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Body Builders Paint & Body Shop was established in 1990 by Dave Byler. He continues to own and operate Body Builders today. We have been proudly serving the Tallahassee area for over 18 years.

  • From Awards4U

    Will you sell or otherwise distribute my email address or other information about me?

    Awards4u.com will never willfully sell, trade, rent, disclose, or make available personally identifiable information about you to any third part without first receiving your permission. Click here for our complete Privacy Statement.

  • From Esposito Garden Center

    What varieties of citrus perform best in the Tallahassee area?

    The most cold hardy citrus for our region include the Satsuma Orange, Kumquats, and the Calamondin Orange. Satsumas are a variety of Mandarin Orange(tangerine) originally from Japan. Satsuma fruit are easy to peel, have excellent flavor and have only a few seed. ‘Nagami’ Kumquat has tart oblong fruit and ‘Meiwa’ Kumquat has round sweet fruit. Kumquat fruit are usually eaten whole. The Calamondin Orange has small very tart fruit that resemble miniature tangerines. They are best used to make drinks and in cooking. They are very popular in the Philippine Islands.

  • From Awards4U

    What methods of shipping are available and at what cost?

    When you place your order you will be offered several options for shipping, including local pick-up if you live in our area. The website will calculate all appropriate costs and add the shipping charges to your order.

  • From Keith McNeill Plumbing

    How can I prevent clogged drains?

    Do not rinse fats or cooking oils down the kitchen sink. Liquid fats solidify in the cold pipes and create clogs. To help prevent clogs, fit all your tubs and shower drains with a strainer that catches hair and soap chips, and clean the strainer regularly.

  • From Esposito Garden Center

    When should I prune back my hybrid tea roses hard?

    Late January and early February are ideal times to give them their first pruning of the year. Remove all dead canes, broken wood, diseased canes and small skinny canes. Also remove any canes growing toward the center of the bush to keep the center open. Save only 4 of 5 of the strongest canes and cut them back at about knee height. Make the cuts at a 45 degree angle about one quarter of an inch above outward facing buds. Be sure to use sharp clippers and to dip the blades in alcohol between cuts.