DryGreenMachine LLC.'s skilled technicians keep carpets looking fresh and new with a wool-safe dry-extraction technique that cuts energy and water waste. Unlike steamers or the demolition of a nearby dam, the cleaning systems at DryGreenMachine LLC. use only 50 gallons of water per 100,000 square feet of carpet. How does the system work? As cleaning specialists scour the biers of rugs and carpets, a solution encapsulates particles and dirt in a crystallized polymer. Next, a few careful passes with a vacuum cleaner removes grit and grime from fibers with minimal water waste.
Ruggles Cafe fills breadbaskets with seafood specialties, monstrous sandwiches, and soups created in-house. The sustainably raised organic chicken tenders bathe in a hickory-smoked barbecue sauce ($7), a bowl of baked-potato soup is made from scratch and garnished with sour cream, bacon, and scallions ($5), and the Veggie O sandwich houses spinach, avocado, tomato, red onion, shaved radish, cucumber, coleslaw, perforated swiss cheese, and russian dressing in multi-grain bread ($7). Entrees, such as the lobster mac 'n' cheese gratin, which is lathered in brie, parmesan, and sherry cream ($17), fill the body's culinary safe-deposit box with valuable taste. Ruggles' burgers ($8 to $10) hail from naturally raised beef and are void of hormones, antibiotics, and barely audible whimpering.
Go Green Energy Consultant’s team of environmentally conscious experts can reduce home energy bills by 20-30% by uncovering the insulation insufficiencies and leaky spots that welcome drafts indoors. Their process begins with trawling Michigan houses with thermal cameras and industrial-strength fans, uncovering the cold zones that suggest air leakage or closets full of icebergs. After pinpointing these draft sources during “energy audits,” the team can alleviate them with a custom combination of remedies such as caulk, foam, and sealant. The resulting snugger environment requires less energy to heat, rendering obsolete band-aid solutions such as overheating to counteract drafts.
At The Italian Dish, we offer a true sensory shopping experience. As you enter, the aroma of fresh espresso fills the air, the music of Andrea Bocelli plays in the background and a bounty of beautiful, colorful Italian ceramics meet your gaze. We are thrilled to bring you what we think are the treasures of Italy; tabletop a
Within The Shelving Store's cheery showroom, a cornucopia of boxes, bins, racks, hooks, creative storage solutions, and shelves beg to organize overflowing junk closets, structurally unsound pantries, and unruly woodshop Kewpies. With chrome wire shelving, uptight organizers can festoon messy abodes with functional shiny objects, such as the DIY wine rack to keep potent potables within their proper place. ShoeTrap shoe storage systems provide excellent kennels for foot-wrappers, while the Asian-inspired designs of decorative Zen shelving add a touch of feng shui to a cluttered space. Flustered parents can pick up candy-colored kids' lockers to help their spawn practice escaping from them before high school.
In 1965, Popular Mechanics ran a small classified ad for Brookstone, a new catalog company that packed its pages with functional products and detail-oriented descriptions. Brookstone quickly expanded to meet the high demand for its collection of ?hard-to-find tools,? and opened the door to its first retail location in 1973. Today, Brookstone?s more than 300 nationwide retail locations allow customers to test-drive its ever-growing lineup of interesting products, which range from Bluetooth-enabled massage chairs to power adapters designed for international travelers and their electronic passports. Staying true to its roots as a catalog company, Brookstone houses an even larger selection of products, each waiting patiently to be shipped, on its website.