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  • Higher Ground Rainwater Systems NC
    The technicians at Higher Ground Rainwater Systems like the look of a cloudy sky?they just want to make sure that any rain that falls ends up in the right place. To that end, they clean out gutters and install protection systems with meshed steel that repels debris. With water now routed correctly, the technicians might build harvesting systems, which capture rainwater in secure tanks either above ground or below the earth. That stored rainwater can either irrigate yards or tie into a home's plumbing system, cutting down on water bills and allowing for the purest of homemade lemonades. When not dealing with rain, Higher Ground's technicians also wash windows and home exteriors, relying on pressurized water for the latter task.
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    52 Brevard Road
    Asheville, NC US
  • Designer Maid
    The team at Designer Maid tidies up homes and commercial facilities with unusually meticulous care?which makes sense when you consider that the owners also run an industrial janitorial business. Running that business has armed Michael and Shirley Wells with the know-how to tackle the grimy kitchens, messy living rooms, and unkempt commercial work sites they encounter each day. The team shows up to each location wielding environmentally friendly cleaning products designed to vanquish dirt and odors without leaving behind any caustic fumes or inappropriate thought bubbles.
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    990 Sweeten Creek Rd
    Asheville, NC US
  • Biltmore Tool and Supply
    Chelsea's Tea and Gifts dishes up a palatable menu of casual lunch and brunch fare in a quaint, Victorian-inspired setting. A rich Monte Cristo sandwich enrobes batter-dipped Texas toast in dustings of powdered sugar and maple syrup ($10.95), and tomato, basil pesto, balsamico, and mixed cheeses play a unique rendition of the classic grilled cheese?s flavor notes ($9.95). Made-from-scratch soups du jour ($3.95 cup/$5.25 bowl) flood bellies with a dizzying flavor rotation, befriending bread-bordered comestibles in a soup-and-sandwich combo ($11.95). The artisanal cheese and fruit board matches fragrant fromages from the Asheville Farmer's Market with fresh fruit, country-pork terrine, and grilled bread with basil pesto ($12.95). Seasonal Sunday brunch graces tabletops from March through December, and lunch makes an appearance Monday?Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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    6 Roberts Rd
    Asheville, NC US
  • Ashley Furniture Home Store
    An affordable and monumental selection of plush beds, sturdy end tables, and stylish home accessories mingle good-naturedly in Ashley Furniture HomeStore?s warehouse. Pick up a Matrix accent chair in a bevy of academic hues, such as scarlet, black, and chocolate brown, then use it to accent your next book-club meeting?s discussion of Lego Star Wars. Ashley Furniture's wide selection of sofas ($299+) make symbiotic pairs with night stands and side tables (available for under $100). Augment somnolence and fill the skeletal squares of empty bed frames with mattress sets from household brands such as Simmons and Ashley's own Ashley Sleep.
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    83 S Tunnel Rd
    Asheville, NC US
  • Turning Leaf Tree Service
    Turning Leaf Tree Service's arborists spend plenty of quality time with Mother Nature, making sure her trees are healthy enough to stretch their leafy branches into the sky. The considerate crew refuses to wear climbing spurs while ascending trees, leaving bark unscathed as it inspects trees for any issues such as disease or hemlock problems. When it’s time to bid farewell to trees that become too ill or pursue careers as Louisville Sluggers, Turning Leaf’s staffers remove the trees and dispose of the remnants. They also remove brush and trim the branches to improve views from the house, and perform air spading and pruning on request.
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    108 Rockdale Rd.
    Swannanoa, North Carolina US
  • The Regeneration Station
    The Regeneration Station’s mission is simple: to keep serviceable furniture out of landfills. It achieves this with a rotating inventory of gently used furnishings, ranging from chests of drawers and headboards to locally made pottery. However, it also pursues its mission through "upcycling." Much like recycling, upcycling involves repurposing waste without just leaving it in the gutter until it turns into litter. However, rather than breaking waste down into its component raw materials, upcycling glams it up—the shop’s upcycled furniture has been rejuvenated with fresh coats of paint, new upholstery, and fresh design touches.
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    2002 Riverside Dr.
    Asheville, NC US

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