Serving the North Atlanta area for more than 50 years, 1-800-PLUMBER helps streamline aquatic operations inside homes with a variety of residential plumbing services. Prices vary depending on the scope of the project, which can range from the installation of a toilet seat ($218.23; toilet seat not included) to a major toilet rebuild ($431.23), with many projects falling between $230 and $260. The water-commanding warlocks of 1-800-PLUMBER can clear drain-line blockages and refurbish toilets with new flush-valve flappers ($234.93) or bowl gaskets ($299.89). Using electronic equipment, piping professionals can also locate water pipes that lie hidden underneath yards, or install sewer cameras to suss out sinister root intrusion, grease buildup, and settling. The company provides free estimates and ensures that customers know the complete price before work is performed, as opposed to blindfolding homeowners before showing them printed estimates.
In 1993, after years as a tech in the carpet cleaning industry, Gregory Cole founded Pro Carpet as a one-stop shop providing the best carpet-cleaning practices he had learned during his career. Gregory's team, which now numbers more than 30 techs, begins each carpet-cleaning service with a thorough walk-through, during which customers can point out specific soiled areas before the techs evaluate carpets for their levels of dirt, stains, and rainbow sprinkles. As they begin to clean, they employ steam-based cleaning and stain-specific products, such as the company's proprietary enzyme-based pet-stain formula, to remove odors and soils.
Pro Carpet's expertise also extends beyond carpeting, tackling upholstery and area rugs with the same thoroughness. They can also be called upon to repair water damage, clean office cubicles, and sweep dust and allergens from inside air ducts with professional-grade tools that improve air quality.
Known for guiding the women of The Real Housewives of Atlanta through ab-strengthening moves, the instructors at the Nazeem Allayl Belly Dance Studio started as a professional dance troupe before opening a studio in 1999. Now with 32 classes offered under one roof, the Nazeem Allayl Belly Dance Studio aims to boost the self-confidence of its all-female students during drop-in Shimmy Fit classes and five-week technique courses. Instructors disguise calorie-blasting exercises with engaging choreography so that students can tone muscles without spending the day trying to slip an oiled-up pig into a wetsuit.