You’ve Got Maids dispatches a dean’s list of Maid University–certified sanitizers eager to display their know-how within all manner of disheveled domains. Using environmentally sound products, scrubbing savants tailor each domicile disinfection to clients' requests, focusing finely honed cleaning skills on whatever needs degunking most. Kitchens are cleaned inside and out, from cobwebs and baseboards to the sauce-caked surfaces of the microwave, and living areas are made fit for couch-surfing royalty. Bedrooms are zapped with Mary Poppins–esque magic, and bathrooms are scrubbed clean of soap scum, toothpaste caterpillars, and shameful memories of ill-received shower concerts.
That ?et cetera? in the name of Image Arts Etc. encompasses a lot. Here, staffers help clients preserve their visual memories in a host of ways, from snapping photos on-location and in the studio, to furnishing frames for cherished images. But the services don?t end there. On-staff technicians also transfer photos and video from older formats to new ones, and they can use restoration, graphic design, and multimedia editing skills to polish existing pictures and films. Some customers even elect to rent the entire Image Arts studio, where a selection of backdrops, props, and basic photography gear await for amateur photographers who want to orchestrate their own shoot. Customers can elect to bring in their own props for use in the photo studio, where green screen photography and videos are also available.
Mazzulo's proffers enough custom-cut meat, gourmet cheese, and prepared meals to satisfy a whole horde of hungry family members. The shop's traditional sweet italian sausage recipes date back to Sicily of the early 1900s ($3.99 per pound), and other fresh meat options include beef, pork, chicken, and seafood. A spectrum of just-baked breads embrace specially sliced turkey and roast beef with hugs that range in flavor from rye to wheat and italian ($8.99 per pound), while Mazzulo's signature hand-forged pepperoni bread makes it easier to smuggle your favorite meat into a bread-only food club ($4.99 per pound).