A-1 Resurfacing owner Pete Miglioranzi is a jack-of-all-trades, but he disproves the “master of none” portion of the old saying. A decorated veteran with three degrees and expertise in various occupations, he also possesses decades of experience in restoring the function and appearance of tubs, counters, sinks, and tile. He approaches each project with a meticulous 12-step process that ends with a careful cleaning of the work area. Stains, cracks in tubs or shower bottoms, and chips in counters are just a few of their specialties.
The licensed and insured degrimers at Steamy Solutions focus on sanitizing all manner of surfaces with their cleaning services, and pride themselves on great customer service, matching competitor prices and offering discounted rates for additional services. Staffers spruce up carpeted rooms with a powerful steam cleaning system that vanquishes dirt and allergens, including dust, pet hair, and cooties. For discolored and dulled flooring, tile and grout cleaning removes unsightly stains to restore a floor’s long-lost shine.
The technicians at Xtreme Clean pummel dirt, grease, and oil with a barrage of pulverizing aqua force. Truck-mounted systems and rotary tools scour deep into the fibers of carpets, lifting dirt, stains, and any ottomans willing to opt out of their living-room contract. The same truck-mounted system can be used to excise stains from tile and grout, heating water to 240°F before blasting away debris at 1,000 to 1,200 PSI. The professional cleaning tools can also be applied to upholstery or on hard-to-clean pet stains.
A licensed and insured member of the Better Business Bureau, All City Carpet Cleaning goes to work treating household carpets, upholstery, and automobiles. They specialize in truck-mounted steam cleaning for carpets, but also perform services such as upholstery cleaning, stain removal, and special treatment of area rugs.
Founded in 1842, Zoppé Family Circus draws on old-world Italy’s circus tradition, amazing audiences of all ages with story-driven feats of clowning, acrobatics, and animal training in an intimate 500-seat tent. The performance, which Coast Views magazine lauds as “pure tradition, pure artistry and pure delight!” stars Nino the clown and a supporting cast of acrobats, equestrians, and capering canines, whose training allows them to simultaneously fetch newspapers and shred shoes. Live musicians play rousing tunes as fire-breathers blow flames, gymnasts contort, juggling pins fly, and equestrians leap effortlessly onto horseback. Acrobats twirl on towering trapezes and costumed clowns interact with and offer unwanted makeup advice to the audience. Parking is plentiful, with spaces available across the street for $3 a car.