Best of Chico 2021: Goods & Services

Three cheers for the businesses that have seen our community through a pandemic

Pullins Cyclery

Ag/Growing Supplies

FIRST Place: Northern Star Mills
510 Esplanade, 342-7661
Since 1898, Chicoans have trusted Northern Star Mills for their farming needs, especially when it comes to their animals. That’s because the store, operating near downtown at its location on The Esplanade since 1933, stocks everything from dog and cat food to poultry and cattle feed. Northern Star Mills also carries fertilizer, soil and seeds for the garden.
SECOND Place: AG Mart
1334 Park Ave., 809-2367
THIRD Place: Tractor Supply Co.
2475 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Pkwy., 897-0669

Antiques Store

FIRST Place: Eighth & Main
Antique Center
745 Main St., 893-5534
Eighth & Main is huge! Across two buildings, it spans 29,000 square feet, housing vendors selling everything from vintage furniture to vinyl records. It’s a treasure trove that one could blissfully while away an entire day exploring.
SECOND Place (tie): Country Squyres’ Antiques
164 E. Third St., 342-6764
SECOND Place (tie): Little Red Hen Vintage
215 Main St., 894-1311

Appliance Store

FIRST Place: Ginno’s Kitchen & Appliance Center
2505 Zanella Way, 342-2182
Ginno’s is Chico’s largest independent appliance dealer, family-owned and -operated for more 50 years. The friendly staff not only offer a wide selection of the latest styles from leading manufacturers at their warehouse, they also come to customers for deliveries, installations and trusted repairs.
SECOND Place: Hudson’s Appliance Center
2525 Dominic Drive, Ste. D, 877-6312
THIRD Place: Collier Hardware
105 Broadway St., 342-0195

Attorney

FIRST Place: Michael Rooney
Rooney Law Firm, 196 Cohasset Road, Ste. 200, 345-5678
Formerly a probation officer and public defender, Michael Rooney has a lot of experience with the criminal justice system. But his practice isn’t limited to defense—Chicoans also trust him with cases in other areas, such as personal injury and family law. Year after year, Rooney is voted Best of Chico.
SECOND Place: Nikki Farris
2607 Forest Ave., Ste. 120, 898-1488
THIRD Place: Aaron J. Stewart
2571 California Park Drive, Ste. 100, 345-2212

Auto Paint/Body Shop

FIRST Place: Concours Elite Collision Center
2267 Esplanade, Ste. D, 891-0234
Bob and Linda Fitzgerald opened Concours Elite in 1981, and when it comes to getting people’s rides back in competition shape, theirs is the go-to shop for Chicoans.
SECOND Place: Knockout Collision Repair
3225 Esplanade, 899-9202
THIRD Place: JP’s Paint & Body Works
1840 Park Ave., 342-1328

Auto Repair Shop

FIRST Place: Affordable Automotive
2106 Park Ave., 892-1774
Celebrating its 25th year in business, Affordable Automotive can handle any repair, from preventive maintenance to transmission work to diagnosing and fixing all those mystery rattles we all know too well. With the shop’s guarantee and warranty promise, customers know they’re getting service they can trust.
SECOND Place: D & E Auto Repair
3328 Esplanade, Ste. D, 343-9703
THIRD Place: Superior Auto Clinic
2862 Esplanade, 343-3568

Baby/Kids’ Clothier

FIRST Place: Apple Blossom Baby
977 East Ave., Ste. 90, 345-1617
Kids grow! (It’s science.) And one of the keys to Apple Blossom Baby’s popularity is featuring gently used resale items to help clothing budgets from getting out of hand. Of course, the store also has a wide selection of new styles of clothes, toys and any other kid gadgets a parent might need.
SECOND Place: Once Upon A Child
801 East Ave., Ste. 106, 592-3824
THIRD Place: Kat’s Meow
138 W. Third St., 899-8811

Bank/Credit Union

FIRST Place: Tri Counties Bank
multiple locations, tcbk.com
Founded over 40 years ago right here in Chico, Tri Counties Bank is no longer just in three counties; it has branches all over the state. Customers have come to know the bank by its core values of trust, respect, integrity, communication and opportunity, or TRICO.
SECOND Place: Sierra Central Credit Union
Multiple locations, sierracentral.com
THIRD Place: Members 1st Credit Union
Two Chico locations: 969 East Ave. & 550 Salem St., 222-9349

