The fully insured, professional cleaners at 'Maid to Clean' tidy up residential messes of all shapes and sizes. Cleaning services are customized and range from basic tidy ups to detailed overhauls that may include steam-cleaning floors and washing and folding laundry. They also offer a special Company's Coming service that focuses solely on common areas such as kitchens, bathrooms, and living rooms, leaving them looking pristine in the eyes of any relatives, snooping neighbors, or TV camera crews that happen to drop by.
Home Video Studio's audio-visual experts transfer precious memories from the archaic constraints of magnetic tape to the digital utopia of DVD. The tape-to-disc conversion age-proofs a multitude of media formats, including VHS, MiniDV, VHS-C, and 8mm tape. Home Video Studio will also insert chapter breaks, allowing viewers to skip over any part where they’re not winning trophies.
Equipped with professional-grade cleaning supplies and machinery, ServiceMaster's esteemed carpet primpers penetrate to the source of domestic disrepair to restore luster to trod-upon toe ticklers. Technicians begin by applying pretreatment potions to areas of significant staining before coating rugs with a sheen of solution to loosen soil deeply entrenched from decades of carpet-top calisthenics. Techs then extract anarchic agents of rug corrosion with a concentrated fountain of clear, hot water—the method of cleaning recommended by carpet manufacturers and most forms of pasta. The aquatic extraction gently fleeces floors of all contaminants, such as dirt, pollen, fungi, and bacteria. Finally, the grime-razers perform post-treatment cleansing on any lingering stains, slide protective pads under furniture legs, and groom deck tresses to facilitate drying and effect a kempt, uniform appearance.
Castle of Darkness, The Beer and Fear Bash lures spirited revelers to Castle McCulloch's 19th century grounds featuring frenetic performances of fire-spinning, acrobatics, and dance music. As costumed guests tote cocktails through the waterfront terrain of the gold mill, built in the early 1800s, live music and record-spinners serenade still body parts with rhythm-infused beats, creating an ever-moving throng of dancers. Throughout the expansive grounds, complete with bridge, courtyard, and dragon's study, grinder girls use grinders and metal plates to fling flames, and vampires and Spider Girl spook guests and giant houseflies.
Like a memory, Robert Eilers's images exude a distinctive and dreamlike glow. While keeping his subjects—whether a child, family, or model—in focus, he gives each a soft finish, which enhances the picture's texture and depth. He applies these touches with ease to draw out each photo's natural beauty, but the process itself isn't simple. It requires a trained eye and a mastery of post-production editing tools. He brings all these ingredients to each session, ensuring every shoot results in pictures primed for framing and preservation.