Mosquito Terminators annihilates its eponymous bloodsucking pests with potent, biodegradable mists. Barrier spray spritzed from a backpack-mounted blower slays bugs on contact, destroying insects—from garden-variety mosquitoes to gnats and biting flies—as they land on lawns and plants. Techs return every three weeks, or 1.5 mosquito years, during summer months to refresh chemical fortresses, or install automatic outdoor misting systems, which puff a low-concentration Safe Solutions insecticide into the air two to three times each day to continuously ward off winged invaders. Mosquito Terminators treats a range of spaces, from humble home lawns to larger commercial and municipal properties, such as parks, golf courses, and picnic grounds.
Mosquito Terminators license #: B2715
Burns Heating and Cooling dispatches fully licensed and insured technicians and an arsenal of tools to heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems throughout the Hartford area. Staffers prepare ACs for summertime with tune-ups and fresh Freon. Technicians also keep homes comfortable in wintertime after troubleshooting tricky furnaces. In addition to maintenance and repair, Burns replaces old heaters and ACs with efficient Energy Star appliances.
Oriental Rug & Carpet cleans. We clean all types of rugs as well as upholstery, and wall-to-wall. . Serving all areas of Connecticut since 1962. We Are a 2nd generation family run business, cleaning over 10,000 rugs a year. We make weekly trips to every corner of ct. and offer great in-shop cleaning deals!
NuAge Detection roots out bed bugs with the help of Julie, a certified canine bed-bug detector. To maintain privacy, the company also practices discretion throughout the course of the service, arriving in unmarked vehicles and wearing clothing without company logos.
Framed, which was named runner-up for Best Frame Shop in 2010 by readers of the New Haven Advocate, uses careful custom-framing techniques to produce well-balanced rectangles for all occasions. Overseen by 15-year framing veterans Liz Hellwig and Rocco Compitello, the staff at Framed meets with prospective project doers, ironing out the two-dimensional details for projects large and small. These canvas wranglers practice conservation framing, a technique that keeps pieces true to their original condition through the use of specialized glass and acid-free mat boards. Likewise, to ensure quality and a pleasant lack of presidential apparitions, all custom projects are constructed on-site, in the store's comprehensive workshop. Though framing rates vary from project to project, an average 18"x24" piece—including black wood frame, standard glass, and dry mounting—starts at approximately $66.