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Susan Stocker

I have an MFA in Poetry! I own Susan's Green Cleaning in Seattle! I am an ergophile, a bibliophile, and I love kind people.
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AA All City Appliance Repair
Appliances
AA All City Appliance Repair. Greg runs a great business, and is ethical. Great to work with.
City Vacuum & Sewing Center
Appliances
Great, honest company run by a super ethical family! They fix our cleaning company's Mieles and he charges a fair price, is fun to work with, and will make you laugh every time you go into his shop.
Eco Lighting Electric
Electrician
I love Daniel, the owner. He is always reasonably priced, quick, knowledgeable, careful, thoughtful, respectful, and honest. He is also just a super nice guy to work with, as are his employees. I purchased an older home several years ago, and every so often will get a wild hair about, say, adding a wall sconce on a wall, or adding an outlet directly behind a new table so no cords are showing, etc. He is always ready to give me a date he is available, completes the task at the price quoted, and always does beautiful work.
ES General Contractor
General Contractor
I hired Zeke Vicenio from ES General Contractor - they specialize in custom kitchen cabinets. He does beautiful work -- he did the cabinets under my stairs and, because my house is a hundred years old and not perfectly even, it was a challenge. They turned out gorgeous!
NW Hoarding
Junk Removal
This company is wonderful for taking loving, gentle care of hoarding situations. We've referred to them numerous times, and every time we've had great feedback. Hoarding can be such a delicate and sensitive issue -- often with the owner feeling vulnerable, judged, a bit lost or scared. This company approaches with kindness, and that is exactly what the hoarding doctor ordered!!
Ridwell
Recycling Services
Ridwell is amazing, and they recycle plastic film (the main reason I have them) -- this includes your Amazon Mailers! They also regularly collect batteries, light bulbs, "threads" (clothing), Styrofoam (fee is $9), and other items are rotated throughout the year: plastic forks etc., toner cartridges, toothpaste tubs, and tons of other things! I paid upfront and the entire year was only $120 (not including the Styrofoam pick ups).
Zerorez Carpet Cleaning
Carpet Cleaner
I recommend this company to all of our move out cleaning customers. They do GORGEOUS work! And they're green. And they're ethical! Anthony, the owner, is awesome. He donates carpet cleanings to good causes (youth homes, etc.) and so cares about his customers. They have a great odor removal service for homes that've had pet accidents. And on my furnished rental with some unexpected, and quite significant, staining on white chairs, they got all of the stains out and it looks brand new. They're reasonable, their cleaning disinfects without harsh chemicals, and I can't say enough about their customer service.

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Liz Pearce
24 days ago • Montlake
Hi, friends. Hoping someone in my network has some guidance on getting a home security system in place. Do you have a company that you’re happy wit...
Meredith Fife
about 1 month ago • Auburn
Hi Everyone, We are starting to think about a kitchen remodel and I was wondering if anyone has installed Semi-Handmade kitchen cabinets? If so, wh...
Susan Stocker
about 1 month ago • Seattle
I love my detailer, but I don't want to wait in the shop during COVID for it be done or risk taking an Uber back home while it's being detailed. Th...
Ryan Bruss
about 1 month ago • Redmond
After 2 years, the CO2 tank for my kegerator is finally empty. Does anyone have any idea where to get it filled? I first got it filled at a party s...
Kelly Crimmins
2 months ago • Seattle
I'm looking for some yummy restaurants that are adhering to CoVid guidelines with outside tables. We live in North Seattle, but will travel for a F...
Chris Boutee
2 months ago • Downtown
Getting ready to redo a kitchen in a 1939 home. Need an electrician's advice for lighting and electric outlet possibilities.
Linda Lowry
2 months ago • Seattle
Bloodworks NW, a non-profit and first responder that services 90+ local hospitals is in need of O+ blood donors. O+ blood supply has dropped by ove...
Maile Bohlmann
3 months ago • Ballard
Our dishwasher is broken and we've had an impossible time trying to get a repair person during this stay-at-home time. We've tried four people and ...
Ryan Bruss
4 months ago • Redmond
Does anyone know if Honeycrisp and Fuji apple trees will pollenate each other?
Detlef Schrempf
5 months ago • Bellevue
I know alcohol seems to help too but I hear the apps Headspace and Calm are pretty good.
Liz Pearce
6 months ago • Montlake
I promise, this was on my list long before the current crisis! But now that I have some extra time on my hands, I'd love to cross it off my list. W...
Anne Gravrock
7 months ago • Madison Park
This seems like the best forum for consumer reporting! We are in the market for a new vacuum. We are a family of 5 with a cat and soon to be dog ow...
Steve Banfield
9 months ago • West Seattle
Looking for a vacuum cleaner repair provider who can clean and unclog a vacuum without sucking all the cash out of my pocket.
Matt Gamboa
8 months ago • Bellevue
Anyone have experience replacing a 2014+ BMW battery? The local dealership is quoting way more than I expect. It's the first time I've had to repla...
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