C'est Trice Spa founder Patrice Fields and her team of stylists adeptly refurbish men's and women's hair and nails with a comprehensive roster of services. Equipped with quality products from brands such as OPI, Essie, Paul Mitchell, and Mixed Chicks, staff members aim to customize each of their services, which include makeup applications, hair-extension treatments, and body-waxing sessions. Inside the salon and spa's interior, striking black furniture stands out against vibrant green walls that, like a museum thief's office cubicle, boast numerous pieces of artwork.
The aestheticians at Skin Secrets Med Spa refresh and beautify façades with a repertoire of skin-smoothing services. Before treating mugs to treatments such as microdermabrasion, cosmetic injections, or chemical peels, they consult with clients to understand their expectations and dermal needs.
Formerly Electrolux, Aerus maintains the same standards it’s kept since 1924 in keeping area homes as clean as possible. Its air-purification services can help eliminate allergens and mold from interior air, and by using biodegradable products its techs can keep odors at bay while keeping air clean and free of chemicals.
Serving as a quick and convenient source of home-improvement inventory, Rommel's Ace keeps local homes beautiful with name-brand products and services. Lawns grow thick and colorful with Scotts fertilizers, plants, and seeds from the shops’ lawn departments. Collections of DeWalt, Craftsman, and Stihl hand and power tools help homeowners complete home projects, with staffers standing at the ready to build any piece bought at the store. Even autos can get in on Rommel's Ace Hardware’s helpful services: customers at the Perry Hall location had browse Carhartt apparel, keys are cut onsite, including built-in chips that interact with car computers to ensure proper starts without feeding vehicles buckets of floppy disks.
Rommel's Ace in Seaford, Delaware even offers Edmonton Kayaks and kayak accessories in their complete kayak center.
Lauded by the Knot magazine in 2009 for its stylish nuptial bouquets, Rutland Beard Florist has enlisted creative designers to fashion floral arrangements since 1923. Nestled deep in the heart of the boutiques' fragrant mazes inspired by French flower markets, bouquets brimming with seasonal blooms, perennials, and tropical flora spill out of elegant vases and baskets. The nimble-fingered staffers also pile fresh fruit into gift baskets, and they assemble themed creations suitable for all occasions, such as anniversaries, birthdays, or a baby's first successful attempt at landing an airplane.