With secure storage spaces ranging in size from 5’x5’ to 10’x30’, Storage Towne of America hosts treasured belongings and allows for easy access in its clean and secure facility. Possessions indifferent to the weather can claim territory in non-climate-controlled units ($35–$145/month), and temperature-controlled units ($40–$165/month) tender refuge to such sensitive items as books, electronics, and snowmen bearing a strong likeness to William Taft. Units remain secure with fortress walls and individual security codes, and 24-hour access to the facility eases midnight longings for teddy bears mistakenly resigned to storage. Courtesy carts facilitate easy transport of items between the car and the unit.
Certified kneading extraordinaire Tom Collins of New Dimensions dims the lights, infuses the air with relaxing music, and unties knots of tension with therapeutic massage techniques. Customers can hop on the gently heated, articulated table for a Swedish massage, which smothers the body in essential oils and banishes general aches and pains through long rolling strokes and percussive interpretations of classic rock ballads. Bodies with specific injuries or pains bask in the orthopedic massage, which addresses target areas to help promote natural self-healing. Using orthopedic stretches and resisted lengthening techniques, the orthopedic massage aims to release contracted muscles, decreasing recovery time after arm-wrestling the inner rods of a cotton-candy maker. For $10, customers may upgrade to cold-laser therapy or a medicupping treatment, which harnesses the vacuuming power of plastic cups for a variety of therapeutic purposes.
After fine-tuning his abilities in agriculture engineering at Mississippi State University, Bruce Ewing dove quickly into the world of mulch, mud, and hedge mazes. In addition to farming sod and designing custom landscapes, the property specialist lends his expertise to keeping his clients' grounds healthy throughout the year. At Bartlett Landscape Spray, Bruce and his crew install turf and ornamental plants along with patios, outdoor lighting, and irrigation systems. They also provide maintenance services such as pruning, lawn care, and insect control, and plant seasonal decorations so they bloom just in time for the holidays.
Owner Mark Thomas has spent the last 26 years keeping homes cozy. At Global Central Air Services, Mark and his team provide repair and maintenance of heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems. Techs ensure quality with 15-point inspections that spot areas for improved efficiency and ultimately help lower energy bills or finally give you a break from fanning that giant block of ice you were using to cool the house. To reduce utility costs even further while lessening environmental impact, techs can also install green systems.
Spitsbergen Window and Lawn Care's technicians brave tall ladders and unsightly grime in order to keep windows clean and clear. From the inside and the outside of the building, they dutifully remove filmy residue and weather stains from the glass; while they're up high, they can also pluck twigs and debris from the gutters. In addition to cleaning and pressure washing, the technicians keep lawns looking tidy by mowing the grass, spreading mulch, trimming bushes, and neatly edging sidewalks and paths formed by nocturnal garden gnomes.
3Seasons Snow Cones & Snack Shack is a snackers? paradise. Owners Summer, Autumn, and Winter are three sisters who spent their childhood cooling off at the beach with snow cones. They bring their favorite snack to 3Seasons, where mounds of shaved ice come in 45 flavors that range from black cherry to yellow cake batter mix. Those sweet treats share menu space with ice cream and flavored popcorn. The sisters also sell homemade fudge, available in eight flavors including peanut butter and cookies & cream.