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  • Two Men & A Truck
    The licensed and insured movers at Two Men and a Truck transport personal and business possessions safely from A to B without surcharges or fuel costs. A two-person team takes care of all phases of the box-hauling process, from packing and fighting off yard gnomes to unpacking, surgically extracting stress from the moving process. Careful packing in uniformly shaped boxes lends order to the proceedings, and layers of moving blankets and a layer of clear plastic keep nervous furniture from totally freaking out. The movers? flexible schedule allows for evening and weekend moves. For the small- and medium-sized business moves they tackle, they can move after hours to allow for businesses to open the next morning.
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    1724 Bath Road
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Kingston Disposal
    Kingston Disposal’s junk truckers clear out unwanted stuff of every stripe, including garbage, construction waste, appliances, and scrap metal. Fully licensed and insured, the team deals with waste in an eco-friendly and safe manner. Staffers divert as many disposed items from landfills as possible through recycling and reuse, whether by donating usable materials to charities or giving old dishwashers to young giants playing house.
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    640 Alfred St
    Battersea, ON CA
  • Burke's Home Center
    Burke's Home Center offers among the best treatment in the medical profession in Oswego. Medical checkups are just some of the many medical treatments and services that this facility has to offer. When you can't shake that bitter fever, know that Burke's Home Center is here to help you get back on your feet.
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    38 E 2nd St
    Oswego, NY US
  • Potter Heating & Air Conditioning
    Heating and air-conditioner installation has traditionally been a male-dominated field—that is, until Suzanne Kondra-DeFuria busted onto the scene. As one of only two women in New York to earn her heating license, Suzanne proved she could tune-up gas furnaces and improve a home’s air quality with the best of them. Getting the respect she deserved didn’t come easy, though. When she took the reins from Homer Potter, who started Potter Heating and Air Conditioning in 1944, she found that many of the company’s longtime customers and employees were unaccustomed to dealing with a powerful female executive. By putting her extensive education, experience, and Golden Rule leadership style to use, however, she eventually earned respect from her colleagues and clients, and she even became the first woman to serve as president of the Syracuse Heating and Air Conditioning Contractors Association. In fact she’s so tough that even while battling cancer she continued to grow the business and sit on the board of directors for multiple charitable institutions, including St. Joseph’s Hospital and AIDS Community Resource. Today, she continues to channel her passion and impossibly strong work ethic into helming Potter Heating and Air Conditioning. Her team of seasoned experts travel to homes and commercial businesses with one goal in mind: to maximize comfort. To achieve this, they do everything from installing new furnaces and state-of-the-art Bryant air conditioners to fabricating their own ductwork to improve a home’s energy efficiency. And they even maintain a 24-hour emergency service, meaning they’re always available to handle any issues that arise or to remove any half-man, half-dust creatures found lurking in the ducts.
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    4004 New Court Ave
    Syracuse, NY US
  • Mosquito Authority - Syracuse
    Established: 2010 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 2–10 people Average Duration of Services: 30 minutes or less
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    8888 Brewerton Road
    Brewerton, NY US
  • Green Thumb Market
    Don and Donna Maines opened Green Thumb Markets in 1971, where they began cultivating buds alongside their young son, David. Though Don and Donna have retired, visitors can still spot David, his wife, and his four boys working in their greenhouse. They tend geraniums, prune roses, and discuss customers’ gardening concerns and methods for keeping lazy poets from using their roses as similes. Giant hanging baskets dangle from the ceiling, the electrically hued, trumpet-shaped blossoms of petunias spilling forth and tangling with ivy geraniums. On the ground, colorful rows of perennials, annuals, and vegetables thrive alongside a variety of topsoils, compost, and environmentally friendly mulches. The Maines family also runs an onsite bakery, which they stock with their own homemade ice cream, cookies, and pies.
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    3321 US Route 11
    La Fayette, NY US
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