Barbershop

FIRST Place: Liberty Barber Co.
240 Main St., Ste. 180, 630-7313
Liberty Barber Co. turned on its restored barber’s pole downtown last March and in less than a year has already made a name for itself in Chico’s crowded barber scene. A traditional shop offering cuts, beard trims and hot-towel straight-razor shaves, Liberty also features a complimentary beverage and a shoulder massage with each visit if you want. (You definitely want.)
SECOND Place: Danny’s Barbershop
544 Broadway, 332-0553
THIRD Place: Gearhead Barbershop
151 Broadway, 774-2157

Bike Shop

FIRST Place: Pullins Cyclery
801 Main St., 342-1055
Finally, after more than a century, Pullins Cyclery gets some recognition! We kid, of course: Pullins started in Chico in 1918, Steve and Katy O’Bryan took over the shop in 1984, and during their tenure, the locals’ obvious favorite has accumulated Best of Chico plaques like nobody’s business.
SECOND Place: Greenline Cycles
515 Main St., 894-7885
THIRD Place: North Rim Adventure Sports
178 E. Second St., 345-2453

Northern Star Mills

Cab Company

FIRST Place: Taxi Dave
566-0447
A no-nonsense name for a clean, dependable, no-nonsense taxi service. Dave’s got you covered 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day except Sunday. (Even Dave’s gotta rest!)
SECOND Place: Chico Yellow Cab
893-4444
THIRD Place: G-Ride Pedi-Cab & Trolly
354-9885

Cannabis Dispensary (delivery or within driving distance of Chico)

FIRST Place: Perfect Union (Marysville)
311 F St., Marysville, 763-4826,
perfect-union.com
Perfect Union has dispensaries all over the top half of the state, from Weed (naturally) to Morro Bay. The Marysville shop is less than an hour’s drive from Chico, where an enormous selection of sativa and indica products—from flowers and extracts, to edibles and topicals—keeps dispensary-deprived Chicoans stocked up.
SECOND Place: Zente Farms
zentefarms.com
THIRD Place: SHÉ
shewholesale.com

Car Dealership

FIRST Place: Chico Nissan Hyundai
575 Manzanita Ave., 891-1777
This locally owned business started with the Nissan dealership 60 years ago, adding the Hyundai half in 1992. Many of the employees have been with the company for years, even decades, contributing to Chico Nissan Hyundai’s reputation for customer service.
SECOND Place: Chuck Patterson Toyota
200 East Ave., 895-1771
THIRD Place: Courtesy Automotive Center
2520 Cohasset, 345-9444

Car Wash

FIRST Place: Surf Thru Express Car Wash
Two locations: 2470 Forest Ave.;
2573 Esplanade, 801-6479
The fast-growing chain of Surf Thru car washes came to Chico in 2017. The two local locations offer quick, full-service, water-saving washes, plus self-serve vacuums and a floor-mat-washing station.
SECOND Place: Scrubbs Car Wash & Detail Center
1020 Skyway, 893-4885
THIRD Place: California Car Wash
150 Commercial Ave., 894-3017

Convenience Store

FIRST Place: Power Market
Multiple locations
The slogan says it all: “Power through your life with Power Market where you will always find something to keep you going!” Stock up on all your energizing supplies—from Red Bulls to unleaded gasoline—at these one-stop shops.
SECOND Place: Sierra Market
1646 Park Ave., 342-4579
THIRD Place: Spike’s Bottle Shop
1270 E. First Ave., 893-8410

Day Spa

FIRST Place: Angels Nails & Spa
965 Nord Ave., Ste. 100-A, 487-7322
See Place for a Mani/Pedi.
SECOND Place: Urban Medspa
3221 Cohasset Road, 891-8772
THIRD Place: Renew Float Spa
1030 Village Lane, 588-7378

Dry Cleaner

FIRST Place: 3rd Generation Cleaners
1380 East Ave., 899-0333
These full-service “wet cleaning” specialists also do alterations, pickup and delivery. One online reviewer sums up 3rd Generation’s popularity: “I have lived in Chico over 40 years, and this is the best dry cleaners that I have ever used!”
SECOND Place: Flair Custom Cleaners
660 Mangrove Ave., 345-0522
THIRD Place: Chico Express Cleaners
Two locations: 641 Walnut St., 343-6013; 752 East Ave., 343-8844

