Magic of Mahwah Mahwah Tree can handle any job rees add value to every landscape, offering protection from the elements, splashes of vibrant color, and all-important curb appeal. But any homeowner knows that taking care of trees properly can be a huge responsibility. Mahwah Tree, located at 160 Franklin Turnpike, Mahwah, is ready to help. Partners Tim Sheekey of Waldwick and Dave Weidmuller of Oakland have spent the last 11 years in business together, caring for local landscapes and providing knowledgeable tree care for homeowners throughout the area. Tim Sheekey and Dave Weidmuller These local residents are pleased to put their expertise to work for you, helping clients get the work done properly at a reasonable price. “Cutting trees isn’t the only thing we do,” Tim explains. “We have a full-service tree care company. “We will prune trees, offer advice on plant health care, and provide removal services when necessary. Mahwah Tree also provides spraying and fertilization programs.” Tim is registered with the DEP as a licensed pesticide applicator. Tim is a certified arborist through the ISA – the International Society of Arborculture – an educational achievement that enhances Mahwah Tree’s professionalism. “As a certified arborist I’m able to diagnose problems and make recommendations to save trees or remove them,” Tim explains. Anyone who is considering tree work, but is concerned about their overall landscape should note that Mahwah Tree recently invested in state-of-the-art equipment that has been specifically designed to reduce the impact of tree work on homeowners’ properties. Tim and Dave care about your trees and landscaping and are proud of their perfect safety record – quite an accomplishment over 11 years. But they would never take a risk: “We carry workers’ compensation and liability insurance,” Tim states. The combination of up-to-date equipment and knowledgeable, professional owners makes Mahwah Tree an excellent choice for jobs – large or small. Call Tim and Dave at (201) 236-2429 or (201) 684-1700 for a free consultation today. March 25, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • Page 17 T Get star treatment at Beverly Hills Hand Car Wash tuart Rosenberg founded Beverly Hills Hand Car Wash & Detailing in 1992 with the goal of treating customers the way he wants to be treated: with respect. From the start, he pledged to provide complete automobile detailing using top quality products. Stuart’s motto is: “If I wouldn’t use it on my car, I certainly won’t use it on yours.” In addition to serving many private customers, Beverly Hills handles detailing for several car dealerships. “If you want something done right, come to us,” Stuart insists. His business is the only full-service hand car wash and detailing in the Mahwah, Ramsey, and Suffern (NY) area. He points out that automatic car washes wash a vehicle, but his staff cleans your car. At every stage, a staff member is working by hand. Stuart points out that a machine cannot determine that it has missed a spot and go back to fix its mistake. “Service is our hallmark,” he Stuart Rosenberg adds. “We treat you and your car like a star.” Stuart is proud to offer quality work at a fair price. When he extends a discount, he is clear about the original price of the service and exactly what a client can expect to pay. “My worst nightmare is that someone will be less than satisfied and won’t tell us,” he adds, noting that he is willing to take action to make any situation right. Stuart says he treats his employees like family and many have stayed with Beverly Hills since the enterprise opened. Customers, he says, love to see familiar faces. Stuart has great respect for his community and is happy to help people when they ask for support. His business also helps to fund four scholarships at Mahwah High School. Beverly Hills Car Wash is a member of the Mahwah Regional Chamber of Commerce and was Business of the Year in 2004. Stuart has been a member of the Mahwah Chamber Board of Directors for the last 11 years. He is also co-chair of the Mahwah Chamber Golf Outing, which will be held at the Tuxedo Club on Sept. 21 This year. For information about the outing, call Stuart at the car wash. Visit Beverly Hills at 110 Cedar Hill Avenue, Mahwah (one block off Franklin Turnpike). Phone (201) 529-4040. S Mention this article to receive 10% off through April 15, 2009. You May Not Need a New Driveway… racks and potholes do not necessarily mean that you need a completely new driveway, according to Rich of McFarlane Driveway Restoration. The McFarlane family has a history of servicing the Bergen/Passaic area. Getting a new driveway costs thousands of dollars, but Rich and his crew are ready to restore the driveway you have as an economical alternative with the latest Asphalt recyRich McFarlane cling and infrared equipment available. They are a Blacktop Company that has gone GREEN! McFarlane Driveway Restoration fills potholes with hot asphalt – not cold fill that rapidly decays. The hot asphalt is then melted along the edges, forming a direct seal with the driveway. Best yet – your driveway will be ready for traffic within 24 hours. It seems Rich was destined to get into the family business. His parents drove him home from the hospital – his very first ride -- in a paving truck, a safe choice for the newborn given the blizzard conditions that day. As he grew up, Rich heard potential customers asking if the company repaired potholes, which it did not at the time. Rich decided this area would be a great niche for him, and his success in this specialty area followed. Ask Rich and his team how they can help you extend the life of your current driveway. His company also applies seal coat to help protect driveways against deterioration. Rich recommends resealing the driveway at least every two years to replenish asphalt, which can become aged and weathered. Restore yours today! They have kept their 2008 prices and are honoring 2008 estimates too. No job is too small. McFarlane Driveway Restoration is a member of the Mahwah Regional Chamber of Commerce. They welcome all commercial and residential clients. Call their friendly office staff for your free consultation today at (201) 560-0222 or visit online at C Find courtesy and convenience at Hampshire Self Storage o you have something that needs to be stored outside of your home or office? Hampshire Self Storage can help. Enjoy the flexibility of month-to-month leases, free carts to transport large or heavy items, and impeccable customer service. Manager Joel Graves adds that Hampshire Self Storage provides 24-hour digital video surveillance and a well-lighted parking area. Clients choose their own personal identificaJason McCauley and Joel Graves tion numbers for access. The facility has four entrances, two of which have keypads. The extra-wide circular driveway offers plenty of room and maneuverability, and there is ample space inside, with three floors and over 1,000 storage units. Joel explains that many local businesses and sales representatives store merchandise at Hampshire Self Storage for convenience. Local residents find the facility a boon, especially when they are moving. Joel notes that moving supplies, including boxes, packing materials, and tape can be purchased in the office. Hampshire Self Storage, which was previously Raia Self Storage, is very involved in the local community, and sponsors the Mahwah Ambulance Corps and Fire Department. The facility is also a collection site for Toys for Tots. Charities and businesses are invited to ask about VIP pricing. Please call to learn about our future fundraisers in April and May as well as our monthly storage specials. Hampshire Self Storage is located at 100 Micik Lane in Mahwah (off Franklin Turnpike one mile north of Kinchley’s). Phone (201) 512-0400 for information or visit Office hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9-6; Thursday, 9-8; and weekends, 10-4. Units are accessible from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. D