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  • Liz Pearce - We just signed up for Ridwell and are so excited about it. The kids are even getting involved! I love not feeling guilty about disposing of plastic film, batteries, and more the wrong way. Phew.
    Adam Doppelt - Great way to responsibly recycle old batteries, build and those guilt-inducing styrofoam blocks. Local business, just getting started.
    Omar Shahine - Recently signed up and have already had two pickups. The plastic and threads bag is always full and Iove the rotating categories like back to school supplies, non perishable food etc.
  • 1476 Elliott Ave W, Seattle • Interbay
    Adam Doppelt - I spent so much money here. Many times. Great service including delivery. Oh, and the warehouse sale is actually fun. I just need to show some restraint when faced with all that chrome.
    Shauna Swerland Youssefnia - we get all of our appliances here - recommend!
    Omar Shahine - Fantastic appliance company.
    recommended by Troy Dennis, Piragash, Ben Shorr
  • 4411 Leary Way NW, Seattle • Ballard
    Liz Pearce - No fuss, great work.
    Omar Shahine - They clean our carpets every year and do a good job.
    Sara Eizen - This is just who you go to for carpet cleaning!
  • 7025 38th Ave NE, Seattle • Wedgwood
    Kirby Winfield - Sara knows how to get things ship shape in a hurry!
    Lindsay Pedersen - Sara is friendly and easygoing, and is particularly good at helping small spaces feel open and organized.
    Shannon Garbaccio - Sara is AMAZING! She's a great listener, she has spectacular vision and she knows everyone YOU need to know. Her design projects speak for themselves and her organizing tips and tricks are second to none. She has a very large skill set, she can do anything! If your house needs remodeled or refreshed call her immediately.
  • 7116 220th St SW 1, Mountlake Terrace
    Liz Pearce - They did a solid job installing central air in my home. The post-install inspection process was a bit of a mess (unclear what was happening when and if someone needed to be home) but otherwise good work.
    Adam Doppelt - They did a nice job with my attic AC install. There were bumps along the way, but they fixed the problems quickly and threw in some free maintenance to smooth things over. Clearly they care about the customer.
    Kirby Winfield - Prompt response to water heater issue/questions on a Sunday morning. Gave a quote for a new heater via text message Sunday afternoon. Installed beautifully Tuesday!
  • 4200 24th Ave W, Seattle • Magnolia
    Omar Shahine - These guys are simply fantastic. They are also very expensive but worth every $. Their attention to detail, follow-up and desire to get it right are amazing. When anything is a miss they correct it in the moment. They provide daily written reports of their work and a final check through. Fantastic employees.
    Tom Laramee - Alejandro is the horse whisperer of wall prep for painting. He's incredibly skilled and dedicated to his craft. If you have a gig that you really, really want done well, these guys can help.
    Steven A. Chayer - Queen Anne will travel to your neighborhood and they are an excellent long-time Seattle painting firm. I was in the business for 40 years and I respected the work they did.
  • 9701 15th Ave NW, Seattle • Crown Hill
    Adam Doppelt - My family loves Swansons and we go there several times a year. They put on a great show for the kids. Before Halloween we bring the kids for the little hay maze. During the holidays we visit for Curly the camel, the reindeer, Santa, and the train set. It has a special place in our family history due to all the photos we've taken. Fun!
    Laura - Fantastic professionals. I've come here with sad little plant leaves trying to diagnose what the heck is going on with my plants. The team is super helpful at figuring out the problem and giving me reasonable solutions. Don't forget their #askswanson Twitter hashtag so you can ask questions via Twitter.
    Carly Kiser - Incredibly knowledgable and helpful on all things from questions to garden inspiration. Their cafe and gift shop are wonderful, and a great place to visit. We are there almost every weekend with our small children!
    recommended by Maria Hess, Jessica Eggert
  • Liz Pearce - I just started working with Kelly based on the recommendation from Sara Eizen. She's been helping me get my new house in working order and it seems like she can do it all. She's super friendly and flexible and has already saved me lots of headaches. Highly recommended!
    Sara Eizen - Who says a handyman has to be a man? The Fixit Sisters are GREAT handywoman!!!
    Ben Shorr - thefixitsisters.com High quality work. Thoughtful and responsible - and really sisters!
  • 2442 NW Market St 599, Seattle • Ballard
    Omar Shahine - They have done a bunch of electrical work for us and have worked out really well.
    Ryan Bruss - I needed some GFCI outlets installed and my breaker panel looked at. The outlets were a quick change and the electrician gave me lots of info about the panel. He could have recommended changing it and I probably would have done it, but it's a big expense and gave me his honest opinion that it probably doesn't need to be changed, but that I should keep an eye on it. I appreciate that he told my what he would do if it was his house.
    Melinda Torres - They are pros and do a great job.
  • 3600 Wallingford Ave N, Seattle • Wallingford
    Adam Doppelt - Finally JAS started offering handyman services. A real lifesaver. Organized and reasonably priced. Nice work.
    Chris Manderino - Great job fixing some cabinetry, my grill and some touch up stain work on my deck. I’ll definitely use them again.
    Bill Carr - They aren’t cheap, but their work is high quality and they won’t exceed their budgets. Great design capabilities too.
    recommended by Kyle Rolfe, Piragash, Fiona Lennard