Esthetician/Waxing Studio

FIRST Place: The Eyebrow Goddess
260 E. First St., 680-2569
When it comes to eyebrow care, trust no mere mortal. The Eyebrow Goddess—located inside Envee Hair Studio & Spa—is here on Earth to make sure thy brows are on fleek.
SECOND Place: Silhouette Studio
1324 Mangrove Ave., Ste. 214, 342-7131
THIRD Place: Esthetics by Elizabeth
2062 Talbert Drive, Ste. 100, 966-8644

Feed Store/Farm Supply

★ FIRST Place and Living Legend (five-year winning streak):
Northern Star Mills

510 Esplanade, 342-7661
See Ag/Growing Supplies.
SECOND Place: C Bar D Feed
3388 Hwy 32, 342-5361
THIRD Place: Wilbur’s Feed and Seed
139 Meyers St., 895-0569

Financial Planner (name and location)

FIRST Place: Miste & Steven Cliadakis, Altum Wealth Advisors
1074 East Ave., Ste. T-1, 924-0110
Miste and Steven Cliadakis help clients achieve their individual financial goals—from retirement plans and investments to risk management and insurance—with “objective, unbiased” advice. Their team sets itself apart from large firms with a no-pressure approach that’s not beholden to proprietary products.
SECOND Place: Barrett O. Benson, Benson Wealth Management
901 Bruce Road, Ste. 160, 891-0719
THIRD Place: Renée Michel & Joe Sweeney, Sweeney & Michel Financial Planning & Investment
196 Cohasset Road, Ste. 100, 487-1777

S&S Organic Produce and Natural Foods

Florist

FIRST Place: Flowers By Rachelle
2485 Notre Dame Blvd., Ste. 260, 345-2661
Owner Rachelle Nyswonger-Neal is the name and creative force behind a family-owned business that has been making Chico’s weddings and other special occasions beautiful since 1997.
SECOND Place: Christian & Johnson
1098 E. First Ave., 891-1881
THIRD Place: Little Red Hen Plant Nursery
189 E. 8th St., 891-9100

General Contractor

FIRST Place: Proframe Construction
11128 Midway, Ste. 3, 636-4574
General construction, custom homes, rebuilds, patio covers and more—Proframe has been building just about everything since it opened for business in 2008.
SECOND Place: Birchard Construction
2122 Durham Dayton Hwy, 864-5427
THIRD Place: Conroy Construction
1350 E. Ninth St., Ste. 100, 891-1204

Gift Shop

FIRST Place: Hubbs & Co.
956 Mangrove Ave., 892-4940
With new items coming into Hubbs seemingly daily, you’ll never enter the exact same store twice. Rustic signs, scented candles, fashion accessories and tons more satisfy gift-giving needs.
SECOND Place: Made in Chico
127 W. Third St., 894-7009
THIRD Place: Little Red Hen
897 E. 20th St., Ste. B, 897-0100

Grocer

FIRST Place: S&S Organic Produce and Natural Foods
1924 Mangrove Ave., 343-4930
What started as a roadside produce stand is now an established full-service grocery—with an impressive selection of organic produce plus breads, wines, herbal supplements and a butcher shop that puts most others to shame.
SECOND Place: Trader Joe’s
801 East Ave., Ste. 100, 343-9920
THIRD Place: Chico Natural Foods Co-Op
818 Main St., 891-1713

Hair Salon

FIRST Place: Da Capo Style House
1925 Market Place, 715-7183
This popular salon is one of the first businesses to open in the Meriam Park neighborhood, offering cuts, styling, coloring and extensions in a beautiful space.
SECOND Place: The Hair Company
1299 E. Ninth St., 894-2002
THIRD Place: Salon Diamond
568 Manzanita, Ste. 9, 893-8895

House Cleaning Service

FIRST Place (tie): C&A Cleaning
514-7738
Established in 2008, C&A Cleaning offers residential and office cleaning services … and they do windows! From a recent online review: “[I]t looked AMAZING when it was done! Her crew of girls were friendly and got right to work!”
FIRST Place (tie): Cleaned to Perfection
520-6465
This year’s co-champ for Best House Cleaning Service specializes in real estate listings, rental properties, offices and restaurants. As one Facebook reviewer gushed: “I was shocked by the work this girl did! When she says Cleaned to
[P]erfection, it was above and beyond.”
THIRD Place: Helping Hands Cleaning Services
354-9630

House Painter

FIRST Place: Hawkes Painting
521-5237
John Hawkes’ work must speak for itself: Beyond a sign on the side of his truck, he doesn’t go out of his way to promote his business, yet he’s made an impression on customers who’ve voted him Chico’s best.
SECOND Place: SM Painting
321-1592
THIRD Place: Bestway Painters Inc.
343-0430

