Under the guidance of Brian Schneider—a 25-year veteran of the dry-cleaning industry and third-generation manager of the family-owned cleaning spot—Aladdin Village Cleaners cleanses dirt from clothes, linen, and drapery without harming delicate fibers and colors. Free delivery and pickup whisks fabrics to and from the facility, filled with wet- and dry-cleaning equipment.
California Closets' certified designers specialize in making space for all your worldly possessions with home, office, and garage storage organizers. After a free consultation with one of the expert order keepers, you'll have a good idea of where to stash your collection of lawnmower blades, as well what it will cost to do it elegantly. Though most of California Closets' closet systems go for more than $250, you can put this Groupon toward custom cabinetry in your garage, extra shoe space in your mudroom, and other areas, that, with California Closets' lifetime warranty, will withstand any amount of vehicular and familial wear and tear. Accessories such as drawer and shelf dividers help claustrophobic rooms breathe easier by separating purple rain boots from boots filled with Prince’s "Purple Rain."
The clothing connoisseurs at Hardee Bros. Dry Cleaners cleanse and mend garments and household items with a full roster of services. A thorough dry-cleaning process tackles stains on shirts ($2.45) and pants ($6.10) while banishing freshly squeezed football juice from soiled sports coats ($7.60). Dingy area rugs and drapes can be spruced up and returned to their domestic perches spot-free. With repair services, mending mavens can fix broken zippers or use alterations to shorten an overly long jean hem or let out the seams to make room for secret squirt-gun holsters.
The experts at Nickel City Concrete LLC pour, finish, stamp, stain, and resurface concrete inside residential and commercial spaces. Their able hands can artistically manipulate concrete to look like stone, tile, or a papier-mâché swan, adorn it with patterns that mimic wood, or treat it with antiqued finishes. The team's work ranges from decorative (staining or overlaying surfaces with aesthetically pleasing designs) to industrial (topping floors with chemical-resistant finishing or colored quartz). They also take on repair and restoration projects, removing surface stains and weather-related damage. During each project, they use durable, UV–resistant materials, which won't fade in the sunlight or cry during cotton commercials.