One Guy and a Machine owner Joe Barbagallo and his team of professionals collaborate with the natural layout of customers' outdoor spaces to create functional and innovative design solutions. The team adorns properties with patios, retaining walls, and flowerbeds, and keeps investments healthy with regular seeding, mowing, and aerating services. With an artful eye, landscapers transform flat surfaces into synthetic putting greens, or add another dimension with hardscape walls and stairways. The price of landscaping services will vary depending on the cost of materials, labor, and the amount of Gushers required to distract mischievous gophers from thwarting the job, but Barbagallo offers free written estimates to each customer to provide an approximate overall job cost.
Founder Patrick Willard keeps the gym open to everyone and leads a team of nationally certified fitness experts to teach everything from Zumba to martial arts and yoga. Trainers motivate clients during small-group boot camps, swift 30-minute circuit-training classes, or one-on-one training sessions. Nutrition seminars supplement the sweating by preventing budding bodybuilders from undermining their gains by falling prey to unhealthy diets of cement sandwiches.
Midas Fabric & Blinds' large selection of fabrics supplies all manner of DIYers with the materials necessary for their projects. Designers of all skill levels can select from hundreds of fabrics, then reupholster a timeworn sofa or relative with a durable new covering or swathe drab living spaces in swanky animal-print tapestries. Custom window treatments ($129/valance) surround panes in style, and a made-to-order set of 48"x90" curtains ($309/pair)—including fabric, lining, fabrication, wood rods, and finials—furnishes hard-to-cover windows. During an in-home consultation ($50), one of the store's talented interior decorators makes expert recommendations as to which fabric patterns best complement furniture, architecture, and the ghost chandeliers of tenants past.
Started in 1996 the bed gallery is the #1 Simmons dealer in the Triad. We also carry emory Foam tha is 9X cooler and 1/2 the price of Tempurpedic and Pure latex bliss All at guarenteed lowest price
The team of specialists at Aggressive Sounds Car Audio adds shade to cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans with privacy- and safety-enhancing window tinting. Whether drivers choose to darken two or five of their vehicle's windows, they can rest assured that the tinted glass will block up to 99% of harmful ultraviolet rays from sneaking into interiors to fade upholstery or give dashboard bobbleheads embarrassing tan lines. A proper tint job may also help reduce glare, keep passengers cool on sunny days, and hold shattered glass together during collisions.
Zimmerman carefully removes dirt and stains using all methods of carpet cleaning, including green and dry cleaning. With the Gold Service, Zimmerman technicians will pre-vacuum 300 square feet of bedraggled floor beards, treating all spots while protecting furniture from water damage. Afterward, they will precondition carpets and extract dirt, soil, and allergens residing in between fibers. Powerful air movers ensure that carpets dry quickly, and with a fabric-protector treatment, deep cleans will last longer and shags will be more resistant to stains.
All American’s mobile cleaning crews clear stains from Greensboro flooring using truck-mounted steam-powered cleaning equipment and biodegradable cleansers. The roughly two-hour treatment cleanses and deodorizes carpet, then applies a protective layer of Scotchgard to shield sensitive fibers from the slings and arrows of outrageous juice spills. All American combats grime with a hot-water extraction process that digs deep into floor-hair to root out stains in the shape of Gorbachev's face, adjusting heat and water flow to safely de-gunk even delicate carpets and rugs.
Hidden amid thatches of thick, dark woods, X-Treme Fear Haunted House leads autumnal adventures through an odyssey of fear-inducing phantasms. X-Treme's scare chamber hosts a spook-inducing salon of evil clowns, black-robed witches, and haunting specters with knives for fingers in a hand-painted 17-foot-tall inflatable tent. Screams of delighted fright drift from the centripetal chills of the Terrorvator, a spinning elevator ride that twirls patrons through a kaleidoscope of gruesome scenes. Open until midnight Fridays and Saturdays, X-Treme Fear Haunted House envelops visitors in a nighttime trek across a landscape of horrors underfoot and around corners, including charred corpses, crazed killer bunny rabbits, and mandatory conjugation of irregular French verbs. The exhilarating romp is intended to match the intensity and gore of a PG-13 film, and an adult must accompany children 12 and younger.
An affordable and monumental selection of sofas, beds, desks, and sarcophagi mingle good-naturedly in Ashley Furniture’s wondrous warehouse.
A Matrix Accent Chair ($219.99) commands shoppers’ attention with its sleek, contemporary design, and Kira furnishings provide stylish sites for storage, studying, or snoozing. A Sydney Accent Chair ($199.99) or Cubit ottoman set ($99.99) anticipate increasing the comfort of various human inactivities, while the Romy Accent Table Group consists of one cocktail and two end tables, creating a table cartel ruling over a home's Speed Quarters surface needs.