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Jacob Hollenbeck
3 days ago • Delridge
Wondering what everyone thinks of adding air filtration to their central air, and if the allergens in Seattle are worth the investment? Curious to ...
2 replies
2 days ago
Ryan Bruss You want to make sure to change the filters every 90 days. When I lived in Texas ours were really gross after just a few months. I would hate to have been breathing all that in unnecessarily.
Adam Doppelt Yes, you should use filters and spend a few minutes picking the right one. You want to get a filter that can handle Seattle's wildfire smoke, and if you spend a bit more it'll even filter out many viruses. Never thought that would be important...

Higher MERV numbers will cost a bit more and put a bit more strain to your HVAC. I would categorize filters as generally pretty cheap, though, and modern HVAC should be able to handle the load. Last summer we put in Nordic Pure MERV 12 for wildfire smoke. This summer we are using MERV 14 to minimize virus exposure. I had to order those directly from Nordic Pure since Amazon didn't carry our filter size.

Also see our post on wildfire smoke which has some info on standalone filters. We use Coway units downstairs. freshchalk.com/blog/preppin...
Edward Nevraumont
6 days ago • Queen Anne
Hi, We have two pear trees in front of our house. Apparently they have “pear rust”. Our research says we should have done something in April. We di...
4 replies
3 days ago
Josh Barnard We used TapRoot Tree Care for some tree pruning and were really happy with them; not sure how much they do with fruit tree care but definitely work a call!
Adam Doppelt Following... I have a tree that needs attention and our tree guy is more of a chainsaw kinda person
Liz Pearce I reached out to the Master Gardener I've been working with (Peter Lavagnino) to get his recommendations, and he had three: Legendary Tree, Renaissance Tree Care, an Tolt Tree Care.
Robert Crimmins
6 days ago • Seattle
As the pool rehab project continues, next step is to install a new gas heater... which means extending a gas line out to our garage where the pump ...
7 replies
6 days ago
Robert Crimmins Hey @amd, I just called and Blue Flame answered the phone. I suppose maybe they got acquired?
Meredith Fife Hi Robert, I am not sure what phone number we had for Energy Works, but I have corrected it in our system. Try this number- 425.409.5661. I apologize for the confusion. Thanks for the call out!
Robert Crimmins Thanks, @meredf , I called the new number. Found out that the guy who founded Blue Flame sold it and started a new company, Energy Works. I set up an site visit for next week.
Laurel Buckner
6 days ago • Mount Baker
We have a great, bright, sunlit patio (over a two car garage) which has big trees on one side and is very private but open to a driveway and close ...
2 replies
6 days ago
Sara Eizen Definitely recommend Cindy Hazard with Trillium Designs trilliumgardendesigns.com
Laurel Buckner Thanks!
Kristy Morrison
8 days ago • Seattle
We are considering painting the exterior of our 1932 stucco house. It's never been painted, and the stucco is in good shape. I want to look at gett...
4 replies
7 days ago
Marston Gould Hello Kristy. Having owned several older homes myself (including my current 1927) I very, very highly recommend Hector Samayoa. Hector's team is not only extremely professional, they do all the little things that many, many other painters won't. First off, no sprays. Never. They only brush and role. You will notice the difference, believe me. Second off, the prep they do to tapping everything off carefully is second to none. I can say without a doubt that our last home sold for about 25% above list almost completely due to the paint job that Hector did inside and out. His number is: (206) 432-1748 freshchalk.com/hector-samay...
Kristy Morrison Thank you @dangerbruss and @Marston
Shannon Garbaccio Check out Welliver Painting - located in Mukilteo. No spraying, color matching on site and small meticulous crews!