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Boerman Moving & Storage’s family of relocation experts has been facilitating domestic migrations since 1926. An assortment of multisized moving boxes can cradle personal affects as they shuttle from old homes to new ones. Ten small cartons (12"x12"x16") are able to house heavy books and cast-iron nesting dolls, and 10 medium containers (18"x18"x16") can carry hollowed out books and lightweight miscellany. Towels, bedding, and children's toys fit comfortably in five large boxes (18”x18”x24”), and a roll of tape secures all lids, preventing helium-inflated picture frames from taking flight.

2420 Davey Rd
Woodridge,
IL
US

Zippy Shell puts a speedy twist on storage. Instead of customers hauling items to storage facilities, they bring mobile containers to the customer. Once customers fill them, they pick up the container and whisk it away to their climate-controlled self-storage facilities. Any time the customer would like the container returned, they need only call. Zippy is also available for moving, transferring packed shells from old abodes to new habitats.

7850 Lehigh Avenue
Morton Grove,
IL
US

The closet connoisseurs at Perfection Closets help keep bedrooms, garages, home offices, and pantries well-ordered via an array of organizational materials and accessories. A free in-home consultation provides clients with a 3-D rendering of proposed closet designs and an estimate that includes the potential costs of design, materials, fabrication, delivery, and installation. Clients can store garments on shelving units 14 inches deep in a 6-foot-wide reach-in closet ($500) or hang their collection of Scooby-Doo costumes in a standard 6'x7' walk-in closet with 11.75-inch-deep hanging units and 14-inch deep shelves ($1,200). Feel free to stop by Perfection Closets' Niles showroom and peruse the vast display of organizational choices and materials, including eco-friendly melamine in a variety of colors to complement rooms and pledge allegiance to your favorite Power Ranger.

7183 N Austin Ave
Niles,
IL
US

Chaos to Order's team of tidiers helps clients reclaim personal space by organizing cluttered homes and offices. A neatness ninja leads the three-hour session, taking an initial assessment, outlining goals, and formulating a customized attack on unruly areas. Corralling closets and making shelves shipshape, they advise clients on optimal use of storage space and how to best arrange a collection of WKRP in Cincinnati figurines. A next day follow-up checks on progress, recommends supplies, and applauds disposal of bales of junk mail.

1708 Courtland Ave
Park Ridge,
IL
US

Throughout nearly two decades of collecting and reselling beads, owner Charlene Steele has gathered more than one million types of baubles including Swarovski crystals, semi-precious stones, and Miyuki seed beads and Delica beads. In addition to a variety of beads and jewelry components from Czech glass buttons to crystal pendants, customers can drape themselves in the shop's finished jewelry. To learn techniques for making their own treasures, patrons can attend beginner to advanced classes, in which knowledgeable instructors teach students how to wire wrap a stone or preserve a small photo or dried flower in a resin pendant. The shop hosts private parties for kids and adults alike.

3361 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago,
IL
US

40 years ago, the initials heading C&D Towing stood for the Cicero & Devon Texaco gas and service station, founded by brothers Val and Joe Strumberger. Today they've come to stand for "Capable and Dependable," the values carried by the tow truck drivers who rescue cars and trucks of all sizes from a future spent trying fruitlessly to hitch a ride from passing semis. Along with gently rolling vehicles onto a fleet of handsome red trucks, C&D's technicians can protect and resuscitate them with services including jumpstarts, tire changes, seasonal safety checks, and electrical work.

5150 North Cicero Avenue
Chicago,
IL
US