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  • Invisible Fence Co
    The pet-loving technicians at Invisible Fence of New Orleans specialize in keeping man's best and furriest friends corralled, and happily so. Whether surrounding homes with a subterraneous containment system or setting up an indoor PetFree area, the techs design pet zones that match each owner's interests, then conduct training sessions to help dogs, cats, and dogs disguised as cats overcome their wanderlust. Invisible Fence's territory encroaches on the domains of bark control and behavioral training as well, and its efforts to improve the lifestyle of animals leads it straight into the world of pet doors, toys, heated wellness beds, and self-cleaning litter boxes.
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    405 Gretna Blvd
    Gretna, LA US
  • Harrys Ace Hardware
    In 1910, Harry Offner opened his first hardware shop on South Rampart Street in downtown New Orleans, setting the foundation for a local network of three retail stores with more than 27,000 items in stock and 90,000 more available through catalogs or the Ace Hardware website. Like a treasured heirloom or the gene for double-jointed elbows, the business has passed through three generations as Harry's grandkids currently mind the store to help homeowners and handy folks find cleaning and painting supplies, lawn-care implements, housewares, and tools from well-known brands. The knowledgeable staff also assists shoppers with a variety of services, from cutting keys and threading pipes to minor household repair jobs performed by licensed and insured handymen.
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    4817 General Meyer Ave.
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Computer Troubleshooters
    A high-tech computer tune-up is like a mountain spa retreat or month-long detox for your computer. Over time, the average personal computer accumulates a buildup of dust, viruses, spyware, and pigeon feathers that contribute to loss of power, incorrect shutdowns, and slow-running programs. The computer tune-up works on all these problems, determining the status of available virus protection and scanning for existing threats. Registry files are optimized, and unnecessary temp files, cookies, and unused programs removed. Erroneous start-up files are eradicated like so many reality-show contestants, while service packs and security updates are installed. The technician will also create a backup of your Windows registry and even clean the CD-ROM laser lens for an extra bit of personal polish.
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    2021 Lakeshore Drive
    New Orleans, LA US
  • River Ridge Electric
    River Ridge Electric helps home owners sleep soundly with a comprehensive safety inspection that identifies any rotten wires, smoldering sockets, or faulty filaments. Savvy electricians inspect the house?s main distribution panel and primary grounding system, as well as the air-conditioner and furnace disconnects, outlets, switches, and more. River Ridge Electric can also help pinpoint any persistent problems currently being remedied by an elaborate Rube Goldberg device that rewinds VHS tapes. Smoke alarms and carbon-monoxide detectors are also examined, ensuring they are up to snuff for an emergency situation.
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    1537 Edwards Ave
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Go Louisiana Green
    Go Louisiana Green is a home energy auditing company dedicated to helping our customers lower their monthly energy bill and live a healthier quality of life. By testing a home?s energy efficiency our trained technicians can determine the best possible energy efficiency upgrades for your home and save you money.
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    3600 Calhoun Street
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Save Our Cemeteries
    For more than three decades, Save Our Cemeteries has preserved the architectural and cultural beauty of historic cemeteries with restoration work, lectures, photography sales, and guided tours of the city's above-ground coffin repositories. At 10 a.m. from Friday through Sunday, cemetery sightseers can take a gander at the oven wall vaults and stone tombs of St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, which was founded in 1789 as the burial ground for famous Louisianan revolutionaries, chess champions, and voodoo queen Marie Laveau.
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    501 Basin St
    New Orleans, LA US
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