The friendly staffers at iFurnish's family-owned showroom outfit abodes with name-brand wood, leather, and upholstered furniture. Contemporary and classic sofas join ottomans to fill living rooms, and dining rooms host tables sturdy enough to handle Thanksgiving's traditional anvil-eating contests. Several plush and memory-foam mattresses provide solid support for sleeping or jumping, and a wide array of home accessories, from lamps to wool rugs, decorates any room. Color whippersnappers’ chambers with kids' furniture such as bunk beds, desks, and dressers that easily conceal escape tunnels leading to the pantry.
Sleep Number carefully matches snoozers with accessories and beds using a slew of personalized features, 3-D imaging technology, and simple sleep tests. Sleep Number beds boast Dual Air technology, allowing sleepers to adjust the firmness on each side of the mattress for personalized support. Heads can sink into the all-natural Lyocell Down pillow ($89.99) or test the down alternative pillow's ($44.99) range of firmnesses and antimicrobial fabrics. Stain-resistant materials cloak the No Shift body pillow ($44.99) which traces bodily contours to anchor sleepers in one place and no more than four space-time dimensions. Ten different colors accent the Pima cotton sheet set ($97.49 for queen), which latches around mattress corners using SmartFit and Logic Label technologies for simpler bed making.
When Irving and Shirley Brussell founded Brussell Exterminating Services in 1947, they began doing what no one else wanted to: ridding homes of all unwanted pests. Today, the company's licensed team of exterminators continue to handle infestations of unwanted critters ranging from termites and ants to mice and house guests overstaying their welcome. The outfit calls its approach Integrated Pest Management—a holistic approach to helping households solve their pest problems, instead of spot treatments that don't address the source of the larger problem. This big-picture approach includes both biological intervention—such as growth regulators or parasites—as well as traps and changes in household habits, such as sanitation.
The Certified installers of Integrity Home Pro repair and replace parts, and leave pristine, made-over homes. From roof to door - with siding, windows, and indoor remodeling in between - team members help make homes better-looking, more energy-efficient, and even safer. Team members are proud of their extensive experience and high-quality materials and the commitment to integrity that drives their efforts.
With 30 years spent as general contractor, there’s little that Andre Cannon hasn’t seen. He and his crack team of handymen can tackle all manner of home-refurbishment projects, ranging from interior painting and carpentry to drywall repair and installation. Homeowners can also solicit a technician for more complicated tasks such as a kitchen renovation or squeezing an 8-foot sub into a fanny pack.