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has become a leading residential painting company in uptown and coastal San Diego. The services are marked by exceptional qual- ity and dependability. Chism Brothers employs workers of exemplary character, trains them as craftsmen and exceeds client expectations.


Craftsman Foundation Repair 3528 Adams Ave. 92116


(619) 255-1230


craftsmanfoundation.com Prior to remodeling your classic home, it is important to ensure that the underlying infrastructure is in good shape. Older homes were often built by master builders and archi- tects who cared about their product. At Craftsman Founda- tion Repair, we bring that at- titude and combine it with top quality construction methods and materials to ensure the future performance of your classic home. While other repair companies cut corners to lower their prices or inflate claims of distress in order to maximize profits, we believe our reputa- tion has and will serve us in good times and bad. We have been in business since 1994, and while we perform all types of foundation repairs, our special- ty and passion is working on houses built before WWII. We are located at 3528 Adams Ave. in Normal Heights. Call us for a free estimate at (619) 255-1230 or visit: craftsmanfoundation. com


Olive Branch Green Building Suppy


3030 North Park Way (North Park) 92104


(619) 237-1234 Olive Branch Green Building


supply offers energy-efficient and healthy building materials for homeowners, designers and builders. We are San Diego’s only exclusively green build- ing supply showroom, offering Zero VOC paint and zero VOC tint. We mix Yolo paint and can make most all paint brand colors. We offer the healthi- est wall and floor coverings for your child’s bedroom. Monthly free talks with our ongoing “Speaker Series,” Tues., June 14, at 5:30 entitled “Green Roofs, Rainwater Harvesting and Grey Water Reuse.” Come listen to the professionals of “Building Green Futures” and ask questions about your ideas. And on Wed., July 13, at 5:30, join David Yetz, horti- culturist of the Water Conser- vation Garden will take the mystery out of drought toler- ant landscaping. Dave will also discuss native plant selection and cover planting techniques. We will be providing American Clay application classes soon. We would love feedback on your interest.


Design Studio West 7422 Girard Avenue La Jolla CA 92037 (858) 454-9133


designstudiowest.com


Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Poggenpolh showroom fea-


tures kitchen pieces marked by qual- ity, innovation, top global standards, original design and overall authen- ticity. The showroom is open to the public, including architects and in- terior designers, and offers complete kitchen design and installation ser- vices.


The Poggenpohl team works


diligently with clients—from con- ception to execution—to convert dreams into reality. We study each client’s vision to customize kitchens in unique form that reflect style, per- sonality and function within a given space. A beautiful living space enhances


quality of life. At Poggenpohl we honor the kitchen as a living space, not just as a cooking and cleaning area. We believe that because such tasks are part of the living experi- ence, we should perform them in a comfortable, inviting and beautiful environment. The kitchen works to sustain


life. Surely we must not dishonor such prized space with average standards. If you are ready to nurture your kitchen to a higher standard, let it reflect who you are, and improve your life, come to Poggenpohl, where can nur- ture your inspiration to fulfill your dreams!


Shades of Light 4501 Alabama St. San Diego CA 92116 (619) 546-4967


shadesoflightsd.com Located in the heart of University


Heights, Shades of Light San Diego has been serving the community since 2003. It specializes in unique window coverings and designs. Our staff welcomes residential and com- mercial customers with equal enthu- siasm.


The women at Shades of Light


are aesthetically intuitive designers, who have gained substantial knowl- edge during their many years in the industry. They understand the prod- ucts and they know how the instal- lation process works. They execute beautiful, functional projects that satisfy customer vision. They believe in strong customer service, commu-


nity involvement and environmental awareness. Recently, Shades of Light San Di-


ego provided window treatments for two notable green projects: The new Wellness Center at UCSD, a LEED certified development; and the US Green Council’s new West Coast of- fice in Del Mar. Call Shades of Light today for an appointment to visit our showroom.


The Mission at North Park 2801 University Ave. San Diego CA 92104 (619) 220-8992


themissionnp.signonsandiego.com Open daily: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Owners Fay Nakanishi, Debo-


rah Helm and Thomas Fitzpatrick thank “San Diego Uptown News” readers for voting The Mission best breakfast and brunch estab- lishment. We also congratulate and thank our staff for their hard work, which goes a long way in sustaining The Mission environ- ment. We are delighted to have success-


fully created The Mission concept— a café that provides simple, healthy, tasty, affordable food served with whimsical edge and artful presen- tation. We remain committed to serving fresh ingredients to our cus- tomers. In doing so, we contribute to a healthier and more conscien- tious world. This modern concept in healthy dining combined with pleasant surroundings is our spe- cialty. Our menu, which includes ev- erything from classic pancakes and sandwiches to modern Chino-Latino cuisine, satisfies all appetites. With three locations in San Diego—North Park, East Village, Mission Beach— The Mission allows customers to eat at one of the top 25 best breakfast spots in the country (“USA Today’s” Zagat Survey).


San Diego Uptown News | Sept. 30–Oct.13, 2011 Business Briefs Premier Massage consists


of a group of four massage therapist. Located in Mission Valley, Premier Massage offers a wide range of massage techniques fitted to individuals’ specific needs.


Oswell Melton, owner and therapist at the centre, said that Premier Massage clients are especially pleased that the therapists listen to and understand their needs and take the time to focus on them. Oswell enjoys working with individuals with physical issues. He says “I enjoy helping my clients to feel better”. “I am one of the few therapists around who truly takes the time to remove the tightness and restriction in the neck shoulders and back as well as other areas. Although we specialize in Couples Massages and Therapeutic Massages, we also provide many clients with our Special Swedish Massage, designed for relaxation and to ease away stress and tension. For some clients, however, having a massage is more than just relaxing. That’s why others seek a massage that is healing and results oriented. For these clients we provide therapeutic massage to reduce or eliminate pain and muscle tightness.


Therapeutic massage is a holistic way to heal many common and some not so common conditions. Sciatica, whiplash, edema, frozen shoulder, tight neck, Headaches/Migraines, carpal tunnel, back pain, knee and foot pain are among a few conditions that can be treated with massage. Unfortunately not all massage therapists specialize in working with these conditions. Our role as therapeutic massage therapists is to focus on the areas of concern, determine the muscle or muscles causing the pain or tightness and manipulate soft tissue. Manipulating the soft tissue helps restore the proper blood flow and pliability of the muscles to their correct state of function. We also take the responsibility to teach our clients how to modify their lives and to get better quickly and to avoid the problem in the future. Our clients are male and female, and couples of all ages and body types. For more information on the massages and pricing at Premier Massage centre you can visit their website at www. premiermassagesd.com or by calling Premier Massage at (415) 935-6667.


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