Insurance Agent

FIRST Place: Heritage Insurance Agency
290 Airpark Blvd., 894-3276
In business since 1978, Heritage Insurance has operated as an independent agency with a Northern California base but has clients in Southern California, Idaho and Nevada as well. Steve and Kelly Mora head a team with expertise spanning agribusiness, commercial accounts, personal insurance, employee benefits and workers’ compensation.
SECOND Place: Eddy Rodriguez, State Farm
45 Jan Court, Ste. 165, 899-0100
THIRD Place: Brad Jacobsen, Farmers Insurance
25 Jan Court, Ste. 120, 891-7900

Jeweler

FIRST Place: Kirk’s Jewelry
246 W. Third St., 891-0880
Jeweler/metalsmith Kirk Bengtson opened shop downtown in 1973 in a small second-story space. He soon expanded, moving down Third Street to a corner store at Salem, where Kirk’s Jewelry became a fixture—acclaimed especially for custom-made engagement and wedding rings. Dazzling earring, pendants and rings make the cases like a museum display.
SECOND Place: Olde Gold Estate Jewelry
225 Main St., Ste. O, 891-4610
THIRD Place: Julianne’s
1925 Market Place, Ste. 120, 342-3117

Liquor Store

FIRST Place: Spike’s Bottle Shop
1270 E. First Ave., 893-8410
Spike’s is the source for new, hard-to-find craft beers, ciders, whiskeys and more. That’s because owner Kevin Jaradah, who co-founded the lively online beer-geek group Chico Beer Enthusiasts, is committed to keeping his shelves stocked with interesting finds.
SECOND Place: Star Liquor
933 Nord Ave., 891-4842
THIRD Place: Mangrove Bottle Shop
1350 Mangrove Ave., Ste. 160, 342-7575

Local Pet Store

FIRST Place: TrailBlazer Pet Supply
752 Mangrove Ave., 892-1848
At Trailblazer, pets are the stars of the show. With shelves stocked with a wide selection of foods, treats and toys, plus grooming services where staff ensure each pup is properly pampered, this is a place where Chicoans return time and again. Add workshops focused on better understanding and caring for our fur babies, and you have a true one-stop local pet shop.
SECOND Place: Chico Pet Works & Pet Salon
2201 Pillsbury Road, Ste. 186, 345-0934
THIRD Place: Northern Star Mills
510 Esplanade, 342-7661

Kirk’s Jewelry

New Business (non-food service, open in last year)

FIRST Place: SkyLab Nails & Spa
611 Walnut St., 518-6908
Thousands of pairs of hands in Chico could use a little—or a lot of—flair, so it’s no wonder that locals are already supporting another nail shop in a town with so many. SkyLab provides manicures, pedicures and massage chairs, all in a clean, new space.
SECOND Place: Plant Love
2267 Springfield Drive, Ste. 110, 330-5100
THIRD Place: Vang’s Plants and Succulents Hub
116 Broadway, 487-8125

Nursery

FIRST Place: The Plant Barn & Gifts
406 Entler Ave., 345-3121
Open since 1980, the Plant Barn is the longest-running nursery in Chico. Denise Kelly and Rolf Weidhofer have owned it since 2006 and have expanded the operation into a veritable nursery theme park, with sprawling grounds of plants and trees of all types plus an indoor/outdoor gift shop filled with eclectic items for the garden.
SECOND Place: Magnolia Gift & Garden
1367 East Ave., 894-5410
THIRD Place: Little Red Hen Nursery
189 E. 8th St., 891-9100

Outdoor Living (patios, pergolas, pools, etc.)

FIRST Place: Patio Pros
11128 Midway, Ste. 3, 924-6400
For those who’ve wanted to make the outside of their home as comfortable as the inside, the Patio Pros have been the winning construction company. That’s their specialty—building everything from pergolas to sun rooms to bring Chicoans closer to the outdoors.
SECOND Place: Lowe’s Home Improvement
2350 Forest Ave., 895-5130
THIRD Place: Perfection Pools & Spas
172 E. 20th St., 895-0437

