Window tinting and graphics business expands in Dover

The Accurate Tint and Graphics team is, from left, Avonel Rodriguez, Jeremy Rodriguez, Stephen Loeffler, Kim Rodriguez, Abe Rodriguez and Veronica Rodriguez. The business is at 1508 E. Lebanon Road in Dover. (Submitted photo)

DOVER — Accurate Tint and Graphics, formerly Accurate Window Tinting, hosted its re-grand opening ribbon-cutting with the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce on March 3. In addition to celebrating 18 years of operation, the event highlighted a recent expansion which almost doubled the business’s size to 3,100 square feet at its 1508 E. Lebanon Road location in Dover.

The expansion was needed to handle the demand for paint protection film for vehicles and the addition of wide format printing capabilities. Accurate Tint and Graphics can now handle a variety of printing requests such as full printed vehicle wraps, business signage, custom printed wall and floor graphics, real estate signs and more.

The family-run business is led by their lead installer, Abe Rodriguez, who has been in the window film industry for over 30 years and is a retired U.S. Air Force master sergeant. Operations are handled by son, Jeremy; daughter, Veronica, is a trained and certified installer and co-owner of the business, and Kim, Abe’s wife, handles accounting duties.

Visit www.accuratetint.com or call 698-3700.

Bright Side Roofing and Siding hosted its re-opening ribbon-cutting with the CDCC on Feb. 22. The event highlighted a new showroom at the business’s new location in Tudor Industrial Park, 615 Otis Drive, Dover.

Its services include roofing, siding, windows, decks, porches, gutters, fascia and soffit.

Call the office at 674-4642 to make an appointment.

easySpeak Spirits, at 586 Milford Harrington Highway in Milford, recently celebrated a ribbon-cutting and grand opening with the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford.

easySpeak is a restaurant and distillery offering a variety of handcrafted cocktails including infused vodkas, rums, gin, and bourbon. The food menu consists of a variety of wood-fired pizzas, quesadillas, soups and salads. Smoked meats included sausage, chicken, filet and

more. They also offer distillery tours and event hosting.

For more information, call 858-1875 or visit www.easyspeakspirits.com.

Henlopen Overhead Door celebrated becoming a new member of the Rehoboth-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon-cutting on Feb. 7. Henlopen Overhead Door is a resource for residential garage door sales, installation, and service. Located in Lewes, they serve the Cape region and surrounding areas in Sussex County.

For more information, call/ text 302-228-0561or visit www.HenlopenOverheadDoor.com.

Josephine Keir at Home celebrated becoming a new member of the Rehoboth-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon-cutting on Feb. 12.

Josephine Keir LTD at Home is a complete home furnishing store with two locations (Lewes and Milford). Josephine Keir has been serving Delmarva for 30 years, specializing in selling unique hand knotted rugs and American made furniture.

All of the rugs and a vast array of floor covering from vinyl floor cloths to sisal are located at the Lewes location, which also features upholstered furniture. The Milford location offers mainly furniture and accessories.

Come see them at their two location: Josephine Keir Ltd. At Home, 33506 Crossing Ave., Unit 5, Lewes (645-9047) and 27 S. Walnut St., Milford (422-0270). Find them on the web at www.josephinekeir.com.

Ocean Suds Commercial Laundry celebrated becoming a new member of the Rehoboth-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon-cutting on March 2.

Ocean Suds Commercial Laundry is at 37219 Rehoboth Ave. Ext., Rehoboth Beach. Ocean Suds services all local business including: restaurants, bars, hotels, motels, inns, bed and breakfasts, medical facilities, vacation rentals and linen rentals. Call 856-7268.

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