Family patriarch Nordy Rockler opened the doors of his first store in 1954 to supply his fellow craftsmen with knowledge, friendly advice, and a large selection of tools for at-home woodworking projects. Now, the chain of retail outlets brims with more than 20,000 tools and specialized woodworking equipment. Next to a steely rainbow of hinges, casters, and screws, a supply of lumber and exotic hardwoods provides planks for building tree houses or just leaving around as a warning to uncooperative trees. The tenor buzz of power tools operated by newly knowledgeable guests drifts from educational sessions on operating equipment and woodworking.
The certified technicians at MWJ Heating travel to customers' homes to diagnose and fix any problems with household heating systems. During the 45-minute inspection, a furnace specialist will investigate domestic heat conjurers of all types, ensuring properly functioning chambers, flowing ducts, and soot-free Yule logs. After assessing and repairing temperature-regulating troubles, the mechanical troupe will leave manors securely heated and free from midwinter breakdowns and unsolicited snowman intrusions.
D3 Custom Home Repairs’ experienced crews freshen homes with painting and handyman services and small- to large-scale home remodeling. Professionals can update living rooms with brand-new wood flooring, plug leaky faucets, or slather vibrant new paint onto bedroom walls to cover up unwanted posters. Co-owner Doug Delameter and his father helm the team, drawing on more than 30 years of home-improvement experience.
Viking Blinds is a family-owned-and-operated provider of quality custom window-coverings from Hunter Douglas. With quality wood ($122 for a 36"x36" value blind; $136 for premium) or two-inch aluminum blinds ($116 for 36"x36"), you can suspiciously survey the neighborhood riffraff before letting go with a satisfying snap. Or perhaps you'll find joy performing shadow-puppet shows on soft honeycomb shades ($111 for 30"x30"; $126 for 36"x36") before an audience of tomato-stuffed mason jars. Make sure with today's deal your window-coverings block out the platinum-fringed leaves in the forest homes of obscenely wealthy squirrels, which also shut out the harsh rays of the sun at their convenience.
The experienced technicians at Super Seal Sealcoating have been seal-coating driveways and parking lots for 16 years. They begin the seal-coating process by cleaning the asphalt with brushes, brooms, and blowers, before mixing an asphalt emulsion with slate, sealer, and other additives to strengthen and bind the product without using coal tar or duct tape. Lastly, they power-edge the border of the driveway and apply the emulsion with a 4-foot microbristle brush for a uniform finish. Once the techs are finished, driveways must be blocked off for 24?36 hours to prevent marks from car tires or buffalo stampedes. In addition to sealing surfaces, techs also use hot rubberized fillers to fix cracks.
The fixit folk of All American Sealcoatings help homeowners and other asphalt-owners maintain driveways and pavements with a range of repair and refurbishing services. They can repair driveway cracks and sidewalk fissures with a rubberized material before coating the asphalt with a two-step sealcoat, which protects paved surfaces from the rigors of the weather and the weight of a wayward mastodon. Patching, paving, paint-striping can ensure the longevity of a new parking lot, and resurfacing can fix "sunk aprons"—depressions found at the border of driveways.