Pet Groomer

FIRST Place: Carol’s Dog Grooming
975 East Ave., Ste. 160, 343-1554
Sixty years of grooming Chico’s pooches?! That kind of staying power is earned with decades of professionalism and patience and a large base of repeat customers, some of whom have been bringing dogs to Carol’s their whole lives.
SECOND Place: Mutt Cuts
2991 Esplanade, Ste. 130, 592-3156
THIRD Place: Coature Pet Spa
1411 Mangrove Ave., 899-8433

Place for a Mani/Pedi

FIRST Place: Angels Nails & Spa
965 Nord Ave., Ste. 100-A, 487-7322
There is no arguing with popularity. Open the door of the unassuming west Chico business on any given day, and inside the place will be packed with customers and nearly as many manicurists taking care of their nails.
SECOND Place (tie): SkyLab Nails & Spa
611 Walnut St., 518-6908
SECOND Place (tie): Tammy Nails
1354 East Ave., Ste. J, 899-8912

Place for Electronics/Computer Repair

FIRST Place: Best Buy
2005 Forest Ave., 566-1012
If an electronics store sells everything from an Apple Watch to a smart refrigerator—and provides repair service for it all—then it’s hard to beat.
SECOND Place: Chico Computer Clinic
1450 Mangrove Ave., Ste. 140
THIRD Place: PCI Computer Services
225 Main St., 891-4152

Place to Buy Books

★ FIRST Place and Living Legend (five-year winning streak):
The Bookstore
118 Main St., 345-7441
This lovely, wood-floored, book-filled space downtown carries a wide range of used and new books, with particularly robust selections of children’s books, cookbooks, history, gardening, religious, art and classic literature. The Bookstore is a Chico institution, celebrating its 45th year in business, and a foundational part of what it means to be a Chicoan to many locals.
SECOND Place: Barnes & Noble Booksellers
2031 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway, 894-1494
THIRD Place: ABC Books
950 Mangrove Ave., 893-4342

Alternative Energy Systems

Place to Buy Clothes

FIRST Place: 2econd Life
641 Nord Ave., Ste. B, 466-6966
Keen-eyed shoppers are as likely to pick up a sweet pair of vintage Air Jordans as a Super Mario hoodie among the curated goods inside this hip little shop in college town. Follow @we_the_best_thrift on Instagram to stay up on the latest finds.
SECOND Place: For Elyse
228 Broadway, 893-0106
THIRD Place: Anika Burke
211 Main St., 918-8850

Place to Buy Home Furnishings

FIRST Place: The Address
2444 Cohasset Road, 898-9000
Overwhelmed by a “reno”? The team at The Address can help with everything from measuring for custom upholstery to accessorizing a room to designing it from scratch. Visit the shop to experience whole rooms set up inside the spacious showroom.
SECOND Place: Esplanade Furniture
1750 Esplanade, 891-4788
THIRD Place: Finds Design & Decor
1341 Mangrove Ave., 892-1905

Place to Buy Outdoor Gear

FIRST Place: Mountain Sports
176 E. Third St., 345-5011
Sitting at the edge of the foothills of the Sierras and Cascades—not to mention Bidwell Park—Mountain Sports is here to outfit outdoor enthusiasts with clothing, footwear, equipment and accessories for whatever adventure awaits down the trail.
SECOND Place: Sports Ltd.
698 Mangrove Ave., 894-1110
THIRD Place: Sportsman’s Warehouse
765 East Ave., Ste. 170, 897-0500

Plumber

FIRST Place: Earl’s Performance Plumbing
2264 Park Ave., 343-0330
For more than two decades, Earl’s has kept Chico’s pipes in order. Techs arrive in a fully stocked van, answering calls 24/7 to fix everything from water and sewer lines to pumps and water heaters.
SECOND Place: Accurate Plumbing
2288 Park Ave., Ste. A, 894-1800
THIRD Place: Able Plumbing & Electrical
551 Country Drive, Ste. 150, 899-9009

Professional Photographer

FIRST Place: Diane Nicole Photography
1230 Esplanade, 588-4949
Diane Nicole strives to tell the story of that most important event in a couple’s life, capturing the intimate in-between moments during weddings, engagements and even elopements.
SECOND Place: Mark Thau Photography
5867 Cohasset Road, 566-9189
THIRD Place: Park Avenue Photography
1376 Longfellow Ave., 521-4340

