract buyers. They also consult with new owners, or those simply looking for a change, helping them decorate and taking them on shopping trips to use her professional discount at several major homewares retailers.
1401 Park Avenu #408
Emeryville,
CA
US
Barbara Kaufman created her first painting in 1980. It was in a process class where she sat in front of a blank sheet of paper and felt ?A push. And this fear. And all this possibility and absolutely nothing at the same moment.? So she began scribbling, and something happened. ?Something always happens,? she says. ?That white paper never remains white.? It was an exhilarating feeling??an infectious feeling she hasn?t lost in more than 30 years as her paintings have accumulated and signposted her life as an artist, a teacher, a mother, and a cofounder of The CCE Painting Studio. Barbara wasn?t born with a brush in her hand??she came to painting later in life??yet she'd carved a path straight toward it without realizing. She had nurtured a teacher's patience as a certified speech therapist, played with ingredients and recipes while running a vegetarian restaurant in Europe, and found the joy of a journey when hitchhiking to San Francisco. These seemingly disparate events form, as she describes, a relationship with creativity?with life?that focuses on the exploration rather than on the product. It?s a relationship that she carries into the studio, where she encourages students to play with their own creative energy rather than work with visual prompts or technical advice. In a talk she gave entitled ?Stepping Into the Unknown? at Spirit Rock Meditation Center, she acknowledges that ?the process doesn?t listen to me.? But then adds that the key to her unprocessed method is, in fact, ?the letting go of control??the kicking and screaming.? Since her first painting kicked and screamed its way onto a blank piece of paper in 1980, Barbara has helped ?ignite the creative desires? of students from diverse stations in life. And above all else, her workshops are adventures, though without the typical treasure map and jetpack. Together, she and her students spend time exploring a life that is nothing but their own.
300 Chenery St
San Francisco,
CA
US
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