Well, we made it through 3/5ths of our week of Jury Duty without being called to serve — and we’re pretty sure that we’re not getting called at this point, so it’s time to lift the “CLOSED” sign off the home page and welcome new customer inquiries. The week of March 2nd is already fully … Continue reading
Local photographer, Toby Harriman, captured some amazing aerial photos over San Francisco last month, and we’re pleased to share one on the blog this week, along with this link to a video of the acrophobia-inducing endeavor. Why, there are literally hundreds of our customers’ homes and businesses captured in this frame — and if your … Continue reading
February already? How did that happen? And — yes — I realize that the answer to that question is 31 revolutions of the planet since New Year’s Day, but still… First things, first. This week’s local photo comes from the cover of SFist, with grateful acknowledgment to — if not actual permission from — co-editor, … Continue reading
Just a brief update this week — we’re open, but our calendar is filling quickly. We’re responding to updates hourly, so you should have rates and availability shortly after your submission.
Cafe Du Nord closed its doors last weekend, in advance of an upcoming major renovation. In our never-ending quest for charming San Francisco photography, we sometimes venture outside of the 94109 zip in order to bring soothing images and important news to prospective customers — as well as tell you a little bit more about … Continue reading
It’s a little late for “Happy New Year!” but thanks to the nasty strain of the flu that’s been hammering San Francisco — the entire country, from what we’re reading — this is the first chance we’ve had to flip over the “closed” sign on the website and start accepting new customers in 2014. That’s … Continue reading
The workshop is currently (and temporarily) CLOSED and we not responding to new customer inquiries until Tuesday, January 7th, 2014. Please accept our sincere apologies for being unable to serve you at this time.
Russian Hill gives us some unique perspectives, like this one on Filbert Street at Jones.
After several weeks of downtime, following time out of town to attend to a family emergency, we’ve re-opened the workshop and are setting about the task of fielding and responding to new customer inquiries. Currently, we’re in the process of completing a number of previously scheduled jobs for existing customers, so lag-time between inquiries and … Continue reading