Real Estate Agent

FIRST Place: Sabrina Chevallier (RE/MAX)
1834 Mangrove Ave., 718-9115
For first-time home buyers especially, Sabrina Chevallier’s smooth and frequent communication throughout the process makes all the difference in creating a relatively stress-free experience. The RE/Max agent also gains points for her friendly personality and willingness to go above and beyond for her clients.
SECOND Place: Kelsey Wakefield (RE/MAX)
1834 Mangrove Ave., 518-6609
THIRD Place: Danielle Branham (Century 21)
1101 El Monte Ave., 570-8402

Roofer

FIRST Place: Powell Roofing
43 Norfield Ave., Ste. 4, 892-1410
From patching the smallest leak to a full roof construction, Powell Roofing has its customers covered.
SECOND Place: Baird Roofing
11025 Midway, 342-1631
THIRD Place: Johnson Roofing Co.
3080 Thorntree Dr., Ste. 15, 894-5507

Shoe Store

FIRST Place: Heel & Sole Shoes
708 Mangrove Ave., 899-0725
From flip-flop season to fuzzy-boot weather, locals know where to go to find the widest selection of Reefs, Tevas and Uggs. Heel and Sole is packed to the ceiling, literally, with seemingly endless boxes of every style of footwear.
SECOND Place: Birkenstock
333 Broadway, 345-4880
THIRD Place: Beck’s Shoes
801 East Ave., Ste. 145, 343-8923

Solar Company

FIRST Place: Alternative Energy Systems
13620 Hwy 99, 345-6980
This locally owned business brings the resources, materials and manpower of a national company to the projects for solar systems and battery storage that keep local residential and commercial properties in power.
SECOND Place: Urban Design Plumbing, Solar, Electrical
4742 Skyway, 809-1079
THIRD Place: Chico Electric
36 W. Eaton Road, 891-1933

Arc Store

Sporting Goods

FIRST Place: Sports Ltd.
698 Mangrove Ave., 894-1110
It’s appropriate that Sports Ltd. is in the location of a former Safeway because the place is like a grocery store of gear for those who enjoy staying active. For 36 years, the locally owned institution has offered a huge selection of essentials for camping, hiking, backpacking, running, yoga, swimming, snowboarding, disc golf and more.
SECOND Place (tie): Big 5 Sporting Goods
1717 Mangrove Ave., Ste. C, 891-1545
SECOND Place (tie): Dick’s Sporting Goods
1922 E. 20th St., 343-3351

Tattoo Parlor

FIRST Place: Eye Of Jade Tattoo
1238 Mangrove Ave., 343-5233
Owner/tattooist Ben Lucas and his roster of talented artists moved from downtown to the current spot on Mangrove two years ago. Local body-art fans have followed them up the road, where the shop continues its reign as Chico’s favorite place to get inked and pierced.
SECOND Place: Red Room Tattoo
231 Nord Ave., 342-1287
THIRD Place: Tanner Drake Art Gallery and Body Art Studio
250 Vallombrosa Ave., Ste. 560, 965-5842

Thrift Store

FIRST Place: Arc Store
2020 Park Ave., 343-3666
Chico is home to many thrift stores, so the competition is stiff in this category. But the Arc Store is well-organized and clean, while offering a wide selection of clothing, jewelry, furniture and kitchenware. Bonus: All proceeds fund a good cause—services for people with developmental disabilities.
SECOND Place: Goodwill
765 East Ave., Ste. 100, 893-8578
THIRD Place: Thrifty Bargain
2432 Esplanade, 774-2158

Tree Service

FIRST Place: Tree of Eden Tree Service
513-6574
Joshua Guy worked as a wildland firefighter for years before starting Tree of Eden and making a name for himself as the go-to for tree trimming and removal.
SECOND Place: M&S Wesley Tree Service
343-6809
THIRD Place: About Trees
343-4533

Window Treatments

FIRST Place: Budget Blinds
2525 Dominic Drive, Ste. C, 343-3400
Local owners Tim and Kim Long pride themselves on detail-oriented customer service. They have been consulting on and installing window treatments in Butte County and beyond for 15-plus years.
SECOND Place: Kathie’s Draperies,
Blinds & Shades
2083 Mulberry St., 895-8147
THIRD Place: Nantucket Design & Home
603 Broadway, 895-1038

More Best of Chico 2021:
Best of Chico 2021: The Comeback
Best of Chico 2021: Readers’ Choice winners: Food & Drinks
Best of Chico 2021: Readers’ Choice winners: Nightlife & The Arts
Best of Chico 2021: Readers’ Choice winners: Health & Wellness
Best of Chico 2021: Readers’ Choice winners: Community
Best of Chico 2021: Critics’ Choice winners

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