The experts at Nigosian Rug Company, which opened its doors more than 40 years ago, maintain quality floor décor with skillful repair, cleaning, and appraisal services. In the store, technicians stitch, patch, and weave worn rugs, saving floors the embarrassment of donning ill-fitting toupees (a $50 minimum). Customers can also drop rugs off at Nigosian Rug Company and let the store's resident pile prodigies scrub away grunge and stains (a $50 minimum). Expert appraisers inspect floor coverings to determine their values (a $75 minimum), deftly distinguishing between antique oriental rugs and week-old tortillas that fell under the dinner table.
Preparing homeowners for seasonal changes for more than 30 years, the licensed technicians at Home Service Corporation keep residential interiors comfy with an array of heating, cooling, plumbing, and electrical services. In addition to making repairs and performing tune-ups, they give customers more control over their indoor comfort by installing furnaces, thermostats, and stairwell water slides.
The staff at Martinizing Dry Cleaning apply top-notch cleaning techniques to clothes and dispense their extensive knowledge to all customers. Get suits, dress shirts, and down jackets cleaned and dried, or have the cleaners sweep away stains, sweat, and teddy bear-size shoe prints from a comforter. Raincoats can find reprieve from damp days, and down coats are aired out and aptly prepped to face snowy ahead. The employees at Martinizing ensure garments return to customers soft, clean, and smelling fresh.
ASD WaterWorks specializes in property restoration for residential and commercial clients, whether that means removing stains from carpet or repairing damage from flooding or fires. For carpet cleaning calls, the staff relies on truck-mounted steam-cleaning devices to eradicate dust and allergens. In emergency cases, technicians strive for a response time of less than an hour, a practice that allows them to mitigate potential damage and to throw away their 6-month day planner marked "Future Emergency Appointments."
Family owned and operated since 1924, Detroit Hardware Co. bolsters do-it-yourself home projects with an inventory of hardware, tools, and landscaping supplies. Handy men and women circulate tool-lined thoroughfares, picking up new garden tools ($2.99–$125) to beautify landscapes or new hammers ($4.99+) to pound nails or lumpy pancakes. Cast-iron cookware ($12.99+) heats heavy-duty meals, just as roasters ($12.99+) and bake ware ($4.99–$18.99) simmer savory dishes for holiday dining. As patrons tackle weekend to-do lists, friendly keysmiths stand by ready to replicate keys ($1–$4) for new roommates or encrypted computer files.