Worldwide Mattress Outlet cuts the frills and clutter out of buying mattresses, giving customers a price-reduced shopping experience. An Extensive collection of mattresses, kept in their shipping bags, fills a dressed-down warehouse free of gussied up floor models and mannequins modelling footie pajamas. With no elaborate furniture or mock bedrooms to take up floor space, the outlet can maintain a stock of more than 1,200 mattresses, including those of custom sizes. While non-bed furniture may be barred from the premises, the warehouse is home to a staff of experienced mattress associates who happily help customers find their ideal sleep pad.
Peanut Centre Nursery has prepared horticulturists for the growing season with their vast selection of plants, supplies, and services for the garden and yard since 1973. They grow the majority of their plants locally—including shrubs, shade trees, and perennials—and ensure that they are well-adjusted to the surrounding environs. They also offer landscape design services, as well as a rewards program, which allows frequent shoppers to exchange Green Card loyalty points for free merchandise and insider tips on how to paint their thumbs green like the pros.
Raindrops N Polka Dots, owned by two mothers, outfits new and growing humans with an ever-evolving inventory of resale children clothes and boutique accessories that garnered a glowing assessment in The Macomb Daily. Parent and child can schedule a kinship-strengthening trip to sift through an impressive collection of apparel available in sizes ranging from preemie to youth 16, such as pants ($1.99–$5.99), dresses ($3.99–$12.99), and costumes ($5.99–$12.99) that come in handy for parties or impromptu witness protection. Boots ($2.99–$10.99) and shoes ($2.99–$7.99) protect fragile feet, and coats ($3.99–$15.99) keep kids warm in case the sun’s billion-year contract falls through. Raindrops N Polka Dots' two friendly, experienced mothers-in-command can happily assist with clothing hunts or toy expeditions.
At Anne’s on the Avenue, proprietor Anne Waters and her staff of fashion experts curate a collection of women’s styles from well-known labels and up-and-coming designers from Europe and Canada. Trendy wearables from Joseph Ribkoff, Frank Lyman, and Spanner grace the racks, dressing guests to the nines for formal or casual events with seasonal dresses, sweaters, scarves, and jewellery. Consultants employ Anne’s passport for style during private consultations to help clients assemble flattering ensembles for any occasion, from classy office cocktail parties to runway-style sashays to the mailbox.
For more than 25 years, Windsor Pure & Clean H2O to Go has furnished homes with water that is more than 99 per cent free of contaminants. Each staff member is certified by the Water Quality Association, which holds them to an esteemed level of water knowledge, ethics, and goldfish vocabulary. Dispensers loaded with delivered 5-gallon bottles fill glasses from any location; under-sink systems keep kitchens flowing with clean, tasty water for sipping and cooking alike. For a full house of impeccable agua, ceramic filters—created in partnership with 3M—protect home plumbing systems from iron deposits and toothbrush escapees.
For more than 90 years, the experts at Henderson Glass have kept glass in cars, homes, and business in working order with their high standards for maintenance and repair. Cars shine like new after a windshield repair and replacement with a 20-month, 20,000-mile warranty available for purchase. The experienced technicians also handle glasswork for the house, ranging from replacement windows and storm doors to shower doors, custom mirrors, glass tiles, and invisible walls. Their services also expand into the commercial realm with procedures such as emergency board-up and installation of doors, glass partitions, and handrails.
Pintsize shoppers litter the aisles at Connie's, a kids' clothing store specializing in adorable formalwear for first communions, baptisms, and weddings. Dresses, suits, and shoes abound at this time-tested retailer, which was started more than half a century ago by Maxine and Sidney Kort, whose daughter Denise now operates the business. She stocks school-uniform components such as jumpers, skirts, and shirts throughout the year, as well as casual duds emblazoned with Michigan colleges and Detroit sports teams. Her voluminous selection of husky to petite attire caters to most body types, rendering one-size-fits-all flour sacks obsolete once and for all.