The Town of Springdale incorporated in has a population 2, as of the census. The Town offers sanitation and police services while contracting for other services. Springdale operates on a Council form of government with an elected Mayor and six Town Council members. The Town currently has 16 employees. The Town is looking for a contractor to provide attractive signage for our corridor on Platt Springs Road where the corridor crosses Wattling Road and Rainbow Drive, as well as new signage for Town Hall, located at Platt Springs Road. The sign for Town Hall should be a monument sign that will identify Town Hall to visitors as well as provide information via LED panels. The requirements for the contractor are as follows:. In developing the RFP, the Town of Springdale has worked to ensure that it contains enough information for a firm to prepare an adequate proposal.
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Scenic Home Inspections not only holds the aforementioned credentials but prides itself on going above and beyond the state license requirements and association standards. Upon completion of the home inspection we will compile a complete narrative of our findings with visual references from the home highlighting any problem areas and recommendations. Thermal imaging, although not a replacement for a home inspection, allows the inspector to see the home being inspected in a whole new light. The thermographic device detects infrared rays or in laymen's terms the different amounts of heat surfaces give off. This allows the inspector to see problems that would be impossible to detect with the naked eye including poor electrical connections, insulation deficiencies, air leaks, water infiltration, pest problems, and more.