Home Services in Outer Mission


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  • Bay Area Professional Cleaning
    Like good campers, the professional cleaners at Bay Area Professional Cleaning have left every place cleaner than they found it for more than 15 years. Whether they're sprucing up homes, offices, or schools, they tackle each job with attention to detail and services tailored to their clients' needs. In addition to housecleaning standbys such as complete kitchen scrub downs and bathroom cleanings, they can also clean carpets and provide add-on services such as changing bed linens, cleaning ovens, and hosing down the attic ghost.
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    4685 Mission St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Red Bowl Noodles
    In Focus: Red Bowl Noodles Speciality: freshly made noodles paired with savory broths and sauces Inspiration: The authentic flavors of Chaezhou, a city in China that’s famous for its noodle soups and is the birthplace of many of Red Bowl Noodles’s recipes Noodle varieties: rice stick, egg, vermicelli, and glass Must-try dishes: beef stew egg noodles, crispy combination noodle, fried pork skins Vegetarian options?: Yes, including a stir-fry with veggies and tofu over brown rice Portions:: the opposite of skimpy (big appetites welcome)
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    6917 Mission St
    Daly City, CA US
  • Handy Petes Christmas Light Hanging
    Pete Spediacci was not only gifted with this grandfather's name but also his knack for fixing up homes. So it only made sense when he took over the family house-painting business, which was originally established in 1926. To this day, Pete upholds his grandfather's mission of offering quality care to each customer, whether he?s painting the interior and exteriors of houses and office buildings, decorating them with Christmas lights, or installing rooftop landing strips for future alien invasions. The licensed, bonded, and insured handyman also instills a long list of safety precautions as he properly handles and disposes of cleaning solutions and paint residue.
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    190 Maynard St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Park 77
    Park 77 hydrates palates with drink specials and entertains patrons with beer-pong courts, arcade games, and billiards tables. The neighborhood sports bar boasts an outdoor patio and beer garden, where guests can mingle and wildlife can catch up on favorite sporting events playing on a jumbo, outdoor TV. Inside, pub fare circles the crowds, light emanating from flat-screen TVs flickers across cartoon pinup girls on pale yellow walls, and a long, wood-paneled bar pours draft selections including Guinness, Fat Tire, and Stella Artois. Within the expansive interior, heated games of pinball and skeeball set the backdrop for themed gatherings, such as College Fridays.
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    77 Cambon Dr
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Painting Studio
    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.
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    300 Chenery St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • AB Plumbing
    A.B. Plumbing’s licensed and insured staffers trundle their pipe-fixing equipment around in their trucks, each connected to radio dispatch to respond to sewer emergencies within the hour at any hour. The plumbers and technicians descend on homes armed with modern equipment and extensive training to deliver Heimlich maneuvers to choked drains, exorcise garbage disposals from the ghosts of waste buildup, and rescue showers from the horrors of listless water pressure. A.B. Plumbing’s team also installs water heaters, re-pipes sewer lines, and removes tree roots or full-grown redwoods that have grown into toilets.
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    507 Oxford St
    San Francisco, CA US

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