Tony Workman of Workman Floor Covering draws from 16 years of domestic design experience and tight-knit relationships with local contractors and flooring stores to sell, install, and clean domestic turfs. The flooring emporium carries more than 30 brands of carpet and hardwood from lines such as Revival and Stanton. The team also installs specialty walking surfaces, including cork floors by Natural Cork and rubber flooring for astronauts who miss the moon’s bounce. In addition to selling and installing, Workman also dispatches a cleaning crew to attack sullied house bottoms with nontoxic chemicals and dust-containment systems to shun harmful debris out of the home.
Heaven's Best Carpet Cleaning has been keeping flooring and upholstery pristine since 1983. Its team of techs gently cleanses carpets with a citrus-based solution that's safe for the environment and families alike. The low-moisture process doesn't completely soak the carpet or damage its fibers, and since carpets dry in about an hour, the whole family can quickly return to crawling to improve the baby’s self-esteem. Other home-purifying services include upholstery cleaning to banish stains and crumbs from sofas and hardwood cleaning to remove the scuffs left by dragging furniture around in a constant quest to maximize feng shui. Professional leather cleaning is also available to keep leather furniture luxurious using a careful process that includes a cleaner, conditioner, and protectant.
Mountain Timber Furnishings saturates homes in rustic charm with custom-designed pieces and collections inspired by the natural beauty of the Wasatch Front and Fraser Valley. The meandering tendrils of a twig wine rack ($175+) securely entwine oak-aged vintages or mason jars of fermenting yogurt. Add rugged vitality to unguarded walls with a framed oil painting ($59–$99) featuring motifs of solitary wolves or frolicking elk herds. A taupe lamp ($99) supported by a sturdy, pear-shaped base can illuminate shadowy corners and a cubical wooden table ($189) comprised of vertically stacked logs can display bowls of decorative apples or edible potpourri.
After living in Utah for a decade, Gary and Jana Cole fell in love with the mountains, inspiring them to open their namesake store in 1982 as a means of helping others enjoy the region's snowy slopes and rugged trails. At four locations throughout Park City, alpine adventurers can rent or buy name-brand skis and snowboards to replace their trusty but outdated cafeteria trays, gear up with fashionable and practical snow-sport apparel from brands such as Kjus and Bogner, or bring in worn-out equipment for expert repairs.
In the summer, Cole Sport helps athletes return to the outdoors after a fear of yetis kept them cooped up inside all winter. Cyclists test out models from a fleet of Giant road, mountain, and cruise bikes at the Giant Bicycles concept store, and aquatic athletes can find Surftech stand-up paddleboards to help them explore Utah's natural lakes and in-ground pools.
The technicians at Rowell and Sons Carpet Cleaning don’t shy away from a challenge. Equipped with powerful truck-mounted equipment, they arrive at residences ready to banish offending stains and save carpets from germs and the effects of flooding. When treating either carpet or upholstery, the furious engine of their Pro Chem Blazer Plus heats and pressurizes water that is used to trap and remove dirt, filth, and pet odors from treatment surfaces. Technicians can also tackle timely water-removal and flood-restoration tasks, and handle dirtier work such as pulling up wet carpet, cleaning out debris, and evicting the merman who has taken up residence in your laundry room.
Forsey's Furniture Galleries gussies up living quarters, stocking its two stores with furniture, art, and home accessories from high-end designers such as Stickley, Copeland, Dale Tiffany, and Global Views. A Fred and Ginger sculpture ($105) pays tribute to the human form with an abstract rendering of two dancers in midtwirl, and the Aarhus box ($147) stylishly protects documents and jewelry from dust, light damage, and thieves who don't know how to open boxes. Customers can cast a multichromatic glow over living spaces with lamps from Dale Tiffany ($197), each channeling the spirit of Frank Lloyd Wright with geometric patterns forged from richly hued stained glass.