The terrace tamers at Razor’s Edge Lawn Care rejuvenate landscapes with an impressive array of lawn services, working with customers one-on-one to help fulfill green-thumbed visions. Whip shaggy-mopped yards into fine-trimmed nobles with a general lawn-care service (from $60 per 1/4 acre to 1/2 acre, to $100 per acre) that includes a thorough mowing, weeding, and edging, as well as removal of any debris accrued from the crew’s fleet of equipment-toting tornados. Cultivate a fresh generation of greenery with Razor’s Edge Lawn Care’s seeding, liming, and fertilization services ($150 per 1/4 acre), or upgrade seeding to include a soil-soothing aeration ($250 per 1/4 acre) to allow nourishing nutrients to penetrate deep, enhancing infiltration and beefing up frail, noodle-armed roots.
Gangs of ottomans and mattresses populate Atlantic Bedding and Furniture, whose continually changing designs from Coaster, Forbidden City, Harden, Sealy, Old Town Imports, and other top brands help customers capture the furniture species of their choice sans long waiting periods. Treat hard-working eye awnings to a decadent break with a solid hardwood Leonardo bed ($347–$516), backed by a strong, modern headboard the color of morning espresso but the flavor of tufted upholstery. Taking home a Davenport nightstand ($125) means never having to precariously perch glasses or bequeathed dentures on thin windowsills.
The Mad Platter is a spacious, comfortable studio where friends and family can paint, stencil, and sponge imagery that's wildly innovative, beautiful, or commemorates the ancient Athenian victory at Marathon onto pottery ready to be filled with flowers, pencils, or wishes. Hundreds of pottery pieces—including small tiles ($4), small figurines ($8), mugs ($10), and large handled serving platters ($45–$56)—rest atop neat wooden shelves, coyly awaiting the brushstrokes of a fetching paint-slinger. After choosing your ceramic canvas, comb the studio's collection of bristly utensils and its vat of around 100 pigments to dash and daub to your hungry heart's content. Upon completion, you'll entrust your suddenly vivid earthenware to a friendly kiln master, who will glaze and fire the piece for pickup in about 7–10 days—before its debut on a lonely mantle or gifty transfer to Grandma's dinner table.
With summer in full force, now is the ideal time to throw open the windows and get home-care projects underway. Pick up a Stanley six-piece screwdriver set for $6.99, a VPT rip hammer for $8.99, and a whole bunch of screws, anchors, and bolts (prices vary), and you'll be ready to finally mount every buffalo nickel and steel penny in your coin collection. Illuminate the newfound décor with a 12-pack of Ace light bulbs ($19.99), the better to see by as you make use of a Purdy four-piece premium paint-tray kit ($19.99). If you need to match paint to a favorite coverlet or choose a hue that complements a pleather recliner, each store offers a paint-matching service free of charge. Get keys made for $1.49 a pop, or clean a barnacle-encrusted carpet with the help of a carpet-cleaning machine ($24.99 a day to rent).
On a first-name basis with myriad fibers, A Breath of Spring has been caring for upholstery and carpet since 1982. The premium carpet-cleaning service scrub-a-dubs up to 400 square feet of shaggy flooring ($0.35–$0.50/sq. ft. for synthetic; $0.45–$0.60/sq. ft. for wool), using a double-clean system that tackles dirt like a black hole drinking a milkshake. Oriental ($1.50/sq. ft. on location, $2.50–$3/sq. ft. in shop) and area rugs ($0.35–$0.70/sq. ft. on location, $1.25–$2.50/sq. ft. in shop), as well as upholstery ($90 for a recliner chair) are given grime exorcisms by A Breath of Spring’s staff. Pet-odor treatments help keep homes from retaining the distinct aroma of their cats, dogs, and yetis. The team of dust busters also helps eliminate sneezing season with dust-mite and antiallergen cleaning, and tunes up sleeping slabs with mattress-cleaning services.
As a certified building analyst, home-energy specialist, and EcoBroker-certified affiliate, John J. Redmond knows that energy efficiency is more than an environmentally sound practice—it also saves homeowners money. Along with his partner Jay Gardner, Redmond has created a home-energy-consulting company that diagnoses inefficiencies and offers custom, low-cost solutions. Redmond is also known to share his expertise with the community Sunday mornings on a radio show focusing on energy efficiency.
In free home-energy analyses, Building Performance Institute and RESNET-certified technicians sleuth out energy and ventilation problems and develop custom plans to fix them, which may include air and duct sealing, window replacement, insulation, and heating- and air-conditioning-efficiency services. Certified contractors from Home Energy Solutions’ fully vetted network can perform repairs or improvements. After contractors complete their projects, Home Energy Solutions’ technicians return to homes to perform a second energy analysis to demonstrate improved household efficiency and reveal the punch line to knock-knock jokes they began on their first visit.